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White Hunter Black Heart -- (Movie Clip) Almost Divine Ability Jeff Fahey narrates from the novel written by screenwriter Peter Viertel shortly after shooting The African Queen with John Huston, Clint Eastwood (who also directed) as his subject, Charlotte Cornwell the girl-Friday, opening White Hunter Black Heart, 1990.
White Hunter Black Heart -- (Movie Clip) The Dangerous Life At a Hollywood club, big names gather before shooting for the thinly-veiled The African Queen, George Dzundza modeled on producer Sam Spiegel, Clint Eastwood (also directing) on John Huston, Jeff Fahey on writer Peter Viertel, Marisa Berenson on Hepburn, Richard Vanstone and Jamie Koss on Bogart and Bacall, in White Hunter Black Heart, 1990.
White Hunter Black Heart -- (Movie Clip) Such A Hardy Bugger Director and star Clint Eastwood, modeled on John Huston, introduces Jeff Fahey (modeled on screenwriter Peter Viertel) to a hunter and friend (Martin Jacobs, Mel Martin), then discuss their script (verbatim from Viertel's for The African Queen), in White Hunter Black Heart, 1990.
Bird (1988) -- (Movie Clip) I Owe Dizzy Everything Forest Whitaker the title character, sax player Charlie Parker, with wife Chan (Diane Venora), after his release from hospital following a minor crisis, recalling his obligation to friend and trumpet legend Dizzy "Birks" Gillespie (Samuel E. Wright), in Clint Eastwood's Bird, 1988.
Bird (1988) -- (Movie Clip) Charlie From Just Around Hamilton Camp the hustling "Mayor" of Manhattan's West 52nd Street, meets Keith David as "Buster" Smith (a real person!) who recalls early days in Kansas City with the young Charlie "Yardbird" Parker (Damon Whitaker, nephew of the star Forest Whitaker), in Clint Eastwood's bio-pic Bird, 1988.
Bird (1988) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Lester Leaps In Director Clint Eastwood fashions an intriguing opening, introducing his star Forest Whitaker, then the first of many performances using original recordings by the subject, Charlie "Yardbird" Parker, in this case a Lester Young number he often played, in the 1988 bio-pic Bird.