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All Fall Down (11-Apr-1962)

Director: John Frankenheimer

Writer: William Inge

From novel by: James Leo Herlihy

Music: Alex North

Producer: John Houseman

Keywords: Drama

Meet the dysfunctional Willart family: Berry-Berry, a handsome wastrel not kind to women; Clint, his younger brother; Ralph, father and alcoholic; Annabell, controlling mother. Berry-Berry has moved out of town to escape his parents, returning home for a visit where he meets family friend Echo O'Brien. Both brothers fancy her. One of Warren Beatty's first major roles, but here he is somewhat over his head among more experienced actors. Nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Barbara Baxley
1-Jan-1923 7-Jun-1990 Period of Adjustment
Warren Beatty
30-Mar-1937   Dick Tracy
Brandon De Wilde
9-Apr-1942 6-Jul-1972 Shane! Come back!
Constance Ford
1-Jul-1923 26-Feb-1993 Ada Hobson on Another World
Angela Lansbury
16-Oct-1925   Murder She Wrote
Karl Malden
22-Mar-1912 1-Jul-2009 Streets of San Francisco
Eva Marie Saint
4-Jul-1924   North by Northwest


Eva Marie Saint   ...   Echo O'Brien
Warren Beatty   ...   Berry-Berry Willart
Karl Malden   ...   Ralph Willart
Angela Lansbury   ...   Annabell Willart
Brandon De Wilde   ...   Clinton Willart
Constance Ford   ...   Mrs. Mandel
Barbara Baxley   ...   Schoolteacher
Evans Evans   ...   Hedy
Madame Spivy   ...   Bouncer
Albert Paulson   ...   Capt. Ramirez


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