Putney Swope - (Movie Clip) Open, Dr. Weasley
A chopper flying a jolly-roger and a Confederate flag carries a Mensa-member Hell's Angel advertising guru into a Manhattan high-rise, in the opening of Robert Downey's Putney Swope, 1969.
Putney Swope -- (Movie Clip) Wing Soney
With clients bailing out, Nathan (Stan Gottlieb) tells the new boss at the ad agency (and title character, Arnold Johnson) that an Asian industrialist (Tom Odachi) has a new mousetrap, in Robert Downey's Putney Swope, 1969.
Putney Swope -- (Movie Clip) Brothers in the Black Room
The title character and advertising potentate (Arnold Johnson) has a brief encounter with Allan Arbus (director's pal) then meets with fellow African-Americans, in Robert Downey's Putney Swope, 1969.
Putney Swope -- (Movie Clip) New Chairman, Credits
With the newly-deceased boss on the table in the board-room, executives (Stan Gottlieb, Ramon Gordon, Allen Garfield) elect the token black guy and title character (Arnold Johnson) in Robert Downey's Putney Swope, 1969.
Putney Swope -- (Movie Clip) Mixed Media
Antonio Fargas (as "The Arab," best-known as Huggy from "Starsky and Hutch") performing a Muslim prayer and diatribe, in writer-director Robert Downey's advertising send-up Putney Swope, 1969.