Franklin Coen


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Black Gunn (1972) - You've Got A Lot Of Chops Impatient with an LA socialite (Luciana Paluzzi) seeking his favor, Jim Brown (title character), in the mansion adjoining his plush night club, deals with an intrusion by crazed hit man Kriley (Bruce Glover) and thugs (William Campbell, Don Borisenko) hunting his brother, Jim’s assistant Larry played by Timothy Brown, no relation, but a fellow NFL veteran, in Black Gunn, 1972.
Black Gunn (1972) - Black Action Group Shooting on location in Culver City, mob-hired goons led by Kriley (Bruce Glover, with William Campbell, Don Borisenko) hunting the brother of the title character (Jim Brown) have come to the right place, headquarters of the militant “Black Action Group,” but are faced-down by Seth (Bernie Casey) and crew, in Black Gunn, 1972.
Train, The (1965) - Get Off My Train! First proving sabotage, which he's apparently arranged himself, to his German boss, French rail inspector Labiche (Burt Lancaster, doing his own stunts) tries to get crotchety engineer Papa Boule (Michel Simon) to escape an Allied air raid, in John Frankenheimer's The Train, 1965.
Train, The (1965) - Money Is A Weapon German Colonel von Waldheim (Paul Scofield) aims to persuade General von Lubitz (Richard Munch) that they should confiscate fine French art, as the liberation of Paris looms, in John Frankenheimer's The Train, 1965.
Train, The (1965) - There's A War French rail inspector Labiche (Burt Lancaster) scurries back from some sabotage work, encounters innkeeper Christine (Jeanne Moreau) whom he's just met, German Colonel von Waldheim (Paul Scofield) and aide Schmidt (Jean Bouchaud) getting stonewalled, in John Frankenheimer's The Train, 1965.
Living On Love (1937) - Another Applicant Struggling to pay her rent, Mary (Whitney Bourne) arrives for a job interview, impressing the boss (Franklin Pangborn), then arrives home where her landlord (Solly Ward) has given away her apartment, but has a plan, in RKO’s Living On Love, 1937, restored by TCM.
Living On Love (1937) - A Sausage Heiress Snoopy landlord Eli (Solly Ward) has taken a new tenant but doesn’t have a room, so he visits basement dweller Gary (James Dunn, his first scene), a commercial artist, who’s tangling with girlfriend Edith Crumwell (Joan Woodbury), of the Crumwell Sausage family, in RKO’s Living On Love, 1937.
Living On Love (1937) - Have You Murder In Your Heart? Mary Wilson (Whitney Bourne), in a cafe practicing her pitch for her new razor-sales job, wins the attention of dazzled Gary Martin (James Dunn), neither of them knowing they’re the feuding tenants sharing an apartment in opposite hours, in RKO’s Living On Love, 1937.

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