Up The Down Staircase (1967) - (Movie Clip) Watch For Latent Maladjustments
Scrambling on the first day of class, new teacher Sylvia Barrett (Sandy Dennis) encounters Broadway regulars, Jean Stapleton in the office, Florence Stanley the counselor and Sorrell Booke the principal, director Alan J. Pakula working on location at Haaren High School in Manhattan, early in Up The Down Staircase, 1967.
Up the Down Staircase - (Original Trailer)
Sandy Dennis has a rough time as a novice teacher in an inner-city school in Up the Down Staircase (1967).
Up The Down Staircase (1967) -- (Movie Clip) How Do We Get In?
Guerrilla feel from the Mulligan-Pakula (Robert and Alan J., famous for To Kill A Mockingbird, 1962) team opening their inner-city high school drama based on the best-selling semi-autobiographical novel by Bel Kaufman, with Sandy Dennis in her first movie leading role, Up The Down Staircase, 1967.
Up The Down Staircase (1967) -- (Movie Clip) There's One Every Year
After a classroom standoff with delinquent-but-gifted student Joe Ferrone (Jeff Howard), novice Manhattan high school English teacher Sylvia (Sandy Dennis) meets him again in the stairwell, in Up The Down Staircase, 1967, based on the novel by Berlin-born former New York teacher Bel Kaufman.
Alicia Malone Intro -- Up The Down Staircase (1967)
Guest host Alicia Malone introduces Up The Down Staircase, 1967.
Up The Down Staircase (1967) -- (Movie Clip) To Take Us Lands Away
Nervous on her first day teaching Manhattan public high school English, Sylvia (Sandy Dennis) works with Harry (Salvatore Rasa), Jose Rodriguez (his real name) and Alice (Ellen OMara), taking a run at an Emily Dickinson poem, early in Up The Down Staircase, 1967, from producer Alan J. Pakula and director Robert Mulligan.
Up The Down Staircase (1967) -- (Movie Clip) The Limitless Realm
At lunch on the first day at her New York public high school, new teacher Sylvia (Sandy Dennis) with colleagues Ruth White, Eileen Heckart, Patrick Bedford as Barringer, early in Up The Down Staircase, 1967, from director and producer Robert Mulligan and Alan J. Pakula.