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Anderson Tapes, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Did I Scare You? Still unaware of the manifold surveillance operations arrayed against him, Duke (Sean Connery, title character) visits his ex-con pal “The Kid” (Christopher Walken, in his first studio feature film) in a Manhattan electronics shop, enlisting help in a high-end burglary, in director Sidney Lumet’s The Anderson Tapes, 1971.
Anderson Tapes, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) You've Had The Operation? Newly paroled thief "Duke" Anderson (Sean Connery) visits Tommy (Martin Balsam), an antique dealer sporting Nehru jacket and ascot, to discuss business in Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes, 1971, from Lawrence Sanders' novel.
Anderson Tapes, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Open, I Feel Deeply Moved Profane opening from Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes, 1971, based on the trend-setting first novel by Lawrence Sanders, finds thief "Duke" Anderson (Sean Connery) in group therapy, about to be released from prison, Anthony Holland as the obsequious shrink.
Anderson Tapes, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Diving For Sponges Just released from prison, thief "Duke" Anderson (Sean Connery) has a proposal for semi-reformed mobster Angelo (Alan King), neither knowing they're under surveillance, in this case by feds, Ralph Stanley (a.k.a. Raoul Kraushaar) the consigliere, in Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes, 1971.
Anderson Tapes, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Credits, No Hot Water Quincy Jones music and Sean Connery (as "Duke" Anderson) being released from prison, in the only credit sequence ever to feature the words "and introducing Christopher Walken," from Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes, 1971, from the Lawrence Sanders novel.
Anderson Tapes, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) I Want To Eat It! Christopher Walken (as "The Kid") in almost his first movie role, ushering fellow ex-cons Duke (Sean Connery) and "Pop" (Stan Gottleib) back into society via the Port Authority Bus Terminal in The Anderson Tapes, 1971, from Lawrence Sanders' novel.
Billy Jack (1971) -- (Movie Clip) He Thinks She Ran Away Runaway Barbara (Julie Webb), just returned home to Arizona but beaten by her deputy sheriff father and found by Tom Laughlin (the title character, writer and director), is examined by the doctor (Victor Izay) and compassionate sheriff (Clark Howat), leading to the introduction of educator Jean (Delores Taylor), in Billy Jack, 1971.
Family Plot (1976) -- (Movie Clip) A Psychic As A Dry Salami After the opening in which Blanche (Barbara Harris) communed with a wealthy San Francisco widow, she toys with cabbie George (Bruce Dern), whom we learn is her boyfriend, lying to him in the process, early in director Alfred Hitchcock’s last film, Family Plot, 1976.
Family Plot (1976) -- (Movie Clip) I Told You About Danger Adamson (William Devane) and Fran (Karen Black) have just returned their hostage and secured their gigantic diamond ransom, and we learn, as they return home, that they appear to be a redoubtable well-to-do San Francisco couple, in Alfred Hitchcock’s Family Plot, 1976.
Family Plot (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Did You Find Walter? Phony psychic Blanche (Barbara Harris) is seeing a routine client (Louise Lorimer) when her cohort, cabbie George (Bruce Dern) appears with a lead on a separate case that could earn them $10,000, director Alfred Hitchcock having fun with it, in Family Plot, 1976.
Family Plot (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Never Liked Them Multiple Funerals Bent San Francisco cabbie George (Bruce Dern), now posing as a lawyer investigating a case, comes to a cemetery, where he discovers the man he’s after appears to be dead, meeting the maybe-creepy caretaker (John Steadman), in Alfred Hitchcock’s last picture, Family Plot, 1976.
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.