Comeback to the 5 and Dime Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean

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Comeback to the 5 and Dime Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean (Feb 1982) Sandy Dennis

Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean is a 1976 play by Ed Graczyk, originally performed at the Players' Theater in Columbus, Ohio. The play revolves around a James Dean fan club that reunites at a Texas five-and-dime store. In 1982, filmmaker Robert Altman directed both a Broadway version at the Martin Beck Theater and a film adaptation of the same name. Altman's version of the play was not well-received with critics at the time. Comeback to the 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean (Feb 1982) Sandy Dennis, Cher, Karen Black (Something very Special) **Sandy Dennis, Cher, Karen Black** Jimmy Dean had a short run in New York City in 1980. Early that same decade, while turning his attention from Hollywood to the stage, filmmaker Robert Altman acquired the rights to Graczyk's work. While securing options on another two works—The Hold-Up by Marsha Norman and The Diviners by Jim Leonard—he negotiated to direct Jimmy Dean on Broadway, with the intention to film it as a theatrical release.He also spent US$850,000 of his own money bringing it to Broadway.

Comeback to the 5 and Dime Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean (Play) Sandy Dennis

Playbill / Program Date Feb 1982

Size 135 x 215 mm 80 Pages Lots of Show Info

Condition: Used Good 8/10

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