This film is based on Arthur Miller's recollection of the events of the 1930's Depression. In the film, John Rubinstein, Mary McDonnell, and Loren Dean are all members of an upper class ... See full summary »

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Older Arthur Huntington
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Young Arthur Huntington
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Clarence
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Rose Baumler
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Young Lee Baumler
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Older Lee Baumler
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Second Piano Man
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Moe Baumler
Alex Bookston ...
Frank
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Fanny
Ivette Soler ...
Lucille
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Grandpa
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Ted Quinn
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Bartender
Dorothy Dorian James ...
Miss Fowler
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This film is based on Arthur Miller's recollection of the events of the 1930's Depression. In the film, John Rubinstein, Mary McDonnell, and Loren Dean are all members of an upper class family who find the world completely changed when they lose everything in the Stock Market crashes. Dean, a college age young man, who now faces no possibility of entering college, decides to go on the road to see what is happening to the rest of the country. Written by John Sacksteder <jsack@a.net>

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23 August 1993 (USA)  »

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Arthur Miller's The American Clock  »

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The original Broadway production of "The American Clock" by Arthur Miller opened at the Biltmore Theater on November 20, 1980 and ran for 12 performances. See more »

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