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Giant (1956) -- (Movie Clip) You Are An Odd One Leslie (Elizabeth Taylor), new bride of Texas rancher Bick, in a forthright talk while on errands with hired hand Jett (James Dean), director George Stevens interjecting a scene with the sister-in-law (Mercedes McCambridge) teaching the downtrodden Angel (Victor Millan) a lesson, in Giant, 1956.
Giant (1956) -- (Movie Clip) So Fascinating And Uncouth After maybe the biggest single leap in time, still before WWII, the Texan Benedict kids have grown up to be Carroll Baker as Luz II, and Dennis Hopper and Fran Bennett as twins Jordan and Judy (Earl Holliman her boyfriend), perplexing their parents Bick and Leslie (Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor), in Giant, 1956.
Giant (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Mr. JETEXAS Himself Christmas time in Texas, early 1940’s, now-patriarchal rancher Bick Benedict (Rock Hudson), with bouncy daughter Luz II (Carroll Baker) receives ex-employee Jett Rink (James Dean), now oil-rich from land willed to him by Bick’s late sister Luz, and is finally willing to discuss drilling on his own land, in Giant, 1956.
Giant (1956) -- (Movie Clip) You're Gonna Meet Some Folks Newlywed Leslie (Elizabeth Taylor) on her first morning at Reata, with rugged sister-in-law Luz (Mercedes McCambridge) whom she’s just met, who sets up a social gauntlet, with husband Bick (Rock Hudson), featuring Monte Hale, Charles Watts and especially Jane Withers as Vashti, Jett (James Dean) brooding, in George Stevens’ Giant, 1956.
Tender Is The Night (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Other Men To Do That In flashback, doctor Dick (Jason Robards Jr.) and psychiatric patient Nicole (Jennifer Jones) on their first outing in Zurich, from Henry King's version of the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel Tender Is The Night, 1962.
Tender Is The Night (1962) -- (Movie Clip) French Riviera Technique not too convincing but an accurate rendering of the first scene of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, introducing Dick (Jason Robards Jr.), Abe (Tom Ewell), Nicole (Jennifer Jones) and Rosemary (Jill St. John), from Tender Is The Night, 1962.
Tender Is The Night (1962) -- (Movie Clip) We Are Not Moralists Entering the flashback, Dick (Jason Robards Jr.) recalls a meeting with boss Dr. Dohlmer (Paul Lukas) and "Baby," (Joan Fontaine) the sister of his patient and future wife, in Tender Is The Night, 1962, from the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel.
Tender Is The Night (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Romantic Eyes At his Riviera villa, Dick Diver (Jason Robards Jr.) entertains starlet Rosemary (Jill St. John), then realizes his wife Nicole (Jennifer Jones) is in trouble, in Tender Is The Night, 1962, from the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel.
Bhowani Junction (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Too Hot In Calcutta Ava Gardner (as Anglo-Indian Victoria) at fictional Bhowani, parts with her British officer lover Col. Savage (Stewart Granger) who's been summoned to Calcutta, as Indian independence approaches, the opening scene preceding the epic flashback, in George Cukor's Bhowani Junction, 1956.
Bhowani Junction (1956) -- (Movie Clip) You Fell In The Black Sea! Observing Col. Savage (Stewart Granger) at work, fiery Victoria (Ava Gardner), with her English father (Edward Chapman), Indian mother (Vida St. Romaine) and overwrought and also mixed-race fiancè Patrick (Bill Travers), debating partition, early in George Cukor's Bhowani Junction, 1956.
Bhowani Junction (1956) -- (Movie Clip) They'll Say You Led The Englishman On British officer McDaniel (Lionel Jeffries) insisted on escorting Anglo-Indian army employee Victoria (Ava Gardner) home during a night of rioting, his intentions becoming clear, witness Ranjit (Francis Matthews) leading her home to his mother (Freda Jackson) in George Cukor’s Bhowani Junction, 1956.
Giant (1956) -- (Movie Clip) I'm A Tough Texian Now Having fainted the day before, bride Leslie (Elizabeth Taylor) making a better show for rancher husband Bick (Rock Hudson), director George Stevens proving the scale of his shoot outside Marfa, twisted sister Luz (Mercedes McCambridge) worrying, James Dean taking orders, in Giant, 1956.