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Elephant Man, The (1980) -- (Movie Clip) Then Have My Lips A scene which almost certainly never happened, though it might have, London actress Madge Kendal (Anne Bancroft), who did in fact take an interest in John Merrick (John Hurt, title character), pays a friendly visit, with Shakespeare, in David Lynch's The Elephant Man, 1980.
Elephant Man, The (1980) -- (Movie Clip) I Am The Owner Having failed in his first attempt to see the freak-show exhibit, doctor Treves (Anthony Hopkins) returns to the corner of 1884 London where Bytes (Freddie Jones) keeps his meal ticket, John (really Joseph) Merrick (John Hurt), in David Lynch's celebrated The Elephant Man, 1980.
Umbrellas Of Cherbourg, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Too Ugly Or Too Stupid? On location at the Normandy title-town, teen Genevieve (Catherine Deneuve) with boyfriend Guy (Nino Castelnuovo), then at work with mother (Anne Vernon), music by Michel Legrand, lyrics by director Jacques Demy, in the acclaimed sung-through musical The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg, 1964.
Elephant Man, The (1980) -- (Movie Clip) Would You Like To Meet Him? Doctor Treves (Anthony Hopkins) has just secreted his patient Merrick (John Hurt, title character) away in his London hospital, delivering his food when he's waylaid by his boss Gomm (John Gielgud), leaving the nurse (Lesley Dunlop) at risk, in David Lynch's The Elephant Man, 1980.
Elephant Man, The (1980) -- (Movie Clip) Pray To God He's An Idiot Treves (Anthony Hopkins), having gained the cooperation of John Merrick (John Hurt, title character), shows his find to a society of fellow doctors in 1884 London, later conferring with Fox (John Standing), in David Lynch's The Elephant Man, 1980.
Elephant Man, The (1980) -- (Movie Clip) The Face Of An Angel In his first proper social engagement, Merrick (John Hurt, title character) is introduced by doctor Treves (Anthony Hopkins) to his wife (Hannah Gordon), in 1880's London, in David Lynch's The Elephant Man, 1980, based partly on (Sir Frederick) Treves' book.
Frances (1982) -- (Movie Clip) You Have To See Things Vignettes from an afternoon depicting the factual affair between actress Frances Farmer (Jessica Lange) and married playwright Clifford Odets (Jeffrey DeMunn), from Frances, 1982.
Frances (1982) -- (Movie Clip) God Was Gone Jessica Lange as the 16-year old Frances Farmer at home in Seattle, with her scandalous winning essay, support from her mother (Kim Stanley), then meeting fictional Harry York (Sam Shepard), early in Frances, 1982.