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Cast (feature film)

On Thin Ice: The Tai Babalonia Story (1990)
A television movie based on the true story of Tai Babilonia, the figure skater. Her dreams of an Olympic gold medal were dashed when her partner, Randy Gardner, suffered an injury and was unable to complete the 1984 Winter Olympics competition. Devastated, she turned to drugs until she decided to pu
Hitler's Daughter (1990) as Trautman
A television movie about a presidential press aide who is informed by a Nazi hunter that Hitler's daughter -- one of three powerful women in Washington -- is alive, and will rise to power to reinstate the horrifying teachings of the Third Reich unless she is exposed. --BASELINE.
Last Best Year, The (1990) as Dr Siegel
A television movie in which two women -- a psychologist who is careful not to get too involved, and her patient, an isolated woman dying from cancer -- develop a relationship that grows from doctor and patient to best of friends.
Bridge To Silence (1989) as Sam Samuels
A hearing-impaired woman's life is shattered when her husband is killed in an automobile accident that leaves her seriously injured. As she struggles to overcome her physical and emotional wounds, she tries to reclaim her relationship with her four-year-old daughter and reconcile with her estranged
Lune de Miel (1987) as Barnes
Fight for Life (1987)
A father of a young child with epilepsy learns of a drug that could cure her, but is only available in Europe, not in the United States. He begins his mission to obtain the drug for his daughter at any cost.
Deadly Business, A (1986) as Carmine Franco
A television movie based on the true story of Harold Kaufman, whose undercover work for the FBI exposed corruption and the involvment of organized crime in the handling of lethal toxic wastes.
Perry Mason: The Case of the Shooting Star (1986)
Raymond Burr recreates his characterization of the famous attorney, Perry Mason, for the third time in this television movie, as he defends an actor accused of shooting a television talk show host in front of an audience. Despite the threat of losing the friendship of a beautiful woman, he refuses t
High Price of Passion, The (1986) as Judge
The sordid true tale of a Tufts University professor who becomes obsessed with a prostitute and is driven to murder, as recounted in Russell M. Glitman's book, is enacted by Richard Crenna, at the head of a lengthy Canadian cast. Tufts officials doubtless were unnerved to discover that in this rathe
Christmas Eve (1986) as Dr Greenspan
Amanda Kingsley is a spirited and somewhat eccentric millionairess who owns 51 percent of one of America's largest corporations. With her dignified servant Maitland she covers New York City feeding and giving money to the homeless and unfortunate.<P>Although her humorless son Andrew runs the family
Perry Mason Returns (1985) as District Attorney Jack Welles
Raymond Burr reprises his performance as television''s most celebrated attorney in this movie in which Perry Mason, now an appellate court judge, is forced to resign his post to defend his former secretary, Della Street, on a murder charge.
Seduced (1985) as Executive At Exchange
A romantic thriller involving an ambitious attorney and the old flame with whom he resumes his passionate love affair of years before, only that now she is married to a powerful millionaire whose subsequent murder complicates matters. Harrison not only starred but also was executive producer for his
Heartsounds (1984) as Dr Korber
A happily married couple -- he's a successful physician, she's a respected writer -- refuse to be crushed when a series of heart attacks repeatedly threaten the doctor's life. Both stars (Garner in particular shedding his genial rugged man image with extra poundage and thinning hair) demonstrated tr
Rats, The (1982) as Dr Louis Spenser
When a special breed of rats is accidentally dosed with a large amount of steroids, they grow five to ten times bigger. As the rats run amok in the city, a science teacher and health inspector do their best to survive the situation and develop a plan to get rid of the giant rodents.
Virus (1980) as Dr Latour
Courage of Kavik, the Wolf Dog, The (1980) as Eddie
A sort of "Lassie Come Home" set in the wilds of Alaska, this Canadian-made TV-movie followed the 2,000-mile odyssey of a champion sled dog in search of a youngster who once saved his life, and is based on Walt Morey's popular -- in Canada, at least -- children's adventure tale. Filmed entirely on l
F.D.R. -- The Last Year (1980) as Samuel Rosenman
Jason Robards, who was seen as Leland Hayward initially only the night before, starred as a dying Franklin Delano Roosevelt in this dramatization of Jim Bishop's book, and garnered an Emmy Award nomination as Outstanding Actor. This production, taped rather than filmed, also brought a Supporting Act
Atlantic City (1980) as Hospital President
An aging gangster''''s love for a gambling house waitress puts him in the middle of a heist gone bad.
Something's Rotten (1979) as Alexis Alexander
Lost And Found (1979) as Mr Sanders
George Segal, Glenda Jackson, Maureen Stapleton, Hollis McLaren, John Cunningham, Paul Sorvino. After the phenomenal success of their first screen pairing A TOUCH OF CLASS, Glenda Jackson and George Segal were re-teamed in this romantic comedy about a widowed college professor and a divorced Englishwoman who come together (in a ski accident) at a winter resort
American Christmas Carol, An (1979)
Set in Depression-era New Hampshire, a miser named Benedict Slade is given an unusual opportunity to change his ways. Inspired by the novella "A Christmas Carol," written by Charles Dickens.
City on Fire (1979) as Councilman Paley
William Dudley is a corrupt mayor who has allowed a chemical works to be built right in the centre of town. When an employee at the works has been denied an expected promotion and, in addition, finds himself fired shortly thereafter, he decides to take his revenge by opening the valves to the storage vats and their interconnecting pipes. It doesn't take long for this act of petty vandalism to start a fire that soon engulfs an entire metropolis! The drama focuses on a newly built hospital which, like all civic buildings that went up during the mayor's crooked administration, is shoddily built and poorly equipped.
Tomorrow Never Comes (1978) as Milton
Coming back from an extended business trip, Frank discovers that his girlfriend Janie is now working at a new resort hotel where the owner has given her a permanent place to stay, as well as other gifts, in exchange for her affections. In the course of fighting over this development, tensions between Frank and Janie escalate out of control until he is holding her hostage in a standoff with the police. As the negotiators try to talk Frank into giving himself up, the desperate man feels himself being pushed further and further into a corner.
Age of Innocence (1977) as Dr Hogarth
Henry Buchanan (David Warner), an English schoolmaster, comes to teach in a small Canadian town. His outspoken views on the evil of the approaching World War II causes a ripple in the small town, and when it is discovered that he was a conscientious objector in World War I, the citizens of the town are outraged. But it's his friendships with both the enigmatic rich recluse Mrs Boswell (Honor Blackman) and Clarissa (Trudy Young), the daughter of the town's most prominent citizen, that will get Henry into the most trouble of all...
Second Wind (1976) as Graham
Clown Murders, The (1976) as The Promoter
A group of young professionals decides to play a practical joke on one of their ex-girlfriends who married a rich man who is about to close a major real estate deal. They plan to kidnap her and mess up the deal. Unfortunately, the joke becomes deadly serious.
Death Among Friends (1975) as Blair Walker
A lady homicide detective tries to solve the murder of an international financier in this pilot for a prospective but unrealized series.
Why Rock the Boat? (1974) as Carmichael
Harry Barnes is a fledgling reporter in 1940s Canada whose enthusiasm for a journalistic career is wavering due to the cynicism of his older colleagues. While working in vain to get a "big scoop' Harry does succeed in having an affair with his publisher's wife and impresses a female co-worker by bec
Touch Of Class, A (1973) as Wendell Thompson
A 1970s style romantic comedy. Steve is a philandering American businessman living in London, heavily inclined towards cheating his lovely wife Gloria. He meets divorced British fashion designer Vicki, and soon the two go on a secret holiday together in Spain. They rent a flat for their trysts -- and constant arguments -- in a seedy London building filled with prostitutes. A friend, Walter, tries to give Steve some good advice, but Steve won't listen until it's too late.
Explosion (1970) as Mr. Evans
The Hired Killer (1967) as Gastel
Goldfinger (1964) as Felix Leiter
James Bond tries to thwart an attempt to rob Fort Knox.
Lolita (1962) as Physician
Vladimir Nabokov's racy classic focuses on an aging intellectual in love with a teenager.
Jet Storm (1961) as Colonel Coe
Richard Attenborough plays Ernest Tilley, a man who lost his daughter in a hit-and-run accident. He tracks down the man responsible for the accident and boards the same plane, threatening to blow up himself and everyone on board as an act of vengeance. What follows is an Airport-type movie with all the passengers having their own little subplots and fears.
Crack in the Mirror (1960) as Murzeau
Tre attori per sei ruoli : questo il meccanismo del film, un melodramma su due triangoli amorosi. Nel primo, il vecchio Hagalin รจ ucciso dalla cameriera, in compagnia del proprio amante. Nel secondo, l'avvocato Lamorciere scopre che la sua donna vorrebbe scappare con il giovane assistente di studio. Durante il processo contro i due amanti omicidi, l'avvocato riesce ad ottenere una condanna minore per loro.
Subway in the Sky (1959) as Carson
A nightclub singer in Berlin helps a military doctor wrongly accused of drug running.

Cast (special)

Town Where No One Got Off, The (1986) as Salesman
A city-dweller quickly learns that his dream of a rural paradise is not all that he expected when he visits a little whistle-stop and finds a mysterious old man with a strange secret.
Valentine's Revenge (1986) as Joshua Grey
An adaptation of a short story by O. Henry (William Sydney Porter), written while he was in prison and inspired by the thoughts of a dying prisoner, about a safecracker named Jimmy Valentine who decides to reform when he falls in love with the daughter of his potential victim.
Red Skelton's Christmas Dinner (1982) as Rich Man No 1
A holiday special in which Freddy the Freeloader and his equally impoverished friend, the Professor, struggle to scrape together money for a Christmas dinner in a fancy restaurant.
Devil's Web, The (1975) as Edgar Harrow
The story of Elizabeth "Bessy" Morne, a nurse who uses occult powers to cure a paralyzed girl.
Thanksgiving Treasure, The (1973) as Aaron Burkhart
The second of four pilot films about life in Nebraska during the '40s as seen through the experiences of the Mills family. The story follows Addie Mills, the eleven-year-old daughter of widower James Mills, as she attempts to befriend Mr. Rhenquist, a bitter old man who is an enemy of her father.

Cast (special)

Little Gloria, Happy At Last (1982)
A stellar cast and six Emmy Award nominations distinguished this dramatization of Barbara Goldsmith's best-seller about the bitter 1934 child custody case involving 10-year-old Gloria Vanderbilt, America's famous "poor little rich girl." In addition to nominations as Outstanding Drama Special and fo

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