Gavin Lambert


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Bitter Victory (1957) - What Are You Waiting For? Nazis, Arabs and British commandos in local garb as Brand (Curt Jurgens) and Leith (Richard Burton) lead a raid on a German outpost in North Africa, in Nicholas Ray's Bitter Victory, 1958.
Bitter Victory (1957) - Don't Talk To Me In Riddles The "bitter" part delivered in this scene from Nicholas Ray's Bitter Victory, 1958, in which Leith (Richard Burton), a British officer in WWII Libya, counsels ex-lover Jane (Ruth Roman) on pre-mission psychology for her husband.
Bitter Victory (1957) - Be Quick About It! In North Africa, Welshman Leith (Richard Burton) is left behind, ordered by his superior to oversee death of two mortally wounded soldiers, one German (Raoul Delfosse) and one British (Andrew Crawford), in Nicholas Ray's Bitter Victory, 1958.
Inside Daisy Clover (1966) - I'm Your Most Devoted Fan Budding movie star Daisy (Natalie Wood), with her mother "The Dealer" (Ruth Gordon) at her glorified sanitarium, surprised at a visit from her new movie star friend Wade Lewis (Robert Redford), another inmate (Ottola Nesmith) joining, in Inside Daisy Clover, 1966.
Inside Daisy Clover (1966) - Pretty Hot In There Daisy (Natalie Wood), at home with her mother "The Dealer" (Ruth Gordon) and not sure about becoming a movie star, receives conniving sister Gloria (Betty Harford) and Hollywood mogul Swan (Christopher Plummer), in Inside Daisy Clover, 1965, directed by Robert Mulligan.
Inside Daisy Clover (1966) - The Swan Studios Nervous Daisy (Natalie Wood) on the balcony after mogul Swan (Christopher Plummer) has invited assembled luminaries to watch her debut short, song by Andre and Dory Previn, from Inside Daisy Clover, 1965.
Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone, The (1961) - As You Like It Opening scenes, backstage with the title character Karen (Vivien Leigh), unhappy with her Shakespeare, visited backstage by friends (Viola Keats, Henry McCarty and Coral Browne as journalist "Meg"), in The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone, 1961, from the Tennessee Williams novel.
Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone, The (1961) - Purr For Her The Countess (Lotte Lenya) arrives to her intensely decorated apartment to find Paolo (Warren Beatty, with Italian accent) frustrated with her efforts to connect him with the wealthy title character, in The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone, 1961.
Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone, The (1961) - Is It So Bad To Drift? Paolo (Warren Beatty) has finally won a date with retired American actress Karen (Vivien Leigh), who bumps into old friend journalist Meg (Coral Browne) at a plush restaurant, in The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone, 1961, from the Tennessee Williams novel.

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