The Glass Menagerie
The Glass Menagerie is a 1950 American drama film directed by Irving Rapper. The screenplay by Tennessee Williams and Peter Berneis is based on the 1944 Williams play of the same title. It was the first of his plays to be adapted for the screen.
While on duty, Merchant Mariner Tom Wingfield recalls his life in a dilapidated St. Louis apartment with his delusional mother Amanda and crippled younger sister Laura, and their story unfolds via flashback.
|author||Peter Berneis Tennessee Williams|
|keywords||court date engage flashback force inferiority complex merchant marine merchant mariner train understand unicorn united states merchant marine working class|
|producer||Charles K. Feldman Jerry Wald|