Waitress Irma (Nanette Newman), with Katherine Hepburn (title character), is alarmed for innocent but unconscious bridge-jumper Roderick (Richard Chamberlain), grilled by a Paris cop (Fernand Gravey), a sub-plot in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969, from the Jean Giraudoux play.
A Mexican bandit (Anthony Quinn) masquerading as a priest gets roped into helping villagers defend against an Indian attack in Guns For San Sebastian (1968).
Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'Toole learn How to Steal a Million (1966) in William Wyler's heist comedy.
With little context, The General (Paul Henreid) addresses his new charges, while the title character (Katharine Hepburn) advances through her neighborhood, early in director Bryan Forbes' all-star contemporary treatment of Jean Giraudoux's The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969.
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In a motion picture designed to save the world from sanity, the legendary four-time Academy Award-winner Katharine Hepburn ("Love Affair," "On Golden Pond," "The Philadelphia Story") stars as an aged eccentric countess who enlists the aid of three cronies in perpetrating a zany plot to defeat the dehumanizing establishment and rid the world of evil. Co-starring Richard Chamberlain ("The Thorn Birds," "Shogun") and Yul Brynner ("The King and I").
Life is a Sunday in the park for Aurelia, a dotty Parisian countess. But sooner or later, Aurelia had to find out about the so-called sane world. Join her in a whimsical look at a topsy-turvy world...and at a handful of kooks crazy enough to care.
A "countess" is warned of a plot by a group of villains to seize the oil reserves bubbling under the water supply of Paris. Locking the villains in her cellar, the countess holds a trial to judge the villains' crimes against the people of Paris.
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