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Will There Really Be a Morning? (TV Movie 1983) Poster

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The Frances Farmer autobiography this TV-movie is based on was sensationalized (in order to facilitate a movie sale) and ghostwritten by Farmer's late-in-life friend Jeanira Ratcliffe.
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Frances Farmer's former close friend Ida Lupino was close to optioning the book "Will There Really Be a Morning?" for filming.
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The title is the opening line of a poem by Emily Dickinson.
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Ann-Margret and Glenda Jackson were considered for the Frances Farmer role.
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'Jeanira Ratcliffe', Farmer's ghostwriter, wrote a draft of the screenplay in the early 1970s when the book was being considered for a big screen adaptation.
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Charles Bronson had bought the rights in the mid -70's for his wife Jill Ireland to star in.
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