Ah, Wilderness!
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Ah, Wilderness!
Playwright Eugene O'Neill's only comedy, Ah, Wilderness! was filmed by MGM in 1935. Impressionable turn-of-the-century lad Eric Linden, whose knowledge of the ways of the world has come from French novels, is anxious to taste life to the fullest. Linden's father Lionel Barrymore sternly advises the boy to be good and be careful, while Barrymore's shiftless, bibulous brother-in-law Wallace Beery (replacing MGM's first choice, W.C. Fields) encourages Linden to get out, get drunk and get...you know what. After a frightening encounter with lady of the evening Helen Flint (a… More
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"This classic coming of age tale, based on Eugene's O'Neil's serio comedy, is charming and extremely well acted."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
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