Death of a Salesman

1966

Death of a Salesman is a 1966 American made-for-television film adaptation of the play of the same name by Arthur Miller. It was directed by Alex Segal and adapted for television by Miller. It received numerous nominations for awards, and won several of them, including three Primetime Emmy Awards, a Directors Guild of America Award and a Peabody Award. It was nominated in a total of 11 Emmy categories at the 19th Primetime Emmy Awards in 1967. Lee J. Cobb reprised his role as Willy Loman and Mildred Dunnock reprised her role as Linda Loman from the original 1949 stage production.

Playbill markets this version of the play as an "abbreviated" one.[1] Although the performance is abridged, it was adapted for television by Miller himself, meaning that not much substance was lost in the changes.[2] The production was filmed after several weeks of rehearsals.[3]

It was a 1966 CBS television adaptation,[4] which included Gene Wilder, James Farentino, Bernie Kopell and George Segal. Cobb was nominated for an Emmy Award for the performance. Mildred Dunnock, who had co-starred in both the original stage version and the 1951 film version, again repeated her role as Linda, Willy's devoted wife, and earned an Emmy nomination. In addition to being Emmy-nominated, Cobb and Dunnock were Grammy Award-nominated at the 9th Grammy Awards in 1967 in the category of Best Spoken Word, Documentary or Drama Recording. This movie is one of several adaptations of the play and was contemporaneous with a May 1966 BBC version starring Rod Steiger and produced by Alan Cooke.[5][6]

The production marked the acclaimed reunion of the leading actor and actress from the original 1949 broadway cast.[1][2] The performance also marks a strong dramatic turn for George Segal who is known for his comic work, while a young Gene Wilder presents a comic but sensitive performance as Bernard.[2]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:08.05.1966
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Death of a Salesman
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Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
Originalsprache:Englisch
IMDB: 513
Regie:Alex Segal
Produzent:Daniel Melnick
David Susskind
Darsteller:Lee J. Cobb
Mildred Dunnock
James Farentino
George Segal
Gene Wilder
Edward Andrews
Albert Dekker
Stanley Adams
Bernie Kopell
June Foray
Karen Steele
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1967
Primetime Emmy Awards
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Outstanding Dramatic Program
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Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama
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Special Classifications of Individual Achievements
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Directors Guild of America, USA
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Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
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Peabody Awards
Personal Award
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1967
Primetime Emmy Awards
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Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama
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Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama
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Individual Achievements in Art Direction and Allied Crafts - Art Direction
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Individual Achievements in Electronic Production - Electronic Cameramen
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Individual Achievements in Electronic Production - Video Tape Editing
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Individual Achievements in Electronic Production - Lighting Directors
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