Norman Priggen


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Black Gunn (1972) -- (Movie Clip) You've Got A Lot Of Chops Impatient with an LA socialite (Luciana Paluzzi) seeking his favor, Jim Brown (title character), in the mansion adjoining his plush night club, deals with an intrusion by crazed hit man Kriley (Bruce Glover) and thugs (William Campbell, Don Borisenko) hunting his brother, Jim’s assistant Larry played by Timothy Brown, no relation, but a fellow NFL veteran, in Black Gunn, 1972.
Black Gunn (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Black Action Group Shooting on location in Culver City, mob-hired goons led by Kriley (Bruce Glover, with William Campbell, Don Borisenko) hunting the brother of the title character (Jim Brown) have come to the right place, headquarters of the militant “Black Action Group,” but are faced-down by Seth (Bernie Casey) and crew, in Black Gunn, 1972.
King & Country (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Royal Fellowship Of Death Arresting opening from director Joseph Losey, with the Royal Artillery Memorial at Hyde Park and its quote from Henry V, from the World War I drama King & Country, 1964, starring Tom Courtenay and Dirk Bogarde.
King & Country (1964) -- (Movie Clip) It's No Worse For You From the first interview by British military attorney Hargreaves (Dirk Bogarde), who began with little sympathy for accused deserter "Hamp" (Tom Courtenay), near the front in Belgium, circa 1917, in Joseph Losey's King & Country, 1964.
King & Country (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Here Dead Lie We The voice of accused deserter "Hamp" (Tom Courtenay) with the opening lines of the A.E. Houseman poem known by its first line, continuing director Joseph Losey's opening, also introducing officers Webb (Barry Foster) and Hargreaves (Dirk Bogarde), in the WWI drama King & Country, 1964.