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Days Of Wine And Roses (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Special Qualifications Rebuffed in his attempt to make friends after a bad first meeting, San Francisco party animal and P-R man Joe (Jack Lemmon) expresses his frustration to teetotaling executive secretary Kirsten (Lee Remick), in Blake Edwards Days Of Wine And Roses, 1962.
Days Of Wine And Roses (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Has She Got Class? Director Blake Edwards opens with leading man Jack Lemmon in a San Francisco lounge, with buddy Abe (Roger Barrett), hustling up girls for his boss, in Days Of Wine And Roses, 1962, from J.P. Miller’s teleplay, also starring Lee Remick.
Dear Heart (1964) -- (Movie Clip) The Tomato From Altoona Glenn Ford is salesman Harry, just arrived in New York for his last meeting before he settles into his new executive job, met at the hotel by Peterson (Peter Turgeon), and unexpectedly by Patrick (Michael Anderson Jr.), son of his fianceè, early in Dear Heart, 1964, starring Geraldine Page.
Dear Heart (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Sign It Bimbo Jones Joining director Delbert Mann’s neatly integrated credit sequence, Geraldine Fitzgerald as Evie from Ohio arrives at Grand Central for the postmaster’s convention, having made friends with everyone on the train, not quite meeting co-star Glenn Ford, in Dear Heart, 1964.
Dear Heart (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Phyllis Is Done With Doing Having finally appeared more than 90 minutes into the picture, Angela Lansbury as Phyllis from Altoona is in New York, surprising her salesman fiancè Harry (Glenn Ford), who’s perplexed about her son, and her attitude toward another woman (Geraldine Page), in Dear Heart, 1964.
Dear Heart (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Sometimes I Say Things Too Loud First proper scene between Geraldine Page as single Ohio postmaster Evie and Glenn Ford as engaged salesman Harry, both with some time to kill at their New York hotel, in Delbert Mann’s Dear Heart, 1964.