Bye Bye Braverman movie trailer - starring George Segal, Jack Warden, Joseph Wiseman, Sorrell Booke, Jessica Walter, Phyllis Newman. Directed by Sidney Lumet. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
Joy House,The French James Dean Alain Delon (Fabio Montale, Rocco and his Brothers) stars as Marc, a small-time con man on the run from a mobster. After seeking refuge in the mansion of the widowed Barbara (Lola Albright) and her curvaceous cousin, Melinda (Jane Fonda), Marc becomes trapped in the passionate snares of both women, who are full of deadly surprises.
Fail Safe movie trailer - starring Henry Fonda, Walter Matthau, Dan O'Herlihy, Fritz Weaver, Edward Binns, Frank Overton. Directed by Sidney Lumet. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
George Clooney and Noah Wyle head an all-star cast in this tense and powerful Cold War thriller performed live on network TV (CBS). An electrical malfunction prevents the Pentagon from stopping a pilot (Clooney) whose jet has been mistakenly ordered to drop nuclear bombs on Russia. Facing world nuclear annihilation the American President (Richard Dreyfus) must choose between an all-out war or the planned nuclear bombing of New York City as compensation.
Dan O'Herlihy, as General Black, features in the nightmare sequence and opening credits to Fail-Safe 1964, directed by Sidney Lumet, starring Henry Fonda and Walter Matthau.
Sandy Dennis has a rough time as a novice teacher in an inner-city school in Up the Down Staircase (1967).
Nuclear expert Groeteschele (Walter Matthau) and worried General Black (Dan O'Herlihy), jousting in the war room as the crisis looms, in Sidney Lumet's Fail-Safe, 1964.
Engineer Knapp (Russell Collins), Colonel Cascio (Fritz Weaver) et al at missile command, Secretary Swenson (William Hansen) presiding in the war room, civilian Groeteschele (Walter Matthau) dominating, in Sidney Lumet's cold-war thriller Fail-Safe, 1964.
First scene for nuclear war theorist Groeteschele (Walter Matthau), holding court at a Washington cocktail party, diplomat Foster (Dana Elcar) objecting, early in Sidney Lumet's Fail-Safe, 1964.
Having just evaded another pack of bill collectors, struggling New York poet Samson Shillitoe (Sean Connery) flees to the apartment where, he discovers, his wife Rhoda (Joanne Woodward), isn't ready to join his escape, in A Fine Madness, 1966.
At his day job shampooing the carpet in an executive office, married poet Samson Shillitoe (Sean Connery) feels no inhibition toward secretary Miss Walnicki (Sue Ane Langdon), in A Fine Madness, 1966, screenplay by Elliott Baker from his acclaimed first novel.
Broke poet Samson Shillitoe (Sean Connery) is a reckless stand-in reader for the matronly Seven Arts Society in New York, requiring a rescue from his waitress wife Rhoda (Joanne Woodward), who got him the gig, in A Fine Madness, 1966, directed by Irvin Kershner.
First scene for translator Buck (Larry Hagman) and the president (Henry Fonda), going underground at the start of the nuclear crisis, consulting with General Bogan (Frank Overton), in Sidney Lumet's Fail-Safe, 1964.
Cousins Bo and Luke Duke and their car "General Lee", assisted by Cousin Daisy and Uncle Jesse, have a running battle with the authorities of Hazzard County (Boss Hogg and Sheriff Coltrane), plus a string of ne'er-do-wells often backed by the scheming Hogg.
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