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Born: October 1, 1935 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Surrey, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Shrek Forever After (2010)
Shrek signs a deal with Rumpelstiltskin to get his roar back, but turns his world upside down in the process. Donkey can't remember his best friend and Fiona is now a warrior princess. Together, they have just 24 hours to reverse the contract.
2.
Despicable Me (2010)
Gru - along with his crew of minions - plots to pull off the craziest crime of the century: steal the moon! But when Gru enlists the help of three little girls, they see something in him nobody else has ever seen: the perfect dad.
3.
Tooth Fairy (2010)
A tough hockey player is sentenced to one week's hard labor as the world's most unlikely tooth fairy! Even though he must sport frilly wings and learn the magical tricks of the trade, he's determined to prove his worth.
4.
Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story, The (2009)
Explores Robert B. Sherman & Richard M. Sherman, the Academy Award and Grammy-winning songwriters.
5.
Enchanted (2007)
A live-action story about a fairytale princess from the past who is thrust into present-day Manhattan by an evil queen. Soon after her arrival, Princess Giselle begins to change her views on life and love after meeting a handsome lawyer.
6.
Shrek the Third (2007)
Being king isn't for everyone--especially if you're a prickly ogre who smells like the shallow end of a swamp. When Shrek married Fiona, the last thing he wanted was to rule Far Far Away, but when his frogger-in-law, King Harold, suddenly croaks, Shrek is quickly fitted for the crown. Now, unless the reluctant would-be king can find a suitable replacement, he'll be royally screwed for the rest of his days. As if Shrek didn't have enough on his plate, Princess Fiona has another little surprise on the way. With his head spinning and his belly in knots, Shrek sets off on a quest to find the only other possible heir to the throne, Fiona's long-lost cousin Artie, an underachieving medieval high schooler. While the ogre is away, his old nemesis Prince Charming rears his handsome head and returns to the kingdom of Far Far Away with redemption on his shallow little mind. Even with Donkey and the ever-so-suave Puss-in-Boots by their side, it's going to take an ogre-sized effort--and a whole lot of help from Fiona and her band of princesses--for Shrek and Artie to save the day and find their own "Happily Ever After."
7.
Shrek 2 (2004)
After battling a fire-breathing dragon and the evil Lord Farquaad to win the hand of Princess Fiona, Shrek now faces his greatest challenge: the in-laws. Shrek and Princess Fiona return from their honeymoon to find an invitation to visit Fiona's parents, the King and Queen of the Kingdom of Far, Far Away. With Donkey along for the ride, the newlyweds set off. All of the citizens of Far, Far Away turn out to greet their returning Princess, and her parents happily anticipate the homecoming of their daughter and her new Prince. But no one could have prepared them for the sight of their new son-in-law, not to mention how much their little girl had changed. Little did Shrek and Fiona know that their marriage had foiled all of her father's plans for her future--and his own. Now the King must enlist the help of a powerful Fairy Godmother, the handsome Prince Charming and that famed ogre killer 'Puss In Boots' to put right his version of "happily ever after."
8.
Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, The (2004) as Queen Clarisse Renaldi
Mia has matured into a stunning, young woman and is ready to assume her role as princess of Genovia. But no sooner has she moved into the Royal Palace with her beautiful, wise grandmother Queen Clarisse, than she soon learns her days as a princess are numbered--Mia's got to lose the tiara and immediately take the crown herself. As if getting ready to rule wasn't enough, the stakes for Mia have never been higher--with Genovian law stating that princesses must be married before being crowned, Mia's in for a parade of suitors who'd all like to be her king.
9.
Eloise at the Plaza (2003) as Nanny
Based on Kay Thompson's classic character, this is the story of Eloise, a mischievous six-year-old who lives in New York City's Plaza Hotel with her nanny and various pets.
10.
Eloise at Christmastime (2003) as Nanny
Holiday tale based on Kay Thompson's classic character six year old mischievous Eloise who lives in the Plaza Hotel in New York City with her nanny and various pets.
11.
ON GOLDEN POND (2001) as Ethel Thayer
A live adaptation of Ernest Thompson's play "On Golden Pond," a love story about a married couple who return to their summer home for the 44th year -- and reevaluate their dreams, relationships and mortality throughout their stay. Ethel and Norman Thayer return to their Maine summer home on Golden
12.
Princess Diaries, The (2001) as Queen Clarisse Renaldi
A 15 year old New Yorker discovers she is the princess of a small European country.
13.
Relative Values (2000) as Felicity--Countess Of Marshwood
A man returns home with his actress bride-to-be, who happens to be the sister of the family maid.
14.
One Special Night (1999) as Dr Catherine Howard
Two strangers take refuge in a small cabin during a blizzard and, despite their many differences, discover that fate has brought them together. It's Thanksgiving Day and both Dr. Catherine Howard and Robert Woodward wind up at the same medical facility -- one still missing a loved one, the other vis
15.
More Loverly Than Ever: The Making of My Fair Lady Then & Now (1994)
Documentary on the making of the 1964 theatrical film, "My Fair Lady," and its 30th anniversary restoration. Includes interviews with those associated with the musical, originally and during the restoration process.
16.
Our Sons (1991) as Audrey Grant
Two women from different social circles come together when the son of one of them is near death as a result of complications from AIDS.
17.
Fine Romance, A (1991) as Pamela Picquet
Story about two people who tempt romance after finding out that their spouses are romantically involved.
18.
Duet For One (1986) as Stephanie Anderson
When Stephanie, a famous violinist, contracts multiple sclerosis her life begins to fall apart. Her career ends, her husband leaves her for another woman and her favorite pupil leave the country. Unable to bear all this loss, Stephanie attempts suicide.
19.
That's Life! (1986) as Gillian Fairchild
A wealthy architect struggles with a severe case of male menopause at the approach of his 60th birthday.
20.
Man Who Loved Women, The (1983) as Marianna
David Fowler has two passions, sculpting and women, and he is quite successful in both departments until now. David finds that his insatiable hunger for women begins to render him socially, artistically and finally, sexually impotent. His desperate inner struggle drives him to the couch of an attra
21.
Victor/Victoria (1982) as Victoria Grant/Count Victor Grazinski
An unemployed female singer poses as a female impersonator and becomes a star.
22.
S.O.B. (1981) as Sally Miles
A struggling director decides to reshoot a family movie with his wholesome leading lady, and include R-rated scenes.
23.
Little Miss Marker (1980) as Amanda
Set during the Great Depression, a precocious little girl is left as an I.O.U. with an irascible bookie.
24.
10 (1979) as Samantha Taylor--
George is a middle-aged songwriter who feels that his life has become boring. He becomes obsessed with a girl called Jenny, and follows her to Mexico without her knowledge. In Mexico, George saves the life of Jenny's fiancee and is able to finally meet her. However, he realises that he is too shy and set in his ways to have an affair with her, and that Jenny is not exactly who he thought she was.
25.
Tamarind Seed, The (1974) as Judith Farrow
Rival Cold War diplomats fall in love in the Caribbean.
26.
Darling Lili (1970) as Lili Smith
A World War I flyer falls for a beautiful enemy spy.
27.
Star! (1968) as Gertrude Lawrence
Gertrude Lawrence rises to stage stardom at the cost of happiness.
28.
The Singing Princess (1967) as Princess Zeila
29.
Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967) as Millie Dillmount
A small-town girl hits the big city in search of romance Roaring Twenties style.
30.
Hawaii (1966) as Jerusha Bromley
Missionaries to the Hawaiian Islands fight nature, disease and their own passions.
31.
Torn Curtain (1966) as Sarah Sherman
A U.S. scientist pretends to defect to follow his mentor behind the Iron Curtain.
32.
The Sound of Music (1965) as Maria
Maria had longed to be a nun since she was a young girl, yet when she became old enough discovered that it wasn't at all what she thought. Often in trouble and doing the wrong things, Maria is sent to the house of a retired naval captain, named Captain Von Trapp, to care for his children. Von Trapp was widowed several years before and was left to care for seven 'rowdy' children. The children have run off countless governesses. Maria soon learns that all these children need is a little love to change their attitudes. Maria teaches the children to sing, and through her, music is brought back into the hearts and home of the Von Trapp family. Unknowingly, Maria and Captain Von Trapp are falling helplessly in love, except there are two problems, the Captain is engaged, and Maria is a postulant!
33.
The Americanization of Emily (1964) as Emily Barham
A British war widow falls for an opportunistic American sailor during World War II.
34.
Mary Poppins (1964) as Mary Poppins
Two banker's children lose their nanny due to her frustration with them. A change in the wind blows in an assertive nanny who matches the qualifications of the children and not the father. As she helps them magically explore the world around them the father grows increasingly disapproving of her methods, and must eventually deal with his own distance from his children.

Music (feature film)

35.
Saving Mr. Banks (2013)
Walt Disney's long journey in the acquisition of the rights to "Mary Poppins."
36.
Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, The (2004) as Song Performer ("Your Crowning Glory")
Mia has matured into a stunning, young woman and is ready to assume her role as princess of Genovia. But no sooner has she moved into the Royal Palace with her beautiful, wise grandmother Queen Clarisse, than she soon learns her days as a princess are numbered--Mia's got to lose the tiara and immediately take the crown herself. As if getting ready to rule wasn't enough, the stakes for Mia have never been higher--with Genovian law stating that princesses must be married before being crowned, Mia's in for a parade of suitors who'd all like to be her king.
37.
Welcome to Woop Woop (1997) as Song Performer ("The Sound Of Music (From 'The Sound Of Music')" "The Lonely Goatherd (From 'The Sound Of Music')")
While driving through the Australian outback, Teddy, a New York conman, is kidnapped by Angie, a sex-crazed tomboy to whom he has just offered a ride. Teddy is in heaven until wham... he's knocked unconscious and wakes up to find himself "happily married" in her native, remote town of Woop Woop, an

Cast (special)

38.
26th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (2003) as Special Appearance
Coverage of the Kennedy Center Honors presentation, which pays tribute to outstanding Americans who have distinguished themselves in the performing arts.
39.
75th Annual Academy Awards, The (2003) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 75th annual Academy Awards presentation for excellence in film from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California.
40.
Richard Rodgers: The Sweetest Sounds (2001) as Interviewee
The program celebrates the master of the 20th century musical -- Richard Rodgers -- the magic behind "Oklahoma," "Carousel," "The King and I," "Pal Joey" and "The Sound of Music." Rodgers composed over 800 songs and wrote more than 40 musicals, yet his name is inseparable from his two famous collabo
41.
Garry Marshall (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of writer/director Garry Marshall.
42.
My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs (2001) as Host
Concert performance of Broadway love songs from City Center, New York City, to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
43.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (2001) as Honoree
Coverage of the Kennedy Center Honors presentation, which pays tribute to outstanding Americans who have distinguished themselves in the performing arts. Honorees are: actors Jack Nicholson and Julie Andrews, opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, composer Quincy Jones and pianist Van Cliburn.
44.
Lifetime Presents: Disney's American Teacher Awards (2001)
Twelfth annual Disney's American Teacher Awards, honoring members of the teaching profession in the United States.
45.
73rd Annual Academy Awards, The (2001) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 73rd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
46.
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take Two (2001) as Interviewee
A compilation of screen tests found in the unmarked vaults of 20th Century Fox. Features screen tests of Martin Landau, Fabian, and Rita Moreno, among others.
47.
Nutcracker From the Royal Ballet, The (2001) as Introduction
Sir Peter Wright's version of "The Nutcracker," after the original book by Lev Ivanov, performed by the Royal Ballet from the restored Covent Garden Opera. Herr Drosselmeyer, a mysterious magician and creator of mechanical toys and clocks, was once employed at the royal palace, where he invented a
48.
Victor/Victoria (2000) as Victor/Victoria Grant
A stage adaptation of Blake Edward's 1982 theatrical film "Victor/Victoria," itself an adaptation of a 1933 German film, Rheinhold Schunzel's "Viktor/Viktoria." Victoria, a down-on-her-luck singer in 1920's Paris, is forced to play a man impersonating a woman in order to survive. She and her mentor
49.
53rd Annual Tony Awards, The (1999) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 53rd annual Tony Awards presentation from the Gershwin Theater in New York City.
50.
My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies (1999) as Host
Special concert performance saluting the women of the Great White Way.
51.
Hey, Mr. Producer! The Musical World of Cameron Mackintosh (1998)
Special saluting producer Cameron Mackintosh. Includes excerpts from many Mackintosh productions, including "Cats," "The Phantom of the Opera," "Song and Dance," "Les Miserables," "Miss Saigon," "Martin Guerre," "Side by Side by Sondheim," "Putting It Together," "Follies" and "Five Guys Named Moe."
52.
American Film Institute Salute to Robert Wise, The (1998) as Host
A tribute to director Robert Wise, the 26th recipient of the American Film Institute (AFI) Life Achievement Award.
53.
Monica Mancini... On Record (1998) as Interviewee
Monica Mancini performs in concert at UCLA's Royce Hall. Includes interviews with celebrities close to the Mancini family.
54.
51st Annual Tony Awards, The (1997) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 51st Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Also included are celebrity arrivals at Radio City Music Hall.
55.
69th Annual Academy Awards, The (1997) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 69th annual Academy Awards.
56.
Carol Burnett: Just to Have a Laugh (1996) as Interviewee
Biographical documentary of comedienne and actress Carol Burnett.
57.
Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies (1996)
Retrospective celebrating the music of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II which was featured in seven films: "State Fair," "Oklahoma," "Carousel," "The King and I," "South Pacific," "Flower Drum Song" and "The Sound of Music." The special includes conversations with stars of the films, rare ou
58.
Sound of Julie Andrews, The (1995)
Julie Andrews performs a musical salute to Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, a medley of songs by George and Ira Gershwin, Kurt Weill show tunes and selections from her films "The Sound of Music" and "Mary Poppins."
59.
Some Enchanted Evening: Celebrating Oscar Hammerstein II (1995)
Musical tribute to lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his birth, through performances of songs he wrote with composers Jerome Kern and Richard Rodgers. Includes archival footage.
60.
Julie Andrews: Back on Broadway (1995)
Retrospective profile of the actress/singer Julie Andrews. Includes behind-the-scenes look at album recording sessions and rehearsals for the Broadway musical "Victor/Victoria," adapted from her hit movie, as well as clips from her varied film and television musical career.
61.
King and I: Recording a Hollywood Dream, The (1993) as Anne Leonowers
Telecast of the making of a 1992 Philips recording of the Rogers and Hammerstein musical, "The King and I."
62.
Christmas in Washington 1992 (1992) as Host
This Christmas music special from Washington, D.C., is a benefit for the Children's Hospital.
63.
Carnegie Hall at 100: A Place of Dreams (1991)
A special commemorating Carnegie Hall's 100th year. Includes archival footage of legendary performances and interviews with many of the artists who have played there.
64.
45th Annual Tony Awards, The (1991) as Host
A live presentation of the 1991 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
65.
17th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1991)
A live presentation of the seventeenth annual "People's Choice Awards" honoring America's favorite entertainers. The Gallup organization determines the winners by way of a special poll.
66.
Julie Andrews in Concert (1990)
A broadcast of Julie Andrews' one-woman show, "An Evening With Julie Andrews," recorded live on stage at the Wiltern Theatre. In the show, Andrews reviews her life in song, concluding with a tribute to Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, composers of two of her most popular shows, "My Fair Lady" an
67.
Evening With Alan Jay Lerner, An (1989)
Broadcast of a fund-raising gala honoring lyricist Alan Jay Lerner, taped from Lincoln Center in New York. Broadcast as a presentation of "Great Performances."
68.
Julie and Carol: Together Again (1989)
A music and comedy special teaming Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett. Taped during a live performance on stage at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood. The focus of the special is on the relationship between the two friends and the changes that time has brought since they first starred together in "Julie
69.
Lerner & Loewe: Broadway's Last Romantics (1988)
A documentary examining the work and relationship of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Lowe, the lyricist and composer of such enduring musicals as "Brigadoon," "Paint Your Wagon," "My Fair Lady," "Camelot," "Gigi" and "The Little Prince." Included are film clips from all the Lerner and Lowe theatrical
70.
2nd Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1988)
A live broadcast of the American Comedy Awards from the Hollywood Palladium. The ceremony, conducted without a host, honors the top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment. Included is a special tribute to Blake Edwards, who receives the Lifetime Creative Achievement Award in recog
71.
American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon, The (1988) as Host
An entertainment special honoring Jack Lemmon as the 16th recipient of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award. The program was taped March 10, 1988 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
72.
Mancini and Friends (1987)
A salute to composer Henry Mancini featuring performances of music from all facets of his career, including records, television and movies, from his early days at Universal Studios to the present. In addition to performances, the special also features film clips and photo montages.
73.
Julie Andrews: The Sound of Christmas (1987) as Host
Julie Andrews, in her first special in nearly a decade, and her guests Placido Domingo and John Denver, visit the fabled Austrian city of Salzburg for an hour of traditional and contemporary music in the holiday spirit.
74.
Disneyland's 30th Anniversary Celebration (1985)
A star-studded celebration of Disneyland on the occasion of its thirtieth anniversary. The fast-paced special incorporates clips from the "Wonderful World of Disney" series and "The Mickey Mouse Club."
75.
38th Annual Tony Awards, The (1984) as Host
A live presentation of the 1984 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
76.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's Pink Panther Thanksgiving Gala (1982)
An all-star spectacular celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the Pink Panther films with comedy skits and film clips.
77.
Walt Disney... One Man's Dream (1981)
A musical variety special that focuses on the life and accomplishments of Walt Disney, a creative giant of American cinema and pop culture.
78.
Merry Christmas... With Love, Julie (1979) as Host
A holiday program of music and songs with singer Julie Andrews.
79.
Julie Andrews: One Step Into Spring (1978) as Host
A musical salute to Spring with singer/actress Julie Andrews.
80.
Julie -- My Favorite Things (1975)
An hour of music and song with singer Julie Andrews.
81.
Julie and Dick in Covent Garden (1974) as Host
An hour of music and comedy with Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke at the opera house at Covent Garden in London.
82.
Julie on Sesame Street (1973) as Host
A musical tour of the children's series "Sesame Street."
83.
Julie! (1972) as Host
A documentary portrait of actress and singer Julie Andrews.
84.
Julie and Carol at Lincoln Center (1971) as Host
An hour of music, song, and light comedy, taped at Lincoln Center in New York City.
85.
Disney World: a Gala Opening (1971)
Ceremonies marking the grand opening of Walt Disney World in Florida.
86.
Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall (1962)
An hour of music and comedy with top Broadway performers Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett.
87.
Cinderella (1957) as Cinderella
Rodgers and Hammerstein musical written expressly for television. A poor girl who is victimized by her cruel stepsisters lives happily ever after with her Prince Charming, aided along the way by her Fairy Godmother.
88.
High Tor (1956) as Lise
A musical adaptation of Maxwell Anderson's 1937 Broadway play about a ghost of a sixteenth-century Dutch girl, Lise, who comes to the aid of a man (Van Dorn) who is struggling to keep his mountain, High Tor, from a group of people seeking to buy it.

Music (special)

89.
Sound of Julie Andrews, The (1995) as Song Performer ("The Sound Of Music" "I Have Dreamed" "Swanee" "'S Wonderful" "Somebody Loves Me" "I'Ve Got A Crush On You" "They Can'T Take That Away From Me" "Embraceable You" "How Long Has This Been Goin' On" "Our Love Is Here To Stay" "Someone To Watch Over Me" "The Man I Love" "I'Ve Got Plenty Of Nuthin'" "It Ain'T Necessarily So" "Summertime" "I Love You, Porgy" "Porgy, I'M Your Woman Now" "My Favorite Things" "Do-Re-Mi" "Super Califragilistic Expialidocious" "Jolly Holiday" "A Spoonful Of Sugar" "Chim Chim Cher-Ee" "Do I Hear A Waltz?" "It'S A Grand Night For Singing" "A Wonderful Guy" "Out Of My Dreams" "Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin'" "This Nearly Was Mine" "Edelweiss")
Julie Andrews performs a musical salute to Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, a medley of songs by George and Ira Gershwin, Kurt Weill show tunes and selections from her films "The Sound of Music" and "Mary Poppins."
90.
Some Enchanted Evening: Celebrating Oscar Hammerstein II (1995) as Song Performer ("A Cockeyed Optimist" "Some Enchanted Evening")
Musical tribute to lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his birth, through performances of songs he wrote with composers Jerome Kern and Richard Rodgers. Includes archival footage.
91.
45th Annual Tony Awards, The (1991) as Song Performer
A live presentation of the 1991 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
92.
Julie Andrews in Concert (1990) as Song Performer ("The Sound Of Music" "This Is My Lucky Day" "Wouldn'T It Be Loverly?" "Come Rain Or Come Shine" "Le Jazz Hot" "Don'T Put Your Daughter On The Stage, Mrs Worthington")
A broadcast of Julie Andrews' one-woman show, "An Evening With Julie Andrews," recorded live on stage at the Wiltern Theatre. In the show, Andrews reviews her life in song, concluding with a tribute to Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, composers of two of her most popular shows, "My Fair Lady" an
93.
Julie and Carol: Together Again (1989) as Song Performer ("Mama'S All Right" "Old Friends" "I Am Woman" "Memories" "You'Ve Got A Friend" "That'S What Friends Are For")
A music and comedy special teaming Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett. Taped during a live performance on stage at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood. The focus of the special is on the relationship between the two friends and the changes that time has brought since they first starred together in "Julie
94.
Mancini and Friends (1987) as Song Performer ("Whistling In The Dark" "Crazy World")
A salute to composer Henry Mancini featuring performances of music from all facets of his career, including records, television and movies, from his early days at Universal Studios to the present. In addition to performances, the special also features film clips and photo montages.
95.
Julie Andrews: The Sound of Christmas (1987) as Song Performer ("Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" "In The Bleak Midwinter" "Silent Night" "O Come All Ye Faithful" "Edelweiss" "The Twelve Days Of Christmas")
Julie Andrews, in her first special in nearly a decade, and her guests Placido Domingo and John Denver, visit the fabled Austrian city of Salzburg for an hour of traditional and contemporary music in the holiday spirit.
96.
Peter Pan (1976) as Theme Song Performer
A musical adaptation of the James M. Barrie play about Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, and his adventures with the Darling children in Never Never Land.

Misc. Crew (special)

97.
69th Annual Academy Awards, The (1997) as Film Footage
Live presentation of the 69th annual Academy Awards.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

98.
Unconditional Love (2002) as Herself

Music (TV Mini-Series)

99.
Unconditional Love (2002) as Song Performer ("Getting To Know You")

Cast (short)

100.
The Moviemakers (1971)
This promotional short film provides a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the "Wild Rovers" (1971).

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