|And God Created Woman 1988 R, 100 min.|
Director: Roger Vadim
Cast: Rebecca De Mornay, Vincent Spano, Frank Langella, Donovan Leitch, Judith Chapman, Jaime McEnnan, Benjamin Mouton, Dave Shelley, Einstein Brown, David Lopez, Thelma Houston, Dorian Sanchez, Gail Boggs, Maria Duval, Lee Ann Martin
Convict Robin Shay (Rebecca De Mornay) dreams of becoming a rock star. She makes a deal with the prison handyman Billy Moran (Vincent Spano) to marry her and help her chance of probation. He agrees, and Robin is released from prison, but Billy soon learns that Robin will not enter into a sexual relationship with him. Now, Laura forms a band, seduces gubernatorial candidate James Tiernan (Frank Langella), and becomes a singing star.
|Convicted 1986 TV, 104 min.|
Director: David Lowell Rich
Cast: John Larroquette, Lindsay Wagner, Carroll O'Connor, Bert Remsen, Patricia Gaul, Jenny Lewis, Jaime McEnnan, Christopher Roberts, Caitlin O'Heaney
After a man (John Larroquette) is falsely accused and convicted of rape, his loyal wife (Lindsay Wagner) spends five years determined to uncover the truth behind the crime.
|Munchie 1992 PG, 80 min.|
Director: Jim Wynorski
Cast: Loni Anderson, Dom DeLuise, Andrew Stevens, Arte Johnson, Jaime McEnnan, Scott Ferguson, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Toni Naples, Monique Gabrielle, Ace Mask, Angus Scrimm, Jay Richardson
This is a sequel, of sorts, to Roger Corman's "Munchies" (1987), but there is only one Munchie (voice of Dom DeLuise) left, and he is child-friendly. Young Gage Dobson (Jaime McEnnan) finds a crate in an abandoned mine, and the crate contains Munchie. With the power to grant wishes, Munchie takes care of Gage's problems–such as dealing with bullies and low grades.
|1. And God Created Woman (1988)|
2. Convicted (1986)
3. Munchie (1992)
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