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The plot was about the US President's (Franchot Tone) nomination of Robert A.

Leffingwell (Henry Fonda) to the position of Secretary of State.

This complex and controversial drama about party politics with a big-name cast was directed by Otto Preminger.

It was based upon Allan Drury's highly influential and best-selling, Pulitzer Prize-winning political potboiler of 1959.

Unable to face his own past, Anderson tragically committed suicide - he "cut his throat" (slashed his own throat with a razor).

As it turned out, the vote on the controversial nomination was deadlocked.

He prayed to himself: Then she laughed at him, set her large milk glass on the ground near him, and stepped out of the photo ("I'm alive"). Growing in size again, she yelled at him: "I'm fed up with you." She realized the power of her allure as she began to strip-tease.

She later cheerfully described him as an animal: "coarse, lustful, barbaric." He replied: "Keep right on talkin', honey. They also studied in a drawing class (with Granny as their model) and after lunch, they recessed by sunbathing in the sunshine and tossing a beach ball by the pool.

I like it when you run me down like that." She called him "rock-bottom" and added: "It's a great comfort for a girl to know she could not possibly sink any lower."But then in a cheap second floor hotel room, he circled her bed and predictably committed acts of "lewd vagrancy" and assault upon her, and she was found with a bruised face. Due to financial difficulties, Granny had employed Krakow (William Engesser, also crazy-credited as Abe Greyhound), a huge 7 foot tall, non-speaking (besides grunts and growls) hairy werewolf, to operate an illicit moonshine still in his cellar.

However, she refused to answer questions, press charges or seek treatment and promptly fled from town. When she claimed he was using sexual blackmail on her, he held her against a wall, slapped her, and forced her to keep quiet: "All in all, I don't think you're gonna, you're gonna say too much about this, are you? Granny was suspicious that someone was attempting to rat him out to the authorities.

She feared recrimination: "Nobody can protect themselves against a man like that."The "shocking degenerate" told Sam how he had threatened his own ex-wife (now married to a plumber) after being released from prison (where he had "burned for eight years"), forcing her to write a "love note" to him inviting him on a "second honeymoon" -- "I made her write a lot of dirty words. "His assault of Peggy was only a diversion to go after Nancy, and although the young girl defended herself with a fireplace poker, she was no match against his powerful grip - he gagged her mouth and dragged her outside, where she was ultimately saved by her father. No (1962), Bond awakened to the sound of a girl's voice singing "Underneath the Mango Tree." And then on the Crab Key beach rising Venus-like from the water with giant seashells that she was poaching, Bond had his first view of Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress), an innocent, carefree, voluptuous island girl/diver wearing a sexy, white bikini and hunting knife at her waist. In the film's climax, a fancy annual costume ball was scheduled (during a full moon) for the girls.

Then I occupied her time for three days." On a Cape Fear River houseboat where Sam had lured Cady with the two females as 'bait,' the bare-chested ex-con first threatened wife Peggy (Polly Bergen) to have consensual sex with him in order to spare her daughter. You, instead of Nancy, and I'll agree never to see you again. [Note: Wet bikini-clad Ursula Andress was the first Bond girl in the first James Bond film. Before the party, there was a long sequence of girls (one-by-one) descending the stairs (topless) to make phone calls to their boyfriends, reminding them to bring alcohol.

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