This is kinda weird - I think perhaps it was a test for vocal match. For anyone who ever wondered if Richard Beymer recorded any of his own vocals for West Side.
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Benjamin Horne (Richard Beymer): Essentially the pre-election Donald Trump of Twin Peaks. He owns the Great Northern Hotel (a clean place, reasonably priced) and Horne's department store, and is trying to complete his Twin Peaks empire by razing the
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With compelling performances from an all-star cast, including Shelley Winters, Ed Wynn, Richard Beymer and Lou Jacobi, The Diary of Anne Frank is as gripping and heart-wrenching now as it was during its initial release! In honor of the film's 50th Anniversary, this Special Edition DVD offers an unprecedented look at the making of the film with an audio commentary, seven exclusive featurettes, photo galleries and more! Following the Nazi invasion of Amsterdam, 13-year-old Anne and her family go into hiding in the confines of an attic. Anne's remarkable account of their lives, their growing fear of discovery, their deplorable living conditions and even the blooming of her first love are intimately portrayed in this extraordinary portrait of humanity. Nominated for eight 1959 Oscars and winning three, The Diary of Anne Frank remains one of cinema's most astounding and enduring treasures.
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Relive some of the most spectacular and innovative films of all time with Volume 2 of the United Artists Cinema Greats Collection! This four disc assortment includes the landmark films ROCKY, THE GREAT ESCAPE, THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR, and WEST SIDE STORY! ROCKY: With the first punch, ROCKY became the undeniable box-office champ of 1976. Knocking out stiff competition, the underdog story took home the coveted Best Picture Academy Award creator Sylvester Stallone became the heavyweight star of the year, and the highly successful Rocky franchise - with six films under its belt - was born! THE GREAT ESCAPE: In 1943, he Germans opened Stalag Luft III, a maximum-security prisoner-of-war camp, designed to hold even the craftiest escape artists. In doing so, however, the Nazis unwittingly assembled the finest escape team in military history - brilliantly portrayed here by Steve McQueen, James Garner, Charles Bronson and James Coburn - who worked on what became the largest prison break ever attempted. THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR: Brilliantly created by the Oscar-nominated director of Moonstruck, and starring Faye Dunaway (Network) and Steve McQueen (THE GREAT ESCAPE), this well-tooled and professionally crafted (Variety) suspense thriller has all the dazzling personality of the intriguing crime it portrays. WEST SIDE STORY: A triumph on every level, this magnificent winner of 10 Academy Awards (including Best Picture) set a standard for modern movie musicals that remains unsurpassed to this day. Featuring an unforgettable score and groundbreaking choreography, the film sets the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet against the backdrop of gang warfare in 1950s New York City. Starring Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer, Russ Tamblyn, Rita Moreno and George Chakiras, WEST SIDE STORY is the best film musical ever made (The New Republic).
FIVE FINGER EXERCISE (1962). Director: Daniel Mann. From the stage play by Peter Shaffer. When Philip Harrington (Richard Beymer) comes home from Harvard, he discovers that his mother, Louise (Rosalind Russell), has hired a German tutor, Walter (Maximilian Schell), for her young daughter, Pamela (Annette Gorman). Louise is pretentious and fancies herself more cultured than she actually is (she shells peas as Walter is giving a piano concert), and finds her husband, Stanley (Jack Hawkins) to be gruff, plodding and unimaginative. Philip is going through his own growing pains, and resists Stanley's attempts to bond with him, even as Stanley continually berates the young man for being too "sensitive" and is angry that his wife seems ungrateful for all he has given her. Louise finds herself becoming romantically and physically drawn to Walter, and it is more than likely that the confused, troubled Philip has developed a crush on Walter as well. Five Finger Exercise was based on a very successful 1958 British play by Peter Shaffer, and the story was transplanted to American shores and watered down, as was usually the case with material too frank for the Hollywood censors. Beymer [ Adventures of a Young Man ] gives it the old college try and has some good moments, but he's miscast, while an excellent Schell [ Return from the Ashes ] is more appropriate for his role. Rosalind Russell and Jack Hawkins [ She Played with Fire ] go together like oil and water, which is perhaps the point -- both give good performances. Philip has a good speech about how he is more than just an extension of his father, but is his own distinct person. An in-joke shows a poster of Russell in Auntie Mame when she walks into a store. Welcome to William Schoell's GREAT OLD MOVIES blog. Feel free to leave a comment regardless of the date the review was posted -- I read 'em all. Click on a label link (labels can be found at the bottom of each post) to find other movies from that year, the star, that director or genre and so on. Or enter a title, director, genre, star or supporting player in the small Blogger "search blog"... [NOTE: While this blog mostly reviews films -- and TV shows -- that are at least twenty-five years old, we do cover films up until the present day. ] HAVE FUN AND THANKS FOR DROPPING BY. William.
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Richard Beymer and Joanne Woodward in The Stripper (1963) Born: George Richard Beymer, Jr. (1938-02-20) February 20, 1938 (age 78) Avoca, Iowa, U.S.
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