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The human voice

Author: Jean CocteauDavid SusskindLars SchmidtTed KotcheffClive ExtonAll authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : Broadway Theatre Archive ; West Long Branch, N.J. : Kultur, [2001?], ©1966.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Television adaptation of Jean Cocteau's one-character drama in the form of an extended monologue--a one-sided telephone conversation in which a middle-aged woman going through a psychological crisis as a love affair ends tries to win back her lover despite her growing suspicion that he is calling from his young fiancee's home.
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Genre/Form: Television plays
Monologues
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Cocteau; David Susskind; Lars Schmidt; Ted Kotcheff; Clive Exton; Carl Wildman; Ingrid Bergman; Broadway Theatre Archive.; Kultur International Films.; Talent Associates.; Rediffusion (Firm)
ISBN: 0769796117 9780769796116
OCLC Number: 173226911
Notes: Originally produced for television broadcast in 1966.
Summary adapted from slipcase.
Credits: English translation by Carl Wildman ; adapted for television by Clive Exton.
Performer(s): Starring Ingrid Bergman.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 50 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Dolby digital.
Responsibility: a Talent Associates Rediffusion Television production ; by Jean Cocteau ; producers, David Susskind, Lars Schmidt ; director, Ted Kotcheff.

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Television adaptation of Jean Cocteau's one-character drama in the form of an extended monologue--a one-sided telephone conversation in which a middle-aged woman going through a psychological crisis as a love affair ends tries to win back her lover despite her growing suspicion that he is calling from his young fiancee's home.

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