Hotel is a 1967 film adaptation of the novel Hotel written by Arthur Hailey. The year 1967 in film involved some significant events It is widely considered as one of the most ground-breaking years in film Film adaptation is the transfer of a written work to a Feature film. Hotel is a 1965 novel by Arthur Hailey. It is the story of an independent New Orleans hotel the St Arthur Hailey ( April 5, 1920 – November 24, 2004) was a British / Canadian novelist The film stars Rod Taylor, Catherine Spaak, Karl Malden, Kevin McCarthy, Michael Rennie, and Melvyn Douglas. Rodney Sturt Taylor (born January 11, 1930) is an Australian -born Film and Television Actor. Catherine Spaak (born 3 April 1945) is a French actress Born at Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine ( Ile-de-France) she Karl Malden (born on March 22, 1912) is an American Actor of Serbian origin known for his expansive manner Kevin McCarthy may refer to Kevin McCarthy (radio, Texan radio personality Kevin McCarthy (politician (born 1965 United States Congressman Michael Rennie ( 25 August[[ 909]]&ndash 10 June[[ 971]] was an English film television and stage actor best known for his starring role as the benevolent Melvyn Edouard Hesselberg ( April 5, 1901 – August 4, 1981) better known as Melvyn Douglas, was an American actor
Peter McDermott involves himself not only in the overtures by two different buyers, he also takes an interest in the upper-class European guest. Is a concept in Sociology that refers to the group of people at the top of a Social hierarchy.
One of the buyers, O'Keefe, intends to renovate and "modernize" the hotel, with conveyor belts carrying luggage automatically around the building like it were some sort of modern airport terminal, and even presenting the customer's bill on a conveyor belt. A belt conveyor consists of two or more Pulleys with a continuous loop of material - the conveyor belt - that rotates about them Luggage is any number of Bags cases and containers which hold a Traveller s articles during transit.
Meanwhile, a professional thief is still working the hotel, barely staying ahead of the staff when he is spotted, snagging guests' keys with female accomplices. In Criminal law, theft (also known as stealing or filching) is the illegal taking of another person's Property without that person's freely-given He blithely talks himself out of one tough spot by grabbing an ordinary-looking attache case, gets to a room, calms his pounding heart, then uses one of his key collection to open the case to see what minor baubles he might have acquired — but its full of cash. Attaché is a French term in diplomacy referring to a person who is assigned ('attached' to the administrative staff of a higher placed person or another service or agency Counting himself lucky to take retirement (at least temporarily), he heads for the elevator to leave. An elevator or lift is a Transport device used to move people or goods vertically from one floor to another
One of the elevators acted up again earlier, as reported by one of the elevator attendants. Relays are a little slow, the mechanic notes, saying he will tighten them up tonight. About this time, the owner decides to sell the hotel to the man who will demolish it. A group of people, including the thief and the man he stole the attache case from (not recognizing it as his own), get into the elevator.
The elevator does not behave right after the attendant closes the door and starts to descend. It drops a bit, then a bit more. It is definitely on the fritz, and a bell starts to ring. McDermott looks up the shaft and then he and another person take the adjacent elevator up to the same level. They transfer passengers through the roof, the thief being one of the last off but told by the attache case owner to leave the case behind. Before that last person can get off, the brakes fail and the car goes plunging to the bottom.
|This 1960s drama film-related article is a stub. Hotel is a 1965 novel by Arthur Hailey. It is the story of an independent New Orleans hotel the St Hotel was based on the book of the same name by Arthur Hailey, which was also adapted into a 1967 movie, aired as a weekly Prime-time The 1960s decade refers to the years from the beginning of 1960 to the end of 1969 Drama is the specific mode of Fiction represented in Performance. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|