Sunday, March 27, 2011


  • Yesterday was the 100th anniversary of Tennessee Williams' birth. These are most of the plays by Mr. Williams which were adapted for television, many of them for foreign TV markets...... "The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone"

  • "A Streetcar Named Desire"

  • "Eccentricities Of A Nightingale"

  • "Suddenly, Last Summer"

  • "Orpheus Descending"

  • "27 Wagons Full Of Cotton"

  • "The Glass Menagerie"

  • "The Strangest Kind Of Romance"

  • "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof"

  • "The Migrants"

  • "Summer And Smoke"

  • "Dragon Country" (combination of "I Can't Imagine Tomorrow", "Talk To Me Like The Rain", and "Let Me Listen")

  • "Portrait Of A Madonna"

  • "Ten Blocks On The Camino Real"

  • "Mooney's Kid Don't Cry"

  • "Last Of The Solid Gold Watches"

  • "This Property Is Condemned"

  • "The Lady Of Larkspur Lotion"

  • "Hello From Bertha"

  • "The Rose Tattoo"
My thanks to the Classic TV History Blog for the pictures. For more on Tennessee Williams' plays done on television, visit them here: BCnU!

1 comment:

Brian Leonard said...

Thanks, Toby!