Janet Green



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Midnight Lace (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Sexually Off The Track Having been harassed in the fog and now on the phone, American Kit (Doris Day) and English financier husband Tony (Rex Harrison) visit Scotland Yard where inspector Byrnes (John Williams) comments on local miscreants, in MIdnight Lace, 1960.
Victim (1961) -- (Movie Clip) I'd Rather Know Than Guess Barrister Farr (Dirk Bogarde), investigating a homosexuality scandal in which he's implicated, arrives home to wife Laura (Sylvia Syms), who reveals her own suspicions, in Victim, 1961, directed by Basil Dearden.
Victim (1961) -- (Movie Clip) A Law Which Sends Homosexuals To Prison Rising barrister Farr (Dirk Bogarde) is summoned before the very crafty Inspector Harris (John Barrie), making delicate inquiries about possible blackmail, in director Basil Dearden's Victim, 1961.
Victim (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Between You And The Blackie When Eddy (Donald Churchill) arrives with an incriminating photo, Barrister Farr (Dirk Bogarde) realizes his culpability in the suicide of their mutual friend, in director Basil Dearden's Victim, 1961.
Midnight Lace (1960) -- (Movie Clip) At Least You'll Be Cool American heiress Kit (Doris Day) visits her English husband Tony (Rex Harrison) at the firm, having shopped for her trip to Venice, which has got her mind off her maybe-stalker, a big wardrobe tease, and colleague Charles (Herbert Marshall) interrupting, in Midnight Lace, 1960.
Midnight Lace (1960) -- (Movie Clip) A Real London Fog London fog and Grosvenor Square as American heiress Doris Day gets terrified in the opening to the 1960 thriller Midnight Lace, from producer Ross Hunter, directed by David Miller, co-starring Rex Harrison, with Myrna Loy, John Gavin and Roddy McDowall.
Midnight Lace (1960) -- (Movie Clip) No Telephones In Gondolas Dining out in London with his possibly financially-troubled colleague Charles (Herbert Marshall) and her aunt Bea (Myrna Loy), businessman Tony (Rex Harrison) confides a thing or two regarding his heiress wife Kit (Doris Day), who's got a phone stalker, in MIdnight Lace, 1960.
Victim (1961) -- (Movie Clip) I Shall Inform The Police Roommate Eddy (Donald Churchill) just evades the cops looking for accused thief Jack "Boy" Barrett (Peter McEnery), who rings lawyer Farr (Dirk Bogarde), the reason for his cold reception not yet clear, in director Basil Dearden's Victim, 1961.
Victim (1961) -- (Movie Clip) At Least They Don't Burn You Fugitive Jack (Peter McEnery) departing London flags down friend Frank (Alan Howard), whose wife Sylvie (Dawn Beret) doesn't approve Jack's lifestyle, in Victim, 1961, from Janet Green and John McCormick's original screenplay.
Seven Women -- (Movie Clip) Fornication! Uncleanliness! Idolatry! Dr. Cartwright (Anne Bancroft) caring for Florrie (Betty Field) and her baby, mission leader Miss Andrews (Margaret Leighton) flipping out, Mongolian bandit (Woody Strode) conducting, in John Ford's Seven Women, 1966.


Jack McCormick
Producer; writer.