Michael Phillips Intro - The Gypsy Moths (1969)
Guest host Michael Phillips introduces The Gypsy Moths, 1969.
Gypsy Moths, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) No Air At All
Scott Wilson (as "Malcolm") brings his barnstroming sky-diver buddies Mike and Joe (Burt Lancaster, Gene Hackman) to the Kansas home of his long-estranged aunt and uncle (Deborah Kerr, William Windom), offering only tentative hospitality, early in John Frankenheimer's The Gypsy Moths, 1969.
Gypsy Moths, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Best And Rightest Reasons
Neither apparently remembering having played in the Hawaiian surf, Deborah Kerr (as Kansas housewife Elizabeth) and Burt Lancaster (as her guest, touring sky-diver Mike, a colleague of her long lost nephew) find themselves drawn to each other, in John Frankenheimer's The Gypsy Moths, 1969.
Gypsy Moths, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) You Ever See Him Sweat?
All three of the sky-dive barnstormers are stir-crazy, stuck in the rain at the home of Elizabeth (Deborah Kerr), whos having a fling with Mike (Burt Lancaster), and who is the until-recently estranged aunt of Malcolm (Scott Wilson), who gets into a scrape with financially-motivated Browdy (Gene Hackman), in The Gypsy Moths, 1969.
Michael J. Fox: Guest Programmer -- (Movie Promo) November 9th
TCM Original Promo for Guest Programmer Michael J. Fox, appearing with Robert Osborne on Tuesday, November 9th starting at 9pm Eastern.
Thelma Schoonmaker on Michael Powell -- (Movie Clip) The Edge of the World
Academy Award-winning film editor Thelma Schoonmaker on her late husband Michael Powell's film The Edge of the World, 1937.
Gypsy Moths, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) They Came For A Show
The opening of director John Frankenheimer's action-thriller-melodrama, his last film with star Burt Lancaster, who's hot-dogging the parachute jump, worrying partners Gene Hackman and Scott Wilson, from The Gypsy Moths, 1969. co-starring Deborah Kerr.
Tootsie (1982) -- (Movie Clip) I Am Michael Dorsey
After the extended opening in which Michael (Dustin Hoffman) has no luck getting any parts, we join the actor and his playwright roommate Jeff (Bill Murray) working at the restaurant, heading home, meeting Sandy (Teri Garr) among others, in Sydney Pollack's Tootsie, 1982.