Dialogue from the Lerner and Loewe musical filtered through screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky, gold claim partners Clint Eastwood (as Pardner) and Lee Marvin (as Rumson), getting acquainted in Paint Your Wagon, 1969.
Clint Eastwood (as Pardner) sings Lerner and Loewe, the tune I Still See Elisa, and his gold claim partner Rumson seems to have heard it, early in Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon, 1969.
Inebriated Rumson (Lee Marvin) wins the bidding for a spare Mormon wife (Jean Seberg), and Pardner (Clint Eastwood) and buddies at the gold mining camp help him through the wedding, in Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon, 1969.
Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood share Jean Seberg in the film version of Lerner & Loewe's musical western Paint Your Wagon (1970).
Doomsday Machine -- Spies discover that the Red Chinese have built a 'doomsday machine' capable of destroying the surface of the Earth...
Paint Your Wagon -- A Michigan farmer and a prospector form a partnership in the California gold country.
Doomsday Machine -- The year is 1975. A spaceship is launched from the Earth on a mission to Venus. As it streaks through space, its passengers are horrified to learn that Earth has been destroyed by a nuclear holocaust (they witness it on their telescreen).
Paint Your Wagon -- Two unlikely prospector partners share the same wife in a California gold rush mining town.
Tough guys Marvin and Eastwood in a big budget musical set in a old west boom town. The two miners share the same gold mine, Mormon wife and classic score by Lerner and Lowe.
A raucous western comedy, Paint Your Wagon is punctuated with a classic Lerner and Loewe musical score, including "They Call The Wind Maria" and "I Talk To Trees." The story of a goldmining boom town full of brawny men centers on the work-and-play partnership of Ben and Pardner (Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood) and the delicate wife they share (Jean Seberg).
A Michigan farmer and a prospector form a partnership in the California gold country.
A farmer and a prospector form a partnership in the California gold country. Their adventures include buying and sharing a wife, hijacking a stage, kidnaping six prostitutes, and turning their mining camp into a boomtown.
The year is 1975. A spaceship is launched from the Earth on a mission to Venus. As it streaks through space, its passengers are horrified to learn that Earth has been destroyed by a nuclear holocaust (they witness it on their telescreen).
This documentary deals with the mentally war veterans of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988) suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in one of the permanent sanatoriums in Tehran, Iran. One of them, "Mahmood", is under the illusion that he has built a "Doomsday Machine" which can destroy the world by pressing a button. In Farsi with English Subtitles.
When the Valakians ask for help with a planet-wide plague, Phlox realizes that the problem is genetic: the species is doomed in 200 years unless the immunity of the Menk, a simbiotic people that peacefully share the planet, yields a clue. But Phlox's cure brings up the ethics of interfering in natural selection: the Valakians' extinction would allow the Menk to fulfill signs of further blossoming. A soul-searching Archer agrees with him: the Valakian species is prolonged but not cured, in order to avoid "taking sides."
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