Suzanne Pleshette (as American Prudence) is a fine narrator and this is nothing but gratuitous travel footage, photographed by Charles Lawton, in Delmer Daves' Rome Adventure, 1962.
New on the Connecticut tobacco farm scene is bicycling Paige (Sharon Hugueny), who visits with hunky new hand Parrish (Troy Donahue), then returns home where her father Judd (Karl Malden) is busy abusing her brothers (Hampton Fancher, David Knapp), in Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
Alluring Lyda (Angie Dickinson) has summoned American ex-boyfriend Don (Troy Donahue) to Lago Maggiore for what turn out to be capricious reasons, in Delmer Daves' Rome Adventure, 1962.
The fullest version of the Bob Dylan song which shares the movie's name, performed by Lola (Sheryl Lee Ralph) with Quinn (Denzel Washington) in the audience from The Mighty Quinn, 1989.
Pretty old Italy and young Americans, Prudence (Suzanne Pleshette) and Don (Troy Donahue) touring the ancient city and environs, emphasis on the cathedral, in Delmer Daves' Rome Adventure, 1962.
New in town title character (Troy Donahue) stops by to tell his mom (Claudette Colbert) he's found a job and won't have to share her Connecticut tobacco farm staff apartment, then joins local Lucy (Connie Stevens) to survey his new digs, early in Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
Caribbean police chief Xavier Quinn (Denzel Washington) storms into the office of the Governor (Norman Beaton), angry about interference in his investigation in The Mighty Quinn, 1989.
Librarian and and tourist Prudence (Suzanne Pleshette), rejected by her American lover, throws herself at Roberto (Rossano Brazzi), her benevolent instructor in all things Italian, in Rome Adventure, 1962.
Opening in which we learn the title is the given name of the protagonist (Troy Donahue), who does some exposition with Skipper (John McGovern), then travels with his mother (Claudette Colbert), met by Teet (Dub Taylor), from Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
Island police chief Quinn (Denzel Washington), rushing to a crime scene, runs into local hoodlum and childhood pal Maubee (Robert Townsend) in director Carl Schenkel's The Mighty Quinn, 1989.
First scene for tobacco heiress Alison (Diane McBain) arriving to meet her newly hired live-in chaperone Ellen (Claudette Colbert), then greeted by her ever-worried father Sala (Dean Jagger), in Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
Blade Runner -- Rick Deckard prowls the steel-and-microchip jungle of 21st Century Los Angeles, stalking genetically made criminal replicants. His assignment: kill them.
When quiet and amiable Vann Siegert (Owen Wilson) drifts into town, no one suspects the evil that lies beneath the surface. When locals start to disappear, it becomes clear that an eerie subtraction is at work among the lost and lonely of this sleepy, seaside hamlet. People look toward Vann, but no one can quite put their finger on who he really is. Through it all, he carries on a surreal dialogue with imaginary detectives (Dwight Yoakam and Dennis Haysbert) who question his crimes and motives. Janeane Garofalo, Brian Cox and Mercedes Ruehl also star in this unsettling and offbeat psychological thriller that looks in the mind of a serial killer.
Drifter Vann Siegert rolls into a quaint town where middle-aged couple Doug and Jane take him in as a boarder. Vann's amiable demeanor wins over the townsfolk, but little do they suspect the homicidal intentions hiding behind his all-American looks.
21st-century detective Rick Deckard brings his masculine-yet-vulnerable presence to this stylish noir thriller. In a future of high-tech possibility soured by urban and social decay, Deckard hunts for fugitive, murderous replicants - and is drawn to a mystery woman whose secrets may undermine his soul.
Rick Deckard prowls the steel-and-microchip jungle of 21st Century Los Angeles, stalking genetically made criminal replicants. His assignment: kill them.
Four humanoid cyborgs have returned to Earth to seek revenge on their makers and it's up to Deckard, a bounty hunter, to track them down and terminate them.
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