Dead Ringer (1964) - (Movie Clip) The Prize You Get
Weve just met Karl Malden as cop Jim, visiting his sweetheart, LA bar-owner Edie (Bette Davis), whos just been to the funeral of her wealthy and long-estranged twin sisters husband, who was her own former lover, their meeting having upset her, to his frustration, early in Dead Ringer 1964.
Prize, The - (Original Trailer)
American Nobel Prize-winner Paul Newman mixes it up with spies when he travels to Stockholm to collect his award in The Prize (1963).
Dead Ringer - (Original Trailer)
Bette Davis vs. her evil twin in Dead Ringer (1964), a thriller directed by her former Now, Voyager co-star Paul Henreid.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) I Want To Hear All About You
Immediately from director Paul Henreids credit, at the Rosedale Cemetery southwest of downtown Los Angeles, Bette Davis off a bus to a funeral, where she meets a veiled person who seems to have the same voice, in Dead Ringer, 1964, co-starring Karl Malden and Peter Lawford.
Monkey Business (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Next Nobel Prize Winner!
Unaware that their test-chimp has fiddled with both their youth-restoring formula and the water cooler, scientist Barnaby (Cary Grant) and assistant Lenton (Henri Letondal) discover a breakthrough, in Howard Hawks' Monkey Business, 1952.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) I Forgot How To Spell The Name
Bette Davis is formerly down-and-out Edie, successfully having taken the place of her wealthy enemy twin-sister Margaret, whom she murdered, at her first society event, friend Dede (Jean Hagen) bringing her to Tony (Peter Lawford), about whom she knows nothing, in Dead Ringer, 1964.
Prize, The (1963) -- (Movie Ciip) Good English For A Non-Drinker
In a Stockholm night club, Emily (Diane Baker), daughter of a Nobel Prize scientist, attaches herself to boozy American literature laureate Craig (Paul Newman), early in The Prize, 1963, from a novel by Irving Wallace.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Thank God That's Over
Comments and voices have suggested that Edie, whom weve met, and her veiled companion, are both Bette Davis, the former brought home by the latter from what we learn was her husbands funeral, with further exposition, early in Dead Ringer, 1964, directed by Paul Henreid.
Prize, The (1963) -- (Movie Ciip) In Matters Of Sex
American Nobel prize recipient Craig (Paul Newman) arrives late in Stockholm for ceremonies, received by the chairman (Leo G. Carroll) and his unexpected Swedish minder Inger Lisa (Elke Sommer) in The Prize, 1963.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Money's No Object
Trick shots from director Paul Henried, directing two Bette Davises, as newly-acquainted long-estranged twin sisters, financially stressed Edie having lured wealthy Margaret to her home, making her confess to stealing her now-deceased husband, her scheme revealed, in Dead Ringer, 1964.