Ian Mclellan Hunter



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Roman Holiday (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Open, No Sign Of The Strain Following credits confirming the all-location shooting in Rome, Audrey Hepburn in her de-facto debut, the princess of a pointedly not-named country, beginning her Academy Award-winning performance, opening William Wyler's Roman Holiday, 1953, co-starring Gregory Peck.
Roman Holiday (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Care To Make A Statement? The ending of the escape from official guest quarters by visiting Princess Anne (Audrey Hepburn), only beginning to feel the effect of a sleep medication, and the introduction of reporter Joe (Gregory Peck) and buds, especially cameraman Irving (Eddie Albert), in William Wyler's Roman Holiday. 1953.
Roman Holiday (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Did You Bring Me Here By Force? American reporter Joe (Gregory Peck) awakens Princess Anne (Audrey Hepburn), whose minders consider missing, but whom he in fact rescued, roaming the city while on sleep medication, not revealing that he knows who she is, in Roman Holiday, 1953.
Dream Of Kings, A (1969) -- (Movie Clip) No Lion Is Ever Free Home after dawn from a night’s gambling, Chicago Greek-American Matsoukas (Anthony Quinn) joins his sleeping family, including son Stavros (Radames Pera), whom we learn has been ill, interrupted eventually by wife Calliope (Irene Papas), in Daniel Mann’s A Dream Of Kings, 1969.
Dream Of Kings, A (1969) -- (Movie Clip) There's Nothing To Face Jousting with his mother-in-law (Tamara Daykrhanova), Chicago Greek-American gambler and un-schooled professional counselor Matsoukas (Anthony Quinn) learns from wife Calliope (Irene Papas) that the doctor (James Dobson) has bad news about their ailing son, in A Dream Of Kings, 1969.
Roman Holiday (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Little News Events News service reporter Bradley (Gregory Peck), looking to bluff his boss Hennessy (Hartley Power) into believing he didn't sleep through the press conference with the visiting princess, doesn't yet realize she's the girl (Audrey Hepburn) now stashed in his apartment, in Roman Holiday, 1953.
Roman Holiday (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Scooter Princess Anne (Audrey Hepburn) doesn't know that reporter Joe (Gregory Peck) and his photographer buddy (Eddie Albert) know her true identity, and they don't expect her to drive the scooter, thus this famous on-location romp, largely with stunt riders, in William Wyler's Roman Holiday, 1953.
Second Chorus (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Been Wanting To Meet You Fred Astaire as a college band leader is arrested by the gaze of Paulette Goddard, the future wife of his equally attentive partner and rival Burgess Meredith, her being briefly on the arm of Frank Melton as "Stu,", the flirtatious opening of H.C. Potter's Second Chorus, 1940.
Slightly Dangerous (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Jumbo Banana Split After winning a prize for punctuality in her dead-end soda fountain job, Peggy (Lana Turner) makes a bet with pal Mitzi (Pamela Blake), impressing customers but running afoul of the new boss (Robert Young), early in Slightly Dangerous, 1943, directed by Wesley Ruggles.
Woman Of Distinction, A (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Blood Rare Having met briefly at the station, Brit professor Alec (Ray Milland) and college president Susan (Rosalind Russell) in the dining car, not aware they're both the subjects of a newspaper scandal, in A Woman Of Distinction, 1950.
Woman Of Distinction, A (1950) -- (Movie Clip) No Room For Romance Following a narrated introduction, college president Susan (Rosaling Russell) with professor Simone (Francis Lederer), then co-star Ray Milland's first scene, with a big Lucille Ball cameo, in Columbia's A Woman Of Distinction, 1950.


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