Don M. Mankiewicz


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Trial (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, San Juno Village Beach All-out "ripped from the headlines" scene-setting featuring Rafael Campos (as "Angel") in the dramatic opening of director Mark Robson's Trial, 1955, starring Glenn Ford and Arthur Kennedy.
Trial (1955) -- (Movie Clip) He Talks White Supremacy Director Mark Robson shooting at an LA-area cemetery, Glenn Ford, Arthur Kennedy and Dorothy McGuire the legal team for their innocent client, at the funeral for the presumed murder victim, James Todd the minister, James Hoyt and Paul Guilfoyle the local racists demanding justice against the Latino perp, in writer Don Mankiewicz’s Trial, 1955.
Trial (1955) -- (Movie Clip) This Young Man's Voice Is A Mighty Weapon Glenn Ford as David Blake, law professor who signed on to gain trial experience, and is arguing the case for big time attorney Castle (Arthur Kennedy), grumbling about the publicity operation, which is illustrated with scenes at the LA Shrine Auditorium, with Katy Jurado, Barry Kelley et al, in Trial, 1955, from writer Don Mankiewicz and director Mark Robson.
Trial (1955) -- (Movie Clip) That Meant Me Keep Out! Everybody fighting over young suspect Angel (Rafael Campos) including lawyer Barney (Arthur Kennedy), professor David (Glenn Ford) and mom (Katy Jurado) in an early scene from director Mark Robson's Trial, 1955.
Chapman Report, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) You Live Here Alone? Veteran George Cukor directing this steamy modern vignette, the first scene for Claire Bloom (as tipsy "Naomi") and strapping young Chad Everett as the delivery man, early in The Chapman Report, 1962, from the novel inspired by the famous "Kinsey Report" on sexual behavior.
Chapman Report, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Taking Those Diet Pills Arrived home from the introductory talk by the folks conducting the sex survey, Sarah (Shelley Winters) with husband Frank (Harold J. Stone), and in flashback revealing her affair with Fred (Ray Danton), in The Chapman Report, 1962, directed by George Cukor.
I Want To Live (1958) -- (Movie Clip) No Federal Rap Introducing Peg (Virginia Vincent) then Barbara (Susan Hayward) on a visit to San Francisco with their paid-for dates, when a detective (Wendell Holmes) drops by, early in Robert Wise's I Want To Live, 1958.
I Want To Live (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Make It Out To Cash Barbara (Susan Hayward) working a con, rescued by bartender Hank (Wesley Lau), then meeting his crooked partner Perkins (Philip Coolidge), director Robert Wise embarking on a crime montage, in I Want To Live, 1958.
Chapman Report, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Isn't That Normal? Following flashback scenes illustrating her concern that she may be "frigid," young suburban L-A widow Kathleen (Jane Fonda) in her first anonymous sex-survey interview with expert Paul (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.), from director George Cukor's The Chapman Report, 1962.
I Want To Live! (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Beat The Cyanide Barbara (Susan Hayward) with fellow inmate Rita (Marion Marshall) cutting a deal to have her boyfriend Ben (Peter Breck) set up an alibi, in Robert Wise's I Want To Live!, 1958.