|Accidental Meeting 1994 TV, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Michael Zinberg
Cast: Linda Gray, Linda Purl, Leigh McCloskey, Ernie Lively, David Hayward, Kent McCord, Lorna Scott, Nancy Hochman, Bethany Richards, Steve Tom, Duke Stroud, Yvonne Evans, Patricia North, D.J. Sullivan, Janet Haley
Maryanne (Linda Purl) and Jennifer (Linda Gray) meet and when they start talking find out that they both have problems with the men in their lives. They plot to kill Jennifer's unfaithful husband and Maryann's boss. Jennifer kills Mary Ann's boss and then wants Maryanne to keep her part of the deal. She threatens Maryanne with blackmail and demands that she follow through with the plot.
|Body of Evidence 1988 TV, 98 min.|
Director: Roy Campanella II
Cast: Margot Kidder, Barry Bostwick, Tony Lo Bianco, Caroline Kava, Jennifer Barbour, David Hayward, Tony Lo Bianco, Peter Bibby, Garwin Sanford, Georgie Collins, Don S. Davis, Blue Mankuma, Don MacKay, Bill Croft, Karen Tilly
This is a good suspense film about a pathologist, Alex Dwyer (Barry Bostwick) who is on the trail of a serial killer. Meanwhile, his wife Carol (Margot Kidder) is thinking that perhaps he is the killer. 2 User Reviews
|love this movie||auna 03/28/2011 |
| please put it and all lifetime movies on amazone.com for sale. i love the old lifetime movies from the 1980's and 1990's, and some of them now.|
|Excellent suspenseful||Anonymous 09/18/2010 |
|Fallen Angel 1981 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Robert Michael Lewis
Cast: Dana Hill, Melinda Dillon, Richard Masur, Ronny Cox, David Hayward, Virginia Kiser, Shelby Leverington, Adam Gunn, Ronald G. Joseph, David Rode, Arthur Rosenberg, Sherrie Wills, Ed Call, Tamar Cooper, Elizabeth Cheshire
Jennifer (Dana Hill) is an innocent young girl who is coerced by her softball coach, Howard "Howie" Phillips (Richard Masur) into posing for child pornography. Later, Jennifer finds it impossible to talk to her own mother (Melinda Dillon) who represents a means of saving her from the world of pornography. This was a big TV hit and was nominated for an Emmy.
|Fast Charlie...The Moonbeam Rider 1979 PG, 98 min.|
aka: Fast Charlie and the Moonbeam
Director: Steve Carver
Cast: David Carradine, Brenda Vaccaro, L.Q. Jones, R.G. Armstrong, Terry Kiser, Jesse Vint, Noble Willingham, Ralph James, Bill Bartman, David Hayward, Stephen Ferry, Tracy Harris, Robert Plumb, Jack Brennan, Lynda Abbott
A World War I doughboy, Charlie Swattle (David Carradine), deserts his unit to enter the first long-distance cross-country motorcycle race.
|The Legend of the Lone Ranger 1981 PG, 98 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure
Director: William A. Fraker
Cast: Klinton Spilsbury, Michael Horse, Christopher Lloyd, Matt Clark, Jason Robards, John Hart, Richard Farnsworth, Juanin Clay, John Bennett Perry, David Hayward, Lincoln Tate, Ted Flicker, Marc Gilpin, Patrick Montoya, David Bennett
John Ried (Klinton Spilsbury) is the sole survivor of an ambush by Butch Cavendish (Christopher Lloyd) and his gang. John is rescued by his childhood friend Tonto (Michael Horse) and nursed back to health. John assumes the name of the Lone Ranger–after his Ranger brother who was killed in the ambush–and is determined to bring the Cavendish gang to justice. He dons his mask and riding his horse Silver sets out with Tonto to save President Ulysses S. Grant (Jason Robards) who the Cavendish gang has abducted.
|1. Accidental Meeting (1994)|
2. Body of Evidence (1988)
3. Fallen Angel (1981)
4. Fast Charlie...The Moonbeam Rider (1979)
aka: Fast Charlie and the Moonbeam
5. The Legend of the Lone Ranger (1981)
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