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Cast (feature film)

1.
Princess and the Barrio Boy, The (2000)
Sirena, a 15-year-old high school student, is very much in a coming-of-age dilemma. She is an excellent swimmer and everyone, including her wealthy widowed father, Nestor, has high hopes for her in the upcoming swimming season. Unfortunately, Sirena is at a point in her life where she wants to make
2.
Angel Town (1990)
An Olympic-level kickboxer leaves Paris for southern California, where he moves into a home that has been targeted by local gangs.
3.
Latino (1985) as Eddie'S Mother (Los Angeles)
4.
Mirrors (1985)
A young ambitious ballerina from Detroit moves to New York City to become a dancer on the Broadway stage. The plot follows her professional and love life in New York, and the film uses several song-and-dance sequences.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

5.
Parade, The (1984)
Michael Learned finds that her life in a small Kansas town and those of her mother (Geraldine Page) and her daughter (Rosanna Arquette) are thrown into turmoil with the unexpected return of her drifter husband (Frederic Forrest) after seven years in prison. The drama is played out against the prepar
6.
Cartier Affair, The (1984)
A pair of unlikely lovers -- a TV love goddess and an ex-con -- join forces to recover a fortune in stolen jewels that an underworld kingpin, operating out of prison, wants for himself. A light-hearted caper, it provided Joan Collins with a chance to spoof her own TV image and to wear a parade of co
7.
High School U.S.A. (1983)
Two generations of television personalities -- the contemporary players as students and '50s and '60s names as parents and teachers -- are pitted against each other in this teenage comedy set in a midwestern high school. This potential series pilot was followed by a second, hour-long one some months
8.
Death Ride to Osaka (1983)
An aspiring young singer naively takes a job in a Tokyo nightspot and is drawn into a white slavery ring in which the entertainers are forced into prostitution by the Yakuza, Japan's equivalent of the syndicate. This TV version of what long was a B-movie staple of an earlier generation ran through s
9.
Dreams Don't Die (1982)
Teenagers growing up in an urban combat zone, filmed on location in New York City and throughout its subway system. Ike Eisenmann is a subway graffiti painter whose artistic talents are noticed by concerned cop Paul Winfield, who becomes his surrogate father and urges him to help track down drug kin
10.
Mae West (1982)
Ann Jillian's portrait of legendary actress Mae West in this customarily white-washed TV biography, covering her flamboyant career through her triumphant Broadway return in "Diamond Lil" in 1948, won her an Emmy Award nomination. James Brolin plays Mae West's long-time lover and manager, Jim Timony,
11.
Freedom (1981)
Mare Winningham plays a teenager whose search for herself after her emancipation by her family leads to the realization, after being on the road and working in a traveling carnival, that happiness can be found in her own back yard despite her conflict with her divorced mother. This film reunited the
12.
Dream House (1981)
Vacationing Georgia construction worker, John Schneider, meets and falls for Manhattan's comely Director of Urban Renewal, Marilu Henner, and despite her initial rejection of him, sets out to build a dream house for both of them on a parcel of land in one of New York's ghetto neighborhoods.
13.
Sex and the Single Parent (1979)
Two attractive divorcees find that their newly-realized independence continues to be guided by their respective parental obligations.

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