Stephen Barbers




Cast (Feature Film)

Missing in Action (1984)

Life Events


Movie Clip

All That Jazz (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Take Off With Us Sandahl Bergman, already a Broadway regular for director Bob Fosse, is a principal along with Eileen Casey, Bruce Davis, Gary Flannery, many others, with Fosse's own staging, and Roy Scheider the Fosse-based character Joe Gideon, in the tame opening section of the number, the original tune by Stanley Lebowsky and Fred Tobias, leading into the sensational
All That Jazz (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Without The Benefit Of Dying Herself Director Bob Fosse gives us Roy Scheider as Fosse-based director Joe Gideon, after a grueling dance rehearsal, editing his film about a dead comic, with Cliff Gorman as Davis Newman, based on Dustin Hoffman, who played the real Lenny Bruce, in Fosse's film Lenny, focused on the famous Bruce routine about death, with Sue Paul and his actual editor, Alan Heim, in the cutting room, in All That Jazz, 1979.
All That Jazz (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Open, On Broadway Joe Gideon is a hedonistic workaholic who knocks back a daily dose of amphetamines to juggle a new Broadway production while editing his new movie, not to mention ex-wife Audrey, steady girlfriend Kate, a young daughter, and various conquests. Joe cannot, however, avoid intimations of mortality from white-clad vision Angelique that lead him to look back at his life as he heads for a near-inevitable coronary.
All That Jazz (1979) — (Movie Clip) A Better Dancer Another pass at director Bob Fosse’s “It’s Showtime” montage with dexedrine leads to a rehearsal where the Fosse figure Joe Gideon (Roy Scheider) shreds dancer Victoria (Deborah Geffner), whom he hired in exchange for sex, who then earns some redemption, in All That Jazz, 1979.
That's Entertainment! (1974) -- (Movie Clip) The Greatest Partner Mickey Rooney’s narration ends with a toss to Gene Kelly on MGM’s New York set, who recklessly names his favorite partner, throwing to their number in Take Me Out To The Ball Game, 1949, in the studio’s 50th anniversary musical compilation, That’s Entertainment!, 1974.
That's Entertainment! (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Singin' In The Rain Frank Sinatra opens the narration with some of the history of the song by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed, especially as it relates to movies and to MGM, in the studio’s hit 50th anniversary documentary feature, That’s Entertainment!, 1974.
Mountains Of The Moon (1990) -- (Movie Clip) Of Course There's The Nile In director Bob Rafelson’s opening, aspiring explorer Speke (Iain Glen) arrives on the east coast of Africa, 1854, Pip Torrens and Philip Voss representing the British army, then Christoper Fulford and Garry Cooper as followers of the vaunted Captain Richard Burton (Patrick Bergin), in Mountains Of The Moon, 1990.
Mountains Of The Moon (1990) -- (Movie Clip) Fevers And Madness Setting out from Zanzibar or thereabouts, Burton (Patrick Bergin) narrates as he and Speke (Iain Glen) begin their famous 1857 expedition to seek the source of the Nile, eventually coming on Delroy Lindo, in trouble with some lions, in director Bob Rafelson's Mountains Of The Moon, 1990.
Mountains Of The Moon (1990) -- (Movie Clip) Royal Geographic Society Explorer Burton (Patrick Bergin) lobbying the society in director Bob Rafelson’s emphatically Victorian London, introducing Lord Murchison (John Savident), Fiona Shaw as Isabel, Richard E. Grant as Larry, Peter Vaughan and Frances Cuka as Lord and Lady Houghton and Craig Crosbie as the poet Swinburne, in Mountains Of The Moon 1990.