A meek bookkeeper is dissatisfied with his dull and boring existence. watch
The protagonist Ira Hayes (Tony Curtis) is introduced along with service-man Jay (Edmund Hashim), Uncle (Ralph Moody) and mother Nancy (Vivian Nathan) in Delbert Mann's The Outsider, 1961.
Klute -- A high-priced call girl is forced to depend on a reluctant private eye when she is stalked by a psychopath.
Klute -- A small-town detective searching for a missing man has only one lead: a connection with a New York prostitute.
The editor of a large newspaper reluctantly attends a journalism class at night school and falls in love with the teacher.
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Jane Fonda ("Coming Home," "Nine to Five," "On Golden Pond") took home an Academy Award for her haunting portrayal of a high-priced call girl being stalked by a psychopath. Donald Sutherland ("A Time to Kill," "Disclosure") co-stars as the reluctant private eye who arrives in New York in his search for a missing suburban husband, but ends up protecting this prostitute whose path he's crossed. Master filmmaker Alan J. Pakula ("All the President's Men," "Sophie's Choice," "Presumed Innocent") directed this romantic detective-thriller/character study and the screenplay received an Academy Award nomination.
A high-priced call girl is forced to depend on a reluctant private eye when she is stalked by a psychopath.
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