Don Devlin


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Loving (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Get The Pliers Please Director Irvin Kershner and cinematographer Gordon Willis find George Segal as frazzled commercial artist Brooks arriving late in Manhattan where he’s intercepted by pal Skip (100% un-credited Roy Scheider) with an update, leaving time to visit his quirky agent Edward (Keenan Wynn) and equally odd assistant Charles (James Manis), in Loving, 1970.
Loving (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, Brooks Absorbing opening from director Irvin Kershner, introducing without dialogue George Segal as commercial artist Brooks, and Janis Young, whom we’ll learn is his mistress, with cinematographer Gordon Willis, in only his third feature, exhibiting some of his well-known ability to capture Manhattan, in Loving, 1970, co-starring Eva Marie Saint.
Loving (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Just Before The Kiss Goodbye At his kids’ Long Island school musical performance, harried commercial artist Brooks brushes off frisky fellow parent Nellie (Nancie Phillips) and husband (David Doyle), then collects wife Selma (Eva Marie Saint, her first scene) and daughters, who asks whether he landed a big account then, back at home, poses for him, in Loving, 1970.
Loving (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Artists Are Sort Of Effeminate Scrambling with ad-agency pal Skip (Roy Scheider) to catch Midwestern trucking firm mogul Lepridon (Sterling Hayden) at the Manhattan building site for his new headquarters, commercial artist Brooks (George Segal) comes up with a new angle to land a big contract, Irvin Kershner directing from the novel by J.M. Ryan, in Loving, 1970.
Rumble On The Docks (1956) -- (Movie Clip) You're Over The Line Grim opening as thugs (Dan Terranova, Don Devlin) approach Poochie (Barry Froner) and home-from-college sister Della (Laurie Carroll), leading to the first bit for James Darren (as "Jimmy") in his first movie, aided by Robert Blake, in Rumble On The Docks, 1956, from producer Sam Katzman.