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Journey, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) I Even Mystify Myself Yul Brynner as clever Russian commander Surov isn’t buying the cover story from Lady Ashmore (Deborah Kerr) that Jason Robards Jr. is Britisher Flemyng, who’s just feeling ill, and not her former lover, a Hungarian dissident shot in an escape attempt, trying to get out of the country during the 1956 uprising, in The Journey, 1959.
Journey, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Russian Clocks Sometimes Very Slow After credits establishing Budapest, during the 1956 Hungarian uprising, Robert Morley the English correspondent stranded in an airport, with fellows David Kossoff, Gèrard Oury and E.G. Marshall, Russian-born Anatole Litvak producing and directing, in The Journey, 1959, starring Deborah Kerr, Yul Brynner and Jason Robards Jr.
Journey, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Wanna Play War? Excepting one earlier shot, the feature debut of Jason Robards Jr., his character’s identity not quite revealed, except that he’s traveling with English aristocrat Deborah Kerr, who’s recognized by journalist Deverill (Robert Morley), then meeting American E.G. Marshall and family (sons Flip Mark and “Ronny” Howard, wife Anne Jackson), all stranded at the Budapest airport during the 1956 Hungarian uprising, in Anatole Litvak’s The Journey, 1959.
Journey, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) You Think I'm The Devil! Yul Brynner is Surov, Russian commander of a Hungarian town during the 1956 uprising, holding forth with temporarily detained guests, journalist Robert Morley, American mom Anne Jackson, Deborah Kerr as a socialite whom we know is helping a dissident escape, then with Anouk Aimee, secret leader of a rebel band, in Anatole Litvak’s The Journey, 1959.
Journey, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) We'd Better Speak English Robert Morley is the English journalist leading a group of foreigners escaping Hungary by bus during the 1956 uprising, Yul Brynner the just-introduced Russian district commander, Anne Jackson and E.G. Marshall an American couple (Ron Howard one of their sons!), Deborah Kerr as Lady Ashmore, traveling officially alone, in The Journey, 1959.
I Confess (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I Must Tell Someone Following the director's credit, Quebec City locations and the earliest quickest Alfred Hitchcock cameo you'll see (in the second shot), then the opening murder, Keller (O.A. Hasse) slinking away, encountering Father Logan (Montgomery Clift), in I Confess, 1953.
I Confess (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I Wanted To Run Quebecois Father Logan (Montgomery Clift) using a ruse to enter the crime scene, meets Inspector Larreu (Karl Malden), who then interviews murderer Keller (O.A. Hasse), his guilt known only to Logan, who then meets mysterious Ruth (Anne Baxter, her first scene) outside, in Hitchcock's I Confess, 1953.
I Confess (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Not That Good An arranged meeting on a Quebec City ferry, murder suspect Father Logan (Montgomery Clift) with married friend Ruth (Anne Baxter), who wants to go to the police with his legitimate alibi, in Alfred Hitchcock's I Confess, 1953.
Secret Ceremony -- (Movie Clip) Harmless Before Lunch Stand-in mother Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor) is hiding inside as Albert (Robert Mitchum) finally appears outside the London home of his step-daughter Cenci (Mia Farrow), who is duly shocked, in Joseph Losey's Secret Ceremony, 1968.
Secret Ceremony -- (Movie Clip) They Think You're Dead Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor), dead ringer for the dead mother of spooky Cenci (Mia Farrow), hides out while she entertains unexpected maiden aunts Hilda (Pamela Brown) and Hannah (Peggy Ashcroft), in Joseph Losey's Secret Ceremony, 1968.
Secret Ceremony -- (Movie Clip) As Long As We Were Dressed Aging prostituge Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor) has just begun to enjoy standing-in as a surrogate for the dead mother of Cenci (Mia Farrow), whom she here observes conversing with her absent stepfather, in Joseph Losey's Secret Ceremony, 1968.
Secret Ceremony -- (Movie Clip) I Baptize You Opening scenes, aging high-class call girl Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor) arises, hops a London bus, and is pursued by spooky and wigged Mia Farrow (as "Cenci"), in Joseph Losey's Secret Ceremony, 1968.