The Subject Was Roses

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Time Out says

Having done Frank D Gilroy's Pulitzer Prize-winner on Broadway, Albertson and Sheen reprised their roles for this respectable film version, stage director Grosbard made his feature debut, and Neal came back from a serious stroke to complete the team. Sheen's the WWII veteran whose return to a less-than-happy home ignites long-standing animosities between mom and pop (Neal and Albertson), a set-up which may have had some residual resonance during the Vietnam era, but which is mainly a platform for three detailed, honest performances.
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Release details

UK release:

1968

Duration:

107 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Ulu Grosbard

Cast:

Elaine Williams, Don Saxon, Martin Sheen, Jack Albertson, Patricia Neal, Grant Gordon

Music:

Lee Pockriss

Art Director:

George Jenkins

Editor:

Jerry Greenberg

Cinematography:

Jack Priestley

Screenwriter:

Frank D Gilroy

Producer:

Edgar Lansbury

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