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Originally published in 1922, this classic satire about real estate agent George F. Babbitt, played by Edward Asner, brilliantly captures the vacuity and conformity of the middle-class in small town, white-collar America. Babbitt was written during one of the first major American economic booms. Not surprisingly, its razor-sharp, unsparing - and highly entertaining - dissection of the financial and social culture continues to resonate today.

Recorded at KCRW Studios, Santa Monica in November 1987.

Director: Gordon Hunt

Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg

An L.A. Theatre Works Full-Cast Performance Featuring:

Edward Asner As George F. Babbitt

René Auberjonois

Bonnie Bedelia

Ed Begley Jr.

Georgia Brown

Roscoe Lee Browne

Jack Coleman

Bud Cort

Ted Danson

William Devane

Richard Dreyfuss

Héctor Elizondo

Fionnula Flanagan

Robert Foxworth

Harry Hamlin

Julie Harris

Helen Hunt

Amy Irving

Stacy Keach

John Lithgow

Nan Martin

Marsha Mason

Richard Masur

Marian Mercer

Joanna Miles

Holly Palance

Judge Reinhold

Franklyn Seales

David Selby

Ally Sheedy

Madolyn Smith

James Whitmore

Jobeth Williams

Michael York

An L.A. Theatre Works/BBC co-production in association with KCRW, Santa Monica, and National Public Radio.

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