Jules Feiffer


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Carnal Knowledge (1971) - A Special Quality Jonathan (Jack Nicholson) makes a play for his best friend's girl Susan (Candice Bergen) while on a contrived visit to Smith College in director Mike Nichols' Carnal Knowledge, 1971.
Carnal Knowledge (1971) - Do You Have A Name Or Something? After a dialogue prologue under the credits, the car confirms the late 1940's period suggested by the music, as two Amherst men (Jack Nicholson and Art Garfunkel as Jonathan and Sandy) assess then approach Smith College co-ed Susan (Candice Bergen), in director Mike Nichols' Carnal Knowledge, 1971.
Carnal Knowledge (1971) - What's In It For Her? In the shower at the dorm, Jonathan (Jack Nicholson) presses Sandy (Art Garfunkel) to get more aggressive with his girlfriend, with plenty cursing, in Carnal Knowledge, 1971, from Jules Feiffer's screenplay.
Carnal Knowledge (1971) - You Have A Long Life Line... The first appearance of Bobbie (Ann-Margret) features her on a date with accountant Jonathan (Jack Nicholson), first in a dimly-lit restaurant, with a deliberate artificial technique by director Mike Nichols and cinematographer Giuseppe Rotunno, then in a Manhattan taxi, in Carnal Knowledge, 1971.
Carnal Knowledge (1971) - Your Life's Work With an artful edit from director Mike Nichols, Jonathan (Jack Nicholson) and Sandy (Art Garfunkel) meet at Central Park about ten years after their college days and resume conversation about females in Carnal Knowledge, 1971, from Jules Feiffer's screenplay.
Carnal Knowledge (1971) - You Never Said That Before! Saved for the ending, Rita Moreno as, we presume, sex-worker Louise receives divorced accountant Jonathan (Jack Nicholson), in what looks like contemporary New York, ending screenwriter Jules Pfeiffer’s story that began in college back in the 1940’s, in director Mike Nichols’ Carnal Knowledge, 1971.
Little Murders (1971) - Hey Fat Face! Through most of the credits and her morning routine, Patsy (Marcia Rodd) has heard noises of a guy being beaten up outside her New York apartmen, so she decides to rescue Alfred (Elliott Gould), in Little Murders, the first film directed by Alan Arkin, from cartoonist Jules Feiffer’s play.
Little Murders (1971) - I Can't Stand Families Laconic photographer Alfred (Elliott Gould) isn't the first guy Patsy (Marcia Rodd) has brought home to meet her nutty family, Vincent Gardenia her dad, Elizabeth Wilson the mom, Jon Korkes the brother, Alan Arkin directing from Jules Feiffer’s play and screenplay, in Little Murders, 1971.
Little Murders (1971) - You Think I'm Too Aggressive? Indifferent New York photographer Alfred (Elliot Gould) has agreed to hang out with peppy interior designer Patsy (Marcia Rodd) but has no interest in a physical relationship, as first-time director Alan Arkin follows their leisure activities, in Little Murders, from Jules Feiffer’s play.

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