Strange Interlude (1932) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Robert Z. Leonard and produced by Robert Z. Leonard and Irving Thalberg.
Strange Interlude (1963)By Franchot Tone Fan on Jan 15, 2016 From Finding Franchot: Exploring the Life and Career of Franchot Tone
Eugene O'Neill's Strange Interlude was presented by members of The Actors Studio Theatre in 1963. The hit play ran for 97 performances at the Revival Hudson Theatre and then the Martin Beck Theatre from March 11, 1963 through June 29, 1963 (with a preview performance on March 9). The Tony Award no... Read full article
Pre- Code: Strange Interlude(1932)By Dawn on Jun 26, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Strange Interlude(1932). Romantic drama. D: Robert Z. Leonard. Cast: Norma Shearer, Clark Gable, May Robson, Maureen O'Sullivan, Robert Young, Ralph Morgan, Henry B. Walthall and Mary Alden. In a small New England town, shortly after the World War, writer Charlie Marsden returns home from Europe... Read full article
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Mrs. Evans: [to an agitated Nina] Have you ever seen an insane person. Do you know what it means? I'm going to show you!
Dr. Ned Darrell: [Thinking to himself about telling Sam the truth] I couldn't tell him. To kill happiness is a worse crime thn taking a life.
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The play opened on Broadway, New York City, New York, USA on 30 January 1928 at the John Golden Theatre and had 426 performances. The leads were played by Lynn Fontanne and Glenn Anders, and the supporting cast included Helen Westley and Tom Powers. Because there were 9 acts, the play began in the afternoon and concluded in the evening after an intermission to allow eating dinner. There were two Broadway revivals. The play won the Pulitzer Prize in Drama in 1928.
The play was spoofed in the movie Animal Crackers.
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