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Night To Remember, A (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Iceberg Dead Ahead! First Officer Murdoch (Richard Leech) on the bridge as RMS Titanic meets iceberg, trouble in the engine and dining rooms, Captain Smith (Laurence Naismith) summoned, in turn sending Moody (Michael Bryant) to fetch architect Andrews (Michael Goodliffe), in A Night To Remember , 1958.
Night To Remember, A (1958) -- (Movie Clip) It's All Titanic, This Preliminaries, the ship having been christened before the credits, Kenneth More as Lightoller, the real Second Officer on RMS Titanic, Jane Downs his wife, Patrick Waddington and Harriette Johns an upper-class couple en route to the ship, in director Roy Baker’s A Night To Remember,1958.
Night To Remember, A (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Mild Winter Up In The Arctic The Titanic’s first full day at sea, Captain Smith (Laurence Naismith) dining with Ismay (Frank Lawton), chairman of the line, Anthony Bushell captain of the neighboring Californian, Geoffrey Bayldon his wireless man, David McCallum delivering ice warnings, in A Night To Remember , 1958.
Devil's Bride, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Look At The Eyes! Apparently too late to interrupt a big satanic ritual at the new home of their wayward wealthy protegé, “Duc” Richleau (Christopher Lee) and friend Rex (Leon Greene) instead discover convincing evidence of evil, in Hammer Films’ The Devil’s Bride (a.k.a. The Devil Rides Out), 1968.
Never A Dull Moment (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Stop That Bleeding Escorted by Tony Bill as henchman Florian, who’s mistaken him for west coast hit man Ace, actor Jack (Dick Van Dyke) has found it safer to play along, as he’s introduced to art-loving mobster Joe (Edward G. Robinson, himself a noted art connoisseur) and his painting instructor Sally (Dorothy Provine), in the Disney comedy Never A Dull Moment, 1968.
Never A Dull Moment (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Open, We've Got You Surrounded! Opening gag has Walt Disney regular Dick Van Dyke using deadly force, for reasons quickly explained, with Anthony Caruso and Jackie Russell briefly featured, Jerry Paris directing, in Never A Dull Moment, 1968, also starring Edward G. Robinson and Dorothy Provine.
Never A Dull Moment (1968) -- (Movie Clip) You're Very High Strung Bit part actor Jack (Dick Van Dyke), whom gangster Joe (Edward G. Robinson) has mistaken for a hit-man named Ace, is forced to improvise when he turns up on TV, as he meets the mob, Joanna Moore as Melanie, with Ned Glass, Richard Bakalyan, Slim Pickens, Philip Coolidge and Henry Silva (as Rimsy, Bobby, Cowboy, Fingers and Frank), in the Walt Disney comedy Never A Dull Moment 1968.
Robert Osborne's 20th Anniversary Special (2015) -- (Excerpt) From Robert Osborne's 20th Anniversary Tribute, 2015.
Cooley High (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Y'all Need To Go To Church After school Preach (Glynn Turman) in a dice game with Stone and Robert (recruited Chicago gang members Rick Stone and Norman Gibson, in their first scene), joined by Cochise (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs), the bothered Brenda (Cynthia Davis) and proprietor Martha (Juanita McConnell), Michael Schultz directing from Eric Monte's original screenplay, in Cooley High, 1975.
Cooley High (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Rise And Shine Not accidentally idyllic, though the Chicago scenes and other elements confirm that the credit sequence was shot after 1964, when the story begins, with The Supremes’ recording of the Holland-Dozier-Holland song, and director Michael Schultz just introducing leads Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs and Glynn Turman, opening Cooley High, 1975.
Cooley High (1975) -- (Movie Clip) You Eat The Hot Dog Arguably the most satisfying cutting-class sequence ever made, Preach (Glynn Turman) guides Pooter (Corin Rogers) through the nosebleed routine, Cochise (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs) out the back, Willie (Maurice Leon Havis) joining outside, Michael Schultz directing with the Steve Wonder recording of the song by Clarence Paul and Henry Cosby, on location in Chicago, early in Cooley High, 1975.
Cooley High (1975) -- (Movie Clip) I Guess R Means Reverse Interrupting a ragged, intoxicated doo-wop attempt, Stone (Rick Stone) at the window and Robert (Norman Gibson) at the wheel persuade Cochise (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs) and Preach (Glynn Turman) to join them in their liberated Cadillac, headed for the Gold Coast of 1964 Chicago, in Cooley High, 1975.




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