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Cast (feature film)
A private investigator is hired to follow a beautiful woman who is suspected of cheating on her husband, and falls in love with her before the husband is killed.
A young woman with a disfiguring facial scar gets a second chance at life when she undergoes plastic surgery.
After the police and a private detective prove ineffective, a successful career woman makes a stand against her obsessive ex-boyfriend.
Told from the point of view of the class valedictorian, Mary Beth, the story follows a group of high school seniors during the 1965 Watts riots.
A television movie in which a female police officer from Philadelphia, bound for a vacation in Rome, decides to hide her true identity for fear she will never find true love. When she meets a man on the plane, it never occurs to her that he too has something to hide, and their new romance becomes a
Saxophone great Charlie Parker builds a career in jazz while fighting drug addiction.
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.
A comedy about Satan's bumbling disciple who, after 1,400 years of failure to secure a single soul for his boss, gets one last chance when he sets his sights on a gambler, a disgruntled accountant.
An aerospace engineer is laid off and faces the economic realities of middle-class living, going through the agony of fruitless job interviews and mounting debts while seeing his wife go back to work and his marriage dissolve. Initially the film was called "A New American Tragedy."
A suave professional burglar wants to break with his criminal past but is forced to pull one last job to make good on a gambling debt. Winner of the 1971 Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America as the Best TV Suspense Film, and nominated for an Emmy as Best Written Original Drama of 1971.
The story is set at Beacon House, a small honeymoon hotel hexed by a haunt, which is located along a scenic but desolate stretch of the North Carolina coast. People whose pasts are tainted with evil will not find Beacon House a peaceful shelter; only the innocent and pure of heart will find safety.
Cast (TV Mini-Series)
The Watergate crisis as viewed by John Dean and his wife Maureen, based on their respective personal accounts, and distilled into an eight-hour drama with all of the political figures of the day parading by. Sheen, whose gamut of political portrayals has run from Robert Kennedy (in "The Missiles of
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