Paul Heller


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Withnail & I (1987) -- (Movie Clip) My Thumbs Have Gone Weird Following the credits, Marwood (Paul McGann) narrates and ever-profane Withnail (Richard E. Grant) is introduced, both in diminished circumstances, in writer-director Bruce Robinson's partly autobiographical cult comedy Withnail & I, 1987.
Withnail & I (1987) -- (Movie Clip) I Will Never Play The Dane Lacking any assets or ideas, jobless actor roommates Marwood (Paul McGann) and Withnail (Richard E. Grant) visit the latter’s flamboyant uncle Monty (Richard Griffiths), in 1969 London, in writer-director Bruce Robinson’s Withnail & I, 1987.
Withnail & I (1987) -- (Movie Clip) Show No Fear On their disastrous vacation to England’s Lake District, placing a bitter call to his agent in London, Withnail (Richard E. Grant) fumes at Marwood (Paul McGann) and leads them into an encounter with the farmer (Michael Elphick) and a bull, in Withnail & I, 1987.
Enter The Dragon (1973) -- (Movie Clip) A Good Martial Artist Opening scene said to have been directed by the star, Bruce Lee dominates a student (future Hong Kong martial arts star, producer and director Sammo Hung), then consults with a master (Roy Chiao), in Lee’s last film, the first martial arts feature by a Hollywood studio, Enter The Dragon. 1973.
Enter The Dragon (1973) -- (Movie Clip) An Island Fortress, Really In Hong Kong, Lee (Bruce Lee), sent on a mission of honor from his Shaolin school, is briefed by a British intelligence agent (Geoffrey Weeks), who’s after the same guy, Han (Shih Kien), and his goon Oharra (Robert Wall) for various crimes, early in Enter The Dragon, 1973.
Enter The Dragon (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Oharra's Treachery At the tournament sponsored by crooked Shaolin master Han (Shih Kien) on his private island, Lee (Bruce Lee), whom the organizers don’t know is an agent sent to break up their criminal scheme, duels creepy Oharra (Robert Wall), who resorts to cheating, in Enter The Dragon, 1973.
Enter The Dragon (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Han's Prison Having penetrated the underground prison where master criminal Han keeps kidnapped prostitutes etc. on his private island, star and uncredited co-director Bruce Lee takes on all comers, including future superstar Jackie Chan at about one-minute twenty-seconds, in Enter The Dragon, 1973.