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Romancing The Stone (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Even In Colombia Having taken the wrong bus, which has now crashed, in her attempt to ransom her kidnapped sister, bumbling romance novelist Joan (Kathleen Turner) is approached by the mysterious Zolo (Manuel Ojeda), then rescued by Michael Douglas, in his first appearance, in Romancing The Stone, 1984.
Romancing The Stone (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Some Kind Of Treasure Map First scene for Danny De Vito (as Ralph) and Zack Norman (as Ira), involved in the kidnapping of Elaine (Mary Ellen Trainor) in Colombia, who’s mailed the treasure map they’re after to her absent-minded romance novelist sister Joan (Kathleen Turner) in New York, in Romancing The Stone, 1984.
Romancing The Stone (1984) -- (Movie Clip) You're A Mondo Dizmo Adventurer Jack (Michael Douglas, also the producer) and romance novelist Joan (Kathleen Turner) are warming to each other, and burning pot for heat in the wreck of a drug-smuggling plane in the Colombian jungle, considering how to ransom her kidnapped sister, in Romancing The Stone, 1984.
Romancing The Stone (1984) -- (Movie Clip) That Woman Makes Me Hungry Running out of options as they enter a Colombian town run by drug gangs, adventurer Jack (Michael Douglas) and romance novelist Joan (Kathleen Turner) get lucky, discovering that Juan (Alfonso Arau) is a big fan, evil Zolo (Manuel Ojeda) still on their trail, in Romancing The Stone, 1984.
Romancing The Stone (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Welcome To Colombia! Both their plans upset by the same bus wreck, American bird-smuggler Jack (Michael Douglas, who also produced) has agreed for $375 in Traveler’s Checks to help sidetracked romance novelist Joan (Kathleen Turner) find a phone, early in Robert Zemeckis’ Romancing The Stone, 1984.
Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Fairy Dust Walking uptown on 5th Avenue, Rita (Joanne Woodward) reminiscing with her mother (Sylvia Sidney), who has a health scare, en route to a Bergman film, in the Bergman-esque Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams, 1973.
Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Better Or Worse It's not made clear until well into this scene that Rita (Joanne Woodward) is married to her optometrist Harry (Martin Balsam), early in Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams, 1973, directed by Gilbert Cates, from Steward Stern's original screenplay.
Little Murders (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Hey Fat Face! Through most of the credits and her morning routine, Patsy (Marcia Rodd) has heard noises of a guy being beaten up outside her New York apartmen, so she decides to rescue Alfred (Elliott Gould), in Little Murders, the first film directed by Alan Arkin, from cartoonist Jules Feiffer’s play.
Little Murders (1971) -- (Movie Clip) I Can't Stand Families Laconic photographer Alfred (Elliott Gould) isn't the first guy Patsy (Marcia Rodd) has brought home to meet her nutty family, Vincent Gardenia her dad, Elizabeth Wilson the mom, Jon Korkes the brother, Alan Arkin directing from Jules Feiffer’s play and screenplay, in Little Murders, 1971.
Little Murders (1971) -- (Movie Clip) You Think I'm Too Aggressive? Indifferent New York photographer Alfred (Elliot Gould) has agreed to hang out with peppy interior designer Patsy (Marcia Rodd) but has no interest in a physical relationship, as first-time director Alan Arkin follows their leisure activities, in Little Murders, from Jules Feiffer’s play.