Christopher Walken (as 'The Kid') in almost his first movie role, ushering ex-cons Duke (Sean Connery) and 'Pop' (Stan Gottleib) back into society via the Port Authority Bus Terminal in The Anderson Tapes, 1971, from Lawrence Sanders' novel.
Thief 'Duke' Anderson (Sean Connery) visits Tommy (Martin Balsam), an antique dealer sporting Nehru jacket and ascot, to discuss business in Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes, 1971, from Lawrence Sanders' novel.
Quincy Jones music and Sean Connery (as 'Duke') being released from prison, for the credit sequence from Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes, 1971, from the Lawrence Sanders novel.
Radio Days -- A nostalgic look at radio's golden age focusing on one ordinary family and the various performers in the medium.
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Matthew Broderick stars as a naïve army recruit looking for action – though not the battle kind – in Neil Simon's hilarious comedy about boot camp during WWII. The year is 1943 and Eugene Morris Jerome (Broderick) finds himself far from the comforts of his Brooklyn home after being sent to basic training in Biloxi, Mississippi. Expecting the army to be dolls, doughnuts and USO dances, he instead encounters a tough drill sergeant (Christopher Walken) and a platoon of often hostile recruits. Armed with only his sense of humor, Eugene is determined to leave camp with everything he came in with… except his virginity, in this light-hearted look at one man's determined plan to march to his own beat.
A group of young recruits go through boot camp during the Second World War in Biloxi Mississippi. From the play by Neil Simon.
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