Arnold Schulman


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Hole in the Head, A (1959) -- (Movie Clip) A Couple Dollars! Hotel owner Tony (Frank Sinatra) and older brother Mario (Edward G. Robinson) move from friendly to furious in a discussion about money in director Frank Capra's A Hole in the Head, 1959.
Hole In The Head A (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Water's Good For You Brother Mario (Edward G. Robinson), with wife Sophie (Thelma Ritter), is too candid as he introduces widow Eloise (Eleanor Parker) to his brother, cash-strapped Miami hotel owner and single dad Tony (Frank Sinatra), Eddie Hodges the kid, Frank Capra directing, in A Hole In The Head, 1959.
Hole In The Head, A (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Catch Me On The Ninth Wave Various states of undress for Carolyn Jones as Shirl, divorceè girlfriend of single dad Tony (Frank Sinatra), who’s also her landlord and owner of a struggling Miami Beach hotel, discussing his options, including seeking funds from his grumpy brother, early in Frank Capra’s A Hole In The Head, 1959.
Cimarron (1960) -- (Movie Clip) You're Gonna Get Buried Here Bustle on April 21, 1889, eve of the Oklahoma Land Rush, Yancey and Sabra (Glenn Ford, Maria Schell) meet his old friends the Peglers (Robert Keith, Aline MacMahon) and intervene as Yountis (Charles McGraw) and thugs hassle an Indian (Ben Red Feather) and family, also Harry Morgan as Jesse, in Cimarron, 1960.
Cimarron (1960) -- (Movie Clip) All Them Too-Sooners Rolling from Kansas for the 1889 Oklahoma Land Rush, newlyweds Yancey and Sabra (Glenn Ford, Maria Schell) meet the Wyatt’s (Arthur O’Connell, Mercedes McCambridge) and brood, and John Pickard the cavalry captain organizing the event, in producer Edmund Grainger’s Cimarron, 1960.
Cimarron (1960) -- (Movie Clip) What Would We Want A Farm For? Tail end of the Land Rush of 1889, Dixie (Anne Baxter), whom we suppose to be an old girlfriend of settler Yancey “Cimarron” Cravat (Glenn Ford), beats him to his chosen spot, and he returns to tell wife Sabra (Maria Schell) he’s got a new idea for their Oklahoma livelihood, in Cimarron, 1960.
Cimarron (1960) -- (Movie Clip) They Called It Oklahoma Text opens the Edna Ferber novelization of the settlement of Oklahoma, introducing Kansas City immigrant Sabra Venable (Maria Schell) and parents (Ivan Triesault, Lili Darvas), who refer us to Glenn Ford, who is Yancey “Cimarron” Cravat, in Anthony Mann’s update of the 1930 Best Picture winner, Cimarron, 1960.
Funny Lady (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Blind Date From an opening sequence with highlights from Funny Girl, 1968, an original tune by John Kander and Fred Ebb, Barbra Streisand reprising her role as Fanny Brice, this time on Depression-era Broadway, co-stars Royce Wallace and Roddy McDowall in support, in Funny Lady, 1975.
Funny Lady (1975) -- (Movie Clip) There's An Act In There Broadway star Fanny Brice (Barbra Streisand, title character) with pal Bobby (Roddy McDowall) assessing finances with Baruch (Larry Gates) when James Caan appears as Billy Rose, who would become Brice’s 2nd husband, in producer Ray Stark’s Funny Girl sequel, Funny Lady, 1975.
Funny Lady (1975) -- (Movie Clip) I Found A Million Dollar Baby The Atlantic City preview of a show by her future husband Billy Rose (James Caan, not seen), Carole Wells among performers having trouble, Barbra Streisand as Fanny Brice, in a famous setting by designer George Jenkins, with a song by Harry Warren, Mort Dixon and Rose, in Funny Lady, 1975.