|Bad News Bears 1976 PG, 102 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Family / Drama
Director: Michael Ritchie
Cast: Walter Matthau, Tatum O'Neal, Vic Morrow, Joyce Van Patten, Ben Piazza, Jackie Earle Haley, Alfred Lutter III, Brandon Cruz, Shari Summers, Joe(2) Brooks, Chris Barnes, Erin Blunt, Gary Lee Cavagnaro, Jaime Escobedo, Scott Firestone
Little League baseball coach Morris Buttermaker (Walter Matthau) is determined to train a bunch of unruly kids into a winning unit. This movie is very funny as the ludicrous, beer-guzzling Buttermaker employs a special tactic–Amanda (Tatum O'Neal)–as the catalyst to make winners out of his foul-mouthed players. Followed by two sequels and remade in 2005.
|Basquiat 1996 R, 108 min.|
Director: Julian Schnabel
Cast: Jeffrey Wright, Michael Wincott, Benicio Del Toro, Claire Forlani, David Bowie, Dennis Hopper, Gary Oldman, Christopher Walken, Willem Dafoe, Parker Posey, Jean-Claude La Marre, Elina Lowensohn, Paul Bartel, Courtney Love, Tatum O'Neal
This is the biography of the young American painter Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright) who began as a graffiti artist and soared to fame in the 1980s (due, in part, to the sponsorship of Andy Warhol) and was dead from a heroin overdose at the age of 28.
|International Velvet 1978 PG, 127 min.|
Director: Bryan Forbes
Cast: Tatum O'Neal, Christopher Plummer, Anthony Hopkins, Nanette Newman, Peter Barkworth, Dinsdale Landen, Sarah Bullen, Jeffrey Byron
In this sequel to "National Velvet," Tatum O'Neal plays Velvet's orphaned niece, Sarah Brown. Sarah, like her Aunt Velvet (Nanette Newman) before her, enters the Olympics and takes home the gold medal for her equestrian event.
|Little Darlings 1980 R, 95 min.|
Director: Ronald F. Maxwell
Cast: Tatum O'Neal, Kristy McNichol, Armand Assante, Matt Dillon, Margaret Blye, Nicolas Coster, Cynthia Nixon, Krista Errickson, Alexa Kenin
Two 15-year-old girls, Angel (Kristy McNichol) and Ferris (Tatum O'Neal), attend summer camp, and vie with each other to see who will lose her virginity first.
|Nickelodeon 1976 PG, 121 min.|
Director: Peter Bogdanovich
Cast: Ryan O'Neal, Burt Reynolds, Tatum O'Neal, Brian Keith, Stella Stevens, John Ritter, Harry Carey Jr., James Best, George Gaynes, M. Emmet Walsh, Jane Hitchcock, Jack Perkins, Brion James, Sidney Armus, Joe Warfield
The story begins in 1910 when Leo Harrigan (Ryan O'Neal) is invited to be a Hollywood screen writer. His career spirals, he becomes a director, and he falls for leading lady Kathleen Cooke (Jane Hitchcock). But, Kathleen decides to marry Harrigan's leading man, cowboy actor Buck Greenway (Burt Reynolds). Harrigan and Greenway go their separate ways but are reunited by story's end.
|Paper Moon 1973 PG, 102 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Peter Bogdanovich
Cast: Ryan O'Neal, Tatum O'Neal, Madeline Kahn, John Hillerman, P.J. Johnson, Noble Willingham, Randy Quaid, Burton Gilliam, Jessie Lee Fulton, James N. Harrell, Lila Water, Liz Ross, Bob Young, Jack Saunders, Jody Wilber
Orphaned ten-year-old Addie Loggins (Tatum O'Neal) is cared for by Bible salesman, con artist Moses Pray (Ryan O'Neal) while he is taking her to relatives in St. Joseph, Missouri. Along the way, Addie becomes adept at selling Bibles, and Moses is thrilled that Addie is turning into a great con artist as well. In fact, Addie likes working as a team with Moses and even breaks up his romance with Trixie Delight (Madeline Kahn) in order to assure herself a place in Moses' life. The question soon becomes, "Who can out-con the other?" Ryan's daughter Tatum is definitely a chip off the old block, and she won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. Madeline Kahn was also nominated for Supporting Actress.
|The Scoundrel's Wife 2002 R, 99 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Glen Pitre
Cast: Tatum O'Neal, Julian Sands, Tim Curry, Lacey Chabert, Patrick McCullough, Eion Bailey, Rudolf Martin, Lance Spellerberg, Michael Arata, John McConnell, Lorna Farrar, Kurt Gerard, David P. Kufner
Rumored to have been involved in her late-husband's criminal activities, widow Camille (Tatum O'Neal) struggles to raise her teenage children in a fishing village on the Louisiana coast during World War II. Now suspected of spying for the Axis Powers, she doesn't help her cause when she falls in love with an exiled German doctor (Julian Sands).
|Oscar: Best Supporting Actress for Paper Moon (1973)|
1. Bad News Bears (1976)
2. Basquiat (1996)
3. Certain Fury (1985)
4. International Velvet (1978)
5. Little Darlings (1980)
6. Nickelodeon (1976)
7. Paper Moon (1973)
8. The Scoundrel's Wife (2002)
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