Hogan's Goat
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A television production of the highly acclaimed William Alfred play that marked Faye Dunaway's emergence as a force to be reckoned with, Hogan's Goat is a blank verse tragedy set in the Brooklyn Irish-American community of the 1890s. Political skullduggery is at the heart of the plot, which concerns dynamic Matt Stanton (Robert Foxworth), a man who is ruthlessly determined to climb the ladder of success and make sure that he is never again a victim of the poverty into which he was born. As the film opens, Matt is already the leader of the sixth ward in Brooklyn -- but he has his sites… More