John Cassavetes' devastating drama details the emotional breakdown of a suburban housewife and her family's struggle to save her from herself.
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An Arizona motorcycle cop searches for a killer. A star turn by Blake with much realistic violence!
Take The A Train is the number with Paul Newman and Sidney Poitier pretending to play in the opening to the pretty-much all Ellington jazz movie Paris Blues, 1961, directed by Martin Ritt.
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.
Paul Newman and Sidney Poitier play two jazz musicians blowing cool on the Left Bank in Martin Ritt's Paris Blues (1961).
American jazz-men Eddie (Sidney Poitier) and Ram (Paul Newman) with three French notables, Roger Blin as the Gypsy, Francoise Brion as his girlfriend and Helene Dieudonne as a pusher, from Paris Blues, 1961.
These are the title credits to the 1973 movie Electra Glide in Blue starring Robert Blake as an Arizona cop investigating the murder of a desert hermit.
Jazz ex-pat Ram (Paul Newman) arrives to meet Wild Man Moore (Louis Armstrong) at the train and is pleased to encounter tourists Connie (Diahann Carroll) and Lillian (Joanne Woodward) in Martin Ritt's Paris Blues, 1961.
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.
Director John Cassavetes uses photographs of himself with friends and co-stars Ben Gazzara and Peter Falk in his opening, including a fourth pal, played by David Rowlands, the brother of Cassavetes' wife Gena, whose funeral they attend in the first filmed scene, in Husbands, 1970.
True domestic violence as Harry (Ben Gazzara), philosophical about his marriage after an all-nighter with friends Archie and Gus (Peter Falk and writer-director John Cassavetes), tangles with his wife and mother-in-law (Meta Shaw, Lorraine McMartin), while picking up his passport, in Husbands, 1970.
An Arizona motorcycle cop (Robert Blake) moves to the Homicide Division to solve a hermit's murder in Electra Glide in Blue (1973).
Eddie (Sidney Poitier) conducts Lillian (Joanne Woodward) and Connie (Diahann Carroll) into Marie's Cave where band-mate Ram (Paul Newman) sets the hook with Ellington's Mood Indigo in Paris Blues, 1961.
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