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Cast (feature film)

1.
Brother Bear (2003)
Set against the majestic natural splendor of the Great American Northwest, the film tells the story of a boy named Kenai, whose life takes an unexpected turn when the Great Spirits transform him into a bear--the creature he hates most. Befriended by a bear cub named Koda, Kenai sets out to regain h
2.
Audrey Hepburn Story, The (2000) as Cathleen Nesbitt
Movie based on the life of actress Audrey Hepburn, from her childhood during the Nazi occupation of Holland in WWII, to her celebrated status as an international film star. Tracing her career from her first days on the London stage to her debut on Broadway in "Gigi," Audrey proceeds to take Hollywoo
3.
Object of My Affection, The (1998)
Nina is the stepsister of the wife of a successful literary agent. While at a dinner party hosted by the former, she inadvertently informs an acquaintance, George, that his lover, Robert, is dumping him. After the inevitable confrontation, George takes up Nina's invitation to stay at her place until
4.
Adventures of Sebastian Cole, The (1998) as Grandmother
Growing up in upstate New York, seventeen-year-old Sebastian Cole wants something else. He wants to get out and find adventure, new experiences. Little does he know life has plenty in store for him... Sebastian's family is suddenly thrown into a fantastic tailspin when his stepfather Hank announces
5.
Peacemaker, The (1997)
Greedy Russian military officers crash two trains into each other with the warheads aboard one causing a nuclear blast. The accident is a cover for the theft of some of the weapons for sale to terrorists and rogue governments. In the U.S., intelligence officer Lt. Col. Tom Devoe, isn''t fooled. Neither is Dr. Julia Kelly, the acting head of a White House task force on nuclear smuggling. Devoe and Kelly team up to find the nukes, but one warhead is missing. It''s in the hands of Dusan Gavrich, a grief-stricken terrorist planning to call the world''s attention to the war in Croatia with a nuclear explosion in Manhattan.
6.
Jungle 2 Jungle (1997)
Successful commodities trader Michael Cromwell is engaged to marry Charlotte, but first he must finalize his divorce with his estranged wife, Dr. Patricia Cromwell. Leaving everthing behind, including his hyperactive business partner, Richard, Michael travels deep into the Amazon jungle where Patricia has been living since she left him, and gets the surprise of his life when he discovers he has a 13 year old son, Mimi-Siku, who has been raised among tribesmen. In no time, Michael inadvertently agrees to take Mimi-Siku to visit his own jungle -- New York City. Cultures collide and chaos ensues when Mimi-Siku, who has more skill with blow darts than with social graces, comes to the most sophisticated city on the planet and wreaks comical havoc on his father''s life.
7.
Murder in Black & White (1990)
A television movie sequel to the CBS miniseries "Doubletake" and "Internal Affairs." Richard Crenna reprises his role as Lieutenant Frank Janek, the skilled New York City detective who leads an investigation into the death of a recently-appointed black Police Commissioner and another similar murder
8.
Laserman, The (1990)
A Chinese-American scientist and his overbearing Jewish mother struggle with mistaken identities and a gang of terrorists.
9.
Her Alibi (1989) as Audrey
A writer becomes involved with a beautiful murder suspect.
10.
Happy New Year (1987)
Two crooks don a variety of disguises to rob a jewelry store.
11.
Little Sex, A (1981)
A ladies man (Matheson) marries his long-time girlfriend (Capshaw) in hopes of it curing him from his womanizing habit, it doesn''t.
12.
Cagney & Lacey (1981)
The landmark movie about two women police partners that spawned a series unique in television history-- critically-acclaimed but twice cancelled by the network and twice revived because of audience response. Tyne Daly, the married partner juggling a career and family, subsequently won an Emmy Award
13.
It's My Turn (1980)
Kate is a mathematics professor who is married to a cheerful architect named Homer. Kate travels from their home in Chicago to New York City, where she meets the handsome, recently retired professional baseball player Ben. The two are attracted to each other, and when Ben pursues her, Kate is surprised by her willingness to get romantically involved with him.
14.
Roseland (1977) as Pauline ("The Hustle")
Three stories set in the famed dance hall center on the search for a perfect partner in dancing and life.
15.
Middle of the Night (1959) as Lillian
A widowed businessman courts a younger woman who works for him.
16.
The Goddess (1958) as Alice Marie
Booze, pills and loneliness mark a young actress' rise to stardom.

Cast (special)

17.
Intimate Portrait: Marilyn Monroe (1996)
Documentary portrait of actress Marilyn Monroe.
18.
Women and Wallace (1990)
A dark comedy about a young man haunted by his mother's suicide as he tries to connect with other women.
19.
Baby on Board (1988)
A married couple in ther 40s whose lives are radically changed when they have their first baby.
20.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1984)
The program honors five of the world's most distinguished artists for lifetime achievement in their respective fields. The artists honored in this year's ceremony are singer Lena Horne, actor and comedian Danny Kaye, playwright Arthur Miller, composer Gian-Carlo Menotti, and violinist Isaac Stern.

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