Celebrity Chef and TCM Guest Programmer Alton Brown joins Robert Osborne for this introduction and commentary on Michaelangelo Antonioni's Blow-Up, 1966.
King Henry VIII (Robert Shaw) and his party pretend their visit to Thomas More (Paul Scofield) is a surprise, his daughter (Susannah York) and wife (Wendy Hiller) acquiescing, in Fred Zinnemann's A Man For All Seasons, 1966.
Austin Powers' favorite scene, the entire encounter between photographer Thomas (David Hemmings) and real-model Veruschka, from Michelangelo Antonioni's fashion-mystery Blow-Up, 1966.
From the opening credits, scenes introducing Ransome (Christopher Reeve), cousin Olive (Vanessa Redgrave), Miss Birdseye (Jessica Tandy), Pardon (Wallace Shawn) and Dr. Prance (Linda Hunt), in the Merchant-Ivory production of Henry James' The Bostonians, 1984.
Opening London milieu and Herbie Hancock music, photographer Thomas (David Hemmings) leaves the flophouse where he's doing research, and meets the rowdy mimes, from Michelangelo Antonioni's Blow-Up, 1966.
Olive (Vanessa Redgrave) at first thrilled to receive new friend Verena (Madeleine Potter), then hurrying her departure when Southern cousin Ransom (Christopher Reeve) arrives, in the Merchant-Ivory 1984 version of Henry James' The Bostonians.
Pivotal moment as Henry (Anthony Hopkins) reveals the death-bed instructions left by his wife, son Charles (James Wilby), his wife Dolly (Susan Lindeman) and daughter Evie (Jemma Redgrave) commenting, in the Merchant-Ivory adaptation of E.M. Forster's Howards End, 1992.
Neurotic artist David Warner (title character), who had agreed to leave London for a vacation, lays traps for his wife Leonie (Vanessa Redgrave), just returning from divorce court, at their posh London home, in Morgan: A Suitable Case For Treatment, 1966, directed by Karel Reisz.
Thomas (David Hemmings) examining his pictures of Jane (Vanessa Redgrave) in the park, realizing he's captured something unusual, in Michelangelo Antonioni's Blow-Up, 1966.
Rapid events as we meet Margaret (Emma Thompson) reading a letter from sister Helen (Helena Bonham Carter) to Aunt Juley (Prunella Scales) then return to the titular house where Paul (Joseph Bennett) revokes his promise, in Howards End, 1992, from Ismail Merchant and James Ivory.
In a flashback, young Lillian Hellman and friend Julia (Susan Jones and Lisa Pelikan) grow up (into Jane Fonda and Vanessa Redgrave) and Hellman's reverie resumes, in Fred Zinnemann's Julia, 1977.
A portion of what turns out to be a critical encounter in the park, Thomas (David Hemmings) taking shots of Jane (Vanessa Redgrave) and her mysterious partner, in Michelangelo Antonioni's Blow-Up, 1966.
Artist Leonardo (Franco Nero) is fantasizing about the recent history of his Italian estate as his agent-paramour Flavia (Vanessa Redgrave) returns, stranger business following, in director Elio Petri's A Quiet Place In The Country, 1969.
Guenevere (Vanessa Redgrave) exits having baffled her husband King Arthur (Richard Harris), who offers Lerner and Loewe's How To Handle A Woman, in director Joshua Logan's Camelot, 1967.
Helen (Helena Bonham Carter) has just returned home from a lecture to sister Margaret (Emma Thompson) and brother Tibby (Adrian Ross-Magenty) when Leonard (Samuel West) arrives seeking his umbrella, in the Merchant-Ivory production of Howards End, 1992.
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