Keith Aberdein


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Inconvenient Truth, An (2006) -- (Movie Clip) I Used To Be The Next President The opening from former Vice President Al Gore and producer/director Davis Guggenheim, from the influential Academy Award-winning documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, 2006.
Inconvenient Truth, An (2006) -- (Movie Clip) I Had A Professor From his lecture tour and the acclaimed documentary by producer/director Davis Guggenheim, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore discusses his first exposure to the science of climate change, in An Inconvenient Truth, 2006.
Last Dragon, The (1985) -- (Movie Clip) The Shogun Of Harlem During a raucous Harlem screening of Bruce Lee’s Enter The Dragon, the suitably outrageous entrance of Julius Carry as “Sho ’Nuff,” with his crew, intimidating all except mild-mannered martial arts master “Bruce-Leeroy” Green (Taimak), in the Berry Gordy-Motown box office hit The Last Dragon, 1985.
Last Dragon, The (1985) -- (Movie Clip) How Did You Know? After a martial-arts silhouette-with-music credit sequence, leading man Taimak (as Leroy Green) executes some muscular tricks and is surprised when his master (Thomas Ikeda) tells him they’re done, in Motown mogul Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon, 1985.
Starlift (1951) -- (Movie Clip) You Oughta Be In Pictures Visiting the hospital at Travis Air Force Base, Doris Day (before her song), Janice Rule (as fictional movie star Nell Wayne) and Ruth Roman do schtick with the airmen, then the tune by Dana Suesse and Edward Heyman, in the Warner Bros. all-star Korean War home-front patriotic feature, Starlift, 1951.
Hand, The (1981) -- (Movie Clip) Now That I Control You Joining writer-director Oliver Stone’s opening credit sequence, using Big Bear lake as Vermont, Michael Caine is introduced as comic strip artist Jonathan Lansdale, Mara Hobel his daughter, Andrea Marcovicci his wife, in The Hand, 1981, from a novel by Marc Brandel.
Harper (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Disciples For Supper William Goldman's script from Ross MacDonald's Lew Archer novel The Moving Target, L-A private eye Paul Newman (title character) and client's daughter Miranda (Pamela Tiffin) visit mountaintop guru Claude (Strother Martin), in Harper, 1966.
Journey Of Natty Gann, The (1985) -- (Movie Clip) Chicago, 1935 Opening the popular Disney adventure saga, Meredeth Salenger is the young title character, Ray Wise her dad, Jordan Pratt and Zachary Ansley her pals, Jeremy Paul Kagan directing from the original screenplay by Jeanne Rosenberg, in The Journey Of Natty Gann, 1985.
Drowning Pool, The (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Your Wife's Amorous Activities L-A P-I Harper (Paul Newman) visiting his client and one-time lover Iris (Joanne Woodward, of course Mrs. Newman) who summoned him to her Louisiana manor home, where she explains her problem, early in The Drowning Pool, 1975, from the Ross MacDonald novel.
Drowning Pool, The (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Are You Slant Drilling Me? Out-of-town detective Harper (Paul Newman) has been invited at gunpoint to meet Louisiana oil-man J-Hugh Kilbourne (Murray Hamilton), who seems to know all about the case at hand, in The Drowning Pool, 1975, Stuart Rosenberg directing from the Ross MacDonald novel.
Drowning Pool, The (1975) -- (Movie Clip) The Door Was Unlocked Paul Newman as the title character, an L-A detective based on Ross MacDonald's Lew Archer, having learned that the client who flew him to New Orleans was an ex-lover, heads for his motel across Lake Ponchartrain, meeting teenage Schuyler (Melanie Griffith), and cop Richard Jaeckel, early in The Drowning Pool, 1975.
Harper (1966) -- (Movie Clip) You've Got Cops' Eyes Private eye Harper (Paul Newman) tracks down has-been heroin addicted singer Betty (Julie Harris) in an L-A night club, gets punished then rescued by Taggert (Robert Wagner), the eager private pilot for the man he's hunting, in Harper, 1966, from a Ross MacDonald novel.