Jack Smight



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Harper (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Disciples For Supper William Goldman's script from Ross MacDonald's Lew Archer novel The Moving Target, L-A private eye Paul Newman (title character) and client's daughter Miranda (Pamela Tiffin) visit mountaintop guru Claude (Strother Martin), in Harper, 1966.
Rabbit, Run (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Purple Paisley Following the credits, on location in Reading, Pa, home town of John Updike, author of the original novel, James Caan as “Rabbit” Angstrom runs home after shooting hoops with some local kids, and confronts his inebriated, pregnant wife Janice (Carrie Snodgress), in Rabbit, Run, 1970.
Third Day, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) She Was A Free Soul Escorted home after a car crash by his aunt (Mona Washbourne), who hasn’t decided whether she buys his claim of amnesia, Steve (George Peppard) encounters his cousin and rival Oliver (Roddy McDowall) and lawyer Conway (Charles Drake), early in The Third Day, 1965, from a novel by Joseph Hayes.
Third Day, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) My Memory's On A Vacation? Steve (George Peppard) winding up his first visit with the family/company doctor (Arthur O’Connell), who’s satisfied that his amnesia is real, before releasing him to his wife (Elizabeth Ashley), crafty cousin Oliver (Roddy McDowall), and worried lawyer Conway (Charles Drake), in the little-noted The Third Day, 1965.
Third Day, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) Did She Dance For You? At the fancy horse show with wife Alexandria (Elizabeth Ashley) executive Steve (George Peppard) shows the first signs of coming out of his amnesia, leading him to visit Holly (Sally Kellerman), injured in his car crash, but not recognizing her husband (Arte Johnson) in the hospital waiting room, in The Third Day, 1965.
Harper (1966) -- (Movie Clip) You've Got Cops' Eyes Private eye Harper (Paul Newman) tracks down has-been heroin addicted singer Betty (Julie Harris) in an L-A night club, gets punished then rescued by Taggert (Robert Wagner), the eager private pilot for the man he's hunting, in Harper, 1966, from a Ross MacDonald novel.
Harper (1966) -- (Movie Clip) A Poor Thing But Mine Own Detective Harper (Paul Newman, role based on Ross MacDonald's Lew Archer), visits new client Elaine Sampson (Lauren Bacall) in Harper, 1966, this scene shot at William Randolph Hearst's famous "Beverly House," in Beverly Hills.
Harper (1966) -- (Movie Clip) I'm A Very Modern Type Fellow Shooting on location at William Randolph Hearst’s Beverly House, Paul Newman (private eye title character) meets the private pilot (Robert Wagner as Taggert) and daughter (Pamela Tiffin as Miranda) of the man he’s just been hired to find, in Harper, 1966, from a Ross MacDonald novel.
Kaleidoscope (1966) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Not Obscene Opening scene has jet-setter Barney (Warren Beatty) meeting footloose Angel (Susannah York), in Kaleidoscope, 1966, directed by Jack Smight from an original screenplay by Robert and Jane-Howard Carrington.
Kaleidoscope (1966) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Just Nibble Now in Monte Carlo by independent paths, card cheat Barney (Warren Beatty) meets his new occasional girlfriend Angel (Susannah York) in a casino, in Kaleidoscope, 1966, directed by Jack Smight.