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    Player, The (1992) — I Hope You Don’t Remember Me

    Robert Altman has quasi-villain Peter Gallagher leaving and lead Tim Robbins arriving at an L-A lunch spot, with Burt Reynolds and critic Charles Champlin, the table of studio boss Brion James being ground zero, in a typical episode from his Hollywood satire The Player, 1992.

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Player, The (1992) -- I Hope You Don't...
Robert Altman has quasi-villain Peter Gallagher leaving and...
Player, The (1992) -- I Hope You Don't Remember Me
Robert Altman has quasi-villain Peter Gallagher leaving and lead Tim Robbins arriving at an L-A lunch spot, with Burt Reynolds and critic Charles Champlin, the table of studio boss Brion James being ground zero, in a typical episode from his Hollywood satire The Player, 1992. >
Michael Phillips Intro -- The Player (1992)
Guest host Michael Phillips introduces The Player, 1992.
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Michael Phillips Intro -- The Player (1992)
Guest host Michael Phillips introduces The Player, 1992. >
Player, The (1992) -- She's Booked For The...
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Player, The (1992) -- She's Booked For The Next Two Years
Director Robert Altman still in the opening scene, Griffin (Tim Robbins) visits exec Joel (Brion James), with side-man Walter (Fred Ward), then restaurant cameos for Anjelica Huston and John Cusack, and a better look at rival Larry (Peter Gallagher), early in The Player, 1992. >
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Player (1992)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Player, 1992.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Player...
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Player (1992)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Player, 1992. >
Player, The (1992) -- Nice Boat You Got There
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Player, The (1992) -- Nice Boat You Got There
Tim Robbins as studio exec Griffin Mill believes Kahane (Vincent D’Onofrio) is the screenwriter who’s been sending threatening post cards, offers again to buy him off, leading to a scuffle, director Robert Altman shooting outside the Rialto in South Pasadena, in The Player, 1992. >
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Player, The (1992) -- Touch Of Evil
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Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Player, 1992.
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Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Player (1992)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Player, 1992. >
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