A tough San Francisco detective uncovers a conspiracy after a government witness in his care is murdered. Highlighted by a classic car chase!
Semi-factual account of the frame-up of member of a Chicano street gang for murder in 1940s Los Angeles. Olmos' breakout role!
Jack Lemmon and Anne Bancroft play a newly unemployed executive and his wife in Neil Simon's comedy The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1975).
Where the phrase originated, after an opening with The Guru (Louis Gottlieb), Peter Sellers, girlfriend Joyce Van Patten, title song by Elmer Bernstein with screenwriters Larry Tucker and Paul Mazursky, from I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!, 1968.
A henpecked L.A. lawyer (Peter Sellers) escapes into the world of hippies and free love in I Love You, Alice B. Toklas (1968).
Vaudeville comedian Billy Bright (Dick Van Dyke) preparing for his first movie shoot, with co-star and wife-to-be Mary (Michele Lee) and director Frank (Cornel Wilde), early in Carl Reiner's The Comic, 1969.
Lawyer Harold (Peter Sellers), wedding planning with parents (Jo Van Fleet, Salem Ludwig) and fiancee' Joyce (Joyce Van Patten), who finds pot-laced brownies left by his secret overnight guest, in I Love You, Alice B. Toklas, 1968.
Narrating from his casket, silent film comic Billy Bright (Dick Van Dyke) on his wedding with co-star Mary (Michele Lee) and the movies that followed, from Carl Reiner's The Comic, 1969.
From a montage of his silent movie hits, the deceased Billy Bright (Dick Van Dyke) narrates into a Civil War comedy with sidekick Cockeye (Mickey Rooney) and trouble with spouse Mary (Michele Lee) in Carl Reiner's The Comic, 1969.
Steve McQueen and a souped-up Mustang go roaring after the mob in San Francisco in Bullitt (1968).
Plentiful style, as San Francisco cop Steve McQueen (title character) collects commercial artist girlfriend Cathy (Jacqueline Bisset), proceeding to a jazz club, early in director Peter Yates' Bullitt, 1968.
Cop Steve McQueen (title character) alerts partner Delgetti (Don Gordon) then pursues the hit man (John Aprea), who's stalking their mob witness, through hospital corridors, in Bullitt, 1968.
Just the early part of the famous chase, as cop Steve McQueen (title character) starts to tail the hit men (John Aprea, Paul Genge) in a geographically incoherent San Francisco, in Bullitt, 1968.
Cameo by screenwriter-producers Larry Tucker and Paul Mazursky, lawyer Harold (Peter Sellers) rescues flower child Nancy (Leigh Taylor-Young), hitch-hiking after spending the day with him at a funeral, in I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!, 1968.
Square lawyer Harold (Peter Sellers), stuck with a borrowed hippie van, meets Nancy (Leigh Taylor-Young), while picking up brother Herbie (David Arkin) for the funeral of a family friend, in I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!, 1968.
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