Michael Butler

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Harry And Tonto (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Did You See Ironside? Opening scene from writer, producer and director Paul Mazursky, Art Carney the title character with Tonto his cat, Rene Enriquez as "Jesus" and Herbert Berghof as "Jacob" in support, from Harry And Tonto, 1974.
Harry And Tonto (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Great Town For Cats At Newark airport ready to begin his journey west, Harry (Art Carney) discovers Tonto has to go through the metal detector so he abandons the plane, and meets a talkative cabbie (Muriel Beerman), in Paul Mazursky's Harry And Tonto, 1974.
Harry And Tonto (1974) -- (Movie Clip) What Happened To Chico? With hitcher Ginger (Melanie Mayron), Harry (Art Carney) arrives at the Chicago bookshop run by his lovelorn daughter Shirley (Ellen Burstyn), his grandson Norman (Josh Mostel) making a half-hearted attempt to intervene, in Paul Mazursky's Harry And Tonto, 1974.
Harry And Tonto (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Thinking About Lear Arrival of the police car indicating that the situation has suddenly become urgent, retired New York schoolteacher Harry (Art Carney) being evicted, and panicked son Burt (Philip Bruns) with a weak rescue, early in writer-producer-director Paul Mazursky's Harry And Tonto, 1974.
Jaws 2 (1978) -- (Movie Clip) -- The Bites Are Big After we’ve seen two shark attack scenes, Chief Brody (Roy Scheider), who’s the only one suspicious so far, brings Dr. Elkins (Collin Wilcox Paxton) to see the killer whale that the kids, including his son Mike (Mark Gruner), found on Amity Island, in the sequel Jaws 2, 1978.
Jaws 2 (1978) -- (Movie Clip) -- Get Out Of The Water! While his wife (Lorraine Gary) who works for developer Peterson (Joseph Mascolo), and the mayor (Murray Hamilton) are showing the beach to prospective buyers, Brody (Roy Scheider), haunted by the last movie and suspecting a shark, overreacts to a shadow in the water, in the sequel Jaws 2, 1978.
Jaws 2 (1978) -- (Movie Clip) -- Everything Is Next Week We viewers know well that there’s another shark in the waters off Amity Island, but there’s no public alarm, as teens Tina and Ed (Ann Dusenberry, Gary Dubin) just miss seeing what really happens to a water-skier and her driver (Jean Coulter), in the sequel Jaws 2, 1978.
Charley Varrick (1973) -- (Movie Clip) I Did A Drunk Act Walter Matthau (title character), whom we learn really is a crop duster and only a part time bank robber, escaping with employee Harman (Andy Robinson), their getaway car, containing Charley’s wife, who died in the robbery, rigged to blow up several miles back, in director Don Siegel’s Charley Varrick, 1973.
Charley Varrick (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Please Expedite Following the title character (Walter Matthau) speculating that the money he stole might belong to the mob, we jump to Reno, meeting John Vernon as executive-type Boyle, Felicia Farr his assistant, and Joe Don Baker as “Molly,” linked by radio, in director Don Siegel’s Charley Varrick, 1973.
Charley Varrick (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Tall Husky Ugly Looking Bird Junior-partner bank robber Harman (Andy Robinson) is drunk, back at the trailer park (run by Marjorie Bennett) while Walter Matthau (title character) has hidden the loot, and traveled to Albuquerque where he prevails on a gun seller (Tom Tully), referred by a deceased colleague, for help, in Charley Varrick, 1973.
Charley Varrick (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Do You Have An Account Here? Ending of director Don Siegel’s credits in an idyllic New Mexico town (actually shot in Nevada), Walter Matthau the title character and Jacqueline Scott his companion, their purpose not revealed right away, in Charley Varrick, 1973, co-starring Joe Don Baker and Felicia Farr.
Telefon -- (Movie Clip) This Gleam In My Eye Tetchy exchange between Russian agent Borzov (Charles Bronson) and American-based double-agent Barbara (Lee Remick), who've just met and checked into a Montana motel, in Don Siegel's Telefon, 1977.