Philip D'antoni


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Bullitt (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Car Chase Just the early part of the famous chase, as cop Steve McQueen (title character) in the Mustang turns the tables the hit men (John Aprea, Paul Genge) in the Dodge Charger, in a geographically incoherent San Francisco, in Bullitt, 1968.
Bullitt (1968) -- (Movie Clip) I Lost My Place Plentiful style, as San Francisco cop Steve McQueen (title character) collects commercial artist girlfriend Cathy (Jacqueline Bisset) at work, proceeding to a jazz club, now the Betelnut restaurant on Union Street, a local combo called Meridian West playing, in Peter Yates' Bullitt, 1968.
Bullitt (1968) -- (Movie Clip) He Put In A Lot Of Change Delgetti (Don Gordon) and Bullitt (Steve McQueen, title character) do the textbook good-cop/bad-cop on a hotel clerk (Al Checco) as they re-trace the steps of their mob witness, leading to a visit with San Francisco cabbie Weissberg (Robert Duvall), in Peter Yates’ Bulllitt, 1968.
Bullitt (1968) -- (Movie Clip) We're Babysitting Delivered by his plainclothes detective crew (Don Gordon, Carl Reindel), Steve McQueen (title character) at the Pacific Heights, San Francisco home of politician Chalmers (Robert Vaughn), who’s hosting a fundraiser and has an assignment, early in director Peter Yates’ Bullitt, 1968.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) We Used To Swim Here Producer-Director Philip D’Antoni, who also produced The French Connection, 1971, brings leading man Roy Scheider (co-star of of that film) as cop Buddy to meet childhood pal Vito (Tony LoBianco, who was also the informant in the previous film), early in The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) You'll Find It's Quite Unique Producer-director Philip D’Antoni goes all-in for Manhattan, from Grand Central terminal to Park Ave, finding Roy Scheider on what we’ll learn is a police operation, the courier played by ex-detective Sonny Grosso, on-whom Scheider’s character is based, opening the French Connection sort-of follow-up, The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) We Never Make Mistakes Possibly cops and definitely thugs Moon and Bo (Richard Lynch, Bill Hickman) realize something’s wrong in their ransom pay-off, wind up shooting a colleague of real cops Buddy and Barilli (Roy Scheider, Victor Arnold), beginning the celebrated nine-minute car chase in the Bronx, in The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) You Want The Wax? Somewhat famous scene in which goons Moon and Bo (Richard Lynch and Bill Hickman, also the stunt co-ordinator), who just finished kidnapping a loan-shark, and who might also be cops, don’t realize they’re being set up, as they visit a Manhattan car wash, in The Seven-Ups, 1973.
French Connection, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Marseilles Brief credits then a quick introduction of Charnier (Fernando Rey) in Marseilles, and the stalking of a victim by the mostly unseen Nicoli (Marcel Bozzuffi), from William Friedkin's The French Connection, 1971.
French Connection, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) You Like Santa Claus? Outrageous first scene for Popeye Doyle (Gene Hackman) playing Santa and Cloudy Russo (Roy Scheider) posing as a hot-dog man, and chasing a suspect in Brooklyn, in William Friedkin's The French Connection, 1971.
Bullitt (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Our Man's In The Building Cop Steve McQueen (title character) alerts partner Delgetti (Don Gordon) then pursues the hit man (John Aprea), who's stalking their mob witness, shooting on location in the corridors of San Francisco General, in Bullitt, 1968.

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