Conversation, The (1974) - Opening, Union Square
One long complex shot (featuring Frederic Forrest and Cindy Williams)on San Francisco's Union Square is the fitting opening for Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation, 1974, starring Gene Hackman.
Conversation, The (1974) - Reconstruction
Hired corporate surveillance man Harry (Gene Hackman) begins his reconstruction of the conversation between still nameless targets Cindy Williams and Frederic Forrest, with acclaimed work by editor Walter Murch, in Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation, 1974.
Live A Little, Love A Little (1968) - A Little Less Conversation
Elvis as photographer Greg has landed a job at a Playboy-like outfit, working a party and getting friendly with model Ellen (Celeste Yarnall), introducing the Mac Davis tune that became a worldwide hit, though not this recording, in 2002, in Live A Little, Love A Little, 1968.
Conversation, The (1974) - Pioneer Glass
We're just meeting Harry Caul (Gene Hackman), as he drops in on colleague Stan (John Cazale), as they monitor Cindy Williams and Frederic Forrest in San Francisco's Union Square, continuing the opening sequence in The Conversation, directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- A Conversation With Gregory Peck (1999)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces A Conversation With Gregory Peck, 1999.
Michael Phillips Intro -- The Conversation (1974)
Guest host Michael Phillips introduces The Conversation, 1974.
Conversation, The (1974) - Don't Get Involved
For-hire San Francisco surveillance expert Harry (Gene Hackman) is received and warned by "the director's assistant" (Harrison Ford) as the plot thickens in Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation, 1974.
Conversation With Lee Grant, A -- (TCM Original) 2014
Join TCM's Robert Osborne for this exclusive interview with the acclaimed actress and director Lee Grant, recorded in July, 2014, marking the publication of her memoir "I Said Yes To Everything."
Conversation, The (1974) - Room 773
Surveillance expert Harry Caul (Gene Hackman) has gone a little rogue as he runs a wiretap from a hotel bathroom. pursuing a corporate espionage case in Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation, 1974.