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    Robert Altman has quasi-villain Peter Gallagher leaving and lead Tim Robbins arriving at an L-A lunch spot, with Burt Reynolds and critic Charles Champlin, the table of studio boss Brion James being ground zero, in a typical episode from his Hollywood satire The Player, 1992.

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Player, The (1992) -- I Hope You Don't...
Robert Altman has quasi-villain Peter Gallagher leaving and...
Player, The (1992) -- I Hope You Don't Remember Me
Robert Altman has quasi-villain Peter Gallagher leaving and lead Tim Robbins arriving at an L-A lunch spot, with Burt Reynolds and critic Charles Champlin, the table of studio boss Brion James being ground zero, in a typical episode from his Hollywood satire The Player, 1992. >
Michael Phillips Intro -- The Player (1992)
Guest host Michael Phillips introduces The Player, 1992.
Michael Phillips Intro -- The Player...
Michael Phillips Intro -- The Player (1992)
Guest host Michael Phillips introduces The Player, 1992. >
Player, The (1992) -- She's Booked For The...
Director Robert Altman dazzling, still in the opening scene...
Player, The (1992) -- She's Booked...
Player, The (1992) -- She's Booked For The Next Two Years
Director Robert Altman still in the opening scene, Griffin (Tim Robbins) visits exec Joel (Brion James), with side-man Walter (Fred Ward), then restaurant cameos for Anjelica Huston and John Cusack, and a better look at rival Larry (Peter Gallagher), early in The Player, 1992. >
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Player (1992)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Player, 1992.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Player...
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Player (1992)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Player, 1992. >
Player, The (1992) -- Nice Boat You Got There
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Player, The (1992) -- Nice Boat You Got There
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Player, The (1992) -- Touch Of Evil
Player, The (1992) -- Touch Of Evil
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Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Player, 1992.
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