Jean Badal

Director Of Photography


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What's New, Pussycat? (1965) -- (Movie Clip) You Are Serious Adulterer! Tom Jones with the hit title tune by Burt Bacharach and Hal David over the gaudy credits, and an opening scene that sounds like a surviving piece of Woody Allen’s original screenplay, Peter Sellers as shrink Fassbender, at war with his burly wife (Eddra Gale), opening What’s New, Pussycat?, 1965.
What's New, Pussycat? (1965) -- (Movie Clip) I Can't Say No! Peter O’Toole as Paris fashion-editor Michael, on his first visit with clearly-bonkers psychiatrist Fassbender (Peter Sellers), from Woody Allen’s script, Barbara Somers the schoolteacher, Rosemary Blake the debater, in director Clive Donner’s messy sex-comedy hit What’s New, Pussycat?, 1965.
What's New, Pussycat? (1965) -- (Movie Clip) I Saw Your Lips Standing There Screenwriter Woody Allen as Parisian Victor, not quite able to take advantage of Carole (Romy Schneider), the discouraged fianceè of his commitment-averse fashion editor pal Michael (Peter O’Toole), who meantime attempts a last fling with neurotic stripper Liz (Paula Prentiss), in What’s New, Pussycat?, 1965.
Casino Royale -- (Movie Clip) Between Mind And Body Dusty Springfield with Bacharach ad David's The Look Of Love, as timid Baccarat genius Evelyn Tremble (Peter Sellers) gets reeled in by super-spy Vesper Lynd (Ursula Andress), in the James Bond spoof Casino Royale. 1967.
Behold A Pale Horse -- (Movie Clip) The Men Who Lost Echoes of Neo-Realism in Spanish Civil War footage with narration opening Fred Zinnemann's Behold A Pale Horse, 1964, from Emeric Pressburger's novel, starring Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn and Omar Sharif.
Playtime -- (Movie Clip) Arriving From Frankfurt The actor Jacques Tati not in evidence but the director very much, in the rather still opening sequence from the acclaimed Playtime, 1967, the third in his "M. Hulot" series.
Playtime -- (Movie Clip) Boston For Breakfast M. Hulot (star and director Jacques Tati) in and out of things, as his adventure along the Champs Elysee takes him to a travel agency, Americans everywhere, in Playtime (1967),Telluride Film Festival honoree 2006.
Behold A Pale Horse -- (Movie Clip) She Must Be Popular Spanish officer Vinolas (Anthony Quinn) prepares a stake out for the exiled rebel Artiguez, borrowing an apartment from working girl Maria (Perrette Pradler) in Behold A Pale Horse, 1964, from Emeric Pressburger's novel.
Behold A Pale Horse -- (Movie Clip) Manuel Artiguez Little Paco (Marietto Angeletti), having snuck into France, finds the dissolute former Spanish Republican fighter Manuel Artiguez (Gregory Peck), his first proper scene in Fred Zinnemann's Behold A Pale Horse, 1964.