Will There Really Be a Morning?

Will There Really Be a Morning?
Type TV Movie
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 3hr
Genres Drama
Keywords N/A
Status Completed
US Release Date
  
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Susan Blakely Actor Frances Farmer 1 1000001
Lee Grant Actor Lillian Farmer 1 1000002
Royal Dano Actor Ernest Farmer 1 1000003
Joe Lambie Actor Bill Anderson 1 1000004
John Heard Actor Clifford Odets 1 1000005
Melanie Mayron Actor Sophie Rosenstein 1 1000006
Leonardo Cimino Actor Adolph Zukor 1 1000007
Jack Creeley Actor Professor Williams 1 1000008
James Eckhouse Actor Harold Clurman 1 1000009
Jeannie Elias Actor Lottie 1 1000010
Bruce Ornstein Actor John Garfield 1 1000011
Paul Perri Actor Luther Adler 1 1000012
Joseph Maher Actor 1st Doctor 1 1000013
Madeleine Thornton-Sherwood Actor 2nd Doctor 1 1000014
Alan Scarfe Actor 3rd Doctor 1 1000015
Ivor Francis Actor Drama Teacher 1 1000016
Rodger Barton Actor 1st Actor 1 1000017
Neil Affleck Actor 2nd Actor 1 1000018
Donnann Calvin Actor 3rd Actor 1 1000019
Joe Pagano Actor 4th Actor 1 1000020
Sidney Armus Actor Judge 1 1000021
Frederick Rolf Actor Agent 1 1000022
Richard Shull Actor Publicist 1 1000023
Keith James Actor 1st Reporter 1 1000024
Paddy Brown Actor 2nd Reporter 1 1000025
Jim Chad Actor 3rd Reporter 1 1000026
Bob Larkin Actor 4th Reporter 1 1000027
Charles Prior Actor 5th Reporter 1 1000028
Clark Stevens Actor 6th Reporter 1 1000029
William Ward Actor 7th Reporter 1 1000030
Robert Hawkins Actor Franchot Tone 1 1000031
George Touliatos Actor Makeup Man 1 1000032
Dalene Young Actor Hairdresser 1 1000033
Joe Grifasi Actor William Wyler 1 1000034
James Cahill Actor Howard Hawks 1 1000035
Michelle Stevens Actor Francis--age 9 1 1000036
Thomas Barbour Actor Director 1 1000037
Martha Gibson Actor Script Girl 1 1000038
Neil Dainard Actor Justice of the Peace 1 1000039
Ray Powers Actor 1st Photographer 1 1000040
Eric Stine Actor 2nd Photographer 1 1000041
Sean Moloney Actor Young Man 1 1000042
Joanne Strauss Actor Nurse 1 1000043
Meg Hogarth Actor Police Matron 1 1000044
Angus MacInnes Actor Policeman 1 1000045
John Kirby Actor Sailor 1 1000046
Jim Chad Actor Reporter #3 1 1000047
Fielder Cook Director n/a 2 2000001
Sandy Arcara Executive Producer n/a 174 3000001
Stephen Jaffe Executive Producer n/a 174 3000002
Richard Rosenbloom Producer supervising producer 3 3000003
Everett Chambers Producer n/a 3 3000004
Steven Nicolaides Associate Producer n/a 171 3000005
Dalene Young Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Frances Farmer Book as Source Material from autobiography 120888 4000002
Michel Hugo Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
George Nicholson Editor n/a 172 7000001
Billy Goldenberg Music n/a 120781 8000001
Karen Bromley Production Designer n/a 164 9000001
Denita Del Signore Costume Designer n/a 169 13000001
Paul Leblanc Hair hairstyles 120794 13000002
Carol Michaels Hair hairstyles 120794 13000003
Lola Kemp Hair hairstyles 120794 13000004
Ann Brodie Makeup n/a 353 13000005
Edwin Butterworth Makeup n/a 353 13000006
Richard Birnbaum Sound Mixer n/a 230 14000001
Synopsis
This version of Frances Farmer's tragic story appears to be more accurate than the feature film "Frances" (1982), being adapted by Dalene Young directly from Farmer's autobiography. It traces her life from childhood in Seattle through her college years, her flirtation with radical politics, her success in films and the theater, her doomed love affair with Clifford Odetts, her physical and mental breakdown, and her ultimate emergence from an institution where she spent five years and underwent a lobotomy.