02:41 — Coppola wrote and directed this chilling account of a surveillance expert who discovers that he might be an unwitting accomplice to murder. Chosen as (more…)
Harry Caul (Gene Hackman) drops in on Stan (John Cazale) as they monitor Cindy Williams and Frederic Forrest in San Francisco's Union Square in The Co (more…)
Harry (Gene Hackman) begins his reconstruction of the conversation between Cindy Williams and Frederic Forrest in Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversat (more…)
Slick lawyer Gentry (Kirk Douglas) is torn between working for zillionaire widow Chloe Brasher (Thelma Ritter) and her three daughters in their inheri (more…)
Surveillance expert Harry Caul (Gene Hackman) has gone a little rogue as he runs a wiretap from a hotel bathroom following a corporate espionage case (more…)
At a Coney Island picnic, sailor Stickle (Jack Weston) and Bessie (Carole Cook) are ignoring her husband Henry (Don Knotts) who wishes his way into th (more…)
Hanging with pal Crusty (voice of Paul Frees), transformed human Limpet (voice of Don Knotts) detects live-action fishermen and meets flirty Ladyfish (more…)
A World War II 4-F (Don Knotts) saves the U.S. Navy when he's transformed into a fish in The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964).
Opening with shirtless Kirk Douglas (and less exposed Gig Young) on San Francisco Bay, Thelma Ritter as wealthy widow Chloe, with aide William Bendix, (more…)
Surveillance expert Harry (Gene Hackman) is received and warned by the director's assistant (Harrison Ford) as the plot thickens in Francis Ford Coppo (more…)
One long complex shot (featuring Frederic Forrest and Cindy Williams) is the fitting opening for Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation, 1974, starri (more…)
With the second of three heiress sisters (Leslie Parrish) living in the same apartment building, lawyer Deke (Kirk Douglas) gets referred upstairs to (more…)
02:43 — A paranoid and personally-secretive surveillance expert has a crisis of conscience when he suspects that a couple he is spying on will be murdered.