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Also Known As: Died: July 2, 1991
Born: December 14, 1935 Cause of Death: kidney and lung cancer
Birth Place: Quincy, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Dark Holiday (1989) as Gene Lepere
A television movie based the true story of Gene LePere, an innocent American woman who, in August 1983, was arrested and put in jail while on a cruise to Turkey after being accused of smuggling antiquities.
2.
Bridge To Silence (1989) as Marge Duffield
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
3.
Jesse (1988) as Jesse Maloney
Based on the true story, a nurse is indicted for administering medical treatment without a license in an isolated California town in Death Valley.
4.
Gregory Peck: His Own Man (1988)
A "Crazy About the Movies" special presenting a biography of film star Gregory Peck, highlighted by clips from some of his classic films and interviews with friends and co-stars.
5.
Vision, The (1987) as Grace Gardner
Evangelists who run a satellite television network prepare viewers to accept a new world order.
6.
Of Pure Blood (1986) as Alicia Browning
A New York professional woman returns to her native Germany to investigate the violent death of her son. She then finds a chilling mystery that involves a Nazi plot to engineer a "master race."
7.
Toughlove (1985) as Jan Charters
Distraught parents are forced by their rebellious teenaged children to resort to extreme measures -- even at the risk of losing them forever. They turn to their local Toughlove family support program in the desperate hope of an eleventh-hour solution.
8.
Emma's War (1985) as Anne Grange
9.
Rearview Mirror (1984) as Terry Seton
Crazed escaped convict, with a street-smart New York cop nipping at his heels, kidnaps a woman and forces her to drive him on a reckless rampage through the swamps and island towns of North Carolina, eluding roadblocks and assorted police traps.
10.
Good Sport, A (1984) as Michelle Tenney
A "Woman of the Year"-type romantic comedy teams Lee Remick, as the stylish editor of a fashion magazine, with Ralph Waite, as a rumpled Manhattan sports reporter, and has them endeavor to keep their somewhat off-beat romance on a purely platonic level. Filmed entirely on location in New York.
11.
Gift of Love: A Christmas Story, The (1983) as Janet Broderick
Lee Remick is a suburbanite whose Christmas holiday is shattered by the death of her mother (Angela Lansbury, in their first project together since "Anyone Can Whistle," the Stephen Sondheim musical), the failure of her husband's business and the possible collapse of her marriage, and only through a
12.
Letter, The (1982) as Leslie Crosbie
In this sumptuous remake of the 1940 Bette Davis/Herbert Marshall version of Somerset Maugham's tale of smoldering passions on a rubber plantation in the Malayan jungles, Lee Remick and Australian actor Jack Thompson star as the restless wife and her rubber planter husband behind whose back she had
13.
Montgomery Clift (1982) as Herself
14.
Women's Room, The (1980) as Mira Adams
Star-laden but sudsy adaptation of Marilyn French's feminist novel spanning the '50s and '60s, with Lee Remick as a troubled divorcee whose quest for fulfillment after dumping her caddish spouse (Ted Danson), the man she married while still in school, takes her back to college -- to the cheers of he
15.
The Competition (1980) as Greta Vandemann
Competitors in a classical piano competition fall in love.
16.
Tribute (1980) as Maggie Stratton
A dying man strives to reconcile himself with his son whom he had previously abandoned.
17.
Haywire (1980) as Margaret Sullavan
Author Brooke Hayward's best-seller about her parents, actress Margaret Sullavan and theatrical agent/producer Leland Hayward, as well as her vulnerable younger sister and troubled brother (who produced this film), was dramatized here to great acclaim, with Lee Remick receiving an Emmy Award nominat
18.
Torn Between Two Lovers (1979) as Diane Conti
A women's picture dealing with a happily married suburbanite who becomes romantically attached to a handsome architect she meets at O'Hare airport in Chicago. Its distinction comes from Lee Remick's presence and her reteaming with director Delbert Mann with whom she worked a similar magic on "Breaki
19.
The Europeans (1979) as Eugenia--Baroness Munster
A New England household is upset by the arrival of two cousins from Europe.
20.
Medusa Touch, The (1978) as Dr Zonfeld
Morlar, a second class writer, is brutally killed. His head is totally smashed. When Inspector Brunel, a French cop, working in an exchange program in London, and sergeant Duff look up in his appartment, Morlar comes back to life. He resistst all his violations, a medical sensation. The researches show, that all people, who hurt Morlar in any way, died thereafter in a strange way. Above all, to those people belong authorities, as his parents, teachers, priests. Morlar thought, he initiated ALL catastrophies on earth. When he asked Dr.Zonfeld for help and she didn't believe him, he let an airplane crash into a building. Why doesn't he die ? Does it have something to do with the Queen visitig Westminster AbbeY ? And Windscale ?
21.
Breaking Up (1978) as Joann Hammil
A drama about a woman who faces a harrowing fight to rediscover her personal identity when her husband of fifteen years announces that he is leaving her and their children to search for the indefinable joy he feels is missing from his life. Subsequently a one-hour pilot called "Tom and JoAnn" was ai
22.
Telefon (1977) as Barbara
A Russian agent travels to the U.S. to stop a crazed defector from triggering human time bombs.
23.
Omen, The (1976) as Katherine Thorn
The young son of an American diplomat and his wife, living in London, turns out to be marked with the sign of Satan, the infamous "666". It soon becomes apparent that he could be the Anti-Christ incarnate and possesses the evil powers to stop anyone who stands in his way.
24.
Girl Named Sooner, A (1975) as Elizabeth Mchenry
A drama about an abandoned young girl, raised in the hill country of Indiana by an eccentric bootlegging old crone, who becomes the ward of a childless couple.
25.
Hennessy (1975) as Kate Brook
When his family is killed, an Irishman with IRA ties plots to assassinate Queen Elizabeth II.
26.
Hustling (1975) as Fran Morrison
A drama about an investigative reporter (obviously based on Gail Sheehy) for a New York-based news magazine who digs into the multi-million dollar prostitution business in Manhattan in search of the real profiteers. Emmy Award nominations went to Jill Clayburgh for her acting and Fay Kanin for her w
27.
A Delicate Balance (1973) as Julia
An aging couple is caught between their divorced daughter and troubled friends.
28.
Blue Knight, The (1973)
Veteran cop Bumper Morgan searches the Los Angeles barrio for the killer of an aging colleague in this pilot for the 1975-76 series. Kennedy took over the role originated in the 1973 telefeature by William Holden.
29.
And No One Could Save Her (1973) as Fern O'Neil
A middle-aged American heiress (Lee Remick in her TV-movie debut) frantically searches for her banker husband who boarded a plane for Ireland and then disappeared. This was the maiden film made for American TV by the Robert Stigwood Group, which evolved into RSO, producers of films like "Saturday Ni
30.
Man Who Came to Dinner, The (1972) as Maggie
An adaptation for television of the play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. The story of Sheridan Whiteside, an irascible and insulting character who comes to a home for dinner, breaks his hip -- and drives everyone batty while nursing himself back to health.
31.
A Severed Head (1971) as Antonia Lynch-Gibboon
When a woman leaves her husband for his best friend, it triggers a series of romantic unions and breakups.
32.
Sometimes a Great Notion (1971) as Viv
A family of lumberjacks make trouble in the Northwest.
33.
Loot (1970) as Fay
A nurse, her lover and his boyfriend hide the money from a bank job in her dead patient's coffin.
34.
Hard Contract (1969) as Sheila
A hit-man, on assignment in Europe to do a job, meets and falls in love with a beautiful jet-setter in Spain.
35.
No Way To Treat a Lady (1968) as Kate Palmer
A serial killer uses a variety of disguises to get to his victims.
36.
The Detective (1968) as Karen Leland
Police detective Joe Leland (Frank Sinatra) investigates the murder of a homosexual man. While investigating, he discovers links to official corruption in New York City in this drama that delves into a world of sex and drugs. Based on the Roderick Thorpe novel.
37.
Baby the Rain Must Fall (1965) as Georgette Thomas
A parolee tries to launch a musical career and keep out of trouble.
38.
The Hallelujah Trail (1965) as Cora Massingale
Indians, soldiers and temperance women fight to control a wagon train hauling whiskey across the West.
39.
The Wheeler Dealers (1963) as Molly Thatcher
Texas tycoons try to mix love with finance on a trip to New York.
40.
The Running Man (1963) as Stella Black
A man fakes his death to get back at the insurance company that denied an earlier claim.
41.
Days of Wine and Roses (1962) as Kirsten Arnesen
A husband and wife fight to conquer alcoholism.
42.
Experiment in Terror (1962) as Kelly Sherwood
A master criminal tries to force a bank teller to help him pull off a big heist.
43.
Sanctuary (1961) as Temple Drake
In the Misssissippi of the 20s, the black maid of a white woman, tormented by her love affiars, kills the latter's newborn in order to give her employer a way out of a predicament, but then ends up facing the death penalty for her crime.
44.
Wild River (1960) as Carol Baldwin
In 1930's Tennessee, the native folk go to odds with a representative from the Tennesse Valley Authority who wants to buy up some land needed for the construction of the now famous dam.
45.
Anatomy of a Murder (1959) as Laura Manion
A small-town lawyer gets the case of a lifetime when a military man avenges an attack on his wife.
46.
These Thousand Hills (1959) as Callie
47.
The Long, Hot Summer (1958) as Eula Varner
Ben Quick arrives in Frenchman's Bend, MS after being kicked out of another town for allegedly burning a barn for revenge. Will Varner owns just about everything in Frenchman's Bend and he hires Ben to work in his store. Will thinks his own son, Jody, who manages the store, lacks ambition and despairs of him getting his wife, Eula, pregnant. Will thinks his daughter, Clara, a schoolteacher, will never get married. He decides that Ben Quick might make a good husband for Clara to bring some new blood into the family.
48.
A Face in the Crowd (1957) as Betty Lou Fleckum
A female radio reporter turns a folk-singing drifter into a powerful media star.

Cast (special)

49.
Miracle on 44th Street: A Portrait of the Actors Studio (1991)
A documentary exploring the history of The Actors Studio, the academy founded in 1947 by Elia Kazan, Robert Lewis, Cheryl Crawford, and Lee Strasburg. The school advanced a naturalistic style of acting based on the work of Russian director and teacher Konstantin Stanislavski, which in the U.S. has a
50.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1988)
A special broadcast of the eleventh annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors, taped December 4, 1988 in Washington, DC. This year's honorees are Alvin Ailey, George Burns, Myrna Loy, Alexander Schneider, and Roger L. Stevens.
51.
Remembering Marilyn (1988) as Host
A special celebrating the continuing popularity of the legendary screen actress on the 25th anniversary of her death. Rare footage, film clips, newsreels and interviews are included.
52.
42nd Annual Tony Awards, The (1988)
Live broadcast from the Minskoff Theatre in New York City of the 42nd annual presentation of the Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Scenes from works nominated in the Best Play category are enacted, including "A Walk in the Woods," "Joe Turner's Come and
53.
Eleanor -- In Her Own Words (1987) as Eleanor Roosevelt
An "American Playhouse" one-woman drama about Eleanor Roosevelt, adapted from her writings and radio shows.
54.
Star-Spangled Celebration, A (1987)
A three-hour live-and-taped telecast on the Fourth of July celebrating the holiday and the continuation of "Project Literacy U.S." The program highlights concerts in Busch Stadium and under Gateway Arch on the Mississippi River in St. Louis, and musical performances around the country by well-known
55.
James Stewart: A Wonderful Life (1987)
A retrospective tribute to actor James Stewart. The program includes highlights from Stewart's films and interviews with his friends and associates.
56.
Follies in Concert (1986) as Phyllis Rogers Stone
A concert version of Stephen Sondheim's 1971 Broadway musical about a reunion of performers from the Follies, the top venue for the vaudeville and burlesque acts of the early twentieth century. For the first time, Sondheim's score is presented in its entirety. Included in the program are interviews
57.
40th Annual Tony Awards, The (1986)
The annual presentation of the American Theatre Wing's Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring excellence in the Broadway theater, broadcast live from the Minskoff Theatre in New York City. This year (1986) marks the twentieth time the Tony Awards have been presented on national television.
58.
Of Men of Women (1972) as Host; Wife (Story 4)
The overall title for a series of one-act plays based on the trials and tribulations of love. In the pilot episode: "Hot Machine, Cold Machine" (Story 1), tells of a widower and widow who meet by chance in a coin-operated laundromat; the second story, "Why Was He Late for Work," tells an offbeat sto
59.
Farmer's Daughter, The (1962) as Katrin Holstrom
The story, set in Washington, D.C., follows events in the life of Katrin Holstrom, a Swedish farm girl who comes to work as a housekeeper for Congressman Glen Morley.

Music (special)

60.
Follies in Concert (1986) as Song Performer ("The Story Of Lucy And Jessie")
A concert version of Stephen Sondheim's 1971 Broadway musical about a reunion of performers from the Follies, the top venue for the vaudeville and burlesque acts of the early twentieth century. For the first time, Sondheim's score is presented in its entirety. Included in the program are interviews

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

61.
Around the World in 80 Days (1989) as Sarah Bernhardt
When Phileas Fogg makes the claim that nineteenth century technology could enable a man to circumnavigate the globe in only 80 days, he's taken up on his bet. He then sets out to see the world by train, boat and hot air balloon
62.
Mistral's Daughter (1984) as Kate Browning
Vividly filmed kitsch from the pen of Judith Krantz -- in the tradition of "Scruples" and "Princess Daisy" -- as adapted by Rosemary Anne Sisson (one of the creator of "Upstairs, Downstairs") and Terence Feely, with directing chores split between Douglas Hickox and Kevin Connor. In the eight-hour mi
63.
Qb Vii (1974) as Lady Margaret Alexander Weidman
An absorbing adaptation of Uris' best-selling novel telling the story of two successful men, an American writer and a Polish doctor, whose careers lead to a confrontation in a London courtroom when the former accuses the latter of having performed illegal operations in a Nazi prison camp years earli

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

64.
Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder (1987) as Frances Bradshaw Schreuder
A three-part, six-hour miniseries based on Shana Alexander's book about a man whose obsession for pleasing his mother results in his killing his wealthy grandfather at her request. Based on a true-life case.
65.
Arthur Hailey's "Wheels" (1978) as Erica Trenton
The slick Hailey novel about passion and intrigue at the corporate level of the automotive industry emerged an elegantly produced soap opera in this project, the biggest ever handled by a single director and highlighted by the Emmy-nominated performance of Lee Remick as the bored wife who finds that
66.
Ike: The War Years (1978) as Kay Summersby
Eisenhower the military man is the focus of this TV miniseries, his relationship with the other wartime leaders, and, very discreetly, his personal relationship with his driver, Kay Summersby. "Ike" came up with five Emmy Award nominations: Outstanding Cinematography (Part 2), Outstanding Film Editi

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