Robert Balderson


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Sounder (1972) -- (Movie Clip) In These Hard Times Sharecropper Nathan (Paul Winfield) and wife Rebecca (Cicely Tyson) leading the family home, finding Sheriff Young (James Best) waiting to make a bogus arrest, in Martin Ritt's Sounder, 1972.
Sounder (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Needed Time Opening with the original Lightnin’ Hopkins recording of the song on which Taj Mahal based his score, leading to his first original song, with Paul Winfield as Nathan and Kevin Hooks as David Lee, hunting a raccoon in the dark, on location in Louisiana, opening Martin Ritt's Sounder, 1972.
Sounder (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Baseball Is Your Game Soundtrack composer and performer Taj Mahal (as Ike) lays a decent tag on a base-runner from a pick-off throw by Paul Winfield (as Nathan Lee), Cicely Tyson (as Rebecca) and kids (Kevin Hooks, Eric Hooks) cheering the sharecroppers' team, in Depression-era Louisiana, early in Sounder, 1972.
Sounder (1972) -- (Movie Clip) It's Nathan! Famous scene, David Lee (Kevin Hooks) and Rebecca (Cicely Tyson) shocked to see Nathan (Paul Winfield) returning from jail, John G. Alonzo's photography, in Martin Ritt's Sounder, 1972.
Wild Strawberries (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Even Clearer Images Of Memory Having spontaneously stopped at the his family’s old country vacation home, dismissing his daughter-in-law (Ingrid Thulin), Professor Isak Borg recalls his youth, his cousin Sara (Bibi Andersson) and eldest brother (Per Sjostrand), in Ingmar Bergman’s Wild Strawberries, 1957.
Cry In The Dark, A (1988) -- (Original Trailer) Original trailer for director Fred Schepisi's acclaimed treatment of the case that enthralled and polarized Australia, starring Meryl Streep and Sam Neill, A Cry In The Dark, 1988.
Aaron Loves Angela (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Too Much Like My Old Man Pal Willie (Leon Pinkney) has not only broken in at Coney Island but also turned on the merry-go-round, good fun for mutually-attracted African American and Latin teens Kevin Hooks and Irene Cara (title characters), getting to know each other, in Gordon Parks Jr.'s Aaron Loves Angela, 1975.