|Alex in Wonderland 1970 R, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Paul Mazursky
Cast: Donald Sutherland, Ellen Burstyn, Meg Mazursky, Glenna Sargent, Viola Spolin, Andre Philippe, Michael Lerner, Joan Delaney, Federico Fellini, Jeanne Moreau, Neil Nephew, Leon Frederick, Tox Drohar, Carol O'Leary, Paul Mazursky
Young film director Alex Morrison (Donald Sutherland) had a smash hit in his directing debut. Now, with the producers getting in line to offer him another film that will make big money, Alex ponders on what he REALLY wants to do next, and it may not be a work with mass appeal.
|Mad Dog Coll 1961 N/R, 88 min.|
Director: Burt Balaban
Cast: John Davis Chandler, Neil Nephew, Brooke Hayward, Joy Harmon, Jerry Orbach, Telly Savalas, Kay Doubleday, Vincent Gardenia, Gene Hackman, Ron Weyand
This is the biography of the life of Vincent Coll (John Davis Chandler) and his career as a mobster who moves in on gangster families' territories in New York City.
|The Young Savages 1961 N/R, 103 min.|
Director: John Frankenheimer
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Dina Merrill, Shelley Winters, Edward Andrews, Telly Savalas, Pilar Seurat, Milton Selzer, Larry Gates, Vivian Nathan, Jody Fair, Roberta Shore, Robert Burton, John Davis Chandler, Neil Nephew, Stanley Kristien
District Attorney Hank Bell (Burt Lancaster) deals with ghetto gangs from Harlem, where he grew up, while trying to solve the murder of a blind Puerto Rican boy. The teenage gang members (John Davis Chandler, Neil Nephew, and Stanley Kristien) have been caught, and Bell is assigned the case as prosecutor. The case appears to be easy–until Bell realizes that there is more to it than meets the eye. In fact, one of the defendants is the son of Bell's ex-lover, Mary di Pace (Shelley Winters), and his wife, Karen (Dina Merrill), is turning against him because of his past. Now the question is: As more secrets come to the fore, will Bell be able to keep his principles intact?
|1. Alex in Wonderland (1970)|
2. Mad Dog Coll (1961)
3. The Young Savages (1961)
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