A Streetcar Named Desire (1995 film)
A Streetcar Named Desire is a 1995 television drama film directed by Glenn Jordan that first aired on CBS Television. Based on the 1947 play by Tennessee Williams, it follows a 1951 adaptation starring Marlon Brando and a 1984 television adaptation. The film was adapted from a 1992 Broadway revival of the play, also starring Baldwin and Lange.
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- They told me to take a streetcar named "Desire", transfer to one called "Cemetery", ride six blocks and get off, at Elysian Fields.
- Stella: But there are things that happen, between a man and a woman, in the dark, that sorta make everything else seem unimportant.
- Blanche: What you are talking about is brutal desire. Just desire. The name of that rattletrap streetcar that bangs through the Quarter, up one old narraw street and down another.
- Stella: Haven't you ever ridden that streetcar?
- Blanche: It brought me here, where I'm not wanted, and where I'm ashamed to be.
- Alec Baldwin as Stanley Kowalski
- Jessica Lange as Blanche DuBois
- John Goodman as Harold "Mitch" Mitchell
- Diane Lane as Stella Kowalski
- Frederick Coffin as Steve
- Carlos Gómez as Pablo
- Jerry Hardin as The Doctor
- Patricia Herd as The Matron
- Matt Keeslar as Collector
- Tina Lifford as The Neighbor
- Rondi Reed as Eunice
- Carmen Zapata as Flower Seller