Lit teacher (Martine Bartlett) calls upon Wilma-Dean (Natalie Wood), seated behind Juanita (Jan Norris) who's just taken up with her boyfriend, to read a poem, in Splendor In The Grass, 1961, from William Inge's original screenplay.
A space mission to Venus discovers a society of Amazons run by Zsa Zsa Gabor, the Queen of Outer Space (1958).
Arriving at the Paris hotel for which the movie is named, Boniface (Alec Guinness) and Marcelle (Gina Lollobrigida) bring differing levels of enthusiasm to their first assignation, Akim Tamiroff their host, her husband (Robert Morley) also a guest, in Hotel Paradiso, 1966.
Sugarpuss (Barbara Stanwyck) briefed backstage by thugs Pastrami (Dan Duryea) and Asthma (Ralph Peters), all of them mistaking Professor Potts (Gary Cooper) for a lawman, in Howard Hawks' Ball Of Fire, 1942.
Aspiring philanderer Boniface (Alec Guinness) is pleased to hear his wife (Peggy Mount) will be out for the evening, their lawyer Martin (Douglas Byng) visiting Paris, presents a problem, early in director Peter Glenville's Hotel Paradiso, 1966, also starring Gina Lollobrigida.
In search of a big scoop for his failing paper, an editor tries to solve a kidnapping case that's turned into murder in Tell No Tales (1939).
Newsman Warren (Spencer Tracy) leaves fiancee Gladys (Jean Harlow) overnight with playboy pal Bill (William Powell), part of their elaborate scheme to beat a libel suit in Libeled Lady, 1936.
Do-gooding teenager Ariane (Audrey Hepburn) enters from the ledge to warn playboy Flanagan (Gary Cooper) and paramour (Lise Bourdin) that her husband (John McGiver) is coming with a gun, in Billy Wilder's Love In The Afternoon, 1957.
On location in Paris, Peter Glenville has directed himself through the title sequence but not yet made clear he's playing the playwright Georges Feydeau, instead introducing his actors, Robert Morley, Gina Lollobrigida, Alec Guinness and Peggy Mount, opening Hotel Paradiso, 1966.
Stuffy boyfriend Willie (Ralph Forbes) and Kathleen (Norma Shearer) have been hiding from a storm in the old mansion, not realizing that the guy who just turned up (Fredric March) is rightful owner Kenneth, in MGM's Smilin' Through, 1932.
Playwright Wallace Shawn playing himself, continues his narration, finally seated with his old advocate Andre Gregory, also as himself, early in their encounter in a Manhattan restaurant, Louis Malle directing My Dinner With Andre, 1981.
Co-writer and co-star Wallace Shawn opens, narrating, playing very much himself, Louis Malle directing, on his way to meet friend Andre Gregory, in My Dinner With Andre, 1981.
Usually popular test-driver Terry (James Stewart) is annoying other people's girlfriends (Patricia Wilder) at the company banquet because the new P-R girl Jane (Wendy Barrie) snubbed him, his pal Josephine (Una Merkel) offering counsel, in MGM's Speed, 1936.
MGM creating auto industry ambiance using Chrysler facilities in Detroit for the action shots, Wendy Barrie, Weldon Heyburn and Ted Healy introduce themselves before James Stewart, as 'Terry,' in his first top-billed role, in the low-budget feature Speed, 1936.
Andre (Gregory) finishing his update on his activities since they last met, with playwright friend Wallace Shawn, both playing themselves as the quail arrives, Louis Malle directing his single-conversation feature, My Dinner With Andre, 1981.
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