Masterpiece: Our Town DVD (U.K. Edition)

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Item #: WB7222
Veteran actor-director Paul Newman makes his first Broadway appearance in four decades in this sold-out Westport Country Playhouse production of the Thornton Wilder classic. Newman plays the Stage Manager, who narrates the immortal tale of Grover's Corners, U.S.A., and its citizens. The superb cast of Our Town includes Frank Converse, Jane Curtin, Ben Fox, Jayne Atkinson, Stephen Spinella, and Maggie ... More
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Veteran actor-director Paul Newman makes his first Broadway appearance in four decades in this sold-out Westport Country Playhouse production of the Thornton Wilder classic. Newman plays the Stage Manager, who narrates the immortal tale of Grover's Corners, U.S.A., and its citizens. The superb cast of Our Town includes Frank Converse, Jane Curtin, Ben Fox, Jayne Atkinson, Stephen Spinella, and Maggie Lacy.

Production Year: 2003
Number of Discs: 1
Length: 90 minutes
Audio Format: Stereo













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Nornya
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4.0 star rating
12/24/21
Classic Americana
Review by Nornya on 12/24/21 review stating Classic Americana
Newman brings the story to life. Production minimalist, characters haunting.
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Maureen
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5.0 star rating
12/24/21
Our Town
Review by Maureen on 12/24/21 review stating Our Town
My favorite of all time plays, and so beautifully done. Thanks so much.
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Steven G.
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5.0 star rating
12/24/21
excellent
Review by Steven G. on 12/24/21 review stating excellent
pbs = top quality, always
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N/A
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5.0 star rating
12/24/21
Great Surprise
Review by N/A on 12/24/21 review stating Great Surprise
I had heard about how this play was a standard for high school drama departments but I had never actually seen the production. I really liked it! I had to use my imagination and the acting is superb. I was really caught up in the ending and the point of view/philosophy of the characters. It really made me think outside the box and I loved it!

"Marvelous," writes the New Yorker



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