Lukas Heller


Screenwriter

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Flight Of The Phoenix, The (1965) - Eat The Monkey Brit officer Harris (Peter Finch) organizes, pilot Towns (James Stewart) his ally, accountant Dan Duryea frets, Ernest Borgnine surrenders his radio, Hardy Kruger interferes, Richard Attenborough, Christian Marquand, George Kennedy, Ian Bannen in the mix, in The Flight Of The Phoenix, 1965.
Flight Of The Phoenix, The (1965) - Send Up Some Smoke Stranded in the Libyan desert, survivors George Kennedy and Ian Bannen try to dissuade Alex Montoya from joining Harris (Peter Finch) to seek water, pilot Towns (James Stewart) and Moran (Richard Attenborough) seeing them off, in Robert Aldrich's The Flight Of The Phoenix, 1965.
What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962) - I'll Put Her On Ex-child star Jane (Bette Davis), in one take, shrewdly thwarting her sister's plan to cut off supplies from the liquor store, then staring down Elvira (Maidie Norman), in Robert Aldrich's What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?, 1962.
What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962) - I'll Clean The Cage Un-balanced former child star Jane (Bette Davis) receives neighbor Mrs. Bates (Anna Lee), then upstairs with sister Blanche (Joan Crawford), whose movie career she ended in a deliberate accident, in Robert Aldrich's What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?, 1962.
What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962) - Miss Big Fat Movie Star! Jane (Bette Davis), downstairs secretly contemplating a comeback, as ex-film-star sister Blanche (Joan Crawford), whom she made an invalid, goes bonkers on the buzzer upstairs, in Robert Aldrich's What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?, 1962.
What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962) - It Shouldn't Frighten You Director Robert Aldrich’s twisted opening, Julie Allred as young Jane (who will become Bette Davis), Gina Gillespie young Blanche (later Joan Crawford), Dave Willock and Anne Barton their witless vaudeville parents, in What Ever Happened To Baby Jane, 1962, from Henry Farrell’s novel.
Dirty Dozen, The (1967) - I'm Volunteering England, 1944, General Worden (Ernest Borgnine), with aides Denton, Armbruster and Kinder (Robert Webber, George Kennedy, Ralph Meeker) briefing the steely Major Reisman (Lee Marvin), all before the opening credits, in Robert Aldrich's The Dirty Dozen, 1967.
Dirty Dozen, The (1967) - I Pick My Own Enemies With MP’s commanded by Richard Jaeckel, Lee Marvin as Reisman interviews military death row inmates for his maybe-suicidal with possible-amnesty mission, notably football hero Jim Brown as Jefferson, with Charles Bronson, Telly Savalas, Donald Sutherland et al, in The Dirty Dozen, 1967.
Cool Hand Luke (1967) - You Better Come Along With Us Director Stuart Rosenberg’s evocative opening, introducing Paul Newman in the title role committing his rather allegorical crime from the original novel by one-time Florida inmate Donn Pearce, from Cool Hand Luke, 1967.
Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) - I Really Loved You At One Time From director Robert Aldrich’s prologue, in 1927 Louisiana Victor Buono is plantation owner Big Sam, who has instructed philanderer Mayhew (Bruce Dern) to tell his daughter (Bette Davis, playing her much-younger self in wide shots) they won’t be eloping, in Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte, 1964.
Agent 8 3/4 (1965) - Frightful Coward Sent by the employment agency on an interview, bored writer Whistler (Dirk Bogarde) has no idea who Colonel Cunliffe (Robert Morley) really is, nor what he's after, early in Agent 8 3/4, 1965.
Agent 8 3/4 (1965) - Red Businessman Still the unwitting spy, Whistler (Dirk Bogarde) thinks he's been sent to Prague on a business trip, meeting waiter Josef (Roger Delgado) and his Czech minder Vlasta (Sylva Koscina), director Ralph Thomas the suspect in the newspaper, in Agent 8 3/4, 1965.

Family

Zoe Heller
Daughter
Actor. Made film acting debut in "Twenty-one" (1991).

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