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Long Day's Journey Into Night

Long Day's Journey Into Night(1962)

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Brief Synopsis

A young writer tries to find himself while his family falls apart.

Cast & Crew

Sidney Lumet Director
Katharine Hepburn Mary Tyrone
Ralph Richardson James Tyrone
Jason Robards Jr. Jamie Tyrone
Dean Stockwell Edmund Tyrone
Jeanne Barr Cathleen
Boris Kaufman Director of Photography
Ely Landau Presented By
Jack J. Dreyfus Jr. Presented By
George Justin Producer
Ely Landau Executive Producer
Ralph Rosenblum Film Editor
André Previn Mus comp & cond

Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 10 Oct 1962
Release Date:  1962 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Embassy Pictures
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Landau Productions
Duration(mins):  174 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • long days journey into night

    kevin sellers 2016-06-02

    As the previous two reviewers illustrate, the people who watch O'Neill are pretty evenly divided into lovers and haters. If you're the former,... MORE>

  • Too Long A Journey Into Whatever

    Melanie 2016-06-01

    After two hours, I am wishing Katherine would have OD'ed in the first 15 minutes. MORE>

  • At Last

    Hauntess A. Cliche 2016-06-01

    This is one of very few films in which Katherine Hepburn is believable. The male cast is totally believable. The script makes sense for the time &... MORE>