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Sweet Revenge (1976) -- (Movie Clip) You Want The Facts? Stockard Channing as car thief “Dandy” is guilty of more than she’s charged, but doesn’t hesitate to exploit public defender Philip (Sam Waterston), who has no idea about her long-game crime scheme, their first meeting in director Jerry Schatzberg’s Sweet Revenge,1976.
Sweet Revenge (1976) -- (Movie Clip) You Can't Steal A Dino Ferrari Obscure opening from director Jerry Schatzberg, star Stockard Channing as (we’ll soon learn) car thief “Dandy” Cochran, Richard Doughty her quasi-boyfriend, contemplating an Italian sports car that sounds cheap today, in Sweet Revenge, 1976.
Fortune, The (1975) -- (Movie Clip) She Can't Drink Hopping a train, Nick (Warren Beatty) has persuaded flunkie Oscar (Jack Nicholson) to marry heiress Frankie (Stockard Channing), who's out cold, to evade Mann Act violations, early in Mike Nichols' The Fortune, 1975.
Grease (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Summer Nights Danny (John Travolta) with T-Birds (Jeff Conaway, Michael Tucci, Barry Pearl, Kelly Ward), Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) and Pink Ladies (Didi Conn, Stockard Channing, Dina Manoff, Jamie Donnelly) tell differing summer stories with Summer Nights, the first number in Grease, 1978.
Grease (1978) -- (Movie Clip) So This Is Rydell? Introducing Kenicke (Jeff Conaway) and the T-Birds (Barry Pearl, Michael Tucci, Kelly Ward) with Danny (John Travolta), then Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) with Frenchy (Didi Conn), followed by Pink Ladies (Stockard Channing, Jamie Donnelly, Dinah Manoff), first day of school in Grease, 1978.
Fortune, The (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Applied Mind-ism Snuck-in after an illicit night out, Nick (Warren Beatty) and stand-in husband Oscar (Jack Nicholson), an advocate of new-age thought, are served by heiress spouse Freddie (Stockard Channing), in Mike Nichols' The Fortune, 1975.
Fortune, The (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Knocked For A Loop Dopey Oscar (Jack Nicholson) meets hung-over heiress Freddie (Stockard Channing), who doesn't remember marrying him, and scheming Nicky (Warren Beatty), who hired him to stand-in, on the train on the morning after in The Fortune, 1975.