Ely Landau


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Madwoman Of Chaillot, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Must You Talk Sex? With her fellow crackpots (Margaret Leighton as Constance, Giulietta Masina as Gabrielle), the first significant scene for Katharine Hepburn (title character), approaching the action on location at the Place de l'Alma in Paris, in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969.
Madwoman Of Chaillot, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) We Have The Bomb! With little context, "The General" (Paul Henreid) addresses his new charges, while the title character (Katharine Hepburn) advances through her neighborhood, early in director Bryan Forbes' all-star contemporary treatment of Jean Giraudoux's The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969.
Madwoman Of Chaillot, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Scratch On The Negative Waitress Irma (Nanette Newman), with Katherine Hepburn (title character), is alarmed for innocent but unconscious bridge-jumper Roderick (Richard Chamberlain), grilled by a Paris cop (Fernand Gravey), a sub-plot in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969, from the Jean Giraudoux play.
Madwoman Of Chaillot, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) What Are You Hiding From Me? Previously seen but now speaking for the first time, the Ragpicker (Danny Kaye) holds forth for the countess (Katharine Hepburn, title character) about what’s becoming of the world and her city, Nannette Newman as Irma, Richard Chamberlain Roderick, camera by Claude Renoir, nephew and colleague of Jean, in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969.
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Ten Foghorns Couldn't Wake You Austere enough, the opening to Sidney Lumet’s nearly unaltered treatment of Eugene O’Neill’s posthumous Pulitzer Prize-winner, introducing the Tyrones of New London, Katharine Hepburn, Ralph Richardson, Jason Robards Jr. and Dean Stockwell, in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, 1962.
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962) -- (Movie Clip) What A Big Baby Older brother Jamie (Jason Robards Jr.) tears into Edmund (Dean Stockwell, whose character represents the original playwright Eugene O’Neill) for not recognizing the tricks employed by their morphine addict mother (Katharine Hepburn), who soon joins them, in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, 1962.
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Not Your Jailer References to her morphine addiction still oblique, Katharine Hepburn as Mary has a tantrum after a family meal, Ralph Richardson as James takes a call from her supplier-doctor, sons (Jason Robards Jr., Dean Stockwell) holding on, in Sidney Lumet’s version of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night, 1962.
Madwoman Of Chaillot, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) A Little Horse Trading The prospector (Donald Pleasence) reveals his secret, then requires confessions from The Chairman, Broker, General, Commissar and Reverend (Yul Brynner, Charles Boyer, Paul Henreid, Oscar Homolka, John Gavin), in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969, starring Katharine Hepburn.
Chosen, The (1981) -- (Movie Clip) Make A Good Impression Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 1944, Orthodox Jewish Reuven (Barry Miller) is at home recovering from the baseball eye injury dealt him by Hasidic Danny (Robby Benson), who hopes to make amends, early in The Chosen, 1981, directed by Jeremy Paul Kagan from the Chaim Potok novel.
Chosen, The (1981) -- (Movie Clip) Physically Fit 1940's radio news under the credits, all but beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, Ron Rifkin the baseball coach, Barry Miller narrating as "Reuven Malter," introducing Robby Benson as "Danny Saunders," in director Jeremy Paul Kagan's treatment of the popular Chaim Potok novel, The Chosen, 1981.
Hopscotch (1980) -- (Movie Clip) Russian Intelligence Opening scenes, CIA man Kendig (Walter Matthau) at a Munich biergarten, tracking adversaries including Yaskov (Herbert Lom, Inspector Clouseau's boss), in director Ronald Neame's Hopscotch, 1980.

Family

Tina Landau
Daughter
Director.
Jon Landau
Son
Executive.

Companions

Edie Landau
Wife
Producer.

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