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Point Blank (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Open, How Did I Get Here? The opening, which has been noted to have apparent French New Wave influences, of director John Boorman's acclaimed Point Blank, 1967, in which Walker (Lee Marvin) wakes up recalling the caper staged with his wife (Sharon Acker) and buddy (John Vernon).
Point Blank (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Battle Of Alcatraz The second part of the opening of John Boorman's Point Blank, 1967, in which Walker (Lee Marvin), shot by his partner in crime, wakes up at abandoned Alcatraz as the credits roll, then appears on a tourist boat, shadowed by a mysterious Keenan Wynn.
Point Blank (1967) -- (Movie Clip) He Makes My Flesh Crawl Vengeful Walker (Lee Marvin), after his wife, who betrayed him along with his crime partner Reese, committed suicide, invades the San Francisco apartment of her sister Chris (Angie Dickinson, her first scene), who has also come under Reese’s influence, in John Boorman’s byzantine Point Blank, 1967.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) We Used To Swim Here Producer-Director Philip D’Antoni, who also produced The French Connection, 1971, brings leading man Roy Scheider (co-star of of that film) as cop Buddy to meet childhood pal Vito (Tony LoBianco, who was also the informant in the previous film), early in The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) You'll Find It's Quite Unique Producer-director Philip D’Antoni goes all-in for Manhattan, from Grand Central terminal to Park Ave, finding Roy Scheider on what we’ll learn is a police operation, the courier played by ex-detective Sonny Grosso, on-whom Scheider’s character is based, opening the French Connection sort-of follow-up, The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) We Never Make Mistakes Possibly cops and definitely thugs Moon and Bo (Richard Lynch, Bill Hickman) realize something’s wrong in their ransom pay-off, wind up shooting a colleague of real cops Buddy and Barilli (Roy Scheider, Victor Arnold), beginning the celebrated nine-minute car chase in the Bronx, in The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) You Want The Wax? Somewhat famous scene in which goons Moon and Bo (Richard Lynch and Bill Hickman, also the stunt co-ordinator), who just finished kidnapping a loan-shark, and who might also be cops, don’t realize they’re being set up, as they visit a Manhattan car wash, in The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Enemy Of The People, An (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Something You're Keeping From Me? Some exposition but more about the relationship between Steve McQueen, as Dr. Stockmann, and Charles Durning as his brother the mayor, moving toward their dispute over the lucrative hot spring resort in their 19th century Norwegian town, in An Enemy Of The People, 1978, from the Henrik Ibsen play.
Enemy Of The People, An (1978) -- (Movie Clip) So Much Hypocrisy Dinner at the home of Dr. Stockmann (Steve McQueen), Bibi Andersson his wife, Robin Pearson Rose his daughter, Michael Cristofer, Michael Higgins and Richard Bradford his guests, sharing news of trouble with their Norwegian town’s main attraction, in An Enemy Of The People, based on the Henrik Ibsen play.
Enemy Of The People, An (1978) -- (Movie Clip) We Don't Like Troublemakers Dr. Stockmann (Steve McQueen), with wife (Bibi Andersson) and kids, finds that the town assembly, where he plans to prove the local spa is unsafe, is being hijacked by his brother, the mayor (Charles Durning) and organizer Aslaksen (Richard Dysart), in An Enemy Of The People, 1978.