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Gallant Hours, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Put That Ice Pick Away Admiral Halsey (James Cagney) gets the skinny on Yamomoto from Commander Pulaski (Vaughn Taylor) then diverts aide Lowe (Dennis Weaver) and doctor Keys (Walter Sande) in producer-director Robert Montgomery's bio-pic The Gallant Hours, 1960.
Gallant Hours, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Three Men In That Squad Will Survive Pacific commander Admiral Halsey (James Cagney) visiting with soldiers at Guadalcanal, with aide "Andy" (Dennis Weaver) and producer-director Robert Montgomery narrating, in The Gallant Hours, 1960.
Gallant Hours, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) 22 November, 1945 Martial and reverent opening from producer-director and narrator Robert Montgomery, introducing James Cagney as Admiral "Bull" Halsey, in The Gallant Hours, 1960.
Duel (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Chuck's Cafe Pace of editing, noise and music increases as the demon truck is now openly out to get driver Dave (Dennis Weaver) in Steven Spielberg's TV movie Duel, 1971.
Duel (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Flammable The first encounter between driver Dave (Dennis Weaver) in his red Plymouth Valiant and a nasty looking tanker truck, with radio entertainment, from Steven Spielberg's TV movie Duel, 1971.
Duel (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits The P.O.V. seems to be the hood of a car cruising through L.A., with extensive A-M radio accompaniment, in the opening titles from Steven Spielberg's T-V movie Duel (1971), starring Dennis Weaver.
Duel (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Passing Lane Dave Mann (Dennis Weaver) in his red Plymouth Valiant discovers the ill intentions of the unseen truck driver in Steven Spielberg's celebrated TV movie Duel, 1971.
Duel (1971) -- (Movie Clip) You Never Know In an extraordinary long take, a sample of internal monologue from the rattled Dave (Dennis Weaver) who soon discovers the killer truck isn't gone, in Steven Spielberg's Duel, 1971.
Seven Angry Men -- (Movie Clip) An Eye For An Eye Abolitionist John Brown (Raymond Massey) and sons (including Jeffrey Hunter, Guy Williams, Dennis Weaver) receive information and take revenge, reflecting historic events in Seven Angry Men, 1955, produced by Walter Mirisch.
Seven Angry Men -- (Movie Clip) No Blood Has Been Shed Rev. White (Leo Gordon) and band visit John Brown (Raymond Massey) and free-staters at Osawatomie, backed by younger Browns (including Guy Williams, Larry Pennell, Jeffrey Hunter and Dennis Weaver as nervous John Jr.) in Seven Angry Men, 1955.