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Death of a Salesman (2000)

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An aging salesman is fired from his job after a long career in it. Broken, without much to look forward to, he tries reconnecting with his wife and kids who he had always put down as he dedicated himself to work.

Director: Kirk Browning

Release Date: 2000-01-09
Status: Released
Run time: 175 min / 2:55
Production Company : Showtime Networks
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2000-01-09
Status: Released
Run time: 175 min / 2:55

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Casts

Brian Dennehy
as Willy Loman
Elizabeth Franz
as Linda Loman
Ron Eldard
as Biff Loman
Ted Koch
as Happy Loman
Howard Witt
as Charley
Richard Thompson
as Bernard
Allen Hamilton
as Uncle Ben
Kate Buddeke
as The Woman
Steve Pickering
as Howard Wagner
Barbara Eda-Young
as Jenny
Kent Klineman
as Stanley
Stephanie March
as Miss Forsythe
Laura Moss
as Letta

Crew

Writing Arthur Miller Writer
Directing Kirk Browning Director
Production Marc Bauman Producer
Production Patricia Clifford Executive Producer
Production Brian Dennehy Executive Producer
Sound Richard Woodbury Music
Production Tara Lonzo Casting
Production Bernard Telsey Casting
Costume & Make-Up Brigit Rattenborg Wise Costume Design
Art Mark Wendland Set Designer

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