Jack Kirkland


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Mandingo (1975) -- (Movie Clip) On This Plantation Out of the credits with the end of Muddy Waters’ recording of the original theme song by Maurice Jarre and Hi Tide Harris, James Mason as plantation owner Maxwell, Paul Benedict as slave trader Brownlee, Ji-Tu Cumbuka as Cicero and Perry King as son Hammond, with foul language typical of the controversial box-office hit Mandingo, 1975.
Mandingo (1975) -- (Movie Clip) The New Mrs. Maxwell In pre-Civil War New Orleans, Perry King as plantation owner Hammond, Susan George his cousin and new bride Blanche, whom we understand to have been raped by her brother while a pre-teen, with unusually direct and explicit language, in the controversial box office hit Mandingo, 1975.
Mandingo (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Slaves & Mules Impressive period staging, Richard Fleischer directing, the introduction of heavyweight ex-champ Ken Norton as slave Mede, prized as a specimen of the Mandinka ethnic group, noted in the title, nasty language as Hammond (Perry King) bids against a German (Rosemary Tichenor), in Mandingo, 1975.
Now And Forever (1934) -- (Movie Clip) You Said That In Vienna Henry Hathaway directing opening of exposition and character sketch, Gary Cooper and Carole Lombard in Shanghai are Jerry and Toni, American con artists faced with a challenging hotel bill, Tetsu Komai the manager, in Paramount’s Now And Forever, 1934, co-starring Shirley Temple.
Now And Forever (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Are You A Good Sailor? Globe-trotting con man Jerry (Gary Cooper) at the estate of his late wife’s brother, waiting to hear whether he’ll get his asking price for custody of his daughter Penny (Shirley Temple), meets her for the first time since infancy, in Paramount’s Now And Forever, 1934, co-starring Carole Lombard.
Now And Forever (1934) -- (Movie Clip) You Just Won't Listen Ostensibly reformed con man Jerry (Gary Cooper), now selling real estate on the French Riviera, acting on instructions from wife Toni (Carole Lombard), picks up daughter Penny (Shirley Temple), visiting with Mrs. Crane (Charlotte Granville), who doesn’t know she’s his next mark, in Now And Forever, 1934.