|Beyond Therapy 1987 R, 93 min.|
Director: Robert Altman
Cast: Julie Hagerty, Jeff Goldblum, Glenda Jackson, Tom Conti, Christopher Guest, Genevieve Page, Cris Campion, Sandrine Dumas, Bertrand Bonvoisin, Nicole Evans, Louis-Marie Taillefer, Matthew Leonard-Lesniak, Laure Killing, Sylvie Lenor, Anne Monner
Lives of New York City singles, who are dating each other, are examined as Prudence (Julie Hagerty) and Bruce (Jeff Goldblum) visit their respective psychiatrists.
|The Class of Miss MacMichael 1978 R, 99 min.|
Director: Silvio Narizzano
Cast: Glenda Jackson, Oliver Reed, Michael Murphy, Rosalind Cash, John Standing, Michael Murphy, Phil Daniels, Tony London, Marianne Stone
Dedicated teacher Conor MacMichael (Glenda Jackson) fights the establishment, headed by Terence Sutton (Oliver Reed), to bring knowledge to her class of social misfits.
|H.E.A.L.T.H. 1979 PG, 105 min.|
Director: Robert Altman
Cast: Carol Burnett, Glenda Jackson, James Garner, Lauren Bacall, Henry Gibson, Paul Dooley, Donald Moffat, Alfre Woodard, Dick Cavett
This satire on politics and "dirty tricks" is underrated with its great cast and is well-worth viewing Set at a health food convention, the acronym stands for Happiness, Energy and Longevity Through Health. If it's Altman, it must be different.
|Hopscotch 1980 R, 104 min.|
Director: Ronald Neame
Cast: Walter Matthau, Glenda Jackson, Ned Beatty, Sam Waterston, Herbert Lom, David Matthau, George Baker, Severn Darden, Allan Cuthbertson, Lucy Saroyan
An ex-CIA agent, Miles Kendig (Walter Matthau), writes an expose revealing espionage tactics and then tries to prevent its publication.
|House Calls 1978 PG, 98 min.|
Director: Howard Zieff
Cast: Walter Matthau, Glenda Jackson, Art Carney, Richard Benjamin, Candice Azzara, Dick O'Neill, Thayer David, Anthony Holland, Brad Dexter, Lloyd Gough
A middle-aged surgeon (Walter Matthau), newly widowed, thinks of himself as a "great catch." Complications arise in the form of a divorcee (Glenda Jackson) who has her own ideas of what makes good relationships. Art Carney, as usual, is great.
|Lost and Found 1979 PG, 110 min.|
Director: Melvin Frank
Cast: George Segal, Glenda Jackson, Maureen Stapleton, Hollis McLaren, John Cunningham, Paul Sorvino, Ken Pogue, John Candy, Martin Short
Adam (George Segal) is a university professor and widower who romances and marries divorcee Tricia (Glenda Jackson), BUT their ensuing marriage cannot be described as "happily ever after."
|The Maids 1974 PG, 95 min.|
Director: Christopher Miles
Cast: Glenda Jackson, Susannah York, Vivien Merchant, Mark Burns
This filmed adaptation of Jean Genet's stage play tells the story of two maids, Solange and Clair (Glenda Jackson and Susannah York), who despise their boss, the "Madame" (Vivien Merchant), and all she stands for. The two devise ways to kill Madame, with each taking on the role of the hated employer.
|Nasty Habits 1977 PG, 96 min.|
Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Cast: Glenda Jackson, Melina Mercouri, Geraldine Page, Sandy Dennis, Anne Jackson, Edith Evans, Anne Meara, Susan Penhaligon, Rip Torn, Eli Wallach
Satirizing the 1974 Watergate "burglary," this comedy is set in a Philadelphia convent where the conniving Sister Alexandra (Glenda Jackson) rules the roost (ala Nixon). Sandy Dennis, as Sister Winifred, plays the "John Dean" character to a tee. Good idea, but doesn't quite make the grade despite the good cast.
|The Return of the Soldier 1982 N/R, 101 min.|
Director: Alan Bridges
Cast: Alan Bates, Julie Christie, Glenda Jackson, Ann - Margret, Ian Holm, Frank Finlay, Jeremy Kemp, Hilary Mason, John Sharp, Elizabeth Edmonds
After suffering shell shock during battle in World War I, Chris Baldry (Alan Bates) returns from the Western Front with amnesia. Instead of returning to his wife, Kitty (Julie Christie), he seeks out an old love (Glenda Jackson). Kitty plots to have psychiatrists bring back his memory.
|The Romantic Englishwoman 1975 R, 115 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Joseph Losey
Cast: Glenda Jackson, Michael Caine, Helmut Berger, Michael Lonsdale, Beatrice Romand, Kate Nelligan, Reinhard Kolldehoff, Marcus Richardson, Nathalie Delon, Julie Peasgood, Anna Steele, Frankie Jordan, Frances Tomelty, David de Keyser, Phil Brown
This sophisticated British comedy is entertaining as it interweaves fact with fiction in the lives of British writer Lewis Fielding (Michael Caine) and his wife Elizabeth (Glenda Jackson) who has just returned from Europe. Lewis imagines that Elizabeth has been unfaithful. In fact, she had been attracted to drug smuggler Thomas (Helmut Berger). Lewis invites Thomas into their home for a visit. Now, Elizabeth starts to fall in love with Thomas, and Lewis realizes he has made a big mistake.
|Sunday Bloody Sunday 1971 R, 110 min.|
Director: John Schlesinger
Cast: Peter Finch, Glenda Jackson, Murray Head, Peggy Ashcroft, Tony Britton, Maurice Denham, Bessie Love, Vivian Pickles, Harold Goldblatt, Richard Pearson, Frank Windsor, Thomas Baptiste, June Brown, Hannah Norbert, Marie Burke
In this story of a bisexual love triangle, set in London during the early 1970s, Bob Elkin (Murray Head) is the lover of both Dr. Daniel Hirsh (Peter Finch) and Alex Greville (Glenda Jackson)–who happen to share the same answering machine service. Bob and Alex agree to babysit for the five children of Alva and Bill Hodson (Vivian Pickles and Frank Windsor), but on Saturday morning Bob excuses himself and leaves. Alex knows that he is headed off to see Daniel and does not handle the problem well–all of which Bob will learn when he returns on Sunday. This is a groundbreaking film on the subject of homosexuality. Great performances make this adult drama an event well-worth viewing. Oscar nominations were received for Best Actor (Finch), Best Actress (Jackson), and Best Director.
|A Touch of Class 1973 PG, 105 min.|
Director: Melvin Frank
Cast: George Segal, Glenda Jackson, Paul Sorvino, K Callan, Hildegarde Neil, Cec Linder, Mary Barclay, Michael Elwyn, Nadim Sawalha, Ian Thompson
This production tells the story of an affair between an American insurance executive (George Segal) living in London with his family and a British dress designer (Glenda Jackson) separated from her husband. They meet and have an affair in spite of a myriad of problems. Glenda Jackson won the Best Actress Oscar for her role. Somehow, this dull picture was also nominated for an Oscar.
|Women in Love 1969 R, 132 min.|
Director: Ken Russell
Cast: Glenda Jackson, Oliver Reed, Alan Bates, Jennie Linden, Eleanor Bron, Alan Webb, Michael Gough, Vladek Sheybal, Catherine Willmer, Phoebe Nicholls, Sharon Gurney, Christopher Gable
Glenda Jackson won the Academy Award for Best Actress in her role of Gudrun, whose cruel treatment of her husband, Gerald (Oliver Reed), leads to his suicide. Set in England during the 1920s, Gudrun's marriage is contrasted to her sister Ursula's (Jennie Linden) happy wedded life. A nomination was received for Best Director.
|Oscars: Best Actress for Women in Love (1970), Best Actress for A Touch of Class (1973)|
1. Beyond Therapy (1987)
2. The Class of Miss MacMichael (1978)
3. H.E.A.L.T.H. (1979)
4. Hedda (1975)
5. Hopscotch (1980)
6. House Calls (1978)
7. The Incredible Sarah (1976)
8. Lost and Found (1979)
9. The Maids (1974)
10. Nasty Habits (1977)
11. The Return of the Soldier (1982)
12. The Romantic Englishwoman (1975)
13. Stevie (1978)
14. Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971)
15. A Touch of Class (1973)
16. Women in Love (1969)
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