Two families, related by friendship and love, face up to the consequences of greed and avarice in the post-war years. Love and death play equal roles in determining the outcome of events.

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Two families, related by friendship and love, face up to the consequences of greed and avarice in the post-war years. Love and death play equal roles in determining the outcome of events.

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19 January 1987 (USA)  »

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The original Broadway production of "All My Sons" opened at the Coronet Theater in New York on January 29, 1947, ran for 328 performances and won the 1947 Tony Award (New York City) for the Best Play for the author Arthur Miller. His original script was used as the basis for the screen play for the movie version. See more »

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Version of ITV Play of the Week: All My Sons (1958) See more »

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Compulsory Viewing

For acting students and for all theatre enthusiasts, this must surely be compulsory viewing. This version is a staged play and in no way should be judged as a movie. As a filmed play its pure theatrical magic.

Arthur Miller wrote some wonderful plays in his time and this is certainly amongst the best. This production is blessed with a cast of superb performers. It's pure joy watching consummate artists at their craft. James Whitemore and Michael Learned in particular are outstanding, as is a young Joan Allen.

A riveting and deeply emotional experience awaits.


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