Joseph Conrad


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Sabotage (1936) - You Made London Laugh On location at the London zoo aquarium, financially motivated amateur terrorist Verloc (Oscar Homolka), having staged a blackout the night before, meets mysterious paymaster Vladimir (Austin Trevor), with a famous effect by director Alfred Hitchcock, in Sabotage, 1936.
Sabotage (1936) - If The Arsenal Lose We know grocer Ted (John Loder) is a policeman, Sylvia Sidney at the ticket box doesn't know the guys (William Dewhurst, Peter Bull, then Torin Thatcher) visiting her husband (Oscar Homolka) are terrorists, her young brother (Desmond Tester) also an innocent, in Hitchcock's Sabotage, 1936.
Lord Jim (1965) - Gunpowder Peter O'Toole (title character) shows signs of overcoming his demons, dealing with a small crisis in the harbor, merchant Stein (Paul Lukas) showing interest ashore, in Richard Brooks' Lord Jim, 1965, from the Joseph Conrad novel.
Sabotage (1936) - Act Of God Director Alfred Hitchcock's crafty opening, Oscar Homolka's role not altogether clear, his wife (Sylvia Sidney) at the ticket box at the cinema, John Loder the snarky grocer next door, from Sabotage, 1936, loosely based on Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent.
Lord Jim - To Resist Is Not Enough! Peter O'Toole (title character) counsels Waris (Ichizo Itami) and other natives about how to use their weapons against threatening merchant forces, in Richard Brooks' Lord Jim, 1965, from the Joseph Conrad novel.
Lord Jim (1965) - Gentleman Brown Colonial schemers Cornelius (Curt Jurgens) and Schomberg (Akim Tamiroff) arrive to meet privateer Gentleman Brown (James Mason), in Richard Brooks' Lord Jim, 1965, from the Joseph Conrad novel.
Duellists, The - Scratched By A Woman! Surgeon Jacquin (Tom Conti) receives officer D'Hubert (Keith Carradine) and is sent to patch up the other guy, in an early scene from Ridley Scott's The Duellists, 1978, from a Joseph Conrad story.
Duellists, The - Open, Appetite Opening credits followed by Stacy Keach reading from Joseph Conrad's original story and Harvey Keitel (as "Feraud") engaged in a sword-fight, from Ridley Scott's first feature, The Duellists, 1978.
Duellists, The - I Have Orders D'Hubert (Keith Carradine) is an officer in Napoleon's army, sent to arrest Feraud (Harvey Keitel) at a party, for having taken part in a duel, in Ridley Scott's The Duellists, 1978.
Outcast of the Islands - Mr. Willems Hudig (Frederick Valk) decides Willems (Trevor Howard) is a thief and sends Vinck (Wilfrid Hyde-White) to pursue him at the billiard parlor in the opening of Carol Reed's Outcast of the Islands, 1951.
Outcast of the Islands - You've Made Me Happy Willems (Trevor Howard) takes leave of his wife (Betty Ann Davies) in this brief but chilling scene from director Carol Reed's Outcast of the Islands, 1951, from the Joseph Conrad novel.
Outcast of the Islands - To Singapore! Willems (Trevor Howard) speaks mostly to himself in a not-so intimate moment with Aissa (Kerima) in this scene shot on location in Ceylon from Carol Reed's Outcast of the Islands, 1951.

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