Subject Was Roses, The - (Original Trailer)
A young veteran (Martin Sheen) returns home to deal with family conflicts in The Subject Was Roses (1968), co-starring Patricia Neal and Jack Albertson.
Subject Was Roses, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) This Is Where I Came In
Jack Albertson as Bronxite John was just trying on the uniform coat brought home by his still-snoozing son, just returned from WWII, when he notices his wife Nettie (Patricia Neal) coming back from morning shopping, character sketching in their first scene together, adapted by Frank Gilroy from his Pulitzer Prize-winning play, in The Subject Was Roses. 1968.
Subject Was Roses, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Crazy About Waffles
Dad (Jack Albertson) just departing the family Bronx apartment on business as his son (Martin Sheen as Timmy), the morning after his welcome-home from WWII party, converses with his mom (Patricia Neal as Nettie), raising her ire when he deploys one of the old mans verbal devices, early in The Subject Was Roses. 1968, from the Frank D. Gilroy play.
Subject Was Roses, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Who Knows Where The Time Goes?
Judy Collins vocal on Sandy Dennys then-unreleased composition, first heard as the B-side of Collins hit 1968 recording of Joni Mitchells Both Sides Now, later recorded by Denny and Fairport Convention, nearly overshadows director Ulu Grosbards opening, with Patricia Neal, briefly Martin Sheen, and Jack Albertson, in his Academy Award-winning performance, from The Subject Was Roses. 1968.