Beyond the Horizon

Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning tragedy unsparingly presents the story of two brothers in love with the same girl. The tale unfolds with her rejection of one brother and marriage to the other, setting the stage for discontent and disillusionment. Originally produced on Broadway in 1920, O'Neill's first full-length play captures the powerful, perilous emotional currents swirling below the surface of everyday life.

"Recommended viewing for anyone who seeks revelation in drama." - The Christian Science Monitor

1975, Drama, 115 minutes, Color

Cast: John Houseman, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Maria Tucci, John Randolph, James Broderick, Richard Backus

Written by: Eugene O'Neill

Music by: Bill Brohn

Directed by: Michael Kahn

Produced by: Lindsay Law

Executive Producer: Jac Venza

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York: Theater In America 1976

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