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Long Day's Journey Into Night

Long Day's Journey Into Night is a play by Eugene O'Neill which tells the story of an Irish-American family with an alcoholic father, a drug-addicted mother and two sons who strive to survive their parents. It is an autobiographical account of O'Neill's family.

The play was made into a 1962 film starring Katharine Hepburn, Ralph Richardson, Jason Robards[?], Dean Stockwell[?] and Jeanne Barr[?].

The movie was adapted by O'Neill and directed by Sidney Lumet[?].

It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (Katharine Hepburn).

The play was produced for television in 1973, starring Laurence Olivier and Constance Cummings[?]. It was directed by Michael Blakemore[?] and Peter Wood[?]. Another television production in 1987 starred Peter Gallagher[?], Jack Lemmon, Bethel Leslie[?], Jodie Lynne McClintock[?] and Kevin Spacey. It was directed by Jonathan Miller[?].

In 1996 another theatrical production was made, starring Martha Burns[?], Peter Donaldson[?], Martha Henry[?], William Hutt[?] and Tom McCamus[?]. It was directed by David Wellington[?].

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