|Eyewitness 1981 R, 102 min.|
Director: Peter Yates
Cast: William Hurt, Sigourney Weaver, James Woods, Christopher Plummer, Irene Worth, Pamela Reed, Steven Hill, Kenneth McMillan, Morgan Freeman
When a television reporter (Sigourney Weaver) investigates a murder, she interviews the janitor (William Hurt) who happened upon the murder. Unbeknownst to the reporter, the janitor has been an overzealous fan of hers. To keep in contact, he pretends to know more about the murder than he does, thus throwing himself into the murder investigation.
|Fast Forward 1985 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Musical / Drama
Director: Sidney Poitier
Cast: John Scott Clough, Don Franklin, Tamara Mark, Tracy Silver, Cindy McGee, Gretchen Palmer, Irene Worth, Constance Towers, Monique Clintron, Debra Varnado, Noel Conlon, Karen Kopins, Sam McMurray, Michael DeLorenzo, Doris Belack
Eight members of a dance troupe head from their home in Sandusky, Ohio to hit it big in New York City through a talent competition. While waiting to compete, they learn much about the real world.
|Forbidden 1985 TV, 116 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Anthony Page
Cast: Jacqueline Bisset, Jurgen Prochnow, Irene Worth, Peter Vaughan, Amanda Cannings, Avis Bunnage, Robert Dietl, Malcolm Kaye, Georg Tryphon, Osman Ragheb, Annie Leon, Guntbert Warns, Herta Schwarz, Ulli Kinalzik, Gerhard Frey
A German countess, Nina von Halder (Jacqueline Bisset), while working for the anti-Nazi resistance, shelters a Jew, Fritz Friedlander (Jurgen Prochnow), in her apartment where they begin a forbidden love affair.
|King Lear 1971 PG, 136 min.|
Director: Peter Brook
Cast: Paul Scofield, Irene Worth, Susan Engel, Anne-Lise Gabold, Jack MacGowran, Alan Webb, Cyril Cusack, Patrick Magee, Tom Fleming, Ian Hogg, Soren Elung Jensen, Robert Langdon Lloyd, Barry Stanton
Paul Scofield plays the aging King Lear, father of three very ambitious daughters Goneril, Regan, and Cordelia (Irene Worth, Susan Engel, and Anne-Lise Gabold). Lear bases the decision for whom to leave his kingdom to on who loves him the most. Cordelia won't play her father's game, and he exiles her. Now, Goneril and Regan deceive Lear and plot to take away all of his power. Meanwhile, Gloucester (Alan Webb) and his two sons Edmund and Edgar (Ian Hogg and Robert Langdon Lloyd) have their own problems, which are also based on unfaithfulness and scheming against the father. This intricate Shakespeare play is staged in an interesting manner.
|Lost in Yonkers 1993 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Martha Coolidge
Cast: Richard Dreyfuss, Mercedes Ruehl, Irene Worth, Brad Stoll, Mike Damus, David Strathairn, Robert Miranda, Jack Laufer, Susan Merson, Illya Hause, Calvin Stillwell, Dick Hagerman, Jesse Vincent, Peter Gannon, Howard Newstate
Uncle Louie (Richard Dreyfuss) becomes the center of attention for two young nephews Jay and Arty (Brad Stoll and Mike Damus) when they visit their grandmother. Never mind that Uncle Louie has a few criminal tendencies, he is one of the most interesting characters these two lads have run into during their short lives. Then there's Aunt Bella (Mercedes Ruehl), or is it Crazy Aunt Bella? A good job on this Neil Simon story.
|Nicholas and Alexandra 1971 PG, 185 min.|
Director: Franklin J. Schaffner
Cast: Michael Jayston, Janet Suzman, Roderic Noble, Fiona Fullerton, Harry Andrews, Jack Hawkins, Laurence Olivier, Michael Redgrave, Curd Jurgens, Irene Worth
Events of the final days of the Romanov rule of Russia are depicted as Czar Nicholas and his family are executed during the Bolshevik Revolution. The film won two Academy Awards (Art Direction and Costume Design) and was nominated for four others, including Picture and Actress.
|Onegin 1999 R, 106 min.|
Director: Martha Fiennes
Cast: Ralph Fiennes, Liv Tyler, Martin Donovan, Toby Stephens, Lena Headey, Alun Armstrong, Harriet Walter, Irene Worth, Jason Watkins, Francesca Annis
Based on Alexander Pushkin's 1833 narrative poem, this story involves an aristocrat, Evgeny Onegin (Ralph Fiennes) who spurns the advances of the beautiful Tatyana Larina (Liv Tyler). But, six-years later, when they meet in St. Petersburg, it is Evgeny who is smitten and Tatyana who is now uninterested in him.
|Orders to Kill 1958 N/R, 93 min.|
Director: Anthony Asquith
Cast: Eddie Albert, Paul Massie, Lillian Gish, James Robertson Justice, Irene Worth, Leslie French, John Crawford, Lionel Jeffries, Sam Kydd, Nicholas Phipps
Gene Summers (Paul Massie) is an American spy who is ordered to Paris to track down and kill a suspected French Nazi agent (Eddie Albert).
|Rich Kids 1979 PG, 101 min.|
Director: Robert M. Young
Cast: Trini Alvarado, Jeremy Levy, Kathryn Walker, John Lithgow, Terry Kiser, David Selby, Olympia Dukakis, Jill Eikenberry, Irene Worth, Paul Dooley
Franny (Trini Alvarado) and Jamie (Jeremy Levy) are two young upper-class New Yorkers who become friends as Franny struggles to understand, and accept, her parents' divorce.
|The Scapegoat 1959 N/R, 92 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama
Director: Robert Hamer
Cast: Alec Guinness, Bette Davis, Nicole Maurey, Irene Worth, Pamela Brown, Geoffrey Keen, Peter Bull, Leslie French, Alan Webb, Eddie Byrne, Annabel Bartlett, Noel Howlett, Maria Britneva, Alexander Archdale, Peter Sallis
John Barratt (Alec Guinness) is an Englishman on holiday in Paris when he meets Jacque De Gue (also Alec Guinness), who looks exactly like Barratt. The Count cons Barratt into taking his identity, and John meets the Count's morphine addicted mother (Bette Davis), his wife Francoise (Irene Worth), and brother-in-law Aristide (Peter Bull). Now, the Count murders Francoise, heads off with his mistress Bela (Nicole Maurey), and plans to murder Barratt. But, Barratt has found a purpose in his life after meeting the Count's family and wants to help solve their problems. His solution is to challenge the Count to a duel.
|Secret People 1952 N/R, 96 min.|
Director: Thorold Dickinson
Cast: Valentina Cortese, Charles Goldner, Serge Reggiani, Audrey Hepburn, Megs Jenkins, Irene Worth, Sydney Tafler, Angela Foulds, Reginald Tate, Athene Seyler, Norman Williams, Michael Shepley, Geoffrey Hibbert, John Ruddock, Michael Allan
After their father's political execution, two sisters, Maria and Nora Brentano (Valentina Cortese and Audrey Hepburn), flee to London. Now, seven years later, they join Louis Balan (Serge Reggiani) in an assassination attempt and take up where their father left off in the underground movement of World War II.
|The Shell Seekers 1989 TV, 94 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Waris Hussein
Cast: Angela Lansbury, Sam Wanamaker, Denis Quilley, Sophie Ward, David Simeon, Irene Worth, Christopher Bowen, Andrew Keir, Michael Gough, Patricia Hodge, Anna Carteret, Serena Gordon, Christopher Bowen, Tracey Childs, James Goodwin
Penelope Keeling (Angela Lansbury) suffers a severe heart attack. During her recovery she comes to realize the mistakes she has made in her life and is determined to regain the happiness she knew in her younger days, especially on the beach. Excellent made-for-TV adaptaton of Rosamunde Pincher's best seller.
|1. Deathtrap (1982)|
2. Eyewitness (1981)
3. Fast Forward (1985)
4. Forbidden (1985)
5. King Lear (1971)
6. Lost in Yonkers (1993)
7. Nicholas and Alexandra (1971)
8. Onegin (1999)
9. Orders to Kill (1958)
10. Rich Kids (1979)
11. The Scapegoat (1959)
12. Secret People (1952)
13. The Shell Seekers (1989)
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