Synopsis by Matthew Tobey
Paul Bogart directed this 1974 televised production of Arthur Miller's classic play, A Memory of Two Mondays. An dramatic and comedic ensemble piece, the one-act traces several years in the lives of a group of characters working in an auto parts warehouse during the Great Depression of the 1930s. Featuring Harvey Keitel as Jerry, the play also stars George Grizzard, Barnard Hughes, Estelle Parsons, Jerry Stiller, Dick Van Patten, and Jack Warden.
co-worker, Great-Depression, warehouse