Widowed Brooklyn accountant Loretta (Cher) with anxious boyfriend Johnny (Danny Aiello, his first scene), has opinions but is not unreceptive, as he works up to a proposal, in Norman Jewison's Moonstruck, 1987.
Mel Brooks must come to terms with his own High Anxiety (1977) in this loving parody of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
Heading home from school on the day of her forgotten birthday, Samantha (Molly Ringwald) has her first encounter with The Geek (Anthony Michael Hall), early in John Hughes' Sixteen Candles, 1984.
Divorced executive Alex (Glenda Jackson) and bisexual artist boyfriend Bob (Murray Head) directed by John Schlesinger, minding their friends' children in London's Greenwich Park, young Lucy (Kimi Tallmadge) causing a small disaster, in Sunday Bloody Sunday, 1971.
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Director John Schlesinger introducing London executive Alex (Glenda Jackson), ringing the same apartment co-star Peter Finch tried earlier, then calling a friend (Vivian Pickles), whose children she's agreed to watch, in Sunday Bloody Sunday, 1971, one of the romping kids the director's daughter Emm... more
Director John Schlesinger jumps right in to practice with London physician Daniel Hirsh (Peter Finch), with a patient (Richard Pearson) then the answering service lady (Bessie Love) who will play a significant role, in Sunday Bloody Sunday, also starring Glenda Jackson.
Opening from writer-director John Hughes introducing the Baker family, young Justin Henry, bride Blanche Baker, Paul Dooley the dad and the star Molly Ringwald, as Samantha, in Sixteen Candles, 1984.
Doctor Daniel (Peter Finch) releases a Saturday patient (June Brown) then is pleased to find Bob (Murray Head) has let himself in, detailing their relationship in a scene director John Schlesinger said unnerved the crew more than the actors, in Sunday Bloody Sunday, 1971.
An evil Egyptian princess' spirit possesses an Egyptologist's daughter in Blood From The Mummy's Tomb (1971).
Accountant Loretta (Cher), determined to mend fences in her boyfriend's family before their wedding, introduces herself to his estranged brother Ronny (Nicholas Cage), his first scene, in Norman Jewison's Moonstruck, 1987.
Movie focus-puller Mark (Carl Boehm), whom we know is a psycho camera-killer, reassure his movie stand-in friend Vivian (Moira Shearer) that it's worth the risk of getting caught at the studio to make their private film, a thrill for her fans from The Red Shoes, in Michael Powell's Peeping Tom, 1960... more
Jamie Lee Curtis offers this original tribute to her mother Janet Leigh, TCM's Star Of The Month for October, 2014.
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