The iceman cometh /
In the faded, Vermeer-like light of Harry Hope's 1912 New York skid row bar, a rag tag group of fallen men await the annual arrival of their friend Hickey. But now Hickey is sober, and he wants his drunken friends to do the same.
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Kino on Video,
|Summary:||In the faded, Vermeer-like light of Harry Hope's 1912 New York skid row bar, a rag tag group of fallen men await the annual arrival of their friend Hickey. But now Hickey is sober, and he wants his drunken friends to do the same.|
|Item Description:||Based on the play by Eugene O'Neill.|
Originally released as a motion picture in 1973.
Aspect ratio 1.85:1 (letterboxed); enhanced for 16x9 TVs.
Special features: Theatrical trailer -- "Eugene O'Neill and The iceman cometh," an essay by Michael Feingold, Chief Theatre Critic, The village voice -- The AFT cinebill for The iceman cometh -- Stills gallery -- An interview with Edie Landau, executive in charge, The American Film Theatre -- "Ely Landau : in front of the camera" AFT promotional reel (1974) -- The American Film Theatre trailer gallery (includes a complete list of the AFT films) -- The American Film Theatre scrapbook.
|Physical Description:||2 videodiscs (239 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 folded sheet ( pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm.)|
|Audience:||MPAA rating: PG.|
|Production Credits:||Text editor, Thomas Quinn Curtiss ; cinematography, Ralph Woolsey ; editor, Harold F. Kress.|