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A piano for Mrs. Cimino

Author: John GayGeorge SchaeferChristopher H SeitzBette DavisKeenan WynnAll authors
Publisher: Hicksville, NY : Best Films & Video Corp., ©1981.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Widow Cimino (Bette Davis) is a former pianist and music store owner who has retreated into her own world since the death of her husband. Her sons wish to put her away in a home, but with the love and support of her granddaughter, she goes to St. Hills Hospital, where she at first resists help from the staff. But her feisty attitude and determination become sparked when an upright piano is placed in the hospital.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Gay; George Schaefer; Christopher H Seitz; Bette Davis; Keenan Wynn; Alexa Kenin; Penny Fuller; Christopher Guest; George Hearn; Graham Jarvis; Paul Roebling; James Horner; Best Film & Video Corp.; EMI Television Programs, Inc.
ISBN: 1564803066 9781564803061
OCLC Number: 37315857
Notes: A Roger Gimbel production for EMI Television Programs, Inc.
Based upon the book by Robert Oliphant.
Videocassette release of the 1982 television movie.
Credits: Executive producers, Roger Gimbel, Tony Converse ; director of photography, Edward R. Brown ; editor, Rita Roland ; music, James Horner.
Cast: Bette Davis, Keenan Wynn, Alexa Kenin, Penny Fuller, Christopher Guest, George Hearn, Graham Jarvis, Paul Roebling.
Description: 1 videocassette (92 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Responsibility: teleplay by John Gay ; produced and directed by George Schaefer ; co-producer, Christopher H. Seitz.

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Widow Cimino (Bette Davis) is a former pianist and music store owner who has retreated into her own world since the death of her husband. Her sons wish to put her away in a home, but with the love and support of her granddaughter, she goes to St. Hills Hospital, where she at first resists help from the staff. But her feisty attitude and determination become sparked when an upright piano is placed in the hospital. She is able to regain her sanity and return to a normal life, but her biggest battle still lies ahead when she finds out that her home and belongings have been sold and that a complete stranger is in charge of her life savings.

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