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Thomas Crown Affair, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Windmills Of Your Mind The snazzy opening from director Norman Jewison (and editors Hal Ashby and Ralph Winters), Noel Harrison’s vocal on the hit tune by Michel Legrand and Alan & Marilyn Bergman, leading to title character Steve McQueen interrogating clownish recruit Jack Weston, in The Thomas Crown Affair, 1968.
Thomas Crown Affair, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Blessed Are The Pure In Heart The climax of the elaborate opening bank heist in Boston, Erwin (Jack Weston), the literal bag-man, delivers loot to a suburban cemetery where mastermind and title character Steve McQueen awaits in his Rolls-Royce, in director Norman Jewison’s original The Thomas Crown Affair, 1968.
Cactus Flower (1969) -- (Movie Clip) She's Very Efficient First scene for Ingrid Bergman as nurse Stephanie and Walter Matthau as New York dentist Julian, beginning with a call from the neighbor wanting to tell him his girlfriend (Goldie Hawn, introduced earlier) failed in her slightly kooky suicide attempt, Jack Weston his preoccupied patient, in Cactus Flower, 1969.
Flight Of The Doves (1971) -- (Movie Clip) In English And Gaelic Both Jack Wild and Helen Raye as runaway heirs Derval and Finn, directed by Ralph Nelson, arrive for real at Dublin on a ferry from England, while their greedy stepfather (William Rushton) arrives in pursuit at the airport, met by a policeman (Brendan O’Reilly) and the evil uncle “Hawk” (Ron Moody) impersonating a lawyer, in Flight Of The Doves, 1971.
Flight Of The Doves (1971) -- (Movie Clip) You Don't Have To Be Irish To Be Irish Just fanfare, Ralph Nelson directing, also credited with the lyric as Alph Elson, the music by composer Roy Budd, young stars Jack Wild and Helen Raye romping with local extras and bands, shooting at Phoenix Park in Dublin, in Flight Of The Doves, 1971.
Flight Of The Doves (1971) -- (Movie Clip) We Might Have Made It Disguised now in opposite genders, English runaways Finn and Derval (Jack Wild, Helen Raye) have evaded capture again but think they’re done for and will never reach their Irish grandmother, when good fortune strikes, Dorothy McGuire greeting them, near the climax in Flight Of The Doves, 1971.
Flight Of The Doves (1971) -- (Movie Clip) The Far Off Place English runaways Finn and Derval (Jack Wild, Helen Raye) captured by friendly Irish tinkers, Barry Keegan and as his daughter, Dana, the English-born Irish pop singer who had just won the Eurovision Song Contest, her song here by prodigy Roy Budd and Brendan O’Dbuil, in Flight Of The Doves, 1971.
Shampoo (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Let The Steam Out George (Warren Beatty) has just finished doing a cut for former girlfriend Jackie (Julie Christie) and decides to get friendly when Lester (Jack Warden), her current lover and his potential financier, who presumes he's gay, turns up, Hal Ashby directing, in Shampoo, 1975.
Oliver! (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Consider Yourself Just the front-end of the mammoth production number from Lionel Bart's "Consider Yourself," featuring Jack Wild (The Artful Dodger) and Mark Lester (title character), from Carol Reed's Dickens-based musical Oliver!, 1968.
Oliver! (1968) -- (Movie Clip) I'd Do Anything The Dodger (Jack Wild), title character (Mark Lester), Nancy (Shani Wallis)and Fagin (Ron Moody) perform Lionel Bart's hit "I'd Do Anything" in Carol Reed's musical version of the Dickens tale, Oliver!, 1968.
Wait Until Dark (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Atmosphere Of Mistrust Con men Carlino (Jack Weston) and Talman (Richard Crenna) realize their ex-partner could not have invited them into this Greenwich Village apartment, just as Roat (Alan Arkin), hunting for a missing doll stuffed with drugs, appears, early in Wait Until Dark, 1967, starring Audrey Hepburn.
Incredible Mr. Limpet, The -- (Movie Clip) I Wish I Were A Fish At a Coney Island picnic, sailor Stickle (Jack Weston) and Bessie (Carole Cook) are ignoring her husband Henry (Don Knotts) who wishes his way into the big transformation, in The Incredible Mr. Limpet, 1964.


Stage Struck (1958) -- (Original Trailer) A young actress makes all the wrong moves trying to break in on Broadway in STAGE STRUCK (1958) starring Susan Strasberg and Henry Fonda, directed by Sidney Lumet.
I Want to Live! - (Original Trailer) The true story of a small-time lady crook who fought to escape the electric chair in I Want to Live! (1958), starring Susan Hayward.
Incredible Mr. Limpet, The - (Original Trailer) A World War II 4-F (Don Knotts) saves the U.S. Navy when he's transformed into a fish in The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964).
Wait Until Dark - (Original Trailer) A blind woman (Audrey Hepburn) fights against drug smugglers who've invaded her home in Wait Until Dark (1967).
Imitation of Life (1959) - (Original Trailer) Two mothers, one white, one black, face problems with their rebellious daughters in Douglas Sirk's Imitation Of Life (1959) starring Lana Turner.
Thomas Crown Affair, The (1968) - (Original Trailer) A bored tycoon (Steve McQueen) turns to bank robbery and courts the insurance investigator (Faye Dunaway) assigned to bring him in.
Oliver! -- (Re-issue Trailer) Six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, went to Oliver! (1968), the musical version of Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist.
Please Don't Eat The Daisies - (Original Trailer) Jean Kerr's book Please Don't Eat The Daisies (1960) was made into this hit film starring Doris Day and David Niven.
Honeymoon Machine, The - (Original Trailer) Two sailors discover a way to beat the roulette tables in a Venice casino in The Honeymoon Machine (1961), starring Steve McQueen.
Cincinnati Kid, The - (Original Trailer) Card sharks try to deal with personal problems during a big game in New Orleans in The Cincinnati Kid (1965), starring Steve McQueen.
Cactus Flower - (Original Trailer) A philandering dentist asks his assistant to help him deal with his latest girlfriend in Cactus Flower (1969) starring Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman and Goldie Hawn.