Sidney Carroll


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Big Hand For The Little Lady, A - It Must Be A Good Hand! Mary (Joanne Woodward), trying to play her husband's hand, with gamblers (Kevin McCarthy, Jason Robards Jr., Charles Bickford, Robert Middleton) in tow, makes a pitch to banker Ballinger (Paul Ford) in A Big Hand For The Little Lady, 1966.
Big Hand For The Little Lady, A - Homely As A Lemon Jason Robards Jr. (as "Drummond") returning after his card game to find wife (Virginia Gregg), daughter (Louise Glenn) and bridegroom (William Cort), in a tour-de-force scene from A Big Hand For The Little Lady, 1966.
Hustler, The (1961) - He's A Loser Well into their marathon first match, now observed by gambler/promoter Gordon (George C. Scott), who was summoned to the table by Fats (Jackie Gleason), Eddie (Paul Newman), though well ahead, refuses when partner Charlie (Myron McCormick) advises him to quit, in Robert Rossen’s The Hustler, 1961.
Hustler, The (1961) - Set 'Em Up Again Co-writer and director Robert Rossen’s preamble, title character Eddie (Paul Newman) and partner Charlie (Myron McCormick) lay down a con, which will work, in Vincent Gardenia’s barroom, before the credits, in The Hustler, 1960, with Jackie Gleason, George C. Scott and Piper Laurie.
Hustler, The (1961) - I Hear You've Been Looking For Me Shooting in the Ames Billiard Academy on Times Square, Minnesota Fats (Jackie Gleason) has made a grand entrance and Eddie (Paul Newman, title character), with partner Charlie (Myron McCormick), confirms that he’s looking for a game, their first meeting, in Robert Rossen’s The Hustler, 1961.
Hustler, The (1961) - The Lights And The Scotch After a night at the bus station, defeated pool shark Eddie (Paul Newman) is not shocked to find Sarah (Piper Laurie), who claimed to be leaving town when he tried picking her up, at a nearby bar (tended by fighter Jake Raging Bull LaMotta), in Robert Rossen's The Hustler, 1961.
Big Hand For The Little Lady, A - Cards That Couldnt Lose Mary (Joanne Woodward) discovers incorrigible husband Meredith (Henry Fonda) has gambled everything, in a game with Jason Robards Jr., Charles Bickford, Kevin McCarthy and Robert Middleton, in A Big Hand For The Little Lady, 1966.

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