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Cast (feature film)

1.
Anesthesia (2014)
A violent mugging of a New York Professor brings disparate New Yorkers together
2.
Low Down (2014)
Joe Albany, a jazz pianist who played with greats like Charlie Parker and Miles Davis, struggles with heroin addiction.
3.
Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
Superheroes from the distant future travel back in time to help in the modern day.
4.
Casting By (2013)
A portrait of the late, legendary casting director Marion Dougherty who was a pioneer in the field of casting before the job even received a significant credit. Establishing herself in the early 1960s with two groundbreaking television series - "Naked City" and "Route 66" - she went on to become the
5.
Love, Marilyn (2012)
A documentary about the life of Marilyn Monroe.
6.
Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil (2011)
Red Riding Hood is training with a secret group called the Sisters of the Hood, when she's called upon by Nicky Flippers, the head of the Happily Ever After Agency, to investigate the disappearance of Hansel and Gretel.
7.
Boomerang (2009)
Shot in 60 countries, shows how the environmental problems of the world are interlinked. Focuses on Brazil and the destruction of the rain forests, which are being cleared to make room for crops to be used to feed livestock, which are being raised to feed the growing human population.
8.
Cody: The First Step (2009)
The true story of Cody Unser, a young woman who in 1999 at the age of twelve was diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder that causes paralysis from the chest down.
9.
Evening (2007)
As Ann lays dying in a morphine-induced state, she remembers, and conveys to her daughters, the defining moments in her life 50 years prior, when she was a young woman in love.
10.
Tarzan 2 (2005)
A sequel to the 1999 animated feature.
11.
Nine Lives (2005) as Cast
Nine everyday women meet the travails and disappointments of life with resilience. Sandra is locked-up in prison and wants desperately to connect with her visiting child. Diana confronts the sudden flash of a past relationship, long after she has moved on to a new life. Holly can't seem to move forw
12.
Chumscrubber, The (2005) as Cast
Dean Stiffle knows the score. Hillside--a beautiful community in Anywhere, USA--may look like a postcard from the frontlines of the American Dream, but teenage Dean knows better. When Troy, Dean's best friend and the town's leading drug dealer, hangs himself in his bedroom his death throws the commu
13.
Lion in Winter, The (2004) as Eleanor Of Aquitaine
Over the Christmas of 1183, King Henry II of England brings together his treacherous family members - his wife, Queen Eleanor of Acquataine, newly released from prison for attempting to stage a coup; his beautiful, shameless mistress Alais and her scheming brother, King Philip of France; and his thr
14.
Stepford Wives, The (2004) as Claire Wellington
Joanna Eberhart thinks she's made it to the top of her world. The youngest president in the history of the EBS television network, she also has an attentive husband and two beautiful children. On the surface, Joanna's life appears to be, well, perfect--until one catastrophic day when it all comes cr
15.
Hoodwinked ! (2004)
The true story of Red Riding Hood.
16.
Until the Violence Stops (2004) as Herself
Centering around the impact of the Vagina Monologues, this documentary follows an international movement called V-Day, a day devoted to stopping violence against women. Eight hundred cities around the world in 2002 paticipated in V-Day by staging benefit performances of The Vagina Monologues, from
17.
Heights (2004) as Diana
In New York City, Isabel, a photographer, is having second thoughts about her upcoming marriage to Jonathan, a lawyer. On the same day, Isabel's mother Diana learns that her husband has a new lover, and begins to re-think her life choices and her open marriage. Diana and Isabel's paths cross with Al
18.
Strip Search (2004) as Karen Moore
A look at how crime and punishment have changed since the attack on the World Trade Center, September 11, 2001. Civil rights violations are compared as humiliating interrogations of a American student in China and a Saudi student in New York are portrayed side by side.
19.
Brush With Fate (2003) as Cornelia Englebrecht
Adaptation of Susan Vreelands's collection of stories that trace the history and ownership of what may be an undiscovered work of art by 17th century Dutch painter Jan Vermeer.
20.
Pinocchio (2002) as Voice Of Blue Fairy (English Version)
A live-action adaptation of the classic children's tale which centers on a wooden puppet who wants to become a real boy. Despite guidance from the beautiful Blue Fairy and the love of his father, Geppetto, Pinocchio's curious spirit leads him into one wild adventure after another.
21.
Safety of Objects, The (2001) as Esther Gold
The interwoven stories of four suburban families who are struggling to crawl out from the isolating safety of objects. Once a promising teenaged singer-songwriter, Paul Gold lies in his bedroom in a coma, nursed by his mother, Esther, who in her caregiver role, has unintentionally distanced herself
22.
Ballad of Lucy Whipple, The (2001) as Arvella Whipple
Arvella Whipple, a recently widowed mother of three, travels with her three children from New England to California during the Gold Rush of 1850 to start a new life in the burgeoning frontier town of Lucky Diggins. Arvella's spirited 13-year-old daughter, California, does not share her mother's drea
23.
Rodgers & Hammerstein's "South Pacific" (2001) as Nellie Forbush
Adaptation of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, based on the novel "Tales of the South Pacific," by James A. Michener, about love and loss on a remote Pacific island during World War II. The story tracks two parallel romances: one between Nellie Forbush, a Navy nurse, and Emile DeBecque, a wealth
24.
Baby (2000) as Voice Of Adult Sophie
Television movie based on the book by Patricia MacLachlan about a family whose life is dramatically changed when a baby girl is mysteriously delivered on their doorstep with a cryptic note promising that one day the baby's mother will return. Lily, is a mother who is grappling with depression and gu
25.
102 Dalmatians (2000) as Cruella De Vil
Released from prison on good behavior after swearing that she will have nothing to do with fur again, Cruella De Vil cannot keep this promise and is soon plotting another "FUR-OCIOUS" scheme to get her ultimate Dalmatian coat. Again eager to obtain her fur at any cost, the adventures begin when Crue
26.
Tarzan (1999) as Voice Of Kala
A man raised by gorillas encounters humans and is forced to decide where to live his life.
27.
Cookie's Fortune (1999) as Camille Dixon
In a small Mississippi town, Cookie Orcutt discreetly kills herself in order to join her late husband. But her uptight daughter can't stand the idea of a suicide in the family, and rearranges the evidence to seem like murder. The investigation of the alleged murder reveals hidden secrets about the p
28.
Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End (1999) as Sarah Witting
Continues the saga of Sarah, a New England woman who moved to the Midwest after answering an advertisment for a wife placed by a widowed father at the turn-of-the-century. It is now 1918 and Jacob's father, John, a man who abandoned his family years ago, wants to come home at the end of his life. Me
29.
Things You Can Tell Just By Looking At Her (1999) as Elaine ("This Is Dr Keener")
Five seeemingly unconnected lifelines intersect in the San Fernando Valley told through five seperate stories. In "This Is Dr. Keener," Dr. Elaine Keener battles her mother and waits for a male colleague to call. "Fantasies About Rebecca" deals with a woman who finds out that she is pregnant by her
30.
Paradise Road (1997) as Adrienne Pargiter
Set in World War II Singapore, European women imprisoned by the Japanese seek solace from the horror of their imprisonment by forming a vocal orchestra.
31.
In the Gloaming (1997) as Janet
When a young man returns home dying of AIDS, his parents lives are thrown into turmoil as they face his terminal illness. In the struggle to understand who their son really is, the mother forges a deep relationship with her son in the last months of his life and the father reaches out to the son he never really knew.
32.
In & Out (1997) as Herself
Howard Brackett's high school English students are astonished. Is it really true that their favorite high school teacher may be gay? But hey, he can't be gay; he's about to get married! Then again, he also teaches the drama class and boy, does he love those Barbra Streisand records... It all happene
33.
Air Force One (1997) as Vice President Kathryn Bennett
The President of the United States, James Marshall, takes a tough anti-terrorist stance and then becomes a hostage himself when Air Force One is taken over by terrorists from Kazakhstan, led by Ivan Korshunov, who demand the release of their fascistic leader General Radek. The President seems to escape from the plane in an emergency capsule yet is actually hiding on board. He silently kills a member of the terrorist group before establishing contact with F-15's to engage the hijacked plane. As passengers escape by parachute, Marshall is captured by Ivan and forced to release General Radek, setting in motion an international incident.
34.
101 Dalmatians (1996) as Cruella De Vil
Cruella DeVil owns and runs the fashionable House DeVil, catering to her two passions: clothes and fur. But when her most talented and industrious designer, Anita, falls hopelessly in love and marries beau Roger, Cruella is threatened by the shift in loyalty. Paying a visit to the newlyweds' home, her temper thaws when she finds that a litter of Dalmation puppies is due. Intent upon adding them to her growing collection, she brandishes her check book only to discover the pups are not for sale. However, Cruella doesn't understand the word no, and she sends her hapless henchmen Jasper and Horace to steal what can't be bought. As Cruella preens in readiness for her new finery, the entire canine kingdom is racing to rescue the pups.
35.
Mary Reilly (1996) as Mrs Farraday
Mary Reilly lives in the house of Dr. Henry Jekyll. She serves her master as a loyal housemaid, sensitive to his weaknesses, attuned to his needs. An innocent girl, Mary's placid demeanor belies a core of steel that has enabled her to overcome a past scarred by violence and pain. In the service of D
36.
Mars Attacks! (1996) as Marsha Dale
Martians invade earth in this spoof of the 1950-60s sci-fi genre.
37.
Anne Frank Remembered (1995)
Documentary reconstructing the life of Anne Frank from her early childhood to her death in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp just weeks before the Third Reich fell.
38.
The Good, The Bad And The Beautiful (1995)
Film clips and interviews show how female stars have helped shape the dreams Hollywood sells to movie fans.
39.
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (1995) as Colonel Margarethe Cammermeyer
Based on the story of Colonel Margarethe Cammermeyer, a 26-year veteran and nationally honored Army nurse who received the Bronze Star for her 14 months in Vietnam, and was involuntarily discharged from the Washington National Guard in 1992 after disclosing in a 1989 security-clearance interview tha
40.
Paper, The (1994) as Alicia Clark
Workaholic New York City tabloid editor Henry Hackett loves the adrenaline rush his job gives him, but the long hours and lousy salary are starting to grate on his wife Martha. With the paper facing cutbacks and his wife pregnant, Hackett contemplates taking a more sedate job with a more respectable
41.
Skylark (1993) as Sarah
A television movie sequel of "Sarah, Plain and Tall." Continues the story of Sarah, a New England woman who moved to the Midwest after she answered an ad for a wife placed by a widowed farmer during the turn-of-the-century. Two years later, when a disastrous drought strikes Kansas, Sarah is forced t
42.
House of the Spirits, The (1993) as Ferula
Set in South America, this familial saga traces the rise of a lower class man and his romance with his elusive bride.
43.
Meeting Venus (1991) as Karin Anderson
A Hungarian conductor attempts to stage an opera in Paris with a multinational company.
44.
Sarah, Plain and Tall (1991) as Sarah Wheaton
A woman answers a widowed farmer's ad for a new wife and mother to his two children.
45.
Reversal of Fortune (1990) as Sunny Von Bulow
Claus Von Bulow fights to prove himself innocent of drugging his high society wife.
46.
The Divine Greta Garbo (1990) as Host
Glenn Close hosts this documentary featuring film clips and rare behind-the-scenes footage that reveal how Greta Garbo's film career reflected her life.
47.
Hamlet (1990) as Gertrude
based on the Shakespeare play about a man who returns home to his kingdom to find his mom married to his uncle and his father dead, and then must avenge his father's death.
48.
Immediate Family (1989) as Linda Spector
Story of a couple who cannot have a child on their own and the unwed, pregnant young woman whose baby they want to adopt.
49.
Light Years (1988) as Voice Of Ambisextra
In a distant future, the planet Gandahar has achieved perfect harmony with nature. However, when a mysterious force seems to be gaining power and control over the land, the queen sends her son Sylvain to investigate and ultimately stop an army of mechanical men who seem to be turning inhabitants in
50.
Dangerous Liaisons (1988) as Marquise Demerteuil
Set in pre-revolutionary France, an upper-class gentleman makes a wager with his ex-lover that he can seduce a virtuous woman.
51.
Stones For Ibarra (1988) as Sara Everton
A television movie based on Harriet Doerr's 1984 best-seller involving Sara and Richard Everton, a young couple from San Francisco who rejuvenate the poor, rural Mexican village of Ibarra by re-opening an abandoned copper mine.
52.
Fatal Attraction (1987) as Alex Forrest
A happily married New York City attorney engages in a one- night stand while his wife and child are away. The woman refuses to end the affair and, subsequently terrorizes the attorney and his family.
53.
Jagged Edge (1985) as Teddy Barnes
When a wealthy publishing magnate is accused of murdering his heiress wife, a high powered attorney is called in to defend him. She succeeds and the two fall in love. Then she grows suspicious that she helped acquit a guilty man.
54.
Maxie (1985) as Jan; Maxie
A successful, married woman becomes possessed with the spirit of a "Roaring 20s" flapper, much to her husband's delight.
55.
Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan, Lord Of The Apes (1984) as Voice Of Miss Jane Porter
The legendary jungle king tries to adjust to life in British high society.
56.
The Natural (1984) as Iris Gaines
An overaged baseball player comes out of nowhere to save his team.
57.
Something About Amelia (1984) as Gail Bennett
Controversial, highly publicized drama about incest, spotlighted at the time as TV's "last taboo," with Ted Danson -- as far from his "Cheers" character of Sam Malone as imaginable -- playing the father accused by his teenage daughter of having sex with her. Original, more exploitive title was "Daddy's Little Girl." Emmy Award nominations included Outstanding Drama Special, actor, actress, supporting actress (Zal), director, writer, composer and film editor.
58.
Stone Boy, The (1984) as Ruth Hillerman
59.
The Big Chill (1983) as Sarah
A friend's death brings together a group of former college activists.
60.
World According to Garp, The (1982) as Jenny Fields
Chronicles the life of a writer, Garp, and his mother.
61.
Orphan Train (1979) as Jessica
In this dramatization of a little publicized episode in American history, dedicated social worker Eichhorn organizes a train trip for a group of slum orphans in 1894, taking them from New York City to the Midwest in search of new families and new lives. This fictionalized account covers the first of
62.
Too Far to Go (1979) as Rebecca Kuehn
An incisive study of the dissolution of a twenty-year marriage, from seventeen John Updike stories that were published in "The New Yorker" beginning in 1956 and later in "Harper's," "The Atlantic Monthly," "Playboy" and others.

Producer (feature film)

63.
Ballad of Lucy Whipple, The (2001) as Executive Producer
Arvella Whipple, a recently widowed mother of three, travels with her three children from New England to California during the Gold Rush of 1850 to start a new life in the burgeoning frontier town of Lucky Diggins. Arvella's spirited 13-year-old daughter, California, does not share her mother's drea
64.
Rodgers & Hammerstein's "South Pacific" (2001) as Executive Producer
Adaptation of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, based on the novel "Tales of the South Pacific," by James A. Michener, about love and loss on a remote Pacific island during World War II. The story tracks two parallel romances: one between Nellie Forbush, a Navy nurse, and Emile DeBecque, a wealth
65.
Baby (2000) as Executive Producer
Television movie based on the book by Patricia MacLachlan about a family whose life is dramatically changed when a baby girl is mysteriously delivered on their doorstep with a cryptic note promising that one day the baby's mother will return. Lily, is a mother who is grappling with depression and gu
66.
Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End (1999) as Executive Producer
Continues the saga of Sarah, a New England woman who moved to the Midwest after answering an advertisment for a wife placed by a widowed father at the turn-of-the-century. It is now 1918 and Jacob's father, John, a man who abandoned his family years ago, wants to come home at the end of his life. Me
67.
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (1995) as Executive Producer
Based on the story of Colonel Margarethe Cammermeyer, a 26-year veteran and nationally honored Army nurse who received the Bronze Star for her 14 months in Vietnam, and was involuntarily discharged from the Washington National Guard in 1992 after disclosing in a 1989 security-clearance interview tha
68.
Journey (1995) as Executive Producer
While attempting to deal with the departure of his mother, a young boy named Journey learns to appreciate and understand his grandparents.
69.
Skylark (1993) as Executive Producer
A television movie sequel of "Sarah, Plain and Tall." Continues the story of Sarah, a New England woman who moved to the Midwest after she answered an ad for a wife placed by a widowed farmer during the turn-of-the-century. Two years later, when a disastrous drought strikes Kansas, Sarah is forced t
70.
Sarah, Plain and Tall (1991) as Executive Producer
A woman answers a widowed farmer's ad for a new wife and mother to his two children.

Music (feature film)

71.
Tarzan (1999) as Song Perfomer ("You'Ll Be In My Heart")
A man raised by gorillas encounters humans and is forced to decide where to live his life.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

72.
Anne Frank Remembered (1995)
Documentary reconstructing the life of Anne Frank from her early childhood to her death in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp just weeks before the Third Reich fell.
73.
Anne Frank Remembered (1995)
Documentary reconstructing the life of Anne Frank from her early childhood to her death in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp just weeks before the Third Reich fell.

Special Thanks (feature film)

74.
In & Out (1997) as Special Thanks
Howard Brackett's high school English students are astonished. Is it really true that their favorite high school teacher may be gay? But hey, he can't be gay; he's about to get married! Then again, he also teaches the drama class and boy, does he love those Barbra Streisand records... It all happene

Cast (special)

75.
Way Home: Stories of Forgiveness, The (2004) as Narrator
A trio of stories about Americans who must overcome obstacles that threaten to tear their lives apart. In one story, a family must try and offer forgiveness to the killer of the family's father and son, while in another, the town of Postville, Iowa finds itself forced into a tense situation when it
77.
Intimate Portrait: Eve Ensler (2003) as Interviewee
A look at Eve Ensler, writer/creator of The Vagina Monologues.
78.
74th Annual Academy Awards, The (2002) as Voice Of Oscar
Seventh-fourth annual presentation of the Academy Awards by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences from the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland.
79.
Jeff Bridges: Building Bridges (2002) as Interviewee
Profile of actor Jeff Bridges.
80.
Healthy Start: Begin Before Baby's Born, A (2001) as Narration
Documentary illustrating the importance of early and continuous prenatal care to the health of the expectant mother and her baby. Features portraits of three very different pregnancies.
81.
55th Annual Tony Awards, The (2001) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 55th annual Tony Awards presentation from Radio City Music Hall in New York City, honoring the shows and stars of the 2000-2001 Broadway season.
82.
Christmas in Rockefeller Center (2001)
Annual holiday special to celebrate the lighting of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. The program features musical artists, celebrity guests, figure skaters and the Radio City Rockettes. First Lady Laura Bush and New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani flip the switch that lights the Christmas tree.
83.
7th Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, The (2001)
Coverage of the 7th annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards presentation, honoring leading men and women in film, music and video games, as voted by fans.
84.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (2000)
At the 23rd annual Kennedy Center Honors Gala, a tribute to distinguished artists, taped at the Kennedy Center Opera House in Washington, D.C., dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, musician Chuck Berry, singer and conductor Placido Domingo, actor/director Clint Eastwood and actress Angela Lansbury are salute
85.
Tarzan in Concert With Phil Collins (1999)
A preview of Disney's animated film "Tarzan," featuring the voices of Tony Goldwyn, Glenn Close and Minnie Driver and the music of Phil Collins.
86.
Andrew Lloyd Webber 50th Birthday Celebration (1999)
Concert performance celebrating the 50th birthday of composer/producer Andrew Lloyd Webber at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
87.
American Presidency: Real to Reel, The (1999) as Interviewee
Documentary that explores the evolution of the characterization of the president in Hollywood films.
88.
Lady With the Torch, The (1999) as Host
Documentary celebrating the 75th anniversary of Columbia Pictures. Features clips of films distributed by Columbia over the years.
89.
Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary Primetime Special (1999)
A live broadcast of the 25th anniversary of "Saturday Night Live," featuring clips and highlights from previous seasons as well as appearances by former regulars and former guest hosts.
90.
Century of Women, A (1998) as Voice
Four-part documentary looks at how women have changed the course of the 20th century. Examines contributions of American women to all aspects of life, from the personal to political.
91.
Robert F Kennedy: A Memoir (1998) as Narration (Episode 1)
Three-part, three-hour documentary about Robert F Kennedy, from 1952, when he ran his brother Jack's first senate campaign, to his own race for the presidency in 1968, which ended in his assassination on June 6, 1968. Includes family photos, archival footage and interviews with family and friends.
92.
Baboon Tales (1998) as Narration
Follows a year in the life of a troop of olive baboons in central Kenya. Based on 25 years of fieldwork by anthropologist/primatologist Dr. Shirley Strum. While still living completely wild, the animals featured are habituated to researchers in the Uaso Ngiro Baboon Project, allowing the camera to c
93.
Christopher Reeve: A Celebration of Hope (1998)
Variety special to benefit the Christopher Reeve Foundation.
94.
Hollywood & Vinyl: Disney's 101 Greatest Musical Moments (1998)
A look at musical moments in the history of Disney animated feature films over the last 75 years. Includes the songs "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf," "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," "Heigh-Ho," "A Spoonful of Sugar," "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," and "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah." Features reflect
95.
Hometown Heroes (1998) as Interviewee
An annual one-hour television special recognizing individuals doing heroic things for kids in our hometowns.
96.
Screen Actors Guild Awards, The (1997) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 33rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, presented to actors by their peers for outstanding performances in motion pictures and television.
97.
Broadway '97: Launching the Tonys (1997) as Interviewee
Special complementing CBS's presentation of the 51st Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. The special features highlights of the 1996-97 Broadway season, including scenes from productions and interviews with actors and artists. Also included is the live presentation of te
98.
Christmas in Washington 1997 (1997) as Host
Holiday special in which celebrities, dignitaries and national leaders, including President Clinton and the First Lady, gather to celebrate the holiday season. Benefits the Children's National Medical Center in Washington DC.
99.
1997 Emmy Awards (1997) as Presenter
Live telecast of the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
100.
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (1997)
Live presentation of the third annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, honoring the American public's favorite stars of motion pictures, home videos and music.
101.
69th Annual Academy Awards, The (1997) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 69th annual Academy Awards.
102.
49th Annual Tony Awards, The (1995) as Host
Live presentation of the 49th Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater.
103.
Century of Women, A (1994) as Voice Of Georgia O'Keeffe
A six-hour, three-part documentary on the changing role and image of women in U.S. history in the 20th Century. Makes use of voiceover narrative, archival footage, historic photographs, and on-camera interviews with women who have played important roles in the 20th Century. Also includes a fictional
104.
48th Annual Tony Awards, The (1994) as Presenter
A live presentation of the annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the theater.
105.
66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1994) as Presenter
Broadcast of the 66th annual Academy Awards presentation.
106.
Keepers of the Wild (1993) as Narration
Profiles eight animal caretakers and their charges.
107.
Best of Disney Music II: A Legend in Song, The (1993) as Host
A special featuring well-known songs from Disney animated feature films.
108.
What Is This Thing Called Love? (1993)
Compilation of excerpts from interviews conducted in the past 17 years by Barbara Walters in which well-known personalities discuss their experiences with love, romance relationships and marriage.
109.
Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall (1993)
A tribute from Carnegie Hall to composer Stephen Sondheim by Hollywood and Broadway performers.
110.
65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1993) as Presenter
Broadcast of the 65th annual Academy Awards presentation.
111.
Lincoln (1992) as Voice Of Mary Todd Lincoln
A two-part, four-hour documentary special about Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War as told in the words of people who figured importantly in his life. Uses the voices of an all-star cast.
112.
Carnival of the Animals (1992) as Narration
Jeremy Irons and Glenn Close narrate "Carnival of the Animals," with descriptive verses by Ogden Nash, set to music by Saint-Saens.
113.
Broken Hearts, Broken Homes (1992) as Host
A documentary that follows several actual cases of children moving through the foster care system.
114.
Diamonds on the Silver Screen (1992)
A documentary tracing how the sport of baseball has been depicted in Hollywood films.
115.
46th Annual Tony Awards, The (1992) as Host
A live presentation of the 1992 Antoinette Perry (Tony) Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
116.
Urban Gorilla, The (1991) as Narration
A "National Geographic Explorer" special examining the plight of gorillas who are "poached" out of Africa and are being raised under human care.
117.
Classic Mel: The Making of Mel Gibson's Hamlet (1991)
A special that includes a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Franco Zeffirelli's production of "Hamlet," starring Mel Gibson. Includes interviews with the film's stars.
118.
Big Bird's Birthday or Let Me Eat Cake (1991)
A special featuring a Sesame Street birthday celebration for Big Bird.
119.
63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1991) as Presenter
Live coverage of the sixty-third annual Academy Awards ceremony.
120.
Siskel & Ebert Special, The (1990)
A special hosted by film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, who examine the film industry through interviews with directors, actors, and other Hollywood personalities.
121.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1990)
A broadcast of the thirteenth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1990 Kennedy Center Honors. This year's recipients are jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie, actress Katharine Hepburn, opera singer Rise Stevens, composer Jule Styne and film director Billy Wilder.
122.
62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1990) as Presenter (London)
Live coverage of the sixty-second annual Academy Awards ceremony from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. Portions of the ceremony were beamed via satellite to Moscow, London, Tokyo, Sydney, and Buenos Aires.
123.
Hunger in America (1989) as Narration
A documentary investigating the causes behind hunger, and the effects of malnutrition in children in America. Focusing upon several families around the united States -- California, Washington State, Minnesota, Alabama, and Connecticut -- the common bond is poverty, a lack of food, and concern for th
124.
3rd Annual Hollywood Insider Academy Awards Special, The (1989)
A special edition of "Hollywood Insider," the weekly half-hour entertainment news series airing on the USA Network, in which host Sandie Newton interviews contenders for the Academy Award in the best actor and actress categories.
125.
Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The (1988) as Narration
A "Children's Storybook Classics" animated adaptation of the classic story by Washington Irving which recounts the story of timid schoolmaster Ichabod Crane who is scared off from Sleepy Hollow by the Headless Horseman.
126.
60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1988)
Live coverage of the sixtieth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
127.
Emperor's Nightingale, The (1987) as Narration
An animated adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's story about an ancient Chinese Emperor, who is given a gift of a mechanical singing bird, but later learns that the genuine song of the real nightingale is truly the best of all.
128.
Emperor's Nightingale, The (1987) as Host
An animated adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's story about an ancient Chinese Emperor, who is given a gift of a mechanical singing bird, but later learns that the genuine song of the real nightingale is truly the best of all.
129.
Music Makers: An ASCAP Celebration of American Music at Wolf Trap, The (1987) as Host
A "Great Performances" presentation saluting the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), founded in 1914 and with a membership today of nearly 40,000 writers and publishers. The program was taped at Wolf Trap Farm Park in June 1987, and features performers from every aspect of
130.
41st Annual Tony Awards, The (1987)
The forty-first annual presentation of the American Theatre Wing's Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Broadcast live from the Mark Hellinger Theatre In New York City, the program is the first presentation of the Tonys under the aegis of the Tony Awards P
131.
Elephant's Child, The (1987) as Host
An animated adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's 1902 story of how the elephant got its trunk. A "Children's Storybook Classics" presentation.
132.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1986)
The ninth annual awards/entertainment special honoring six distinguished artists for lifetime achievement in their area of endeavor. The event, taped at the Opera House of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., honors actress and comedienne Lucille Ball, singer and c
133.
Elephant Man, The (1982) as Princess Alexander
A television adaptation of Bernard Pomerance's play about John Merrick, a hideously deformed man saved from a circus freak show by a kindly physician, who selflessly cares for him but nonetheless finds limits to his own compassion and understanding.

Producer (special)

134.
Broken Hearts, Broken Homes (1992) as Executive Producer
A documentary that follows several actual cases of children moving through the foster care system.

Music (special)

135.
Andrew Lloyd Webber 50th Birthday Celebration (1999) as Song Performer ("As If We Never Said Goodbye")
Concert performance celebrating the 50th birthday of composer/producer Andrew Lloyd Webber at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
136.
49th Annual Tony Awards, The (1995) as Song Performer ("As If I Never Said Goodbye")
Live presentation of the 49th Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater.
137.
Best of Disney Music II: A Legend in Song, The (1993) as Song Performer ("A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes")
A special featuring well-known songs from Disney animated feature films.
138.
Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall (1993) as Song Performer ("Send In The Clowns")
A tribute from Carnegie Hall to composer Stephen Sondheim by Hollywood and Broadway performers.
139.
Music Makers: An ASCAP Celebration of American Music at Wolf Trap, The (1987) as Song Performer ("They Didn'T Believe Me")
A "Great Performances" presentation saluting the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), founded in 1914 and with a membership today of nearly 40,000 writers and publishers. The program was taped at Wolf Trap Farm Park in June 1987, and features performers from every aspect of

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