A group of greedy clowns tear up the countryside in search of buried treasure in It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) featuring an all-star cast including Spencer Tracy, Sid Caesar, Milton Berle & Jonathan Winters.
The opening of Machine Gun McCain, 1970, features a New York mob commission led by Don Francesco (Gabriele Ferzetti) authorizing a San Francisco capo Charlie Adamo (Peter Falk) to execute a hit.
Actors Gena Rowlands and Peter Falk remember working with director John Cassavetes on A Woman Under The Influence (1974) in the TCM original documentary, Edge of Outside (premieres 7/5 at 8 & 11:30 pm ET).
Marian (Barbara Rush) surprises Robbo (Frank Sinatra) by seeking vengeance for the murder of her father Big Jim (Edward G. Robinson) in director Gordon Douglas' Robin and the Seven Hoods, 1964.
Still in the Maltese Falcon segment of Neil Simon's loving Bogart send-up, Peter Falk as San Francisco gumshoe Lou Peckinpaugh, following the murder of his partner, meets Madeline Kahn as multi-phasic Carmen, Mary Astor and many others, in The Cheap Detective, 1978.
Writer and director John Cassavetes' improbable and fascinating opening, Peter Falk, who was the film's main financier, as Nick, with his construction crew, taking a firm and futile stand, in A Woman Under The Influence, 1974, starring Gena Rowlands.
After being cleared in court, Robbo (Frank Sinatra) hits the streets with Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn's signature tune My Kind of Town in Robin and the Seven Hoods, 1964.
Writer Neil Simon now taking his Bogart tribute character Lou Peckinpaugh (Peter Falk) full throttle into the Casablanca mode, introducing David Ogden Stiers, Scatman Crothers, Nicol Williamson the Nazi, but mostly Eileen Brennan as chanteuse Betty DeBoop, in The Cheap Detective, 1978.
Milton Berle and Buddy Hackett appear in this previously unseen commercial created by Stan Freberg for It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963).
Actor Steve Buscemi talks about his experience working with director Robert Altman on Kansas City (1996) in the TCM original documentary, Edge of Outside (premieres 7/5 at 8 & 11:30 pm ET).
Editor Thelma Schoonmaker recalls working with director Martin Scorsese on Raging Bull (1980) in the TCM original documentary, Edge of Outside (premieres 7/5 at 8 & 11:30 pm ET).
Scenes introducing Dick Charleson (David Niven) and wife Nora (Maggie Smith,) then Sidney Wang (Peter Sellers) and son (Richard Narita), summoned to a mysterious gathering, in Neil Simon's Murder By Death, 1976.
Writer Neil Simon opens the follow-up to the genre parody Murder By Death, with schtick for San Francisco cops Vic Tayback and Abe Vigoda, with loose Maltese Falcon elements, setting up for Peter Falk, who'll play the lead in the Bogart tribute mash-up The Cheap Detective, 1978.
From the meal after the emergency overnight shift at the home of construction crew boss Nick (Peter Falk) and Mabel (Gena Rowlands), whose dalliance after he stood her up remains her secret, in A Woman Under The Influence, 1974, written and directed by Rowlands' husband John Cassavetes.
The introduction of the title character, John Cassavetes directs his wife Gena Rolands as Mabel, with her own mother (Lady Rowlands), demonstrating what seems like undue anxiety over a date-night with her husband, early in A Woman Under The Influence, 1974.
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