Stage Play - The Subject Was Roses: Written by Frank D. Gilroy
, Directed by Ulu Grosbard
at the Royale Theatre on Broadway (moved to The Winthrop Ames Theatre September 3, 1964 to March 21, 1965; The Helen Hayes Theatre March 23, 1965 to December 18, 1965; The Henry Miller Theatre December 23, 1965 to February 26, 1966; and ...
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had such a powerful effect on my generation. I'd love to have worked with him. I did a TV pilot with Sal Mineo
once and I drove him crazy asking about Dean. He'd disappear when he saw me coming. On the last day, he came to my trailer. I said, "Sal, come on in!" He said, "No, no. I just wanted to say goodbye." I said, "Well, it was a pleasure working with you." As he walked away, he ...
Was nominated for Broadway's 1965 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Dramatic) for "The Subject Was Roses," a role that he recreated in the film version of the same name, The Subject Was Roses
Films often reflected His Liberal Political views