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You Touched Me September 25, 1945
The rehearsal of Tennessee Williams' play immediately following his success with The Glass Menagerie. He co-wrote the play with Donald Windham, based on the original story by D.H. Lawrence. The play stars Montgomery Clift and Edmund Gwenn at the Booth Theatre, New York. Produced by Guthrie McClintic. These images were taken opening day.
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A Streetcar Named Desire circa 1947
Original Broadway production written by Tennessee Williams, directed by Elia Kazan, starring Marlon Brando, Jessica Tandy, Karl Malden and Kim Hunter. Scenery and Lightning by Jo Mielziner. Wilbur Theatre, Boston, November 1947.
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A Streetcar Named Desire August 24, 1948
Anthony Quinn and Uta Hagen star in the Road Company version of this show. Tennessee Williams and Irene Selznick producers. Fantastic candids of everyone, as well as shots of the original one sheet and marquee on the Barrymore Theater.
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Summer And Smoke September 10, 1948
The Tennessee Williams' play at the Dipson's Erlanger Theatre in Buffalo, New York. Scenery and Lighting by Jo Mielziner and Directed by Margo Jones.
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Sweet Bird Of Youth January 20, 1959
The Tennessee Williams' play directed by Elia Kazan. Starring Paul Newman as Chance Wayne and Geraldine Page as Princess Kosmonopolis, for which she was nominated for a Tony Award in 1960. Set Design by Jo Mielziner.
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Tennessee Williams date unknown
A candid session with Tennessee Williams in his hotel room looking over some of his notes.
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The Glass Menagerie date unknown
The Tennessee Williams' play that established him as a major American Playwright. The success of The Glass Menagerie started a long series of hit Broadway plays for Williams. Starring Laurette Taylor, with Set Design by Jo Mielziner. The included sequence of Laurette Taylor on the phone selling magazine subscriptions is considered by many to be the finest performance on a Broadway stage.
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