Sweet Bird Of Youth movie trailer - starring Paul Newman, Rip Torn, Shirley Knight, Geraldine Page, Ed Begley, Sr., Mildred Dunnock. Directed by Richard Brooks. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Elvis returned from his Army stint with a case of the G.I. Blues (1960). Featuring the hits 'Blue Suede Shoes' and 'Wooden Heart'.
Chance Wayne (Paul Newman) gets news about his mother and girlfriend from an old rival (Philip Abbott) on his arrival in his hometown in Sweet Bird of Youth, 1962, directed by Richard Brooks from the Tennessee Williams play.
Actress Alexandra Del Lago (Geraldine Page) awakens in a Louisiana hotel room to assess her escort Chance Wayne (Paul Newman) in Sweet Bird of Youth, 1962, from the Tennessee Williams play.
American Captain Jack Harding (Paul Newman), not revealing his true mission in New Zealand, has a tentative encounter with Barbara Forbes (Jean Simmons) in Until They Sail, 1957, from a story by James Michener.
Opening title sequence from director Richard Brooks' Sweet Bird of Youth, from the Tennessee Williams play, features Chance Wayne (Paul Newman) and Alexandra Del Lago (Geraldine Page).
Major Jack Harding (Paul Newman) testifies at a trial in New Zealand about Barbara Forbes' (Jean Simmons) sister in the opening scene from Until They Sail, 1957, from a story by James Michener.
Time Limit -- An American army major faces a court-martial for collaborating with the enemy while he was a POW in Korea.
Sweet Bird of Youth -- Drifter Chance Wayne returns to his hometown after many years of trying to make it in the movies. With him is a faded film star he picked up along the way, Alexandra Del Lago.
A green Cavalry lieutenant (George Hamilton) learns the ropes fast when he's shipped out West in A Thunder of Drums (1961).
A young gigolo returns to his Southern hometown in search of the lost love of his youth in Sweet Bird of Youth (1962) starring Paul Newman and Geraldine Page.
On board the very train, Elvis as 'Tulsa' MacLean sings 'Frankfurt Special' by Sherman Edwards and Sid Wayne after some cajoling by bandmates Rick (James Douglas) and Cookie (Robert Ivers) in G.I. Blues, 1960.
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