Double Solitaire

From acclaimed playwright Robert Anderson ("I Never Sang for My Father," "Tea and Sympathy") comes this bitter-sweet drama that portrays how three generations of one family view the institution of marriage. Richard Crenna and Susan Clark portray a middle-aged couple who have a "fine" marriage that somehow fails to satisfy them either physically or emotionally. Anderson has surrounded them with an engaging cast of characters who hold differing views, including their patrician parents (about to celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary); a married, middle-aged Don Juan; and a cheerful divorcee with a multitude of lovers. "Double Solitaire" was originally produced on Broadway in 1971 as part of a double-bill, "Solitaire/Double Solitaire."

1974, Drama, 75 minutes, Color

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