|Born to Be Sold 1981 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Burt Brinckerhoff
Cast: Lynda Carter, Harold Gould, Dean Stockwell, Sharon Farrell, Philip Sterling, Lloyd Haynes, Ed Nelson, Joy Garrett, Bernard Behrens, Rita Taggart, Donna Wilkes, Claire Malis, Mae E. Campbell, Joyce Temple-Harris, Gordon Haight
The underworld practice of selling babies is the subject of this made-for-TV thriller starring Linda Carter in the role of social worker Kate Carlin who tries to crack down on the world of black market babies.
|Can't Buy Me Love 1987 PG-13, 94 min.|
Director: Steve Rash
Cast: Patrick Dempsey, Amanda Peterson, Courtney Gains, Tina Caspary, Seth Green, Sharon Farrell, Darcy DeMoss, Dennis Dugan, Max Perlich, Steve Franken
A nerd is transformed into a popular "stud" and learns that he prefers his life as a "nerd". Not many laughs in this very forgettable movie.
|It's Alive 1974 PG, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Larry Cohen
Cast: John P. Ryan, Sharon Farrell, Andrew Duggan, Guy Stockwell, James Dixon, Michael Ansara, William Wellman Jr., Shamus Locke, Daniel Holzman, Robert Emhardt, Mary Nancy Burnett, Diana Hale
Frank and Lenore Davies (John P. Ryan and Sharon Farrell) get a terrible surprise when Lenore gives birth to a mutated baby who needs to drink human blood for survival. The baby tears the doctor to pieces, escapes from the hospital, and destroys everything in its path. Frank joins the police manhunt searching for his murdering infant, but at a crucial moment he has a change of heart and tries to defend his baby.
|The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang 1979 TV, 145 min.|
Director: Dan Curtis
Cast: Cliff Potts, Randy Quaid, Larry Wilcox, Don Collier, Sharon Farrell, Matt Clark, Royal Dano, Julie Hill, John Karlen, Bo Hopkins, Mills Watson, Jack Palance
This made-for-TV film provides the wild semi-biographical account of the Dalton brothers as they form their gang and proceed to become train robbers, bank robbers, and horse thieves. It all leads up to their final robbery: the raid on Coffeyville, Kansas. Plenty of cameo appearances.
|Lone Wolf McQuade 1983 PG, 107 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Steve Carver
Cast: Chuck Norris, David Carradine, Barbara Carrera, Leon Isaac Kennedy, Robert Beltran, L.Q. Jones, R.G. Armstrong, Dana Kimmell, Sharon Farrell, William Sanderson, Daniel Frishman, John Anderson, Robert Arenas, Tommy Ballard, Oscar Hidalgo
Texas Ranger J.J. "Lone Wolf" McQuade (Chuck Norris) heads for Mexico after weapons dealer Rawley Wilkes (David Carradine) kidnaps his partner and daughter. Although he prefers to work alone, McQuade gets help from rookie cop Kayo (Robert Beltran) and FBI agent Jackson (Leon Isaac Kennedy), and they fight the Mexican Mafia in a bloody battle while coming to the rescue.
|A Lovely Way to Die 1968 N/R, 103 min.|
Director: David Lowell Rich
Cast: Kirk Douglas, Eli Wallach, Sylva Koscina, Kenneth Haigh, Sharon Farrell, Gordon Peter, Martyn Green, Ali MacGraw, Ruth White, Dolph Sweet
The district attorney (Eli Wallach) assigns a detective (Kirk Douglas) the duty of protecting a woman (Sylva Koscina) who has been accused of murder. While guarding her life, the detective becomes attached to the woman and determines to clear her name. Be sure to catch Ali MacGraw in her movie debut via a small role as Melody.
|Marlowe 1969 PG, 96 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama
Director: Paul Bogart
Cast: James Garner, Gayle Hunnicutt, Carroll O'Connor, Rita Moreno, Sharon Farrell, William Daniels, Jackie Coogan, Kenneth Tobey, Bruce Lee, H.M. Wynant, Christopher Cary, George Tyne, Corinne Camacho, Paul Stevens, Roger Newman
James Garner is very believable in the role of Los Angeles Detective Philip Marlowe in this update of Ray Chandler's "The Little Sister." The "sister," Orfamay Quest (Sharon Farrell), hires Marlowe to find her missing brother. Philip follows two leads, but both end up with victims who have been killed with ice picks. The plot thickens, and there's lots of fun before the case is solved.
|Night of the Comet 1984 PG-13, 95 min.|
Director: Thom Eberhardt
Cast: Robert Beltran, Catherine Mary Stewart, Kelli Maroney, Sharon Farrell, Mary Woronov, Geoffrey Lewis, John Achorn, Michael Bowen, Devon Ericson, Peter Fox
A comet wipes out most of the Southern California population–leaving two sisters, Regina (Catherine Mary Stewart) and Samantha (Kelli Maroney), among the few survivors. Now they are faced with yet another danger: many unfortunate souls have been turned into flesh-eating zombies that are displacing the few remaining people.
|Out of the Blue 1980 R, 94 min.|
aka: No Looking Back
Director: Dennis Hopper
Cast: Linda Manz, Sharon Farrell, Dennis Hopper, Raymond Burr, Don Gordon, David L. Crowley, Joan Hoffman, Eric Allen, Fiona Brody, Carl Nelson
A dysfunctional family's problems lead to a tragic ending when the father (Dennis Hopper) returns. Contains Elvis songs.
|The Premonition 1976 PG, 94 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Robert Allen Schnitzer
Cast: Sharon Farrell, Richard Lynch, Jeff Corey, Ellen Barber, Edward Bell, Danielle Brisebois, Margaret Graham, Rosemary McNamara, Thomas Williams, Roy White, Chitra Neogy
Five-year-old Jamie (Danielle Brisebois) is afraid that her mother, Andrea (Ellen Barber), is going to take her away from her foster mother, Sheri (Sharon Farrell). Jamie is right; Andrea and carnival clown Jude (Richard Lynch) have plans to kidnap Jamie, but Sheri will not be sitting idly by.
|Rage 1980 TV, 100 min.|
Director: William A. Graham
Cast: David Soul, James Whitmore, Yaphet Kotto, Caroline McWilliams, Vic Tayback, Sharon Farrell, Craig T. Nelson, Robert Davi, Darleen Carr, Jonathan Banks, Tom Noonan, Randy Brooks, Gary Walberg, John Durren, James Gammon
This is an insightful look at therapy provided for rapists and the odds about them repeating their crimes.
|The Reivers 1969 N/R, 107 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Mark Rydell
Cast: Steve McQueen, Will Geer, Sharon Farrell, Rupert Crosse, Mitch Vogel, Michael Constantine, Lonny Chapman, Juano Hernandez, Clifton James, Dub Taylor, Ruth White, Diane Shalet, Pat Randall, Diane Ladd, Ellen Geer
Set in 1905, this good film adaptation of William Faulkner's story is about young Lucius (Mitch Vogel) who joins Boon (Steve McQueen) and Ned (Rupert Crosse) on an adventure from rural Mississippi to the big city of Memphis. Their vehicle for transportation is the stolen car of Lucius' grandfather (Will Geer). Crosse received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
|The Stunt Man 1980 R, 129 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action / Drama
Director: Richard Rush
Cast: Peter O'Toole, Steve Railsback, Barbara Hershey, Allen Garfield, Alex Rocco, Sharon Farrell, Adam Roarke, Philip Bruns, John Pearce, Dee Carroll, George Wallace, Michael Railsback, Jim Hess, John Garwood, Charles Bail
Cameron (Steve Railsback) is a fugitive who stumbles onto a movie set at a beach resort and pretends to be a stunt man in order to avoid detection. Academy Award nominations were received for Best Actor (Peter O'Toole) and Director.
|1. Born to Be Sold (1981)|
2. Can't Buy Me Love (1987)
3. It's Alive (1974)
4. The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang (1979)
5. Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)
6. A Lovely Way to Die (1968)
7. Marlowe (1969)
8. Night of the Comet (1984)
9. Out of the Blue (1980)
aka: No Looking Back
10. The Premonition (1976)
11. Rage (1980)
12. The Reivers (1969)
13. The Stunt Man (1980)
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