Director David Lean's remarkable transition, from the opening meeting of Alec Guinness (as General Zhivago) and Rita Tushingham (The Girl) to the dramatic funeral of the young hero's mother, in Doctor Zhivago, 1965.
Jimmy (James Darren) narrates his way to Rio where we meet Rita (Barbara McNair) singing Let's Get Together by Robert B. and Richard M. Sherman from an unlikely position in Jess Franco's Venus in Furs, 1970.
Opening sequence, mom Helen (Dora Bryan) and young Jo (Rita Tushingham), scarpering from their flat in Salford, outside Manchester, from Tony Richardson's A Taste Of Honey, 1962.
Newly paroled Emily (Geraldine Chaplin) at the five and dime tangling with assistant manager Rita (Alfre Woodard) then interviewing with boss Nudd, (Jeff Goldblum), in writer-director Alan Rudolph's Remember My Name, 1978.
The scene introducing the female lead, Natalie Wood as Puerto Rican immigrant Maria, with Rita Moreno as Anita, the girlfriend of her protective brother Bernardo (George Chakiris), leading to a dance sequence by co-director Jerome Robbins, early in West Side Story, 1961.
The show-stopping number for Rita Morena in her Academy Award-winning role as Puerto Rican Anita, George Chakiris similarly honored as her boyfriend Bernardo, the song by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim, in West Side Story, 1961.
Teacher (Eunice Black) reading Keats' Ode To A Nightingale, then attacking pupil Jo (Rita Tushingham), who escapes and meets again sailor Jimmy (Paul Danquah), along the Manchester ship canal, in Tony Richardson's A Taste Of Honey, 1962.
In the underground, Father (Arthur Lowe) finds 17-months pregnant Penelope (Rita Tushingham) with Alan (Richard Warwick), then Nurse (Marty Feldman) examines Lord Fortnum (Ralph Richardson), in Richard Lester's post-nuclear-war comedy The Bed Sitting Room, 1969.
Nice evocation by director Nicholas Ray of the origins of a famous phrase, King Herod (Frank Thring) infuriating his wife (Rita Gam) by demanding a dance from her daughter Salome (Brigid Bazlen), in King Of Kings, 1961.
Following credits, lively opening from director Desmond Davis, Rita Tushingham as Kate describing her life in Dublin, and introducing roommate Baba (Lynn Redgrave), in Girl With Green Eyes, 1964, from the novel and screenplay by Edna O'Brien.
Richard Beymer, George Chakiris, Rita Moreno and Russ Tamblyn discuss their auditions and casting in this featurette on West Side Story.
At a horse auction, high-roller Mailer (Robert Ryan, in his last movie), with wife Rita (Joanna Cassidy), meets Eddie (Robert Duvall) who's pressing for a payoff, in John Flynn's The Outfit, 1973.
Abandoned by her hapless mother, Jo (Rita Tushingham) in her first day working at a shoe shop, meets Geoffrey (Murray Melvin), in Tony Richardson's A Taste Of Honey, 1962.
It's not made clear until well into this scene that Rita (Joanne Woodward) is married to her optometrist Harry (Martin Balsam), early in Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams, 1973, directed by Gilbert Cates.
Rita Moreno and other cast/crew members discuss the direction of West Side Story (1961) which was split between Robert Wise & Jerome Robbins.
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