Elliott Reid


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The Whip Hand - Lobby Card
Here is a Lobby Card from RKO's The Whip Hand (1951), directed by William Cameron Menzies. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

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Movie Clip

Son Of Flubber (1963) - Desire√® De La Whatever Inventor-professor Ned (Fred MacMurray) and wife Betsy (Nancy Olson) are already tangling as she announces that her old flame (Elliott Reid) is coming to dinner, for unspecified reasons, and surprised when he brings Desireè (Joanna Moore), too, in Walt Disney's Son Of Flubber, 1963.
Inherit The Wind (1960) - That's Evolution For You Drummond (Spencer Tracy), based on lawyer Clarence Darrow, with Gene Kelly his newsman sidekick, arrives at the rural hotel where he meets both Mrs. (Florence Eldridge) and his opponent Mr. Brady (Fredric March) who are, it turns out, old friends, before the evolution trial, in Inherit The Wind, 1960.
Absent-Minded Professor, The (1961) - Let's Open Her Up! Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) takes his dog Charlie for a flight in his flubber-powered Model-T and drops in on girlfriend Betsy (Nancy Olson) in Disney's The Absent-Minded Professor, 1961.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) - Squeezing A Goat Dorothy (Jane Russell) catches Ernie (Elliott Reid) taking snaps of Lorelei (Marilyn Monroe) in private conversation with "Piggy" (Charles Coburn), the girls then plotting what to do, on the ship to Paris, in Howard Hawks' Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953.
Thrill Of It All, The (1963) - It's Not Very Fulfilling Doc Gerald (James Garner) finds wife Bev (Doris Day) in the basement with the guy from the soap company (Elliott Reid) who's made an astronomical offer to her to become their new TV pitch lady, further discussion ensuing, in The Thrill Of It All , 1963, story and screenplay by Carl Reiner and Larry Gelbart.
Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed? - Doctor Adam Allison Hayes and Richard Conte play the couple rescued by wise "Doctor Adam" (Dean Martin, as actor Jason Steel) in the TV-show-within-a-movie scene at the opening of Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed, 1963.

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