Stuart Millar



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Birdman Of Alcatraz, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) I Wrote A Book About This Man First a recorded Alcatraz tour promotion, then Edmond O’Brien, playing Tom Gaddis, who wrote the underlying book, unusually, addressing the camera, as we meet the title character (Burt Lancaster as Robert Stroud), and tough warden Shoemaker (Karl Malden), opening John Frankenheimer’s The Birdman Of Alcatraz, 1962.
Birdman Of Alcatraz, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) It's Katie Bar The Door Already jailed at Leavenworth for one murder, after killing a prison guard who helped prevent his mother’s visit, title character Burt Lancaster is visited by warden Shoemaker (Karl Malden), then Edmond O’Brien’s narration, then the first appearance as Thelma Ritter as mother Elizabeth, in The Birdman Of Alcatraz, 1962.
Birdman Of Alcatraz, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) You Little Runt Now sentenced to life in solitary at Leavenworth, things look bleak for Stroud (Burt Lancaster), observed by guard Ransom (Neville Brand), when a storm delivers the first bird he would adopt, in John Frankenheimer’s fact-based The Birdman Of Alcatraz, 1962.
Little Big Man (1970) -- (Movie Clip) My Gunfighter Period Jack (Dustin Hoffman), with intermittent narration recalling his gunfighting career, meets the sensible Wild Bill Hickock (Jeff Corey), in Arthur Penn's revisionist Western Little Big Man, 1970, from the Thomas Berger novel.
Little Big Man (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Good Day To Die Dustin Hoffman (title character, also narrating), after a massacre, assures his Indian adoptive father Old Lodge Skins (Chief Dan George) he's ready to fight, then gets captured and meets Rev. Pendrake (Thayer David) in Arthur Penn's Little Big Man, 1970.
Best Man, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Used By The Commies Candidate Russell (Henry Fonda) and staff watch the first appearance of Cliff Robertson as "Senator Cantwell," the main opponent for the presidential nomination, early in director Franlkin Schaffner's The Best Man, 1964, from Gore Vidal's play and screenplay.
Young Doctors, The (1961) -- (Movie Clip) These Promises I Make Freely Nifty opening, microbes and graphics, the friendly voice offering pieces of the Hippocratic Oath is Ronald Reagan, some kid named Hal Ashby gets an editing credit, from The Young Doctors, 1961, with Fredric March and Ben Gazzara.