Mr. Bolt (Ray Milland) and his aide Deranian (Donald Pleasence) hide their evil intentions as they show Tia (Kim Richards) and Tony (Ike Eisenmann) their new digs in Disney's Escape to Witch Mountain, 1975.
MacDonald and Bartlett, (Gordon Jackson and Richard Attenborough) Hendley and Blythe (James Garner and Donald Pleasence) and Ashley-Pitt (David McCallum) make like civilians in The Great Escape, 1963.
New recruit Zankie (Alex Cord) is turned over to inmate Ben (Chuck Connors) and pals (Bernie Hamilton, Alejandro Rey, et al) for his drug-rehab haircut, in writer-director Richard Quine's Synanon, 1965.
Steve McQueen (as Hilts) in his famous motorcycle chase scene from director John Sturges' epic The Great Escape, 1963.
The scrounger Hendley (James Garner) and the forger Blythe get acquainted in this early scene from director John Sturges' The Great Escape, 1963.
From Bill Hader's introduction to The Great Escape, 1963, featured on TCM's Essentials Jr., Sunday July 22nd at 8pm ET.
Early on, Richard Conte as Reid introduces founder Chuck Dederich (Edmond O'Brien), followed by Eartha Kitt (as Betty,) who testifies on her addiction, from Richard Quine's fact-based Synanon, 1965.
Plenty of gasping as Tony (Ike Eisenmann) flashes some magical powers for the kids at the Children's Home, worrying his sister Tia (Kim Richards) in Disney's Escape to Witch Mountain, 1975.
High-ranking ex-addict Reid (Richard Conte) running the game, with Zankie (Alex Cord), Ben (Chuck Connors) and others, focusing on Joanie (Stella Stevens), sexism not a concern, in Richard Quine's Synanon, 1965.
Tony (Ike Eisemannn) is using a harmonica to draw on a mirror when his sister Tina (Kim Richards) discovers a map hidden in her secret case in Disney's Escape to Witch Mountain, 1975.
Sample of Robert Osborne and Rose McGowan's introduction to The Great Escape, (1963) from TCM's The Essentials.
New arrivals Tony (Ike Eisenmann) and Tia (Kim Richards) deal with a bully (Dermott Downs) and the powerful Mrs. Grindley (Reta Shaw) on their first day at the Children's Home in Escape to Witch Mountain, 1975.
Hilts (Steve McQueen) scopes the security situation by retrieving his baseball, only to get chewed out by Col. von Luger (Hannes Messemer), early in John Sturges' The Great Escape, 1963.
Escape to Witch Mountain -- Clip: Way back, post
The Great Escape -- Trailer for The Great Escape
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