Book Of Love movie trailer - starring Simon Baker, Frances O'Connor, Ari Graynor, Bryce Dallas Howard, Gregory Smith, Joanna Adler. Directed by Alan Brown. Genre: Drama
THE LAST HURRAH is a comedy filmed in a single continuous shot. Set at a graduation party in Los Angeles, an eclectic group of brainy philosophy students, train-hopping hippies, aspiring prophets and drug-addled hipsters come together for one wild night.
At the eye of the storm are three best friends, all with the same problem -- women. Jason can't get enough of them, Steve can't let go of the one he's got and Will can't understand them at all. The brainy grad students will have to work through their issues fast, because tonight's house party is their last crack at the women of the philosophy department.
In the spirit of Richard Linklater and Woody Allen, THE LAST HURRAH is a smart, witty, ensemble-driven comedy that wonders if the over examined life is really worth living.
The Last Hurrah movie trailer - starring Spencer Tracy, Pat O'Brien, Basil Rathbone, Jeffrey Hunter, Tracie Spencer, Dianne Foster. Directed by John Ford. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) and Biff (Tommy Kirk) have gone big time, flying to the Pentagon in their Flubber-powered car in the opening from Son of Flubber, 1963.
The Secretary of Defense (Edward Andrews), using timeless political lingo, counsels Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) not to settle for small change in Disney's Son of Flubber, 1963.
Margaret Marnie Edgar (Tippi Hedren) disposes of an identity, as her director (Alfred Hitchcock) makes a cameo appearance in a hotel corridor in an early scene from Marnie, 1964.
Betsy (Nancy Olson) is surprised when her old flame Shelby (Elliott Reid) brings Desiree (Joanna Moore), who used to date her husband Ned (Fred MacMurray) to dinner in Son of Flubber, 1963.
Rutland (Sean Connery) catches up with fugitive ex-employee Marnie (Tippi Hedren) as she rides her beloved horse, and follows with interrogation, in Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie, 1964.
Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) conducts his first test of his new invention the Weather Gun, getting his dog in trouble, in Disney's Son of Flubber, 1963.
Mr. Bratt (John Myhers) launches the ensemble into Frank Loesser's A Secretary Is Not a Toy in director David Swift's How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1967.
Marnie (Tippi Hedren) visits mom Bernice (Louise Latham) and is disappointed to find her doting on her young rival Jessie (Kimberly Beck) in an early scene from Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie, 1964.
Smitty (Kay Reynolds) plays matchmaker and joins Ponty (Robert Morse) and Rosemary (Michele Lee) in Frank Loesser's Been A Long Day in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1967.
A rich man marries a compulsive thief and tries to unlock the secrets of her mind in Marnie (1964), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Finch (Robert Morse) stages an all-nighter then joins the boss Biggley (Rudy Vallee) in the Ivy fight song by Frank Loesser in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1967.
Upon watching a sales film for a prospective Flubber-based floor product, Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) blows it with financier Hurley (Ken Murray) in Disney's Son of Flubber, 1963.
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