USA Today - 09/07/2001
"...This one is still a thrill..."
One of the most famous American plays of all time and the winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Arthur Miller's DEATH OF A SALESMAN is adapted here for television. Broadcast in 1966, the production stars Lee J. Cobb as the central character, Willy Loman, and George Segal and James Farentino as his sons, Biff and Happy.
Description by Kultur Films:
This superb adaptation of the Arthur Miller classic stars Lee J. Cobb as a middle aged man at the end of his emotional rope and his supporting dysfunctional family. Also starring Mildred Dunnock, Edward Andrews, Gene Wilder