Satire about a Southern California hairdresser's busy love life. Scathingly funny references to 1960's mores!
A compulsive gambler drives his wife crazy during the course of a lucky streak at the race track. Frantic and occasionally funny!
After undergoing plastic surgery in order to resemble his screen idol, a man opens a detective agency and takes on his first case. Raft's final screen appearance!
After forfeiting his athletic scholarship to pursue an alternate career, a former gymnastics star is inspired to return to competition by a beautiful gymnast.
Early scene, loyal young manager McDermott (Rod Taylor) visits his boss Trent (Melvyn Douglas), owner of the struggling St. Gregory in New Orleans. in Hotel, 1967, from an Arthur Hailey novel.
Quick run through the all-star cast, Richard Conte as detective 'Dupere,' Rod Taylor as manager 'McDermott,' Merle Oberon and Michael Rennie as the scandalized Duke and Duchess, Karl Malden the thief, in Hotel, 1967.
Director Hal Ashby working in the dark, co-writer and producer Warren Beatty and Lee Grant (in her academy award-winning role) his subjects, in the famous opening to Shampoo, 1975, also starring Julie Christie and Goldie Hawn.
Called away from another tryst elsewhere in LA, November 1968, hair stylist George (co-writer and producer Warren Beatty) visits needy Jill (Goldie Hawn, her first scene) at her Laurel Canyon pad, in director Hal Ashby's Shampoo, 1975.
George (Warren Beatty) has just finished doing a cut for former girlfriend Jackie (Julie Christie) and decides to get friendly when Lester (Jack Warden), her current lover and his potential financier, who presumes he's gay, turns up, Hal Ashby directing, in Shampoo, 1975.
The Last Movie -- The Last Movie is a neo-noir thriller. An actress becomes obsessed with the femme fatale character she has been cast to play in a remake of a classic noir film.
Hotel: : -- Clip: A Holiday toast
The Price of Air -- A young pirate radio DJ, in 1981, deals with an opportunity to work for a major radio station, as his friends feel that he is about to 'sell out.'
The Last Movie -- A scene from the noir film THE LAST MOVIE. Actress Elizabeth Seitz after her audition.
The Last Movie -- Producer has acquired the remake rights to a Russian 'noir' movie. He has also acquired the services of writer-director to translate the Russian version into an updated thriller. Ultimately an actress is cast in the part. A madness ensues that turns the making of the remake into a suspense thriller in and of itself.
Hotel: : -- Clip: Opening credits
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