The Oldest Living Graduate Trailer

The Oldest Living Graduate Trailer (1980)

06 April 1980 75 mins

Originally telecast live from Dallas' Southern Methodist University on April 7, 1980, The Oldest Living Graduate was adapted from Preston Jones's 1974 play. Henry Fonda stars as Col. J. C. Kincaid, crusty patriarch of a Texas family. Kincaid's weak-willed son Floyd (George Grizzard) wants to get into the old man's good graces so that he, Floyd, can develop the Colonel's vast land ownings. Floyd arranges a city-wide celebration lauding Kincaid as the oldest living graduate of nearby military academy. The festivities serve only to make the already sour Kincaid even more truculent and miserable.

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Cast

Henry Fonda

as Colonel J.C. Kincaid

George Grizzard

as Floyd Kincaid

John Lithgow

as Clarence

Allyn Ann McLerie

as Mrs. Hampton

Penelope Milford

as Martha Ann

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 06 April 1980

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