Ted Post


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Ted Post

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Hang 'Em High - I'm An Ex-Lawman! From the long opening scene, Cooper (Clint Eastwood) is in-effect tried by Wilson (Ed Begley) and henchmen (Alan Hale Jr., Bruce Dern, et al) in his first Hollywood Western starring role, in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
Hang 'Em High - Kill The Prophet The alpha and omega of Dennis Hopper's memorable if pointless appearance, as Marshal Bliss (Ben Johnson) is rounding up candidates for hanging, including Cooper (Clint Eastwood), in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970) - Not A Crackle After opening with the almost-exact ending of the original, the sequel proceeds with another American astronaut, Brent (James Franciscus), and his skipper (Tod Andrews) deducing that they’ve crashed on the same planet Taylor (Charlton Heston) found, in Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, 1970.
Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970) - Milk Of Kindness Zira (Kim Hunter) and Cornelius (David Watson) flip when native human Nova (Linda Harrison) delivers just-arrived astronaut Brent (James Franciscus), who's rather like Charlton Heston from the original, boss Zaius (Maurice Evans) joining, in the sequel Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, 1970.
Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970) - It's A City Of Apes! Mute native Nova (Linda Harrison), who can't explain, shows Astronaut Brent (James Franciscus) the apes,with Ursus (James Gregory) urging Zaius (Maurice Evans) and dissenting Zira and (the new!) Cornelius (Kim Hunter, David Watson) to war, in the sequel Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, 1970.
Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970) - Get Out Of My Head! Poking around subterranean New York, astronaut Brent (James Franciscus) finds himself compelled to attack his native human friend Nova (Linda Harrison), the appearance of freaky Gregory Sierra, then Paul Richards, only sort-of explaining, in the sequel Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, 1970.
Baby, The (1973) - Baby's New Worker Windswept-looking Marianna Hill (as sister "Germanine") introduces herself to Ann (Anjanette Comer), the keen new social worker, conferring with mom, Mrs. Wadsworth (Ruth Roman) about the title character (David Manzy) whom, we soon learn, is a most unusual case, early in The Baby, 1973.
Baby, The (1973) - It Should Have Been Me Weird sister Germaine (Marianna Hill) is wondering why the new social worker Ann (Anjanette Comer) is so interested in her brother, a grown man who acts like a baby, and why she referred to her husband in past tense, soon explained, in The Baby, 1973.
Magnum Force - Can You Fly? Several uncredited actors and a moment from Hal Holbrook, as Inspector Callahan (Clint Eastwood) improvises a solution to a hijacking, from the second Dirty Harry movie, Magnum Force, 1973.

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