George C. Scott
Born on October 18th, 1927
From Wise, Virginia, USA
Set in Dayton, Tenn., famous trial lawyer Henry Drummond (Jack Lemmon) debates evangelical politician and attorney Matthew Harrison Brady (George C. Scott) in this dramatic retelling of the Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925. Science teacher E.K. Hornbeck (Beau Bridges) teaches the theory of evolution, which violates the state statute supporting creationism. When the case is brought to trial, Drummond defends Hornbeck's right to teach Darwinism against Brady's religious counter-arguments.
Dickens' London miser Ebenezer Scrooge (George C. Scott) meets the ghosts of Christmases past, present and yet to come.
This spoof of 1930s American films features two movies and a trailer, with the same cast members acting in all three. "Dynamite Hands" follows an up-and-coming boxer (Harry Hamlin) with a heart of gold who stumbles into a life of excess when he falls for a nightclub singer (Trish Van Devere) and meets a sleazy gangster (Eli Wallach). In "Baxter's Beauties of 1933," a Broadway producer (George C. Scott) learns that he is dying and attempts to create one last hit show.