David Quaid


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Pretty Poison (1968) - You Don't Doubt Me? Tremendous freak out by Dennis (Anthony Perkins) at work in the lumber mill, chewed out by boss Dick O'Neill, edited by William Ziegler with images of Tuesday Weld, from director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Pretty Poison (1968) - Sorry, That's Classified Paroled patient Dennis (Anthony Perkins) is working his secret agent spell with plausible machismo on high schooler Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld) in an early scene from director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Pretty Poison (1968) - The CIA Does Cover This? Fake secret agent Dennis (Anthony Perkins) is looking to impress his high-schooler girlfriend Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld) by letting her help sabotage the lumber mill, when she unexpectedly raises the stakes, in director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Pretty Poison (1968) - No Place At All For Fantasies Anthony Perkins as Dennis seems a lot like Norman Bates, as he's lectured and released by counselor Azenauer (John Randolph), then goes on to observe co-star Tuesday Weld, as drill-teamer Sue-Anne, opening director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Pretty Poison (1968) - Lascivious Carriage Mischievous parolee Dennis (Anthony Perkins) is talking crime with short-order cook Pete (Joseph Bova) when Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld), whom he's been kind of stalking, initiates their fateful first meeting, in director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Pretty Poison (1968) - Ice Cold Nerves Spiky conversation between Mrs. Stepanek (Beverly Garland) and daughter Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld) when her scheme to pass date Dennis (Anthony Perkins) off as a family friend falters, in director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Pretty Poison - Credits, Sue Ann Tuesday Weld (as drill-teamer Sue Ann) in her memorable first appearance, Dennis (Anthony Perkins) observing, as the credits roll in the second scene from director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Swimmer, The (1968) - Gorgeous Pool Now committed to the idea of "swimming home," Ned (Burt Lancaster) sneaks up on Betty (Kim Hunter), later joined by her husband Howard (Charles Drake), in The Swimmer, 1968, from a John Cheever story.
Swimmer, The (1968) - Race Middle-aged suburbanite Ned (Burt Lancaster), first with subjective camera, then in a footrace with what looks like a thoroughbred, traversing the Connecticut countryside in The Swimmer, 1968, from a John Cheever story.

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