All the Way Home (1981)

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A wife and mother in 1915 Tennessee copes with the loss of her husband and the necessity of raising their children alone.


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24 March 2008 | PartyPlansPlus
One of the great productions of all time
I have to agree with the last reviewer. I've hoped for years that they would repeat this stellar production. I'm just grateful that I had the good sense to catch it the one time it was shown.

It's hard to single out anyone in this cast because they were all brilliant, however I'll mention two.

Sally Field was incandescent and gave us a glimpse of her future brilliance in a similar role of a young widow and mother in "Places in the Heart,"

William Hurt's part, albeitbrief, was unforgettable. His character's struggles with alcoholism was so true to life. The rest of the cast were equally touching in their portrayals of family members and friends devastated when touched by tragedy.

So TV wizards, if you're reading this and if you want to do the world a favor, please release this on DVD. I'd buy it in a heartbeat and I know that a new generation would be awestruck by the talented cast and this fine piece of theatrical history.

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