|Airport 1970 G, 137 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: George Seaton, Henry Hathaway
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jean Seberg, Helen Hayes, Jacqueline Bisset, George Kennedy, Van Heflin, Maureen Stapleton, Lloyd Nolan, Dana Wynter, Barry Nelson, Barbara Hale, Gary Collins, Jessie Royce Landis, Whit Bissell
Based on Arthur Haley's novel by the same name, this film is filled with suspense. Lincoln International Airport manager Mel Bakersfeld (Burt Lancaster) struggles to keep the airport open during a VERY snowy night. Making his problems worse is the fact that his wife Cindy (Dana Wynter) announces that she is divorcing him. Now, a plane is stuck on the needed runway when a plane–on which a mad bomber, D.O. Guerrero (Van Heflin), has exploded a bomb–needs to land. Meanwhile, Mel's brother-in-law Vernon Demerest (Dean Martin) challenges the airport while suffering his own problems involving preganat stewardess Gwen Meighen (Jacqueline Bisset). It is a night to remember. Helen Hayes won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as stowaway passenger Ada Quonsett; nominations included Best Picture and Supporting Actress (Maureen Stapleton) for her role as Inez, the wife of the mad bomber.
|Bonjour Tristesse 1958 N/R, 94 min.|
Director: Otto Preminger
Cast: Deborah Kerr, David Niven, Jean Seberg, Mylene Demongeot, Geoffrey Horne, Juliette Greco, Walter Chiari, Martita Hunt, Roland Culver, Jean Kent, David Oxley, Elga Andersen, Jeremy Burnham, Eveline Eyfel, Tutte Lemkow
This is the story of a young woman, Cecile (Jean Seberg), who tries to keep her father Raymond (David Niven) to herself. When Anne (Deborah Kerr) comes to visit their villa, Cecile will stop at almost nothing to get rid of his Anne and keep her father to herself.
|Breathless 1960 N/R, 89 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance / Thriller
Director: Jean-Luc Godard
Cast: Jean Seberg, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Daniel Boulanger, Henri-Jacques Huet, Jean-Pierre Melville, Liliane Robin, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Louis Richard, Philippe de Broca, Van Doude, Claude Mansard, Richard Balducci, Roger Hanin, Liliane David, Jean Domarchi
In director Jean-Luc Godard's first feature film, the story involves Michel Poiccard's (Jean-Paul Belmondo) run from the police after he kills a policeman and steals a car. His girlfriend is American student Patricia (Jean Seberg) who joins him on the race against time as Michel tries to collect on a debt that will enable them to escape to Italy. This exciting film introduced the French New Wave to theaters.
|A Fine Madness 1966 N/R, 104 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Irvin Kershner
Cast: Sean Connery, Jean Seberg, Joanne Woodward, Patrick O'Neal, Colleen Dewhurst, Clive Revill, Werner Peters, John Fiedler, Kay Medford, Jackie Coogan, Zohra Lampert, Sorrell Booke, Sue Ane Langdon, Bibi Osterwald, Mabel Albertson
Samson Shillito (Sean Connery) is a non-conformist poet whose wife, Rhoda (Joanne Woodward), talks him into visiting Dr. West (Patrick O'Neal) for psychiatric treatment to get his life back on track. After bedding down with West's wife (Jean Seberg), the good doctor seeks retaliation through a lobotomy for his patient.
|Kill! 1971 N/R, 102 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
aka: Kill! Kill! Kill! Kill!
Director: Romain Gary
Cast: Jean Seberg, James Mason, Stephen Boyd, Curd Jurgens, Daniel Emilfork, Henri Garcin, Aldo Sambrell, Mauro Parenti, Jose Maria Caffarel, Carlos Montoya, Memphis Slim, Victor Israel, Luciano Pigozzi, Cris Huerta, Tito Garcia
International drug dealers are the object of Interpol agent Alan Hamilton's (James Mason) search, but he is actually on the take from the drug dealers he is supposed to be investigating. Meanwhile, Alan's wife Emily (Jean Seberg) leaves for a trip to Asia where she meets and falls for Alan's former, fellow agent Brad Killian (Stephen Boyd) who is searching for the organization's double-agent. Now, Emily becomes involved in the investigation as the puzzle pieces are put together.
|La Route de Corinthe 1968 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Foreign / Thriller
aka: Who's Got the Black Box?
Director: Claude Chabrol
Cast: Jean Seberg, Maurice Ronet, Christian Marquand, Michel Bouquet, Saro Urzi, Antonio Passalia, Paolo Giusti, Claude Chabrol, Steve Eckhardt, Romain Gary
Mysterious black boxes are jamming American radars in Greece, and one NATO agent has already been killed during the hunt for the boxes. The agent's widow, Shanny (Jean Seberg), is framed for the killing, but her husband's ex-boss gets her released. The romp begins when Shanny teams with her late husband's ex-partner, Dex (Maurice Ronet), to find the boxes.
|Let No Man Write My Epitaph 1960 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: Philip Leacock
Cast: Burl Ives, Shelley Winters, James Darren, Jean Seberg, Ricardo Montalban, Ella Fitzgerald, Philip Ober, Michael Davis, Rodolfo Acosta, Jeanne Cooper, Bernie Hamilton, Walter Burke, Francis De Sales, Joey Fricano, Don Easton
This sequel to "Knock on Any Door" has drug addict widow Nellie Romano (Shelley Winters) living on skid row on Chicago's South Side and determined to make her son Nick (James Darren) a pianist. His father was sentenced to the electric chair, and Nellie does not want Nick to suffer the same fate. But, despite the influence of judge Bruce Mallory Simpson (Burl Ives), the neighborhood they live in will make Nellie's task difficult.
|Lilith 1964 N/R, 112 min.|
Director: Robert Rossen
Cast: Warren Beatty, Jean Seberg, Peter Fonda, Kim Hunter, Gene Hackman, Anne Meacham, James Patterson, Jessica Walter, Rene Auberjonois, Olympia Dukakis, Robert Reilly, Harvey Jason, Harry Northup, Alice Spivak, Charles Tyner
Vincent Bruce (Warren Beatty) is an occupational therapist in a mental hospital whose life is ruined when he becomes involved with a patient, Lilith (Jean Seberg). They begin a passionate affair, and then Vincent learns that Lilith is also having an affair with a woman (Anne Meacham). Meanwhile, another patient, Stephen (Peter Fonda), commits suicide because Lilith will not pay attention to him. When Vincent realizes that he is in danger of losing his own sanity, he seeks help from psychiatrists. But, will it be too late? This is Gene Hackman's film debut.
|The Mouse That Roared 1959 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: Jack Arnold
Cast: Peter Sellers, Jean Seberg, David Kossoff, William Hartnell, Timothy Bateson, Leo McKern, MacDonald Parke, Monte Landis, Colin Gordon, Bill Nagy
A very small and even more bankrupt country, the Duchy of Grand Fenwick, decides to end its financial woes by declaring war on the United States. The intent is to lose the war and then receive U.S. aid to rebuild. There is much in this funny movie that relates to the world today. Also catch the funny sequel, "The Mouse on the Moon."
|Paint Your Wagon 1969 PG, 166 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Musical / Romance / Western
Director: Joshua Logan
Cast: Clint Eastwood, Lee Marvin, Jean Seberg, John Mitchum, Harve Presnell, Ray Walston, Alan Dexter, William O'Connell, Benny Baker, Alan Baxter, Tom Ligon, Paula Trueman, Robert Eastman, Geoffrey Norman, Terry Jenkins
The loneliness of gold mining in the Sierras abates for prospector Pardner (Clint Eastwood) when his cohort, Ben Rumson (Lee Marvin), agrees to share his wife Elizabeth (Jean Seberg). They live in the town of No Name where Elizabeth is the only woman, and now Ben worries about the other men being interested in her. His solution: kidnap a stagecoach filled with prostitutes. He opens a brothel, and business booms. Ben later gets involved with Mad Jack Duncan (Ray Walston) in creative mining under the town's buildings looking for golddust falling through the floorboards. Not a good idea–the town collapses, and everyone moves on. But, Pardner and Elizabeth remain and try to work out their problems. Lerner and Lowe songs intertwine with the action and include "I Talk to the Trees," "They Call the Wind Mariah," and "Wand'rin Star."
|Saint Joan 1957 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: Otto Preminger
Cast: Jean Seberg, Richard Widmark, Richard Todd, Anton Walbrook, John Gielgud, Felix Aylmer, Archie Duncan, Harry Andrews, Finlay Currie, Barry Jones, Victor Maddern, David Oxley, Bernard Miles, Patrick Barr, Kenneth Haigh
Jean Seberg became a star following her role of St. Joan in this film for which a nationwide search had ensued for an actress to play the young martyr, Joan of Arc. The story revolves around Joan's heroism when she is appointed the to lead the French Army, and her later downfall when she is believed to be a witch.
|1. Airport (1970)|
2. Bonjour Tristesse (1958)
3. Breathless (1960)
4. A Fine Madness (1966)
5. Kill! (1971)
aka: Kill! Kill! Kill! Kill!
6. La Route de Corinthe (1968)
aka: Who's Got the Black Box?
7. Let No Man Write My Epitaph (1960)
8. Lilith (1964)
9. The Mouse That Roared (1959)
10. Paint Your Wagon (1969)
11. Saint Joan (1957)
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