|Author! Author! 1982 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Arthur Hiller
Cast: Al Pacino, Dyan Cannon, Tuesday Weld, Alan King, Bob Dishy, Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Eric Gurry, Andre Gregory, Benjamin H. Carlin, Ari Meyers, B.J. Barie, Elva Josephson, Ken Sylk, James Tolkan
After his wife Gloria (Tuesday Weld) leaves him, playwright Ivan Travalian (Al Pacino) tries to prepare for his next play while tending to the five children who Gloria left in his care. But, he still finds time for a love affair with the play's leading lady, Alice Detroit (Dyan Cannon).
|Bachelor Flat 1962 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Frank Tashlin
Cast: Tuesday Weld, Richard Beymer, Terry-Thomas, Celeste Holm, Francesca Bellini, Howard McNear, Ann Del Guercio, Roxanne Arlen, Alice Reinheart, Stephen Bekassy, George Bruggeman, Stephen Bekassy, Jerry Fujikawa, Stephen Chase, Margo Moore
Archeology professor Bruce's (Terry-Thomas) female students are continually after him, but he is engaged to Helen (Celeste Holm), who is away in Paris. He is staying at Helen's apartment, and when Helen's teenage daughter, Libby (Tuesday Weld), arrives to stay at her mother's place, Bruce thinks she is just another student chasing him (he doesn't know that Helen has a daughter). A so-so comedy.
|Chelsea Walls 2001 R, 109 min.|
Director: Ethan Hawke
Cast: Rosario Dawson, Vincent D'Onofrio, Kris Kristofferson, Robert Sean Leonard, Natasha Richardson, Uma Thurman, Mark Webber, Steve Zahn, Tuesday Weld, Kevin Corrigan
During one single day in NYC at the Chelsea Hotel, 30-some residents–would-be artists, musicians, and writers–play out their own stories as part of the big picture behind the hotel that has housed the likes of Mark Twain, Sarah Bernhardt, and Bob Dylan.
|The Cincinnati Kid 1965 N/R, 102 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Norman Jewison
Cast: Steve McQueen, Edward G. Robinson, Ann - Margret, Karl Malden, Tuesday Weld, Joan Blondell, Rip Torn, Cab Calloway, Jeff Corey, Jack Weston, Theodore Marcuse, Milton Selzer, Karl Swenson, Emile Genest, Ron Soble
The Cincinnati Kid (Steve McQueen) is a top-notch poker player who is determined to challenge the titleholder, The Man (Edward G. Robinson), and take over as "King" of Stud Poker. The Shooter (Karl Malden) arranges the game, and he is the dealer. When Slade (Rip Torn) tries to fix the match, problems multiply in their marathon card game.
|Falling Down 1993 R, 112 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Joel Schumacher
Cast: Michael Douglas, Robert Duvall, Barbara Hershey, Rachel Ticotin, Tuesday Weld, Frederic Forrest, Lois Smith, Raymond J. Barry, Michael Paul Chan, Macon McCalman, Joey Hope Singer, Ebbe Roe Smith, Kimberly Scott, D.W. Moffett, Steve Park
William 'D-Fens' Foster (Michael Douglas) is laid off from his job and ends up in a traffic jam on his way to his daughter's birthday party. He abandons his car and walks to a convenience store, which he demolishes with a baseball bat because the clerk is less than helpful. Next, 'D-Fens' attacks a gang that unsuccessfully retaliates, and 'D-Fens' steals their guns. Now, it is the mission of Detective Martin Prendergast (Robert Duvall) to hunt down 'D-Fens' and stop the terror that he is wreaking on the streets of Los Angeles.
|Feeling Minnesota 1996 R, 104 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Steven Baigelman
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Vincent D'Onofrio, Cameron Diaz, Delroy Lindo, Dan Aykroyd, Tuesday Weld, Russell Konstans, David Alan Smith, Courtney Love, Drew Desmarais, Aaron Michael Metchik, Bill Shoppert, Steve Ghizoni, Jack Walsh, Buffy Sedlachek
Two brothers, Jjaks (Keanu Reeves) and Sam (Vincent D'Onofrio), scramble for the attention of Sam's wife, Freddie (Cameron Diaz).
|The Five Pennies 1959 N/R, 117 min.|
Director: Melville Shavelson
Cast: Danny Kaye, Barbara Bel Geddes, Louis Armstrong, Bob Crosby, Harry Guardino, Tuesday Weld, Ray Anthony, Bobby Troup, Shelly Manne, Bob Hope, Susan Gordon, Valerie Allen, Ray Daley, Valerie Allen, Blanche Sweet
This sentimental biography of 1920s' coronet player Loring "Red" Nichols (Danny Kaye) features jazz hits of the era. Highlight: Danny Kaye and Louis Armstrong's rendition of "When the Saints Go Marching In."
|Heartbreak Hotel 1988 PG-13, 101 min.|
Director: Chris Columbus
Cast: David Keith, Tuesday Weld, Charlie Schlatter, Angela Goethals, Jacque Lynn Colton, Chris Mulkey, Karen Landry, Dana Barron, John L. Martin, Dennis Letts
To help his alcoholic mother (Tuesday Weld) feel better, a guitar player kidnaps Elvis Presley (David Keith).
|I'll Take Sweden 1965 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Frederick De Cordova
Cast: Bob Hope, Tuesday Weld, Frankie Avalon, Dina Merrill, Jeremy Slate, Walter Sande, Roy Roberts, Rosemarie Frankland, John Qualen, Peter Bourne, Fay DeWitt, Alice Frost, Beverly Powers
Bob Holcomb (Bob Hope) travels to Sweden to break up his daughter's (Tuesday Weld) love affair, and, in the process, he meets and falls in love with Karin (Dina Merrill).
|Looking for Mr. Goodbar 1977 R, 135 min.|
Director: Richard Brooks
Cast: Diane Keaton, Richard Gere, William Atherton, Tuesday Weld, Richard Kiley, LeVar Burton, Tom Berenger, Priscilla Pointer, Alan Feinstein, Brian Dennehy
This film involves a psychological perspective of a repressed young teacher (Diane Keaton) who is drawn to cheap sex and illicit drugs in her attempt at liberation–the result is tragedy. Tuesday Weld received an Oscar nomination for Supporting Actress.
|Lord Love a Duck 1966 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: George Axelrod
Cast: Roddy McDowall, Tuesday Weld, Lola Albright, Martin West, Ruth Gordon, Harvey Korman, Sarah Marshall, Lynn Carey, Max Showalter, Donald Murphy
This film is nearly as weird as its title. Alan (Roddy McDowall) is one extremely bright high-school senior who looks after new arrival Barbara (Tuesday Weld). Madcap humor, much of it black, has made this before-its-time movie a cult favorite.
|Once Upon a Time in America 1984 R, 226 min.|
Director: Sergio Leone
Cast: Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Burt Young, James Woods, Elizabeth McGovern, Treat Williams, Tuesday Weld, Danny Aiello, William Forsythe, Richard Bright
Mid-1900s' Jewish gangsters in New York City is the theme of this movie, which, after a confusing beginning, becomes an effective vehicle for Robert De Niro. The plot finally takes off when a briefcase filled with money is found, and the real story begins. This is the "full" version, which is significantly better than the one originally released which had been chopped to a point that it often didn't make sense.
|Pretty Poison 1968 R, 89 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Noel Black
Cast: Anthony Perkins, Tuesday Weld, Beverly Garland, John Randolph, Dick O'Neill, Clarice Blackburn, Joseph Bova, Ken Kercheval, Don Fellows, Parker Fennelly
Mentally unstable Dennis (Anthony Perkins) has recently been released from prison after having burned down a house–with his aunt in it. He gets a job in a small town and meets perky, high-school student Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld). To impress Sue Ann, he tells her that he is a government agent. Sue Ann, who isn't what she appears to be, teams up with him in order to execute her own agenda. She starts by shooting her mother. Good performance by Tuesday Weld.
|Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! 1958 N/R, 106 min.|
Director: Leo McCarey
Cast: Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Joan Collins, Jack Carson, Tuesday Weld, Dwayne Hickman, Gale Gordon, Murvyn Vye, O.Z. Whitehead, Percy Helton, Tom Gilson, David Hedison, Richard Collier, Tap Canutt, Bess Flowers
Harry and Grace Bannerman (Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward) react negatively to an army missile base construction near their suburban town of Putman's Landing. The townsfolk cannot deal with the annoying Captain Hoxie (Jack Carson), and Harry, who is an Air Force reservist, acts as the liaison between the town and the Army. After Grace and her group dress up as Indians for a 4th of July demonstration against the planned missile site, they learn that the site will bring employment to their town. Harry and Grace embrace, but they accidentally push a lever that launches a missile containing Captain Hoxie, and he goes up in space.
|Return to Peyton Place 1961 N/R, 122 min.|
Director: Jose Ferrer
Cast: Carol Lynley, Jeff Chandler, Eleanor Parker, Mary Astor, Robert Sterling, Luciana Paluzzi, Brett Halsey, Tuesday Weld, Max Showalter, Bob Crane, Gunnar Hellstrom, Joan Banks, Wilton Graff, Kenneth MacDonald, Bess Flowers
This sequel to the original "Peyton Place" pales in comparison as it revolves around reactions to Allison MacKenzie's book, which revealed the secrets of her small town. Peyton Place is heard from again in the made-for-TV movie, "Murder in Peyton Place."
|Rock, Rock, Rock 1956 N/R, 85 min.|
Genre: Musical / Drama
Director: Will Price
Cast: Tuesday Weld, Jacqueline Kerr, Ivy Schulman, Fran Manfred, Jack Collins, Carol Moss, Bert Conway, David Winters, Teddy Randazzo, Chuck Berry, Alan Freed, Frankie Lymon, Jacqueline Kerr, The Flamingos, The Moonglows
After she learns that her father has closed her charge account, young teen Dori Graham (13-year-old Tuesday Weld) is determined to raise enough money to buy a prom dress. The highlight of this film is the prom where Alan Freed hosts, and Chuck Berry, Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, The Moonglows, and LaVern Baker are among the many performers.
|A Safe Place 1971 PG, 94 min.|
Director: Henry Jaglom
Cast: Tuesday Weld, Orson Welles, Jack Nicholson, Phil Proctor, Gwen Welles, Rhonda Alfaro, Fanny Birkenmier, Sylvia Zapp, Dov Lawrence, Barbara Flood, Richard Finnochio, Gwen Welles, Roger Garrett, Jordon Hahn, Francesca Hilton
This surrealistic story is about Susan/Noah (Tuesday Weld) who lives in a fantasy world from which she cannot escape. She moves back and forth between the present day of 1970 New York City and her childhood of the past trying to find a "Safe Place" and to decide between the two men in her life: boring Fred (Phil Proctor) and dynamic Mitch (Jack Nicholson).
|Serial 1980 R, 86 min.|
Director: Bill Persky
Cast: Martin Mull, Tuesday Weld, Jennifer McAllister, Sally Kellerman, Anthony Battaglia, Bill Macy, Nita Talbot, Christopher Lee, Tom Smothers, Barbara Rhoades, Sam Chew Jr., Pamela Bellwood, Ann Weldon, Peter Bonerz, Patch Mackenzie
Open marriages and consciousness-raising mark life at the end of the 1970s' era as Hippies become part of the "me generation." Kate (Tuesday Weld) leaves her husband Harvey (Martin Mull), and they are amusing to watch as they muddle their way through what they consider to be the confusing lifestyle in Marin County, California. Based on Cyra McFadden's novel.
|Soldier in the Rain 1963 N/R, 87 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Ralph Nelson
Cast: Jackie Gleason, Steve McQueen, Tuesday Weld, Tony Bill, Ed Nelson, Adam West, Tom Poston, John Hubbard, Chris Noel, Rockne Tarkington, Lew Gallo, Phil Hartman, Sam Flint, Lewis Charles
This comedy/drama is entertaining as Master Sergeant Maxwell Slaughter (Jackie Gleason) and one of his men, Supply Sergeant Eustace Clay (Steve McQueen), make great plans for hitting it big when they return to civilian life. Blake Edwards provided the screen writing.
|Thief 1981 R, 122 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Michael Mann
Cast: James Caan, Tuesday Weld, Robert Prosky, Willie Nelson, James Belushi, Tom Signorelli, Dennis Farina, Walter Scott, Del Close, Bruce A. Young, Nick Nickeas, W.R. Brown, Norm Tobin, John Satnucci, Gavin MacFadyen
After his release from jail, jewel thief Frank (James Caan) wants to settle down and marry Jessie (Tuesday Weld), but he needs money to support her. Frank plots one last heist with crime boss Leo (Robert Prosky), and with help from his friend Barry (James Belushi), Frank robs a Los Angeles vault. But, he then finds that it is not easy to break away from Leo, and Frank's plans for a future with Jessie are threatened.
|Who'll Stop the Rain? 1978 R, 125 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
aka: Dog Soldiers
Director: Karel Reisz
Cast: Nick Nolte, Tuesday Weld, Michael Moriarty, Anthony Zerbe, Richard Mazur, Ray Sharkey, Gail Strickland, David Opatoshu, Charles Haid, Joaquin Martinez, Timothy Blake, James Cranna, Jean Howell, Shelby Balik, Jose Carlos Ruiz
Based on Robert Stone's award-winning novel "Dog Soldiers," this story begins with Marine Corps combat veteran John Converse (Michael Moriarty) returning to Vietnam as a journalist and deciding to smuggle heroin into the United States. Merchant Marine sailor Ray Hicks (Nick Nolte) delivers the drugs to John's wife Marge (Tuesday Weld) in California, but then thugs–Smitty and Danskin (Ray Sharkey and Richard Mazur)–steal the drugs. It isn't long before Ray and Marge are on the lam–with crooked narcotics agent Antheil (Anthony Zerbe) close behind.
|Wild in the Country 1961 N/R, 112 min.|
Genre: Drama / Musical
Director: Philip Dunne
Cast: Elvis Presley, Hope Lange, Tuesday Weld, Millie Perkins, Rafer Johnson, John Ireland, Gary Lockwood, Jason Robards Sr., William Mims, Raymond Greenleaf, Alan Napier, Christina Crawford, Robin Raymond, Pat Buttram, Harry Shannon
Glenn Talbot (Elvis Presley) is a troubled young man who is encouraged by his psychologist, Irene Sperry (Hope Lange), to achieve his goal of becoming a writer. They work together, and, despite becoming the object of gossip in their town, Glenn's future looks great as he heads off to college. Songs include "In My Way," "Lonely Man," "Wild in the Country," and "I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell."
|1. Author! Author! (1982)|
2. Bachelor Flat (1962)
3. Chelsea Walls (2001)
4. The Cincinnati Kid (1965)
5. Falling Down (1993)
6. Feeling Minnesota (1996)
7. The Five Pennies (1959)
8. Heartbreak Hotel (1988)
9. High Time (1960)
10. I Walk the Line (1970)
11. I'll Take Sweden (1965)
12. Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977)
13. Lord Love a Duck (1966)
14. Once Upon a Time in America (1984)
15. Pretty Poison (1968)
16. Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! (1958)
17. Return to Peyton Place (1961)
18. Rock, Rock, Rock (1956)
19. A Safe Place (1971)
20. Serial (1980)
21. Soldier in the Rain (1963)
22. Thief (1981)
23. Who'll Stop the Rain? (1978)
aka: Dog Soldiers
24. Wild in the Country (1961)
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