William Girdler


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Seven Days' Leave (1942) -- (Movie Clip) You Speak My Language With Les Brown’s band playing at a G-I sendoff, the three ex-member buddies (Peter Lind Hayes as “Speak,” singer Buddy Clark as himself and Victor Mature as trumpeter Johnny) are asked to join, along with Vic/Johnny’s gal, Mapy Cortes, leading in a Jimmy McHugh/Frank Loesser original, in RKO’s Seven Days’ Leave, 1942, choreography by Chuck Walters.
Manitou, The (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Think Of Their Souls Charlatan psychic Harry (Tony Curtis) has called upon Amelia (Stella Stevens), his only colleague whom he considers legit, to do a seance to help his ailing friend, Hugh Corcoran and Ann Sothern making a quorum, in The Manitou, 1978.
Manitou, The (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Let's Not Do The Cards San Francisco working psychic Harry (Tony Curtis), who doesn't buy his own product, is mostly pleased that his ex-girlfriend Karen (Susan Strasberg), who has a strange, swelling growth on her back, has asked to see him, early in The Manitou, 1978.
Manitou, The (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Its' Rate Of Growth Dr. McEvoy (Paul Mantee), not mentioning that he was somehow compelled to cut himself during surgery, explains to psychic Harry (Tony Curtis) that he doesn't know what's happening with the spooky growth on the back of his friend Karen (Susan Strasberg), in The Manitou, 1978.
Grizzly (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Bears Don't Eat People Head Ranger Kelly (Christopher George), his jaw set firm, with the doctor (Charles Kissinger) examining a victim, then facing off with park management buffoon Kittridge (Joe Dorsey), in Grizzly, 1976.
Grizzly (1976) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Gonna Soak My Feet Ranger-lovers Tom (Tom Arcuragi) and Gail (Vicki Johnson) exhibit poor judgment on the bear hunt, and she disrobes to soak her feet, to bad effect, in Grizzly, 1976.
Grizzly (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Looking For Your Bear Ranger Kelly (Christopher George), expert Scott (Richard Jaeckel) and pilot Don (Andrew Prine) worry about hunters set loose in the park, turns out with good reason, the first bear-on-camera scene, from Grizzly, 1976.
Grizzly (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Bears Do That Anyway Chief Ranger Kelly (Christopher George) radios bear expert Scott (Richard Jaeckel) in the wild, then discusses the heinous attacks with photographer Allison (Joan McCall), in Grizzly, 1976.
Grizzly (1976) -- (Movie Clip) You Always Have To Go The first victims, innocent and ill-equipped campers June (Catherine Rickman) and Margaret (Mary Ann Hearn), fall victim to Bear-cam, early in the Jaws knock-off Grizzly, 1976.