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Mariette Hartley

Mariette Hartley


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Born: June 21, 1940 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Three Days in August (2016)
A woman who was given up for adoption searches for her birth parents.
Silver Skies (2015)
A group of eccentric tenants' lives are turned upside down when their beloved apartment complex is suddenly sold out from under them.
Novel Romance (2007)
Max Normane's eye for the undiscovered literary gem is famous. And nowhere is this talent more evident than the way in which she presides over 'Urbanity,' Los Angeles' esteemed literary magazine. Unfortunately, Max hasn't yet been able to shape her own narrative into the most enviable of stories. On
Kismet (1998)
A drama about romantic confusion.
Freefall: Flight 174 (1995) as Beth Pearson
When a plane mysteriously runs out of fuel in mid-air, the passengers and crew endure a tension-filled search for a safe landing site. Based on an actual incident.
Perry Mason: The Case of the Telltale Talk Show Host (1993) as Dr Sheila Carlin
A television movie in the ongoing series of "Perry Mason" telefilms. When the obnoxious owner of a talk radio station is murdered, Della Street's friend is accused and Perry Mason is called upon to help prove her innocence.
Encino Man (1992) as Mrs Morgan
Two guys dig up a frozen prehistoric man in their back yard. He comes back to life and learns how to live like a teenager.
Diagnosis of Murder (1992) as Kate Hamilton
A doctor investigates the murder of a corporate president when his patient is accused of the crime.
House on Sycamore Street, The (1992) as Kate Hamilton
A former student of Dr. Sloan's is killed in what Sloan feels is a questionable suicide attempt.
Child of Rage (1992) as Dr Rosemary Myers
A movie based on a true story about a couple who discover their newly adopted 7-year-old daughter suffered from severe abuse and neglect at the hands of her natural father.
Murder C.O.D. (1990) as Sally Kramer
A police commander tries to track down an elusive, self-appointed hit man known for committing murder unasked and then extorting money from those who benefited from the death.
1969 (1988) as Jessie
Two young men in the 1960's come to terms with their opinions about the Vietnam war and draft resistance.
My Two Loves (1986) as Gail Springer
A romance with a man gives way to a romance with a woman when a widow and mother discovers a side of herself she never knew existed in this television movie about bisexuality, lesbianism, and the conflict in a woman's family.
One Terrific Guy (1986) as Martha "Marty" Burton
Charlie Brennan, a high school biology teacher and baseball coach, persuades female students to participate in bogus sex research. He becomes the target of parents of a student who has been one of his subjects. But the parents encounter hostility and ostracism in their efforts to press criminal char
Silence of the Heart (1984) as Barbara Lewis
This drama dealing with teenage suicide features several members of moviedom's so-called "Brat Pack"--among them Chad Lowe, as the 17-year-old from a middle-class family, whose school pressures and difficult social life lead him to drive his car over a cliff, and Charlie Sheen (Martin's son making h
M.A.D.D.: Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (1983) as Candy Lightner
Mariette Hartley won an Emmy Award nomination for her portrayal of Candy Lightner, the California woman who spearheaded the drive for national anti-drunk driver legislation after her own young daughter became a hit-and-run victim. The film itself was Emmy-nominated as Outstanding Drama Special.
Drop-out Father (1982) as Katherine Mccall
Successful advertising executive decides to get out of the rat race but the family rebels at the new lifestyle he outlines. He and his youngest daughter leave the suburbs for a Manhattan loft apartment while the rest of the brood -- wife and three kids -- re-evaluate the situation. For his engaging
O'Hara's Wife (1982) as Harry O'Hara
Workaholic lawyer Bob O'Hara is devastated when his wife suddenly dies. Before long, she returns to convince him to get his life in balance, take better care of his health, and repair his relationships with their two grown children.
No Place to Hide (1981) as Adele Manning
Kathleen Beller is a young art student who frantically tries to prove that she is being stalked by a mysterious man who has threatened her life, and finds her sanity questioned by her stepmother (Mariette Hartley), the family attorney (Arlen Dean Snyder), even a psychiatrist (Keir Dullea), in this s
Secret War of Jackie's Girls, The (1980) as Jackie Scott
In this pilot to a prospective series about World War II female fliers on covert missions behind enemy lines, Mariette Hartley guest stars as the group's organizer, but apparently did not plan to stay around for the regular series -- were it to occur -- so she was killed off mid-way through the movi
Love Tapes, The (1980) as Barbara Welles
Another "Love Boat"/"Fantasy Island" variation, this pilot to a prospective series, loaded up with familiar TV faces, focuses on the misadventures of the clients of Good Possibilities, a state-of-the-art videotape dating service run by Michael Constantine. During production, this movie was titled "T
Stone (1979) as Dianne Stone
The exploits of Dan Stone, a novelist and tough homicide detective with the Metropolitan Division of the Los Angeles Police Department.
Improper Channels (1979) as Diana Martley
Last Hurrah, The (1977) as Clare Gardiner
Carroll O'Connor wrote and starred in this second screen adaptation of the 1956 best-seller (previously filmed by John Ford in 1958 with Spencer Tracy) about the aging and ailing head of a big-time political machine who schemes to stay in power and win a fourth term. Emmy nominations went to Burgess
Killer Who Wouldn't Die, The (1976) as Heather Mcdougall
A former cop who now operates a charter boat service following the unsolved bombing murder of his wife is called on to look into the killing of a close friend, an undercover agent, and ends up in Hawaii entangled in a network of intrigue and espionage. This pilot to an unsold series called "Ohanian"
Genesis II (1973) as Lyra-A
A science-fiction fantasy from the creator of "Star Trek". Hoping to duplicate its success, this movie focuses on a twentieth-century NASA scientist who finds himself in a futuristic society after being preserved in suspended animation. It was reworked in 1974 as the TV movie "Planet Earth."
Mystery in Dracula's Castle, The (1973) as Marsha Booth
Alfie Booth is making a horror movie with his older brother Leonard in the role of Count Dracula and an old lighthouse as the Count's castle. Unbeknownst to the boys, two jewel thieves are holed up in the lighthouse with a famous necklace they have stolen. When Leonard's pet dog carries off the neck
Skyjacked (1972) as Harriet Stevens
A mad bomber forces a jet to re-route to Moscow.
The Magnificent Seven Ride! (1972) as Arrila [Adams]
A retired gunman fights to save a group of kidnapped women from the man who raped and murdered his wife.
Sandcastles (1972) as Sarah
A ghostly romance between a lonely young girl and the handsome victim of an auto accident who had died in her arms but later is discovered wandering on the beach. This was the first TV-movie using a single camera videotape system, later being transferred to film.
Earth II (1971) as Lisa Karger
The story of day to day operations aboard a space station called Earth II.
The Return of Count Yorga (1971) as Cynthia Nelson
Barquero (1970) as Anna
A ferry captain fights off bandits who want him to transport stolen goods.
Marooned (1969) as Betty Lloyd
Three U.S. astronauts face a slow death when their rockets fail during a space voyage.
Marnie (1964) as Susan Clabon
A rich man marries a compulsive thief and tries to unlock the secrets of her mind.
Drums of Africa (1963) as Ruth Knight
Three adventurers fight the slave trade in turn-of-the-century Africa.
Ride the High Country (1962) as Elsa Knudsen
Two aging gunslingers sign on to transport gold from a remote mining town.

Cast (special)

Bill Bixby: Chasing Perfection (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of actor/director Bill Bixby, who starred in the television series "My Favorite Martian," "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" and "The Incredible Hulk."
James Garner: A Maverick Spirit (2000) as Interviewee
Profile of actor James Garner.
Bill Bixby: The E! True Hollywood Story (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of actor Bill Bixby.
Ninth Annual Genesis Awards (1995) as Presenter
Highlights of The Ark Trust's Ninth Annual Genesis Awards, honoring individuals in the major media and artistic community who have spotlighted animal issues in their work.
Wild West, The (1993) as Voice Of Martha Summerhayes
A five-part, 10-hour documentary depicting the "Wild West." Uses still photographs and voice-over narration.
Seventh Annual Genesis Awards, The (1993) as Host
Awards presented to individuals and organizations in film, music, art, print and broadcasting focusing on issues with pro-animal themes.
Untold Stories: The Search For Amelia Earhart (1992) as Voice Of Amelia Earhart
A documentary about the search to uncover the mystery of the 1937 disappearance of aviator Amelia Earhart over the Pacific. Included is footage of evidence that Earhart disappeared on the island of Nikumaroro.
What About Me? I'm Only 3! (1992)
A variety special in which celebrities address environmental concerns by using questions posed by young children.
Guiding Light: The Primetime Special (1992)
A special commemorating the 40th television anniversary of the soap opera "Guiding Light."
CBS All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade (1990) as Host (New York)
Three-hour coverage of the 31st annual CBS All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade, featuring highlights of the 64th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York, as well as the Santa Claus Parade in Toronto, the Aloha Festival in Honolulu, and the Disneyland Star Parade in Anaheim.
Broadway Sings: The Music of Jule Styne (1987)
A tribute to composer Jule Styne taped in New York City at the St. James Theatre on January 26-28, 1987. The program features renditions of Styne standards, clips of Gene Autry, Doris Day, Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra performing his songs, and the composer talking with various personalities.
Television's Greatest Commercials (1983) as Host
A third edition of memorable TV commercials.
Television's Greatest Commercials (1982) as Host
The special presents a montage of television's most memorable commercials.
Blockheads (1982) as Host
Performances by top ventriloquists are featured in this comedy special.
Small World (1982) as Host
The program spotlights the talents, abilities, and opinions of children.
Rainy Day, A (1981) as Stephanie Cramer
A sensitive portrait of the strained relationship between Stephanie Cramer, a successful but unhappy actress, and her overbearing mother.
Second Time Around, The (1979) as Dr Joanne Norman
The story of Joanne and David Norman, a husband and wife team of marriage counselors who, after two years of separation, decide to live together again.
Halloween That Almost Wasn't, The (1979) as Witch
The story follows the efforts of Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman, the Mummy, and the Zombie to convince the Witch -- who is threatening to retire and thus cancel Halloween -- to fly over the moon and save their favorite holiday.
African Queen, The (1977) as Rosie Sayer; The Missionary With Whom He Carries On A Love-Hate Relationship
The story, set in Africa during World War I, follows the adventures of Charlie Allnot, the scruffy, unpolished owner and captain of the African Queen, a decrepit but serviceable boat that traverses the Ulanga River between Limbasi and Mbora. In the pilot episode, Allnot attempts to thwart German at

Music (special)

Broadway Sings: The Music of Jule Styne (1987) as Song Performer ("Funny Girl")
A tribute to composer Jule Styne taped in New York City at the St. James Theatre on January 26-28, 1987. The program features renditions of Styne standards, clips of Gene Autry, Doris Day, Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra performing his songs, and the composer talking with various personalities.

Cast (special)

John Jakes' Heaven and Hell: North and South, Part III (1994) as Prudence Chaffee
The latest installment in the John Jakes trilogy of novels focuses on the post-Civil War era. Follows the exploits of the Hazards and the Mains through the Reconstruction era and into the Indian territories of the Western frontier.
Passion and Paradise (1989) as Lady Eunice Oakes
A two-part miniseries based on the true-life 1943 murder of Sir Harry Oakes, a wealthy businessman who was killed in the Bahamas. Oakes' protective love for his daughter had clashed with her defiant love for the handsome gigolo she married. Alfred DeMarigny becomes the prime suspect in the murder of

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