An Enemy of the People

Adapted by master playwright Arthur Miller from Henrik Ibsen's groundbreaking 1882 play, "An Enemy of the People" is a scathing indictment of a corrupt society. An idealistic doctor, played by 1966 Emmy-winner James Daly, discovers that the medicinal springs- source of a small Norwegian town's wealth and fame - are in fact poisoned. "Few dramas...clamor with as much present-day social relevance," declared Variety . Veteran Broadway, screen, and television actress Kate Reid plays the doctor?s indomitable wife who stands by him in the face of the town's hostility to his findings, as he becomes "an enemy of the people."

"Few dramas...clamor with as much present-day social relevance." - Variety

1966, Drama, 105 minutes, B&W

Cast: Philip Bosco, James Daly, Kate Reid

Written by: Arthur Miller adapting a play by Henrik Ibsen

Directed by: Paul Bogart

Produced by: Jack Landau

Executive Producer: Jac Venza

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, NET Playhouse 1966

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