Dan O'Herlihy, as General Black, features in the nightmare sequence and opening credits to Fail-Safe 1964, directed by Sidney Lumet, starring Henry Fonda and Walter Matthau.
Libby (Ingrid Bergman) joins professor spouse Roger (Fritz Weaver) about to begin his sabbatical, and a last dinner with their testy daughter Ellen (Katherine Crawford), in A Walk In The Spring Rain, 1970.
Until now Mahoney (Paul Sorvino) has been seen lurking in backgrounds, here he has engaged DeMilo (Fritz Weaver), head of the institute behind the research Terrell (George C. Scott, with his wife Trish Van Devere playing his wife) is conducting, in Mike Nichols' The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
Neighbor Will (Anthony Quinn) visits Libby (Ingrid Bergman) and professor husband Roger (Fritz Weaver), who's just begun his sabbatical in rural Tennessee, in A Walk In The Spring Rain, 1970.
DeMilo (Fritz Weaver) has just told scientist Terrell (George C. Scott) that there's a risk of losing his funding, so he decides to reveal what he's gotten his dolphins to do, a big story point, in Mike Nichols' The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
Nuclear expert Groeteschele (Walter Matthau) and worried General Black (Dan O'Herlihy), jousting in the war room as the crisis looms, in Sidney Lumet's Fail-Safe, 1964.
Engineer Knapp (Russell Collins), Colonel Cascio (Fritz Weaver) et al at missile command, Secretary Swenson (William Hansen) presiding in the war room, civilian Groeteschele (Walter Matthau) dominating, in Sidney Lumet's cold-war thriller Fail-Safe, 1964.
First scene for nuclear war theorist Groeteschele (Walter Matthau), holding court at a Washington cocktail party, diplomat Foster (Dana Elcar) objecting, early in Sidney Lumet's Fail-Safe, 1964.
Laugh-In's Dan Rowan and Dick Martin star in The Maltese Bippy (1969), a haunted house comedy co-starring Julie Newmar.
Researcher Alex (Fritz Weaver) is narrating the history of the battleship-sized computer Proteus 4, then returning to his extra modern home, opening Demon Seed, 1977, from a novel by Dean R. Koontz.
Susan (Julie Christie), in her automated home, establishing herself as psychologist and humanist, handling volatile patient Amy (Dana Laurita), in Demon Seed, 1977.
The Men from U.N.C.L.E. try to stop the assassination of an African leader touring the U.S. in To Trap a Spy (1964).
Susan (Julie Christie) makes the dramatic discovery that big Proteus 4 (voice of Robert Vaughn) has taken over little computer Alfred, which runs her home, in Demon Seed, 1977, directed by Donald Cammell.
Opening sequence, in which the circumstances of leading man George C. Scott's speech are not revealed, Paul Sorvino among the observers in cut-aways, from Buck Henry's screenplay with Mike Nichols directing, in The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
Those old-time horror comic books come alive in this morbidly funny series of screen tales, written by Stephen King (who also stars in one!). Just like the pulp comics, these stories are gooey, gory and a guaranteed gross-out!
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