Are We Done Yet? movie trailer - starring John C. McGinley, Ice Cube, Nia Long, Aleisha Allen, Philip Bolden, Philip Daniel Bolden. Directed by Steve Carr. Theatrical Release Date: 4/4/2007
he Black Book is a bold effort by director Anthony Mann to film a French Revolution epic on a "B" detective picture budget. Robert Cummings stars as Charles D'Aubigny, who has been engaged by a group of political moderates to retrieve a little black book from Revolutionary leader Robespierre Richard Basehart. The book allegedly contains evidence that Robespierre has been acting in his own interest rather than on behalf of the new government.
Having lured spy Eberlin (Laurence Harvey) away from a social event, free-spirit photographer Caroline (Mia Farrow) displays various aspects of herself back at the flat in A Dandy in Aspic, 1968.
Kirk Douglas and Richard Harris play two Norwegians who uncover a Nazi atom bomb program in The Heroes of Telemark (1965).
Called-in spy Eberlin (Laurence Harvey) shares emnity with colleague Brogue (Calvin Lockhart) and hidden Gatiss (Tom Courtenay), in a shooting gallery in A Dandy in Aspic, 1968, from Derek Marlowe's novel.
Opening credit sequence for director Anthony Mann's Border Incident, 1949, with Ricardo Montalban, followed by narration about migrant Braceros. The cinematography is by John Alton (Telluride Film Festival honoree 1993).
Opening scene in which spy Eberlin (Laurence Harvey, who finished the film after director Anthony Mann died) stays cool when he realizes who's being buried, in A Dandy in Aspic, 1968.
Eberlin (Laurence Harvey), waylaid by fellow spy Copperfield (Norman Bird), observes the attempt to capture a Russian, Westminster Abbey and Waterloo Bridge as backdrops, in A Dandy in Aspic, 1968.
Nifty Quincy Jones opening music and advanced puppet work from director Anthony Mann's last film, the spy-thriller A Dandy in Aspic, 1968, finished by star Laurence Harvery after Mann's death.
Norwegian resistance fighter Knut (Richard Harris), ducking German troops in Oslo, visits preoccupied scientist Pedersen (Kirk Douglas), microfilm in a toothpaste tube, in Anthony Mann's The Heroes Of Telemark, 1966.
Director Anthony Mann shooting on the Norwegian tundra in the dark for a reason, resistance fighters awaiting British commandos, then Knut (Richard Harris) confronting fellow leader Rolf (Kirk Douglas), in The Heroes Of Telemark, 1966.
The Fall Of The Roman Empire movie trailer - starring Christopher Plummer, James Mason, Sophia Loren, Alec Guinness, Stephen Boyd, John Ireland. Directed by Anthony Mann. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
At the height of his popularity, a professional baseball player and former Air Force officer is recalled to active Cold War duty with the Strategic Air Command.
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