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Thumbnail for I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955) I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955)

Basics Critics:71Viewers:68Rusty:76
Category: Bio/History, DramaNotable as: Biographical filmSub-Category: Biographical film, Black-and-white, Film adaptation, DramaMain subject: alcoholismRuntime: 117 minutesColor: black-and-white filmLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Daniel MannScreenwriter: Helen DeutschMusic: Alex NorthCinematography: Arthur E. ArlingStars: Susan Hayward, Richard Conte, Eddie Albert, Margo, Jo Van Fleet, Don Taylor, Ray Danton, Don "Red" Barry, Peter Brocco, Timothy Carey, Virginia GreggProducer: Lawrence WeingartenAwards won: Academy Award for Best Costume Design, Black-and-WhiteAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Actress (Susan Hayward)
Academy Award for Best Art Direction, Black and White
Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Black-and-White (Arthur E. Arling)
Award details: (details at IMDb)

I'll Cry Tomorrow is a biopic which tells the story of Lillian Roth, a Broadway star who rebels against the pressure of her domineering mother and reacts to the death of her fiancé by becoming an alcoholic. It stars Susan Hayward, Richard Conte, Eddie Albert, Margo, and Jo Van Fleet. The screenplay was adapted by Helen Deutsch and Jay Richard Kennedy from the 1954 autobiography by Lillian Roth, Mike Connolly and Gerold Frank. It was directed by Daniel Mann. The film won the Academy Award for Costume Design for Helen Rose, and was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

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