Robert E. Relyea


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Bullitt (1968) - Car Chase Just the early part of the famous chase, as cop Steve McQueen (title character) in the Mustang turns the tables the hit men (John Aprea, Paul Genge) in the Dodge Charger, in a geographically incoherent San Francisco, in Bullitt, 1968.
Bullitt (1968) - He Put In A Lot Of Change Delgetti (Don Gordon) and Bullitt (Steve McQueen, title character) do the textbook good-cop/bad-cop on a hotel clerk (Al Checco) as they re-trace the steps of their mob witness, leading to a visit with San Francisco cabbie Weissberg (Robert Duvall), in Peter Yates’ Bulllitt, 1968.
Bullitt (1968) - We're Babysitting Delivered by his plainclothes detective crew (Don Gordon, Carl Reindel), Steve McQueen (title character) at the Pacific Heights, San Francisco home of politician Chalmers (Robert Vaughn), who’s hosting a fundraiser and has an assignment, early in director Peter Yates’ Bullitt, 1968.
Day Of The Dolphin, The (1973) - Care And Feeding DeMilo (Fritz Weaver) has just told scientist Terrell (George C. Scott) that there's a risk of losing his funding, so he decides to reveal what he's gotten his dolphins to do, a big story point, in Mike Nichols' The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
Day Of The Dolphin, The (1973) - Total Physical Sensation Opening sequence, in which the circumstances of leading man George C. Scott's speech are not revealed, Paul Sorvino among the observers in cut-aways, from Buck Henry's screenplay with Mike Nichols directing, in The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
Day Of The Dolphin, The (1973) - I Make Friends Easily Until now Mahoney (Paul Sorvino) has been seen lurking in backgrounds, here he has engaged DeMilo (Fritz Weaver), head of the institute behind the research Terrell (George C. Scott, with his wife Trish Van Devere playing his wife) is conducting, in Mike Nichols' The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.

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