In "Forget-Me-Not-Lane," Frank, a somewhat successful professor at a technology school, listens to old songs on his tape machine and wanders back to scenes of his youth in World War II England. His is a journey of love and resentment, humor and bitterness, and the discovery that "we only seem to understand people... when there's no longer a need."

The New York Times, John J. O'Connor hailed the Peter Nichols comedy as "another outstanding example of how well theater can work on television when it's intelligently handled...masterly, often extraordinary."

1975, Comedy, 120 minutes, Color

Cast: Geraldine Fitzgerald, Donald Moffat , Joseph Maher, Tom Hulce

Written by: Peter Nichols

Directed by: Arvin Brown

Produced by: Jac Venza and Lindsay Law

Executive Producer: Jac Venza

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, Theater In America in association with Connecticut Public Television

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