Jean-francois Balmer


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Hooper (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Chariot Race Is Next! At a completely imaginary stunt-man’s benefit show in LA, Burt Reynolds as the title character is a big draw, Alfie Wise his buddy, Norm Grabowski as Hammerhead, and Jan-Michael Vincent flies in as “the Kid,” about whom there’s lots of buzz, with hero stunt man Hal Needham directing, in Hooper, 1978.
Hooper (1978) -- (Movie Clip) We May Be In Trouble First an uncredited song (the singer’s sign-off maybe the inspiration for the Toby Keith hit?) then title character Burt Reynolds with his crew at an LA bar, his squeeze Sally Field, Brian Keith and later Jan-Michael Vincent, tangle with a gang led by Steelers QB Terry Bradshaw, the reigning Super Bowl MVP (with stunt stalwart Robert Tessier), in Hooper, 1978.
Hooper (1978) -- (Movie Clip) I Won't Do Any Acting After suiting up in the credits, star Burt Reynolds (the stunt-man title character Sonny) roars down to the set where Robert Klein is the director, Adam West plays himself as the star he’s doubling-for, and James Best his buddy Cully, with Burt pal and legendary stunt man Hal Needham directing, in Hooper, 1978.
Going Home (1971) -- (Movie Clip) He Had This Nervous Stomach One-time professional bowler Harry (Robert Mitchum), paroled after 14 years in prison for murdering his wife in a drunken rage, is now sort-of employing his son Jimmy (Jan-Michael Vincent), whom he’s hardly seen in the intervening years, working on the Jersey shore, looking for common ground, in Going Home, 1971.
Going Home (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Why Do I Prefer Crisco? Recently paroled Jersey-shore ex-con Harry (Robert Mitchum) seems stunned at the appearance of his long-estranged son Jimmy (Jan-Michael Vincent), whose mother he murdered while drunk, at his trailer park, so he lets neurotic girlfriend Jenny (Brenda Vaccaro) handle the hosting, in Going Home, 1971.
Going Home (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Going Back To Pro Bowling? Having tracked his father Harry (Robert Mitchum), a Korean War vet, who’s just been paroled after serving 14 years for murdering his mother (Sally Kirkland), from Pittsburgh to a New Jersey beach town, Jimmy (Jan-Michael Vincent) enters a flashback, in which he’s played by young Jason Bernard, in Going Home, 1971.
Going Home (1971) -- (Movie Clip) He's Been Out Since Last September Having learned that he’s not going to Vietnam, Pittsburgh-area youth Jimmy (Jan-Michael Vincent) decides to visit his father, Robert Mitchum, who’s been in prison for 13 years for killing his mother, their conversations, which may or may not have happened, running in his mind, in Going Home, 1971.
White LIne Fever (1975) -- (Movie Clip) My New Bucket Joining the credit sequence, director Jonathan Kaplan getting a big bite of Tucson scenery, Vietnam vet Carrol Jo (Jan-Michael Vincent) and wife Jerri (Kay Lenz) buy a rig with their bank loan and discuss their future, Homer Hanna the salesman, in White Line Fever, 1975, co-starring Slim Pickens and LQ. Jones.
White LIne Fever (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Improper Inflation Pulled over by deputy Bob (Ron Nix), Vietnam-vet Carrol Jo (Jan-Michael Vincent), looking for his first load for his new truck, finds out he shouldn’t have crossed the crew at his late father’s partner’s firm, goons Matchstick (Neil Summers) and Clem (Martin Kove) enforcing, in White Line Fever, 1975.
White LIne Fever (1975) -- (Movie Clip) We Pay On Delivery Turned away at all the other Tucson trucking outfits, independent Carrol Jo (Jan Michael Vincent) decides to go back with a shotgun to the guy who blackballed him, his father’s old partner Duane (Slim Pickens) who, we learn, is now under the thumb of Buck (L.Q. Jones), in White Line Fever, 1975.
World's Greatest Athlete, The -- (Movie Clip) Jane Beautiful music begins as tutor Jane (Dayle Haddon) is introduced to pupil Nanu (Jan-Michael Vincent) by Coach Archer (John Amos) and his aide Milo (Tim Conway) in The World's Greatest Athlete, 1973.
World's Greatest Athlete, The -- (Movie Clip) Gazenga Coach Archer (John Amos) and his sidekick Milo (Tim Conway) discover that witch-doctor Gazenga (Roscoe Lee Browne) doesn't approve of patients who fake illness in The World's Greatest Athlete, 1973.