|Age of Consent 1969 R, 103 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Michael Powell
Cast: James Mason, Helen Mirren, Jack MacGowran, Neva Carr-Glyn, Peggy Cass, Frank Thring, Andonia Katsaros, Michael Boddy, Harold Hopkins, Frank Thring, Slim DeGrey, Clarissa Kaye-Mason, Judith McGrath, Lenore Caton, Diane Strachan
This offbeat film has painter Bradley Morahan (James Mason) returning to Australia and moving onto an island on the Great Barrier Reef. He upsets the citizens when he uses a very young Cora (Helen Mirren), who also lives on the island, as his nude model. Cora's grandmother (Neva Carr-Glyn) steals the money Cora earned while posing nude, and, when Cora chases her up a cliff, the grandmother falls to her death. After police detectives rule the death accidental, Bradley and Cora settle into a cabin together.
|Auntie Mame 1958 N/R, 143 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Morton DaCosta
Cast: Rosalind Russell, Forrest Tucker, Coral Browne, Fred Clark, Roger Smith, Jan Handzlik, Patric Knowles, Peggy Cass, Joanna Barnes, Willard Waterman, Pippa Scott, Lee Patrick, Robin Hughes, Connie Gilchrist, Yuki Shimoda
Mame Dennis (Rosalind Russell) takes over the guardianship of her orphaned nephew, Patrick (Jan Handzlik as the boy/Roger Smith as the adult). It is love at first sight when Mame introduces Patrick to her madcap world of N.Y.C. sophistication in the Jazz Age. Academy Award nominations include Best Picture, Actress (Russell), and Supporting Actress (Peggy Cass).
|If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium 1969 G, 100 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Adventure / Romance
Director: Mel Stuart
Cast: Suzanne Pleshette, Ian McShane, Mildred Natwick, Murray Hamilton, Sandy Baron, Michael Constantine, Norman Fell, Peggy Cass, Marty Ingels, John Cassavetes, Pamela Britton, Reva Rose, Aubrey Morris, Joan Collins, Ben Gazzara
Led by their tour guide Charlie (Ian McShane), American tourists embark on an 18-day vacation in Europe during which time they visit many cities and countries on the whirlwind tour. While busy leading them to many landmarks, Charlie still has time to fall in love with one of his tourists, Samantha (Suzanne Pleshette). But, the romance ends as quickly as it started when Samantha decides that Charlie is too immature for her taste. Meanwhile, others in the tour group have theirown emotional ups and downs as they GO, GO, GO.
|The Marrying Kind 1952 N/R, 93 min.|
Director: George Cukor
Cast: Judy Holliday, Aldo Ray, Madge Kennedy, Sheila Bond, John Alexander, Peggy Cass, Mickey Shaughnessy, Charles Bronson, Griff Barnett, Joan Shawlee
While in the throes of divorce, Florence and Chet Keefer (Judy Holliday and Aldo Ray) relate the ups and downs of their story (through flashbacks) to the judge (Madge Kennedy). Their memories eventually lead to a reconciliation.
|Zoya 1995 TV, 170 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Zoya'
Director: Richard A. Colla
Cast: Melissa Gilbert, Bruce Boxleitner, Denise Alexander, Don Henderson, Zane Carney, Taryn Davis, David Warner, Diana Rigg, Peggy Cass, Jane How, Richard Durden, Samuel West
Countess Zoya Ossipov (Melissa Gilbert) flees the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution in Russia after her parents are executed and travels to Paris where she meets and marries American Army officer Clayton Andrews (Bruce Boxleitner). They move to New York, and Zoya gives birth to their two children, Sasha (Taryn Davis) and Nicholas (Zane Carney). All is going well, until tragedy strikes, and Clayton dies. Now, Zoya is left alone to support the children and, after more problems, gains wisdom and survives. Based on Danielle Steele's novel.
|1. Age of Consent (1969)|
2. Auntie Mame (1958)
3. Gidget Goes Hawaiian (1961)
4. If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium (1969)
5. The Marrying Kind (1952)
6. Zoya (1995)
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Zoya'
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