Diana (Julie Christie) introducing herself via interview, along with Robert (Dirk Bogarde) as the TV reporter producing a profile, in John Schlesinger's Darling, 1965.
After staging real-world encounters with Ernest Borgnine, Jack Klugman, Donald Sutherland and Warren Oates (as Klinger, Kifka, Negli and Gough) planner Gladys (Julie Harris) explains why heist-man McClain (Jim Brown) has brought them together, in The Split, 1968, also starring Gene Hackman.
Director Francis Ford Coppola follows slightly distraught Bernard (Peter Kastner) into early sleaze-era Times Square, where he's spotted by friendly fellow library employee Amy (Karen Black, in her first movie), in You're A Big Boy Now, 1966.
Defeated Mountain Rivera (Anthony Quinn) learns from manager Maish (Jackie Gleason) and trainer Army (Mickey Rooney) that he can't fight anymore in Requiem for a Heavyweight, 1962, from Rod Serling's script.
Lawyer (Hilton Edwards) and clerk (Timothy Bateson) perform their duties administering the tontine, on which will hinge the events of The Wrong Box, 1966, from a story by Robert Louis Stevenson and his stepson Lloyd Osbourne.
Detective Harper (Paul Newman, role based on Ross MacDonald's Lew Archer), visits new client Elaine Sampson (Lauren Bacall) in Harper, 1966, this scene shot at William Randolph Hearst's famous Beverly House, in Beverly Hills.
Following credits in which he gets off the bus somewhere on the Pacific Coast Highway, Jim Brown (as McClain) meets unusually big-haired Julie Harris (as Gladys) then his ex-wife Ellie (Diahann Carroll), setting the emotional backdrop for the grim all-star caper The Split, 1968.
Mayor John Lindsay intervened to get Francis Ford Coppola and crew approved to shoot in the main New York Public library, into which Elizabeth Hartman struts, drawing the attention of stack boy Peter Kastner, Tony Bill his buddy, opening You're A Big Boy Now, 1966.
Strange, obsessive passions ride through a Southern Army base in John Huston's adaptation of the Carson McCullers novel Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967).
A French nobleman deserts his wife because of an ancient family secret in Eye of the Devil (1966) starring David Niven and Deborah Kerr.
Priory (David Niven) is forced into a quick change from his identity as the crochety gardener Gipping in order to preserve appearances for Lady St. Edmund (Helen Hayes) in Disney's Candleshoe, 1977.
Newly-retired Mountain Rivera (Anthony Quinn) meets counselor Grace (Julie Harris) at the unemployment office in Rod Serling's Requiem for a Heavyweight, 1962.
Vowing to swear off women for good, Seth Atkinstakes refuge tending a remote Cape Cod lighthouse.
Academy Award® winner Richard Dreyfuss (Jaws, The Goodbye Girl) stars with Emmy and Tony winner Blythe Danner (Meet the Fockers) and Oscar® nominee Bruce Dern (Coming Home) in this warmhearted tale of lost love and second chances. The year is 1912. Vowing to swear off women for good, curmudgeonly Seth Atkins (Dreyfuss) takes refuge tending a remote Cape Cod lighthouse. Then, a mysterious stranger (Tom Wisdom, Pirate Radio) literally washes up in Seth’s life, with a past full of secrets and a similar aversion to females. But the arrival of two beautiful, spirited women (Danner and Mamie Gummer) will test the men’s resolve – and send all four of them sailing into uncharted romantic waters!
Vowing to swear off women for good, Seth Atkinstakes refuge tending a remote Cape Cod lighthouse. When a mysterious stranger literally washes up in Seth's life and two beautiful, spirited women arrive, all four of them will be sent sailing into uncharted romantic waters!
Vowing to swear off women for good, Seth Atkins takes refuge tending a remote Cape Cod lighthouse. When a mysterious stranger literally washes up in Seth's life and two beautiful, spirited women arrive, all four of them will be sent sailing into uncharted romantic waters!
Based on the novel Farmer by Jim Harrison ("Legends of the Fall" "Wolf"), this drama concerns Joseph Svenden (Academy Award, Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Dennis Hopper "Hoosiers," "Easy Rider" "Paris Trout"), a one-time farmer in his late forties who took up teaching when he permanently injured his leg in an accident. Joseph's life is orderly, precise, and rather dull. He teaches with as much enthusiasm as he can muster, lives in the farmhouse where he grew up, and has been engaged for the last six years to Rosealee Henson (Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee Amy Irving "Carrie," "Yentl," "Crossing Delancey"). Rosealee is the widow of his best friend, and, for a variety of reasons, both she and Joseph are reluctant to set a date (she devotes much of her time to caring for her ailing mother). One day Joseph is met in his barn by Catherine Wheeler (Amy Locane "Secretary," "Cry-Baby"), a new student in his senior class, Catherine attempts to seduce Joseph, who dutifully refuses, only to request a second chance a few moments later, which Catherine eagerly grants him. This unexpected event brings out a newly adventurous side in Joseph, though he suddenly has a new set of complications to go along with it; he discovers that his school is closing, and Catherines parents are predictably angry when they find out about their daughters liaison.
When an aspiring young Hollywood actor returns home for the holidays, he finds his family mired in dysfunction and his beloved grandmother relegated to a nursing home. Disturbed by Granny's deteriorating state, he executes an escape and hits the road with his father and siblings in hot pursuit. An unusual cross-country adventure unfolds, culminating in the California desert in a surprising and unexpected way. Filled with insightfully humorous commentary on the intricacies of modern family dynamics, Carried Away is a witty, bittersweet journey that hits close to home.
This June, Granny makes a break for it when ReelTime @ The Radio Room presents CARRIED AWAY, the award-winning human comedy
resonating with festival audiences across the country. When an aspiring young Hollywood actor returns home for the holidays, he finds his family mired in dysfunction and his beloved grandmother relegated to a nursing home.
A MAN OBSESSED WITH A FAMOUS PAINTING IS ABOUT TO MAKE THE MISTAKE OF HIS LIFE!
The big day has come and Benji and Shanira's wedding day has finally arrived. However, the happy occasion may be marred when Brooklyn makes an unplanned speech and Jewel’s issues with her sister threaten to overshadow the big event.
The big day has come and Benji and Shanira's wedding day has finally arrived. However, the happy occasion may be marred when Brooklyn makes an unplanned speech and Jewel's issues with her sister threaten to overshadow the big event.
Brooklyn's excessive drinking habits have Ben and Jewel worried that she’s heading down the wrong path again. Meanwhile, Benji's grandiose wedding plans hit a road block when costs start to add up. The chaos continues when Cyrene is the only sister chosen to be a bridesmaid, leaving Brooklyn and Britney out of the bridal party.
Brooklyn's excessive drinking habits have Ben and Jewel worried that she's heading down the wrong path again. Meanwhile, Benji's grandiose wedding plans hit a road block when costs start to add up. The chaos continues when Cyrene is the only sister chosen to be a bridesmaid, leaving Brooklyn and Britney out of the bridal party.
When Kandi Burruss visits the Tankards, Jewel's core beliefs and parenting styles are challenged. Then Brooklyn struggles finding the balance between work and being a mom until Cyrene reaches her breaking point when her feelings for Josh conflict with Jewel's strong opinions.
Jewel takes over planning her parents 46th wedding anniversary after Junice drops the ball. Jewel, Junice and Junetta come together in much needed counseling session to work on their sisterhood. Meanwhile, Benji prepares to surprise Shanira with a re-proposal.
Ben and Jewel grow suspicious when Brooklyn crashes the family car. Jewel has troubles of her own after Junice reveals certain family secrets. Sibling feuds continue when Benji and Cyrene accuse Brooklyn of illegal behavior.
Ben stresses the importance of being a millionaire if your last name is Tankard, while Jewel promotes financial independence to women in the community. Sibling rivalries heat up when Brooklyn and Benji go head to head mixing business with family, and Junice drops a bomb on Jewel.
A century and a half ago, North battled South in a conflict that would kill more Americans than any other war. The outcome would change our nation forever, and no one had more to gain, or to lose, than American slaves. Join actor Dennis Haysbert as he looks at their struggles through the objects in the Smithsonians collection. From a childs shackles to the inkwell Lincoln used to write the Emancipation Proclamation, these artifacts transport us to a brutal and complicated time when our country tore itself apart.
Dennis Haysbert examines objects of the Civil War that bring to life the perspective of the millions of African Americans who were living in slavery.
When a man is killed by a Civil War reenactor's sword, Jim must enter the fray to find which imaginary soldier committed a very real murder.
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