Whiplash Willie Gingrich (Walter Matthau) realizes how to get brother-in-law Harry (Jack Lemmon) to play along when his ex-wife Sandy (Judi West) calls the hospital room in Billy Wilder's The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
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.
A crooked lawyer trumps up an insurance case for a cameraman injured at a pro football game in The Fortune Cookie (1966), directed by Billy Wilder and starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.
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.
Shyster Willie Gingrich (Walter Matthau) dazzles the defense counsel, preparing for his lawsuit on behalf of his injured brother-in-law (Jack Lemmon, not seen) in Billy Wilder's The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
James Garner is a Texan oilman who shows the city slickers on Wall Street a thing or two about being one of The Wheeler Dealers (1963).
Counting receipts from their ad-hoc Florida fishing business, vagabonds Pop (Arthur O'Connell) and Toby (Elvis Presley) get schooled by semi-adopted Holly (Anne Helm), confirmed with a song by Bill Giant and Anna Shaw, in Follow That Dream, 1962.
Fed up with the insurance scam, Harry (Jack Lemmon) performs for surveillance cameras and turns on ex-wife Sandy (Judi West), prompting brother-in-law lawyer Willie (Walter Matthau) to take a new position in The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
Elvis Presley is one of a family of squatters that gamblers are trying to force off their land in Follow That Dream (1962).
From Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, sportscaster Keith Jackson does play-by-play as cameraman Harry (Jack Lemmon) gets clobbered by Boom-Boom Jackson (Ron Rich) in Billy Wilder's The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
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.
A roadside waitress (Kim Novak) is set as bait for a barely disguised Dean Martin in Billy Wilder's Kiss Me, Stupid (1964).
A playboy (Elvis Presley) returns from the Army to the shores of Blue Hawaii (1961). Co-starring Angela Lansbury.
Shyster Willie Gingrich (Walter Matthau) is staking out his accident-victim brother-in-law's hospital room scheming a lawsuit in an early scene from Billy Wilder's The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
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