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Ace In The Hole (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Maybe He'd Like A Little Raw Hamburger New Mexico highway cafe business booming for Lorraine (Jan Sterling) as word of her husband trapped in the cave spreads, scheming reporter Tatum (Kirk Douglas) recruits the sheriff (Ray Teal) who joins him pressuring the engineer (Frank Jaquet), in Billy Wilder's Ace In The Hole 1951.
Underwater! (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Telling Theresa Johnny (Richard Egan) narrates as he and pal Dom (Gilbert Roland) spring their sunken treasure scheme on Theresa (who turns out to be a Latina Jane Russell), early in producer Howard Hughes' Underwater!, 1955.
Underwater! (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Go Down There! In a big payoff scene, Johnny (Richard Egan) dives to the sunken wreck and Theresa (Jane Russell) finally unveils the red suit (featured in the promotional campaign, seen above-decks for the first time) then gets trapped, in Underwater!, 1955, produced by Howard Hughes.
Ace In The Hole (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Pretty Albuquerque Hard-luck big city newsman Tatum (Kirk Douglas) has rolled into Albuquerque, because his car broke down, introducing himself to local editor Boot (Porter Hall) with a proposition, opening Billy Wilder's Ace In The Hole, 1951.
Ace In The Hole (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Mr. Federber Genuine New Mexico newsman Bob Bumpas reporting as director Billy Wilder's "everyman" Ferderber (Frank Cady) and wife (Geraldine Hall) are interviewed, circus atmosphere growing in Ace In The Hole, 1951, starring Kirk Douglas.
Ace In The Hole (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Mountain Of The Seven Vultures Enterprising newsman Tatum (Kirk Douglas) emerging from the New Mexico cave where a tourist-trap operator is stuck, tangling with a deputy (Gene Evans) then the wife (Jan Sterling), and calling his editor, in Billy Wilder's Ace In The Hole, 1951.
Ace In The Hole (1951) -- (Movie Clip) We Had A Cave-In Jaded reporter Tatum (Kirk Douglas) and cub Herbie (Bob Arthur) have stumbled into a story headed west from Albuquerque, meeting Lorraine (Jan Sterling), her father-in-law (John Berkes) and a deputy sheriff (Gene Evans), early in Billy Wilder’s Ace In The Hole, 1951.
Bloodbrothers (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Take A Run At Old Three Finger Profane scene introducing Richard Gere as “Stony” De Coco of The Bronx, fuming mad as he watches Cheri (Kristine DeBell) dance at a disco, with Marilu Henner the waitress, Ron McLarty the bouncer, and Kim Milford his buddy Butler, early in Bloodbrothers, 1978, starring Tony LoBianco and Paul Sorvino as his father and uncle.
Bloodbrothers (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Just Do What I Tell You After numerous colorful events in the opening scenes the night before, a fleshy and tense domestic events with Tony LoBianco as Bronx construction worker Tommy, Richard Gere his elder son, Leila Goldoni his wife, and Michael Hershewe his lilttle brother, in Bloodbrothers, 1978, from the Richard Price novel.
Bloodbrothers (1978) -- (Movie Clip) You Know What's Really Sick? At a Bronx hospital, the doctor (Floyd Levine) has correctly deduced that young Albert (Michael Hershewe) is anorexic because he's been abused by his troubled mother (Lelia Goldoni), refusing therapy and griping at her suspicious older son Stony (Richard Gere), in Bloodbrothers, 1978, directed by Robert Mulligan.
Bloodbrothers (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Cats Are Ancient Souls After a long credit sequence, the sun setting with an aerial trip over The Bronx, director Robert Mulligan lands in the bar run by Banion (Kenneth McMillan) where we meet Tony LoBianco as Tommy, waiting on Paul Sorvino as brother “Chubby,” and Gloria LeRoy as floozy Sylvia, in Bloodbrothers, 1978, with lots of swearing, from the Richard Price novel.
Man With The Golden Arm, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Here's To It, Molly-O Frankie Machine (Frank Sinatra, title character), reluctantly back dealing poker for a living, visits Molly (Kim Novak, her first scene), B-girl at a Chicago strip joint, after his stint in heroin re-hab, discussing her new boyfriend and his disabled wife, in Otto Preminger's The Man with the Golden Arm, 1956, from the Nelson Algren novel.