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1959 film by Sidney Lumet

The Fugitive Kind

Release date 1959
Released61 years (approx) ago
Duration 119 minutes
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The Fugitive Kind
The Fugitive Kind
Per listed description: "THIS VINTAGE AND ORIGINAL (NOT REPRODUCTION)"GLOSSY PUBLICITY PORTRAIT" OF THE VERY LOVELY JOANNE WOODWARD WAS PRODUCED DURING THE 1960s,THIS SPLENDID "PUBLICITY PORTRAIT" MEASURES 10" X 8" APPROX,IS IN GOOD CONDITION SHOWING VERY LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHIC AGEING,VERY LIGHT CORNER EDGE WEAR,LIGHT SURFACE DENT MARKS,PIN HOLES IN CORNERS,LIGHT DAMAGE TO TOP LEFT CORNER"

About The Fugitive Kind

For the 1937 Tennessee Williams play, see Fugitive Kind. The Fugitive Kind is a 1960 American drama film starring Marlon Brando and Anna Magnani, and directed by Sidney Lumet. The screenplay by Meade Roberts and Tennessee Williams was based on the latter's 1957 play Orpheus Descending, itself a revision of his unproduced 1940 work Battle of Angels. Despite being set in the Deep South, the United Artists release was filmed in Milton, New York. At the 1960 San Sebastián International Film Festival, it won the Silver Seashell for Sidney Lumet and the Zulueta Prize for Best Actress for Joanne Woodward. The film is available on videotape and DVD. A two-disc DVD edition by The Criterion Collection was released in April 2010. A stage production also took place in 2010 at the Arclight Theatre starring Michael Brando, grandson of Marlon Brando, in the lead role. This particular production used the edited film version of the text as opposed to the original play.