A researcher for the CIA uncovers traitors in the organization when he becomes the sole survivor of a mass murder. Exciting script and performances!
Inspired by Arlo Guthrie's autobiographical hippie ode. Both funny and poignant incidents blend together in one of the best films about the '60's counterculture!
A CIA researcher uncovers top secret information and finds himself marked for death in Three Days of the Condor (1975).
Trailer for Alice's Restaurant.
Arlo Guthrie's song is converted into a motion picture. Arlo goes to see Alice for Thanksgivng and as a favor takes her trash to the dump. When the dump is closed, he drops it on top of another pile of garbage at the bottom of a ravine. When the local sheriff finds out a major manhunt begins. Arlo manages to survive the courtroom experience but it haunts him when he is to be inducted into the army via the draft. The movie follows the song with Arlo's voice over as both music and narration.
Tail end of the credits, Turner (Robert Redford) enters what appears to be the Literary Historical Society in Manhattan, joining colleagues including girlfriend Janice (Tina Chen), opening Sydney Pollack's Three Days Of The Condor, 1975.
In the Brooklyn Heights apartment of ski enthusiast Kathy (Faye Dunaway), just abducted by hunted CIA bookworm Turner (Robert Redford), seeking safe haven and selling his bona fides, in Sydney Pollack's Three Days Of The Condor, 1975.
Manhattan CIA analyst Turner, a.k.a. 'Condor,' (Robert Redford), ordered to stay of sight after the slaughter of his colleagues, calls for support, reaching Higgins (Cliff Robertson), early in Sydney Pollack's Three Days Of The Condor, 1975.
Turner (Robert Redford) has slipped out to fetch lunch when Joubert (Max Von Sydow) and thugs enter the CIA-front Literary Historical Society in Manhattan, Janice (Tina Chen) their last victim, in Sydney Pollack's Three Days Of The Condor, 1975.
Part two of the draft board adventure as Arlo (Guthrie) is sent to 'Group W,' where M. Emmet Walsh is the officer in charge, from Arthur Penn's Alice's Restaurant, 1969.
Pete Seeger is visiting hospitalized Woody Guthrie (played by Joseph Noble) this time, performing 'Pastures of Plenty' and 'The Car Song,' when son Arlo drops by, in Arthur Penn's Alice's Restaurant, 1969.
Arlo (Guthrie), back in New York on a gig, meets teenage groupie Reenie (Shelley Plimpton) who takes him home, but he doesn't want to catch her cold, in a touching scene from Arthur Penn's Alice's Restaurant, 1969.
A bundled Joni Mitchell performs 'Songs to Aging Children' at the snowy funeral for 'Shelly,' with Alice (Pat Quinn), Ray (James Broderick) and friends attending in Arthur Penn's Alice's Restaurant, 1969.
Arlo Guthrie (playing himself) visits his dying folksinger father Woody (played by Joseph Boley) and mother Marjorie (Sylvia Davis) in a New York hospital in Arthur Penn's Alice's Restaurant, 1969.
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