Gladys Hill


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Man Who Would Be King, The (1975) - Your Lodge Brothers Christopher Plummer as correspondent Rudyard Kipling, the author inserted into the story by director John Huston, explains to an Indian colonial official (Jack May) why he’s helping arrested fellow Freemasons Carnehan and Dravot (Michael Caine, Sean Connery), in The Man Who Would Be King, 1975.
Man Who Would Be King, The (1975) - Dear Me Alas By Jove Dravot (Sean Connery) and Carnehan (Michael Caine) have reached (imaginary) Kafiristan and saved members of one tribe from raiders of another, planning to be greeted as heroes, meeting Billy Fish (Saeed Jaffrey) and Oohta (Doghmi Larbi), in John Huston's The Man Who Would Be King, 1975.
Man Who Would Be King, The (1975) - Alexander Who? Newsman and fellow Freemason Kipling (Christopher Plummer) baffled, as Peachy (Michael Caine) and Danny (Sean Connery) lay out their plan to become kings of Kafiristan, at his office in Lahore, colonial India, ca. 1870, in John Huston's The Man Who Would Be King, 1975.
Man Who Would Be King, The (1975) - Two Englishmen Left Over Clever scene, not from the Rudyard Kipling novella, adventurers Carnehan (Michael Caine, also narrating) and Dravot (Sean Connery) encounter five Afghan tribesmen, in their journey toward Kafiristan, in John Huston's The Man Who Would Be King, 1975.
Reflections In A Golden Eye (1967) - Somebody Stole That Spoon In director John Huston's chosen tint, we meet Alison (Julie Harris), whom we know to be neurotic, with Maj. Penderton (Marlon Brando), their cheating spouses Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor) and Morris (Brian Keith) at play, in Reflections In A Golden Eye, 1967, from Carson McCullers' novel.
Reflections In A Golden Eye (1967) - There Is A Fort In The South Quoting from the novelist and establishing the extraordinary visual treatment, the introduction of Williams (Robert Forster) and Major Penderton (Marlon Brando), in one of director John Huston's personal favorites, Reflections In A Golden Eye, 1967, also starring Elizabeth Taylor.
Reflections In A Golden Eye (1967) - Firebird Is A Stallion Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor) home from a ride, really a tryst, finds Williams (Robert Forster) doing yard work, and upsetting her arriving husband Major Penderton (Marlon Brando), their tension clear in their first scene together, in John Huston's sepia-toned Reflections In A Golden Eye, 1967.
Man Who Would Be King, The (1975) - Don't You Know Me? Following the credits, chilling first scene from director John Huston, Michael Caine as "Peachy Carnehan" visiting Rudyard Kipling (Christopher Plummer, playing the author of the original story), in The Man Who Would Be King, 1975.
Night Of The Iguana, The - Don't Make Me Take Steps Defrocked priest and Mexico tour guide Shannon (Richard Burton) with his group of teachers, including precocious Charlotte (Sue Lyon) and harridan Miss Fellowes (Grayson Hall), in The Night Of The Iguana, 1964, from Tennessee Williams' play.

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