Rod Adamson


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Stand By Me (1986) - Secret Knock Richard Dreyfuss (as "The Writer") appearing then narrating as Gordie (Wil Wheaton), Chris (River Phoenix), Teddy (Corey Feldman) and Vern (Jerry O'Connell) are introduced, opening Rob Reiner's Stand By Me, 1986.
Stand By Me (1986) - Pinky Swear Richard Dreyfuss narration as Gordie (Wil Wheaton) and Chris (River Phoenix) establish the gun and director Rob Reiner introduces Ace (Keifer Sutherland), early in Stand By Me, 1986, from a Stephen King novella.
Stand By Me (1986) - Skin It Chris (River Phoenix) the leader, Gordie (Wil Wheaton), Vern (Jerry O'Connell) and troublesome Teddy (Corey Feldman), early in their trek, in Rob Reiner's Stand By Me, 1986, from a Stephen King novella.
Look Who's Talking (1989) - I'm Sorry She's Bulemic Joining director Amy Heckerling’s opening, from animated action inside a womb, we meet Kirstie Alley as accountant Mollie, George Segal as her paramour client Albert, then Bruce Willis, first as the voice of a sperm, in the 1989 hit Look Who’s Talking, also starring John Travolta.
Look Who's Talking (1989) - The First Stage Of Labor Just after finding out her married lover has a new flame, accountant Mollie (Kirstie Alley), who’s told everyone she was artificially inseminated, grabs a cab driven by James (John Travolta), with a comment from Bruce Willis, voice of the baby, in director Amy Heckerling’s Look Who’s Talking, 1989.
One On One (1977) - You've Got No Chance Freshman basketball-scholarship country boy Henry (Robby Benson, also co-screenwriter) in his first in-person encounter with his tutor (Annette O’Toole), who’s just dismissed her professor lover, at his fictional big-time Los Angeles university, in One On One, 1977.
Smile (1975) - Inner Beauty Pageant director Brenda (Barbara Feldon) kicks off interviews, Big Bob (Bruce Dern) leading the panel, Robin (Joan Prather) among the contestants, in Michael Ritchie's Smile, 1975.
Smile (1975) - Keep It Shakey Pageant official Shears (Geoffrey Lewis) takes a stab at starting over with choreographer French (famed choreographer Michael Kidd) and fails, rehearsals under way in Michael Ritchie's Smile, 1975.

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