Hogan's Goat

For Faye Dunaway, "Hogan's Goat" by William Alfred, "was the play that led to everything." Everything was "Bonnie and Clyde," which brought her instant stardom. With this television production Ms. Dunaway returned to the role she originated at The American Place Theatre in 1965, that of Kathleen Stanton, of which she said, "Emotionally, I'm very close to Kathleen Stanton - this sensual and spiritual struggle of a woman of good birth, convent-bred, yet dominated by her senses." The play revolves around the tensions in her marriage to an Irish immigrant whose years of political loyalty have finally made him the prime candidate for mayor of Brooklyn.

"A deeply moving presentation." - The New York Post

1974, Drama, 120 minutes, Color

Cast: Faye Dunaway , Rue McClanahan , Philip Bosco, George Rose , Margaret Linn , Robert Foxworth, Kevin Conway

Written by: William Alfred

Directed by: Glenn Jordan

Produced by: Glenn Jordan

Executive Producer: Jac Venza

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, NET Playhouse 1971

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