Stage Struck is a 1958 American drama film directed by Sidney Lumet. The screenplay by Augustus and Ruth Goetz is based on a play by Zoe Akins, which served as the basis for the 1933 film Morning Glory starring Katharine Hepburn. New Englander Eva Lovelace, an ingenue intent on conquering the Broadway stage, is willing to sacrifice everything, including her love for suave producer Lewis Easton, to achieve her goal. Her trials and tribulations ultimately lead to a moment of triumph when she successfully steps in for temperamental, Tallulah Bankhead-like leading lady Rita Vernon. Filmed...
|Release date:||April 22, 1958|
|Directed by:||Sidney Lumet|
|Music by:||Alex North|
|Screenplay by:||Augustus Goetz, Ruth Goetz|
|Adapted from:||The Greeks Had a Word for It|