Robert Hauser


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Frisco Kid, The (1979) -- (Movie Clip) God Made Me A Rabbi Robbed by grifters in Philadelphia, found by benevolent Amish farmers, Polish rabbi Avram (Gene Wilder) gets a kindly sendoff from the elders (Walter Janowitz, Henry Rowland), heading to his new congregation in 1850 San Francisco, in The Frisco Kid, 1979, also starring Harrison Ford.
Frisco Kid, The (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Oy Gevalt! Cowboy Tommy (Harrison Ford) has reluctantly joined rabbi Avram (Gene Wilder), come from Poland and trying to reach the San Francisco congregation that sent for him, together exploring some crude language and some unexpected action, in The Frisco Kid, 1979.
Man Called Horse, A (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Vow To The Sun The part everybody talked about, the gnarly (if not altogether confirmed in history) "Vow To The Sun" ritual in which English Morgan (Richard Harris) goes through an initiation administered by his Sioux brothers, whereupon he trips out hippie-style, in A Man Called Horse, 1970.
Man Called Horse, A (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Open, I'd Be Shooting Grouse Something like a disclaimer, or a tease, relating to what became a notorious scene, then an evocative credit sequence and the introduction of Richard Harris in the title role, a wayward English nobleman, Dub Taylor a sidekick, in director Elliott Silverstein’s A Man Called Horse, 1970.
Man Called Horse, A (1970) -- (Movie Clip) You Horrible Old Hag! Spring has come, captured English Morgan (Richard Harris) doing better with his Sioux brethren, to the point that he propositions Running Deer (Corinna Tsopei) while picking flowers, gets counsel from fellow captive Batiste (Jean Gascon), then told off by Buffalo Cow Head (Judith Anderson), in A Man Called Horse, 1970.
Man Called Horse, A (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Buffalo Cow Head Sioux chief Yellow Hand (Manu Tupou) returning from a lengthy raid, observes Buffalo Cow Head (Judith Anderson), grieving over her son who was killed along the way, and offers her the captured Engilshman (Richard Harris), tribe members feuding all the while, in A Man Called Horse, 1970.
Odd Couple, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Little Green Ones Oscar (Walter Matthau) and poker pals (Herb Edelman, John Fiedler, David Sheiner, Larry Haines) pretending they don't know Felix (Jack Lemmon) is suicidal over his failing marriage, early in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple, 1968.
Odd Couple, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Sinus Condition Now seeking consolation from Oscar (Walter Matthau), booted husband Felix (Jack Lemmon) explains himself in a Manhattan cafe, in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple, 1968.