Alan Sharp


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Year Of Living Dangerously, The (1982) -- (Movie Clip) Most Of Us Become Children Again Joining director Peter Weir's opening, Linda Hunt in her Academy Award-winning role, playing a guy and narrating as "Billy Kwan," covers the arrival of Australian newsman Hamilton (Mel Gibson), met by native Kumar (Bembol Roco), in 1965 Jakarta, in The Year Of Living Dangerously, 1982.
Year Of Living Dangerously, The (1982) -- (Movie Clip) We Are Divided Men Savvy cameraman Billy (Linda Hunt) brings new pal Australian reporter Hamilton (Mel Gibson) to a club in 1965 Jakarta, introducing Brit officer Henderson (Bill Kerr) and diplomat Jill (Sigourney Weaver), just hints of political tension, in Peter Weir's The Year Of Living Dangerously, 1982.
Last Run, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Was Your Wife Good In Bed? Their main scene in the only movie they made together, husband George C. Scott as semi-retired American getaway driver Harry, and wife Colleen Dewhurst as local hooker Monique, in Portugal, as he prepares for his first job in years, in The Last Run, 1971, directed by Richard Fleischer.
Last Run, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Get In The Back Action sequence by director Richard Fleischer, on location in Spain, George C. Scott as hired getaway driver Harry, observing as an accident is staged to create a diversion so that convicted hit-man Paul (Tony Musante) can escape from a prison bus, in The Last Run, 1971.
Last Run, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Make Me Your Straight Man Veteran getaway driver Harry (George C. Scott), who’s been hired by a third party to help convict Paul (Tony Musante) escape from prison in Spain, isn’t happy when he diverts them to a rural hotel to pick up his girlfriend (Trish Van Devere, the future Mrs. Scott), in The Last Run, 1971.
Night Moves (1975) -- (Movie Clip) She Likes Big Guys Ex-jock LA P-I Harry (Gene Hackman) with pal Nick (Kenneth Mars) picks up a tape with background on his client and her runaway daughter, listening as he drives to meet his wife (Susan Clark) after an Eric Rohmer movie, making an unpleasant discovery, in Arthur Penn’s Night Moves, 1975.
Night Moves (1975) -- (Movie Clip) We Saw The Same Movies On a New Mexico movie location seeking an LA runaway, ex-jock P-I Harry (Gene Hackman) with director Ziegler (Edward Binns) then stunt pilot Ellman (Anthony Costello) who knew the girl, future TV and movie director Dennis Dugan as the kid at the bar, in Arthur Penn’s Night Moves, 1975.
Night Moves (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Real Live Detective Director Arthur Penn is well into the narrative as the opening credits roll, Gene Hackman is LA private detective and ex-jock Harry Moseby, Susan Clark his antique-dealer wife, Ben Archibeck her sidekick, in the acclaimed “neo-noir” Night Moves, 1975.
Night Moves (1975) -- (Movie Clip) She's Pretty Liberated Now in the Florida Keys looking for an LA runaway, private eye Harry (Gene Hackman) at the boat rental outfit run by her stepfather, meeting Paula (Jennifer Warren), who seems to work there, then Melanie Griffith as “Delly,” his free-spirited target, in Arthur Penn’s Night Moves, 1975.