Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
THE WIND AND THE LION
Dir: John Milius
In 1904, Morocco becomes a focus of international attention when an American woman (Candice Bergen) is kidnapped by a Berber rebel leader (Sean Connery). Brian Keith and John Huston shine in support roles as Teddy Roosevelt and his Secretary of State.
Dir: John Huston
Michael Caine and Sean Connery are two British soldier-pals trying to bamboozle high priests of remote Kafiristan into turning over their riches by convincing them that Connery is a god. With Christopher Plummer as Rudyard Kipling (whose short story inspired the film).
20th Century Fox,
Dir: John Boorman
The title of this cult sci-fi favorite derives from THE WIZARD OF OZ, and from the sight of Sean Connery’s red-suspendered Speedo costume, it’s clear that we’re not in Kansas anymore. In one of his first post-Bond films, Connery plays Zed, an Exterminator who helps keep the race of Brutals in line for their rulers, the Eternals, in a post apocalyptic Earth society. With Charlotte Rampling.