Supported by Diana (Faye Dunaway) in the control room, Howard Beale (Peter Finch) ousts the anchorman and delivers his mad-prophet tirade, the most famous scene from Network, 1976, from Paddy Chayefsky's screenplay.
Howard K. Smith, John Chancellor and Walter Cronkite appear in narrated opening to Sidney Lumet's Network, 1976, which also introduces Howard (Peter Finch) and Max (William Holden), from Paddy Chayefsky's script.
Director Sidney Lumet remembers the creation of Paddy Chayefsky's script and Peter Finch's performance in Network, 1976.
Howard Beale (Peter Finch) is summoned for another landmark scene, in which Jensen (Ned Beatty) tells him the corporate way of the world, in Network, 1976, directed by Sidney Lumet from Paddy Chayefsky's script.
Television programmers turn a deranged news anchor into the mad prophet of the airwaves in Network (1976) starring Peter Finch.
TV executive Diana (Faye Dunaway) first with her assistant (Conchata Ferrell) then with big shot Hackett (Robert Duvall), raving about the anchorman gone-mad, in Paddy Chayefsky's Network, 1976.
Beatrice Straight (as Louise) in the scene that won her Academy Award, with husband Max (William Holden) who's just confessed his affair with a younger TV executive, in Paddy Chayefsky's Network, 1976.
Heartland Son movie trailer - starring Richard Archer, Jaime Luchuck, Stephen Black. Directed by Jeremy Major. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Erin Brockovich movie trailer - starring Julia Roberts, Aaron Eckhart, Albert Finney, Cybill Shepherd, Marg Helgenberger, Cherry Jones. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. Genre: Drama
Heartland starring Barry Primus, Conchata Ferrell, Rip Torn, Lilia Skala
Unexpectedy inheriting billions of dollars, small-town greeting card poet Longfellow Deeds heads for Manhattan, where his down-home style and short-fuse temper promise to deflate pompous windbags.
An escaped murderer goes in search of the woman responsible for his incarceration.
In a twisted modern version of 'Little Red Riding Hood', a teenage runaway headed for refuge at her grandmother's house encounters a criminally insane child psychologist.
In Season 6, a smart, independent brunette named Chelsea may finally have turned party-boy Charlie into a man. The kind of man who brings you tea when you're sick. Sleeps over at your place, even if he can't watch ESPN in bed. Or makes the ultimate sacrifice: nukes the nudie pix off his cell phone. And there's lots more funny that keeps Two and a Half Men the #1 comedy on TV: Jake locks lips with the cute girl next door, the one whose football-star dad is named Mad Dog. Judith prepares for a midlife baby, who may end up looking a lot like Alan. And Alan dates his receptionist, then ends up in bed with her frisky mom. Life's a beach in Season 6!
The Emmy-winning Season Four of TV?s #1 comedy starts with a shock (Alan's getting divorced...again) and ends with a rock (the diamond Evelyn's new boyfriend wants to put on her third finger, left hand). In between, Charlie Harper's hip Malibu beach pad is the place for laughs, gorgeous girls, single parenthood, celebrity neighbors, family and more laughs.
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