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Saint Jack (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Always A Good Investment Opening with a pan mighty close to 360 degrees, director Peter Bogdanovich, back in the orbit of old friend producer Roger Corman, buys himself a big slice of Singapore, and introduces Ben Gazzara as the title character and his relations with gofer Gopi (Joseph Noël), in Saint Jack, 1979, from Paul Theroux’s novel and screenplay with Bogdanovich and Howard Sackler.
Saint Jack (1979) -- (Movie Clip) No No, Kong Hong! Ben Gazzara (title character who, we’re learning, is an honest pimp with a cleaner legit job) entertains Hong Kong businessman Leigh (Denholm Elliott) with a visit to his Singapore Brit barfly friends, Joss Ackland, James Villiers (as voluble Froggett), Rodney Bewes and Mark Kingston, in Peter Bogdanovich’s Saint Jack, 1979.
Saint Jack (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Good Lover Bad Husband Ben Gazzara (the title character, a benevolent American ex-pat pimp in Singapore) takes care of an older friend helping him finance his own new brothel, then has an interview with a prospective professional (Monika Subramanian), in Peter Bogdanovich’s Saint Jack, 1979, with the popular Louis Armstrong recording of Oscar Peterson’s “Basin Street Blues.”
Saint Jack (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Nothing To Do With The Animal At the Singapore airport Ben Gazzara (title character), executing an errand for his Chinese businessman boss, works his contacts and picks up English Leigh (Denholm Elliott), Andrew Chua driving the cab, Peter Bogdanovich directing from the script he co-wrote with novelist Paul Theroux and Howard Sackler, in Saint Jack, 1979.
Beauty And The Beast (1946) -- (Movie Clip) You Will Never See Me Belle (Josette Day) in her continuing adventure at the castle, meets "The Beast" (Jean Marais) and passes out, followed by further freakiness, in Jean Cocteau's Beauty And The Beast, 1946.
Beauty And The Beast (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Is Anyone There Disconsolate father (Marcel Andre) of the heroine, lost in the woods, comes upon a mysterious house, nobody apparently home, in Jean Cocteau's Beauty And The Beast, 1946.
Beauty And The Beast (1946) -- (Movie Clip) I Am Your Mirror Hoping to save her father from ruin, Belle (Josette Day) sneaks into the home of the beast, guided by the "voice of magic" (voice of director and scenarist Jean Cocteau) in Beauty And The Beast, 1946.
Beauty And The Beast (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Once Upon A Time Imaginative opening sequence from director and writer Jean Cocteau, from Beauty And The Beast, 1946, starring Josette Day and Jean Marais.
My Brilliant Career (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Mrs. Bossier's Granddaughter The first shot with green vegetation as Sybylla (Judy Davis), sent from her parents' droughted outback farm, is greeted by Frank (Robert Grubb) then her grandmother and aunt (Aileen Britton, Wendy Hughes), in Gillian Armstrong's My Brilliant Career, 1979, from the autobiographical novel by Stella Maria Sarah Miles Franklin.
My Brilliant Career (1979) -- (Movie Clip) You'll Have Me Sacked Sybylla (Judy Davis), visiting her grandmother, aunt and uncle (Aileen Britton, Wendy Hughes, Peter Whitford) in 1901 Australia, has her head plausibly turned by a handsome neighbor (Sam Neill), not realizing he's a childhood friend, Robert Grubb as the less interesting Frank, in Gillian Armstrong's international hit My Brilliant Career, 1979.
Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977) -- (Movie Clip) What A Helpful Chap In Cairo looking for Fekkish, who’s said to have links to the diabolical Stromberg, Bond (Roger Moore) encounters the unlucky Felicca (Olga Bisera) whom he flips in no time, but still has to deal with thug Sandor (Milton Reid), also terminally, in The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977.
Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977) -- (Movie Clip) To Defend Himself Against Death At the narrated light show at the Pyramids at Giza, Bond arrives seeking Fekkish (Nadim Sawalha), who’s already been apprehended by Soviet Agent XXX (Barbara Bach, a.k.a. Major Amasova), but who now flees Jaws (Richard Kiel, who represents the true villain, Stromberg), to little result, in The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977.