The DuPont Show of the Month: Season 3, Episode 6

Ethan Frome (18 Feb. 1960)

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Kim Stanley replaced Geraldine Page who withdrew because of a contractual obligation to a Broadway play. See more »

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great tv version of classic novel
20 January 2003 | by (usa) – See all my reviews

This is a great tv version of the classic Edith Wharton novel, one of my favorite books in college. It was part of the DuPont Show of the Month series of classic plays and novels. When Julie Harris was not busy giving perfect portrayals of classic roles on the Hallmark Hall of Fame, she was giving them in other series such as this, along with The Heiress, The night of the Storm, and He Who Gets Slapped. She is the young, pretty Mattie Silver in this, and gives a very good performance. Also Sterling Hayden, he also of some great tv performances of that era, as Ethan Frome. This was originally to have starred Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, and Mildred Natwick in a Warner Brothers' movie in the late 1940's. It was never made, but fortunately this was and is it is far more lively and interesting than the 1992 American Playhouse movie.


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