|The Happy Hooker 1975 R, 96 min.|
Director: Nicholas Soarro
Cast: Lynn Redgrave, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Elizabeth Wilson, Tom Poston, Lovelady Powell, Nicholas Pryor, Conrad Janis, George Dzundza, Vincent Schiavelli, Mason Adams
This film, based on Xaviera Hollander's autobiography, tells the story of a prostitute (Lynn Redgrave) who improves her lot in life and becomes one of New York's leading madams.
|I Never Sang for My Father 1970 PG, 93 min.|
Director: Gilbert Cates
Cast: Melvyn Douglas, Dorothy Stickney, Gene Hackman, Estelle Parsons, Elizabeth Hubbard, Lovelady Powell, Daniel Keyes, Conrad Bain, James Karen
Gene Garrison (Gene Hackman) must put his own life on hold while taking care of his elderly father (Melvyn Douglas). When Gene's sister Alice (Estelle Parsons) tells him he should get on with his life, he begins to realize the situation's hopelessness and finally feels free to find happiness. Both Douglas and Hackman received Oscar nominations.
|The Possession of Joel Delancy 1972 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Drama / Horror / Thriller
Director: Waris Hussein
Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Michael Hordern, Edmundo Rivera Alvarez, Perry King, Robert Burr, Miriam Colon, David Elliott, Lisa Kohane, Lovelady Powell, Barbara Trentham, Teodorina Bello, Ernesto Gonzalez, Aukie Herger, Earle Hyman, Marita Lindholm
Joel Delancy (Perry King) is arrested for attacking his apartment custodian and sent to the Bellevue psych ward. When Joel is released, he is sent to see psychiatrist Erika (Lovelady Powell) who thinks that drugs were involved in Joel's actions, but when Joel's girlfriend Carrie (Lisa Kohane) is found murdered, his sister, Nora (Shirley MacLaine), uncovers the fact that Joel's Santeria religion is playing a role and believes that he is possessed by spirits. Joel is murdered, and Nora takes him into her arms–not realizing that her body is now destined to be taken over by Joel's spirits.
|1. The Happy Hooker (1975)|
2. I Never Sang for My Father (1970)
3. The Possession of Joel Delancy (1972)
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