|Arthur 1981 PG, 97 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Steve Gordon
Cast: Dudley Moore, Liza Minnelli, Stephen Elliott, John Gielgud, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Jill Eikenberry, Ted Ross, Barney Martin, Paul Gleason, Anne DeSalvo, Stephen Elliott, Thomas Barbour, Marjorie Barnes, Maurice Copeland, Justine Johnston
Billionaire alcoholic Arthur Bach (Dudley Moore) falls in love with a poor waitress, Linda Marolla (Liza Minnelli), with a heart of gold and stands to lose a fortune for not marrying the girl his family has planned for him. The best part of this film, however, is John Gielgud's Oscar-winning performance as Arthur's long-suffering valet. An Oscar was also awarded for Best Song: "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)." Dudley Moore was nominated for Best Actor.
|Between the Lines 1977 R, 101 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Joan Micklin Silver
Cast: John Heard, Lindsay Crouse, Jeff Goldblum, Jill Eikenberry, Bruno Kirby, Gwen Welles, Stephen Collins, Lewis J. Stadlen, Michael J. Pollard, Lane Smith, Joe Morton, Richard Cox, Marilu Henner, Raymond J. Barry, Jon Korkes
A publishing tycoon has his eye on a successful underground newspaper in Boston, but if he succeeds in purchasing the paper, the move will have no small impact on the newspaper's staff.
|Butch and Sundance: The Early Days 1979 PG, 110 min.|
Director: Richard Lester
Cast: William Katt, Tom Berenger, Brian Dennehy, Jill Eikenberry, Jeff Corey, Peter Weller, Noble Willingham, Arthur Hill, Paul Plunkett, Patrick Stewart, John Schuck, Michael C. Gwynne, Christopher Lloyd, Hugh Gillin, Regina Baff
This prequel to the Oscar-winning "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" tells the story of the beginnings of the famous pair of soft-hearted outlaws who have problems carrying out their exploits. Tom Berenger plays Butch Cassidy and William Katt takes on the role of the Sundance Kid.
|Hide in Plain Sight 1980 PG, 98 min.|
Director: James Caan
Cast: James Caan, Jill Eikenberry, Robert Viharo, Joe Grifasi, Barbra Rae, Kenneth McMillan, Danny Aiello, David Margulies, Josef Sommer, David Clennon
The Witness Relocation Program has hidden a factory worker's (James Caan) ex-wife, his children, and her new husband. This is the true story of one man's fight against the political system.
|L.A. Law: The Movie 2002 TV, 120 min.|
Director: Michael Schultz
Cast: Corbin Bernsen, Susan Dey, Larry Drake, Richard Dysart, Iris Paluly, Jill Eikenberry, Dann Florek, Michele Greene, Harry Hamlin, Alan Rachins, Michael Tucker, Bruce Davison
Eight years after the popular TV series ended, much of the cast is reunited in this made-for-TV film. Some new employees join the former ones in dealing with cases handled by the law firm.
|The Manhattan Project 1986 PG-13, 117 min.|
Director: Marshall Brickman
Cast: John Lithgow, Christopher Collet, Cynthia Nixon, Jill Eikenberry, Gregg Edelman, Robert Sean Leonard, Sully Boyar, John Mahoney, Richard Council, Robert Schenkkan
In order to take a stand on their concerns about a neighboring nuclear plant, two teenagers (Christopher Collet and Cynthia Nixon) steal plutonium and set out to produce their own atomic bomb.
|Manna from Heaven 2001 PG, 119 min.|
Director: Gabrielle Burton, Maria Burton
Cast: Ursula Burton, Seymour Cassel, Shelley Duvall, Jill Eikenberry, Louise Fletcher, Frank Gorshin, Shirley Jones, Cloris Leachman, Austin Pendleton, Faye Grant, Hallee Hirsh
One day, 40 years ago, in Buffalo, New York, neighbors watched as $20 bills–$19,820 of them–fell from the sky. Ten-year-old Theresa (Hallee Hirsh) convinced family and friends that the money was a gift from God; the cash was divided, and all went their separate ways. Now, in 2000, Theresa (Ursula Burton) is a nun and tells her past neighbors and family that the gift was a loan from God that must be repaid. No one has the money, but they all work together to raise the funds and, in the process, learn about love and redemption.
|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.
|Something Borrowed 2011 PG-13, 103 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Luke Greenfield
Cast: Ginnifer Goodwin, Kate Hudson, John Krasinski, Colin Egglesfield, Steve Howey, Ashley Williams, Geoff Pierson, Jill Eikenberry, Jonathan Epstein, Leia Thompson, Sarah Baldwin, Mark La Mura, Lindsay Ryan, Kirsten Day, Christopher Peuler
Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin) is a successful New York attorney, but problems rise to the fore when she has one drink too many and ends up in bed with Dex (Colin Egglesfield) who happens to be engaged to Rachel's life-long friend Darcy (Kate Hudson). They decide to reveal their actions during a weekend together with their friends at the Hamptons, and friendships are tested to the limit.
|A Stoning in Fulham County 1988 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Larry Elikann
Cast: Ken Olin, Jill Eikenberry, Ron Perlman, Gregg Henry, Theodore Bikel, Nicholas Pryor, Peter Michael Goetz, Noble Willingham, Brad Pitt, Olivia Burnette, Leslie Riley, Jody Smith, Max Tucker, Michael Mattick, Maureen Mueller
In this made-for-TV movie, Amish parents, following the murder of their infant by local teenagers, refuse to help prosecute the case when their religious beliefs clash with the law.
|An Unmarried Woman 1978 R, 124 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Paul Mazursky
Cast: Jill Clayburgh, Alan Bates, Michael Murphy, Lisa Lucas, Cliff Gorman, Patricia(2) Quinn, Kelly Bishop, Andrew Duncan, Raymond J. Barry, Jill Eikenberry, Linda Miller, Daniel Seltzer, Matthew Arkin, Penelope Russianoff, Novella Nelson
Erica (Jill Clayburgh) works to find new meaning and purpose in her life after her husband, Martin (Michael Murphy), walks out on her and their daughter Patti (Lisa Lucas) after 17 years of marriage. First, Erica begins to take control of her life by bonding with her group of women friends and seeking therapy. Then, she begins life anew through her job at an art gallery and a romantic relationship with an understanding artist, Saul (Alan Bates). The film received Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, Actress (Clayburgh), and Screenplay.
|1. Arthur (1981)|
2. Between the Lines (1977)
3. Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (1979)
4. Hide in Plain Sight (1980)
5. L.A. Law: The Movie (2002)
6. The Manhattan Project (1986)
7. Manna from Heaven (2001)
8. Rich Kids (1979)
9. Something Borrowed (2011)
10. A Stoning in Fulham County (1988)
11. An Unmarried Woman (1978)
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