Dame Beatrice (Athene Seyler) realizes her well-meaning maid Lily (Billie Whitelaw), who has a record, has likely stolen the fur she's just presented, boarders (Terry-Thomas, Hattie Jacques, Elspeth Duxbury) listening in, as policeman Benham (Jack Hedley) appears, in Make Mine Mink, 1960.
Seymour (Jonathan Haze) sort of accidentally offs the nutty dentist (John Shaner), while in the waiting room lurks Jack Nicholson as Wilbur Force, this scene his complete performance in his most famous, though not first, early role, in Roger Corman's The Little Shop Of Horrors, 1960.
The original movie and the ultimate 'Rat Pack' adventure, Ocean's Eleven (1960) starring Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
Boss Mushnik (Mel Welles) tells Seymour (Jonathan Haze) he can win his job back by showing his hybrid plant, which he's named after Audrey (Jackie Joseph), and which he engages in conversation, in Chuck Griffith's original script, in Roger Corman's The Little Shop Of Horrors, 1960.
Opening scene, Billie Whitelaw enters a Kensington flat where the stage actress Elspeth Duxbury makes her movie debut, headed for the bath, Terry-Thomas a fellow boarder and Hattie Jacques training Gertrude (Penny Morrell) in English manners, in the 1960 international hit Make Mine Mink, from a play... more
After a prologue we meet the principals, Mel Welles as proprietor Mushnik, Leola Wendorff as Mrs. Shiva, Jackie Joseph as Audrey, Jonathan Haze as slow Seymour and Dick Miller as customer Fouch, no telling where this is going, opening Roger Corman's original The Little Shop Of Horrors, 1960.
Boxing champion Archie Moore plays Jim, the runaway slave, in this widescreen, color adaptation of the Mark Twain classic.
Cody (Randolph Scott) and Mrs. Lowe (Nancy Gates) converse on social matters following his having purchased her back from the Comanches, in Budd Boetticher's Comanche Station, 1960.
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