When a hero cop, a mob-connected drug dealer and a young child are brutally murdered on the streets of New York, a conspiracy of corruption begins to unravel at City Hall.
Highly narrative and comic opening of George Roy Hill's directing debut, Period Of Adjustment, 1962, from the Tennessee Williams play, starring Jane Fonda, Jim Hutton, Tony Franciosa and Lois Nettleton.
Significant tears in the fabric of the new marriage of George (Jim Hutton) and Isabel (Jane Fonda), visiting buddy Ralph (Tony Franciosa) in the Tennessee Williams comedy Period of Adjustment, 1962, directed by George Roy Hill.
Self-appointed manager Tony Franciosa helping with the pitch, crazed TV pitch-man Lonesome Rhodes (Andy Griffith) performs and outlandish commercial, as imagined by screenwriter Budd Schulberg and director Elia Kazan, a famous scene from A Face In The Crowd, 1957.
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