Robert Carrington


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Wait Until Dark (1967) - Atmosphere Of Mistrust Con men Carlino (Jack Weston) and Talman (Richard Crenna) realize their ex-partner could not have invited them into this Greenwich Village apartment, just as Roat (Alan Arkin), hunting for a missing doll stuffed with drugs, appears, early in Wait Until Dark, 1967, starring Audrey Hepburn.
Wait Until Dark (1967) - Now I've Got The Proof! Acting flourish for Alan Arkin, though we don't know the frantic intruder is his character in disguise, meeting young Gloria (Julie Herrod), then blind Susie (Audrey Hepburn), the mark in the con, who is rescued by new friend "Mike" (Richard Crenna), and cop Jack Weston, whom she doesn't know are both also crooks, in Wait Until Dark, 1967.
Wait Until Dark (1967) - I Know You're There! Roat (Alan Arkin) was busy coercing Talman and Carlino (Jack Weston, Richard Crenna) to help him get back the drugs hidden in this Greenwich Village apartment when blind occupant Susie (Audrey Hepburn) arrives, not noticing the body in the closet, her first scene in Wait Until Dark, 1967.
Wait Until Dark (1967) - I'd Rather Have A Dog Blind Susie (Audrey Hepburn) with tough-loving photographer husband Sam (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.), both for now unaware of Roat, Talman and Carlino (Alan Arkin, Richard Crenna, Jack Weston) outside, plotting to snatch back the doll they don't know is stuffed with drugs, in Wait Until Dark, 1967.
Kaleidoscope (1966) - 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) - 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.

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