Phillip Adams


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Player, The (1992) -- She's Booked For The Next Two Years Director Robert Altman dazzling, still in the opening scene at the studio, Griffin (Tim Robbins) visits exec Joel (Brion James), with side-man Walter (Fred Ward) and a hanger-on, then at a restaurant cameos for Anjelica Huston and John Cusack, and a better look at rival Larry (Peter Gallagher), early in The Player, 1992.
Player, The (1992) -- I Hope You Don't Remember Me Robert Altman has quasi-villain Peter Gallagher leaving and lead Tim Robbins arriving at a chic L-A lunch spot, with a parenthetical use of Burt Reynolds and critic Charles Champlin, the table of studio boss Brion James being ground zero, in a typical episode from his Hollywood satire The Player, 1992.
Villain (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Bloody Pigeons Just after the credits, London thugs Webb and Duncan (Del Henney, Tony Selby) are awaiting playboy Benny (Stephen Sheppard) at his flat, their boss Vic (Richard Burton) awakening to do the very ugly business, opening the little known British crime drama Villain, 1971.
Villain (1971) -- (Movie Clip) It's A Bit Sordid Ian MacShane as Wolfe is hustling a bit in London, but picked up by goons (Tony Selby, John Hallam) who work for idiosyncratic crime boss Vic (Richard Burton), who’s been looking for him, their relationship only sort-of revealed in their first real scene together, in Villain, 1971.
Hatchet For The Honeymoon -- (Movie Clip) It's Only A Hothouse It's not entirely clear why policeman Russell (Jesus Puente) is visiting serial killer and bridal fashion-house chief John (Stephen Forsyth) at his estate, but they speculate, then meet the newly-hired model Helen (Dagmar Lassander), early in Mario Bava's Hatchet For The Honeymoon, 1970.
Hatchet For The Honeymoon -- (Movie Clip) Do Not Disturb After an abstract opening with nearly elevator music, director and cinematographer Mario Bava is far from orthodox introducing his killer and leading man (Stephen Forsyth), in this English-dubbed version of his Spanish-Italian "Giallo," Hatchet For The Honeymoon, 1970.
Twice Told Tales -- (Movie Clip) Dr. Heidigger's Experiment Dr. Heidigger (Sebastian Cabot) and his friend Alex Medbourne (Vincent Price) have discovered an elixir that restores youth in "Dr. Heidigger's Experiment" from Twice Told Tales, 1963.
Twice Told Tales -- (Movie Clip) House of Seven Gables Alice (Beverly Garland) is ushered into the ancestral Pyncheon home by her spooky sister-in-law Hannah (Jacqueline de Wit) in "The House of Seven Gables" from Twice Told Tales, 1963.
Twice Told Tales -- (Movie Clip) Rappaccini's Daughter Beatrice (Joyce Taylor) decides she would "rather die" than live under the curse her father (Vincent Price) has used to make her poisonous to all men in "Rappaccini's Daughter" from Twice Told Tales, 1963.
Scarlet Letter, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) What Art Thou Hiding? Having established local edicts about ladies' undergarments, Hester Prynne (Lilian Gish) doing her laundry alone, discovered by shy but enchanted Reverend Dimmesdale (Lars Hanson), in Victor Seastrom's The Scarlet Letter, 1926, from the Hawthorne novel.
Scarlet Letter, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Stern, Unforgiving People Following the credits, introduction of the nameless New England Puritan village and it's people, and the Reverend Dimmesdae (Lars Hanson), in the 1926 MGM Victor Seastrom (really Sjostrom) production of The Scarlet Letter.
Scarlet Letter, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Hester Prynne's Bird Scenes introducing Hester Prynne (Lillian Gish), depicting events not covered in the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel, disapproval led by Mistress Hibbins (Marcelle Corday), in MGM's The Scarlet Letter, 1926.