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Fugitive Kind, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) You Afraid I'll Snitch? Joanne Woodward as wayward heiress Carol Cutrere blows into a tiny Mississippi downtown (in a new-ish Jaguar XK), having recognized Marlon Brando as drifter “Snakeskin”, Maureen Stapleton as his new friend Vee, helping him land a job in the general store, Emory Richardson as the odd “Uncle Blessing,”in The Fugitive Kind, 1960, from Tennessee Williams’ play, directed by Sidney Lumet.
Fugitive Kind, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) You're Also Known As Snakeskin? Marlon Brando is largely alone, in the opening before the credits, Sidney Lumet directing, the screenplay by Tennessee Williams (from his poorly reviewed play Orpheus Descending) with Meade Roberts, from The Fugitive Kind, 1960, also starring Anna Magnani, Geraldine Page and Joanne Woodward.
Fugitive Kind, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) She Made A Mistake About Me After an evening with unglued local heiress Carol, Marlon Brando as drifter-musician “Snakeskin” Xavier introduces himself to Anna Magnani (who got top billing in the Italian release) as “Lady” Torrance, wife of the ailing owner of the general store, looking for work, at least, in The Fugitive Kind, 1960, directed by Sidney Lumet from a Tennessee Williams play.
Hanging Tree, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Maybe Forever Vagrant Rune (Ben Piazza), seen stealing from a gold sluice in the new Montana mining town of Skull Creek, and shot by pursuing miners, meets Doc (Gary Cooper), who is new in town and whose background is so far unknown, early in Delmer Daves’ The Hanging Tree, 1959.
Great Race, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) The Great Leslie Opening scenes from director Blake Edwards, establishing his live-action cartoon approach, Tony Curtis introduced as "The Great Leslie," Jack Lemmon as his rival "Professor Fate," Peter Falk his aide Max, in The Great Race, 1965.
Great Race, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) I Never Mix My Pies Jack Lemmon in two roles, first as Professor Fate impersonating the prince, later as the prince, with the general (George MacReady), Leslie (Tony Curtis), Maggie (Natalie Wood), Max (Peter Falk), Hezekiah (Keenan Wynn) et al, in Blake Edwards' famous pie fight, from The Great Race, 1965.
Pink Panther, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) -- Flair For The Dramatic Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) with hotel managers, then the "Phantom" himself, Sir Charles (David Niven), with Princess Dahla (Claudia Cardinale) owner of the famed jewel, in Blake Edwards' The Pink Panther, 1964.
Pink Panther, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) -- Perhaps Another Blanket Suave Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) attempting to accommodate his finicky wife Simone (Capucine), who schemes behind his back, a famous scene from Blake Edwards' The Pink Panther, 1964.
Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961) -- (Movie Clip) I Thought It Was Fred Baby Martin Balsam is O.J., stand-in host and, we soon learn, the show-business agent for paid Manhattan party-girl Holly (Audrey Hepburn), who has yet to appear for her own event, as her new neighbor, writer Paul (George Peppard), whom she calls Fred, arrives, in Breakfast At Tiffany’s, 1961.
Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961) -- (Movie Clip) You Like Me! First proper scene for Audrey Hepburn as Manhattan party girl Holly Golightly, the nature of her work less explicit here than in the Truman Capote novella, Claude Stroud the “John,” and Mickey Rooney as the stereotyped Asian landlord, a role he later disavowed, in Breakfast At Tiffany’s, 1961.
Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Intensely Felt Promising Prose Paid party-girl Holly (Audrey Hepburn) has just seen the older-woman “decorator” for new neighbor Paul (George Peppard) leave a cash tip, as she flees her own unruly customer via the fire escape, thoughts from the original Truman Capote novella emerging, in Breakfast At Tiffany’s, 1961.
Great Race, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Not A Gentleman Debonair daredevil Leslie (Tony Curtis) in his elegant training tent receives pretty Maggie (Natalie Wood) who reveals her profession and plans, trouble ensuing, early in Blake Edwards' The Great Race, 1965.