The Arrangement movie trailer - starring Keith Davis, Billy James, Keskhemnu, Billie James. Genre: Comedy
She died at 19. Five hundred years later, her legend still lives. A movie which lends a voice to the story of Joan of Arc. She was a special young girl at a tumultuous time in her country's history. She brought interesting religious and ethical questions to the surface and she was centuries before her time, in more ways than one.
In 1870s Pennsylvania, an undercover detective joins a violent group of Irish coal miners fighting to improve working conditions.
An advertising executive (Kirk Douglas) has a mid-life breakdown in Elia Kazan's The Arrangement (1969).
Executive spouse Florence (Deborah Kerr) rages at shrink Liebman (Harold Gould), treating her suicide-survivor husband Eddie (Kirk Douglas), then joins his nightmare-flashback, featuring Gwen (Faye Dunaway), his co-worker and mistress, tricks by director Elia Kazan, in The Arrangement, 1969.
A couple of minutes into writer, producer and director Elia Kazan's stylized opening, advertising executive Eddie (Kirk Douglas) becomes irrational on an L-A freeway, his wife Florence (Deborah Kerr) in the aftermath, opening The Arrangement
The Arrangement -- Kirk Douglas and Faye Dunaway headline in this high-pitched story of a successful executive who is forced to confront the realities of his complicated life.
The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc -- The year is 1429. France is in political and religious turmoil as members of the royal family battle for the crown. But one peasant girl emerges bearing a message that wins the hearts of her countrymen and the throne for her king.
The Arrangement -- Open-ended Trailer from Warner Brothers Pictures
The Molly Maguires were a secret organization of Irish coal miners established in nineteenth century Pennsylvania to fight oppressive mineowners. Led by Jack Kehoe (Sean Connery), they plant dynamite to destroy plant shafts and equipment. As character James McParlan, Richard Harris portrays real life Pinkerton Detective James McParland who was employed to infiltrate the Mollies.
Kehoe and McParlan are working class immigrants from Ireland with essentially the same aspiration - advancement in the new society to which they have come. McParlan coldly betrays the group whose leader he has befriended and Kehoe kills to advance his cause. McParlan also develops a romantic interest in Mary Raines, but she ends up offended by his treachery.
Awaiting execution, Kehoe tells his erstwhile ally that no punishment short of hell can redeem his treachery; Detective McParlan retorts that in that case, 'See you in hell.'
Often funny chronicle of the romance of a middle-aged couple that takes a tragic turn. Matthau and Burnett play off each other with a sour frumpy charm Page got an Oscar nomination for her turn as the sharp-tongued humorous foil to the storyline.
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