The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal Trailer

The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal Trailer (1979)

30 January 1979 120 mins

The story of a fire in the Triangle Shirt Mfg. Co. building in New York City in 1911 that resulted in the deaths of 146 employees, mostly young women. The ensuing investigation revealed the company's almost total disregard for its workers' safety in pursuit of increased production and profits, and resulted, among other things, in the passage of new worker safety laws and the formation of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union.

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Cast

David Dukes

as Lou Ribin

Tovah Feldshuh

as Florence

Lauren Frost

as Sonya Levin

Ted Wass

as Vinnie

Tom Bosley

as Morris Feldman

Charlotte Rae

as Bessie

Crew

Mel Stuart

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 30 January 1979

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