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Welcome to Retroville! It's 1941!
The Pulitzer Prize for drama was awarded to There Shall Be No Night by Robert E. Sherwood.

Sherwood's wartime drama set in Helsinki in 1938 opened April 29, 1940, and galvanized Broadway and West End audiences. In the middle of their desperate fight for civilization, both Churchill and Patton made time to attend. Eleanor Roosevelt described, "an experience I shall never forget--a performance so perfect that I felt I was living in this portrayal onstage."

The Opening Night Cast:
  • Charles Ansley as Joe Burnett
  • Charva Chester as Ilma
  • Montgomery Clift as Erik Valkonen
  • Maurice Colbourne as Dr. Ziemssen
  • Robert Downing as Photographer
  • Lynn Fontanne as Miranda Valkonen
  • Elisabeth Fraser as Kaatri Alquist
  • Thomas Gomez as Ben Gichner
  • Sydney Greenstreet as Uncle Waldemar
  • Claude Horton as Sergeant Gosden
  • William LeMassena as Frank Olmstead
  • Alfred Lunt as Dr. Kaarlo Valkonen
  • Ralph Nelson as Photographer
  • Edward Raquello as Major Rutkowski
  • Phyllis Thaxter as Lempi
  • Brooks West as Gus Shuman
  • Richard Whorf as Dave Corween

Staging Director:

  • Alfred Lunt
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