Chamberlin And Hines


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Girl Without a Room (1933)
Apache team

Life Events

Photo Collections

Zardoz - Movie Poster
Zardoz - Movie Poster
Point Blank - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are a few shots taken behind-the-scenes during production of Point Blank (1967), directed by John Boorman and starring Lee Marvin and Angie Dickinson.

Videos

Movie Clip

Having A Wild Weekend (1965) - To Kill The Cat Shooting at the Ministry Of Defence urban-warfare training site at the evacuated village of Imber, Wiltshire, Dave Clark (of the featured Dave Clark Five) as stunt-man Steve (who had worked as a stunt-man before his band took off) with semi-girlfriend model Dinah (Barbara Ferris) getting odd feedback from dazed early-hippie Yeano (Ronald Lacey) and his friends, decides to split, just as the army arrives, in Having A Wild Weekend, 1965.
Hope And Glory (1987) - What Are All The Pink Bits? The first scenes at school in bomb-damaged World War II London, Bill (Sebastian Rice Edwards, his character based on writer-director John Boorman) and his sister (Geraldine Muir) arrive late, and the headmaster (Gerald James) and a teacher (Barbara Pierson) take strident measures, in Hope And Glory, 1987.
Deliverance (1972) - Downstream Would Be A Good Idea City dwellers Lewis (Burt Reynolds) and Ed (Jon Voight) find the river, then less-experienced partners Drew (Ronny Cox) and Bobby (Ned Beatty) join them as they launch their canoes, John Boorman directing from the ever-profane script by the novelist James Dickey, early in Deliverance, 1972.
Deliverance (1972) - The System's Gonna Fail Still in their first afternoon on the north-Georgia river, Lewis (Burt Reynolds) with Bobby (Ned Beatty) and Ed (Jon Voight) with Drew (Ronny Cox), mark their first successful run and share some private moments, in John Boorman’s film from James Dickey’s novel, Deliverance, 1972.
Having A Wild Weekend (1965) - Meat For Go Dave, leader of the band playing stunt-man "Steve," off to work with the rest of the Dave Clark Five, director John Boorman spoofing an ad campaign featuring his not-girlfriend Dinah (Barbara Ferris), early in Having A Wild Weekend, 1965.
Having A Wild Weekend (1965) - Catch Us If You Can The first scene from director John Boorman in his first film, introducing the Dave Clark Five, with their hit tune and morning workout, not so silly in that they play stunt men, singer Mike Smith first on the trampoline, from Having A Wild Weekend, 1965.
Passage To India, A (1984) - Chandrapore 12 A scene not from the E.M. Forster but from director David Lean’s derived screenplay, working on location, Adela (Judy Davis) has just decided against marrying her fiancè, the magistrate she’s come to India to visit, and undertakes a bicycle ride, wild with suggestion, in A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) - I Thought She Was A Ghost Adela (Judy Davis), visiting from England and determined to experience something of the “real India,” is conversing with Dr. Aziz (Victor Banerjee) and scholar Professor Godbole (Alec Guiness) when her fiancè, colonial judge Ronny (Nigel Havers) appears, finding everything inappropriate, in David Lean’s A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) - The Viceroy's On Board Director David Lean’s screenplay takes a predictably cinematic grip on the E.M. Forster novel, introducing Judy Davis as Adela Quested in1920’s London, Peter Hughes the P&O man, Peggy Ashcroft, as Mrs. Moore, mother of her betrothed, opening A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) - I Give Any Englishman Two Years Director David Lean finishes the train journey to fictional interior Chandrapore, introducing Nigel Havers as colonial official Ronny, greeting his mother (Peggy Ashcroft), his betrothed Adela (Judy Davis), his boss (Richard Wilson), then two locals central to the E.M. Forster story, Victor Banerjee and Art Malik, in A Passage To India, 1984.
Deliverance (1972) - You Play A Mean Banjo! Trying to arrange the delivery of their vehicles downstream, Drew (Ronny Cox) takes up the famous banjo-guitar duet, Billy Redden the partner, canoe trippers Burt Reynolds, Jon Voight and Ned Beatty observing, banjo recording by the composer Eric Weissberg, early in John Boorman’s Deliverance, 1972.
Point Blank (1967) - I'm Glad You're Not Dead Lots of sound and editing flash as Walker (Lee Marvin, speaking not a word) finds his wife Lynne (Sharon Acker), who sided with his robbery partner who double-crossed and shot him, in an early scene from John Boorman's revenge-thriller Point Blank, 1967.

Trailer

Death on the Nile - (Original Trailer) Hercule Poirot (Peter Ustinov) investigates the murder of an heiress during an Egyptian tour in Agatha Christie's Death on the Nile (1978).
Crest of the Wave - (Original Trailer) An American demolitions expert (Gene Kelly) creates waves when he heads a British Royal Navy project in Crest of the Wave (1954).
Zardoz - (Original Trailer) In the far future, a savage (Sean Connery) trained only to kill finds a way into the community of bored immortals that alone preserves humanity's achievements in Zardoz (1974) directed by John Boorman.
Passage to India, A - (Original Trailer) A false rape charge threatens British-Indian relations in director David Lean's last movie, A Passage to India (1984).
Deliverance - (Pan-and-scan trailer) Four city businessmen find danger and death in the Georgia backwoods in John Boorman's Deliverance (1972) starring Burt Reynolds and Jon Voight.
Romeo and Juliet (1968) - (Wide release Trailer) Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting are Shakespeare's ill-starred teens in Franco Zeffirelli's movie of Romeo and Juliet (1968).
Othello (1965) - (Original Trailer) Laurence Olivier stars as Shakespeare's Othello (1965) with Maggie Smith as Desdemona and Frank Finlay as Iago.
Murder on the Orient Express - (Original Trailer) Belgian detective Hercule Poirot investigates the murder of a mysterious businessman on a train ride in Murder on the Orient Express (1974)starring Albert Finney.
Point Blank - (Original Trailer) A gangster plots an elaborate revenge on the wife and partner who did him dirt in Point Blank (1967) starring Lee Marvin & Angie Dickinson.
Damn The Defiant! - (Original Trailer) Mutiny threatens His Majesty's warship during the war against Napoleon in Damn The Defiant! (1962) starring Alec Guinness.

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