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Petulia (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Road Block Opening with credits and it appears neither director Richard Lester nor later-legendary editor Antony Gibbs was focused on getting much performance from Janis Joplin and her band, more about George C. Scott, title character Julie Christie, and her spouse Richard Chamberlain, at a San Francisco benefit, in Petulia, 1968.
Petulia (1968) -- (Movie Clip) That's Kind Of Sickening Still in the same outfit from their absurd non-sexual encounter the night before, married title-character Julie Christie shows up with the tuba they’d only talked about, at the mod San Francisco apartment of divorcing doctor Archie (George C. Scott), who ends up calling pal Arthur Hill, in director Richard Lester’s stubbornly unorthodox Petulia, 1968.
Petulia (1968) -- (Movie Clip) That's Sex For You Soon to be divorced San Francisco doctor Archie (George C. Scott) returns home to find Julie Christie (title character) beaten to near-death, which will be explained later by director Richard Lester, who now uses Grateful Dead members (Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir) as gawkers, in Petulia, 1968.
Going Home (1971) -- (Movie Clip) He Had This Nervous Stomach One-time professional bowler Harry (Robert Mitchum), paroled after 14 years in prison for murdering his wife in a drunken rage, is now sort-of employing his son Jimmy (Jan-Michael Vincent), whom he’s hardly seen in the intervening years, working on the Jersey shore, looking for common ground, in Going Home, 1971.
Going Home (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Why Do I Prefer Crisco? Recently paroled Jersey-shore ex-con Harry (Robert Mitchum) seems stunned at the appearance of his long-estranged son Jimmy (Jan-Michael Vincent), whose mother he murdered while drunk, at his trailer park, so he lets neurotic girlfriend Jenny (Brenda Vaccaro) handle the hosting, in Going Home, 1971.
Going Home (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Going Back To Pro Bowling? Having tracked his father Harry (Robert Mitchum), a Korean War vet, who’s just been paroled after serving 14 years for murdering his mother (Sally Kirkland), from Pittsburgh to a New Jersey beach town, Jimmy (Jan-Michael Vincent) enters a flashback, in which he’s played by young Jason Bernard, in Going Home, 1971.
Going Home (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Open, She's Always Talking About God Opening in near-horror style, the kid is Jason Bernard, the voice of the judge is not credited, Sally Kirkland is the mother and Robert Mitchum is the villainous father, the director is Herbert B. Leonard, best-known as the producer of VC’s Naked City and the original screenplay by Lawrence B. Marcus, in Going Home, 1971.
Going Home (1971) -- (Movie Clip) He's Been Out Since Last September Having learned that he’s not going to Vietnam, Pittsburgh-area youth Jimmy (Jan-Michael Vincent) decides to visit his father, Robert Mitchum, who’s been in prison for 13 years for killing his mother, their conversations, which may or may not have happened, running in his mind, in Going Home, 1971.
Witness For The Prosecution (1957) -- (Movie Clip) I Never Faint Recuperating Barrister Sir Wilfrid (Charles Laughton) and colleague Brogan-Moore (John Williams), surrendering to nurse Plimsoul (Elsa Lanchester), not immediately expecting the German wife of his new client, Marlene Dietrich as "Mrs. Vole," in Billy Wilder’s Witness For The Prosecution, 1957.
Bigamist, The (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Everything You Hate Apparently legit spouses and business partners Eve (Joan Fontaine) and Harry (Edmond O'Brien) at home in San Francisco, when their already suspicious rep from the adoption agency (Edmund Gwenn) arrives, in The Bigamist, 1953, directed by co-star Ida Lupino.
Bigamist, The (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Glamorous Beverly Hills Having narrated about lonely sales trips to southern California, Harry (Edmond O'Brien) meets Phyllis (Ida Lupino, also the director) on a tour of movie star homes, their co-star Edmund Gwenn featured, in The Bigamist, 1953.
Witness For The Prosecution (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Steady Drip Of Baby Talk Indulgence for the star in the opening act, Sir Wilfrid (Charles Laughton) back from hospital confiding with his man Carter (Ian Wolfe), Miss Plimsoul (Elsa Lanchester, Mrs. Laughton) intruding, in Bill Wilder's film from Agatha Christie's play, Witness For The Prosecution, 1957.


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