A troubled young woman comes to live with her estranged father on the New York waterfront. A tough sailor falls in love with her, sparking conflict between her father and her suitor. What neither knows is that she has a secret that could cause her to lose both of them. Written by
"I Think I'll be Killin' you Now!"
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Adapted from a 1921 Broadway play by Eugene O'Neill
. George F. Marion
appeared as Chris Christopherson in the original production. The original play opened on Nov. 2, 1921 at the Vanderbilt Theatre in New York and ran for 177 performances. It won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. See more
Version of Anna Christie