Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This 60-minute TV drama stars Bradford Dillman as Matt, a 34-year-old sculptor. Spectacularly unsuccessful, Matt knows he's hit rock bottom when he has to borrow money from his girlfriend in order to attend his father's funeral. As he stands at graveside, Matt vows to do something "worthwhile" with his life. Problem is, sculpting is all he knows. Written and directed by S. Lee Pogostin, Crazier Than Cotton first aired as a Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre episode on October 12, 1966.
artist, funeral, sculpting, girlfriend