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The Shirley MacLaine Handbook - Everything you need to know about Shirley MacLaine

The Shirley MacLaine Handbook - Everything you need to know about Shirley MacLaine

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Shirley MacLaine (born April 24, 1934) is an American film and theater actress, dancer, activist, and author, well-known for her beliefs in new age spirituality and reincarnation. She has written a large number of autobiographical works, many dealing with her spiritual beliefs as well as her Hollywood career. In 1983, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Terms of Endearment. She is the elder sister of actor Warren Beatty.

This book is your ultimate resource for Shirley MacLaine. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about her Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Artists and Models, Hot Spell (film), The Matchmaker (film), Ask Any Girl (film), Career (1959 film), Ocean's 11 (1960 film), Can-Can (film), The Apartment, The Children's Hour (film), All in a Night's Work (film), Two Loves, Two for the Seesaw, My Geisha, Irma la Douce, The Yellow Rolls-Royce, What a Way to Go!, John Goldfarb, Please Come Home, Gambit (film), Woman Times Seven, The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom, Sweet Charity (film), Two Mules for Sister Sara, Desperate Characters, The Possession of Joel Delaney, The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir, The Turning Point (1977 film), Being There, A Change of Seasons (film), Loving Couples (1980 film), Terms of Endearment, Cannonball Run II, Madame Sousatzka, Steel Magnolias, Postcards from the Edge (film), Defending Your Life, Used People, Wrestling Ernest Hemingway, Guarding Tess, The Evening Star, Mrs. Winterbourne, Bruno (2000 film), These Old Broads, Rebecca Nurse, Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay, Carolina (film), Rumor Has It…, Bewitched (film), In Her Shoes (2005 film), Closing the Ring, Coco Chanel (film), Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning, Valentine's Day (film)

Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.
Shirley MacLaine (born April 24, 1934) is an American film and theater actress, dancer, activist, and author, well-known for her beliefs in new age spirituality and reincarnation. She has written a large number of autobiographical works, many dealing with her spiritual beliefs as well as her Hollywood career. In 1983, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Terms of Endearment. She is the elder sister of actor Warren Beatty.

This book is your ultimate resource for Shirley MacLaine. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about her Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Artists and Models, Hot Spell (film), The Matchmaker (film), Ask Any Girl (film), Career (1959 film), Ocean's 11 (1960 film), Can-Can (film), The Apartment, The Children's Hour (film), All in a Night's Work (film), Two Loves, Two for the Seesaw, My Geisha, Irma la Douce, The Yellow Rolls-Royce, What a Way to Go!, John Goldfarb, Please Come Home, Gambit (film), Woman Times Seven, The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom, Sweet Charity (film), Two Mules for Sister Sara, Desperate Characters, The Possession of Joel Delaney, The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir, The Turning Point (1977 film), Being There, A Change of Seasons (film), Loving Couples (1980 film), Terms of Endearment, Cannonball Run II, Madame Sousatzka, Steel Magnolias, Postcards from the Edge (film), Defending Your Life, Used People, Wrestling Ernest Hemingway, Guarding Tess, The Evening Star, Mrs. Winterbourne, Bruno (2000 film), These Old Broads, Rebecca Nurse, Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay, Carolina (film), Rumor Has It…, Bewitched (film), In Her Shoes (2005 film), Closing the Ring, Coco Chanel (film), Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning, Valentine's Day (film)

Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.

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  • Artists and Models
  • Hot Spell (film)
  • The Matchmaker (film)
  • Ask Any Girl (film)
  • Career (1959 film)
  • Ocean's 11 (1960 film)
  • Can-Can (film)
  • The Apartment
  • The Children's Hour (film)
  • All in a Night's Work (film)
  • Two Loves
  • Two for the Seesaw
  • My Geisha
  • Irma la Douce
  • The Yellow Rolls-Royce
  • What a Way to Go!
  • John Goldfarb, Please Come Home
  • Gambit (film)
  • Woman Times Seven
  • The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom
  • Sweet Charity (film)
  • Two Mules for Sister Sara
  • Desperate Characters
  • The Possession of Joel Delaney
  • The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir
  • The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir
  • The Turning Point (1977 film)
  • Being There
  • A Change of Seasons (film)
  • Loving Couples (1980 film)
  • Terms of Endearment
  • Cannonball Run II
  • Madame Sousatzka
  • Steel Magnolias
  • Postcards from the Edge (film)
  • Defending Your Life
  • Used People
  • Wrestling Ernest Hemingway
  • Guarding Tess
  • The Evening Star
  • Mrs. Winterbourne
  • Mrs.Winterbourne
  • Bruno (2000 film)
  • These Old Broads
  • Rebecca Nurse
  • Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay
  • Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay
  • Carolina (film)
  • Rumor Has It
  • Bewitched (film)
  • In Her Shoes (2005 film)
  • Closing the Ring
  • Coco Chanel (film)
  • Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning
  • Valentine's Day (film)
  • Article Sources and Contributors
  • Image Sources, Licenses and Contributors
  • License

Shirley MacLaine (born April 24, 1934) is an American film and theater actress, dancer, activist, and author, well

-known for her beliefs in new age spirituality and reincarnation. She has written a large number of autobiographical works, many dealing with her spiritual beliefs as well as her Hollywood career. In 1983, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Terms of Endearment. She is the elder sister of actor Warren Beatty. This book is your ultimate resource for Shirley MacLaine. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about her Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Artists and Models, Hot Spell (film), The Matchmaker (film), Ask Any Girl (film), Career (1959 film), Ocean’s 11 (1960 film), Can-Can (film), The Apartment, The Children’s Hour (film), All in a Night’s Work (film), Two Loves, Two for the Seesaw, My Geisha, Irma la Douce, The Yellow Rolls-Royce, What a Way to Go!, John Goldfarb, Please Come Home, Gambit (film), Woman Times Seven, The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom, Sweet Charity (film), Two Mules for Sister Sara, Desperate Characters, The Possession of Joel Delaney, The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir, The Turning Point (1977 film), Being There, A Change of Seasons (film), Loving Couples (1980 film), Terms of Endearment, Cannonball Run II, Madame Sousatzka, Steel Magnolias, Postcards from the Edge (film), Defending Your Life, Used People, Wrestling Ernest Hemingway, Guarding Tess, The Evening Star, Mrs. Winterbourne, Bruno (2000 film), These Old Broads, Rebecca Nurse, Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay, Carolina (film), Rumor Has It…, Bewitched (film), In Her Shoes (2005 film), Closing the Ring, Coco Chanel (film), Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning, Valentine’s Day (film) Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.

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Everything you need to know about Shirley MacLaine
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Shirley MacLaine Artists and Models Hot Spell (film) The Matchmaker (film) Ask Any Girl (film) Career (1959 film) Ocean's 11 (1960 film) Can-Can (film) The Apartment The Children's Hour (film) All in a Night's Work (film) Two Loves Two for the Seesaw My Geisha Irma la Douce The Yellow Rolls-Royce What a Way to Go! John Goldfarb, Please Come Home Gambit (film) Woman Times Seven The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom Sweet Charity (film) Two Mules for Sister Sara Desperate Characters The Possession of Joel Delaney The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir The Turning Point (1977 film) Being There A Change of Seasons (film) Loving Couples (1980 film) Terms of Endearment Cannonball Run II Madame Sousatzka Steel Magnolias 1 8 11 12 14 16 18 22 24 29 33 35 36 38 39 43 46 50 52 54 56 58 61 66 69 73 74 76 80 82 84 88 91 93

Postcards from the Edge (film) Defending Your Life Used People Wrestling Ernest Hemingway Guarding Tess The Evening Star Mrs. Winterbourne Bruno (2000 film) These Old Broads Rebecca Nurse Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay Carolina (film) Rumor Has It… Bewitched (film) In Her Shoes (2005 film) Closing the Ring Coco Chanel (film) Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning Valentine's Day (film)

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Article Sources and Contributors Image Sources, Licenses and Contributors 154 157

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She is the elder sister of actor Warren Beatty. took note of MacLaine. and author. In classical romantic pieces like "Romeo & Juliet" and "Sleeping Beauty. After leaving ballet. with Haney still out of commission. and MacLaine replaced her. Strongly motivated by ballet throughout her youth. Shirley had very weak ankles as a child. Virginia. was a drama teacher born in Nova Scotia." being the tallest in the class. After she graduated. MacLaine pursued Broadway dancing. Virginia and Waverly. MacLaine's grandparents were also teachers. Virginia Actress. MacLaine decided that professional ballet wasn't for her. In 1983. Ira Owens Beaty. But decided to dance the role all the way through. Eventually. She has written a large number of autobiographical works. and then to Arlington. she turned to acting. dancer." While warming up backstage. she never missed a class. The family was devoutly Baptist. The summer before her senior year. high insteps) Also.Shirley MacLaine 1 Shirley MacLaine Shirley MacLaine Shirley MacLaine in 1987 Born Occupation Shirley MacLean BeatyApril 24. Haney broke her ankle. Wallis was in the audience. she found ballet too limiting. public school administrator. and signed her to work for Paramount . Eventually. Canada. She attended Washington-Lee High School. well-known for her beliefs in new age spirituality and reincarnation. Early life Named after Shirley Temple. so her mother decided to enroll her in ballet class. She eventually got to play a respectable female role--the fairy godmother in "Cinderella. dancer. activist. MacLaine's father moved the family from Richmond to Norfolk. A few months after. 1934) is an American film and theater actress. she returned and within a year she became an understudy to actress Carol Haney in The Pajama Game. In her own words. she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Terms of Endearment. she grew too tall (she would be over 6-feet tall en Pointe) and did not have the "beautifully constructed feet" (high arches. Her father. author. she was in New York to try acting on Broadway with some success. 1934Richmond. she broke her ankle.[1] was a professor of psychology. Kathlyn Corinne (née MacLean). eventually taking a position at Arlington's Thomas Jefferson Junior High School. she always played the boys' role due to the total absence of males in the class. MacLaine was born Shirley MacLean Beaty in Richmond. many dealing with her spiritual beliefs as well as her Hollywood career. and her mother. where she was on the cheerleading squad and acted in the school's productions. activist Years active 1953–present Spouse Steve Parker (1954–1982) Shirley MacLaine (born April 24. and real estate agent. film producer Hal B.[2] [3] While she was still a child.

She starred in The Children's Hour (1961) also starring Audrey Hepburn. directed by Richard Attenborough and starring Christopher Plummer. a drama. The Salem Witch Trials. the film that gave her her first Academy Award nomination .Actress. Two years later. She was again nominated. She also had a short-lived sit-com called Shirley's World. and Joan Collins. Being There (1979) with Peter Sellers. Carrie Fisher. a suit that is credited with ending the old-style studio star system of actor management. The film won 5 Oscars. in which she starred opposite Clint Eastwood. and Coco. for which she won the Golden Globe Award for New Star Of The Year . "I thought I would win for Harry (1955) The Apartment. She later said. These Old Broads written by Carrie Fisher and co-starring Elizabeth Taylor. based on the play by Lillian Hellman. MacLaine has also appeared in numerous television projects including an autobiographical miniseries based upon the book Out on a Limb. she received a nomination for Best Documentary Feature for her documentary film The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir. MacLaine has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1165 Vine Street. starring with Jack Lemmon. Her second nomination came two years later for The Apartment.one of five that the film received . In 1983 she won her first Oscar for Terms of Endearment.and a Golden Globe nomination. She later sued Wallis over a contractual dispute. She continued to star in major films. she was once again nominated for The Turning Point co-starring Anne Bancroft. Used People with Jessica Tandy and Kathy Bates. She's too unfeminine and has too much balls. one for Jack Nicholson and three for director James L. Debbie Reynolds. She's very. Other notable films in which MacLaine has starred include Sweet Charity (1968). such as Steel Magnolias with Julia Roberts.[4] 2 Career MacLaine made her film debut in Alfred Hitchcock's The Trouble with Harry (1955). The film won another four Oscars. once said. Postcards From the Edge (1990) with actress Meryl Streep. including Best MacLaine in her debut film The Trouble with Director for Billy Wilder. Don Siegel. in which she portrayed a retired ballerina much like herself. Rumor Has It… (2005) with Kevin Costner and Jennifer Aniston and In Her Shoes with Cameron Diaz. for which she reunited with Wilder and Lemmon. "It's hard [5] to feel any great warmth to her. In 1956. which was released to video as The Dress Code. .Shirley MacLaine Pictures. MacLaine won a Golden Globe for Best Actress (Drama) for Madame Sousatzka. she had roles in Hot Spell and Around the World in Eighty Days. Guarding Tess (1994) with Nicolas Cage. Brooks. MacLaine starred as Helen in this film." In 1975. MacLaine is also set to star in Poor Things. very hard. She made her feature-film directorial debut in Bruno. playing a fictionalized version of Debbie Reynolds with a screenplay by Reynolds's daughter. a Lifetime production based on the life of Coco Chanel. her director on Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970). In 2007 she completed Closing the Ring. In 1988. At the same time. she starred in Some Came Running. this time for Irma la Douce (1963). but then Elizabeth Taylor had a tracheotomy".

Barbra Streisand. MacLaine's character is a devotee of New Age spirituality. Parker v. Many of her best-selling books. but the production was canceled. such as Out on a Limb and Dancing in the Light. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. They had a daughter.[6] Her well-known interest in New Age spirituality has made its way into several of her films. calling the studio's alternate role offer "different or inferior" employment. played by Brooks and Meryl Streep. 1970). MacLaine's refusal led to an appeal by Twentieth Century-Fox to the Supreme Court of California in 1970. MacLaine found her way into many law casebooks when she sued Twentieth Century-Fox for breach of contract. have it as their central theme. where the Court ruled against Fox. starring MacLaine. Her interests have led her to such forms of spiritual exploration as walking El Camino de Santiago. Representative Dennis Kucinich. Big Man. the Shirley MacLaine at the 2005 recently deceased lead characters.. 474 P. in hopes of getting out of its contractual obligation to pay her for the canceled film. working with Chris Griscom. a Democrat and former mayor of [7] Cleveland. Big Country. and practicing Transcendental Meditation. In Albert Brooks's 1991 romantic comedy Defending Your Life.Shirley MacLaine 3 Personal life MacLaine was married to businessman Steve Parker until they divorced in 1982. astonished to find MacLaine introducing their past lives in the "Past Lives Pavilion." In the 2001 made-for-television movie These Old Broads. MacLaine has a strong and enduring interest in spirituality. Debbie Reynolds. She was to play a role in a film titled Bloomer Girl. are Toronto International Film Festival. Shirley shares a birthday (April 24) with her good friend. Filmography Film Year 1955 The Trouble with Harry Artists and Models 1956 Around the World in 80 Days Jennifer Rogers Bessie Sparrowbrush Princess Aouda Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress Role Notes . She also is godmother to the daughter of U. Sachi Parker (born 1956). and written by Reynolds's daughter. Twentieth Century-Fox offered her a role in another film. and Elizabeth Taylor. and they traditionally spend it together each year. Ohio.2d 689 (Cal. Joan Collins. Carrie Fisher.S.

Shirley MacLaine 1958 Some Came Running Ginnie Moorehead Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actress Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama 4 The Sheepman Hot Spell The Matchmaker Ask Any Girl Dell Payton Virginia Duval Irene Molloy Meg Wheeler BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress 9th Berlin International Film Festival: Silver Bear for [8] Best Actress Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy 1959 Career 1960 Ocean's Eleven Can-Can The Apartment Sharon Kensington Tipsy girl Simone Pistache Fran Kubelik BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Volpi Cup Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actress Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama uncredited cameo 1961 The Children's Hour All in a Night's Work Two Loves 1962 Two for the Seesaw My Geisha 1963 Irma la Douce Martha Dobie Katie Robbins Anna Vorontosov Gittel Mosca Lucy Dell/Yoko Mori Irma la Douce Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actress Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress 1964 The Yellow Rolls-Royce What a Way to Go! 1965 John Goldfarb. Blossom 1969 Sweet Charity 1970 Two Mules for Sister Sara 1971 Desperate Characters Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy . Please Come Home 1966 Gambit 1967 Woman Times Seven Mae Jenkins Louisa May Foster Jenny Erichson Nicole Chang Paulette/Maria Teresa/Linda/Edith/Eve Minou/Marie/Jeanne Harriet Blossom Charity Hope Valentine Sara Sophie Bentwood Silver Bear for Best Actress at Berlin [9] Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy 1968 The Bliss of Mrs.

direct. producer Nominated — Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actress Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy 5 1977 The Turning Point 1979 Being There Deedee Rodgers Eve Rand 1980 A Change of Seasons Loving Couples 1983 Terms of Endearment Karyn Evans Evelyn Aurora Greenway Academy Award for Best Actress David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress National Board of Review Award for Best Actress New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role 1984 Cannonball Run II 1987 Out on a Limb 1988 Madame Sousatzka Veronica Herself Madame Yuvline Sousatzka Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama Volpi Cup Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture 1989 Steel Magnolias 1990 Postcards from the Edge Ouiser Boudreaux Doris Mann Waiting for the Light 1991 Defending Your Life 1992 Used People 1993 Wrestling Ernest Hemingway 1994 Guarding Tess 1995 The West Side Waltz Aunt Zena "Past Lives Pavilion" host Pearl Berman Helen Cooney Tess Carlisle Margaret Mary Elderdice Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy .Shirley MacLaine 1972 The Possession of Joel Delaney 1975 The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir Norah Benson Herself Documentary Writer.

Shirley MacLaine 1996 The Evening Star Mrs. 2d 467. "Actor Warren Beatty gives public-policy graduates — and Gov. • Where Do We Go From Here? (1978) Winner of the Rose D'Or • Out on a Limb (1987) References [1] New England Historic Genealogical Society (http:/ / www.edu. [4] Hanrihan v. 469 (N. Misc. [3] Public Affairs (2005-05-21). 1959) [5] McGilligan (1999).Motion Picture Musical or Comedy uncredited 6 2007 Closing the Ring 2008 Coco Chanel Ethel Ann Coco Chanel Nominated — Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress – Miniseries or a Movie Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film Nominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie Anne of Green Gables: A Amelia Thomas New Beginning 2010 Valentine's Day Estelle Paddington TV work • Shirley's World (1971–1972) and a 1977 one hour special.182 . shtml). 19 Misc.Y. berkeley. newenglandancestors. . html).com. com/ people/ pb/ Warren_Beatty. edu/ news/ media/ releases/ 2005/ 05/ 21_beatty. adherents.Motion Picture Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film Directed by Shirley MacLaine Nominated — Satellite Award for Best Actress . asp) [2] "The religion of Warren Beatty. Retrieved 2010-03-06. director" (http:/ / www. . Winterbourne 1997 A Smile Like Yours 1999 Joan of Arc 2000 Bruno 2001 These Old Broads 2002 Salem Witch Trials Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay 2003 Carolina 2005 Rumor Has It… Bewitched In Her Shoes Aurora Greenway Grace Winterbourne Martha Madame de Beaurevoir Helen Kate Westbourne Rebecca Nurse Mary Kay Grandma Millicent Mirabeau Katharine Richelieu Iris Smythson/Endora Ella Hirsch Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Nominated — Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress . actor. Parker. 2005-08-30. org/ research/ services/ articles_gbr83. Adherents. Berkeley. Retrieved 2010-03-06. p. Schwarzenegger — some advice on power" (http:/ / www.

New York: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group.com/person. Norton & Company Limited.. New York: Bantam Books. You Can Get There from Here. . Support Kucinich" (http:/ / www. [8] "Berlinale 1959: Prize Winners" (http:/ / www. The Camino: A Pilgrimage of Courage. Shirley (1989). Patrick (1999). • MacLaine. 7 Bibliography • MacLaine. . The Camino: A Journey of the Spirit. Latimes. New York: W. Retrieved 2010-01-05.asp?ID=50809) at the Internet Broadway Database Shirley MacLaine (http://movies. Harper Collins. Shirley (2001). .com/movie/contributor/1800028269) at Yahoo! Movies Shirley MacLaine interviewed by Ginny Dougary (http://www.W. Shirley (1972). Retrieved 2010-03-13. Out on a Limb. Shirley (1975). Dancing in the Light. ISBN 9780743485067. ISBN 9780553052176. New York: Bantam Books. Shirley (2003).de. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group. Shirley (1986). Going Within: A Guide to Inner Transformation.W. ISBN 9780553678.1.ShirleyMacLaine. story). berlinale. Norton & Company Limited. New York: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group. Shirley (1995). • MacLaine.1158944. External links • • • • • MacLaine's Official Website (http://www. Norton & Company Limited. ISBN 9780553050356. berlinale. ISBN 9780393073386. ISBN 9780553761962. ISBN 9780553076073.com. • MacLaine. New York: Bantam Books.co. • McGilligan.com) Shirley MacLaine (http://www. html). London: Pocket Books. ISBN 0-00-638354-8. Huffingtonpost. Retrieved 2010-03-06. Don't Fall Off the Mountain. Shirley (1983). It's All in the Playing. berlinale. latimes. ISBN 0743409213. com/ news/ la-me-maharishi6feb06. Sage-ing While Age-ing. • MacLaine. • MacLaine. Shirley (1987).imdb.yahoo. New York: Bantam Books. de/ en/ archiv/ jahresarchive/ 1959/ 03_preistr_ger_1959/ 03_Preistraeger_1959. [9] "Berlinale 1971: Prize Winners" (http:/ / www. New York: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group.ginnydougary. New York: W. • MacLaine. com/ 2007/ 11/ 07/ shirley-maclaine-i-belie_n_71542. • MacLaine. ISBN 9780393074895. html). 2008-02-06. ISBN 9780553097177. Shirley (1991). • MacLaine.ibdb. Shirley (2007). Clint: The Life and Legend.) • MacLaine. • MacLaine. [7] "Shirley MacLaine: I Believe In UFOs More Than Ever. de/ en/ archiv/ jahresarchive/ 1971/ 03_preistr_ger_1971/ 03_Preistraeger_1971.com.com/name/nm511/) at the Internet Movie Database Shirley MacLaine (http://www.W. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi" (http:/ / www. Out on a Leash: Exploring the Nature of Reality and Love. Retrieved 2010-03-06. New York: Bantam Books.de.uk/2005/11/05/ one-tough-kookie/) (2005) .Shirley MacLaine [6] "LA Times. ISBN 9781416550419. html). ISBN 9780743400725. Dance While You Can. (Published in Europe as: MacLaine. New York: W. My Lucky Stars: A Hollywood Memoir. ISBN 9780393053418. McGovern: The Man and His Beliefs. 2007-12-19. Shirley (1970). Shirley (2000). huffingtonpost. berlinale. . • MacLaine.

Also known as "Vultureman" or more simply "The Vulture". each night Eugene has horrific screaming nightmares inspired by those ultra-violent comics which he describes aloud in his sleep and which are about the bizarre bird-like superhero "Vincent the Vulture" who is. Anita Ekberg. Eva Gabor. . and Shirley MacLaine. according to Eugene's nocturnal babblings. The film co-stars Dorothy Malone. Wallis Frank Tashlin Herbert Baker (screenwriter) Hal Kanter Dean Martin Jerry Lewis Dorothy Malone Shirley MacLaine Eva Gabor Anita Ekberg Eddie Mayehoff Starring Distributed by Paramount Pictures Release date(s) August 25. Plot Rick Todd (Dean Martin) is a struggling painter and smooth-talking ladies' man. His goofy young roommate Eugene Fullstack (Jerry Lewis) is an aspiring children's author who has a passion for comic books. 1955 Running time Language 102 minutes English Artists and Models is a 1955 Paramount musical comedy in VistaVision and marked Martin and Lewis's fourteenth feature together as a team. especially those of the mysterious and sexy "Bat Lady". However.Artists and Models 8 Artists and Models Artists and Models Directed by Produced by Written by Frank Tashlin Hal B. half-bird with feathers growing out of every pore" and a "tail full of jet propulsion". the "defender of truth and liberty and a member of the Audubon Society" and is "half-boy. the golden helmet-masked hero with his stubby wing-like arms and talon-like hands and feet soars through space from his "homogenized space station" orbiting the Milky Way to battle his shapely but sadistic purple-eyed archenemy "Zuba the Magnificent" who hates Vincent because "she's allergic to his feathers" and who enjoys blasting big "oooozing" holes into his highly resilient flying form ("It'll take more than that to stop me!") with her "atomic pivot gun". half-man.

[1] It was released on November 7. and "Artists and Models. Ocean's Eleven. Producer Hal B. When she turned the part down. Scared Stiff. but did go on to appear in six other films with Martin. the part of Abby was originally offered to Lizabeth Scott. but after falling for Abigail he keeps his work a secret from both her and Eugene. What a Way to Go! and Cannonball Run II. He attains success at his new job. including many about women's breasts and a number of double entendres. whom he admired greatly." A sixth number. Wallis chose Tashlin for Artists and Models on the basis of his background as a cartoonist. Murdock (Eddie Mayehoff) and Abigail's model for the flying bat-masked superheroine. "The Lucky Song". Eugene's dreams also contain the real life top-secret rocket formula "X34 minus 5R1 plus 6-X36" that Rick publishes in his stories. his other . Abigail becomes frustrated at work at the increasingly lurid and bloodthirsty stories the money-hungry Murdock demands and quits to become an anti-comics activist. and was shot with Paramount's VistaVision cameras in Eastman color. The film was one of the team's highest budgeted pictures. sung by Shirley MacLaine during the party. Her energetic horoscope-obsessed roommate is Bessie Sparrowbush (Shirley MacLaine) who is secretary to her publisher Mr.5 million. Songs featured were by music legends Harry Warren and Jack Brooks. was cut from the final edit. Tashlin brought a lot of sexual innuendo to Artists and Models. and other targets in the film include the Cold War. With spies all around them. According to a 1955 column by Sheilah Graham. including Some Came Running. Martin asked for Dorothy Malone. 1955 at Paramount Studios. and stereophonic sound by Perspecta." but the censors ordered the removal of this phallic joke. the space race and the publishing business. The finished film contains many jokes that push the boundaries of what was acceptable in the mid-'50s. who had played opposite the team in Scared Stiff. Abigail Parker (Dorothy Malone). "You Look So Familiar". but the studio did not remove it. preserving national security.Artists and Models A neighbor in their apartment building. in another scene. Artists and Models is considered a milestone in movie satire for its mockery of mid-1950s pop culture. Costumes were by Paramount wardrobe designer Edith Head. Malone had previously worked with the team in their eighth feature.[1] MacLaine did not make another film with Lewis. "Innamorata (Sweetheart)". making it more adult in content than most of Martin and Lewis's previous movies and indulging his own fetishistic fascination with female characters in revealing costumes. 1955 by Paramount.[1] Martin and Lewis would reunite with him on their last film. Hollywood Or Bust.[1] Artists and Models marked the first time Lewis worked with former Looney Tunes director Frank Tashlin. When MacLaine kisses Lewis in front of a water cooler. the title later being used for Rock-A-Bye Baby a 1958 Jerry Lewis film. the water steams up. and included "When You Pretend". is a professional artist who works for a New York comic book company called Murdock Publishing and is the creator of the "Bat Lady". Lewis's character was named "Fullstick. 9 Production Martin and Lewis' fourteenth feature. a massage therapist bends Lewis's leg all the way towards his head. and the film contains many gags influenced by the director's animation work. The censors also asked Paramount to cut a scene where Dorothy Malone is seen wearing only a strategically placed towel. One scene satirizes the Kefauver hearings on violent comic books. Artists and Models was filmed from February 28 to May 3. Long time Martin and Lewis writer Herbert Baker worked on the script which had the original title Rock-A-Bye [2] Baby. and Lewis would then work with Tashlin on six of his solo films. at $1. Some of his most suggestive ideas were disallowed by the Production Code. entitled "The Bat Lady". Bessie develops a crush on Eugene who is unaware that she is his beloved "Bat Lady" in the flesh. Unbeknownst to all of them. dragging Eugene into her crusade as an example of how trashy comic books can warp impressionable minds at the same time that Rick gets a job with the company after pitching the adventures of "Vincent the Vulture" from Eugene's dreams. in Tashlin's original script. they manage to entertain at the annual "Artists and Models Ball" and capture the enemy. print by Technicolor.

view=entire_text& brand=oac External links • Artists and Models (http://www. along with a number of Lewis' solo films. McFarland & Company. com/index. [2] http:/ / content.blogspot. Inc. org/ view?docId=kt1779q0j5& doc. 2007.com/work/3046) at Allmovie • My Favourite Comic Book Movie.php/2009/12/29/my-favourite-comic-book-movie/) • ARTISTS AND MODELS And Its Mysterious Missing Plot Points (http://zvbxrpl.com/title/tt0047840/) at the Internet Movie Database • Artists and Models (http://www. Anita Ekberg would also appear in Martin and Lewis' final film. Ted. cdlib. The spaceship model seen in the foreign experimental laboratory is actually a leftover miniature from Paramount's 1955 film. released on June 5. The "Vincent the Vulture" comic books made as a prop for this picture briefly appear in the unaired pilot for the Get Smart television series.com/2008/12/ artists-and-models-missing-dialogue. Jack Elam was in the team's second-to-last picture.imdb.. Pardners. Hollywood Or Bust.Artists and Models love interest from Scared Stiff.allmovie. 10 DVD release The film was included on a five-film DVD set. and Okuda. Pages 98-103. directed by George Pal. The Jerry Lewis Films. James L. 1995. Kathleen Freeman also appeared in 3 Ring Circus. The cast is filled with cameos by many Martin and Lewis regulars. the Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Collection: Volume Two. Conquest of Space. or How To Keep the Tarnish Off Brass Knuckles (http://mightygodking.html) . Eddie Mayehoff made his cinematic debut in That's My Boy and also co-starred in The Stooge. An Analytical Filmography of the Innovative Comic. References [1] Neibaur.

played by Shirley MacLaine and Héctor Elizondo reunite at a showing of Hot Spell at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. United States English Hot Spell is a 1958 drama film directed by Daniel Mann.imdb. References [1] http:/ / allmovie.Hot Spell (film) 11 Hot Spell (film) Hot Spell Directed by Starring Daniel Mann Shirley Booth Release date(s) June 1958 Running time Country Language 86 min. "that's my trifecta". Eileen Heckart as Alma's friend In Pop Culture During the 2010 film Valentine's Day. com/ work/ hot-spell-23272 External links • Hot Spell (http://www.com/title/tt0051742/) at the Internet Movie Database . Edgar points to MacLaine on the screen and tells Jason Morris (played by Topher Grace. Edgar and Estelle Paddington.[1] Cast • • • • • Shirley Booth as Alma Duval Anthony Quinn as John Henry Duval Shirley MacLaine as Virginia Duval Earl Holliman as John Henry Duval Jr. It stars Shirley Booth and Anthony Quinn.

Horace's clerk head Cornelius Hackl convinces his sidekick Barnaby Tucker that they. While there. a widow who supports herself by a variety of means. Horace agrees to have dinner with Ernestina at the Harmonia Gardens after visiting Irene. Dolly shows him the photograph of a woman she calls Miss Ernestina Simple and tells him the buxom beauty would be a far better choice for him. has hired her to find him a wife. too. The two cause cans of tomatoes to explode. which [1] justifies their closing it for the day and heading to the city. the story focuses on Dolly Gallagher Levi. When he expresses his intent to travel to New York City to woo milliner Irene Molloy. The screenplay by John Michael Hayes is based on the 1955 play of the same name by Thornton Wilder. but unbeknownst to him Dolly is determined to fill the position herself. spewing their contents about the store. New York. a wealthy but miserly merchant from Yonkers. Meanwhile. with matchmaking as her primary source of income. deserve an outing to New York. Horace Vandergelder.The Matchmaker (film) 12 The Matchmaker (film) The Matchmaker DVD cover Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Joseph Anthony Don Hartman Thorton Wilder (play) John Michael Hayes(screenplay) Shirley Booth Anthony Perkins Shirley MacLaine Paul Ford Robert Morse Adolph Deutsch Music by Cinematography Charles Lang Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Howard A. Smith Paramount Pictures 1958 101 minutes United States English The Matchmaker is a 1958 American comedy film directed by Joseph Anthony. they come across Irene's hat shop and . Plot Set in 1884.

Vandergelder's wallet (which the diner believes Cornelius dropped).The Matchmaker (film) Cornelius is instantly taken to her. By total coincidence. Cornelius. Horace gives them better working hours and wages. Vandergelders. Realizing how foolishly he's been acting. Over the course of the evening. Vandergelder still realizes that Irene is hiding people in her shop (though he doesn't know who) and leaves in disgust. Vandergelder by disguising themselves as women and dancing towards the door. Irene and Cornelius fall in love as Barnaby falls for Minnie. Frightened by the competition. The two men escape being caught by Mr. Irene furiously demands that Cornelius and Barnaby repay her by taking her and the shop assistant Minnie out to a fancy restaurant for dinner (Dolly had led her to believe that the men were secretly members of high society).868772-1. he agrees to marry Dolly as well. Irene. they leave the two women a note confessing who they really are and that they love them. Before going. and Dolly all dine at the same restaurant. Cornelius worries over how to pay for the meal until a well-meaning diner gives him Mr. Though Dolly and Irene cover up for them. Horace.9171. when Mr. Mr. time. Irene and Minnie help the two shopkeepers pretend to be setting up a feed store of their own across the street from Mr.imdb. Vandergelder and Dolly arrive. 13 References [1] Time review (http:/ / www. The pair are forced to hide however. Horace realizes that Dolly tricked him and that there is no such person as Ernastina Simple.00. Barnaby. html) External links • The Matchmaker at the Internet Movie Database (http://www. Minnie. The next day.com/title/tt0051913/) . com/ time/ magazine/ article/ 0.

Shirley MacLaine and Gig Young. the reserved and somewhat stodgy Miles Doughton and his playboy younger brother Evan.Ask Any Girl (film) 14 Ask Any Girl (film) Ask Any Girl Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Charles Walters Joe Pasternak George Wells Winifred Wolfe (novel) David Niven Shirley MacLaine Gig Young Jeff Alexander Music by Cinematography Robert J. Bronner Editing by Distributed by Country Language John McSweeney Jr. Therefore. Miles is willing to help. She's also keeping an eye open to meet the right man. Upon meeting two clients. . in a Pygmalion-like way. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer United States English Ask Any Girl is a 1959 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer romantic comedy film starring David Niven. He has seen so many of his brother's conquests come and go that he knows what Evan likes in a girl. What she doesn't know is that Miles secretly comes to want her for himself.[1] Plot A wide-eyed Meg Wheeler comes to New York City and takes a job in market research for a large firm. he sets out to transform Meg into exactly that kind of girl. it doesn't take long for Meg to realize she's romantically interested in Evan. her research making her aware that the United States has five million more females than males.

de/ en/ archiv/ jahresarchive/ 1959/ 03_preistr_ger_1959/ 03_Preistraeger_1959... External links • Ask Any Girl (http://www.com/title/title. . 1959)... Meg Wheeler Gig Young .. Maxwell Claire Kelly . Miles Doughton Shirley MacLaine . .. Lisa Elisabeth Fraser .. Refined young lady Awards and nominations Shirley Maclaine won the 1959 BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress..Ask Any Girl (film) 15 Cast • • • • • • • • • • David Niven .. Ross Tayford Jim Backus . nytimes..de.. losing out to Marilyn Monroe in Some Like It Hot.jsp?stid=1748) at the TCM Movie Database . "NY Times review" (http:/ / movies. New York Times. Retrieved 22 November. html).imdb.. Terri Richards Read Morgan .. [2] "Berlinale 1959: Prize Winners" (http:/ / www.[2] She was also nominated for a Golden Globe.... Retrieved 2010-01-05.. References [1] Bosley Crowther (May 22. com/ movie/ review?res=950DE0DF163BEF3BBC4A51DFB3668382649EDE).com/title/tt0052583/) at the Internet Movie Database • Ask Any Girl (http://tcmdb... and also the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the 9th Berlin International Film Festival. berlinale. berlinale. Bert Carmen Phillips . Jennie Boyden Dodie Heath . 2008.. Evan Doughton Rod Taylor .

something that writer Dalton Trumbo knew all too well from being blacklisted himself. and with the blacklist past. who works with Lawson at an early grassroots theatrical group later targeted as "subversive" for its liberal views. even managing to land work in a Kensington production. After agonizing. It costs him his first wife. is forced to take work as a waiter. Drake. and Dalton Trumbo. and directed by Joseph Anthony. Lawson continually tries to establish himself as an actor. Just as he's about to land a major role in a TV series. asks him in the final scene. if it was "worth it. Lawson's long-suffering agent Shirley Drake (Carolyn Jones) attempts to get him work and he slowly begins to rise. thinking of his struggles and humiliation. himself on the skids. Novak left the theater to become a well known Hollywood director brought down by the blacklist himself. the alcoholic daughter of a powerful Broadway producer Robert Kensington. suffering the slings and arrows of rejection despite his dedication and passion for the theater. Lawson accepts the offer. braving World War II. Philip Stong. reflecting the realities of real-life blacklisted actors. with a new off-Broadway theater and offers Lawson a chance to work together again. Novak. vowing to start from the beginning. the Korean War and even the more recent blacklist.Career (1959 film) 16 Career (1959 film) Career Directed by Produced by Written by Joseph Anthony Hal Wallis Dalton Trumbo Bert Granet James Lee Philip Stong Tony Franciosa Dean Martin Shirley MacLaine Carolyn Jones Franz Waxman Starring Music by Cinematography Joseph LaShelle Editing by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Warren Low 1959 105 minutes United States English Career is a 1959 film drama about actor Sam Lawson (Tony Franciosa) bent on breaking into the big time at any cost. who's fallen in love with Lawson. James Lee. With Lawson finally emerging as a major actor. In one sense this was among Hollywood's first direct documentations of the blacklist in a dramatic film." The movie was written by Bert Granet. the new play becomes successful and heads to Broadway. played by Joan Blackman. the now blacklisted Lawson. played by Robert Middleton." says Lawson. Shirley MacLaine played Sharon Kensington. returns. his loyalty is researched and the ties to his allegedly "subversive" theater work with Novak are revealed. ." "Yes. The supporting cast includes Dean Martin as actor-director Maurice "Maury" Novak. "It was worth it. As Novak has been wrongly brought down.

. Matt Helmsley Marjorie Bennett ...com/title/tt0052673/) at the Internet Movie Database . com/ movie/ 8230/ Career/ awards)..... Columnist Awards The film was nominated for three Academy Awards: [1] • Best Art Direction (Hal Pereira. NY Times... Eric Peters Mary Treen .... Tyler. Comer. nytimes.. Robert Kensington Donna Douglas ... . • Best Cinematography (Joseph LaShelle) • Best Costume Design (Edith Head) References [1] "NY Times: Career" (http:/ / movies... External links • Career (http://www.... Shirley Drake Joan Blackman . Allan Burke Frank McHugh . Barbara Lawson Helmsley Robert Middleton . Walter H. Marjorie Burke Jerry Paris .. Sam Lawson Dean Martin .. Maurice 'Maury' Novak Shirley MacLaine . Sharon Kensington Carolyn Jones .Career (1959 film) 17 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Tony Franciosa . secretary to Shirley Drake Alan Hewitt . Marie.. Samuel M. Charlie Chuck Wassil .. Retrieved 2008-12-23.. Arthur Krams)..imdb.

and George Raft. . Red Skelton. Jr. Cesar Romero. Peter Lawford Joey Bishop Angie Dickinson Nelson Riddle Starring Music by Cinematography William H. followed by a pair of sequels. Anderson Warner Bros. the film's other stars included Angie Dickinson. Daniels Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Philip W. Andy García and Julia Roberts (among others) was released in 2001. Ilka Chase. Henry Silva. Jr. August 10. Harry Wilson.Ocean's 11 (1960 film) 18 Ocean's 11 (1960 film) Ocean's 11 Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Story by Lewis Milestone Lewis Milestone Harry Brown Charles Lederer George Clayton Johnson Jack Golden Russell Frank Sinatra Dean Martin Sammy Davis. A remake. as well as cameo appearances by Shirley MacLaine. and Buddy Lester. 1960 127 minutes United States English Ocean's 11 is a 1960 heist film directed by Lewis Milestone and starring five Rat Packers: Peter Lawford. Akim Tamiroff. directed by Steven Soderbergh. and Joey Bishop. Richard Conte. starring George Clooney. Norman Fell. Frank Sinatra. Matt Damon.. Sammy Davis. Dean Martin. Brad Pitt.[1] Centered on a series of Las Vegas casino robberies.

the Sands marquee can be seen in the background featuring the performers' names. Frank Sinatra not only filmed his scenes in "Ocean's" but also a cameo appearance in the film Pepe along with performing on stage during the evenings at The Sands hotel. As soon as the lights come back on. Sam Harmon (Martin) entertains in one of the hotel's lounges. while everyone in every Vegas casino is singing "Auld Lang Syne" the tower is blown up and Vegas goes dark. "Ocean's 11" is considered to be the first of the Rat Pack films.[2] Sinatra became interested in the idea and a variety of different writers worked on the project. Lawford eventually bought the rights in 1958 imagining William Holden in the lead. the thieves stroll out of the casinos. as with "Ocean's 11. Tony Bergdorf (Conte). Sands. demanding half of their take. Sammy Davis. In desperation. The group plans to take back the rest of the money. and The Flamingo) on a single night. Their ace electrician.000 set aside for the widow (Willes). let's pull the job!"[2] Shot on location in Las Vegas. the money is hidden in Bergdorf's coffin. who wonder if there is any connection. Shot during the day and the wee hours of the morning on and around the Las Vegas strip. Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop joined him at the Sands on stage during filming. Santos pieces together the puzzle by the time Bergdorf's body arrives at the mortuary. Jr. Desert Inn. who is the son of Duke's fiancee. Riviera. has a heart attack in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip and drops dead. Reformed gangster Duke Santos (Romero) offers to recover the casino bosses' money for a price.Ocean's 11 (1960 film) 19 Plot A gang of World War II 82nd Airborne veterans are recruited by Danny Ocean (Sinatra) and Jimmy Foster (Lawford) to rob five different Las Vegas casinos (Sahara. Sinatra joked "Forget the movie. . They dump the bags of loot into hotel's garbage bins. 4 For Texas and Robin and the 7 Hoods. Demolition charges are planted on an electrical transmission tower and the backup electrical systems are covertly rewired in each casino. go back inside and mingle with the crowds. Filming Peter Lawford was first told of the basic story of the film by director Gilbert Kay who had heard the idea from a gas station attendant. The gang plans the elaborate New Year's Eve heist with the precision of a military operation. after the coffin is shipped to San Francisco.. Josh Howard (Davis) takes a job driving a garbage truck while others work to scope out the various casinos. with $10. This raises the suspicions of police. A garbage truck driven by Josh picks up the bags and passes through the police blockade. The inside men sneak into the cashier cages and collect the money. Martin and Davis—each. When Lawford first told Sinatra of the story. This film formed a framework for subsequent vehicles tailored around Sinatra. He learns of Ocean being in town and his connection to Foster. During the crime film's iconic closing shot. where the body is cremated – along with all the money. but it is not the first in which its members appear together. This plan backfires when the funeral home talks Bergdorf's widow into having the funeral in Las Vegas. Dean Martin. The backup electrical systems open the cashier cages instead of powering the emergency lights. making no payoff to Santos." with a number in its title: Sergeants 3. Santos confronts the thieves. At exactly midnight. It appears to have gone off without a hitch.

George Raft played a casino owner and Red Skelton appeared as himself. Restes Jean Willes as Gracie Bergdorf Hank Henry as Mr. An unidentified actor is briefly seen at a distance mouthing his words. Richard Boone makes a cameo by voice only as the minister delivering the eulogy near the end of the film. and Jackie Gleason were also offered cameo roles. It has been rumored that Milton Berle. Judy Garland. Henry Silva as Roger Corneal 8. Jr. Peter Lawford as Jimmy Foster 5. Buddy Lester as Vince Massler 9. Clem Harvey as Louis Jackson Others • • • • • • • • • Angie Dickinson as Beatrice Ocean Cesar Romero as Duke Santos Patrice Wymore as Adele Elkstrom Akim Tamiroff as Spyros Acebos Ilka Chase as Mrs. Richard Benedict as Curly Steffans 10. Frank Sinatra as Danny Ocean 2. Dean Martin as Sam Harmon 3. Norman Fell as Peter Rheimer 11. Joey Bishop as Mushy O'Connors 7. . Tony Curtis. Richard Conte as Tony Bergdorf 6. Kelly Lew Galo as Jealous Young Man Robert Foulk as Sheriff Wimmer Cameos • • • • Shirley Maclaine as Tipsy Woman George Raft as Jack Strager (Casino Owner) Red Skelton as Himself Richard Boone as The Minister (Voice) Cameo appearances Shirley MacLaine took a break from filming The Apartment to shoot a scene with Dean Martin as a tipsy woman who interrupts him during the heist. but did not appear.Ocean's 11 (1960 film) 20 Cast Ocean's 11 1. Sammy Davis. as Josh Howard 4.

[2] pp.117–121 Levy. Reuben Tishkoff. page 6. One character. even makes a comment to the movie's main antagonist regarding a code of conduct between men who "shook Sinatra's hand.com/tcmdb/title. as well as one of their strongest and most popular films.com/work/35930) at Allmovie • TCM notes http://www. Brad Pitt and Matt Damon signalled the start of a lucrative franchise.jsp?stid=18360&category=Notes .allmovie." The plot of the Deep Space Nine episode "Badda-Bing Badda-Bang" closely resembles that of the film. Ocean's Eleven has been hailed as the definitive outing for The Rat Pack. "Maudlin's Eleven. The last of these sequels references Sinatra. 1960. August 10. "This Town". The iconic image of the gang was emulated by Quentin Tarantino in Reservoir Dogs (1992) while a remake starring George Clooney. in featuring one of his songs.com/title/tt0054135/) at the Internet Movie Database • Ocean's Eleven (http://www." SCTV created its own parody.tcm.Ocean's 11 (1960 film) 21 In popular culture Often referenced over the years. Shawn Rat Pack Confidential 1998 Fourth Estate Ltd External links • Ocean's Eleven (http://www. Ocean's Twelve in 2004 and Ocean's Thirteen in 2007. References [1] Variety film review. the original Ocean.imdb. Two sequels to the remake were made.

. with some songs replaced by songs from earlier Porter musicals. It was. Frank Sinatra. Daniels Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Robert L. Simpson Twentieth Century-Fox March 9. Sinatra. produced by Jack Cummings and Saul Chaplin. Wheeler. the top grossing film of 1960. The film starred Shirley MacLaine. Maurice Chevalier and introduced Juliet Prowse in her first film role. loosely based on the musical play by Abe Burrows with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. who was paid $200.000 along with a percentage of the film's profits. from a screenplay by Dorothy Kingsley and Charles Lederer.Can-Can (film) 22 Can-Can (film) Can-Can Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Walter Lang Jack Cummings Saul Chaplin Dorothy Kingsley Charles Lederer Abe Burrows(play) Shirley MacLaine Frank Sinatra Louis Jourdan Maurice Chevalier Juliet Prowse Marcel Dalio Cole Porter (Composer Music Score) Nelson Riddle (Musical Direction) Starring Music by Cinematography William H. 1960 131 minutes United States English Can-Can is a 1960 musical film made by Suffolk-Cummings productions and distributed by 20th Century Fox. Art direction was by Jack Martin Smith and Lyle R. Louis Jourdan. It was directed by Walter Lang. costume design by Irene Sharaff and dance staging by Hermes Pan. The film was photographed in Todd-AO. acted in the film under a contractual obligation required by 20th Century Fox after walking off the set of Carousel in 1954. after Ben-Hur.

1961: • Winner . In the stage version. Plot alterations The plotline of the musical was also revised. it is the lover (Sinatra) of the nightclub owner (Shirley MacLaine) who is the lead. "National Affairs: Can-Can Without Pants?" TIME Magazine (http:/ / www. many critics complained that Porter was now turning out material far below his usual standard." (At the time of the show's premiere in 1953. more famous Porter songs." Oddly enough. "I Love Paris" is sung by the chorus over the opening credits. American culture as "depraved" and "pornographic. html) [2] Linnell.869193. "It's All Right With Me". He took the opportunity to make propagandistic use of his visit and described the dance. usask. 1961: • Nominated Best Motion Picture. International controversy During the filming. "Just One of Those Things" and "You Do Something to Me. including "I Love Paris". Greg. html) [3] http:/ / www. com/ time/ magazine/ article/ 0. instead of being sung in the actual story by Sinatra.Best Original Music Score Golden Globe Awards. and by extension. and the judge (played by Louis Jourdan) forms the other half of a love triangle not found in the play. A version by Sinatra.Best Motion Picture Soundtrack External links • Can-Can [3] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] Time Staff (September 21 1959). was featured on the movie soundtrack album. ca/ relst/ jrpc/ art12-goodandbad-print.Can-Can (film) 23 Musical score The film contains what critics now consider some of Cole Porter's most enduring songs.00. however. Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev famously visited the 20th Century Fox studios[1] and was allegedly shocked by the goings-on. 1961: • Nominated . however. imdb." [2] Awards and nominations Academy Awards. the judge was the leading character. including "Let's Do It". com/ title/ tt0053690/ . and "C'est Magnifique.Best Costume Design • Nominated . "'Applauding the Good and Condemning the Bad': The Christian Herald and Varieties of Protestant Response to Hollywood in the 1950s" Journal of Religion and Popular Culture Vol.) Some of the songs from the original Broadway musical were replaced by other. 12: Spring 2006 (http:/ / www. time.9171. Musical Grammy Awards. In the film.

1960 125 minutes United States English $3 million $25 million The Apartment is a 1960 American comedy-drama film produced and directed by Billy Wilder. Promises.A. Promises. The film was nominated for 10 Academy Awards. It was Wilder's follow-up to the enormously popular Some Like It Hot and.The Apartment 24 The Apartment The Apartment original film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Billy Wilder Billy Wilder • • • • • • Billy Wilder I. and starring Jack Lemmon. and Fred MacMurray. and won five. including Best Picture. was a commercial and critical hit. . Diamond Jack Lemmon Shirley MacLaine Fred MacMurray Jack Kruschen Music by Adolph Deutsch Cinematography Joseph LaShelle Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Daniel Mandell The Mirisch Company United Artists June 15. It was later adapted as a Broadway musical. Shirley MacLaine. with a book by Neil Simon. grossing $25 million at the box office. music by Burt Bacharach and lyrics by Hal David.L. like its predecessor.

fires her. Miss Kubelik recuperates in Baxter's apartment under his care for two days. Meanwhile. but is willing to forgive Miss Kubelik. angered at his secretary for sharing the truth with Miss Kubelik. At a Christmas Eve office party. Delighted about his promotion. Baxter finally takes a stand when Sheldrake demands the apartment for another liaison with Miss Kubelik on New Year's Eve. Baxter asks Miss Kubelik to meet him at the theatre. in the midst of packing to move out. he leaves to return to his family. At the apartment. Unhappy with the situation. The four managers write glowing reports about Baxter — so glowing that personnel director Mr.C. Baxter (Jack Lemmon) is a lonely office drone for an insurance company in New York City. Meanwhile Baxter's neighbors assume he is a "good time Charlie" who brings home a different drunken woman every night. Miss Kubelik confronts Sheldrake with this information. though she is largely uninterested. a depressed Baxter picks up a woman in a local bar and. . she is instead charmed by Sheldrake to Baxter's apartment. is shocked to find Miss Kubelik in his bed. In order to climb the corporate ladder. is bewildered by her appearance and her insistence on resuming their earlier game of gin rummy. Baxter sends his bar pickup home and enlists the help of his neighbour. the secretary herself having filled that role several years earlier. When he declares his love for her. partly out of spite. She retaliates by telling his wife about his infidelities. fully clothed and overdosed on Jack Lemmon as C. upon returning to the apartment. which results in Baxter quitting the firm. Sheldrake moves into a room at his athletic club and continues to string Miss Kubelik along while he enjoys his newfound bachelorhood. but unwilling to challenge the managers. C. which Baxter concedes without revealing Sheldrake's involvement. Though she intends to break off the affair that night. she is in reality Sheldrake's mistress. Baxter is disappointed at being stood up. during which he tries to entertain and distract her from any further suicidal thoughts. The brother-in-law also assumes the worst of Baxter and punches him several times. though he conceals this realization. Sheldrake. and while he maintains that he genuinely loves her. Baxter and Miss Kubelik's absence from work is noted and commented on. he avoids any further involvement. The doctor makes various assumptions about Miss Kubelik and Baxter. Sheldrake gives Baxter two tickets to the Broadway musical The Music Man to ensure his absence. Baxter allows four company managers to use his Upper West Side apartment for their various extramarital liaisons. with Baxter's former "customers" assuming that Baxter and Miss Kubelik were having an affair.The Apartment 25 Plot C. since he has been denying them access since his arrangement with Sheldrake. Baxter. For her part. she realizes that Baxter is the man who truly loves her and runs to his apartment. talking her into playing numerous hands of gin rummy. Baxter later telephones Sheldrake and informs him of the situation. while hoping to catch the eye of fetching elevator operator Fran Kubelik (Shirley MacLaine). starting that night. Baxter discovers the relationship between Sheldrake and Miss Kubelik. in reviving Miss Kubelik without notifying the authorities. her reply is the now-famous final line of the film: "Shut up and deal". Baxter accepts their criticism rather than reveal the truth. Baxter and Shirley MacLaine as Fran Kubelik Baxter's sleeping pills. a physician. Miss Kubelik learns from Sheldrake's secretary that she is merely the latest female employee to be his mistress. while Sheldrake professes gratitude for Baxter's quiet handling of the matter. however. leading to the breakup of the marriage. Miss Kubelik's taxi-driver brother-in-law comes looking for her and two of the customers cheerfully direct him to Baxter's apartment. Baxter juggles their conflicting demands. She agrees. Sheldrake (Fred MacMurray) suspects something illicit behind the praise. Sheldrake lets Baxter's promotion go unchallenged on the condition that he be allowed to use the apartment as well. When Miss Kubelik hears of this from Sheldrake.

actress Joan Bennett. He used items from thrift stores and [2] even some of Wilder's own furniture for the set. successively smaller people and desks were placed to the back of the room ending up with dwarfs. The set appeared to be a long room full of desks and workers. Mildred Dreyfuss Johnny Seven as Karl Matuschka Joyce Jameson as the blonde in the bar Willard Waterman as Mr.[3] [4] [5] .A. Sheldrake Ray Walston as Joe Dobisch Jack Kruschen as Dr. In another scene where Lemmon was supposed to mime being punched. Diamond wished to make another film with Jack Lemmon. Billy Wilder and I. He also caught a cold when one scene on a park bench was filmed in sub-zero weather. which was first heard in the 1949 film The Romantic Age. Wilder chose to use the shot of the genuine punch in the film. "Bud" Baxter Shirley MacLaine as Fran Kubelik Fred MacMurray as Jeff D. However. During the affair. The "Theme from the Apartment" was written by Charles Williams and was originally titled "Jealous Lover". he failed to move correctly and was accidentally knocked down. he allowed Jack Lemmon to improvise in two scenes: in one scene he squirted a bottle of nose drops across the room and in another he sang while making a meal of spaghetti.C. The initial concept for the film came from Brief Encounter by Noel Coward. Fred MacMurray was cast. due to the Hays Production Code. Art director Alexandre Trauner used forced perspective to create the set of a large insurance company office. Lang used a low-level employee's apartment. Wilder had originally planned to cast Paul Douglas as Jeff Sheldrake. Although Wilder generally required his actors to adhere exactly to the script.[1] Another element of the plot was based on the experience of one of Diamond's friends who returned home after breaking up with his girlfriend to find that she had committed suicide in his bed. in which the main character used a friend's apartment to meet with a married woman. Margie MacDougall Joan Shawlee as Sylvia Naomi Stevens as Mrs.The Apartment 26 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Jack Lemmon as C. Eichelberger Edie Adams as Miss Olsen Production Immediately following the success of Some Like It Hot. Dreyfuss David Lewis as Al Kirkeby Hope Holiday as Mrs. after he died unexpectedly. however. Wilder and Diamond also based the film partially on a Hollywood scandal in which high-powered agent Jennings Lang was shot by producer Walter Wanger for having an affair with Wanger's wife. Vanderhoff David White as Mr. Wilder was unable to make a film about adultery in the 1940s. He designed the set of Baxter's apartment to appear smaller and shabbier than the spacious apartments that usually appeared in films of the day. however.L.

According to the behind-the-scenes feature on the American Beauty DVD. The film has a 91% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In 2002. historically. Due to its themes of infidelity and adultery. The New York Times film critic Bosley Crowther enjoyed the film. at the 2000 Awards.[6] According to Fred MacMurray. However. In 1994. Sawyer Although Jack Lemmon did not win. "A gleeful. Diamond and Billy Wilder Nominated Jack Kruschen Won Edward G. L. giving it four stars out of four. Sam Mendes. the film rose on the AFI's Top 100 list to #80. In 2007. The film appears at #93 on the influential American Film Institute list of Top 100 Films. had watched The Apartment (among other classic American films) as inspiration in preparation for shooting his film.[2] 33rd Academy Awards (Oscars) – 1960 The Apartment received 10 Academy Award nominations and won 5 Academy Awards. Boyle and Alexandre Trauner Nominated Joseph LaShelle Won Daniel Mandell Nominated Gordon E.The Apartment 27 Reception At the time of release. calling it. Other awards and honors The Apartment also won the BAFTA Award for Best Film from any Source and Lemmon and MacLaine both won a BAFTA and a Golden Globe each for their performances. and even sentimental film. The Apartment was deemed "culturally. A. Kevin Spacey dedicated his Oscar for American Beauty to Lemmon's performance. a poll of film directors done by Sight and Sound magazine listed it as the 14th greatest film of all time (tied with La Dolce Vita). based on 43 reviews.[8] In 2006. as well as at #20 on their list of 100 Laughs and at #62 on their 100 Passions list. Story and Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Best Supporting Actor Best Art Direction-Set Decoration (Black and White) Best Cinematography (Black and White) Best Film Editing Best Sound Result Won Won Billy Wilder Billy Wilder Nominee Nominated Jack Lemmon Nominated Shirley MacLaine Won I. It initially received some negative reviews for its content. or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. with Ebert adding it to his "Great Movies" list. the film was a critical and commercial success. making $25 million at the box office and receiving a range of positive reviews. . there was some criticism. the film was controversial for its time. tender. after the film's release he was accosted by a strange woman in the street who berated him for making a "dirty filthy movie" and hit him with her purse." Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert and ReelViews film critic James Berardinelli both praised the film. Premiere voted this film as one of "The 50 Greatest Comedies Of All Time". the film's director.[7] Award Best Motion Picture Best Director Best Actor Best Actress Best Writing. Film critic Hollis Alpert of the Saturday Review called it "a dirty fairy tale".

allmovie.com [5] Adoph Deutsch's "The Apartment" w/ Andre Previn's "The Fortune Cookie" (http:/ / www.The rest of the directors' list (https:/ / www.-The. [3] 5107 Charles Williams & The Queen's Hall Light Orchestra at GuildMusic. Charlotte.rottentomatoes. com/ notes/ apartment. Retrieved 2008-12-23.imsdb.jsp?stid=16634) at the TCM Movie Database • The Apartment (http://www. bfi. Archived from Charles Williams at GuildMusic. htm). [8] BFI | Sight & Sound | Top Ten Poll 2002 . . com/ movie/ 2667/ The-Apartment/ awards). NY Times. An Undervalued American Classic (http:/ / www. com/ light/ catalogue/ 5107.com/m/1001115-apartment/) at Rotten Tomatoes • The Apartment (http://www. html?pagewanted=1). 28 References [1] Billy Wilder Interviews: Conversations with Filmmakers Series [2] Chandler.com/work/2667) at Allmovie • The Apartment (http://tcmdb. com/ apt. filmscoremonthly. The New York Times. nytimes. html) FilmScoreMonthly.The Apartment The Apartment was the last film shot entirely in black-and-white to win the Academy Award for Best Picture (1993's Schindler's List contained some color sequences). 2000-06-18.com/title/title. htm) Kritzerland. nytimes.imdb. [7] "NY Times: The Apartment" (http:/ / movies. com/ 2000/ 06/ 18/ movies/ film-an-undervalued-american-classic. html) External links • The Apartment (http://www.com [6] Fuller. Nobody's perfect: Billy Wilder : a personal biography.com/title/tt0053604/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Apartment (http://www. org/ web/ 20080224234735/ http:/ / www.com (http:/ / www.com (http:/ / web. com/ light/ catalogue/ 5135. kritzerland. FSM: The Apartment (http:/ / www. archive.com/scripts/Apartment.html) script at the Internet Movie Script Database . htm) [4] Eldridge. guildmusic. Jeff. Graham. uk/ sightandsound/ topten/ poll/ directors-long. org. guildmusic.

1961 107 minutes United States English $3. whom she blackmails when she discovers her stealing another . Plot Former college classmates Martha Dobie (Shirley MacLaine) and Karen Wright (Audrey Hepburn) open a private school for girls in New England. Mary is a spoiled. a reputable OB/GYN. conniving child who often bullies her classmates.[1] is a remake of These Three. Shirley MacLaine. Karen finally agrees to set a wedding date. and James Garner. The film starred Audrey Hepburn.The Children's Hour (film) 29 The Children's Hour (film) The Children's Hour Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by William Wyler William Wyler John Michael Hayes (screenplay) Lillian Hellman (Play) Audrey Hepburn Shirley MacLaine James Garner Alex North Starring Music by Cinematography Franz Planer Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Robert Swink United Artists December 19. Joe is related to wealthy Amelia Tilford (Fay Bainter). Martha's Aunt Lily (Miriam Hopkins). whose granddaughter Mary (Karen Balkin) is a student at the school. After two years of engagement to Joe Cardin (James Garner). lives with the two of them and teaches elocution. The screenplay by John Michael Hayes is based on the 1934 play of the same title by Lillian Hellman. an aging actress.6 million The Children's Hour is a 1961 American drama film directed by William Wyler. also directed by Wyler. particularly Rosalie Wells (Veronica Cartwright). The film. released as The Loudest Whisper in the United Kingdom.

Karen walks away alone. However. In her absence. Feeling the damage to their lives cannot be undone. Tilford for libel and slander but lose their case. Karen angrily confronts Mrs. When the story is circulated by the local media. and suggests going somewhere far away to start a new life together. who rapidly withdraw their daughters from the school. Martha tells Karen she would rather talk about it in the morning and Karen leaves the house to take a walk. Martha hangs herself. she briefly talks to Martha about their future. Only Joe keeps in contact with them. she finally realized she loves her. they not only will be cleared of all charges but will be well-compensated for the trouble she caused. leaving Karen and Martha mystified about the sudden exodus. a tale based on fragments of a quarrel Mary's roommates accidentally overheard. The two women sue Mrs. including the bracelet Mary used to blackmail her. Burton Sally Brophy as Rosalie's mother Hope Summers as Agatha . When Martha learns about the break-up. together with Joe and Martha. Karen punishes her by refusing to let her attend the weekend's boat races. Rosalie's mother (Sally Brophy) discovers a cache of stolen items. while Joe watches her from the distance. and the woman immediately informs the other parents. When one father finally explains what is happening. and he offers to take them away and start a new life. Karen refuses to accept the apology. She apologizes for her actions and assures them if the court case is reopened.The Children's Hour (film) student's bracelet. Furious. the reputation of the two teachers is destroyed. Joe Cardin Miriam Hopkins as Lily Mortar Fay Bainter as Amelia Tilford Karen Balkin as Mary Tilford Veronica Cartwright as Rosalie Wells Mimi Gibson as Evelyn William Mims as Mr. When Mary is caught in a lie. Tilford. claiming she needs time to think everything over. At her funeral. and the two girls are questioned. and he asks her if the rumors are true. his trust in Karen is shaken. She tells her grandmother she observed the two women kissing each other. upon hearing the false accusation. In the ensuing quarrel. Mrs. among her daughter's belongings. Mary repeats her story and coerces Rosalie into corroborating the lie. the young girl exacts her revenge by inventing a story about Martha and Karen being involved in a lesbian relationship. Karen ends their engagement. 30 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • Audrey Hepburn as Karen Wright Shirley MacLaine as Martha Dobie James Garner as Dr. she confesses she always had felt more than friendship for Karen and. Afterwards. Tilford learns that the story was a fabrication and visits the two teachers.

James Garner as the fiancé of Miss Hepburn and Miriam Hopkins as the aunt of Miss MacLaine give performances of such artificial laboring that Mr. Shirley MacLaine said she and Audrey Hepburn never talked about their characters' alleged homosexuality. Wyler should hang his head in shame. They have not let us know what the youngster whispered to the grandmother that made her hoot with startled indignation and go rushing to the telephone . Shirley MacLaine as the older school teacher . Because the Production Code refused to allow Goldman to use the play's original title. "Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine . and screenwriter John Michael Hayes discreetly restored the suggestion of lesbianism without blatantly referring to it. to win his release from the television series Maverick. What's more. there are several glaring holes in the fabric of the plot. So this drama that was supposed to be so novel and daring because of its muted theme is really quite unrealistic and scandalous in a prim and priggish way. . retaining substantial portions of her dialogue. and obviously Miss Hellman. who wrote the script. and Garner steadily appeared in films and television shows over the following decades. marvelous projection and emotional understatement result in a memorable portrayal. Aside from having Martha hang rather than shoot herself as she had in the play. inclines to be too kittenish in some scenes and do too much vocal hand-wringing toward the end . MacLaine's enactment is almost equally rich in depth and substance. adding "The performances range from adequate (Balkin's) to exquisite (MacLaine's). it is not too well acted. Hepburn's soft sensitivity. the mention of homosexuality on stage was illegal in New York State.The Children's Hour (film) 31 Production Lillian Hellman's play was inspired by the true story of two Scottish school teachers whose lives were destroyed when one of their students accused them of engaging in a lesbian relationship. In the 1996 documentary film The Celluloid Closet. who portrays Lily Mortar in the remake. for they have plainly sidestepped the biggest of them. beautifully complement each other.[3] Because the Hays Code in effect at the time would never permit a film to focus on or even hint at lesbianism."[7] TV Guide rated the film 3½ out of four stars. Indeed.[3] By the time Wyler was ready to film the remake. The film's location shooting was done at the historic Shadow Ranch. who did the adaptation. Samuel Goldwyn was the only producer interested in purchasing the rights. . . but authorities chose to overlook its subject matter when the Broadway production was acclaimed by the critics. . knew they were there. and then These Three. . . The film was James Garner's first after suing Warner Bros. [4] [5] Critical reception Bosley Crowther of the New York Times observed. . and the playwright changed the lie about the two school teachers being lovers into a rumor that one of them had slept with the other's fiancé. except by Audrey Hepburn in the role of the younger of the school teachers . . he remained faithful to Hellman's work. And they have not let us into the courtroom where the critical suit for slander was tried. . and John Michael Hayes. times had changed significantly and the Hays Code no longer was in effect. in present day West Hills of the western San Fernando Valley. appeared as Martha in These Three. Wyler broke an unofficial blacklist of the actor by casting him. She also claimed Wyler cut some scenes hinting at her character's love for Hepburn because of concerns about critical reaction to the film. it was changed to The Lie. They have only reported the trial and the verdict in one quickly tossed off line. Miriam Hopkins. . there is nothing about this picture of which he can be very proud.[2] At the time."[8] . “ In short. He signed Hellman to adapt her play for the screen. [6] ” Variety said.

org/ dos/ historic/ shadow. tvguide. html [6] New York Times review (http:/ / movies.allmovie.imdb. scotsman.jsp?stid=70824) at the TCM Movie Database The Children's Hour (http://www. jp) [3] http:/ / www. htm) [5] http:/ / bigorangelandmarks. Boyle) Academy Award for Best Sound (Gordon E.google. Sawyer) Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama (Shirley Maclaine) Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture (Fay Bainter) Golden Globe Award for Best Director Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing . nytimes. com/ 2007/ 03/ no-9-shadow-ranch. blogspot.The Children's Hour (film) 32 Nominations • • • • • • • • • Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (Fay Bainter) Academy Award for Best Black-and-White Cinematography (Franz Planer) Academy Award for Best Black-and-White Costume Design (Dorothy Jeakins) Academy Award for Best Black-and-White Art Direction (Fernando Carrere and Edward G. com/ review/ VE1117789870. html?categoryid=31& cs=1) [8] TV Guide review (http:/ / movies. uk/ features/ audrey/ childrens_hour. com/ great-edinburgh-scandals/ Drumsheugh-Lesbian-sex-row-rocked.com/title/title.rottentomatoes. variety. laparks.com/ videosearch?q="archive+of+american+television+interview+with+james+garner") . although that did not change the devastation upon their lives. they eventually won their suit.com/title/tt0054743/) at the Internet Movie Database The Children's Hour (http://www. html) [2] But in the Scottish case.Feature Film References [1] British Film Institute website (http:/ / www. 5013092.com/work/9300) at Allmovie The Children's Hour (http://tcmdb. org. bfi.com/m/childrens_hour/) at Rotten Tomatoes James Garner interview at the Archive of American Television (http://video. Lesbian sex row rocked society (http:/ / edinburghnews. tcm. com/ movie/ review?res=9D07EEDA1338E63ABC4D52DFB5668389679EDE) [7] Variety review (http:/ / www. com/ childrens-hour/ review/ 110808) External links • • • • • The Children's Hour (http://www. com/ thismonth/ article/ ?cid=18608& rss=mrqe These Three at Turner Classic Movies [4] (http:/ / www.

Tony discovers that the young lady in question. Kingsley Rex Evans as Carter Mary Treen as Miss Schuster . Charles Ruggles as Dr. Sr.All in a Night's Work (film) 33 All in a Night's Work (film) All in a Night's Work Directed by Produced by Starring Joseph Anthony Hal Wallis Dean Martin Shirley MacLaine Cliff Robertson Charles Ruggles Howard A.and the board's insistence that Katie be silenced at all costs. The board decrees that he must send in the detective to watch her and head off any attempts at blackmail. Smith Editing by Distributed by Paramount Pictures Release date(s) 1961 Running time Country Language 94 minutes United States English All in a Night's Work is a 1961 romantic screwball comedy starring Dean Martin and Shirley MacLaine. wearing a nothing but a Turkish towel and an earring. plus a hotel detective who thinks Tony should know about a girl who was seen running away from his uncle's Palm Beach hotel room. and directed by Joseph Anthony. the wealthy owner of a newspaper. But the more time Tony spends trying to get Katie to open up about what her relationship to his uncle was. Katie Robbins. Plot Tony Ryder's uncle. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Dean Martin as Tony Ryder Shirley MacLaine as Katie Robbins Cliff Robertson as Warren Kingsley. the less he cares. Robbins's fiance -. on the night of his death. Jr. Complications ensue in the form of Ms. is employed in his own research department. (billed as Charlie Ruggles) Norma Crane as Marge Coombs Jack Weston as Lasker John Hudson as Harry Lane Jerome Cowan as Sam Weaver Gale Gordon as Oliver Dunnin Ralph Dumke as Baker Mabel Albertson as Mrs.he's a straight-laced veterinarian -. Warren Kingsley. The young playboy Tony inherits the paper but is left with a board of directors that thinks he's unsuited for the task. has just died.

imdb.All in a Night's Work (film) • Roy Gordon as Albright • Ian Wolfe as O'Hara 34 External links • All in a Night's Work [1] at the Internet Movie Database • All in a Night's Work [2] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 1598 . com/ title/ tt0054615/ [2] http:/ / www. allmovie.

imdb. It was entered into the 11th Berlin International Film Festival. Retrieved 2010-01-24. External links • Two Loves (http://www.Whareparita Ronald Long .Abercrombie Nobu McCarthy .Mrs.com: Awards for Two Loves" (http:/ / www. .Anna Vorontosov Laurence Harvey .Two Loves 35 Two Loves Two Loves Directed by Produced by Written by Charles Walters Julian Blaustein Sylvia Ashton-Warner Ben Maddow Shirley MacLaine Starring Cinematography Joseph Ruttenberg Editing by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Fredric Steinkamp 21 June 1961 96 minutes United States English Two Loves is a 1961 American drama film directed by Charles Walters.Paul Lathrope Jack Hawkins . imdb.Headmaster Reardon Norah Howard .com.[1] Cast • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine . Cutter Juano Hernandez . imdb. com/ title/ tt0055557/ awards).com/title/tt0055557/) at the Internet Movie Database .Rauhuia References [1] "IMDB.

At a party he meets Gittel Mosca (MacLaine). He is struggling with the divorce. They instantly connect. he has moved to a shabby apartment in New York. and begin to fall in love. It was adapted from a Broadway play of the same name. . written by William Gibson. and Jerry has difficulty separating himself emotionally from his wife. McCord Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Stuart Gilmore United Artists November 21. a struggling dancer. and takes long walks at night.Two for the Seesaw 36 Two for the Seesaw Two for the Seesaw Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Robert Wise Walter Mirisch William Gibson Isobel Lennart Robert Mitchum Shirley MacLaine Edmon Ryan Elisabeth Fraser Eddie Firestone André Previn Music by Cinematography Ted D. He helps Gittel rent a loft for a dance studio. But the relationship is hampered by their differences in background and temperament. 1962 119 minutes United States English Two for the Seesaw is a 1962 romance-drama film directed by Robert Wise and starring Robert Mitchum and Shirley MacLaine. Jerry gets a job with a New York law firm and prepares to take the bar examination. But their relationship is stormy. which has been filed but is not final. Gittel has a fling with an old boyfriend. which she rents out to other dancers. To get away from it all. Plot summary Jerry Ryan (Mitchum) is a lawyer from Nebraska who has recently separated from his wife.

but Gittel is upset when she learns that the divorce came through and Jerry did not tell her about it. References [1] Newman. Paul.imdb. Paul Newman was originally slated to star opposite Elizabeth Taylor in the film. Second Chance. 37 Production notes Henry Fonda and Anne Bancroft appeared in the original Broadway production of the play upon which this movie was based. Jerry explains that even though he is divorced from his former wife on paper.com/work/51448) at Allmovie • Two for the Seesaw (http://tcmdb. Newman was freed up to take the role of "Fast Eddie" Felson in The Hustler.allmovie.com/title/title. they continue bonded in many ways. went on to become a pop music and jazz standard. When Taylor was forced to drop out because of shooting overruns on Cleopatra.jsp?stid=94194) at the TCM Movie Database .[1] The title tune and soundtrack. Jerry decides to return to Nebraska.com/title/tt0056626/) at the Internet Movie Database • Two for the Seesaw (http://www. DVD commentary. recorded by Ella Fitzgerald and other artists. The Hustler External links • Two for the Seesaw (http://www.Two for the Seesaw They prepare to move in together nevertheless.

and Edward G. As a surprise. a famous director. as a blue eyed. Robinson Franz Waxman Music by Cinematography Shunichiro Nakao Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Paramount Pictures 1962 119 minutes United States English My Geisha is a 1962 American comedy film directed by Jack Cardiff. because she. including her husband. starring Yves Montand. By choosing to film Madame Butterfly. and she is more famous than he. wants to shoot a film in Japan inspired by Madama Butterfly. based on Krasna's story of the same name. Shirley MacLaine. Robinson. she decides that she will audition for the role of Butterfly. red headed woman. He feels that she overshadows him and he would like to achieve success independent of her. planning to unveil her identity during the meal. His wife. she disguises herself as a geisha at a dinner party. But she is delighted to discover that everyone at the dinner party. . but that the studio will know and therefore give him the budget he needs to make the film he wants. without telling her husband.My Geisha 38 My Geisha My Geisha Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Jack Cardiff Steve Parker Norman Krasna Shirley MacLaine Yves Montand Edward G. has been the leading lady in all of his greatest films. an actress named Lucy Dell (MacLaine). When she learns that the studio has decided to only give her husband enough funds to film the movie in black and white because there are no big stars in the film. and released by Paramount Pictures. Plot Paul Robaix (Montand). he can select a different leading lady without hurting her feelings. The film was produced by MacLaine's then-husband Steve Parker. To surprise him further. and written by Norman Krasna. would not be suitable to play a Japanese woman. she visits him in Japan while he's searching for a leading lady. believes her to be a Japanese woman.

with the colors reversed. he becomes furious. Alperson Doane Harrison Alexandre Trauner Billy Wilder I. thinking of the lessons she learned from playing a geisha. To retaliate. Yoko. thinking she is doing it to steal credit from him so that once again he will not get the artistic praise he craves. 39 External links • My Geisha [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www.My Geisha She gets the part and is wonderful. Paul believing she will betray him and Lucy believing that Paul was going to sleep with Yoko. he decides to proposition Yoko. which will astound Hollywood and practically guarantee her an Oscar. tells everyone that Yoko went into a convent and will no longer be performing. even with herself. A. She worries that he could cheat on her. For the stage musical. appears as herself.. and decides to divorce him when the film is over. A. She and her husband reconcile when he informs Lucy that he knew she was Yoko. to reveal Yoko's true identity. he figures out her duplicity and. see Irma La Douce (musical) Irma la Douce Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Billy Wilder Billy Wilder I. L. and wishes his wife could be more like her. Diamond Edward L. at the end of the premiere. imdb. Greatly distressed. she flees.. When viewing the film's negatives. Their "reunion" before the premiere is cold. com/ title/ tt0056267/ Irma la Douce This article is about the film. Diamond Alexandre Breffort (play) Louis Jourdan Jack Lemmon Shirley MacLaine Written by Narrated by Starring . He starts having feelings for her alter ego. Her original plan was. and keeps her identity secret. L. Instead. she takes off her geisha makeup.

a man known only as "Moustache". "The jails are full with innocent people because they told the truth" the barkeep claims. and with Moustache's help. Nestor's plans to keep Irma off the streets soon backfire and she becomes suspicious. who is Nestor's superior. Nestor finds a secluded stretch along the river Seine and tosses his disguise into it. Nestor finds himself drawn to the very neighborhood of Paris that ended his career with the Paris police .Irma la Douce Music by André Previn 40 Cinematography Joseph LaShelle Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Daniel Mandell The Mirisch Corporation United Artists June 5. When Irma decides to leave Paris with the fictitious Lord X. Kicked off the force and humiliated. Learning that Irma is very pregnant. . he emerges. "Lord X". he says. an attorney and a doctor. a seemingly ordinary barkeep. He also reluctantly accepts. Jealous of the thought of Irma with other men. Nestor invents an alter-ego. a popular prostitute. so he fires Nestor who is conveniently framed for bribery. Moustache (Lou Jacobi). Arrested by the police. has been aware of those prostitutes but let them off by accepting bribes. Nestor simply blends in with the other policemen. Hauled off to jail.claiming to have been. hard labor. Nestor decides to end the charade. But he soon finds out that it's not all that it's cracked up to be. Nestor narrowly avoids being recaptured when the police search for him in Irma's apartment . a British peer who becomes Irma's single client. Nestor moves in with her. finds a street full of prostitutes and reports them. Knowing he can't be rearrested for a murder that police now know didn't occur. and he soon finds himself as Irma's new pimp. Plot The film version of Irma la Douce ("Irma the Sweet") tells the story of Nestor Patou (Jack Lemmon).) After Irma dumps her pimp boyfriend. concludes that Nestor murdered him. directed by Billy Wilder. Moustache notices one of the guests sitting alone in the front row. Nestor arranges for the police to search for him along the Seine from which. but also seeing Lord X's clothes floating in the water. With the help of Irma's ex-pimp. The pimp. While Nestor and everyone else is occupied with Irma. but with Irma in love with him. the guest is none other than Lord X! A clearly baffled Moustache looks at Lord X. Nestor rushes to Church where he plans to marry Irma. Rising from his seat and walking past Moustache. suggests a storied prior life . the proprietor of Chez Moustache. an honest policeman who. Unaware that he's being tailed by Irma's former pimp. since Nestor must work long and hard to earn the cash "Lord X" pays Irma. (In a running joke. The police inspector.donning his old uniform. Nestor admits killing Lord X. among other things. Following Moustache's advice. Nestor becomes close friends with Irma La Douce (Shirley MacLaine). Nestor comes up with a plan to stop Irma's prostitution. ending with the repeated line "but that's another story". Nestor escapes from prison and returns to Irma. after being transferred from a quiet village to Paris. Down on his luck. They barely make it through the ceremony before Irma delivers their baby.returning to Chez Moustache. as a confidant. dressed as Lord X. Nestor is sentenced to 15 years. Nestor is advised by Moustache against revealing that Lord X was a fabrication. and then at the audience. missing Nestor change into his clothes. 1963 147 minutes United States English Irma la Douce is a 1963 comedy starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine. but only because of his love for Irma. a popular hangout for prostitutes and their pimps. "But that's another story".

Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Jack Lemmon as Nestor Patou/Lord X Shirley MacLaine as Irma la Douce Lou Jacobi as Moustache Bruce Yarnell as Hippolyte Grace Lee Whitney as Kiki the Cossack Joan Shawlee as Amazon Annie Hope Holliday as Lolita Sheryl Deauville as Carmen Ruth Earl as one of the Zebra twins Jane Earl as one of the Zebra twins Harriette Young as Mimi the MauMau Herschel Bernardi as Inspector Lefevre Cliff Osmond as police sergeant Tura Satana as Suzette Wong Billy Beck as Officer Dupont Edgar Barrier as General Lafayette Bill Bixby as the tattooed sailor James Caan as the soldier with radio Louis Jordan as Narrator Paul Frees as Trailer Narrator Soundtrack Irma La Douce Soundtrack album by André Previn .Irma la Douce 41 Synopsis Though the film is not a musical. in which Shirley MacLaine exclaims "Dis-donc!" whilst dancing on a table. which appears to be a deliberate tribute to the musical from which the film is derived. The film was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Shirley MacLaine) and Best Cinematography. Color. it won André Previn an Academy Award for Best Score—Adaptation or Treatment. There is also a scene in the film.

the film that she did with Jack Lemmon in 1959 . "Don't Take All Night" 5:43 7. • The film is remade in India as the controversial Hindi film Manoranjan with Sanjeev Kumar and Zeenat Aman reprising the roles of Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine respectively. "Juke Box: Look Again" 2:16 17.jpg) • Irma La Douce (http://www. "Nestor the Honest Policeman" 1:54 5. "Wedding Ring" 1:35 11.com/title/tt0057187/) at the Internet Movie Database . "The Market" 6:28 8. Jack Lemmon married his second wife.but she died before production began. "Escape" 2:13 10.com/insc_i/irma_douce. • Irma la Douce was remade for French television in 1972. • During the filming in 1962. "In the Tub with Fieldglasses" 2:27 13. actress Felicia Farr.imdb. "Easy Living the Hard Way" 3:16 9. "This Is the Story" 3:16 4. "Juke Box: Let's Pretend Love" 3:07 16. whom she starred with previously in The Apartment. "But That's Another Story" 0:38 Trivia • Director Billy Wilder originally wanted Marilyn Monroe to play Irma as he was so impressed by her performance in Some Like It Hot . • Shirley MacLaine signed on without having read the script because she believed in Billy Wilder and Jack Lemmon. "I'm Sorry Irma" 1:38 15. References External links • Original movie poster (http://www.Irma la Douce Released Label 13 July 1998 Rykodisc 42 All compositions by André Previn. "Main Title" 2:14 2. 1. "Meet Irma" 1:42 3. "The Return of Lord X" 1:24 12.affichescinema. "Goodbye Lord X" 3:17 14. "Our Language of Love" 2:04 6.

The famous song "Forget Domani" is sung by Katyna Ranieri in this movie and won a Golden Globe. Ingrid Bergman. June 10 (his wedding anniversary date. Omar Sharif. England. Shirley MacLaine. but he sends back the car to Hoopers. his elation is blighted when he finds his wife with her lover and his underling. The Rolls Royce is first purchased from Hoopers.The Yellow Rolls-Royce 43 The Yellow Rolls-Royce The Yellow Rolls-Royce film poster by Howard Terpning Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Anthony Asquith Anatole de Grunwald Terence Rattigan Rex Harrison Jeanne Moreau Riz Ortolani Jack Hildyard Frank Clarke MGM 1964 122 minutes United Kingdom English The Yellow Rolls-Royce is a 1964 anthology drama film. Lord Frinton will not divorce his wife. produced by Anatole de Grunwald and written by Terence Rattigan.P. However. a Chicago gangster and a wealthy American widow. Art Carney. a motor car is under a gray cover with the initials RR. John Fane (Edmund Purdom). his horse.s (1963). For appearance's sake. The marquess is a longtime horse owner who has his heart set on winning the Ascot Gold Cup. Produced as a result of the success of The V. the Westminster Rolls Royce dealership by Lord Charles. it tells the story of three very different owners of a yellow Rolls-Royce Phantom II: an English aristocrat. including Rex Harrison.I. . Alain Delon and Jeanne Moreau. George C. Scott. Lord Frinton is presented the Gold Cup by King George V. This year. Eloise (Jeanne Moreau). the Marquess of Frinton (Rex Harrison) as a 10th wedding anniversary present for his French wife. Directed by Anthony Asquith. It is set in the years up to and including the start of World War II. it boasts a similar all-star cast. with the shades drawn. is the name of the horse) is favoured and does indeed win. Frinton is Under Secretary of State at the Foreign Office. in the back of the Rolls. Plot On a flat bed lorry driven in the streets of London.

a road sign. George Washington Bridge. They survive a German aerial attack and reach their destination.The Rolls according to G. saying it is not her fight. 44 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Rex Harrison as Lord Charles. Mae lies to Stefano. Scott). Mae and Stefano are in the back of the Rolls with the shades drawn. patriot Davich (Omar Sharif) commandeers her automobile to sneak into the country. Along the way. Bomba. so Mrs. Millett's Chauffeur Reginald Beckwith Gregoire Aslan as the Albanian Ambassador Martin Miller as Headwaiter Andrea Malandrinos as the Hotel Manager Guy Deghy as the Mayor . However. the Marquess of Frinton. The car is seen being unloaded from a cargo ship in New York. Lady St. Genoa. none of his men know how to drive. When Paolo returns to the United States to take care of some unsavory business.Next Right. He is touring Italy with his fiancée Mae Jenkins (Shirley MacLaine) and his right-hand man Joey Friedlander (Art Carney).253. Joey walks away. Gerda and Davich get in the back of the Rolls and draw the shades down. Trieste on the Yugoslav border . when Paolo rejoins them. I-95. The car exterior is filthy with OCCASIONE (Opportunity) painted in white letters on the front windscreen. During the Invasion of Yugoslavia by the Nazi Germans during World War II. She wants to stay and help repel the invaders. He tells her to go back to America and tell people what she has witnessed." The Rolls is purchased for $15. Scott as Paolo Maltese Moira Lister as Angela. Simeon Isa Miranda as the Duchesse d'Angoulème Ingrid Bergman as Gerda Millett Omar Sharif as Davich Roland Culver as Norwood Michael Hordern as Harmsworth. Marchioness of Frinton Edmund Purdom as John Fane Shirley MacLaine as Mae Jenkins George C.The Rolls is in a repair shop. Joey shows Mae an eight day old American newspaper headline. Bugs O' Leary Slain--Police Claims Gang Warfare.The Yellow Rolls-Royce 20. Millett volunteers. Back at the hotel. However. The paint on the hood (bonnet) is partially gone.000 of the car is Gerda Millett (Ingrid Bergman). Bronx . that was Paolo's business in the United States. Owner of Genova Auto Salon Joyce Grenfell as Hortense Astor Wally Cox as Ferguson Richard Pearson as Osborn Jacques Brunius as the Duc d'Angoulème Carlo Croccolo as Mrs. as the car is seen on the expressway. a handsome young street photographer. Bomba. Italy -.023 miles later. wealthy American widow touring Europe. owner of the Genova Auto Salon was "owned by a Marajah. telling him that it was just a fling. much to Davich's surprise. but Davich will not permit it.the year. During the end credits. a bossy. the two very different people fall in love. 1941 -.75 from Bomba. who lost his money at the San Remo Casino. Jeanne Moreau as Eloise. Joey turns a blind eye when she falls in love with Stefano (Alain Delon). in order to protect him from her lethal boyfriend. The next owner for $5. by American gangster Paolo Maltese (George C. The car will return with Gerda to the United States. he leaves Joey to chaperone Mae. Manager of Hoopers Lance Percival as Assistant Car Salesman at Hoopers Harold Scott as Taylor Jonathan Cecil as Young man • • • • • • • • • • • • • Alain Delon as Stefano Art Carney as Joey Friedlander Riccardo Garrone as G.

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and Dick Van Dyke. Lee Thompson Arthur P. Robert Mitchum. . Lee Thompson and starring Shirley MacLaine. Jacobs Gwen Davis (story) Betty Comden Shirley MacLaine Paul Newman Robert Mitchum Dean Martin Gene Kelly Robert Cummings Dick Van Dyke Margaret Dumont Nelson Riddle Starring Music by Cinematography Leon Shamroy Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Marjorie Fowler 20th Century Fox 1964 111 minutes United States English French What a Way to Go! is a 1964 American comedy film directed by J. Margaret Dumont.What a Way to Go! 46 What a Way to Go! What a Way to Go! Directed by Produced by Written by J. Paul Newman. Gene Kelly. Dean Martin.

The good news is that Rod never neglects her. taking the writer's message of "simplify. a "fusion of man and machine -. She learns he's . Louisa idly suggests having the machine paint to Felix Mendelssohn's Spring Song -. and not for money." This fantasy segment is full of Edith Head's over-the-top costumes and ends with Mitchum and MacLaine making love in a huge champagne glass. and they live in a shack. lack of ambition. then ends up a neglected wife and a rich widow as a result of her ill-fated husbands' greed. We meet Louisa as a young. and now fantastically wealthy. she believes she's a victim of a supernatural curse. Louisa is a millionaire. an old school friend who inadvertently woos her with his relaxed attitude. but pays the ultimate price of severe greed and falls dead from an apparent heart attack while chiding "Hard work never hurt anybody!" After Hopper's death. government Internal Revenue Service who believe it an April Fools' Day joke. The unhappy steer kicks Rod through the barn wall. and love of the simple life. simplify!" to heart. To paraphrase Louisa's narrative. All four leave her immensely wealthy but intensely unhappy. Hopper is inspired by the writing of Henry David Thoreau. Art erupts!" and marries him. After discovering the softer. However. as she tends to marry poor men for love. Louisa convinces Rod to sell everything and retire to the type of small farm he lived on during his childhood. The pallbearers drop the coffin. a romantic young woman who realizes she wants to marry for love. He achieves his goal of bankrupting Crawley. After missing a flight back to the States. all of her four husbands die off after achieving wealth. Melissa. a primarily romantic flashback with occasional fantasies from Louisa's point of view including a Marnie type aversion to the colour pink. However. Flint's minimalist abstracts are just good enough to keep them fed. idealistic girl. Flint becomes famous by having the machine "paint" more music. poor but happy (illustrated with a silent movie styled fantasy sequence) until Hopper abandons the simple life for an all-out assault to drive Crawley out of business in Crawleyville. Louisa ends up as sobbing widow on the couch of an unstable psychiatrist (Robert Cummings). In a dream-like pre-credit sequence. where she meets Larry Flint (Paul Newman). Louisa tries to explain herself and her motivation for giving away all that money which leads into the rest of the story. One of his projects is a "Sonic Palette". She enters into his bohemian lifestyle while renouncing her secret millions. the richest man in town. Louisa wanders the States alone. She travels to Paris. including a chimpanzee that paints. Louisa tries desperately to give away more than $200 million dollars to the U. Louisa elects to marry Hopper. He builds more Sonic Palettes to paint a giant work of art. a customer who charms her with silly dances and rhymes in the manner of Pinky Lee. a slightly-tipsy Rod makes a fateful mistake by trying to milk his bull. a pink coffin is carried down a pink staircase in a pink mansion with Louisa as a black-clad widow following behind. Louisa is richer but more depressed. she is pushing for Louisa to marry Leonard Crawley (Dean Martin). who offers her a lift on his jet. which sleds down the stairs. she convinces herself that it might be easier to love a rich man since she can't make him any richer and inadvertently cause his death. Avant-garde art dominates Flint's life. Despite his happy retreat into marriage. a machine that paints by sound. Just as he vows to find out who is responsible for making his company successful WITHOUT him.S. and thus increasingly obsessed with all the money coming into his life. she meets an already wealthy magnate named Rod Anderson (Robert Mitchum). presumably breaking his neck. Rod discovers he's actually gotten richer while neglecting his industry.What a Way to Go! 47 Plot Louisa May Foster (Shirley MacLaine). kinder man under the business-magnate veneer he projects.the only positive statement in art that is being made today!" Louisa falls in love with Flint's attitude of "Money corrupts. Louisa discovers Melissa was a prize cow he raised in his youth. Louisa loathes Lennie and instead takes up with Edgar Hopper (Dick Van Dyke). Melrose. In a cafe called the Cauliflower Ear in a podunk town. but the machines wind up turning on their creator by first staking and beating him to death before they self-destruct. Her mother (Margaret Dumont) is fixated on money.thus leading to the creation of a masterpiece. An erotic foreign-film spoof shows the sheet-clad pair making love in progressively smaller bathtubs and on a bed. which ends up killing him. it is "like one of those lush budget films where it's all about what she's going to wear next. she meets Pinky Benson (Gene Kelly). To prove her point. Edgar makes a lot of money while pushing himself to his human limits. and leaves Louisa a widow yet again.

Lady Kensington Pamelyn Ferdin . knocking him out cold... several years later.. One night. Polly Lenny Kent .... TV Announcer .. seeing it as mirroring her own desires. while Leonard sits in his running tractor reading Thoreau. Edgar Hopper Margaret Dumont . In an attempt to lower the psychiatrist's chair that Robert Cummings' character is stuck in... She sees that his clown act is tolerated because he doesn't distract from the serving of food or liquor. In the end..... which causes him to pass out again..... Foster Lou Nova . Louisa has told the psychiatrist her sad tale.. trampling him to death into an early grave (the funeral we see at the beginning of the film). Ned Tom Conway . he sees Louisa and Leonard kissing passionately. reviving him by throwing a bucket of water on him... Louisa May Foster Paul Newman .. Trentino Fifi D'Orsay .... she winds up letting him drop from ceiling-height. she suggests that Pinky perform without his clown makeup. Thinking her "curse" has finally resurfaced.. Rene Wally Vernon . Rod Anderson. Hollywood Lawyer Christopher Connelly . Foster Anton Arnold . Dr. age 5 Bill Corcoran .. An all-pink mansion is among Pinky's obsessions.. a devastated Louisa runs to her husband just as a man in coveralls runs up and starts berating Leonard for hitting an underground oil pipe with his tractor. as is Louisa's appearance at a movie screening in an all-pink chinchilla coat and a pink wig.. just as a familiar-looking janitor comes into the office.... Jr. Leonard Crawley... Lord Kensington Queenie Leonard .. Lee Thompson • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine .. The tractor slowly grinds itself into the ground and strikes oil. we see a happy and no-longer-curse-weary Louisa with several children in a quaint house.. Mrs.... Baroness Maurice Marsac . Louisa hugs and kisses Leonard as both are showered by the erupting oil. Relieved. As the doctor comes to.. Jr. and suddenly the customers notice his talent. She then turns and makes the happy discovery that the janitor is Leonard Crawley. Victor Stephanson Dick Van Dyke . Geraldine Crawley. Mr... Leonard 'Lennie' Crawley Gene Kelly . Pinky becomes a Hollywood movie star. Pinky invites her to come see him perform. Pinky Benson Robert Cummings .. In short order. Dean Martin ... age 7 Anthony Eustrel . Agent Jane Wald . 48 Cast • Directed by J.. Jonathan Crawley.. Louisa is charmed by Pinky's satisfaction with his simple lot in life. Lawyer Army Archerd . She marries him. Willard Milton Frome . age 4 Jeff Fithian .What a Way to Go! been a performer at the Cauliflower Ear for 14 years. simple life that she can share.. Once again Louisa is neglected by a husband obsessed with fame.. He turns and begs her to marry him. who has lost everything and is now leading a poor. Larry Flint Robert Mitchum . Pinky's adoring public stampede him at the premiere.

Chester Marcel Hillaire ... Girl on Plane Helene Winston .. Pretty good perks. In order. Ted Haworth.....What a Way to Go! • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Reginald Gardiner . Movie Executive's Girl Marjorie Bennett .[2] Awards What a Way to Go! was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Art Direction (Jack Martin Smith. Shirley MacLaine recommended Mitchum to director J.. I'd say. Reiss) and Best Costumes by Edith Head and Moss Mabry. Mad Pink Painter Phil Arnold . a Laurel award for Best Comedy and Best Comedy performer for Paul Newman... Walter M. Driscoll Teri Garr . recast after her death. Minister Sid Gould .. Customer Jack Greening . Doris 49 Production The audience sees four lampoons of film styles as interludes in the story. French New Wave with jump cuts. Crawleyville Lawyer Dick Wilson . Shirley MacLaine was quoted as saying that she was happy to work with "Edith Head with a $500. Rod Anderson's Private Airline Pilot Burt Mustin . Gregory Peck was sought but he was unavailable. Sour woman in club audience Paula Lane ."[1] Robert Mitchum's role was originally meant for Frank Sinatra but Sinatra suddenly wanted several times more money than what the other male leads received. It won a Locarno Film Festival award for Best Actor for Gene Kelly...[4] . Dancer in the Kelly/MacLaine shipboard musical Arlene Harris . Publicity and Press Agent Roy Gordon ... Mrs.000 budget.. seventy-two hairstylists to match the gowns... we see lampoons of silent film comedy. Originally intended as a Marilyn Monroe vehicle.. and an American Cinema Editors Eddie award for best editor for Marjorie Fowler... Scott.. Party Girl Barbara Bouchet . big 1940's Hollywood musicals....... Stuart A. French Lawyer Mark Bailey .[3] a BAFTA Best Foreign Actress Award for Shirley MacLaine.. and a spoof of Cleopatra. and a three-and-a-half-million-dollar gem collection loaned out by Harry Winston of New York.. Lee Thompson who recommended him to the studio.... Ross Hunter fashion-heavy eye-candy films.. Movie Executive Joe Gray . Freeman Myrna Ross . The studio refused Sinatra's demands.

The cast includes Shirley Maclaine as Jenny. Fox expected the film to be its Christmas 1964 release. his plane malfunctions and crashes in the mythical Arab kingdom of Fawzia. The King blackmails the U. com/ movie/ 116375/ What-a-Way-to-Go-/ awards). imdb.cswap. com/ title/ tt0058743/ awards External links • • • • • What a Way to Go! (http://www.com/title/title.000 of its $4 million budget. Richard Deacon. Barbara Bouchet. the magazine journalist who made Goldfarb famous.com/work/116375) at Allmovie What a Way to Go! (http://tcmdb.com/title/tt0058743/) at the Internet Movie Database What a Way to Go! (http://www. Wilfrid Hyde-White.com/1964/What_a_Way_to_Go!/cap/What a Way to Go!. . Please Come Home John Goldfarb. php) [2] p. Jackie Coogan. a former college football star who once ran 95 yards for a touchdown in the wrong direction. shirleymaclaine. I Don't Care 2002 St. Martin's Griffin [3] "NY Times: What a Way to Go!" (http:/ / movies. The novel's success led Twentieth Century-Fox to acquire the film rights. which was published by Doubleday (ISBN 0553142518). The comic spoof of the Cold War was inspired by a May 1960 incident involving American Francis Gary Powers.377 Server. Jenny Ericson.[2] . and when she discovers she was wrong in thinking the King is no longer romantically interested in his wives. Lee Thompson. she seeks help from Goldfarb. and Jerry Orbach in supporting roles. Lee Baby.com/m/what_a_way_to_go/) at Rotten Tomatoes Complete Dialogue (http://www. NY Times. when the studio finally won its case. Please Come Home is a 1963 novel by William Peter Blatty. he reworked it as a novel. Harry Morgan. Patrick Adiarte. nytimes. Jenny becomes a cheerleader and then the quarterback who scores the winning touchdown for Fawz University. Fred Clark.jsp?stid=95411) at the TCM Movie Database What a Way to Go! (http://www.880. Richard Crenna as Goldfarb.What a Way to Go! 50 References [1] Shirley MacLaine on her experience with "What A Way To Go!" at shirleymaclaine. com/ shirley/ movies-whatawaytogo. and Blatty submitted his original script for a feature film directed by J.en. Department of State into arranging an exhibition football game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and his own team. Film adaptation Blatty's book originally was written as a screenplay.allmovie. Blatty's tale concerns John "Wrong-Way" Goldfarb. [4] http:/ / www. and Jim Backus. The film was a critical failure and earned back only $3. Teri Garr. Peter Ustinov as the King. a CIA operative whose U-2 spy plane was shot down over the Soviet Union.srt) John Goldfarb.rottentomatoes. Retrieved 2008-12-26.imdb. but when no studios expressed interest in it. sparking an international diplomatic incident.com (http:/ / www. is on an undercover assignment as a member of the King's harem.S. but Notre Dame filed a defamation lawsuit that wasn't settled [1] until the following year. The country's leader threatens to turn him over to the Soviets unless he agrees to coach a football team. Now a U-2 pilot.

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Fuchs Jack Davies Alvin Sargent Sidney Carroll (story) Michael Caine Shirley MacLaine Herbert Lom Maurice Jarre Starring Music by Cinematography Clifford Stine Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Universal Pictures December 21. the world's richest man. played by Herbert Lom. Plot Cockney cat burglar Harry Dean and exotic Hong Kong showgirl Nicole Chang are seen executing a masterfully planned robbery of a priceless antiquity owned by Mr. Cast • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine .Ahmad Shahbandar Roger C.But Please Don't Tell The Beginning!" Gambit was directed by Ronald Neame from a screenplay by Jack Davies and Alvin Sargent from the original story of Sidney Carroll. However. Shahbandar. Carmel . When he and Nicole set out to pull off the actual heist. "Go Ahead Tell The End .Abdul John Abbott . Shahbandar. resulting in a punchline. it turns out that this foolproof scheme is only in Harry's head for now. everything that possibly could go wrong does indeed go wrong. with a twist at the beginning of the story that is not revealed until the end. The film is told in a reverse chronological order. It was advertised with the headline.Harry Tristan Dean Herbert Lom .Emile Fournier . It was nominated for three Academy Awards.Nicole Chang Michael Caine . 1966 109 minutes United States English Gambit is a 1966 film starring Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine as two criminals involved in an elaborate plot centered on a priceless antiquity from millionaire Mr.Gambit (film) 52 Gambit (film) Gambit (1966) original film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Ronald Neame Leo L.It's Too Hysterical To Keep Secret .Ram Arnold Moss . still in the planning stage.

[3] On November 18.Colonel Salim • Maurice Marsac . MTV. [3] "'Fair Game' Director Doug Liman Circles Coen Brothers-Scripted 'Gambit' Redo" (http:/ / www. NY Times. [5] "Firth and Diaz to star in Coen-scripted Gambit remake" (http:/ / bestforfilm. 2010. Michael Fleming of deadline.[2] As of 2010.com. Webb. Retrieved 2010-11-25. Joel and Ethan Coen completed a screenplay which was expected to be filmed in 2009. com/ 2010/ 04/ fair-game-director-doug-liman-circles-coen-brothers-scripted-gambit-redo/ ). Bestforfilm.com. who was rumoured to star as Harry Dean. said in September 2008: "No! It’s a complete lie. Austin) • Best Costume Design • Best Sound Potential remake A remake of Gambit has been mooted for several years. com/ 2010/ 11/ gambit-gets-funding-and-michael-hoffman-as-director/ ).com reported that Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz are set to star as art curator Harry Deane and steer roper PJ Puznowski. to be directed by Michael Hoffman with shooting planned to start in London in May 2011. . It’s been on IMDB and just sitting there. Retrieved April 29. [4] "'Gambit' Remake Gets Funding And Director" (http:/ / www. John Underwood of bestforfilm. Retrieved 19 September 2008.[4] In February 2011. Sir Ben Kingsley. mtv. John McCarthy. John P. ." Others reportedly discussed for the remake included Hugh Grant. Retrieved 2011-2-2. com/ film-news/ firth-and-diaz-to-star-in-coen-scripted-gambit-remake/ ).Hotel Clerk 53 Awards The film was nominated for three Academy Awards:[1] • Academy Award for Best Art Direction (Alexander Golitzen. Sandra Bullock and Jennifer Aniston. deadline. nytimes. Deadline.com. . Jr. com/ 2008/ 09/ 15/ colin-firth-says-coen-brothers-film-gambit-not-happening/ ). Doug Liman was reportedly considering directing the film. However. who conspire to sell a fake work of art to a collector. [2] "Colin Firth Says Coen Brothers Film ‘Gambit’ Not Happening" (http:/ / moviesblog. Retrieved 2008-12-27.." He also said: "The Coen brothers have written an absolutely brilliant script.[5] References [1] "NY Times: Gambit" (http:/ / movies.imdb.com/title/tt0060445/) at the Internet Movie Database . Colin Firth. 2010. External links • Gambit (http://www. . .com reported that the Gambit remake will be produced by Crime Scene Pictures.Gambit (film) • Richard Angarola . com/ movie/ 19144/ Gambit/ awards). George C. Deadline.com. deadline.

furs by Henri Stern. Vittorio DeSica has a cameo as one of the mourners. a shocked wife vows to have sex with the first man she sees as revenge. the wardrobe was done by Pierre Cardin. Maria Teresa/Amateur Night Surprised by her husband (Rossano Brazzi) in bed with her best friend. all starring Shirley MacLaine with most based on aspects of adultery. Episodes Paulette/Funeral Procession Leading a walking funeral procession behind the hearse containing the remains of her late husband. and hairdressing by Louis Alexandre Raimon. Linda/Two Against One A Scotsman (Clinton Greyn) and an Italian (Vittorio Gassman) are invited to the room of a translator who reads T. .S. Levine Cesare Zavattini Shirley MacLaine Peter Sellers Michael Caine Lex Barker Anita Ekberg Adrienne Corri Vittorio Gassman Riz Ortolani Music by Cinematography Christian Matras Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Embassy Pictures 1967 108 minutes France Italy United States English French Italian Language Woman Times Seven (Sette Volte Donna in Italian) is a 1967 Italian/French/American co-production anthology film of seven different episodes.Woman Times Seven 54 Woman Times Seven Woman Times Seven Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Vittorio De Sica Arthur Cohn Joseph E. Linda has a photo of her lover (Marlon Brando) on a table. jewellery by Van Cleef & Arpels. Filmed in Paris. a widow is propositioned by her family doctor (Peter Sellers). Elliot in the nude. She meets a flourish of strumpets who help her accomplish her goal.

at the time of filming. Levine asked DeSica for a similar type film. Today and Tomorrow. Actor. Jeanne/Snow Two friends meet for lunch on a winter afternoon. but seedy looking man (Michael Caine) who appears to be following them. The first choice for the lead. but the husband. They notice a handsome. and doesn't trust Marie to use his father's pistol on him in case she only wounds him or kills him and changes her mind. html http:/ / www.[1] Edith/Super Simone Ignored by her bestselling author husband (Lex Barker) who is only interested in his fictional female creation.[2] As Levine and DeSica had a critical and financial success with the films Marriage Italian-Style and Yesterday. producer Arthur Cohn and Vittorio DeSica working together. feeling rejected by the world decide on committing suicide in their small room dressed for the wedding they will never have.180 Cardullo. John The Truth Game 1969 Simon and Schuster External links • Woman Times Seven (http://www. Marie/Suicides Two lovers. As Paris is hit by a sudden blizzard. Screenwriter 2002 McFarland p. Vittorio Gassman reminds Clinton Greyn that divorce was. and housekeeper (Jessie Robins) insist that the guest is a lawyer.[4] The concepts of adultery in the film have a European flavor. doesn't want to mess up his tuxedo by jumping out the window. guest. co. Simone.com/title/tt0062502/) at the Internet Movie Database . Jeanne realises that the man if following her.Woman Times Seven 55 Eve/At the Opera A fashion queen is horrified when her archrival Mme Lisari (Adrienne Corri) has been photographed in what her husband (Patrick Wymark) had promised was an exclusive creation for her alone. impossible for an Italian. com/ archive/ 1967/ 09/ 16/ 1967_09_16_055_TNY_CARDS_000286349 p. independent. Natalie Wood turned the film down. DeSica's [3] collaborator Cesare Zavattini had some sketches laying about that they turned into the movie. When asking her archrival not to wear it encourages her to do the opposite. Production Woman Times Seven was the first of a projected three films with Joseph E.imdb. Claudie (Anita Ekberg) suggests the two leave the restaurant and go their separate ways to see which one of them he follows. In the film. newyorker. the research and development head of her husband's fashion house suggests planting a bomb in her archrival's car.150 Hallowell. Fred (Alan Arkin) however is afraid of pills. Her shocked husband invites a psychiatrist (Robert Morley) to dinner to examine her for mental illness. Levine. uk/ arts-entertainment/ fashion-alexandre-the-great-what-a-hairstylist-1179623. a neglected wife turns her visions of her as Simone into reality. Bert Vittorio De Sica: Director. References [1] [2] [3] [4] http:/ / www. Louis Alexandre Raimon has a cameo as himself.

The Bliss of Mrs. Det. 1968 (UK) 93 minutes United Kingdom English The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom is a 1968 British comedy film directed by Joseph McGrath. is enchanted by the woman and decides to settle in to serve as her secret paramour. Sgt. however. Mrs. but presents the couple with his factory as a wedding present. 1968 (USA) November 21. When his wife Harriet's sewing machine breaks down. Blossom not only allows Ambrose to remain with his wife. but Ambrose saves the day by passing along stock tips that turn his employer into a millionaire. Dylan from Scotland Yard is assigned to the case. . Blossom The Bliss of Mrs. The grateful Mr. one he doggedly pursues for years. instructing him to sneak out in the middle of the night. The mysterious noises Robert frequently hears overhead finally lead to his nervous breakdown. who served as the film's producer. Blossom 56 The Bliss of Mrs. he sends his bumbling employee Ambrose Tuttle to repair it. Ambrose. Blossom Videotape cover Directed by Produced by Written by Joseph McGrath Josef Shaftel Alec Coppel Denis Norden Based on a short story by Josef Shaftel Shirley MacLaine Richard Attenborough James Booth Riz Ortolani Starring Music by Cinematography Geoffrey Unsworth Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Ralph Sheldon Paramount Pictures September 11. then hides him in the attic. The screenplay by Alec Coppel and Denis Norden was adapted from a play by Coppel that was based on a short story by Josef Shaftel. Plot Robert Blossom is a workaholic brassiere manufacturer. When he's reported missing. Blossom seduces him.

html?categoryid=31& cs=1& p=0) [3] Time Out New York review (http:/ / www. [the] idea is fleshed out most satisfactorily so as to take undue attention away from the premise. although basically a one-joke story. Miss Reece Reception In his review in the New York Times. . timeout. nytimes. Ambrose Tuttle Freddie Jones .. Interiors were filmed at the Twickenham Film Studios in Middlesex. Production notes Assheton Gorton served as production designer for the film. Principal cast • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine ... Attenborough's in particular. Dylan Bob Monkhouse . com/ movie/ review?res=9403E0DA1730E034BC4A52DFB4678383679EDE) [2] Variety review (http:/ / www. variety. Dr.. with a neat climactic twist.."[2] Time Out New York calles it a "coarse comedy which looks a little like Joe Orton gone disastrously wrong ."[1] Variety described it as "a silly. In the early 1920s. and at Alexandra Palace in London.. Det.... The real story doesn't have the happy ending of the movie. Otto Sanhuber in the attic where he lived for many years. Blossom (http://www. Sgt."[3] References [1] New York Times review (http:/ / movies. any sparks in the script or performances are ruthlessly extinguished by atrocious direction. restrained and absurdly likable....... Taylor Patricia Routledge .. The soundtrack includes the songs "The Way That I Live" performed by Jack Jones and "Fall in Love" performed by the New Vaudeville Band. Walburga Oesterreich kept her lover.. .com/title/tt0062739/) at the Internet Movie Database .The Bliss of Mrs..imdb. . Performances are all very good. at the National Film Theatre in the South Bank Centre.. html) External links • The Bliss of Mrs. Howard Thompson called the film "roguish. Blossom 57 Story The film is loosely based on a real incident. Location scenes were filmed in Bloomsbury. com/ film/ newyork/ reviews/ 68020/ The_Bliss_of_Mrs_Blossom. Harriet Blossom Richard Attenborough .. Barry Humphries. com/ review/ VE1117789351. campy and sophisticated marital comedy.. always amusing and often hilarious in impact .. Bea Arthur and John Cleese make brief appearances in the film. Frank Thornton. . Robert Blossom James Booth .

and starring Shirley MacLaine.000 Sweet Charity (Sweet Charity: The Adventures of a Girl Who Wanted to Be Loved in the US) is a 1969 American musical film directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. the musical makes the central character a dancer-for-hire at a Times Square dance-hall. Sweet Charity Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Story by Starring Bob Fosse Robert Arthur Peter Stone Neil Simon (Musical) Shirley MacLaine John McMartin Ricardo Montalban Chita Rivera Paula Kelly Cy Coleman Dorothy Fields Music by Cinematography Robert Surtees Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Stuart Gilmore Universal Pictures April 1. For the musical. written by Neil Simon. . However.000. The play and the film are based on Federico Fellini's screenplay for Nights of Cabiria.Sweet Charity (film) 58 Sweet Charity (film) This is an article about the 1969 film. where Fellini's black-and-white film concerns the romantic ups-and-downs of an ever-hopeful prostitute. The film was notable for costumes by Edith Head and its dance sequences (notably "Rich Man's Frug"). see Sweet Charity. which Fosse had directed and choreographed also. 1969 149 minutes United States English $20 million $4. It is based on the 1966 stage musical of the same name.

"The Rhythm of Life" 10. They strike up a relationship. and she accepts. In the end. but Charity does not reveal what she does for a living.Sweet Charity (film) 59 Plot Charity Hope Valentine (Shirley MacLaine) works as a taxi dancer along with her friends. "Where Am I Going?" . but finally tells Charity that he cannot marry her. Racing to rescue her. "Rich Man's Frug" 5. She meets famous actor Vittorio Vidal (Ricardo Montalban) and has a complicated. She longs for love. Alternate ending An alternate ending found on the Laserdisc and DVD versions picks up after Oscar leaves Charity. but has bad luck with men. Jr. but filmed it in apprehension that the studio would demand a happy ending. "If They Could See Me Now" 6. Fosse thought the ending was too corny. Nickie (Chita Rivera) and Helene (Paula Kelly). "I'm a Brass Band" 12. he initially seems to accept it. "The Pompeii Club" 4. though. but can't swim so Oscar rescues her. Charity jumps in after him. alone for the time being. When she finally does tell Oscar. but pleasant evening with him. The optimistic Charity faces her future. "My Personal Property" 2. "It's a Nice Face" 9. Cast • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine as Charity Hope Valentine John McMartin as Oscar Lindquist Ricardo Montalban as Vittorio Vidal Chita Rivera as Nickie Paula Kelly as Helene Stubby Kaye as Herman Barbara Bouchet as Ursula Sammy Davis. "There's Got to Be Something Better Than This" 8. Oscar realizes Charity is the only breath of fresh air in his life. proposes again. they agreed with Fosse and kept the original bittersweet ending from the stage version. goes for a walk in the park. feeling suffocated. "Sweet Charity" 11. "I Love to Cry at Weddings" 13. After failing to find a new job through an employment agency. He sees Charity on their bridge in Central Park and thinks she is going to jump. Charity meets shy Oscar Lindquist (John McMartin) in a stuck elevator. "The Hustle" 7. living hopefully ever after. Oscar starts to go crazy in his apartment and.) Big Spender" 3. he trips and falls in the water. as Big Daddy Brubeck Ben Vereen as "Rich Man's Frug" dancer Musical numbers 1. "(Hey. being robbed and pushed off a bridge in Central Park by one ex-boyfriend.

[3] "Festival de Cannes: Sweet Charity" (http:/ / www.com/work/48091) at Allmovie Sweet Charity (http://www. festival-cannes. festival-cannes.allmovie.com/title/tt0065054/) at the Internet Movie Database Sweet Charity (http://tcmdb. com/ cg/ avg. dll?p=avg& sql=1:48091~T1 [2] "NY Times: Sweet Charity" (http:/ / movies. Jack D. Retrieved 2008-12-27. allmovie. Webb.rottentomatoes. George C. . It received one Golden Globe nomination for Shirley MacLaine as Best Motion Picture Actress Musical/Comedy. Score of a Musical Picture (Original or Adaptation). External links • • • • Sweet Charity (http://www. The terrible box office nearly sank Universal Pictures.jsp?stid=92067) at the TCM Movie Database Sweet Charity (http://www.Sweet Charity (film) 60 Box office The film cost $20 million to make. and Best Music. Retrieved 2009-04-10. html). Moore).[1] Awards and nominations The film received three Academy Award nominations:[2] Best Art Direction-Set Decoration (Alexander Golitzen. but only made $4 million at the box office. com/ movie/ 48091/ Sweet-Charity/ awards). nytimes.com/title/title. but outside of the main competition. Best Costume Design. com/ en/ archives/ ficheFilm/ id/ 2516/ year/ 1969.com/m/sweet_charity/) at Rotten Tomatoes .[3] References [1] http:/ / www. . It was also screened at the 1969 Cannes Film Festival. NY Times.com.imdb.

[5] [6] The film featured both American and Mexican actors and actresses. Morelos. The film was released in 1970 and directed by Don Siegel. 1970 116 min. . United States Mexico English $4 million [1] [2] [3] $4. 1970 Mexico: August 13. including being filmed in the picturesque countryside near Tlayacapan.7 million Two Mules for Sister Sara is an American-Mexican western film starring Clint Eastwood and Shirley MacLaine set during the French intervention in Mexico. Shugrue Universal Pictures US: June 16.Two Mules for Sister Sara 61 Two Mules for Sister Sara Two Mules for Sister Sara 1970 Mexican movie poster Directed by Produced by Written by Don Siegel Carroll Case Martin Rackin screenplay by Albert Maltz from a story by Budd Boetticher Shirley MacLaine Clint Eastwood Manolo Fábregas Alberto Morin Ennio Morricone Original music Stanley Wilson Music department Starring Music by Cinematography Gabriel Figueroa Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Robert F.[4] The plot follows an American mercenary who gets mixed up with a whore disguised as a nun and aids a group of Juarista rebels during the puppet reign of Emperor Maximilian in Mexico. It was to have been the first in a five-year exclusive association between Universal Pictures and Sanen Productions of Mexico.

rewrite the story. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine as Sara Clint Eastwood as Hogan Manuel Fábregas (billed as Manolo Fábregas) as Col. and the two team up. Allison. unshaven. Eventually the two reach reach Juarista commander Col. Beltrán Alberto Morin as Gen. wearing a serape-like vest and smoking a cigar and the film score was composed by Morricone. Hogan is surprised that the nun smokes his cigars and drinks his whiskey. LeClaire Armando Silvestre as 1st American John Kelly as 2nd American Enrique Lucero as 3rd American David Estuardo as Juan Ada Carrasco as Juan's mother Pancho Córdova as Juan's father José Chávez as Horacio José Ángel Espinoza as French Officer Rosa Furman as Sara's friend Production Development Budd Boetticher. Hogan demonstrates great bravery in the battle by single handedly gunning down several French soldiers. inflitrate the fortress. and open the gates for the Mexican army to swarm through. Kerr's character was a member of the Mexican aristocracy escaping the vengeance of the Mexican Revolution with Mitchum's cowboy protecting her as he led her to safety to the United States. he agrees because he had previously arranged to help the Mexican revolutionaries attack the French garrison in exchange for a portion of the garrison's strongbox if they are successful. The film saw Eastwood embody the tall mysterious stranger once more. He later learns that she is a nun that is working with a group of Mexican revolutionaries that are fighting the French.[9] Although the film had Leonesque dirty Hispanic villains.[7] Maltz's version had Clint Eastwood playing a soldier of fortune for the Juaristas and Shirley MacLaine playing a revolutionary prostitute[8] now set during the French intervention in Mexico. When Hogan attempts to detonate a charge to destroy a French ammunition train. As promised. She then reveals to Hogan that she is not a nun. As the duo heads toward the camp. the film was considerably less . Hogan receives a big portion of the riches in the fort.Two Mules for Sister Sara 62 Plot A drifter named Hogan spots and saves a naked Sara from being gang-raped by several men whom he shoots and kills. Sara assists him in angling his rifle. and the two are able to destroy the train together. also living in Mexico. Mr. who had played a man of action and a nun in Heaven Knows. a long term resident of Mexico renowned for his series of Randolph Scott westerns. The French retreat and the Mexicans capture the fort. but a prostitute. Hogan and Sara set off together out for further adventures. Carrol Case sold the screenplay to Martin Rackin who had Albert Maltz. wrote the original 1967 screenplay that was bought with the provision that Boetticher would direct. Sara is able to bandage him. but he is still unable to shoot the charge to disable the train. Now wealthy and his job completed. Beltran's camp and Sara reveals the layout of the French garrison. An epic battle ensures. Boetticher had planned the film for Robert Mitchum and Deborah Kerr. he is shot by an arrow in the shoulder. When Sara requests that Hogan take her to a Mexican camp.

[10] Boetticher expressed disgust with MacLaine's bawdy character obviously not looking like a nun as opposed to his idea of a genteel lady whose final revelation would have been more of a surprise to the audience. Its kind of The African Queen gone west".000 Movies Ever Made included Two Mules for Sister Sara in its top 1. "It's hard to feel any great warmth to her. where heroes can always have a stick of dynamite under their vests.[12] 63 Casting Eastwood had been shown the script by Elizabeth Taylor during the filming of Where Eagles Dare with the view of Taylor playing the female role. as Mexican authorities did not want it released in the area after filming the scene.[13] Eastwood believed that the studio was keen on MacLaine as they had high hopes for her film Sweet Charity where she played a taxi dancer. Two Mules for Sister Sara was called "a solidly entertaining film that provides Clint Eastwood with his best."[3] The New York Times in its book.[17] Figueroa used many photographic filters for effects in the film. including MacLaine were stricken by illness while filming due to the adjustment to the food and water. Siegel understood Boetticher's dislike of the final film. She's very. Filming The film was shot over 65 days in Mexico and cost around $4 million to make. but it is very good and it stays and grows on the mind the way only movies of exceptional narrative intelligence do". She's too unfeminine and has too much balls. where every story has not one but two cute finishes.[23] Author Howard Hughes joked that critics "couldn't argue that Eastwood's acting was second to nun.[14] Both Siegel and Eastwood felt intimidated by her onset.[3] Critical reception Two Mules for Sister Sara received moderate reviews. The New York Times Guide to the Best 1.[10] The role of Sister Sara was supposed to be Mexican. in it he is far better than he has ever been.a place where nuns can turn out to be disguised whores. and Siegel described Clint's co-star as.[15] [20] Stanley Kauffman described the film as "an attempt to keep old Hollywood alive. Boetticher asked Siegel how he could make an awful film like that with Siegel replying that it was a great feeling to wake up in the morning and know there was a cheque in the mail whilst Boettcher replied it was a better feeling to wake up in the morning and be able to look at yourself in the mirror.[1] [2] Many of the cast and crew."[15] Two Mules for Sister Sara marked the last time that Eastwood would receive second billing for a film and it would be 25 years until he risked being overshadowed by a leading lady again in The Bridges of Madison County (1995).Two Mules for Sister Sara crude and more sardonic than those of Leone. The role of Sister Sara was initially offered to Taylor (Taylor then being the wife of Richard Burton) but had to turn down the role because she wanted to shoot in Spain where Burton was filming his latest movie.7 million in its domestic release in the United States."[20] .[11] Though Boetticher was friends with both Eastwood and director Don Siegel. and Roger Greenspun of The New York Times reported.[21] [22] In a review by the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner. Eastwood has found what John Wayne found in John Ford and what Gary Cooper found in Frank Capra.[18] Eastwood revealed that he actually killed the rattlesnake for a scene in the film. Eastwood noted that he did not want to kill it as he is opposed to killing animals. although they were initially unconvinced with her pale complexion.[16] Bruce Surtees was a camera operator on the film and acted as a go-between between Siegel and Gabriel Figueroa that led him to work on Siegel's next film The Beguiled. most substantial role to date.000 films of all time. "I'm not sure it is a great movie. In director Don Siegel. very hard. but Shirley MacLaine was cast instead.[19] Release Box office The film grossed $4.

Clint Eastwood: A Cultural Production: Volume 8 of American Culture.11 Eastwood.182 [16] Munn. Aim for the Heart. Howard (2009).Two Mules for Sister Sara 64 Pop culture influences • Shock rocker Alice Cooper released a song on his 2001 album Dragontown entitled "Sister Sara". • Schickel. • Munn. p. Peter (1999).181 [14] p. London: Harper Collins. p. which is about a woman posing as a nun while living a life of sin. . The New York Times Guide to the Best 1000 Movies Ever Made. The New Republic.B. Paul (1993). ISBN 9780679429746. ISBN 0006383548.56 Dixon.183 [2] Hughes. com/ contents/ 06/ 38/ boetticher. • The broadcast commentator Keith Olbermann of MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann. Leonard The Art of the Cinematographer Dover Publlications [19] Munn. "Stanley Kauffman on Films". Clint Eastwood: Hollywood's Loner. • Eliot.76 [7] Schickel (1996).21 [3] Eliot (2009). Clint Eastwood. p.227 [23] Canby. ISBN 0863693075. p. p.225 [8] Senses of Cinema. 117-118 [4] http:/ / issuu. 93 [17] p. ISBN 0812930010. • Hughes. Just Making Movies University Press of Mississippi [12] p. Michael (1992). London: I. Ride Lonesome: The Career of Budd Boetticher (http:/ / archive. ISBN 0816619603.25 [21] Kauffman. ISBN 086051790x. Film Talk Rutgers University Press [13] McGilligan (1999). Janet. p. html) [9] Schickel (1996). Maslin. London: Robson Books. • Smith. Patrick (1999). Clint. Harmony Books. Coblentz. American Rebel: The Life of Clint Eastwood. • Frayling. p. p. Ronald L. [22] Schickel (1996). Kapsis. p. 98 [20] Hughes. New York: Knopf. Vincent. ISBN 978-0-307-33688-0. p. Wheeler K. org/ blogs/ brad-wilmouth/ 2010/ 07/ 12/ olbermann-claimed-he-d-never-call-woman-idiot-tags-palin-idiot-22-tim Bibliography • Canby. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. p.219 Davis. Maslin & Nichols (1999) [24] http:/ / newsbusters. ISBN 9781845119027. p. Kathie Clint Eastwood: Interviews University of Mississippi Press [15] McGilligan (1999).179 [11] p. sensesofcinema. New York: Times Books. p. 1970). p. Clint Eastwood: A Biography. London: Virgin. Nichols.7 [6] Smith (1993).. Christopher (1992)."[24] References [1] McGilligan (1999).46 Maltin. com/ boxoffice/ docs/ boxoffice_062369/ 11 [5] Frayling (1992). Tauris. has nicknamed Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. • McGilligan. "Sister Sarah.226 [10] McGilligan (1999). Richard (1996). Clint: The Life and Legend. Robert E.101 Clint Eastwood [18] p. Marc (2009). Stanley (August 1.

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childless Brooklyn Heights couple trapped in a loveless marriage. Lovett 22 September 1971 97 minutes United States English Desperate Characters is a 1971 American drama film produced. middle class.Desperate Characters 66 Desperate Characters The Prophet of Hunger Videotape cover Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Frank D. Gilroy Frank D. she a translator of books. leaving them feeling paranoid. written. . and desperately helpless. and directed by Frank D. Gilroy. Plot Sophie and Otto Bentwood are a middle-aged. scared. He is an attorney. Gilroy Paula Fox Shirley MacLaine Cinematography Urs Furrer Editing by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Robert Q. who based his screenplay on the 1970 novel of the same name by Paula Fox. Their existence is affected not only by their disintegrating relationship but by the threats of urban crime and vandalism that surround them everywhere they turn. Gilroy Frank D. The film details their fragile emotional and psychological states as they interact with each other and their friends.

Kenneth Mars offers a deeply felt. I have a feeling that the director has perfectly served the writer. . That is to say that Gilroy has realized the movie he intended to make. She proves that we were right. achieves one of the great performances of the year. then unenriched. could go all the way with a serious role. . His characters talk in great chunks of theatrical exchanges. as his wife. Its literary style. p24-34. Gilroy. when we saw her in films like The Apartment. nudging us for sympathy and never letting us discover them at our own speed . . . but also somehow make me suspicious of the integrity of the characters. co-winner with Simone Signoret) Silver Bear for an outstanding single achievement (winner) Silver Bear for Best Screenplay (winner) UNICRIT Award (Frank D. . Vol. 165 Issue 13. . remembering too many details out of the past. which not only deny the splendid accuracy of the situations and the settings. This is especially true of the supporting characters. however. of delicately realized intangibles: small-scale about large issues. 2p Awards and nominations • 21st Berlin International Film Festival:[4] • • • • • Silver Bear for Best Actress (Shirley MacLaine. and monologues." [2] TV Guide rates it 3½ out of a possible four stars and calls it a "well-written if somewhat stagey character study [with] one of Maclaine's best performances. Vincent Canby said." [3] Stanley Kauffmann of the New Republic called this "a film of authenticity. I wish I liked it more. who are always telling us too much. . without the additive that transforms recognizable experience into art . complex performance ." He lists it as a "top film worth seeing" in late 1971. . find it difficult to respond. . . 9/25/71. In every respect. if not unmoved. O'Loughlin as Charlie Critical reception In his review in the New York Times. "I must confess that Desperate Characters left me." [1] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times described it as "a terribly interesting and well-acted movie that does not deserve some of the criticism it's getting . whatever you think of its urban paranoia. and it's a style to which I . to know that she really had it all. is similar. Shirley MacLaine. It's as if its cheerlessness had been bottled straight. truthful without settling for honest-to-God TV fact. winner) Golden Bear for Best Picture (nominee) . the screenplay is a vast improvement over Gilroy's Pulitzer Prize-winning The Subject Was Roses.Desperate Characters 67 Cast • • • • Shirley MacLaine as Sophie Bentwood Kenneth Mars as Otto Bentwood Sada Thompson as Claire Gerald S. Watching Miss MacLaine and Mars work together is enough to justify the movie.

nytimes.imdb. com/ movies/ desperate-characters/ review/ 112774) "Berlinale 1971: Prize Winners" (http:/ / www. com/ apps/ pbcs. External links • Desperate Characters at the Internet Movie Database (http://www. tvguide. html). .com/title/tt0066986/) .de. berlinale. suntimes. Retrieved 2010-03-13. dll/ article?AID=/ 19711110/ REVIEWS/ 111100301/ 1023) TV Guide review (http:/ / www.Desperate Characters 68 References [1] [2] [3] [4] New York Times review (http:/ / movies. com/ movie/ review?res=9D0CEEDD1F3FE63ABC4B51DFBF66838A669EDE) Chicago Sun-Times review (http:/ / rogerebert. berlinale. de/ en/ archiv/ jahresarchive/ 1971/ 03_preistr_ger_1971/ 03_Preistraeger_1971.

all she hears is exotic music playing in the background. and both here and in other parts of the film it is subtly implied that theirs is not an ordinary siblings' relationship. and heads over to her brother's seedy Spanish Harlem . When she calls him. and her younger brother Joel Delaney attend a party being given by Norah's friend Dr. many of them mistaking Joel for Norah's younger lover. and directed by Waris Hussein. followed by somebody breathing and making odd sounds into the phone. Norah Benson. Joel fails to attend a scheduled dinner at Norah's house. self-compliant snobbishness. 1972 105 minutes United States English $1. although there is no open allusion to incest. the latest of which being Tangiers. Erika Lorenz.The Possession of Joel Delaney 69 The Possession of Joel Delaney The Possession of Joel Delaney Original theatrical poster Directed by Written by Starring Waris Hussein Ramona Stewart (novel) Irene Kamp. It is also established. many reviewers compare it. Two days after the party. The film was entered into the 22nd Berlin International Film Festival. a wealthy Manhattan socialite. their demeanor together catches the eye of other people attending the party. in contrast to Norah's upscale. Norah is extremely protective of her brother. Joel's girlfriend Sherry appears later on during the party. bohemian type and frequently goes on trips to exotic locations. to The Exorcist. later in the film.[1] Plot At the beginning of the film. which would come one year later. Because it was released during the early seventies and deals with possession. albeit somehow complementary mindsets. Ornitz Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget John Victor-Smith Paramount Pictures May 24.300. some favorably. She tells her children Carrie and Peter to go ahead and eat. Joel is more of an adventurous. Matt Robinson (screenplay) Shirley MacLaine Perry King Cinematography Arthur J. It is based on the 1970 novel of the same name by Ramona Stewart. that the two siblings have sensibly different.000 The Possession of Joel Delaney is a 1972 horror film starring Shirley MacLaine and Perry King.

nearly burning Sherry's hair in the candles on the cake and insulting Veronica and Sherry in fluent Spanish. he asks her to bring one of Joel's belongings to his flat. Joel starts acting childishly. When she steps out of the cab. The stories didn't get much attention because the girls were Hispanic. unaware that Joel is standing outside of his and Erika's 70 . Lorenz. The next day is his birthday and he invites Sherry to Norah's place for a small party. who reveals the film's major plot point to both her and the audience: Tonio is dead and his spirit has entered Joel's body. She implores Veronica to help her find out exactly what's going on with her brother. in perfectly fluent Spanish) and barricaded inside. although she admits to him having a dark side. attended by Norah's kids and Sherry and Veronica. is dragged out by the police. She has to come back with Joel. She also finds an unusually large switchblade knife in Joel's place. Norah rents a car and is off to the beach house. and much to her horror finds the girl's decapitated body on the bed and her head hanging from a huge plant. In spite of the Erika's recommendations. Norah then goes to Bellevue and finds out that her brother doesn't even remember the assault on the super. she finds Joel screaming (again. unnerving her. Norah is reluctant at first but Joel comes out of his room and is taken away by the officer. as it is later revealed). He asks Norah inappropriate questions about her sex life. a prominent surgeon. he also sneaks from his room without telling anyone and shows up at a nearby nightclub where he finds Sherry intoxicated and flirting with other men. she arrives at Don Pedro's apartment with Joel's scarf and finds Tonio's mother. The following day. He then goes on to a more menacing tone. The former employee. she is handed the keys by Mr. Mrs. though. The investigation stalled when Pérez's friends and neighbors in Spanish Harlem refused to cooperate. She then learns that he tried to kill the building superintendent. Initially reluctant. according to Don Pedro. Norah sees a large group of people surrounding his building as her brother. In one of these appointments. The ritual turns out to be a failure. Pérez (Aukie Herger). The belief is that Tonio Pérez committed the crimes but he's been missing ever since. asking whether Joel has any Puerto Rican friends. Erika asks about his recent trip to Tangiers and wonders why someone from such an affluent background would want to live in the East Village. She then takes Peter and Carrie to Erika's apartment and catches her just as she's preparing her husband for a business trip. Nevertheless. she learns that Joel has been taken to the psychiatric ward for observation. They go back to her luxury high-rise apartment where Joel proceeds to get rough during their lovemaking. Detective Brady (Peter Turgeon) arrives at Norah's house to question her about the event. screaming hysterically and in handcuffs. Tonio Pérez's spirit doesn't want to come out because Norah isn't a believer. a typical item in Santeria rites) painted in the wall of both the super's and his brother's flats. Sherry arrives minutes later and dismisses the possibility of Joel being homicidal. It turns out the murder is similar to three others that happened the summer before in which the victims were found decapitated with their heads tied to something. Norah is determined to find out why and takes a taxi up to Spanish Harlem to see her. Pérez and finds the whole place in disarray and an eerie sign (a hand with stigmata. Erika tells her to go to her home in the coast for now and that she will deal with Joel. gives her the name and address of Don Pedro (Edmundo Rivera Alvarez). owner of a store that sells paraphernalia for Santeria rituals. he agrees to confess he did take them in exchange for leaving Bellevue attending daily appointments with Dr. Norah decides to go through with the Santeria ritual. All the participants seem possessed by the spirit they're trying to channel. She then calls home to speak to Veronica but finds out from the kids that the maid quit her job. Norah goes to Sherry's apartment to return her other earring. When Norah gets home. Joel begins behaving oddly. Using the connections provided by her former husband Ted. Norah goes to the New York Public Library to look at the articles about the Pérez murders. aware that she's now as entitled to condescension as Norah.The Possession of Joel Delaney apartment to find out about his delay. Pérez admits that her son killed the other three girls and tells Norah that Tonio's father killed him when he found out. Erika's husband leaves for the trip. At home. Joel tells her he formed a strong bond with a young Puerto Rican named Tonio Pérez (the super's son. The detective insists on seeing Joel and taking him down to the station house. pretending he has found Sherry's lost earring in the car and then letting it go off with a balloon. Mr. When she goes to Joel's building the next day. Soon others arrive and the ceremony begins. and is being taken to Bellevue Hospital. and that he insists that he did not take drugs.

Their first night at the beach house is uneventful. They can only watch what's happening through the huge glass sliding doors. 71 Controversy One of the more controversial elements of the film is its ending. As she cradles him in her arms.The Possession of Joel Delaney apartment building.Ted Benson Miriam Colon .Charles (as Earl Hyman) Marita Lindholm . Norah tells the kids to run out of the house.Veronica Ernesto Gonzalez .Young Man at Seance Aukie Herger . the next morning. The film was blasted by critics for the nude scene and the unconvincing script used.Mrs.Erika Edmundo Rivera Álvarez . The next several shots show a thirteen year old boy dancing and walking about the room naked (including full frontal nudity). They struggle and Joel gives his sister a passionate kiss (again hinting at the film's incestuous subtext).Mr. It would also be the first movie for Perry King and the last horror film Shirley MacLaine made.Don Pedro Teodorina Bello . Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine . Mr. Noticing that Peter has broken a sweat from the dancing. claiming that today it would earn the film an NC-17 rating. Norah jumps on Joel to stop him. Perez Earle Hyman . Norah comes back from the beach with her children and finds Erika's decapitated head on a cabinet above the refrigerator.Marta Benson .Peter Benson Lisa Kohane . He taunts them by graphically cutting open a fish the kids caught shortly before. Joel goes after them and is shot by one of the officers.Carrie Benson Barbara Trentham . In the kitchen he tries to force Carrie to eat dog food before slashing her neck slightly. The new Region 1 DVD reflects an altered version. however. puts on music and orders them all to dance. Stephen King wrote about the film and that particular scene. he orders the boy to strip. Benson and the police arrive and Norah yells at them not to shoot. he keeps them captive and subjects them to both physical and psychological torment.Joel Delaney Michael Hordern . Now uniformly possessed by his Spanish-speaking persona. Norah picks up the knife and holds it up towards the cop who shot Joel.Sherry Lovelady Powell .Norah Benson Perry King . His sister runs to his side but its too late to save him. Pererz Robert Burr . something seems to overcome her. Finally. The VHS tape was released uncensored in 1998.Justin David Elliott . In the March 5. 2004 issue of Entertainment Weekly. Joel is standing nearby with a knife.

imdb. Retrieved 2010-06-28.The Possession of Joel Delaney 72 References [1] "IMDB.imdb. com/ title/ tt0067601/ awards). External links The Possession of Joel Delaney (http://www. .com.com/title/tt0067601/) at the Internet Movie Database . imdb.com: Awards for The Possession of Joel Delaney" (http:/ / www.

NY Times. (http://www.com) .The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir 73 The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir Directed by Produced by Written by Narrated by Cinematography Editing by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Shirley MacLaine Claudia Weill Shirley MacLaine Shirley MacLaine Shirley MacLaine Joan Weidman Claudia Weill Aviva Slesin Claudia Weill 1975 74 minutes United States English The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir is a 1975 documentary film directed by Shirley MacLaine and Claudia Weill. com/ movie/ 145445/ The-Other-Half-of-the-Sky-A-China-Memoir/ details). Retrieved 2008-11-15.[1] References [1] "NY Times: The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir" (http:/ / movies. .kbkendall. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.imdb. External links • The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir (http://www. nytimes.com/title/tt0073495/) at the Internet Movie Database • The autobiography "Berkeley to Beijing" discusses the events surrounding the filming from a twelve year old girls perspective.

the film won no Oscars. and Best Writing. Meanwhile. 1977 119 minutes United States English The Turning Point is a 1977 film written by Arthur Laurents and directed by Herbert Ross. The reunion stirs up old memories and affects the present. the two reunite.The Turning Point (1977 film) 74 The Turning Point (1977 film) The Turning Point Directed by Produced by Herbert Ross Arthur Laurents Herbert Ross Nora Kaye Arthur Laurents Shirley MacLaine Anne Bancroft Tom Skerritt Mikhail Baryshnikov Leslie Browne Written by Starring Cinematography Robert Surtees Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language William H. Awards It was nominated for 11 Academy Awards:[1] Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Mikhail Baryshnikov). an old male friend of DeeDee's is getting to know her all over again. Anne Bancroft. Thus. it shares the dubious distinction of receiving the most Oscar nominations without any awards. Marshall Thompson and James Mitchell. Best Director. Marvin March). Emilia's brother Ethan is offered two ballet scholarships. Anthony Zerbe. along with The Color Purple. Best Sound. Leslie Browne. Martha Scott. In starring roles were Shirley MacLaine. Emma (Anne Bancroft) stayed in the company and became a prima ballerina. DeeDee (Shirley MacLaine) left ballet after becoming pregnant with the child of another ballet dancer. When the company finally comes back to town. Also. Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Leslie Browne). Best Cinematography. Emilia starts an affair with a big-name Russian ballet defector and ladies' man (Mikhail Baryshnikov). Best Actress in a Leading Role (Shirley MacLaine). Despite these 11 nominations. The two settled down to raise a family and co-run a ballet studio in the suburbs of Oklahoma City. Best Actress in a Leading Role (Anne Bancroft). is invited to join the company at Emma's request. DeeDee's daughter. Best Art Direction-Set Decoration (Albert Brenner. Tom Skerritt. Mikhail Baryshnikov. Plot This film tells the story of friends and former competitors in the world of ballet. Reynolds 20th Century Fox November 14. Wayne (Tom Skerritt). it looks as if Emma's day in the sun is coming to an end. Emilia (Leslie Browne). but is unsure to pursue a career between ballet and baseball. Best Picture. Best Film Editing. . Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

He subsequently played in several other films following The Turning Point including: White Nights (1985). the director. only they were dancers and one was the mother and they were old friends. New York: Putnam. including: Nijinsky (1980) and Dancers (1987). New York: Harper. and appeared in several films after The Turning Point. in 1976. Brenda (Shannen Doherty) and Andrea (Gabrielle Carteris) act out a crucial scene from the film that escalates into an offstage confrontation." In the Judy Blume book Summer Sisters this film sparked a great discussion with the two main characters of the story. one for which he received an Oscar nomination. The New York Times. much to his delight. • Lawrence.. then became principal in 1986. The Celluloid Closet: Homosexuality in the Movies. References [1] "The Turning Point . Baryshnikov's performance of Yuri Kopeikine in The Turning Point was his first film role.com/work/51265) at Allmovie . Mikhail Baryshnikov. Greg.allmovie. She retired from the company in 1993. In the episode of That '70s Show entitled Fez Dates Donna. 2001. with Gregory Hines and Isabella Rossellini (choreographed by Twyla Tharp). [looks confused] I should really rent that again. In an episode of "Beverly Hills. 90210" entitled "Pass/Not Pass". Dance with Demons: The Life of Jerome Robbins. Eric. • Russo. and Dancers (1987).com/title/tt0076843/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Turning Point (http://www. . In 1997. she was awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award by the New York City Dance Alliance. ISBN 0-399-14652-0. Ms. Appearances in popular culture In an episode of The Nanny. She had joined the American Ballet Theatre just a year prior. 1987. External links • The Turning Point (http://www. a young professional dancer with the American Ballet. ISBN 0-06-096132-5. 2008. Vito. which showed how different the girls' priorities were. Fran references the film by saying: "This is like that movie 'The Turning Point'. This film was also an introductory acting film for infamous Russian ballet dancer. nytimes. could not take Donna out to see the movie since Donna was pretending to be dating Fez. as a soloist. each directed by Herbert Ross. Retrieved December 30. Though his by-now famous stage presence and soaring jumps had been made famous by PBS's airing of In Performance Live from Wolf Trap (his American television dancing debut in 1976).. received a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in this film. Browne was also the goddaughter of Herbert Ross. com/ movie/ 51265/ The-Turning-Point/ awards).imdb.Awards" (http:/ / movies.The Turning Point (1977 film) 75 Details Leslie Browne. Vix and Caitlin.

Being There


Being There
Being There

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Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Hal Ashby Andrew Braunsberg Jerzy Kosinski Robert C. Jones Peter Sellers Shirley MacLaine Melvyn Douglas Jack Warden Richard A. Dysart Richard Basehart Johnny Mandel

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Cinematography Caleb Deschanel Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Gross revenue Don Zimmerman United Artists December 19, 1979 130 minutes United States English $30,177,511

Being There is a 1979 American comedy-drama film directed by Hal Ashby, adapted from the 1971 novella written by Jerzy Kosinski. The screenplay was coauthored by Kosinski and Robert C. Jones. The film stars Peter Sellers, Shirley MacLaine, Melvyn Douglas, Jack Warden, Richard A. Dysart, and Richard Basehart. Douglas won the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role and Sellers was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role. The screenplay won the 1981 British Academy of Film and Television Arts (Film) Best Screenplay Award and the 1980 Writers Guild of America Award (Screen) for Best Comedy Adapted from Another Medium. It was also nominated for the 1980 Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay. This was the last Peter Sellers film to be released while he was alive. The making of the film is portrayed in The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, a biographical film of the late actor's life.

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Chance (Peter Sellers) is a middle-aged gardener who lives in the townhouse of a wealthy man in Washington D.C. Chance seems very simple-minded and has lived in the house his whole life, tending the garden, with virtually no contact with the outside world. His cultural and social education is derived entirely from what he watches on the television sets provided by the "Old Man," who raised him. The only other person in his life is Louise, the maid who cooks his meals and looks upon him as nothing more than a child who has failed to grow up. When his benefactor dies, Chance is visited by attorneys handling the estate. They force him to leave his sheltered existence and discover the outside world for the first time. He wanders aimlessly through a wintry and busy Washington in old-fashioned clothes, a homburg hat, suitcase, umbrella and a television remote from his old home. Although finely-tailored many years ago, his clothes are of the style which has now come back into fashion during the period of the story, and so he is presumed to be an expensively well-dressed man of means by those whom he encounters. In the evening Chance comes across a TV shop and sees his own image in one of the TVs captured by a camera in the shop window. While watching himself in it he is struck by a car owned by Ben Rand (Melvyn Douglas), a wealthy businessman. Rand's wife Eve (Shirley MacLaine) invites Chance to their home (the famous Biltmore Estate doubles as the Rand Estate) to recover from his injured leg. After being offered alcohol for the first time in his life, Chance coughs over it while being asked his name which, instead of "Chance the Gardener" (which is what he said), is interpreted to be "Chauncey Gardiner." During dinner at the Rands' home, Chance describes attorneys coming to his former house and shutting it down. Judging by his appearance and overall demeanor, Ben Rand automatically assumes that Chauncey is an upper class, well-to-do, highly educated business man. Although Chance is really describing being kicked out of the home where he tended to the garden, Ben Rand perceives it as attorneys shutting down Chance's business because of financial problems; he even assumes it must have been caused by "kid lawyers from the SEC," obviously attributing it to have occurred at a higher, more sophisticated level than a tax/IRS problem, as most persons would likely have assumed. Sympathizing with him, Ben Rand takes Chance under his wing. Chance's personal style and seemingly conservative and insightful ways embody many qualities that Ben admires. His simplistic, serious-sounding utterances, which mostly concern the garden, are interpreted as allegorical statements of deep wisdom and knowledge regarding business matters and the current state of the economy in America. Rand is also the confidant and adviser of the U.S. President (Jack Warden), whom he introduces to "Chauncey." Chance's remarks about how the garden changes with the seasons are interpreted by the President as economic and political advice, relating to his concerns about the mid-term unpopularity that many administrations face while in office. Chance, as Chauncey Gardiner, quickly rises to national public prominence. He becomes a media celebrity with an appearance on a television talk show, and is soon on the A-list of the most wanted in Washington society. Public opinion polls start to reflect just how much his "simple brand of wisdom" resonates with the jaded American public. At an upscale Washington cocktail lounge, two important, older, well-dressed men are discussing Chauncey; one says to the other, there is a rumor "he holds degrees in medicine as well as law." Rand, dying of aplastic anemia, encourages his wife to become close to Chance, knowing Eve is a fragile woman. Rand's doctor (Richard A. Dysart) makes a few inquiries of his own and gets to see Chance for what he truly is — an actual gardener, totally oblivious and unaware to the ways of the world. However, the fact that Chance has given Rand an apparent acceptance of his illness and peace of mind with his imminent death makes the doctor hesitant to say anything. He also obviously sees that Chance possesses no guile, no intent to deceive, or any interest which would adversely impact Ben or Eve, or have any adverse effect upon Eve, or the estate, following Ben's death. Just days before his death, Rand rewrites his will to include Chauncey. At his funeral, the President gives a long-winded read-out of various bon mots and quotes made by Rand over the years, which hardly impresses the pallbearers, who are members of the board of Rand's companies. They hold a whispered discussion over potential replacements for the President in the next term of office. As Rand's coffin is about to be interred in the family Masonic pyramid-like mausoleum, they unanimously agree on "Chauncey Gardiner."

Being There Oblivious to all this, Chance wanders through Rand's wintry estate. Ever the gardener, he straightens out a pine sapling and then walks off, across the surface of a small lake. The audience now sees Chance physically walking on water. He pauses, dips his umbrella into the water under his feet as if testing its depth, turns, and then continues to walk on the water as Rand's quote "Life is a state of mind" is superimposed in the background.


• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Peter Sellers as Chance the Gardener, a.k.a. Chauncey Gardiner Melvyn Douglas as Ben Rand Shirley MacLaine as Eve Rand Jack Warden as The President David Clennon as Thomas Franklin Ruth Attaway as Louise Denise DuBarry as Johanna Franklin Richard A. Dysart as Dr. Robert Allenby Richard Basehart as The Soviet ambassador to the United States Sam Weisman as Colson Arthur Rosenberg as Morton Hull Jerome Hellman as Gary Burns James Noble as Kaufman Fran Brill as Sally Hayes Elya Baskin as Karpatov

In the intervening span of several years between the novel's publication and the film's production, Sellers reportedly engaged in quite a dogged quest to obtain the rights to bring the story to the screen and portray its lead character sending several postcards and letters signed "Chance" to Kosinski and Ashby. As the closing credits roll, bloopers from a scene that does not appear in the movie are played: Sellers, lying on a gurney, tries in vain to recite the "message" given by the gang leader (one of the gang members is played by future Allman Brothers band bassist Oteil Burbridge), which includes quite a bit of swearing, with a straight face, and ends up flubbing the lines and laughing instead. Such outtakes being shown in a major Hollywood production were very rare at the time, and Sellers reportedly disapproved of the decision to include them since, by all accounts, it was his desire with this film to display his skills as a serious dramatic actor. The film makes continued use of actual television clips throughout. These clips are part of the ambient visual and audio background, presented as a natural occurrence of a television being on in the room where the scene is taking place. The clips were chosen by Dianne Schroeder, and are referenced in the film credits as "Special Television Effects". These clips are an essential element of the film. They provide a window into the mind of Chance, who knows nothing of the world outside the old man's home except from what he's learned on television. Incidental music is used very sparingly in this film. What little original music is used was composed by Johnny Mandel, and primarily features two recurrent piano themes based on Gnossienne No. 4 and No. 5 by Erik Satie. The other major piece of music used is the Eumir Deodato jazz/funk arrangement of the opening fanfare from Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss, in the scene where Chance leaves the house and ventures out into the world for the first time. This composition is widely known in its original Strauss orchestration.

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Film critic Roger Ebert mentions the final scene in his 2005 book The Great Movies II (p. 52),[1] stating that his film students once suggested that Chance may be walking on a submerged pier. Ebert writes, "The movie presents us with an image, and while you may discuss the meaning of the image, it is not permitted to devise explanations for it. Since Ashby does not show a pier, there is no pier – a movie is exactly what it shows us, and nothing more."[2] Sellers won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his performance in Being There, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for this film at the 52nd Academy Awards (which he lost to Dustin Hoffman in Kramer vs. Kramer). The film is ranked number 26 on the AFI's 100 Years… 100 Laughs list, a list released by American Film Institute in 2000 of the top 100 funniest films in American cinema.[3] A parody of the film titled Being Not All There was published in Mad Magazine. It was illustrated by Mort Drucker and written by Larry Siegel in regular issue #218, October 1980.[4]

[1] Roger Ebert (2006), The Great Movies II (http:/ / books. google. com/ books?id=sdv8LRB6a88C& pg=PA52), Random House, Inc., p. 52, ISBN 9780767919869, [2] Ebert, Roger (May 25, 1997). "Being There review" (http:/ / www. webcitation. org/ 5uuX7KvuP). Chicago Sun-Times. Archived from the original (http:/ / rogerebert. suntimes. com/ apps/ pbcs. dll/ article?AID=/ 19970525/ REVIEWS08/ 401010303) on December 12, 2010. . Retrieved December 12, 2010. [3] "100 Years… 100 Laughs" (http:/ / www. webcitation. org/ 5uuXdQxvi). American Film Institute. 2000. Archived from the original (http:/ / connect. afi. com/ site/ DocServer/ laughs100. pdf?docID=252) on December 12, 2010. . Retrieved December 12, 2010. [4] MAD Cover Site (http:/ / www. madcoversite. com/ mad218. html), MAD #218 October 1980.

• Finkelstein, Joanne (2007). The Art of Self Invention: Image and Identity in Popular Visual Culture (http://www. ibtauris.com/display.asp?ISB=9781845113957). I.B. Tauris. pp. 9, 98–99. ISBN 1845113950. • Neupert, Richard (1995). The End: Narration and Closure in the Cinema. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0814325254. • Nichols, Peter M.; A. O. Scott, Vincent Canby (2004). The New York Times Guide to the Best 1,000 Movies Ever Made. Macmillan. pp. 93–94. ISBN 0312326114. • Sikov, Ed (2002). Mr. Strangelove: A Biography of Peter Sellers. Hyperion. ISBN 0786885815. • Tichi, Cecelia (1991). Electronic Hearth: Creating an American Television Culture. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195079140.

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The four decide to share a Vermont ski house. . and teenager Kasey Evans. 1980 102 minutes United States English A Change of Seasons is a 1980 American dramedy film directed by Richard Lang. Plot When fortysomething Karen Evans discovers her arrogantly self-centered professor husband Adam is having an affair with student Lindsey Rutledge. It stars Anthony Hopkins. hurt feelings. where their efforts to behave like liberal adults are tested by middle-aged angst. Shirley MacLaine and Bo Derek. Lathrop Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Don Zimmerman Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation December 1.A Change of Seasons (film) 80 A Change of Seasons (film) A Change of Seasons Videotape cover Directed by Produced by Written by Richard Lang Noel Black Martin Ransohoff Erich Segal Martin Ranshoff Ronni Kern Fred Segal Shirley MacLaine Anthony Hopkins Bo Derek Michael Brandon Mary Beth Hurt Henry Mancini Starring Music by Cinematography Philip H. Adam is infuriated when he learns about his wife's new relationship. she retaliates by having a dalliance of her own with young. and she in turn defends her right to enjoy the same carnal pleasures he does. philosophical campus carpenter Pete Lachappelle. who unexpectedly arrives to confront her parents with their outrageous behavior.

For the song. steals what there is of the picture to steal. . Adam Evans Bo Derek . and she's too good to be true.. Ronni Kern. and just about as interesting .....Erich Segal. Karyn Evans Anthony Hopkins ..Anthony Hopkins • 1981: Nomianted. . and witless dialogue sink everything except for the perky intelligence of MacLaine. Kasey Evans Edward Winter . A Change of Seasons does prove one thing. A farce about characters who've been freed of their conventional obligations quickly becomes aimless.. . Awards and nominations Golden Raspberry Award • 1981: Nominated. adding the film "is as predictable as a long Arctic winter. glib trappings . "It would take the genius of an Ernst Lubitsch to do justice to the incredibly tangled relationships in A Change of Seasons.. Where Do You Catch the Bus Tomorrow? (Henry Mancini.. The switching of couples seems arbitrary and mechanical. Alice Bingham Critical reception In his review in the New York Times.. schlock without end .. and more sour than amusing. .. The theme song "Where Do You Catch The Bus For Tomorrow?" was written by Alan and Marilyn Bergman and Henry Mancini and performed by Kenny Rankin.." [3] Time Out London calls it "kitsch without conviction... "Worst Actor" . Principal cast • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine . Colorado and Williamstown.. though. Marybeth Hurt ... Alan Bergman) • 1981: Nominated.. Massachusetts. Lindsey Rutledge Michael Brandon . .. "Worst Screenplay" .. Fred Segal . ." [4] The film is rated  M  in New Zealand. the only appealing performance is Miss MacLaine's..A Change of Seasons (film) 81 Production notes The film was shot on location in Glenwood Springs.. Steven Rutledge K Callan . who clearly deserves better than this. . . ... . the screenplay [is] often dreadful . . Pete Lachapelle Mary Beth Hurt . "Worst Original Song" ." [2] TV Guide rates it one out of a possible four stars. Marilyn Bergman. and director Richard Lang is no Lubitsch.. .." [1] Variety observed. Vincent Canby said the film "exhibits no sense of humor and no appreciation for the ridiculous ..

Evelyn James Coburn . Liggett .. com/ film/ reviews/ 69065/ A_Change_of_Seasons....... and the two begin to engage in a dalliance of their own.... Production notes The scenes in Mexico actually were shot in San Diego. Stephanie Stephen Collins . California.jsp?stid=70628) at the TCM Movie Database Loving Couples (1980 film) Loving Couples is a 1980 American romantic comedy film written by Martin Donovan and directed by Jack Smight. Together with A Change of Seasons. html?categoryid=31& cs=1& p=0) TV Guide review (http:/ / www.806. and the two soon are engaged in an affair. nytimes. Videotape cover Principal cast • • • • • Shirley MacLaine . Greg Sally Kellerman ..imdb. and the hotel interiors were filmed at the Ambassador Hotel on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. The plot offers a comic spin on adultery. timeout. When Greg crashes his sports car.. com/ movie/ review?res=9C03EED71638F93AA25751C1A966948260) Variety review (http:/ / www. html) External links • A Change of Seasons (http://www. Mrs.. Evelyn's workaholic husband learns about it from Greg's live-in girlfriend.659 in the US.. Walter Susan Sarandon .com/work/8891) at Allmovie • A Change of Seasons (http://tcmdb... the film was one of two 1980 20th Century Fox releases starring Shirley Maclaine that dealt with the subject of marital infidelity.. com/ review/ VE1117789822. The film grossed $2.. variety.com/title/title.allmovie.. Complications arise when the two couples plan a clandestine weekend getaway at the same Acapulco resort. scatterbrained television weather girl Stephanie. com/ movies/ change-seasons/ review/ 110655) Time Out London review (http:/ / www. tvguide. doctor Evelyn comes to his rescue.com/title/tt0080515/) at the Internet Movie Database • A Change of Seasons (http://www..A Change of Seasons (film) 82 References [1] [2] [3] [4] New York Times review (http:/ / movies.

suntimes." lyrics by Gimbel. . nytimes... music by Karlin." [1] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times called it "a dumb remake of a very old idea that has been done so much better so many times before. sassy and sweet in turn.com/title/tt0081080/) at the Internet Movie Database ." lyrics by Pitchford. or even that they're people at all. com/ movie/ review?res=990CE1DE1538F937A15753C1A966948260) Chicago Sun-Times review (http:/ / rogerebert. burying any hints of feminist awareness beneath the routines of macho courtship." lyrics by Dean Pitchford.imdb.. Sarandon is topnotch. that this version is wretchedly unnecessary . about as uneventful and unromantic as a romantic comedy can be" and added." [3] Time Out New York says it "subscribes to conventions as old as the hills and twice as rocky.. Frank J... com/ review/ VE1117792800. Philip H.." [2] Variety opined. the cast respond with performances of glazed charm. Fred Karlin Cinematography ... .. Coburn delivers a casually effective light comedy performance. music by Fred Karlin. "it never creates the impression that any of the lovers much care about one another. Lathrop Editing ." [4] References [1] [2] [3] [4] New York Times review (http:/ / movies.. performed by Syreeta "Bass Odyssey.. . performed by Jermaine Jackson Critical reception In her review in the New York Times. performed by Syreeta "I'll Make It with Your Love. David Susskind Original Music . music by Karklin.. performed by The Temptations "Turn Up the Music. "Direction by Jack Smight is assured and never lags. Janet Maslin called the film "a flat. music by Karlin. com/ apps/ pbcs. lifeless movie . variety.. music by Karlin. Arnold Scaasi Soundtrack • • • • • • "And So It Begins. html) External links • Loving Couples (http://www. the whole project smells like high-gloss sitcom. html?categoryid=31& cs=1& p=0) Time Out New York review (http:/ / www." lyrics by Pitchford.. Aldredge.Loving Couples (1980 film) 83 Principal production credits • • • • • Executive Producer . performed by Billy Preston "Take Me Away. dll/ article?AID=/ 19801031/ REVIEWS/ 10310301/ 1023) Variety review (http:/ / www.. timeout.." lyrics and music by Gregory Wright." lyrics by Norman Gimbel... Urioste Costume Design . Faced with direction paced at a lethargic crawl and dialogue of inconceivable banality. . MacLaine is in top form. performed by The Temptations "There's More Where That Came From.. Theoni V. com/ film/ newyork/ reviews/ 80867/ Loving_Couples.

Best Supporting Actor for Jack Nicholson. 1983 131 minutes United States English $8 million $108. Best Direction. and Best Actress for Shirley MacLaine.423. Brooks from the novel by Larry McMurtry and starring Shirley MacLaine. and Jack Nicholson. It covers 30 years of the relationship between Aurora Greenway (MacLaine) and her daughter Emma (Winger). . Brooks James L. including Best Picture. Debra Winger. in which MacLaine and Nicholson reprised their roles. The Evening Star. The film won five Academy Awards. Brooks Terms of Endearment by Larry McMurtry Shirley MacLaine Debra Winger Jack Nicholson Danny DeVito John Lithgow Jeff Daniels Michael Gore Starring Music by Cinematography Andrzej Bartkowiak Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Richard Marks Paramount Pictures November 23.489 Terms of Endearment is a 1983 romantic comedy-drama film adapted by James L. A sequel. and four Golden Globes. was released in 1996 to much less acclaim. Brooks James L.Terms of Endearment 84 Terms of Endearment Terms of Endearment Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Based on James L.

however: the brief appearance of Emma and her children spooks Garrett into reassessing his relationship with Aurora and breaking it off with her. but discovers that her husband is still cheating on her. Aurora cultivates the attention of several gentlemen in the area but is attracted to the ne'er-do-well retired astronaut Garrett Breedlove (Jack Nicholson).Terms of Endearment 85 Plot Aurora (Shirley MacLaine) and Emma Greenway Horton (Debra Winger) are mother and daughter searching for love. Emma talks to her children. developing a tenuous relationship. thanks mostly to his philandering. There are consequences for Aurora. Emma and Flap reconcile. and she finds a lover in Sam Burns (John Lithgow). holding her grandchild Melanie. At film's end. Aurora reveals how difficult and caring she can be by nearly climbing into Emma's crib in order to make sure her daughter is breathing—only to be reassured once Emma starts crying. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine as Aurora Greenway Debra Winger as Emma Greenway Horton Jack Nicholson as Garrett Breedlove Lisa Hart Caroll as Patsy Clark Danny DeVito as Vernon Dahlart Jeff Daniels as Flap Horton Huckleberry Fox as Teddy Horton Betty King as Rosie Dunlop John Lithgow as Sam Burns Megan Morris as Melanie Horton F. Emma's marriage to Flap Horton (Jeff Daniels) becomes loveless. she knows they love her as well. After discussions with Flap (while not acknowledging her infidelity). The film closes on Aurora. Aurora maintains a vigil at Emma's side. She ends the relationship with Sam. baseball and being an astronaut. After taking a few tests.{Emma's elder son} remorseful. William Parker as Doctor Mikhail Baryshnikov as Mike David Wohl as Phil Albert Brooks (voice) as Rudyard Greenway Mary Kay Place (voice) as Doris . Emma returns home after leaving her husband after overhearing a conversation suggesting he is having an affair with a grad student. Flap and Aurora remain by her side in the hospital. Emma is diagnosed with cancer. The film follows both women across several years as each find their reasons for going on living and finding joy. Tommy. is approached by Garrett. and is the only person to watch her die—Emma looks at Aurora one last time and passes. Emma and Aurora's friends and family gather at Aurora's home for a wake. it is determined to be terminal and incurable. Flap consoles his younger son. who takes his mind off the wake by talking to him about swimming. On a scheduled checkup with the doctor. telling them both she loves them and even if they disagree. Beginning with Emma's early childhood. Emma attempts reconciliation with Flap accepting that they both made mistakes.

but he was already committed to another film (Stroker Ace). astronaut Garrett Breedlove. Shirley MacLaine. it arrived #1 (for the sixth and final time) grossing $3 million.Motion Picture Drama – (Shirley MacLaine) Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – (Jack Nicholson) Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay . We’re going along and going along. so it was handed to James Garner. it grossed $3. and maintains a 89% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The role wound up going to Nicholson. You get it all the time when people don’t quite know what to do. frustrated by the director's sudden changes of conception and Winger's and Nicholson's pranks.423. Three weekends later.. playwright Rebecca Gilman disparagingly mentioned Terms of Endearment when discussing dramatic shortcuts. Garner quarreled with the director over differing interpretations.[2] Critical reception The film was generally well regarded by critics. who gave the film a highly enthusiastic review.[3] Gene Siskel.Motion Picture – (James L. and there’s not really a plot."[4] Awards Wins The film won five Academy Awards and four Golden Globes:[5] • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Academy Award for Best Picture Academy Award for Directing – (James L. it arrived #1 again with $9 million having wide release. Brooks) Academy Award for Best Actress – (Shirley MacLaine) Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor – (Jack Nicholson) Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay – (James L.[1] The film grossed $108. For four weekends.(Jack Nicholson) National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress .oh. Box office The film also was commercially successful. does not appear in the novel. The part was created for Burt Reynolds. it remained #1 at the box office until slipping to #2 on its tenth weekend. For the last weekends of the film.Drama Golden Globe Award for Best Actress . "My Lucky Stars: A Hollywood Memoir. However. In her 1995 autobiography.489 in the United States. Brooks) Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture . quit in mid-production. predicted accurately upon its release that it would go on to win the Oscar for Best Picture of 1983..4 million ranking #2 until its second weekend when it grossed $3. Brooks) DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures – (James L.(Shirley MacLaine) New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor . she gets cancer. Louise Fletcher and Sissy Spacek were the original choices for the mother and daughter roles. it later dwindled downward. I'm leaving.1 million ranking #1 at the box office. Then. saying to Brooks. and I think in those cases it is a shortcut to tragedy. Brooks) New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Film New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress . On its opening weekend. On the film's eleventh weekend." She later returned to the film." MacLaine wrote about how co-star Debra Winger was extremely difficult and unpleasant to work with and be around during the making of the film.(Debra Winger) . "Look at Terms of Endearment. The part then went to Harrison Ford who turned it down because he did not like the age difference between himself and Shirley MacLaine. "You can take the Oscar I'm not gonna win now. and shove it up your keister.Terms of Endearment 86 Production Actor Jack Nicholson's character.

..allmovie. boxofficemojo.Weekend Box Office Results" (http:/ / www. Anthony Mondell) Academy Award for Film Editing – (Richard Marks) Academy Award for Original Music Score – (Michael Gore) Academy Award for Sound – (Donald O.100 Movies AFI's 100 Years. 3 March 2007. [4] Gilman. [2] "Terms of Endearment (1983)" (http:/ / www. Harold Michelson.100 Laughs AFI's 100 Years. com/ m/ terms_of_endearment/ ). Tom Pedigo.Terms of Endearment • Texas Film Award 2010 [6] 87 Nominations • • • • • • • • • • • • Academy Award for Best Actress – (Debra Winger) Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor – (John Lithgow) Academy Award for Best Art Direction .. nytimes. Rebecca. Retrieved 2009-01-01. NY Times. . Pictures" (http:/ / www.boxofficemojo. org/ news/ pdf/ Shirley%20MacLaine%20Annoucement. [3] "Terms of Endearment Movie Reviews.com/movies/?id=termsofendearment. com/ movies/ ?page=weekend& id=termsofendearment. pdf External links • Terms of Endearment (http://www..Motion Picture Drama – (Debra Winger) Golden Globe Award for Best Director – (James L. Retrieved 2008-12-05. Brooks) BAFTA Award for Best Actress – (Shirley MacLaine) AFI's 100 Years. Alexander) Golden Globe Award for Best Actress . Rotten Tomatoes. [5] "NY Times: Terms of Endearment" (http:/ / movies. .htm) at Box Office Mojo • Terms of Endearment (http://www. boxofficemojo. com/ movie/ 49104/ Terms-of-Endearment/ awards). James R. Kevin O'Connell.imdb. [6] http:/ / www.100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) References [1] "Terms of Endearment (1983) ." • AFI's 100 Years. Rick Kline.com/title/tt0086425/) at the Internet Movie Database • Terms of Endearment (http://www.rottentomatoes.(Polly Platt. Retrieved 2008-02-10.. Box Office Mojo. Box Office Mojo. Personal Interview. com/ movies/ ?id=termsofendearment.. htm).100 Movie Quotes: • Aurora: "Would you like to come in?" Garrett: "I'd rather stick needles in my eyes.. htm). . .com/work/49104) at Allmovie • Terms of Endearment (http://www..com/m/terms_of_endearment/) at Rotten Tomatoes . cinemartsociety. rottentomatoes. Mitchell.

Like the original Cannonball Run. Their appearances. and Shirley MacLaine. albeit in a cameo appearance. and Golden Harvest. including Worst Picture. released by Warner Bros. . Jr. and Worst Actress. it is a set around an illegal cross-country race. coupled with those of Sammy Davis. 1984 Running time Country Language 108 minutes United States Hong Kong English Cantonese See also Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash Cannonball Run II (1984) comedy film featuring Burt Reynolds and an all-star cast.Cannonball Run II 88 Cannonball Run II Cannonball Run II Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Hal Needham Raymond Chow Andre Morgan Harvey Miller Hal Needham Burt Reynolds Dom DeLuise Dean Martin Golden Harvest Written by Starring Studio Distributed by Warner Bros. which saw Jamie Farr as the only returning actor. but no wins. Release date(s) June 29. from the previous two films. The film received eight Golden Raspberry Award nominations in 1984. It is also marked the final feature film appearances of Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra. Worst Actor. marked the final on-screen appearance of the old Rat Pack team. This was the last of the "formula" comedies for Reynolds. This film was followed by Speed Zone! in 1989.

Jr. DeLuise also appears uncredited as Don Canneloni Dean Martin as Jamie Blake Sammy Davis. Gazzo. Frank Sinatra as Himself Joe Theismann as Mack. Tony. Cannonballers drive into her house.J. Slim and Caesar. Sid Caesar and Louis Nye as the fishermen in the rowboat Jackie Chan as Jackie Chan. Don Don's henchmen Jim Nabors as Private Homer Lyle. the limo drivers with the orangutan Jack Elam as Doctor Nikolas Van Helsing Charles Nelson Reilly as Don Don Canneloni Michael V. Gomer Pyle Molly Picon reprises her role of Mrs. the truck driver who helps out Jill and Marcie Shawn Weatherly as the girl in Jamie Blake's bed Dale Ishimoto as a Japanese businessman Arte Johnson as a pilot Fred Dryer as a California Highway Patrol sergeant Chris Lemmon as a young California Highway Patrol officer George Lindsey as Uncle Cal Doug McClure as The Sheik's servant Jilly Rizzo as Jilly Dub Taylor as a sheriff Director Hal Needham appears uncredited as a Porsche 928 driver in a cowboy hat . In this film. Mitsubishi engineer Richard Kiel as Arnold. Goldfarb. a parody of his popular character.Cannonball Run II 89 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Burt Reynolds as J. Jackie's driver Tim Conway and Don Knotts as California Highway Patrol officers who pull over the driving monkey Mel Tillis as Mel (back from the first film) and Tony Danza as Terry. The King Telly Savalas as Hymie Kaplan Marilu Henner as Betty Shirley MacLaine as Veronica Susan Anton as Jill Catherine Bach as Marcie Foster Brooks. as Morris Fenderbaum Jamie Farr as The Sheik Ricardo Montalban as The Sheik's father. McClure Dom DeLuise as Victor Prinzi/Captain Chaos. Alex Rocco. Seymour's mother. Henry Silva and Abe Vigoda as Sonny.

loses yet again (this time blaming the doctor who rode with him for injecting him with an unknown substance). with predictably slapstick results. com/ film. In a subplot. Others barrel in by car and rescue the Sheik. dressed as belly dancers. who is reluctant to leave since he has his pick of women there." To make sure his ulcer doesn't prevent him from winning. Sheik Abdul Ben Falafel (Jamie Farr) is ordered by his father (Ricardo Montalban) to go back to America and win another Cannonball Run in order to "emblazon the Falafel name as the fastest in the world. The Sheik. but convinces his father that he'll win the return-trip race. who teamed with JJ (Burt Reynolds) and Victor (Dom DeLuise) in the first race as his in-car physician. External links • Cannonball Run II [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Cannonball Run II [2] at Rotten Tomatoes • Movie stills [3] References [1] http:/ / www. In the end. virtual-history. The race begins with JJ and Victor dressed as a US Army general and his private driver. including JJ and Victor. Blake (Dean Martin) and Fenderbaum (Sammy Davis Jr. but willing to hitch a ride with JJ and Victor when they think the guys could become overnight millionaires. JJ. They don't lose their habits until later. his father simply tells him to "buy one. Don Don hatches a plot to kidnap the Sheik in an attempt to extort money from him. the Sheik hires Doctor Nikolas Van Helsing (Jack Elam). After the Sheik manages to bail out Blake and Fenderbaum by handing one of Don Don's thugs a stack of cash. as it turns out. having hired the winner of this one. He brings along a blond-haired servant (Doug McClure). who have taken jobs working with a flying stunt crew. com/ m/ cannonball_run_2/ [3] http:/ / film. They catch the attention of Betty (Marilu Henner) and Veronica (Shirley MacLaine)." When Sheik Abdul points out that there is no Cannonball Run that year. rottentomatoes. imdb. the Sheik bankrolls Don Don's bordello and then declares that he's upping the stakes to $2 million for the winner. com/ title/ tt0087032/ [2] http:/ / www. php?filmid=479 . The racers band together to invade the bordello. Most of the participants from the first race are lured back. who are dressed as nuns for a musical.) are in financial trouble with Don Don Canneloni (Charles Nelson Reilly). It turns out to be an orangutan with a penchant for destructive behavior and giving elderly ladies the middle finger. All jump into their vehicles and make a dash for the finish line. who receives numerous slaps in the face from both the sheik and his father. Victor. who in turn is in financial trouble with mob enforcer Hymie Kaplan (Telly Savalas). and Fenderbaum infiltrate it in drag.Cannonball Run II 90 Plot Having lost the first Cannonball Run race. Don Don's enforcers continue to blunder one plan after another.

Madame Sousatzka 91 Madame Sousatzka Madame Sousatzka Directed by Written by Starring John Schlesinger Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (based on the novel by Bernice Rubens) Shirley MacLaine Navin Chowdhry Shabana Azmi Peggy Ashcroft Twiggy Leigh Lawson Barry Douglas Gerald Gouriet Music by Cinematography Nat Crosby Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Language Peter Honess Universal Pictures. who is a Russian-American immigrant. Cineplex Odeon Films October 14. to parents of Latvian descent. Plot synopsis Bengali immigrant Sushila Sen (Shabana Azmi) lives in London with her son Manek (Navin Chowdhry) who is musically gifted. Manek is soon forced to choose between Madame Sousatzka and his mother who both compete for his attention. who studied with Levinskaya. Madame Sousatzka. never succeeded as a pianist and thus lives through her students. . child prodigy pianist. particularly talented ones such as Manek. She supports them both as a caterer of Indian food. Harold Rubens was born in Cardiff. while Manek studies the piano with Madame Sousatzka (Shirley MacLaine). from whom Souzatzka was created. Wales. Madame Souzatzka is based on the experiences of Harold Rubens. He studied with Levinska from the age of seven. 1988 122 minutes English Madame Sousatzka (1988) is a film directed by John Schlesinger. Cast • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine Navin Chowdhry Shabana Azmi Peggy Ashcroft Twiggy Leigh Lawson Barry Douglas The book. It is based upon the novel of the same name by Bernice Rubens. UK in 1918. while highly talented. with a screenplay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala.

External links • Madame Sousatzka [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. 1988.WON Availability The film was released in U.Drama . 2010. the movie was released on videocassette by MCA Home Video in 1989. com/ title/ tt0095564/ . Sometime after its theatrical run.Shirley MacLaine .S. Universal Studios Home Entertainment has not announced any plans for a DVD release. References • IMDb webpage: tt0095564 [1]. The movie has never been released on DVD and as of January 4. theaters on October 14.Madame Sousatzka 92 Awards • Golden Globes • Best Actress . imdb.

Louisiana.904. area.[3] . but are as tough as steel. which in turn dealt with the playwright's experience with the death of his sister. The magnolia specifically references a magnolia tree they are arguing about at the beginning.Steel Magnolias 93 Steel Magnolias Steel Magnolias Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Herbert Ross Ray Stark Andrew Stone Victoria White Robert Harling Sally Field Dolly Parton Shirley MacLaine Daryl Hannah Olympia Dukakis Julia Roberts Georges Delerue Rastar Written by Starring Music by Studio Distributed by TriStar Pictures Release date(s) November 15.091[2] Steel Magnolias is a 1989 American comedy-drama film about the bond among a group of women from a parish in the Natchitoches. The movie is based on a 1987 play Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling. The title suggests the main female characters can be as delicate as magnolias. 1989 Running time Country Language 117 minutes [1] United States English Gross revenue $95.

a cheerful widow. At the funeral. and M'Lynn is Shelby's worried and over-protective. With the help of her friends (and at the expense of Ouiser's dignity). who has come to answer Truvy's request to the college for a new employee. Annelle asks M'Lynn if she could name her baby after Shelby. During an argument with her mother over whether or not she should bear a child. A shadow is soon brought upon the cast as Shelby discovers that her kidneys are beginning to fail as a result of her pregnancy. Time skips about a year and a half and picks up with everyone celebrating the first birthday of Shelby's son. but her mother. Shortly after. Annelle meets not only M'Lynn and Shelby but also the other "magnolias" surrounding Truvy's salon. Shelby has a diabetic attack. she begins to accept her daughter's death and focuses her energy on helping Jackson to raise his son (her grandson). Jackson Jr. M'Lynn holds Shelby's hand as her daughter passes away moments later.Steel Magnolias 94 Plot Steel Magnolias opens to a spring day in the Chinquapin Parish. Jack Jr. Nonetheless. Unfortunately. which a touched M'Lynn happily obliges. The women gossip throughout the year as holidays and other gatherings come and go. a grouchy. Truvy's other friends include Ouiser Boudreaux (Shirley MacLaine). We discover that the young woman is a recent beauty school graduate. two-time widow. M'Lynn is beside herself in grief. Annelle goes into labor during the Easter Egg Hunt and is rushed to the hospital as the credits start to roll. the "magnolias" show through laughter and tears that sometimes flowers are expected to carry weight that may only be supported by pure steel. As everyone waits to see if the surgery is successful for Shelby. Sadly. Shelby announces to everyone that she is pregnant. it is seen that Ouiser and Owen are still in a relationship. and eventually finds love in a man as well as the Bible. The kidney transplant seems to be a success. M'Lynn offers to donate a kidney to her daughter. and Spud finally shows his romantic side by buying and establishing the Truvy's West Salon. As time passes. she supports her daughter's decision. Shelby is a young diabetic facing a marriage that may not result in children due to her illness. Shelby is thrilled. thus quickly ending the seizure. Shelby collapses into a coma on Halloween and is discovered when Jackson arrives home to find his son. At this time. She leaves the funeral arrangements to Drum and Jackson while she rushes off to be with Jack Jr. Annelle Dupuy Desoto (Daryl Hannah). M'Lynn. On Easter. who enjoys taking cracks at Ouiser whenever possible. Louisiana. is worried that Shelby's body can't handle the stress of pregnancy. Shelby is taken to the hospital and M'Lynn rushes to her side. The woman soon walks into a home-based beauty salon owned by Truvy Jones (Dolly Parton). Shelby Eatenton Latcherie (Julia Roberts). a stage of rebellion. M'Lynn Eatenton's (Sally Field) daughter. incessantly encouraging a comatose Shelby to awaken. crying hysterically. a fictional suburb of Natchitoches. but loving mother. At Christmas. M'Lynn is shown calmly and patiently giving Shelby orange juice and talking her into relaxation. and follows a young woman walking down a residential street. the doctors inform the family that Shelby will likely remain comatose indefinitely and Jackson makes the heart-breaking decision to have her taken off life-support. Annelle goes through a divorce. Annelle is hired immediately because this day happens to be the wedding day of Truvy's good friend. As Shelby's nuptials draw near and the salon fills with gossiping people preparing for the big event. . who always looks on the negative side of life and Clairee Belcher (Olympia Dukakis).

There are only six characters (all female) who appear onstage. Shirley MacLaine (Louisa "Ouiser" Boudreaux). The story is set in a fictional Northwestern Louisiana parish. All of the action of the play takes place solely on one set — Truvy's beauty salon. His friends advised him to write about his feelings as a coping method. The film starred Dolly Parton (Truvy Jones). Louisiana. and then was produced on Broadway in 2005. Dylan McDermott as Jackson Latcherie (Shelby's husband) and Sam Shepard as Spud Jones (Truvy's husband). which is part of her house. The sequence of the action was more tightly linked with major holidays in the film than in the play. was the local advisor on the film. Among the men added to the cast for the movie were Tom Skerritt as Drum Eatenton (M'Lynn's husband). As her best friend and closest sibling. One of the ways he did this was by employing the nurses. which was heavily rewritten to incorporate many more characters. are only referred to in the play's dialogue. It was his first produced screenplay and he also appears in the film as the preacher. In addition. 1989 and grossed more than $83. Susan Harling Robinson. Julia Roberts (Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie) and Daryl Hannah (Annelle Dupuy-Desoto). the story of Steel Magnolias is based on the death of Robert Harling's younger sister. Harling wanted the moviegoers to have a true experience of what his family endured during his sister's hospitalization. a former mayor of Natchitoches. Stage play The stage play was originally staged Off-Broadway in 1987. The film was directed by Herbert Ross. Robert Harling adapted his own play. Much dialogue was added and several lines in the play were cut or assigned to other characters than originally intended. doctors and other hospital staff that worked with his sister as characters in the movie portraying their real-life roles. Historian Robert DeBlieux. . Chinquapin. for Best Supporting Actress and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress. Olympia Dukakis (Clairee Belcher). Julia Roberts received her first Oscar nomination. It began as a short story and evolved into a full-length play due to the complexity of the relationships and emotions that existed within the characters.7 million at the box office. a disc jockey's voice is also heard (from a radio in the background) during the play. All the other characters who appear in the film version. such as the males in the ladies' lives. Sally Field (M'Lynn Eatenton).Steel Magnolias 95 Background As noted in the Special Features on the Steel Magnolias DVD. The casting and sets of the film go far beyond the modest means of the original play to include male characters. The location for the filming was Natchitoches. Truvy is given only one son instead of two. Harling felt it important to include the way the characters utilized humor and lighthearted conversations to cope with the seriousness of the underlying situations. Harling found it difficult to cope with her death. ensembles and outdoor scenes. a diabetic. Film The film was released by Tri-Star Pictures in the United States on November 15.

leaving her baby to be raised by his father and grandmother. He meets Annelle at Shelby's wedding and immediately falls in love with her. and brother of Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie and Jonathan Eatenton. and Tommy. decides to have a child. Jonathan.Ouiser's former lover.A local wealthy woman. but is saddened by his sister's death. Shelby dies (age 21). and had three ungrateful children. Her wish is for her husband to do something romantic for her and in the end he does by establishing a new beauty parlor for her. When her former lover Owen Jenkins re-appears.Annelle's husband. M'lynn. which at the end he does by establishing a new beauty parlor for her. She makes an armadillo-shaped groom's cake for Jackson and Shelby's wedding. She marries Jackson Latcherie. She is close friends with Ouiser and has a teasing. implying they will continue their relationship. grandmother to Jackson Latcherie Jr. Her home has track lighting. and is the mother of both Marshal and Nancy-Beth Marmillion. Clairee is an avid football fan and later buys the radio station KPPD. The character of Shelby is based on screenwriter Robert Harling's sister Susan.Shelby's husband. aged 17 at the start . He enjoys teasing Ouiser and her unruly dog. Mother of Shelby. and brother of Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie and Tommy Eatenton. and Tommy. whom they name after Shelby. Jonathan. He loves to play basketball and plays a prank on his sister by decorating her honeymoon car with condoms. Belle is shocked when her son Marshal comes out. She is widowed from her husband Lloyd Belcher. snarky relationship with her. he moves back to Louisiana from Ohio and is reunited with Ouiser by Shelby.A funny and kind sweet-hearted wealthy woman. however by the end they are seen attending a holiday function together.An upper middle-class. • Knowl Johnson: Tommy Eatenton . • Bill McCutcheon: Owen Jenkins . she at first refuses to encourage him. but is saddened by his sister's death. plays and books. She dislikes movies. • Dolly Parton: Truvy Jones . a diabetic who died young. • Kevin J. Recently widowed. She worries about her daughter's health and is heartbroken over Shelby's death at the end but with the help of her friends she manages to rejoice and continue her life by helping her son-in-law Jackson raise her grandson Jackson Jr. and wife to Drum.Jackson's aunt. a respected man and the former mayor who had a local park named after him.Owner of the local Beauty Parlor. O'Connor: Sammy Desoto . After kidney failure and a transplant from her mother. she keeps Jackson Jr. He sings in the church choir.daughter of M'Lynn and Drum Eatenton and sister of Jonathan and Tommy Eatenton. a volunteer at the guidance center with M'Lynn.M'Lynn's husband. they marry and have a baby. • Jonathan Ward: Jonathan Eatenton . whose best friend is Clairee Belcher. • Shirley MacLaine: Louisa "Ouiser" Boudreaux . • Daryl Hannah: Annelle Dupuy Desoto . He loves his nephew Jackson Jr. • Sam Shepard: Spud Jones .Son of Drum and M'Lynn Eatenton. • Tom Skerritt: Drum Eatenton . but she managed to find new love with Sammy DeSoto. • Ann Wedgeworth: Aunt Fern . He loves his nephew Jackson Jr. Rhett. and despite complications of diabetes which cause her doctor to advise against it.Steel Magnolias 96 Film cast • Sally Field: M'Lynn Eatenton . and mother to Louie Jones.A Southern Woman who works at the Louisiana Guidance Center helping troubled people. • Dylan McDermott: Jackson Latcherie . Truvy dislikes her because she does her own hair (Truvy doesn't trust people who do their own hair).Son of Drum and M'Lynn. She has been married twice to two worthless men. He's excited about being a grandfather and loves his grandson Jackson Latcherie Jr. She had a troubled first marriage because her husband left her and was later arrested. . • Olympia Dukakis: Clairee Belcher .Truvy's husband and father of Louie. He is a lawyer and is excited to become a father despite his wife's illness. later marrying him and having a baby with him. • Bibi Besch: Belle Marmillion .A new employee at the beauty parlor. • Julia Roberts: Shelby Eatenton Latcherie. and father to Shelby. She owns a dog. Truvy wishes that he would do something romantic for her. at her house during Shelby's hospital stay. wife to Spud Jones. grouchy but funny and good-hearted woman.

759. and the DVD July 8. 33 (2) [4] http:/ / www.935. com/ title/ tt0098384/ ) [2] "Steel Magnolias at Box Office Mojo" (http:/ / www.904.[6] References [1] Steel Magnolias on IMDb (http:/ / www. boxofficemojo.643.[4] The home video was released on November 15.091 domestically with a further $12. Retrieved 2010-09-29. the-numbers.000 in the foreign markets to give a worldwide gross of $95.com/title/tt098384/) at the Internet Movie Database • Internet Broadway Database listing (http://www. .ibdb.html) .lortel. imdb. CBS declined to pick up the series for the 1990 fall season.com/read/2002/11/01/3036. [3] Scanlon.440. htm [5] http:/ / www. The story picked up where the film left off and therefore Shelby was not included in the show. J. 1989. com/ 2009/ 08/ how-hollywood-kills-diabetes-education.000.asp?ID=386798) • Lortel Off-Broadway listing (http://www.091. html) External links • Steel Magnolias (http://www. 1989. She is a Miss Christmas Beauty Pagent Winner. htm). when it received a wider release 3 weeks later it had already grossed $15.cfm?search_by=show&title=Steel Magnolias) • Diabetes in the Movies (http://www.000. Endocrinologists have expressed dismay that the film does not portray diabetes and diabetes management in an accurate light.091. 1990. with an opening weekend gross of $5. Feminist Studies. Elaine Stritch as Ouiser.904.Steel Magnolias • Janine Turner: Nancy-Beth Marmillion .imdb.Daughter of Belle Marmillion and sister of Marshal Marmillion. (2007) "If My Husband Calls I’m Not Here: The Beauty Parlor as Real and Representational Female Space". com/ movies/ ?id=steelmagnolias. and entered the us box office at number 4.[5] The movie's overall gross was $135. boxofficemojo.145. The film stayed in the top 10 for 16 weeks and went onto gross $83. Polly Bergen as Clairee and Sheila McCarthy as Annelle. A viewer may come away believing that it is dangerous for diabetic women to become pregnant. The cast featured Cindy Williams as M’Lynn. php [6] How Hollywood Kills Diabetes Education by Jennifer Dyer. com/ movies/ ?page=main& id=steelmagnolias. diabetesmine.425. 1994 this allowed the film to gross a further $40. com/ movies/ 1989/ 0STLM. Box Office/Home Media The movie received a limited release on November 17.org/LLA_archive/index.diabeteshealth. MD (http:/ / www. Diabetic awareness The film centers on the impact of diabetes and its complications to a family and community. She has a secret crush on Jackson Latcherie.com/production. Sally Kirkland as Truvy. although the pilot was broadcast on August 17. 97 Television CBS commissioned a television pilot in 1990 in hopes of continuing the story as a weekly half-hour sitcom.

071. manipulative. When she is ready to return to work her agent advises her the studio's insurance policy will cover her only if she lives with a "responsible" individual such as her mother Doris Mann (Shirley MacLaine) who was the reigning musical comedy star of the 1950s and '60s. The screenplay by Carrie Fisher is based on her 1987 semi-autobiographical novel of the same title. Suzanne is loath to return to the woman she struggled to escape from for years after growing up in her shadow.Postcards from the Edge (film) 98 Postcards from the Edge (film) Postcards from the Edge Original poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Mike Nichols John Calley Mike Nichols Carrie Fisher Meryl Streep Shirley MacLaine Dennis Quaid Gene Hackman Rob Reiner Carly Simon Music by Cinematography Michael Ballhaus Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Gross revenue Sam O'Steen Columbia Pictures September 14. . Plot Actress Suzanne Vale (Meryl Streep) is a recovering drug addict trying to pick up the pieces of her career and get on with her life after being discharged from a rehab center she entered to kick a cocaine-acid-Percodan habit. self-absorbed and given to offering her daughter unsolicited advice with insinuating value judgments while treating her like a child. The situation is not helped by the fact Doris is loud.603 (US) [1] Postcards from the Edge is a 1990 American comedy-drama film directed by Mike Nichols. 1990 101 minutes United States English $39. competitive.

" [2] Responding to questions about how closely the film's Suzanne/Doris relationship parallels her relationship with her mother Debbie Reynolds Carrie Fisher stated "I wrote about a mother actress and a daughter actress. Suzanne rushes to her hospital bedside where the two have a heart-to-heart talk while Suzanne fixes her mother's makeup and arranges a scarf on her head to conceal the fact she misplaced her wig in the accident. Suzanne runs into Dr. he professes intense and eternal love for her and she believes every word is true. Other songs performed in the film include "I'm Still Here" by Stephen Sondheim and "You Don't Know Me" by Cindy Walker and Eddy Arnold. Suzanne agrees to go out with him. At home. Suzanne arrives home and discovers that Doris has crashed her car into a tree after drinking too much wine. who had pumped her stomach after her last overdose. Pounder as Julie Marsden . and he invites her to see a movie with him. Frankenthal tells her he's willing to wait until she is. H.Postcards from the Edge (film) Unaware that producer Jack Faulkner (Dennis Quaid) is the one who drove her to the hospital during her last overdose. She declines. Looking and feeling better. Suzanne drives to Jack's house and confronts him." [2] In the DVD commentary she notes that her mother wanted to portray Doris but Nichols cast Shirley MacLaine instead. Still dressed in the costume she wears as a uniformed cop in the schlock movie. Frankenthal Rob Reiner as Joe Pierce Mary Wickes as Grandma Conrad Bain as Grandpa Annette Bening as Evelyn Ames Simon Callow as Simon Asquith Gary Morton as Marty Wiener C. Frankenthal (Richard Dreyfus)." [2] He added "Carrie doesn't draw on her life any more than Flaubert did. Doris musters her courage and faces the media waiting for her. a foot-stomping Country Western number. As their argument escalates. This leads to a verbal brawl between the two women. that Jack is sleeping with Evelyn as well. Dr. I'm not shocked that people think it's about me and my mother. but then we went with the central story of a mother passing the baton to her daughter. She learns from Evelyn Ames (Annette Benning). just a tape recorder with endless batteries. Jack implies that Suzanne was much more interesting when she was trying to function while under the influence. 99 Production In discussing adapting the book for the screen director Mike Nichols commented "For quite a long time we pushed pieces around. During the course of a passionate first date. Suzanne learns from Doris that Suzanne's sleazy business manager Marty Wiener has absconded with all her money. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Meryl Streep as Suzanne Vale Shirley MacLaine as Doris Mann Dennis Quaid as Jack Faulkner Gene Hackman as Lowell Kolchek Richard Dreyfuss as Dr. Blue Rodeo accompanied Meryl Streep on "I'm Checkin' Out" which was written by Shel Silverstein. It's easier for them to think I have no imagination for language. There the paternalistic director Lowell Korshack (Gene Hackman) tells her he has more work for her as long as she remains clean and sober. C. a bit player in her latest film. It's just that his life wasn't so well known. telling him she's not ready to date yet. In the film's closing moments Suzanne performs "I'm Checkin' Out". and Suzanne storms out to go to a looping session. for a scene in Lowell Korshack's new film.

we're encouraged to wonder how many parallels there are between the Streep and MacLaine characters and their originals. "Meryl Streep gives the most fully articulated comic performance of her career. dimly seen. as divulged by writer Carrie Fisher in the DVD commentary. and then desultory talk about offscreen AA meetings.. [He] is finely attuned to the natural surreality of a movie set. however it was cut. ranking #1 at the box office. Nichols's particular ability to discover the humane sensibility within the absurd. nominee) Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song (Shel Silverstein. almost nothing else seems to matter to him. "What's disappointing about the movie is that it never really delivers on the subject of recovery from addiction. Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. nominee) Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture (Shirley MacLaine." He felt the film's earlier section was "the movie's best. But while Nichols is servicing his star. Postcards from the Edge contains too much good writing and too many good performances to be a failure. nominee) BAFTA Award for Best Film Music (Carly Simon.871. nominee) Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy (Meryl Streep. the movie falters. Miss Fisher's tale of odd-ball woe being perfect material for Mr.[6] It eventually earned $39.071.. the one she's always hinted at and made us hope for. unrealized scenes in the rehab center. But the film is preoccupied with gossip.. winner) ." [5] Box office The film opened in 1. but its heart is not in the right place.856 on its opening weekend. Critical reception Vincent Canby of the New York Times said the film "seems to have been a terrifically genial collaboration between the writer and the director." [3] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times observed.. nominee) Academy Award for Best Song (Shel Silverstein..603 in the US. but when he moves away from the show-biz satire and concentrates on the mother-daughter relationship. primarily because Nichols is so focused on Streep. winner) London Film Critics' Circle Award for Newcomer of the Year (Annette Bening. he lets the other areas of the film go slack. nominee) BAFTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay (Carrie Fisher. nominee) American Comedy Award for Funniest Lead Actress in a Motion Picture (Meryl Streep.013 theaters in the United States on September 14. In fact..Postcards from the Edge (film) • • • • • Robin Bartlett as Aretha Barbara Garrick as Carol Anthony Heald as George Lazan Dana Ivey as Wardrobe Mistress Oliver Platt as Neil Bleene 100 Jerry Orbach filmed a scene as Suzanne's father.[1] Awards and nominations • • • • • • • • • • Academy Award for Best Actress (Meryl Streep. nominee) BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Shirley MacLaine. 1990 and grossed $7. There are some incomplete." [4] Hal Hinson of the Washington Post said.

html) New York Times review (http:/ / movies. nytimes. Retrieved 2011-01-01. com/ wp-srv/ style/ longterm/ movies/ videos/ postcardsfromtheedgerhinson_a0a998.imdb. The Los Angeles Times. washingtonpost. dll/ article?AID=/ 19900912/ REVIEWS/ 9120301/ 1023) Washington Post review (http:/ / www. 1 at Box Office Movies: Mother-daughter comedy sales hit $8.com (http:/ / www. htm) [6] "Postcards Takes No.00.318238. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] External links • Postcards from the Edge (http://www. boxofficemojo. com/ movie/ review?res=9C0CEFD8173FF931A2575AC0A966958260) Chicago Sun-Times review (http:/ / rogerebert. 1990 (http:/ / www. com/ movies/ ?id=postcardsfromtheedge. com/ 1990-09-17/ entertainment/ ca-740_1_ticket-sales). htm) Entertainment Weekly. suntimes.Postcards from the Edge (film) 101 References BoxOfficeMojo. September 28." (http:/ / articles.com/title/tt0100395/) at the Internet Movie Database .8 million in sales. Paramount's `Ghost' is in second place on $5. . ew. com/ ew/ article/ 0.1 million. com/ apps/ pbcs.. latimes.

1991 112 min. Daniel and the rest of the recently-deceased are offered many Earth-like amenities and activities in the city while they undergo their judgment processes. a Los Angeles advertising executive. directed by. The film was written. Rip Torn and Lee Grant. It also stars Meryl Streep. The movie was filmed entirely in and around Los Angeles. Defending Your Life contains elements of drama and allegory. where he is to undergo the process of having his life on earth judged. Despite its comedic overtones. dies in a car accident on his birthday and is sent to the afterlife. California. .  United States English Defending Your Life is a 1991 romantic comedy/fantasy film about a man who must justify his life-long lack of assertiveness after he dies and arrives in the afterlife. March 22. and stars Albert Brooks. a purgatory-like waiting area populated by the recently-deceased of the western half of the United States. Plot Daniel Miller (Albert Brooks). He arrives in Judgment City.Defending Your Life 102 Defending Your Life Defending Your Life Defending Your Life poster Directed by Produced by Albert Brooks Robert Grand Michael Grillo Herb Nanas Albert Brooks Albert Brooks Meryl Streep Rip Torn Lee Grant Errol Garner Michael Gore Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Allen Daviau Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language David Finfer Geffen Pictures Warner Bros. from all-you-can-eat restaurants (which cause no weight gain and is the best food) to bowling alleys and comedy clubs.

Diamond argues that Daniel should move onto the next phase.Julia Lee Grant . on the last day of arguments. 103 Cast • • • • • • • • • • Albert Brooks . and subtitles in English.Daniel's Judge Rachel Bard . It features 1. Daniel's judgment process is presided over by two judges (played by Lillian Lehman and George D. people from Earth use so little of their brains (3-5%) that they spend most of their lives functioning on the basis of their fears.Defending Your Life As explained to Daniel. as well as various other bad decisions. Shirley MacLaine has a cameo appearance as herself acting as the holographic host of the "Past Lives Pavilion" (a reference to her publicly known belief in reincarnation). The proceedings do not go well for Daniel. Daniel finds himself strapped in on a tram to return to Earth. shown to the judges to illustrate their case. Daniel's defense attorney." Each utilizes video-like footage from selected days in the defendant's life. the entire event is being monitored by both Bob Diamond and Lena Foster. escapes from the moving tram. Warners also rereleased the film in 2001 in a two-pack DVD set with Brooks' Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World. It is ruled that Daniel will return to Earth. The final nail in his coffin. In the process. when he spots Julia on a different tram across the tram lanes. it seems. Otherwise. Julia is judged worthy to move on. who Diamond informs Daniel is known as "the Dragon Lady. reuniting him with Julia and allowing them both to move on to their next phases of existence together. Meanwhile. 2001.85:1 anamorphic widescreen formatting. the DVD contains no extras.Bob Diamond Meryl Streep . Apart from cast and crew information and the film's theatrical trailer. His formidable opponent is Lena Foster (Lee Grant).Julia's Judge S. Both of these editions have since gone out of print. allowing Daniel in. especially compared to his. Glen Chin cameos as a sumo wrestler. "When you use more than 5% of your brain. who convince the judges that this last-minute display of courage has earned Daniel the right to move on. you don't want to be on Earth. Warner Bros. his soul will be reincarnated on Earth to live another life in another attempt at moving past fear.Julia's Judge Newell Alexander . During the procedure. is when Foster. Scott Bullock . Wallace). a woman who lived a seemingly perfect life of courage and generosity. he may advance up the universe's proverbial food chain. he unstraps himself. for what Foster believes is his same lack of courage. Video releases Defending Your Life was released on VHS and Laserdisc in early 1992.Daniel Miller Rip Torn . French. . Wallace . They open the doors on Julia’s tram. he will be sent on to the next phase of existence. and Portuguese." explains Bob Diamond (Rip Torn).Daniel's Father Carol Bivens . plays footage of his previous night with Julia. Foster shows a series of episodes in which Daniel did not overcome his fears. Home Video released a DVD on April 3. in which he declines to sleep with her. Although he cannot enter it at first. where he will be able to use more of his brain and thus be able to experience more of what the universe has to offer.Lena Foster George D. in a cardboard snap case. Daniel meets and falls in love with Julia (Meryl Streep).Daniel's Judge Lillian Lehman . If the Judgement court determines that Daniel has conquered his fears. Spanish. On a seemingly spur-of-the-moment impulse (and as a last-minute chance to prove his courage).Daniel's Mother Roger Behr cameos as a comedian. believe me. and risks injury to stow away on Julia’s.

Retrieved 2009-10-18. fuzzy way" and a film with a "splendidly satisfactory ending. and perhaps more depressive than he is manic. and Ghost (1990). Field of Dreams (1989). [2] Roger Ebert (April 5. which is unusual for an Albert Brooks film. time. com/ m/ defending_your_life/ ) at Rotten Tomatoes. He asks us to banish the cha-cha-cha beat of conventional comedy from mind and bend to a slower rhythm. suntimes. imdb.00. 1991). . com/ review/ VE1117790339. Variety.warnerbros.[5] The film was not a box office success."[2] The New York Times called it "the most perceptive and convincing among a recent spate of carpe diem movies"— a reference to films such as Dead Poets Society (1989).imdb. Time. [5] Defending Your Life (http:/ / www. Retrieved 2009-10-18. like a hotel lobby sign that reads. but he doesn't carry his conceit nearly far enough. .jsp?OID=7938) at Warner Bros. dll/ article?AID=/ 19910405/ REVIEWS/ 104050301/ 1023). but of an intelligent man sitting down by the fire mulling things over. Best Fantasy Film. But Brooks has always been more of a muser than a tummler. 1991). Retrieved 2009-10-18.Defending Your Life 104 Reception Variety called it an "inventive and mild bit of whimsy" in which Brooks has a "little fun with the Liliom idea of being judged in a fanciful afterlife. Chicago Sun-Times. [3] Caryn James (April 21. com/ apps/ pbcs. Retrieved 2009-10-18. And in this case offering us a large slice of angel food for thought. nytimes. html). The film received mostly positive reviews from critics and holds a 96% rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes (based on 26 reviews). htm). . His pace is not that of a comic standing up at a microphone barking one-liners.972587.allmovie."[1] Roger Ebert called it "funny in a warm.com/m/defending_your_life/) at Rotten Tomatoes Defending Your Life (DVD) (http://whv. com/ time/ magazine/ article/ 0. [4] Richard Schickel (March 25.com/WHVPORTAL/Portal/product. The New York Times. variety. grossing about $16 million in the United States. "Carpe Diem Becomes Hot Advice" (http:/ / movies. rottentomatoes. Retrieved 2009-10-18. and Best Writing (Albert Brooks).[3] Richard Schickel wrote:[4] Defending Your Life is better developed as a situation than it is as a comedy (though there are some nice bits. 1991. "Defending Your Life" (http:/ / www.[6] References [1] "Defending Your Life" (http:/ / www. com/ movie/ review?res=9D0CE7DA1339F932A15757C0A967958260). com/ title/ tt0101698/ awards) from the Internet Movie Database External links • • • • Defending Your Life (http://www. "Defending Your Life" (http:/ / rogerebert.rottentomatoes. WELCOME KIWANIS DEAD). 1991). .9171. [6] Awards for Defending Your Life (http:/ / www. It received three Saturn Award nominations for Best Actress (Meryl Streep).com/work/13087) at Allmovie Defending Your Life (http://www.com/title/tt0101698/) at the Internet Movie Database Defending Your Life (http://www. .

Strangely. despite being distributed by 20th Century Fox on its initial release in 1992. takes a humorous look at a highly dysfunctional family living in the New York City borough of Queens circa 1969. . adapted from his 1988 off-Broadway play The Grandma Plays [1] . Pictures (2011 DVD release) 16 December 1992 115 min USA / Japan English Used People is a 1992 American romantic comedy film directed by Beeban Kidron. The screenplay by Todd Graff.Used People 105 Used People Used People Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Beeban Kidron Peggy Rajski Todd Graff Shirley MacLaine Kathy Bates Jessica Tandy Marcello Mastroianni Marcia Gay Harden Sylvia Sidney Joe Pantoliano Rachel Portman Music by Cinematography David Watkin Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language John Tintori Largo Entertainment JVC Entertainment 20th Century Fox (1992 release) Warner Bros. the movie was put on DVD on March 22. Pictures as part of their Warner Archive Collection. 2011 by Warner Bros.

The odds are against any sane person being able to behave like this man..... satirical.. bittersweet.... Janet Maslin observed... Gregory P. He doesn't often seem like a real human in this movie..... He invites her for coffee. he's more like an all-purpose writer's device.. Marilyn Vance Critical reception In her review in the New York Times.. to wonder if meeting the Mastroianni character is really the best thing that could have happened to her....... He has desired her ever since... Frank Principal production credits • • • • • • • • Presenter . MacLaine is a pro and survives the material. Stuart Wurtzel Art Direction .... Rachel Portman Cinematography ... for me at least. satirical.. What remains to be seen is if he can overcome family objections to religious differences and if he's willing to accept Pearl's daughters: the lonely.. "The movie is by turns serious. Pearl's family tackles any and every subject .. Jack Berman Kathy Bates . Joe Meledandri Bob Dishy .. and now that Pearl is a widow... a distinguished Italian who years ago met Pearl's wayward husband in a bar and convinced him to return to her..... Principal cast • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine .. maudlin. We care about her enough.. and also impersonates Faye Dunaway and Barbra Streisand among others. Bibby Berman Marcia Gay Harden . indeed... Becky Lee Wallace .. overweight Bibby and the pretty but psychologically unstable Norma who dresses up as celebrities to escape the grief that has overwhelmed her since the death of her husband and one of their children.... [the film] makes an international issue out of an Italian-Jewish courtship. It also slathers the ethnic equivalent of corn onto every sentimental scene.... At her father's funeral.... Pearl Berman Marcello Mastroianni .... Keen Costume Design .. Patricia Birch Production Design .... his first step on the road to seduction.. Michael Barnathan. Lloyd Levin Original Music .Lawrence Gordon Executive Producers .... what the movie could not overcome...... And those are just some of the crazy relatives that come as part of the package.Used People 106 Plot synopsis Pearl Berman has just returned home from her husband Jack's funeral. is the lack of any ..as if it's worthy of a major debate. Norma Jessica Tandy .from body odor to toilets to Tupperware to borscht ." [2] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times said. Uncle Harry Doris Roberts . Joe feels the time is right to make his move. her grief disrupted by her many relatives animatedly discussing which parkway offered the best route to the cemetery. romantic and farcical. Norma dresses up the way Jackie Kennedy appeared at the funeral of her husband. Freida Sylvia Sidney ... David Watkin Choreography . appears as Marilyn Monroe as she serves her surviving son his breakfast.. Aunt Lonnie Joe Pantoliano .... Into a household filled with kvetchers steps Joe Meledandri. "As directed by Beeban Kidron...

. suntimes." [6] In his review of the videotape release. com/ apps/ pbcs. "Used People wants to be Moonstruck with matzo balls. Michael Sragow observed. washingtonpost.Used People convincing romantic chemistry between [the two].Motion Picture Musical or Comedy and Shirley Maclaine was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress .. the score oompahs with grating merriment as characters parade cutesy tics instead of human traits. The Graduate was released in 1967. nytimes. htm) [6] The New Yorker review (http:/ / www. The Casting Society of America nominated Mary Colquhoun for the Artios Award for Best Casting for a Dramatic Feature Film. variety. html) External links • Used People (http://www.. absurdist sensibility informs the soap opera Used People. "Everything's in italics in this Jewish Moonstruck. but it's less an eccentric romantic comedy than an icky three-layered Jewish mother joke.. In the end. it's one of those movies that gives New York a worse name than it already has. dll/ article?AID=/ 19921225/ REVIEWS/ 212250305/ 1023) [4] Variety review (http:/ / www2. love conquers everything from religious differences to mental illness: everything. com/ gst/ fullpage. com/ arts/ reviews/ film/ used_people_kidron) [7] Entertainment Weekly review (http:/ / www. With stars as gifted as Jessica Tandy.and added. nytimes. MacLaine honks nasally ." [5] In The New Yorker.. com/ movie/ review?res=9E0CE0D71E3EF935A25751C1A964958260) [3] Chicago Sun-Times review (http:/ / rogerebert. in his best English-language role by far. seemingly forever — in yet another ethnic comedy-drama . MacLaine's precise acting is laudatory and balanced by a very sympathetic turn by twinkle-eyed Mastroianni. References [1] The Grandma Plays at the New York Times (http:/ / query.Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. com/ ew/ article/ 0.00... "A modern.. Mastroianni talks in spumoni aphorisms." [4] Rita Kempley of the Washington Post said. which harks back to '50s weepies. com/ ref. ew. "Life goes on — for the audience. html?res=940DE6DE173CF937A35753C1A96E948260) [2] New York Times review (http:/ / movies..306756. except the forced eccentricity and bickering stereotypes in Todd Graff's script. it's rich in character if rather trite in theme and scene.. and yet several of the characters referenced The Graduate as though it had just recently been released. newyorker.... Sylvia Sidney. that is. Ty Burr of Entertainment Weekly rated the film C.com/title/tt0105706/) at the Internet Movie Database . The support ensemble is excellent.. asp?u=IMDB& p=H2BE& sid=VE1117796059) [5] Washington Post review (http:/ / www." [7] 107 Accolades Marcello Mastroianni was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor . and Kathy Bates drowning in the tough-talking treacle.imdb." [3] Variety stated.. com/ wp-srv/ style/ longterm/ movies/ videos/ usedpeoplepg13kempley_a0a34e. Inconsistencies The film was set in 1969.

720 Wrestling Ernest Hemingway is a 1993 drama-romance film directed by Randa Haines and written by Steve Conrad. Shirley MacLaine. In the meantime. When they meet in a park. December 17. Walter is a retired Cuban barber. They begin to spend time together and become friends. the flamboyant Frank is finally able to start a conversation with the introverted Walter after several attempts. 1993 123 minutes United States English $4. Frank's salty talk and crude behavior in public offend Walter and threaten their friendship. Sandra Bullock. They are two lonely old men living in Florida. a young waitress.Wrestling Ernest Hemingway 108 Wrestling Ernest Hemingway Wrestling Ernest Hemingway Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Randa Haines Todd Black Steve Conrad Robert Duvall Richard Harris Piper Laurie Sandra Bullock and Shirley MacLaine Cinematography Lajos Koltai Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Paul Hirsch Warner Bros. while dealing with Helen. and Piper Laurie.500. . sometimes meeting at the coffee shop where Walter orders the same food every day and becomes fond of Elaine. Plot Frank is a retired Irish seaman. starring Richard Harris. trapped in the emptiness of their own lives. Frank attempts to start a romance with Georgia. a neighbor who is put off by his manner. a woman he meets at the movies. Robert Duvall.000 $278.

imdb. com/ movies/ ?id=wrestlingernesthemingway.Wrestling Ernest Hemingway 109 Cast • • • • • Robert Duvall as Walter Richard Harris as Frank Shirley MacLaine as Helen Cooney Sandra Bullock as Elaine Piper Laurie as Georgia External links • Wrestling Ernest Hemingway [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Wrestling Ernest Hemingway [2] at Box Office Mojo References [1] http:/ / www. com/ title/ tt0108596/ [2] http:/ / www. htm . boxofficemojo.

Maryland.Comedy/Musical: Shirley MacLaine). MacLaine plays the part of fictional former First Lady Tess Carlisle. which Carlisle repeatedly blocks. The movie was filmed in Parkton. . and Chesnic desperately wants a transfer to another assignment. She is protected by an entourage of Secret Service bodyguards led by a reluctant Doug Chesnic (Cage). This dislike is transformed however when Carlisle is kidnapped.Guarding Tess 110 Guarding Tess Guarding Tess Original poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Hugh Wilson Ned Tanen Nancy Graham Tanen Hugh Wilson Peter Torokvei Shirley MacLaine Nicolas Cage Austin Pendleton Edward Albert James Rebhorn Richard Griffiths Michael Convertino Music by Cinematography Brian J. Reynolds Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Sidney Levin TriStar Pictures March 11. and Chesnic and his team try their best to save her. who has a difficult personality.[1] and nominated for a Golden Globe award in 1995 (Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture . 1994 95 minutes United States English Guarding Tess is a 1994 film starring Shirley MacLaine and Nicolas Cage. Tess' entire staff dislikes her whims and demands.

performing his duties with the utmost professionalism and always minding the details. However. php?locIndex=2723). Tess has other ideas. she will contact a close friend.rottentomatoes. Frederick. So. his assignment for the last three years has been a severe test of his patience. epodunk. com/ cgi-bin/ genInfo. he discovers that guarding Tess comes with more challenges than he dreamed possible. Doug is in charge of her security force.com/title/tt0109951/) at the Internet Movie Database • Guarding Tess (http://www.the current President of the United States. Tess even refuses to obey Doug's security instructions. Sometimes. or her nurse. When Doug gets what he asks for. Lennix — Kenny Young Susan Blommaert — Kimberly Cannon Dale Dye — Charles Ivy James Handy — Neal Carlo References [1] "Parkton Community Profile" (http:/ / www. a more exciting detail.com/m/guarding_tess/) at Rotten Tomatoes . Earl.com/work/131163) at Allmovie • Guarding Tess (http://www.Guarding Tess 111 Plot Doug Chesnic is a Secret Service agent who takes great pride in his job. making it clear that if he argues with her too much. she's decided that she likes working with Doug.S. and he's in no position to say no.and inform him of her displeasure. However.imdb. when Doug's three-year hitch with Tess comes to an end. and she demands that his assignment be made permanent. Tess Carlisle is the widow of a former U. President and is well-known for her diplomatic and philanthropic work. she orders him to do so. he asks to be given a more exciting and challenging assignment. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine — Tess Carlisle Nicolas Cage — Doug Chesnic Austin Pendleton — Earl Fowler Edward Albert — Barry Carlisle James Rebhorn — Howard Schaeffer Richard Griffiths — Frederick John Roselius — Tom Bahlor David Graf — Lee Danielson Don Yesso — Ralph Buoncristiani James Lally — Joe Spector Brant von Hoffman — Bob Hutcherson Harry J. While Doug regards it as beneath his professional dignity to perform little chores around the house or bring Tess her breakfast in bed.allmovie. But Tess tends to regard Doug less as a security officer and more of a domestic servant. ePodunk External links • Guarding Tess (http://www. like her chauffeur.

767. who reprises the role of Aurora Greenway she played in the original film. starring Shirley MacLaine.The Evening Star 112 The Evening Star The Evening Star Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Robert Harling David Kirkpatrick Polly Platt Larry McMurtry Robert Harling Shirley MacLaine Bill Paxton Juliette Lewis Miranda Richardson William Ross Music by Cinematography Don Burgess Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue David Moritz Paramount Pictures December 25. Bill Paxton stars as Aurora's psychiatrist and short-time lover. 1996 129 minutes United States English $20 million $12.815 The Evening Star is a 1996 sequel to Academy Award for Best Picture-winning Terms of Endearment. Along the way Aurora enters into a relationship with a younger man. and watches the world around her change as old friends pass on and her grandchildren make lives of their own. Patsy Carpenter. The movie focuses on Aurora's relationship with her three grandchildren. Marion Ross stars as Aurora's housekeeper (Golden Globe nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category). Emma's best friend Patsy and her housekeeper Rosie. Jack Nicholson also returns in an extended cameo appearance. retired astronaut Garrett Breedlove. Melanie Horton. Juliette Lewis stars as Aurora's rebellious granddaughter. Donald Moffat and Ben Johnson also appeared. playing the role he played in Terms of Endearment. . The movie takes place about fifteen years after the original following the characters from 1988 to 1993. Miranda Richardson co-stars in a memorable role as toxic Houston divorcee and Aurora's rival.

External links • The Evening Star [1] at the Internet Movie Database • The Evening Star [2] at Allmovie • The Evening Star [3] at Box Office Mojo References [1] http:/ / www. boxofficemojo. The film received mixed to poor reviews from critics. htm . imdb.815 (unadjusted). com/ title/ tt0116240/ [2] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 136444 [3] http:/ / www. allmovie.767. grossing only $12. com/ movies/ ?id=eveningstar. the film was not a box-office success.The Evening Star 113 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine as Aurora Greenway Bill Paxton as Jerry Bruckner Juliette Lewis as Melanie Horton Miranda Richardson as Patsy Carpenter Ben Johnson as Arthur Cotton Scott Wolf as Bruce George Newbern as Tommy Horton Marion Ross as Rosie Dunlop Mackenzie Astin as Teddy Horton Donald Moffat as Hector Scott Jack Nicholson as Garrett Breedlove China Kantner as Jane Jake Langerud as Henry Reception Unlike Terms of Endearment.

moves in with him and winds up pregnant. The world is very different. 1996 105 mins  United States Starring Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language English Mrs. she meets his wife. When she informs him of the fact. and Brendan Fraser. and. At 18 she meets womanizer Steve DeCunzo. Patricia and Hugh both died in the crash. When the train crashes. Winterbourne Mrs. Connie believes it is the best thing for her and her baby to accept the woman's offer and go home with her. At the Winterbourne house. Ricki Lake. gets inadvertently swept aboard a train at Grand Central Terminal. who has a bad heart. Hugh's identical twin brother. he kicks her out. With no ticket.Mrs. and no money with which to buy one. which has already been filmed in Hollywood as No Man of Her Own (1950) starring Barbara Stanwyck. There. Seeing the wrong name on the wristband on her child. Connie is mistaken for Patricia and wakes up in the hospital. This movie is loosely based on the Cornell Woolrich novel I Married A Dead Man. and in Bollywood as Kati Patang (1970). trying to find a shelter. When the initial shock wears off. Connie realizes what has happened and tries to explain the situation. she nervously begins her new life. but is prevented from doing so by nurses who believe she is just hysterical. Winterbourne is a 1996 romantic comedy/drama starring Shirley MacLaine. Bill is a . Grace Winterbourne (Shirley MacLaine). Winterbourne Directed by Written by Richard Benjamin Cornell Woolrich Phoef Sutton Lisa-Maria Radano Ricki Lake Brendan Fraser Shirley MacLaine TriStar Pictures April 19. she meets Hugh's mother. Plot With flashbacks. no longer pregnant. Destitute. and she finds it difficult to adjust to the high society position she is now required to shoulder. and with nowhere else to go.Winterbourne The movie cover for Mrs. Afraid of making her ill. Winterbourne 114 Mrs. This life is one she never expected to be a part of. Eventually. denying responsibility. Connie meets Bill (Brendan Fraser). who is also pregnant. Connie has nowhere to go. Connie Doyle's (Ricki Lake) early life is given to give us an idea of her mindset. Connie is rescued by Hugh Winterbourne (Brendan Fraser) and taken to his private compartment. Patricia.

When the priest tells Bill and Connie that Grace is confessing to the murder. In the confusion that ensues. and the wedding goes forward. com/ title/ tt0117104/ . and being an honorable woman. Hopley Tony Munch as Steve's pal Nesbitt Blaisdell as Homeless man David Lipman as Conductor Jim Feather as Conductor Irene Pauzer as Woman on train Bertha Leveron as Vera Tom Harvey as Ty Winthrop External links • Mrs. and decides to let things go and marry Bill as Patricia Winterbourne. and tries to blackmail her. 115 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine as Grace Winterbourne Ricki Lake as Connie Doyle/"Patricia Winterbourne" Brendan Fraser as Bill and Hugh Winterbourne Miguel Sandoval as Paco Loren Dean as Steve DeCunzo Peter Gerety as Father Brian Kilraine Jane Krakowski as Christine Debra Monk as Lieutenant Ambrose Cathryn de Prume as Renee Kate Henning as Sophie Susan Haskell as Patricia Winterbourne Justin Van Lieshout as Baby Hughie Alec Thomlinson as Baby Hughie Jennifer Irwin as Susan Victor A. Steve finds out about Connie's good fortune. She returns home to find Grace has had a heart attack because of her absence. and it is not any of them. and think they are home free. but is stopped by the chauffeur. Bill and Connie flee the scene. it was the woman Steve started seeing after dumping Connie. Shocked.Mrs. Connie tells Grace the whole story. both of them hurry to her side and confess to the murder themselves. Young as Dr. Connie bonds with Grace. Eventually. She decides to leave. who is also pregnant. and questions her identity. imdb. until their wedding day. feels guilty for taking advantage of her kindness. Steve is shot. he falls in love with her and her former identity doesn't matter to him anymore. who makes her realize she and the baby are just as valuable to Grace as she is to them. Winterbourne bit wary of Connie. Winterbourne [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. the police tell them they already have the murderer in custody.

Bruno (2000 film) 116 Bruno (2000 film) Bruno The Dress Code VHS cover Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Shirley MacLaine David Kirkpatrick David Ciminello Alex D. Linz Shirley MacLaine Gary Sinise Kathy Bates Chris Boardman Music by Cinematography Jan Kiesser Editing by Distributed by Bonnie Koehler New Angel Inc (theatrical) Starz (TV) April 16. as of 2009. the film was distributed straight to cable television and rights to it were acquired by Starz. From there. Bruno premiered at the 2000 Los Angeles Film Festival in a limited theatrical release. the only film ever directed by MacLaine. Linz and Shirley MacLaine.[1] [2] Distributed by New Angel Inc. The film is the first and.[1] [2] . 2000 108 minutes United States English USD $10 million Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Bruno (released as The Dress Code on DVD and VHS) is a 2000 American film starring Alex D.

Bruno also begins to form a bond with Dino who. when challenged that he can't wear a dress to the spelling bee championship in Vatican City. a police officer. Linz — Bruno Battaglia Shirley MacLaine — Helen Gary Sinise — Dino Battaglia Kathy Bates — Mother Superior Stacey Halprin — Angela Battaglia Kiami Davael — Shawniqua Joey Lauren Adams — Donna Marie Jennifer Tilly — Dolores References [1] Salamon. Cast and characters • • • • • • • • Alex D. com/ article/ 31938). com/ 2000/ 12/ 01/ movies/ television-review-on-a-new-limb-with-shirley-maclaine. December 1. Bruno points out that even the Pope wears a dress. Accessed July 17. Bruno receives heavy criticism from fellow students and faculty. He wears them as a source of empowerment as well as feeling the need to express himself. html). as he progresses further in the spelling competition. Bruno's estranged father Dino (Gary Sinise). 2009. 2000.com/title/tt0123003/) at the Internet Movie Database . While competing in advancing levels of the Catholic school spelling bee. On a New Limb With Shirley MacLaine (http:/ / www. Julie. For his choice in outfits. With the help of his grandmother Helen (Shirley MacLaine). The New York Times. nytimes. 2000. Linz) is a young boy attending a Roman Catholic school. [2] Shirley Maclaine Makes Her Film Directorial Debut With Bruno (http:/ / www.imdb. 2009. External links • Bruno (http://www. He often identifies with angels and. standing out in stark contrast to the rest of their conservative Italian American neighborhood. Accessed July 17. is inspired by his son to pursue his long abandoned childhood dream of becoming an opera singer. Initially supported only by his best friend Shawniqua (Kiami Davael).com. DigitalJournal. Angela is overweight and dresses flamboyantly in outfits that she designs and makes herself. especially the school's Mother Superior (Kathy Bates) as well as becoming a target of the school's bullies.Bruno (2000 film) 117 Plot Bruno Battaglia (Alex D. left the family long ago and Bruno lives with his mother Angela (Stacey Halprin). November 11. his choices of self-expression eventually become accepted by his peers and his superiors. digitaljournal. in turn. Bruno decides to start wearing dresses.

and Addie Holden (Collins) in a TV special after their 1960s movie musical Boy Crazy is re-released in the 1990s. Beryl Mason (Taylor). Joan Collins. Plot summary Network television executive Gavin (Nestor Carbonell) hopes to reunite celebrated Hollywood stars Piper Grayson (Reynolds). 2001 (US) Running time Country Language 100 minutes  United States English These Old Broads is a 2001 television film written by Carrie Fisher and starring her mother Debbie Reynolds. Though the three women share the same agent. Gavin's seemingly insurmountable obstacle is that they all cannot stand each other.These Old Broads 118 These Old Broads These Old Broads DVD cover Directed by Written by Starring Matthew Diamond Carrie Fisher Elaine Pope Shirley MacLaine Debbie Reynolds Joan Collins Elizabeth Taylor Jonathan Silverman Distributed by Sony Pictures Television Release date(s) February 12. and Elizabeth Taylor. Kate Westbourne (MacLaine). Cast • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine as Kate Westbourne Debbie Reynolds as Piper Grayson Joan Collins as Addie Holden Elizabeth Taylor as Beryl Mason Jonathan Silverman as Wesley Westbourne Pat Crawford Brown as Miriam Hodges (Addie's mother) Nestor Carbonell as Gavin Peter Graves as Bill . as well as Shirley MacLaine.

She had one older sister. com/ title/ tt0207156/ Rebecca Nurse Rebecca Towne Nurse (or Nourse) (February 21. Susan (baptized 26 Oct 1625 – died 29 Jul 1630) and two younger sisters. 1692. Their names were Rebecca Nurse (born 1642). Her husband was a "tray maker" by trade. Jacob (baptized 11 Mar 1631/32) and Joseph (born abt 1639). Together. Francis originally rented it and then gradually paid it off throughout his lifetime." making her one of the "unlikely" persons to be accused of witchcraft. Although there was no credible evidence against her. Francis was often asked to be an unofficial judge to help settle matters around the village. Sarah Nurse (born 1644). This occurred during a time when the Massachusetts colony was seized with hysteria over witchcraft and the supposed presence of Satan within the colony. Stern 119 External links • These Old Broads [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. and Benjamin Nurse (born in 1665/1666). this 71-year-old. In 1672. Francis Nurse (born 1660/1661). which is now known as Danvers. . 1642). a mother of several children and grandchildren. the couple bore eight children: four daughters and four sons. Nurse and her family lived on a vast homestead which was part of a 300-acre (1. also born in England. imdb. Edmund (baptized Jun 1628). artisans of that medium were esteemed. Mary Nurse (1653 . Elizabeth Nurse (born 1656). Mary Easty (baptized 24 Aug 1634) and Sarah Cloyce (born ca. She also had four brothers: John (baptized 16 Feb 1622/23). 1692) was executed for witchcraft by the government of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England in 1692. Early life The daughter of William and Joanna Towne (née Blessing). in 1640. 1621 – July 19. frail grandmother was tragically hanged as a witch on July 19. It was later written that Rebecca had "acquired a reputation for exemplary piety that was virtually unchallenged in the community. Massachusetts. Nurse frequently attended church and her family was well respected in Salem Village. she married Francis Nurse. and a well respected member of the community. Her family settled in Salem Village. during the infamous Salem witch trials. She was the wife of Francis Nurse.2 km2) grant given to Townsend Bishop in 1636. who likely made many other wooden household items. Nurse was born in Great Yarmouth. both of whom were also accused of witchcraft. Around 1645. John Nurse (born 1645). Francis served as Salem's Constable.28 June 1749). Due to the rarity of such household goods.These Old Broads • Gene Barry as Mr. England in 1621. Samuel Nurse (born 1649).

Massachusetts. "I am innocent as the child unborn. but surely. At age 71. said. Death and aftermath Many people labeled Nurse "the woman of self dignity"." Many of the other afflicted girls were hesitant to accuse Nurse. a warrant was issued for her arrest based upon accusations made by Edward and John Putnam. who were considered unfit for Christian burial. At issue was the statement of another prisoner "[she] was one of us" to which Nurse did not reply. Nurse. which they interred properly on their family homestead. Her trial began on June 30. As was the custom.. Nurse's family secretly returned after dark and dug up her body. However the young Ann Putnam and her siblings would break into fits and claim Nurse was tormenting them." There was a public outcry over the accusations made against her.Rebecca Nurse 120 Accusation and trial The family had been involved in a number of acrimonious land disputes with the Putnam family. often described as an invalid. the magistrate asked that the verdict be reconsidered. led by Israel and Elizabeth (Hathorne) Porter. what sin hath God found out in me unrepented of. sentencing Nurse to death on July 19. Such so called "spectral evidence" was allowed into the trial to show that Satan was afflicting others in the community at the behest of the accused. "I have got nobody to look to but God. many members of the community testified on her behalf including her family members. her body was buried in a shallow grave near the gallows along with other convicted witches. 1692. due to her dignified behavior on the gallows. represented herself since she was not allowed to have a lawyer represent her. after Rebecca Nurse was hanged. In July 1885. (From the poem "Christian Martyr. Due to public outcry and renewed fits and spasms by the girls. that He should lay such an affliction on me in my old age. 1692. O Christian Martyr who for Truth could die When all about three owned the hideous lie! The world redeemed from Superstition's sway Is breathing freer for thy sake today. On March 23. like others accused of witchcraft. In response to their outbursts Nurse stated. probably because of her loss of hearing. who took the risk of publicly supporting Nurse by signing a petition to the court in 1692. England 1621. 1692. Thirty-nine of the most prominent members of the community signed a petition on Nurse's behalf. 1692. Upon hearing of the accusations the frail 70 year old Nurse. the jury ruled Nurse not guilty. she was one of the oldest accused. The inscription on the monument reads: Rebecca Nurse." by John Greenleaf Whittier) In 1892 a second monument was erected nearby recognizing the 40 neighbors. Her ordeal is often credited as the impetus for a shift in the town's opinion about the purpose of the witch trials. The jury took this as a sign of guilt and changed their verdict. her descendants erected a tall granite memorial over her grave in what is now called the Rebecca Nurse Homestead cemetery in Danvers (formerly Salem Village). Yarmouth. . as she was considered to be of very pious character. In accordance with the procedures at the time. Mass. Salem. Mrs. By dint of her respectability. In the end.

com/ enquirer/ witch. com/ genealogy/ towne. org . another of Nurse's sisters.Rebecca Nurse Her accuser. rebeccanurse. HTM http:/ / www. The Putnam family maintained control of the property until 1908. Jr. org/ RNH/ nursehomestead. 121 In popular culture The Rebecca Nurse Homestead in 2006 Rebecca Nurse is a central character in Arthur Miller's play The Crucible as well as many other dramatic treatments of the Salem Witch Trials. law.) The film depicts Nurse and her family members as main characters. Sarah Cloyce. publicly apologized to the Nurse family for accusing innocent people. who. Ann Putnam.. htm http:/ / www. edu/ faculty/ projects/ ftrials/ salem/ SAL_BNUR. escaped execution. html http:/ / www.Rebecca Nurse [2] Mayflower Families [3] Rebecca Nurse Homestead [4] The Towne Family Association [5] References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] http:/ / www. External links • • • • • Descendants of William Towne [1] Salem Witch Trials. on 27 of the original 300 acres (1. the government compensated the Nurse family for Rebecca's wrongful death. Today.2 km2). The Nurse family homestead fell into the hands of Putnam family descendent Phineas Putnam in 1784. She was portrayed by actress Shirley MacLaine in the 2002 CBS miniseries "Salem Witch Trials". mayflowerfamilies. although accused. In 1711. umkc. was also executed. moonsmusings. it is a tourist attraction that includes the original house and cemetery. The PBS film Three Sovereigns For Sarah features Vanessa Redgrave as one of Rebecca Nurse's sisters. Mary Eastey. (However. Upham. Rebecca Nurse was also the subject of Lectures on Witchcraft by Charles W. htm http:/ / townefamilyassociation.

[2] Cast • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine .Dick Heath Rachel Crawford .Jinger Heath R.Brooke . Her BeautiControl company takes an enormous bite in Mary Kay's company. Her powerful position is threatened by the much younger Jinger Heath.Lexi Wilcox Parker Posey .H. Thomson .Annika Kern Dean McKenzie . English [1] Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Language Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay is a 2002 television film directed by Ed Gernon. In the middle of their rivalry enters Lexi Wilcox.Mary Kay Ash Shannen Doherty . a slightly off-center beauty.Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay 122 Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Ed Gernon Ian McDougall Patricia Resnick Shirley MacLaine Shannen Doherty Parker Posey CBS October 7. 2002 100 min. Plot Biopicture about Mary Kay Ash. cosmetics queen and business woman.Richard Rogers Barry Flatman .Clifton Sanders Marnie McPhail . She tells her story of her rise to fame to the inquiring reporter Annika Kern.

com/title/tt0328877/) at the Internet Movie Database . moviemeter. com/ movie/ 273593/ Hell-on-Heels-The-Battle-of-Mary-Kay/ overview) External links • Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay (http://www. nl/ film/ 37916) Running time [2] The New York Times review (http:/ / movies. nytimes.Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay 123 References [1] (Dutch) Moviemeter (http:/ / www.imdb.

2005 (United States) 96 min. United States Germany English $15 million Running time Country Language Budget Carolina is a 2003 romantic comedy film starring Julia Stiles. and Barbara Eden has the uncredited part of Daphne.Carolina (film) 124 Carolina (film) Carolina German theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Marleen Gorris Martin Bregman Guy Collins Keith Cousins Ann Dubinet Christopher Petzel Louis A. Miramax Films was the domestic distributor. "You have a hit movie on your hands. Randy Quaid. Wiesmeier Katherine Fugate Julia Stiles Shirley MacLaine Alessandro Nivola Mika Boorem Randy Quaid Jennifer Coolidge Steve Bartek Written by Starring Music by Cinematography John Peters Editing by Release date(s) Alan Heim Michiel Reichwein June 5. Mika Boorem. and Jennifer Coolidge. 2004 (Germany) February 1. When Harvey Weinstein screened the film he told the producers. California. Shirley MacLaine. but failed to release it in theaters. Shot in 2003. the film failed to find a distributor and was released direct-to-video in 2005. Alessandro Nivola. We're going to blast this on MTV all over Super . 2003 (Russia) April 29. It is set in Los Angeles. Stroller Rudolf G. Lisa Sheridan has a cameo role in the film.

com/ work/ 291137 [3] http:/ / www. imdb.Perfect Date Host External links • Official website [1] • Carolina [2] at Allmovie • Carolina [3] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / http:/ / movies. 125 Cast • • • • • • • • • Julia Stiles as Carolina Mirabeau Shirley MacLaine as Grandma Millicent Mirabeau Alessandro Nivola as Albert Morris Randy Quaid as Theodore 'Ted' Mirabeau Jennifer Coolidge as Aunt Marilyn Edward Atterton as Heath Pierson Azura Skye as Georgia Mirabeau Mika Boorem as Maine Mirabeau Alan Thicke as Chuck McBride ." This was in December 2001.Carolina (film) Bowl Weekend. The film began principal photography in July 2001. but dropped out after make-up/hair tests due to the shut down of the original production shoot date. Shirley MacLaine eventually stepped in to play the role of "Grandma Millicent Mirabeau". The producers never heard about it again until 2005 when it was suddenly released Direct-to-DVD. Kathy Bates was originally slated to play the role of "Grandma Millicent Mirabeau". com/ title/ tt0289889/ . allmovie. filmax. com/ carolina/ [2] http:/ / www.

933... 2005 96 minutes United States English $88. Pictures December 22.562 Running time Country Language Gross revenue Rumor Has It. The screenplay by Ted Griffin derives from a real-life rumor about the family in the 1963 novel The Graduate by Charles Webb.Rumor Has It… 126 Rumor Has It… Rumor Has It Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Rob Reiner Ben Cosgrove Paula Weinstein Ted Griffin Jennifer Aniston Kevin Costner Shirley MacLaine Mark Ruffalo Richard Jenkins Mena Suvari Mike Vogel Marc Shaiman Music by Cinematography Peter Deming Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Robert Leighton Village Roadshow Pictures Warner Bros. 2005 United States December 25. . is a 2005 American comedy film directed by Rob Reiner.

Despite Beau being a fling for her. Tony Bill. she won't be allowed anywhere near Beau. where she meets Beau's son Blake. Sarah kisses Beau and is caught by Jeff. Sarah allows Beau to convince her to be his date at a charity ball. now a highly successful and very wealthy Silicon Valley Internet wizard. an obituary and wedding announcement writer for the New York Times. She meets him and he admits to the affair. and on August 5. where Beau. 2004. Jocelyn returned to Earl because she loved him and he was someone with whom she could build a life. and the production shut down in order to allow replacement Rob Reiner to make script. and in doing so realizes she's ready to marry Jeff. Original cast members Charlie Hunnam. who has returned to California to find her. This explained the date difference between her birthday and her parents' wedding. Scott. Sarah returns to visit Katharine. Sarah also discovers her grandmother may have been the inspiration for Mrs. travels to Pasadena for her sister Annie's wedding accompanied by her fiancé Jeff Daly (Mark Ruffalo). but brings Katherine great joy and pleasure about her son-in-law. Sarah was conceived. Mollified. Jeff points out Sarah's parents were married just short of nine months before her birth. Earl reveals to Sarah he always knew about Jocelyn and Beau's affair. After the wedding. At a pre-wedding party. The film ends with Sarah and Jeff's wedding. is addressing a seminar. Following an ensuing argument. Sarah Huttinger (Jennifer Aniston). Sarah tells her sister about the relationship three generations of Richelieu women have had with Beau. Lesley Ann Warren.[1] . Robinson. This gives Beau some actual nervousness being around him. and Greta Scacchi were replaced by Reiner. Sarah learns from her grandmother Katharine that her mother Jocelyn ran off to Cabo San Lucas to spend time with her prep school classmate Beau Burroughs (Kevin Costner) the week before her wedding to Sarah's father Earl. Beau explains his wife wanted a biological child and was artificially inseminated to become pregnant. Production Screenwriter Ted Griffin was the original director. who flies into a rage when she learns Beau has slept with her granddaughter. and the following morning Sarah awakens in Beau's bed in his Half Moon Bay home. and crew changes before resuming filming on August 18. The production fell several days behind schedule in the first week. determined to find out more about Beau and her mother's past. On the night she returned. Dejected. Griffin was let go by executive producer Steven Soderbergh the following day. but assures Sarah he couldn't be her father because he suffered blunt testicular trauma while playing in a high school soccer game and as a result is sterile. The two learn Annie suffered an anxiety attack while flying to her honeymoon and wants to talk to Sarah. Determined to win Jeff back. She reassures Annie she truly is in love with her husband. leading her to wonder if Beau might really be her biological father. but problems arose soon after principal filming began on July 21. Although guilt-stricken by her behavior. Griffin fired cinematographer Ed Lachman from the project. They reconcile on the condition if they ever have a daughter. The two go out for drinks.Rumor Has It… 127 Plot In 1997. an infamous character in the novel The Graduate. cast. It's also revealed that Earl was the one who caused Beau his testicular trauma by accident. Sarah returns to New York City and tells her fiance about her feelings. Sarah decides to fly to San Francisco. Jeff leaves her.

Rumor Has It. "Secret Love" by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster.. "As muddled in most respects as its title. but is too lightweight to fully register."[2] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times observed. This is not a great movie..M. "The movie has that fatal triptych that is becoming Reiner's romantic-comedy signature: drippy sentiment. There's a germ of an idea here. but it's very watchable and has some good laughs.. "Just One Of Those Things" by Cole Porter. and Jennifer Aniston is as plucky and engaging as ever . "The creepy script.. And Rumor Has It works for good reasons. "The plot .. It was given a 20% rating from Rotten Tomatoes with the consensus: "This riff on The Graduate has a solid cast. while offering nothing attractive in its place. It fails artistically but also philosophically.. The casting of Aniston is crucial.Rumor Has It… 128 Cast • • • • • • • • • • Jennifer Aniston as Sarah Huttinger Kevin Costner as Beau Burroughs Shirley MacLaine as Katharine Richelieu Mark Ruffalo as Jeff Daly Richard Jenkins as Earl Huttinger Mena Suvari as Annie Huttinger Steve Sandvoss as Scott Christopher McDonald as Roger Mike Vogel as Blake Burroughs Kathy Bates as Aunt Mitsy (Uncredited) Soundtrack Nellie McKay recorded six tracks for the film..." A.. including the theme from A Summer Place by Max Steiner.. giving lackluster laugh lines more juice than they deserve.. and "As Time Goes By" by Herman Hupfeld. Ms.. The soundtrack also features several standards. Rumor Has It fails as a successor to The Graduate. and Don George. though at the moment I'm at a loss to say just how. [but her] efforts are wasted in a movie that can't even seem to sustain interest in itself. calling it a "comic turd" and adding... which also describes the movie . in that it rebuts the spirit of the earlier film. Duke Ellington. but Reiner and Griffin race through the plot beats so rapidly that poor Sarah seldom has time to breathe. but it devolves into a bland romance spiced with too little comedy . Griffin. . MacLaine and Mr. Reception Critical response Rumor Has It. But it's a good gimmick. Costner are seasoned professionals. Scott of the New York Times said. received mostly negative reviews from critics."[6] .. a natural actor with enormous appeal . "In The Mood" by Joe Garland... That's because it is a gimmick. by T.O. has the presence to pull it off."[5] Brian Lowry of Variety said. and . is directed by Rob Reiner in a sleepwalking daze that Costner emulates by rotely repeating his performance in The Upside of Anger and in the process squeezing all the juice. sounds like a gimmick."[3] Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle said. needless to say.. all of which were released exclusively on iTunes. . "Moonlight Serenade" by Glenn Miller and Mitchell Parish. including sound construction and the presence of Kevin Costner . [Aniston] never settles down enough to offer more than a shrill whine and pained expression."[4] Peter Travers of Rolling Stone awarded it one out of four stars.. zany scenes that trivialize the characters and a horror of adventure . "I suppose Rumor Has It could be worse. Johnny Hodges. "I'm Beginning To See The Light" by Harry James.. because she's the heroine of this story. begins with an intriguing premise .

com/ 2005/ 12/ 23/ movies/ 23rumo. Raising Eyebrows in Hollywood" by Anne Thompson.562. December 23. It eventually grossed $43.[7] Home Media The film was released in DVD on May 9. sfgate. suntimes. December 24. htm) External links • Rumor Has It… (http://www.com (http:/ / www. com/ review/ VE1117929123. com/ cgi-bin/ article. January 6. August 25.com/title/tt0398375/) at the Internet Movie Database • Rumor Has It (http://www. com/ 2004/ 08/ 25/ movies/ 25grad.155 in its opening weekend. com/ movies/ ?id=rumorhasit. 2006. variety. boxofficemojo. 2005 (http:/ / www. on 2. html) [3] Chicago Sun-Times. DTL) [5] Rolling Stone. rollingstone. cgi?f=/ c/ a/ 2005/ 12/ 24/ DDG4SGCARU1.imdb.933. 2005 (http:/ / rogerebert. 2004 (http:/ / www.39 M in US DVD sales. nytimes. nytimes. December 19.300 in foreign markets for a worldwide box office total of $88. com/ reviews/ movie/ 6824351/ review/ 9118148/ rumor_has_it) [6] Variety.com/m/rumor_has_it/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Rumor Has It (http://www. com/ apps/ pbcs. New York Times. 2006 (http:/ / www. Box office. html?categoryid=31& cs=1& p=0) [7] BoxOfficeMojo. 2005 (http:/ / movies2.933.rottentomatoes.htm) at Box Office Mojo . It has grossed $36.262 domestically and $45.000. dll/ article?AID=/ 20051222/ REVIEWS/ 51220003/ 1023) [4] San Francisco Chronicle.S.boxofficemojo. 2005 (http:/ / www. html?ex=1251172800& en=c779e9b37710d1a1& ei=5090& partner=rssuserland) [2] New York Times.com/movies/?id=rumorhasit. December 23.815 screens in the US on Christmas Day 2005 and earned $3. References [1] "A Film Studio Fires a Director.Rumor Has It… 129 Box office The film opened at #10 at the U.473.

2005. It was written.169 Bewitched is a 2005 family comedy-fantasy produced by Columbia Pictures and is a re-imagining of the television series of the same name (produced by Columbia's Screen Gems television studio.426. 2005 101 min. . USA English $85.Bewitched (film) 130 Bewitched (film) Bewitched Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Nora Ephron Nora Ephron Douglas Wick Penny Marshall Sol Saks (TV series) Nora Ephron Delia Ephron Nicole Kidman Will Ferrell Shirley MacLaine Michael Caine George Fenton Written by Starring Music by Cinematography John Lindley Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Tia Nolan Columbia Pictures June 24. Filming took place in late 2004 and early 2005.000.000 $131. The film was released in the United States and Canada on June 24. now Sony Pictures Television). produced. and directed by Nora Ephron and featured as co-stars Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell.

and finally shows him her powers. their new neighbors are also a nod to their TV counterparts. it is revealed that she did not have to remain at her home for 100 years before she could. who is just as obnoxious as Jack.Bewitched (film) 131 Plot The film is not an adaptation of the television series. once again. Part of this is perpetrated by his agent (Jason Schwartzman). Jack proposes to her and she accepts. appeal to Jack who rarely hears honest criticism. return. a young witch who wants to give up magic and have a normal life. Jack realizes that he really loves Isabel after all and tries to find her before she returns home. Meanwhile the "spirits" of the old Bewitched television show work their own magic on Isabel and Jack by ensuring that the couple ends up in a happy union of witch to mortal like on the original series. a ploy whereby the egocentric actor can eclipse his co-star and claim the spotlight entirely. To his surprise. self-centered Jack decides to downplay her role and make the show focus on Darrin (thus garnering the audience's attention). She meets a failing movie star named Jack Wyatt (Will Ferrell) who wants to find an unknown actress to play a witch — and his wife — in a TV show. The home in which Isabel and Jack finally settle in together is numbered "1164" as a nod to the house from the original TV series (at 1164 Morning Glory Circle). He begins to give her a bigger role and the two begin to fall in love and enjoy filming their TV show. Cast • • • • • • • • • Nicole Kidman as Isabel Bigelow / Samantha Stephens Will Ferrell as Jack Wyatt / Darrin Stephens Shirley MacLaine as Iris Smythson / Endora Michael Caine as Nigel Bigelow Jason Schwartzman as Ritchie Kristin Chenoweth as Maria Kelly Heather Burns as Nina Stephen Colbert as Stu Robison David Alan Grier as Jim Fields Characters from the series • • • • • • • • Carole Shelley as Aunt Clara Steve Carell as Uncle Arthur Amy Sedaris as Gladys Kravitz Richard Kind as Abner Kravitz Elizabeth Montgomery (uncredited) as Samantha Stephens (archive footage) Dick York (uncredited) as Darrin Stephens (archive footage) Agnes Moorehead (uncredited) as Endora (archive footage) Paul Lynde (uncredited) as Uncle Arthur (archive footage) . Isabel decides to return home. he finds her at the studio soundstage. Her harsh words. which she considers her "home". but rather a deconstruction of it. He becomes fearful of her supernatural nature and they separate. the pompous. strangely enough. Isabel eventually becomes worried that she has hidden her true identity from Jack. despite her magic-loving father's (Michael Caine) warnings that she cannot live without it. Isabel becomes furious when she finds out. When she becomes more popular than he is and unintentionally takes the spotlight away. Devastated. It is about Isabel Bigelow (Nicole Kidman). a modern adaptation of the classic TV show Bewitched. where Jack is told by Uncle Arthur (Steve Carell) she must stay for 100 years once she returns. Before she accepts.

a trivia game. Rated: PG-13 DVD Features: Deleted Scenes Casting a Spell: Making BEWITCHED Featurette Star Shots Featurette Why I Love BEWITCHED Featurette Director Nora Ephron audio commentary Witch Vision Trivia Track Bewitched Trivia Game Previews Studio: Columbia CC: English (US) Sub: English (US)." It was also nominated for four Razzies including Worst Director. 3. Worst Screenplay and Worst Remake or Sequel. Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell's on-screen pairing was found lacking by moviegoers and earned the two a Razzie Award for "Worst Screen Couple. The DVD included deleted scenes such as Jack and Isabel's wedding and an extended version of Isabel getting mad. 3.413. 6. 8. Worst Actor (Will Ferrell). The New York Times called the film "an unmitigated disaster. several making-of featurettes. 1. and an audio commentary by the director. 2005 Format: DVD Running Time: 102 Min.Bewitched (film) 132 Cameo appearances • • • • • • Ed McMahon as Himself Conan O'Brien as Himself James Lipton as Himself Nick Lachey as Vietnam Soldier Kate Walsh as Waitress Abbey DiGregorio as Auditioner Reception The $85-million budgeted movie was panned by critics.000. 2. French (Parisian) Color/B&W: Color • DVD Details: . Standard Edition • • • • • • 1. Bewitched (Special Edition) Release date: October 25."[2] DVD The DVD was released on October 25. 7. yet earned a worldwide gross of $131. 4. 5. 4. 2005 by Columbia TriStar. Rotten Tomatoes reported that 24% of the critics gave positive reviews.[1] The total US gross was $63.313.159 with international at $68.159. and by many of the original show's fanbase. based upon 182 reviews.100. 2.

Rotten Tomatoes (http:/ / www.html) Bewitched (http://www.shtml) Movie Project History from a Bewitched fan site (http://www.Bewitched (film) 133 References [1] Bewitched Movie Reviews.net/news/20050609_5758.html) .boxofficemojo.htm) Nicole Kidman interview for Bewitched (http://www. Pictures . html?pagewanted=2& _r=1 External links • • • • • • Official site (http://www.harpiesbizarre.com/movie.imdb.com/title/tt0374536/) at the Internet Movie Database Bewitched (http://www.com/homevideo/bewitched/index.sonypictures. com/ m/ bewitched/ ) [2] http:/ / www.seeing-stars. com/ 2009/ 08/ 02/ movies/ 02barn.htm) at Box Office Mojo Film Locations (http://www. rottentomatoes.com/Locations/Bewitched1. nytimes.moviehole.com/movies/?id=bewitched.

In Her Shoes (2005 film) 134 In Her Shoes (2005 film) In Her Shoes Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Curtis Hanson Curtis Hanson Ridley Scott Tony Scott Susannah Grant In Her Shoes by Jennifer Weiner Cameron Diaz Toni Collette Shirley MacLaine Mark Isham Screenplay by Based on Starring Music by Cinematography Terry Stacey Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Lisa Zeno Churgin Craig Kitson 20th Century Fox September 14. and Shirley MacLaine. 2005 (United States) 130 minutes United States English $35 million $83. . 2005 (TIFF) October 7.073. Toni Collette. The film focuses on the relationship between two sisters and their grandmother. It is directed by Curtis Hanson with an adapted screenplay by Susannah Grant and stars Cameron Diaz.883 In Her Shoes is a 2005 American comedy-drama film based on the novel of the same name by Jennifer Weiner.

and also maintains a relationship with Simon whom she had previously despised. and lies about the engagement to her grandmother. She tells maggie she wants her to move out and Maggie angrily retaliates by sleeping with Jim. When Rose drops Maggie off at their fathers. Maggie teases Rose about her recent sexual encounter then falls asleep after recalling a happy memory of her childhood. and drives to the elegant paw to steal a Pug that resembles one she had as a little girl. Maggie then talks Rose into going out. The film ends with Maggie reading a poem (She learnt to read while working at a nursing home for old people. and cleverly steals eighty dollars from him. without paying the tow. Rose hints in a voice over that this happens quite often. who now lives in Miami. She goes to Florida. They become engaged and all his happy until Rose gets a letter from her grandmother and finds out her father had been lying about her grandmothers death. you see Maggie waving to them from the reception with a happy smile. They take her to the impound lot but one of them tries to sexually harass her. Rose then spoils the fun for Maggie by asking for an application to work in the dead diner. When the car gets towed. she is instantly rejected. Maggie visits her dad and finds out that Sydelle is turning her bedroom into a nursery for Marcia's unborn (and non existent) future baby. Maggie and Rose then talk about their dead mother. Rose then decides to help Maggie by typing up a resume. while Maggie. They rekindle a relationship while Rose quits her job and becomes a dog walker.In Her Shoes (2005 film) 135 Plot Rose Feller is a busy lawyer with insecurities about her appearance. . whom she had just slept with) to come and pick her up. goes through Roses shoes. Maggie's date Todd rings Rose (whilst she takes a photo of Jim. The Elegant Paw. Rose returns after a lousy weekend. Maggie gets a job at the local Pet Grooming store. a nerdy colleague. where they trick a sleazy man into buying them drinks. keeping her engagement ring on. Maggie accepts a ride from two strangers. When Rose leaves for Chicago she finds out that Jim had bailed and sent Simon. Maggie finds old birthday cards from her grandmother whom she had assumed had died. enjoys causal sex and often steals Roses expensive shoes to impress men. They lose touch and Maggie decides to visit her long lost Grandmother. and is confident she will get the job. Maggie rings Simon. Maggie meets Jim. instead. lying and saying that Rose is pregnant and gets him to come down to Miami and rekindle his relationship with Rose. She expresses her frustration about Maggie at Jim at a wedding and Simon tells her he doesn't want to marry her if she isnt honest. Maggie takes Roses expensive jewelery. leaving Rose no choice but to take Maggie in. and gets mad at Maggie for using her car and leaving a boot on it. Rose becomes distracted while Jim holds a confrence meeting. After Jim and Rose leave to go to work. But after she cant read the words MTV has given her on script. After passing out at her ten year high school reunion. Rose then tells Maggie that she wont be able to trick men into paying her bills forever and that she needs a real job. but uses Roses car without permission. during which he invites her to work on a case with him in Chicago which she excitingly agrees.her troubled and beautiful sister. who had killed herself. and they recall funny memories about why Maggie had failed at them. eat pancakes and tease Sydelle over the way she over-talks about her seemingly perfect daughter Marcia. their step mother Sydelle kicks Maggie out.ruining a pair by spilling ice-cream on them but also reading that MTV is holding auditions for a new VJ. She steals the car. thanks to a blind former professor) as a wedding present for Rose and as Rose and Simon drive to the airport. Maggie rings Rose and tells her she has gotten a callback from MTV.

she uses abundant humanity and smart psychology to great advantage. makes perfect sense. It tells us something fundamental and important about a character.] funny and poignant. that the film "is almost a true statement. but because it arrives out of the blue and yet." . and it does it in a way we could not possibly anticipate."[2] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times states that the film "starts out with the materials of an ordinary movie and becomes a rather special one. almost an honest rendering of a sibling relationship and almost not a sentimental Hallmark card of a movie. with writer Susannah Grant and director Curtis Hanson strenuously pretending to have told one kind of story. hovering for upward of two hours between light and dark."[3] Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle argues. Like a good poem. Rex Reed in The New York Observer calls In Her Shoes "pure joy" and "a movie to cherish". The emotional payoff at the end is earned.. it allows her to share that something with those she loves. not because we see it coming as the inevitable outcome of the plot. based on 149 reviews. lending her knowledge to the other actors generously. based on 36 reviews."[4] Carino Chocano of the Los Angeles Times concurs.. Rotten Tomatoes reported that 74% of the critics gave the film a positive reviews. when actually they've told quite another.In Her Shoes (2005 film) 136 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Cameron Diaz as Maggie Feller Toni Collette as Rose Feller Shirley MacLaine as Ella Hirsch Ken Howard as Michael Feller Candice Azzara as Sydelle Feller Richard Burgi as Jim Danvers Anson Mount as Todd Mark Feuerstein as Simon Stein Eric Balfour as Grant Alan Blumenfeld as Mr.[1] Metacritic reports 60% positive reviews. it blindsides us with the turn it takes right at the end. menace and mollycoddling. But it compromises with itself and ends up in a limbo of meaninglessness. on the other hand. truth and fake uplift. calling the film "a curious movie. arguing that Shirley MacLaine has "found her finest role since the Oscar-winning Terms of Endearment [. once we think about it. Stein Ivana Miličević as Caroline (in photos) Norman Lloyd as The Professor Benton Jennings as Shoe Salesman John Johnson Jennifer Weiner as Smiling woman in Italian market Reception Critical reception In Her Shoes has received generally positive reviews from critics.

observer. Rex (2005-10-09). dll/ article?AID=/ 20051006/ REVIEWS/ 50928001/ 1023). com/ m/ in_her_shoes).com/work/304473) at Allmovie • In Her Shoes (http://www. Retrieved 2010-11-27.htm) at Box Office Mojo .boxofficemojo. [4] LaSalle. com/ node/ 51372). sfgate. Nominations Shirley MacLaine • Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress . com/ apps/ pbcs.Motion Picture • Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress . com/ cgi-bin/ article.com/movies/?id=inhershoes.Motion Picture Drama • Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress Cameron Diaz • Imagen Foundation Award for Best Actress References [1] In Her Shoes Movie Reviews. Shirley's Best Since Terms (http:/ / www.In Her Shoes (2005 film) 137 Box office The film opened at #3 at the U.allmovie. Box office raking in $10. In Her Shoes Review (http:/ / www.S. Retrieved 2010-11-27. rottentomatoes. External links • In Her Shoes (http://www. Chicago Sun-Times. Mick (2005-10-07). Rotten Tomatoes.575 USD in its first opening weekend. In Her Shoes Review (http:/ / rogerebert. suntimes.imdb. cgi?f=/ c/ a/ 2005/ 10/ 07/ DDGRNF31LM1. Retrieved 2010-11-27. [2] Reed. San Francisco Chronicle.Motion Picture Toni Collette • Satellite Award for Best Actress . Roger (2005-10-07). DTL). Retrieved 2010-11-27.com/title/tt0388125/) at the Internet Movie Database • In Her Shoes (http://www. Pictures (http:/ / www.017. The New York Observer. [3] Ebert.

smoking and nursing a hangover. When Ethel Ann begins acting strangely. Neve Campbell.[2] Plot The film opens in 1991. Stephen Amell. The man's daughter Marie (Neve Campbell) delivers the eulogy to a church full of veterans who knew and loved her father. Pete Postlethwaite. Christopher Plummer. 2007 UK Canada [1] USA English Language Closing the Ring is a film directed by Richard Attenborough and starring Shirley MacLaine. and Brenda Fricker. while her mother Ethel Ann (Shirley MacLaine) is sitting out on the church porch. It quickly emerges that there is a lot Marie does not know about her mother's past and the true story of her love life. with the funeral of a World War II veteran. 2007. The film was released in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland on December 28. only her friend Jack (Christopher Plummer) seems to understand why. Mischa Barton. .Closing the Ring 138 Closing the Ring Closing the Ring Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Richard Attenborough Richard Attenborough Jo Gilbert Peter Woodward Shirley MacLaine Christopher Plummer Mischa Barton Stephen Amell Neve Campbell Pete Postlethwaite Gregory Smith Jeff Danna Music by Cinematography Roger Pratt Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Country Lesley Walker The Works Distribution  United Kingdom December 28.

lively. Festival appearances The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 14. It was flown by Captain D. Teddy Gordon (played by Canadian new comer Stephen Amell). but not all of them make it back alive.Jack Mischa Barton . which Jack and Chuck boarded up for her in 1944. 2007. It concluded that the film is "a remarkable tale of love.[3] The film received its UK premiere at the London Film Festival on October 21. travelling to Michigan to give Ethel the ring. According to the Toronto International Film Festival it "exemplifies the balance between the epic and the intimate that has been the hallmark of Lord Richard Attenborough’s venerable career. Quinlan tells Ethel that he was on the hill when Teddy died. Ontario. 2007. She holds the hand of a dying British soldier caught in a car-bomb attack. Jimmy. Eugene Wedekemper. The plot lines intertwine with the story of a young Ulsterman in Belfast. and that Teddy's dying words freed Ethel from her promise to love him forever. loss and redemption that stands proudly among the films of one of the cinema’s living legends. Attenborough has produced another grand canvas about the emotional repercussions of a wartime promise."[3] .Teddy Gordon Neve Campbell .. giving his celebrated ensemble cast ample opportunity to shine". Marie is shocked and furious to learn that her mother loved not Chuck. Canada.Closing the Ring The movie flips to a time when this mother was young. Jack admits that he has always loved her. They begin a romance.Jimmy Reilly Pete Postlethwaite . The B-17 used in this movie was the Yankee Lady from the Yankee Air Museum. which was also used in the movie Tora! Tora! Tora!. Ethel travels to Belfast with Jimmy..Young Ethel Ann Gregory Smith . She is in love with a young farmer.Chuck Layke Anderson .Ethel Ann Christopher Plummer . who goes off to war with his best friends Jack (Gregory Smith) and Chuck (David Alpay). but Teddy's memory.Marie Brenda Fricker .Michael Quinlan John Travers . Inadvertently caught up in cross-border troubles. and optimistic (young Ethel Ann played by Mischa Barton). Reception The film attracted a mixed critical response.Young Michel Quinlan David Alpay . Jimmy flees Belfast.Dying Soldier Production Closing the Ring was filmed in Toronto and Hamilton. who finds a ring in the wreckage of a crashed B-17 and is determined to return it to the woman who once owned it.Attenborough traces multiple themes with ease and grace. Deftly weaving together different eras and locales. and Belfast.Young Jack Stephen Amell . 139 Main cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine . County Antrim. Northern Ireland. Ethel reveals a wall covered in souvenirs of Teddy. Joining Ethel in Belfast.Grandma Reilly Martin McCann .

com/m/closing_the_ring/) at Rotten Tomatoes Closing the Ring (http://www.com/title/tt0488380/) at the Internet Movie Database Closing the Ring (http://www. shtml) from the BBC website [2] Works nabs U. But Attenborough has infused it with warmth and mature insight. com/ reviews/ reviewcomplete.."[5] Philip French of The Observer wrote "Woodward's script is more than a little contrived.yahoo. uk/ films/ 2007/ 12/ 24/ closing_the_ring_2007_review. co.K.rottentomatoes.com/movie/1809418975/info) at Yahoo! Movies . co. empireonline. guardian.com/work/415887) at Allmovie Closing the Ring (http://movies. html) from The Observer website [7] Review of Closing the Ring (http:/ / www. as well as over-emphatic. ca/ filmsandschedules/ filmdetails.2233656.imdb. html?categoryid=31& cs=1& p=0) from Variety magazine's website External links • • • • • Official website (http://http://www." Variety called the film "decades-skipping schmaltz" and an "aggressively bittersweet yet oddly uninvolving drama. tiff07. co.Closing the Ring Derek Malcolm of the Evening Standard wrote that it "is well-acted throughout and it has a romantic appeal that is not to be sneered at.allmovie. bbc. uk/ News_Story/ Critic_Review/ Observer_review/ 0.closingtheringmovie.co.. aspx?ID=705141619011292) Toronto International Film Festival [4] Review of Closing the Ring (http:/ / www."[4] Alan Morrison of Empire wrote "After recent disappointments Sir Dickie Attenborough is back on better."[6] Laura Bushell of BBCi Films called the film a "looping tale of love and loss in WWII which is so old fashioned in its aspirations. and older members of the audience are likely to find it extremely moving. hollywoodreporter. uk/ film/ film-23339509-details/ Closing+ The+ Ring/ filmReview. variety. rights to Closing The Ring (http:/ / www. form. com/ review/ VE1117934861. com/ hr/ content_display/ film/ news/ e3i66abf6954df1d43ff4b99604a6253a3c) from The Hollywood Reporter [3] Closing The Ring (http:/ / www."[7] 140 References [1] Review of Closing the Ring (http:/ / www. it's hard to see why new audiences would flock to see it. albeit old-fashioned. thisislondon.uk/) Closing the Ring (http://www. do?reviewId=23429701) from the Evening Standard [5] Review of the Closing the Ring (http:/ / www. asp?FID=134101) from Empire [6] Review of Closing the Ring (http:/ / film.00.

The film was broadcast by Lifetime Television. the pioneering French fashion designer. Enrico Medioli and Lea Tafuri. Principal cast • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine as Coco Chanel (elder) Barbora Bobulová as Coco Chanel (young) Robert Dawson as Lord Fry Olivier Sitruk as Arthur "Boy" Capel Marine Delterme as Emilienne d'Alençon Anny Duperey as Madame Desboutins Cosimo Fusco as Albert Valentina Lodovini as Adrienne Malcolm McDowell as Marc Bouchier Sagamore Stévenin as Etienne Balsan .Coco Chanel (film) 141 Coco Chanel (film) Coco Chanel Directed by Produced by Christian Duguay Corrado Trionfera Daniele Passani Elisabetta Iovene Ron Hutchinson Enrico Medioli Lea Tafuri Shirley MacLaine Italy France United Kingdom English Written by Starring Country Language Original channel Rai Uno France 2 Release date Running time 2008 139 minutes Coco Chanel is a 2008 television film directed by Christian Duguay and written by Ron Hutchinson. It stars Shirley MacLaine as (the older) Coco Chanel.

Coco Chanel (film) 142 Home video release On July 7.00. 2009.it [3] References [1] http:/ / www. imdb.3983. Awards and nominations Golden Globe Award • Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film (MacLaine. raifiction. Coco Chanel was released on DVD in the Region 1 (US) format. nominated) Screen Actors Guild (SAG) • Outstanding Female Actor – Miniseries or Television Film (MacLaine. nominated) 61st Primetime Emmy Awards • Outstanding Made for Television Movie (Nominated) • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie (Maclaine. com/ on-tv/ movies/ coco-chanel [3] http:/ / www. rai. com/ title/ tt1094661/ [2] http:/ / www.. mylifetime. nominated) External links • Coco Chanel [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Official website [2] • On Rai. it/ raifiction2006fiction/ 0. html .

Shirley MacLaine plays matriarch Amelia Thomas in the film.Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning 143 Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning Genre Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Drama Kevin Sullivan Kevin Sullivan Trudy Grant Kevin Sullivan Hannah Endicott-Douglas Barbara Hershey Shirley MacLaine Rachel Blanchard Canada English Country Language Original channel CTV Release date Running time Preceded by December 14.) Her two daughters are preoccupied with their own young families and her adopted son Dominic (a character not featured in the books but invented for The Continuing Story) has yet to return from the war. The story follows Anne's life before she arrives at Green Gables. (This did not happen in the books. is troubled by recent events in her life. . Before the broadcast. Her husband. 2008 144 minutes (approx. It was released as a television film in 2008 on CTV. When a long-hidden secret is discovered under the floorboards at Green Gables. now a middle-aged woman. Anne retreats into her memories to relive her troubled early years prior to arriving as an orphan at Green Gables and being adopted by the Cuthberts. Kevin Sullivan wrote a completely new screenplay for the three-hour movie based on Montgomery's characters (serving as a prequel to his early 3 miniseries movies [1] broadcast originally on CBC) and not directly from her books. Gilbert. Synopsis Anne. has been killed overseas as a medical doctor during World War II.[1] The film stars 14-year-old Hannah Endicott-Douglas as the child and Barbara Hershey as the adult Anne Shirley. CTV had recently acquired the rights to the entire Anne catalogue including the 1985 miniseries.) Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning is the fourth film in the Anne of Green Gables film series.

once she discovers the truth about her real parents.Rachel Lynde . She begins a delicate search for her birth father.Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning The impact of this difficult period has a far-reaching effect on this older woman.Louisa Thomas Barbara Hershey . 144 Scene from the Film Courtesy of Sullivan Entertainment Inc Scene from the Film Courtesy of Sullivan Entertainment Inc Release The telefilm premiered on Sunday December 14.Gene Armstrong Kyra Harper . Cast • • • • • • • • • • • Shirley MacLaine .Bertha Shirley Ron Lea .Nellie Parkhurst Joan Gregson . uncertainty. heartache and joy.Older Anne Shirley Hannah Endicott-Douglas .Violetta Thomas Patricia Hamilton .Amelia Thomas Rachel Blanchard . In the parade of humanity Anne encounters she also faces the root of her desire to find true "kindred spirits".Hepzibah Vivien Endicott-Douglas .Walter Shirley Natalie Radford . The telefilm has a running time of 138 minutes. 2008 on CTV and it was also broadcast in High Definition. an inspired imagination and the impetus to use her talents as a writer to inspire others.Younger Anne Shirley Ben Carlson . It is a journey through a past fraught with danger.

imdb. Ontario area. Period mansions were used as the backdrop for the Thomas residences. using existing houses. the production crew and special effects team employed the technology of the Green Screen and CGI to digitally create the background.M. See.com/) • Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning (http://www. When they could not film on location. ctv. and a complete filmography of all adaptations of Montgomery texts. streetscapes and natural environments. a bibliography of reference materials.Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning 145 Production notes All of the movie’s actual location photography was shot in various places around the Toronto. References [1] New 'Anne of Green Gables' coming to CTV May 11. in particular. the page for Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning (http://lmmresearch. Of the major cast members from the original trilogy of films. Montgomery Research Group (http://lmmresearch.anneofgreengables. .org/) This scholarly site includes a blog. 2008 (http:/ / www. and an historic Quaker Boys School converted into the Bolingbrook Poorhouse for the film.org/filmography/ aggnb-2008). ca/ servlet/ ArticleNews/ story/ CTVNews/ 20071016/ anne_gables_071016/ 20071016?hub=Entertainment) External links • Official page on the Sullivan Anne of Green Gables trilogy and prequel (http://www.com/title/tt1063034/) at the Internet Movie Database • The L. or specific details that location filming could not produce. only Patricia Hamilton reprises her original character in the fourth film.

Valentine's Day (film) 146 Valentine's Day (film) Valentine's Day Directed by Produced by Garry Marshall Samuel J. New Line Cinema . Brown Mike Karz Wayne Allan Rice Josie Rosen Katherine Fugate Katherine Fugate Abby Kohn Marc Silverstein Julia Roberts Jessica Alba Jessica Biel Kathy Bates Bradley Cooper Eric Dane Patrick Dempsey Hector Elizondo Jamie Foxx Jennifer Garner Alex Williams Topher Grace Taylor Swift Anne Hathaway Carter Jenkins Ashton Kutcher Queen Latifah Taylor Lautner George Lopez Shirley MacLaine Emma Roberts John Debney Screenplay by Story by Starring Music by Cinematography Charles Minsky Editing by Studio Distributed by Bruce Green Relativity Media Warner Bros.

S. Kate and Holden chat. and she refuses to believe it and gets on the plane. There is a delay in the delivery of flowers. and have agreed to wait to have sex. play backgammon. Edgar (Hector Elizondo) and Estelle (Shirley MacLaine) are facing the troubles of a long marriage. Edgar is deeply upset. but the location of the hospital is in Los Angeles. Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein. an elementary school teacher has fallen in love with Dr. Julia makes a scene at the restaurant. On Valentine's Day. Edison (Bryce Robinson). On an airplane to Los Angeles. which he does. and Kate has to wait hours for the taxi. One of Julia’s students. 2010 124 minutes United States English $52 million [1] [2] 147 $213. The nurses at the counter reveal to her that he is married and tell her the name of the restaurant where he and his wife will be dining that evening. but does not know that he is married to his wife Pamela (Katherine LaNasa).Valentine's Day (film) Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue February 12. as she only has one day to spend with her family before she has to go back to the army. Willy gives Felicia a large white bear that she carries around with her everywhere and Felicia gets him a gray running t-shirt (which was his) and ironed the number 13 on the back for "good luck"." This upsets Estelle and leads to her telling Edgar about an affair she had with one of his business partners. Although she is deeply sorry for what she did. The screenplay was written by Katherine Fugate from a story by Fugate. .009. Kate Hazeltine (Julia Roberts). and gives back the toy Harrison gave her that morning. but Edison insists that Reed delivers the flowers the same day. a captain in the U. Meanwhile Edison’s grandparents. befriends newly single Holden Wilson (Bradley Cooper). Harrison Copeland (Patrick Dempsey). Harrison tells her that he needs to go to San Francisco for a business trip. and tell jokes. and Reed wishes they had told him. Morley changes her mind and leaves Reed later in the day. Harrison's wife. Army on a one-day leave. and inquires after him in. she suggests to Edison to give the flowers to a lonely girl in the class who also has a crush on him. the owner allows her to dress as a waitress. When the plane lands. Alphonso tells Reed he and Julia knew it would never work out between him and Morley. to be sent to his teacher. are experiencing the freshness of new love. Julia. orders flowers from Reed. and it didn't last long. Grace explains to them that she wants to have sex with Alex. which Kate accepts. and says. and Harrison is seen eating pizza alone in a condo later on that evening. She goes to the hospital where he said he would be after flying to San Francisco. They are interviewed on the news and advertise their love and support for each other. florist Reed Bennett (Ashton Kutcher) proposes to his girlfriend Morley (Jessica Alba) who accepts. becomes suspicious when Julia makes a comment referring to Harrison's ability to juggle. Julia buys a plane ticket to San Francisco. Reed finds out when Harrison orders flowers for his wife and girlfriend (Julia). Pamela. much to the surprise of Reed’s closest friends Alphonso (George Lopez) and Julia Fitzpatrick (Jennifer Garner). The planned encounter goes awry when Grace's mom discovers a naked Alex in Grace's room rehearsing a song he wrote for Grace on his guitar. As she teaches the owner's son. implying that Pamela has left him right after Julia's scene. The affair was while he was away. however. Plot It's Valentine's Day in Los Angeles. Edison's babysitter Grace (Emma Roberts) is planning to lose her virginity with her boyfriend Alex (Carter Jenkins).598 Valentine's Day is a 2010 American romantic comedy film directed by Garry Marshall. Reed quickly comes to the airport and warns Julia. Willy (Taylor Lautner) and Felicia (Taylor Swift). Holden offers his limousine. Grace’s high-school friends. They are for Julia. Wanting to surprise him and following Reed's advice from earlier on in the day. "It's not like I am going to sleep with one person for the rest of my life.

Alfonso dines with his wife. Morley is shown walking her Border collie while trying to call Reed and the movie closes with Julia and Reed beginning a relationship. Estelle. Harrison Copeland Emma Roberts as Grace Smart Carter Jenkins as Alex Franklin Alex Williams as Josh Curts Taylor Lautner as Willy Harrington Taylor Swift as Felicia Miller Eric Dane as Sean Jackson Jessica Biel as Kara Monahan Jamie Foxx as Kelvin Moore Queen Latifah as Paula Thomas Katherine LaNasa as Pamela Copeland Kathy Bates as Susan Moralez . Grace and Alex agree to wait to have sex. Kate goes home to greet her son Edison. but is becoming interested in sports reporter Kelvin Moore (Jamie Foxx) who has been sent out by his producer Susan (Kathy Bates) to cover Valentine's Day because of a lack of sports news. Jason decides that her job is too much for him to handle. and is completely broke. a close friend of Julia's. a closeted gay professional football player.000 student loan to pay off. Sean comes out on national television. 148 Cast Main • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Ashton Kutcher as Reed Bennett Jennifer Garner as Julia Fitzpatrick Anne Hathaway as Liz Curran Topher Grace as Jason Morris Hector Elizondo as Edgar Paddington Shirley MacLaine as Estelle Paddington Julia Roberts as Cpt. and they share their mutual hatred of Valentine's Day. is organizing her annual "I Hate Valentine's Day" party. Willy drops Felicia off at home after a date and they kiss goodnight. Edgar and Estelle retell each other their marriage vows and kiss in the theater. Liz explains that she is only doing this because she has a $100. Kelvin and Kara hang out at Kelvin's news station where they later kiss. Kate Hazeltine Bradley Cooper as Holden Wilson Jessica Alba as Morley Clarkson George Lopez as Alphonso Rodriguez Bryce Robinson as Edison Hazeltine Patrick Dempsey as Dr. has no health insurance. Jason goes back to Liz and they decide to keep a bond together but to also "keep it simple". is contemplating the end of his career together with his publicist Kara (Jessica Biel) and his agent Paula (Queen Latifah). Jason is first shocked when Liz turns out to be moonlighting as a phone sex operator. Paula has hired a new receptionist named Liz (Anne Hathaway) who has started dating mailroom clerk Jason (Topher Grace). Kara.Valentine's Day (film) Sean Jackson (Eric Dane). and Holden (who is Sean's lover) goes back to him. but eventually comes back to the relationship after seeing Edgar forgive his wife.

"Valentine's Day" – 2:31 15. 2010 and has charted on the U. and Universal's werewolf film The Wolfman. Claudia Smart Kristen Schaal as Ms.S.1 million over three days. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. breaking a record for highest first-week sales by a female artist. (written by Debney and Glen Ballard. The soundtrack also includes "Today Was a Fairytale" by Taylor Swift. which debuted at #2 on the U. "I Gotta Feeling" by The Black Eyed Peas was used for the film's trailer.S. and not included on the song CD) was released digitally on April 7.4 million its opening weekend.[6] .6 million. "Every Time You Smiled". It appears in the film but not on the soundtrack however. "Julia Sees the Light/Edgar & Estelle/Young Love/First Time" – 3:31 9. "Light Conversation/Chivalrous Gestures/He's Married/Forget Me Not" – 3:25 7. Gilroy Joe Mantegna as Angry Driver (uncredited) 149 Music The score to Valentine's Day was composed by John Debney. 2010 by Watertower Music. with award-winning lyricist Glen Ballard which was performed by Carina Round. who recorded his score with the Hollywood Studio Symphony at the Sony Scoring Stage. "Flower Shop Talk/To the Restaurant/The Realization/Mi Familia" – 3:27 6. which debuted at number 2 with $31. including "Every Time You Smiled". "Ride Home/Guys Talk" – 1:47 12. It features the movie's leading song. "Apartment Dwelling/Hollywood Loft" – 0:48 4. "She Said No/Don't Go/I Like Her" – 3:50 10. "Mom's Home/Soccer Practice/Bike Ride" – 2:23 13.Valentine's Day (film) Minor • • • • • Brooklynn Proulx as Madison Copeland Jonathan Morgan Heit as Tough Franklin Beth Kennedy as Mrs. "My Life's a Mess/This Is Awkward" – 1:22 11. grabbing the number 1 spot over the holiday that shares its name. Jamie Foxx also recorded a song for the film which is called "Quit Your Job". Jewel's "Stay Here Forever".[4] The film ousted two other high-profile openings. "Liz Leaves/Having Sex/I Have No Life" – 3:10 8. which was released as a single on January 19. "The Proposal/Trying to Tell Her" – 2:20 2. because of profanity in the verses. Billboard Hot 100. Debney's score album.[5] It is currently the third-highest opening weekend in February. 2010 via Big Machine Records. 20th Century Fox's action fantasy Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.[3] The movie's official soundtrack was released on February 9. Taylor Swift's song "Jump Then Fall" from the Platinum edition of her album Fearless also featured on the soundtrack. "Arrival/Airport/Catching Julia/Gotta Stop Them" – 2:55 5. "Every Time You Smiled" (Carina Round) – 2:53 Reception Box office The film debuted with $52. "The Makeup/First Kiss" – 2:25 3. "Reed and Julia" – 2:26 14. Track listing for the score album: 1. with $30. He also wrote a song for the film.

Valentine's Day (film) With that record. He said "I thought the film was just awful".[15] Travers' analysis of the film simply states that "Valentine's Day is a date movie from hell".[16] Viewers that took part in surveys after the showing of the film had a generally positive reaction with some viewers agreeing it was full of clichés but that was what they expected from the movie with all storylines ending in happily-ever-afters.[15] Jonathan Ross was not complimentary either on his Film 2010 show.". while others will just get nauseous. humor.". which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 top reviews from mainstream critics. and cloverleaf like the interstates threading through California's Southland". based on 33 reviews.[11] Betsy Sharkey of The Los Angeles Times commented that "The effect of all those spinning songs. describing the film as "surfing through the channels of an all-chick-flick cable service.8/10. stars and scenarios is merry-go-round-like.[17] [18] [19] [20] [21] particularly the basic premise of multiple storylines occurring around a popular holiday. and sometimes identical subplots. Valentine's Day squanders its promise with a frantic..[9] Its consensus states: "Eager to please and stuffed with stars. The passing of the Valentine's Day holiday later had the film's box office results quickly declining with a total of $110 million in the United States and Canada as well as an additional $100 million overseas for a grand total of $210 million worldwide. Rene Rodriguez for the Miami Herald gave the film 2/4 stars. calculated an average score of 34%. it is the second biggest opening for a romantic comedy film behind Sex and the City with $57 million.. Valentine's Day is noted for sharing similarities with the British film Love Actually. producing a sort of dizzying collage that no doubt some will adore. diverge.[14] Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film one star out of four.. Valentine's Day received largely negative reviews from critics and average reviews from the community. with an average score of 3."[13] Rodriguez also criticized the film's blandness."[8] Metacritic. and intelligence.[18] Awards and nominations Award 2010 MTV Movie Awards [22] Best Kiss Category Recipients Result Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner Nominated .[7] Yahoo movies critics averaged the flim's grade as a C-.[7] Review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a rating of 18% based on 163 reviews.. episodic plot and an abundance of rom-com cliches.[8] Among Rotten Tomatoes' selected top critics the film holds an overall approval rating of 16% based on 32 reviews. undemanding movie that takes place over 18 hours on V-Day and considers Very Attractive People whose romantic destinies converge. 150 Critical response Despite being a box office success.[12] Mark Kermode called the film a 'greeting card full of vomit'.[13] Slate movie critic Dana Stevens wrote that the film "lacks in charm. the overall opinion of Carrie Rickey's review for The Philadelphia Inquirer is that "It is a pleasant. stating the film should have "shed some of its blander plotlines[… ]and spent a little more time exploring the thrill and elation of being in love – or at least just being horny".[10] Giving the film 3/4 stars.

[26] Abigail Breslin and Lea Michele are set to star. 2011. Filming will begin in New York City in late 2010.Male Choice: Hissy Fit [25] Favorite Comedy Movie Worst Actor Worst Actor Worst Supporting Actor Worst Supporting Actress Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner Nominated Taylor Swift Won Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner Nominated Anne Hathaway George Lopez Jessica Biel Film Ashton Kutcher Taylor Lautner George Lopez Jessica Alba Nominated Nominated Nominated Nominated Won Nominated Nominated Won 37th People's Choice Awards 31st Golden Raspberry Awards Home media Valentine's Day was released on Region 1 DVD and Blu-ray Disc on 18 May 2010.Valentine's Day (film) [23] [24] Choice Movie: Romantic Comedy Choice Movie Actor: Romantic Comedy Film Ashton Kutcher Won Won Nominated 151 2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Romantic Comedy Queen Latifah Choice: Chemistry Choice: Breakout Female Choice: Liplock Choice: Scene Stealer . On December 8. It will be called New Year's Eve and will be set on December 31-January 1. The film is scheduled for release on December 9. 2010 it was revealed that the film is a not a sequel to Valentine's Day and that Jessica Biel and Ashton Kutcher would play different characters.Female Choice: Scene Stealer . Proposed sequel A sequel announced by director Garry Marshall was in the works. Marshall is expected to return for the film and writer Katherine Fugate has already written the draft.[27] . Marshall also wants some of the original film's cast to return for the sequel.

Flixster.4 million debut . [23] "First Wave of "Teen Choice 2010" Nominees Announced" (http:/ / www. "Review – Valentine's Day (PG-13) ** – Starry cast can't banish the blandness" (http:/ / www. avclub. [9] "Valentine's Day (Cream of the Crop)" (http:/ / www. [3] Goldwasser. yahoo. . she will be playing a new character in an entirely different storyline . "'Valentine's Day . Retrieved July 26. 2010. 6 minutes in.blogging film 24/7 (http:/ / www. . [10] Valentine's Day (2010) (http:/ / movies. . msnbc. "Valentine's Day" cost Warner Bros. . com/ id/ 35406897/ ns/ entertainment-movies/ ) [6] "Top February Opening Weekends at the Box Office" (http:/ / www. latimes. . philly. Retrieved 2010-02-11. com/ movies/ love-actually-and-valentines-day-there-were-things-that-i-noticed) [19] Valentine’s Day | BrandonFibbs.com (http:/ / www.Entertainment . msn. comingsoon. Flixster. since New Year's Eve is not a sequel to that film. [16] Film 2010.com. metacritic. Box Office Mojo. CNET Networks. 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com/title/tt0817230/) at the Internet Movie Database Valentine's Day (http://www.com/work/491544) at Allmovie Valentine's Day (http://www.com/movies/?id=valentinesday.com) Valentine's Day (http://www.valentinesdaymovie.Valentine's Day (film) 153 External links • • • • • • Official website (http://http://www.com/m/valentines_day_2010/) at Rotten Tomatoes Valentine's Day (http://www.allmovie.imdb.htm) at Box Office Mojo Valentine's Day (http://www.rottentomatoes.metacritic.com/movie/valentinesday) at Metacritic .boxofficemojo.

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