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Member Of The Wedding, The (1952) -- (Movie Clip) That Green And Crazy Summer Julie Harris (as "Frankie") with Ethel Waters (as "Berenice") and the rest of the cast, introduced in the opening scene of Fred Zinnemann's The Member of the Wedding, 1952, from Carson McCullers' novel and play.
Member Of The Wedding, The (1952) -- (Movie Clip) It Don't Do! Frankie (Julie Harris) and Berenice (Ethel Waters) disagree about her new dress, John Henry (Brandon de Wilde) observing, in The Member of the Wedding, 1952, from Carson McCullers' novel and play.
Split, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Blow Your Face Off After staging real-world encounters with Ernest Borgnine, Jack Klugman, Donald Sutherland and Warren Oates (as Klinger, Kifka, Negli and Gough) planner Gladys (Julie Harris) explains why heist-man McClain (Jim Brown) has brought them together, in The Split, 1968, also starring Gene Hackman.
East Of Eden (1955) -- (Movie Clip) You Have No Repentance! Salinas, California, 1917, righteous Christian dad Adam (Raymond Massey) is angered by Cal (James Dean) who resists a bible reading, brother Aron (Richard Davalos) fleeing, after which they discuss the boys’ long-absent mother, in Elia Kazan’s film from John Steinbeck’s novel, East Of Eden, 1955.
East Of Eden (1955) -- (Movie Clip) They Dug Up A Mastodon Teen Cal (James Dean) returns to Salinas, California after an unauthorized visit to coastal Monterey, where director Elia Kazan introduces his brother Aron (Richard Davalos), and girlfriend Abra (Julie Harris), and their father Adam (Raymond Massey) in East Of Eden, 1955, from John Steinbeck’s novel.
Haunting, The (1963) -- (Movie Clip) It Knows My Name! Dr. Markway (Richard Johnson) and Luke (Russ Tamblyn), with highly-sensitive Theodora (Claire Bloom) and traumatized Eleanor (Julie Harris), who hears voices, as the house begins to pulse, in Robert Wise's The Haunting, 1963.
Harper (1966) -- (Movie Clip) You've Got Cops' Eyes Private eye Harper (Paul Newman) tracks down has-been heroin addicted singer Betty (Julie Harris) in an L-A night club, gets punished then rescued by Taggert (Robert Wagner), the eager private pilot for the man he's hunting, in Harper, 1966, from a Ross MacDonald novel.
Reflections In A Golden Eye (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Somebody Stole That Spoon In director John Huston's chosen tint, we meet Alison (Julie Harris), whom we know to be neurotic, with Maj. Penderton (Marlon Brando), their cheating spouses Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor) and Morris (Brian Keith) at play, in Reflections In A Golden Eye, 1967, from Carson McCullers' novel.
Requiem For A Heavyweight (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Why Did You Leave Your Last Job? The morning after losing his last fight and being ordered to retire, heavyweight “Mountain” Rivera (Anthony Quinn) visits the unemployment office, quickly getting the full attention of counselor Grace Miller (Julie Harris, her first scene), in director Ralph Nelson’s Requiem for a Heavyweight, 1962.
East Of Eden (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Girls Follow You Around Troubled Cal (James Dean), now committed to his father’s lettuce venture, is visited by his more upstanding brother’s girlfriend Abra (Julie Harris), whose interest in him is growing, Elia Kazan directing from John Steinbeck’s novel set in Northern California, 1917, East Of Eden, 1955.
Haunting, The (1963) -- (Movie Clip) It's Alive! New arrivals Eleanora (Julie Harris, narrating) and Theodora (Claire Bloom) get acquainted first with Hill House then with Dr. Markway (Richard Johnson) in director Robert Wise's The Haunting, 1963.
Member of the Wedding, The -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits Opening credit sequence from Fred Zinneman's The Member of the Wedding, 1952, starring Julie Christie in her Academy Award-nominated debut, with Ethel Waters, from Carson McCullers' novel and play.