Star Trek clip - starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley. Directed by Gene Roddenberry. Theatrical Release Date: 11/13/2007
Circuit-riding Texas lawyer Timothy Higgins defends a former girlfriend against a murder charge stemming from an extortionist's threat to reveal her shady past. Through adroit courtroom work, Higgins is able to acquit her and reveal who actually shot the fatal bullet.
Nestor, a wispy French gendarme lovingly played by Jack Lemmon, gets more than he bargained for when he runs into prostitute Irma la Douce, played by the fabulous Shirley MacLaine in Billy Wilder's hysterical comedy Irma La Douce. The terrific twosome gets fine support from the likes of Herschel Bernardi, Lou Jacobi, Grace Lee Whitney, Bill Bixby, and a slew of others, including James Caan in an early walk-on role.
A portion of Louis Jourdan's opening narration from the Billy Wilder-I.A.L. Diamond script, introducing the Rue Casanova, Shirley MacLaine (title character) and her Mec Hippolyte (Bruce Yarnell), in Wilder's Irma La Douce, 1963.
New-on-the-beat cop Nestor (Jack Lemmon) has herded all the girls into the paddy wagon, unaware of the police sanction for prostitution, only Shirley MacLaine (title character) showing any sympathy, in Billy Wilder's Irma La Douce, 1963.
A Parisian policeman (Jack Lemmon) gives up everything for the love of a prostitute (Shirley MacLaine, in Billy Wilder's Irma la Douce, 1963.
Having bested her pimp in a comic fistfight, newly-fired ingenue policeman Nestor (Jack Lemmon) is invited by Shirley MacLaine (tite character) to her non-work address, in Billy Wilder's Irma La Douce, 1963.
Introduced by narration as an honest policeman, first scene for Nestor (Jack Lemmon), discovering the red-light district and it's leading citizen Shirley MacLaine (title character), in Billy Wilder's Irma La Douce, 1963.
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