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Suspiria (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Hey Taxi! Following narration over graphic credits establishing Jessica Harper as American dancer Suzy Bannion, arriving in Germany (Munich airport) from New York, there’s no doubt of writer-director Dario Argento’s direction, opening the gothic horror extravaganza Suspiria, 1977.
Suspiria (1977) -- (Movie Clip) There's A Murderer! Pat (Eva Axén, who mysteriously fled the German dance school where American heroine Jessica Harper just arrived) didn’t want to explain to Sonia (Susanna Javicoli) what happened, and it turns out real bad for them both, early in Dario Argento’s notorious horror spectacle, Suspiria, 1977.
Suspiria (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Very Pretty Indeed The blind Daniel (Flavio Bucci) arriving before her, American Suzy (Jessica Harper), unaware of the murder executed by director Dario Argento in her absence, is greeted by German dance academy bosses Miss Tanner and Madame Blanc (Alida Valli and Joan Bennett, in her last movie role), in Suspiria, 1977.
Suspiria (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Toward The End Of The 19th Century On her first day of classes at the bizarre German dance academy, American Suzy (Jessica Harper) is forgivably a little woozy, as director Dario Argento keeps it weird and instructor Miss Tanner (Alida Valli) keeps it harsh, Stefania Casini as friend Sara, in Suspiria, 1977.
Wise Blood (1979) -- (Movie Clip) That Makes Me A Bastard We know that Sabbath Lily (AmyWright), daughter of a phony street preacher, is determined to seduce novice anti-Jesus Christian preacher Hazel (Brad Dourif),in director John Huston's Wise Blood, 1979, from the Flannery O'Connor novel.
Wise Blood (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Jesus Don't Exist! On his first day in Taulkinham (really Macon, Georgia) Hazel Motes (Brad Dourif), with new sidekick Enoch (Dan Shor), confronts preacher Hawks (Harry Dean Stanton) and daughter Lily (Amy Wright), in John Huston's Wise Blood, 1979.
Wise Blood (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Before I Met The Prophet The relatively normal scam-artist preacher Hoover Shoates (Ned Beatty) extends professional courtesy to firebrand Hazel Motes (Brad Dourif), who isn't having any, in Wise Blood, 1979, directed by John Huston from the Flannery O'Connor novel.
Wise Blood (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Gone To Become An Angle Discharged veteran Hazel Motes (Brad Dourif) finds the grave of his grandfather (played by director John Huston), at the family farm, then decides to go to town, early in Wise Blood, 1979, from the Flannery O'Connor novel.