A boy and a horse forge a close friendship after being shipwrecked together in Africa in The Black Stallion (1979), directed by Carroll Ballard and produced by Fred Roos and Tom Sternberg.
Most of director Carroll Ballard's frantic shipwreck scene, Alec (Kelly Reno) awakened, father (Hoyt Axton) attempting rescue, crazy Arab guy (Doghmi Larbi) interfering and horse (Cass-Ole) escaping, in The Black Stallion, 1979.
Just-fired Donald (Robin Williams) filling up at the gas station owned by Sonny (Walter Matthau), making his first appearance, in Michael Ritchie's The Survivors, 1983.
First meeting between Sonny (Walter Matthau) and Donald (Robin Williams), after a hard day at the unemployment office, interrupted by a robber (Jerry Reed), in Michael Ritchie's The Survivors, 1983.
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Two unemployed men find themselves the target of an out-of-work hitman, whom they disarm in a robbery attempt.
The dead are rising and the city has been evacuated. Two survivors remain.
Two unemployed men (Robin Williams and Walter Matthau) find themselves the target of an out-of-workhitman, whom they disarm in a robbery attempt. One of the men takes off for a survivalist camp, hotly pursued by the other and then by the hitman.
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