Alan R. Trustman


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Thomas Crown Affair, The (1968) - You Won't Like Her Cop Eddy Malone (Paul Burke) frustrated, Steve McQueen (title character) delivering to the Swiss banker (Michael Shillo) and insurance man Jamie (Gordon Pinsett) decides to call in financial crime specialist Vicki (Faye Dunaway, her first scene), in Norman Jewison’s The Thomas Crown Affair, 1968.
Thomas Crown Affair, The (1968) - Windmills Of Your Mind The snazzy opening from director Norman Jewison (and editors Hal Ashby and Ralph Winters), Noel Harrison’s vocal on the hit tune by Michel Legrand and Alan & Marilyn Bergman, leading to title character Steve McQueen interrogating clownish recruit Jack Weston, in The Thomas Crown Affair, 1968.
Thomas Crown Affair, The (1968) - Blessed Are The Pure In Heart The climax of the elaborate opening bank heist in Boston, Erwin (Jack Weston), the literal bag-man, delivers loot to a suburban cemetery where mastermind and title character Steve McQueen awaits in his Rolls-Royce, in director Norman Jewison’s original The Thomas Crown Affair, 1968.
Thomas Crown Affair, The (1968) - Whose Head Are You After? Bostonian Steve McQueen (title character), whose hobby is bank robbery, makes a point of meeting Vicki (Faye Dunaway) at an art auction, having noticed her photographing him earlier at a polo match, whereupon she reveals her own game, in Norman Jewison’s The Thomas Crown Affair, 1968.
Bullitt (1968) - Car Chase Just the early part of the famous chase, as cop Steve McQueen (title character) in the Mustang turns the tables the hit men (John Aprea, Paul Genge) in the Dodge Charger, in a geographically incoherent San Francisco, in Bullitt, 1968.
Bullitt (1968) - He Put In A Lot Of Change Delgetti (Don Gordon) and Bullitt (Steve McQueen, title character) do the textbook good-cop/bad-cop on a hotel clerk (Al Checco) as they re-trace the steps of their mob witness, leading to a visit with San Francisco cabbie Weissberg (Robert Duvall), in Peter Yates’ Bulllitt, 1968.
Bullitt (1968) - We're Babysitting Delivered by his plainclothes detective crew (Don Gordon, Carl Reindel), Steve McQueen (title character) at the Pacific Heights, San Francisco home of politician Chalmers (Robert Vaughn), who’s hosting a fundraiser and has an assignment, early in director Peter Yates’ Bullitt, 1968.
Bullitt (1968) - Our Man's In The Building Cop Steve McQueen (title character) alerts partner Delgetti (Don Gordon) then pursues the hit man (John Aprea), who's stalking their mob witness, shooting on location in the corridors of San Francisco General, in Bullitt, 1968.

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