Gregory Sandor


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Sisters (1973) - Open, Peeping Toms Ever outrageous and toying with his audience, director and co-writer Brian De Palma’s opening from his early independent feature, Sisters, 1973, with then-provocative fetus images, then Margot Kidder and Lisle Wilson in a scene that is not what it first appears to be.
Sisters (1973) - The Body Is In The Couch! Freelance reporter Grace (Jennifer Salt) watches her novice private eye Larkin (Charles Durning) searching the apartment where she thinks neighbor Danielle (Margot Kidder) killed her lover, when she turns up, but he escapes and shares his (correct!) new theory, in Brian De Palma’s Sisters, 1973.
Ride In The Whirlwind (1972) - Fell On His Knife (Harry) Dean Stanton as “Blind” Dick and his gang, holed up after a robbery, have decided to be friendly with cow-punchers Vern, Otis and Wes (Cameron Mitchell, Tom Filer and Jack Nicholson, who also wrote the script), who are nervous after finding a hanged guy earlier, in Ride In The Whirlwind, 1972.
Ride In The Whirlwind (1972) - Human Fruit After a long prologue in which some other guys robbed a stagecoach, we meet Vern (Cameron Mitchell), Otis (Tom Filer) and Wes (Jack Nicholson, who also wrote the original screenplay) apparently not far away, making a grim discovery, Monte Hellman directing, in Ride In The Whirlwind, 1972.
Ride In The Whirlwind (1972) - What Way To Run Innocent cowhands Wes (Jack Nicholson, also the screenwriter) and Vern (Cameron Mitchell), on the run from a posse that believes they’re robbers, have taken mom Catherine (Katherine Squire) hostage, and must keep daughter Abigail (Millie Perkins) quiet, in director Monte Hellman’s Ride In The Whirlwind, 1972.
Shooting, The (1967) - A Good Friend Shot Dead Little revealed in the credits except that Warren Oates (as “Gashade”) is riding alone and somewhat irritated, when he comes upon traces of maybe nutty Coley (Will Hutchins), opening director Monte Hellman’s The Shooting, 1967, co-produced by co-star Jack Nicholson.
Shooting, The (1967) - I Don't Give A Curly Hair Gashade (Warren Oates) and sidekick Coley (Will Hutchins) are working as trackers for Millie Perkins, who still hasn’t revealed her name or her business, but they were joined the evening before by the taciturn Billy Spear (Jack Nicholson), evidently a hired gun, in Monte Hellman’s The Shooting, 1967.
Shooting, The (1967) - Straight Ahead A Bit To The Right Director Monte Hellman starts taking liberties with the narrative, as Gashade (Warren Oates) has confiscated the gun of goofy Coley (Will Hutchins), who’s friend was murdered by parties unknown, as they are approached by a stranger who turns out to be Millie Perkins, in The Shooting, 1967.
Sisters (1973) - I Got Rid Of Him Before Philip and Danielle (Lisle Wilson, Margot Kidder), who met that night on a game show, have adjourned to her Staten Island apartment, where he notices her ex-husband, who intruded earlier, is standing watch outside, before the real weirdness, in Brian De Palma’s Sisters, 1973.
Sisters (1973) - A Man Is Bleeding To Death! Director Brian De Palma switches on the crazy, as we’ve seen Margot Kidder, whom we thought was unconscious but who maybe has a twin sister, stab lover Philip (Lisle Wilson), and he’s seen groping to the window by neighbor Grace (Jennifer Salt), prompting the split screen and the return of the spooky ex-husband, in Sisters, 1973.
Born Losers, The (1967) - You Bumped Into My Bike Bikers led by Jeremy Slate as "Danny," in their first encounter with a citizen of a California town, William Wellman Jr. his top aide, early in the biker-boom feature directed by and starring Tom Laughlin as vigilante "Billy Jack," in The Born Losers, 1967.
Two-Lane Blacktop - Maybelline "GTO" (Warren Oates) is singing along with Chuck Berry's "Maybelline" when he picks up a hitcher with sexual intentions (Harry Dean Stanton) in director Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.