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Grand Prix (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Care To Come Watch My Debut? Director John Frankenheimer on location at Clermont-Ferrand, France, capturing complex tensions, as James Garner is driver Pete Aron, working for TV after getting fired for a wreck that injured Britisher Stoddard (Brian Bedford), whose actress wife (Jessica Walter) is still seeking publicity, Yves Montand his French driver pal, meeting Japanese mogul Toshiro Mifune, Eva Marie Saint a journalist, in Grand Prix, 1966.
Gypsy Moths, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) They Came For A Show The opening of director John Frankenheimer's action-thriller-melodrama, his last film with star Burt Lancaster, who's hot-dogging the parachute jump, worrying partners Gene Hackman and Scott Wilson, from The Gypsy Moths, 1969. co-starring Deborah Kerr.
Gypsy Moths, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) No Air At All Scott Wilson (as "Malcolm") brings his barnstroming sky-diver buddies Mike and Joe (Burt Lancaster, Gene Hackman) to the Kansas home of his long-estranged aunt and uncle (Deborah Kerr, William Windom), offering only tentative hospitality, early in John Frankenheimer's The Gypsy Moths, 1969.
Gypsy Moths, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Best And Rightest Reasons Neither apparently remembering having played in the Hawaiian surf, Deborah Kerr (as Kansas housewife Elizabeth) and Burt Lancaster (as her guest, touring sky-diver Mike, a colleague of her long lost nephew) find themselves drawn to each other, in John Frankenheimer's The Gypsy Moths, 1969.
Gypsy Moths, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) You Ever See Him Sweat? All three of the sky-dive barnstormers are stir-crazy, stuck in the rain at the home of Elizabeth (Deborah Kerr), who’s having a fling with Mike (Burt Lancaster), and who is the until-recently estranged aunt of Malcolm (Scott Wilson), who gets into a scrape with financially-motivated Browdy (Gene Hackman), in The Gypsy Moths, 1969.