|All of Me 1984 PG-13, 93 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Fantasy / Romance
Director: Carl Reiner
Cast: Steve Martin, Lily Tomlin, Victoria Tennant, Richard Libertini, Jason Bernard, Madolyn Smith Osborne, Dana Elcar, Eric Christmas, Gailard Sartain, Neva Patterson, Peggy Feury, Nan Martin, Michael Ensign, Basil Hoffman, Hedley Mattingly
This is one of those out-of-the-body comedies in which a lawyer (Steve Martin) must share half of his body with filthy rich, bad-tempered female client Edwina Cutwater (Lily Tomlin) who had planned to inhabit the body of a young beautiful woman, Terry Hoskins (Victoria Tennant). All sorts of funny situations occur as the two sides fight, especially in the bathroom.
|Best Seller 1987 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Thriller
Director: John Flynn
Cast: James Woods, Brian Dennehy, Victoria Tennant, Allison Balson, Paul Shenar, George Coe, Anne Pitoniak, Mary Carver, Sully Boyar, Kathleen Lloyd, Charles Tyner, E. Brian Dean, Jeffrey Josephson, Edward Blackoff, Branscombe Richmond
A popular author/cop, Dennis Meechum (Brian Dennehy), forms a strange bond with a hit man, Cleve (James Woods), who wants him to write his biography. As they travel around to get statements and evidence, they encounter forces that try to prevent the story from being told.
|Dempsey 1983 TV, 105 min.|
Director: Gus Trikonis
Cast: Treat Williams, Sam Waterston, Victoria Tennant, Sally Kellerman, Peter Mark Richman, Jesse Vint, Robert Harper, John McLiam, Bonnie Bartlett, John Lehne, Michael McManus, Mark L. Taylor
This made-for-TV biography of boxing great Jack Dempsey–the "Manassa Mauler"–stars Treat Williams as Dempsey. The story covers his life from the early teens, through his reign as heavyweight champion, and the trials of his private life as he went through five wives.
|Flowers in the Attic 1987 PG-13, 95 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Horror / Thriller
Director: Jeffrey Bloom
Cast: Louise Fletcher, Victoria Tennant, Kristy Swanson, Jeb Stuart Adams, Ben Ryan Granger, Lindsay Parker, Marshall Colt, Nathan Davis, Brooke Fries, Alex Koba, Leonard Mann, Bruce Neckels, Gus Peters, Clare Peck, Virginia C. Andrews
This V.C. Andrews story is about four children–Cathy (Kristy Swanson), Chris (Jeb Stuart Adams), Cory (Ben Ryan Granger), and Carrie (Lindsay Parker)–who are locked in the attic of their grandmother Olivia's (Louise Fletcher) home, and their grandfather (Nathan Davis) has no idea that they exist. While the children try to survive their fate, there is a family secret involving incest, and therein lies the mystery.
|The Handmaid's Tale 1990 R, 109 min.|
Genre: Drama / Sci-Fi
Director: Volker Schlondorff
Cast: Natasha Richardson, Robert Duvall, Faye Dunaway, Aidan Quinn, Elizabeth McGovern, Victoria Tennant, Blanche Baker, David Dukes, Traci Lind, Zoey Wilson, Kathryn Doby, Reiner Schone, Lucia Hartpeng, Karma Ibsen Riley, Lucile McIntyre
Based on Margaret Atwood's novel, this is a morality tale about the future in America when ecological disasters have left most of the women infertile. Those who are still fertile are kept in camps and are the "handmaidens" to the men who make up the wealthy, powerful elite. Kate (Natasha Richardson) is a handmaid who is forced to lie between infertile Serena Joy (Faye Dunaway) and her husband, the Commander (Robert Duvall), while he impregnates her. Following the ceremony, Serena Joy is angry, the Commander is unfulfilled, and Kate dreams of freedom for herself and her unborn child.
|The Holcroft Covenant 1985 R, 112 min.|
Director: John Frankenheimer
Cast: Michael Caine, Anthony Andrews, Victoria Tennant, Lilli Palmer, Mario Adorf, Michael Lonsdale, Bernard Hepton, Richard Munch, Carl Rigg, Andre Penvern, Shane Rimmer, Andy Bradford
Based on Robert Ludlum's novel, this story revolves around the efforts of Noel (Michael Caine) to find the fortune willed by his German General father to make war reparations. The plot contains so many twists and turns that it is difficult to separate the good guys from the bad.
|Inseminoid 1981 R, 90 min.|
aka: Horror Planet
Director: Norman J. Warren
Cast: Judy Geeson, Robin Clarke, Jennifer Ashley, Stephanie Beacham, Steven Grives, Barrie Houghton, Rosalind Lloyd, Victoria Tennant, Trevor Thomas, Heather Wright
A research team is investigating a remote planet when one member, Sandy (Judy Geeson), is attacked and impregnated by a gross monster. She immediately gains super strength and a mad craving for blood to feed her two developing monsters. Thus, the crew members are dealt with one-by-one until she gives birth. The rescue shuttle arrives and finds no one left except the monsters–that wreak havoc on the trip home. Real trash, but an "ugly" bit of fun in this "Alien" rip-off.
|L.A. Story 1991 PG-13, 95 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Romance
Director: Mick Jackson
Cast: Steve Martin, Victoria Tennant, Richard E. Grant, Marilu Henner, Sarah Jessica Parker, Patrick Stewart, Kevin Pollak, Iman, Sam McMurray, Frances Fisher, Gail Grate, Eddie De Harp, M.C. Shan, Francis Fisher, Iman
Los Angeles TV weatherman Harris K. Telemacher (Steve Martin) is bored with his career and his girlfriend, Trudi (Marilu Henner). Harris is fired from his job and then learns that Trudi is having an affair with another man. While trying to overcome his problems, Harris spots an L.A. freeway sign that gives him a message that will change his life. While following the message's advice, Harris falls in love with British reporter Sara McDowell (Victoria Tennant), and his life is now on an upward spiral.
|Legend of the Mummy 1998 R, 96 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
aka: Bram Stoker's The Mummy
Bram Stoker's Legend of the Mummy
Director: Jeffrey Obrow
Cast: Louis Gossett Jr., Amy Locane, Eric Lutes, Mark Lindsay Chapman, Lloyd Bochner, Richard Karn, Mary Jo Catlett, Aubrey Morris, Victoria Tennant, Julian Stone, Laura Otis, Portia Doubleday, Rachel Naples, Donald Monet, Kelly Perine
Loosely based on Bram Stoker's novel "Jewel of the Seven Stars," this story is set in modern-day San Francisco. Margaret Trelawny (Amy Locane) calls her former boyfriend Robert Wyatt (Eric Lutes) to her father's (Lloyd Bochner) mansion where he is lying in a coma. One-by-one, others in the mansion die. Then, Corbeck (Louis Gossett Jr.) arrives on the scene and knows immediately that the mummy of Egyptian Queen Kara, whose tomb Margaret's father had disturbed years ago, is trying to reincarnate through her victims. But, will Corbeck be able to stop the mummy?
|The Plague 1992 N/R, 115 min.|
Director: Luis Puenzo
Cast: William Hurt, Sandrine Bonnaire, Jean-Marc Barr, Robert Duvall, Raul Julia, Victoria Tennant, Lautaro Murua, China Zorrilla, Atilio Veronelli, Francisco Cocuzza
This is the film adaptation of Albert Camus's existential story "The Plague" and concerns Dr. Bernard Rieux (William Hurt) who dedicates himself to saving his fellow citizens dying from an epidemic of the plague.
|Sphinx 1981 PG, 117 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Franklin J. Schaffner
Cast: Lesley-Anne Down, Frank Langella, Maurice Ronet, John Gielgud, Martin Benson, John Rhys-Davies, James Cossins, Victoria Tennant, Saeed Jaffrey, Tutte Lemkow, Vic Tablian, Nadim Sawalha, Eileen Way, William Hootkins, Mark Kingston
This is a story about an Egyptologist, Erica Baron (Lesley-Anne Down), who witnesses a murder, escapes her own death, and is thrown into a dungeon, which just happens to be filled with ancient treasures.
|Strangers Kiss 1983 R, 93 min.|
Director: Matthew Chapman
Cast: Peter Coyote, Victoria Tennant, Blaine Novak, Dan Shor, Richard Romanus, Linda Kerridge, Carlos Palomino, Vincent Palmieri, Jay Rasumny, Sloan Roberts, Joe Nipote, Larry Dilg, Leo Impellizzeri, Jeanette Joseph, Cecil Hill
Set in 1950s Hollywood, this love story involves two actors–portrayed by Blaine Novak and Victoria Tennant–whose director encourages them to continue their on-screen affair in their personal lives as well.
|1. All of Me (1984)|
2. Best Seller (1987)
3. Dempsey (1983)
4. Flowers in the Attic (1987)
5. The Handmaid's Tale (1990)
6. The Holcroft Covenant (1985)
7. Inseminoid (1981)
aka: Horror Planet
8. L.A. Story (1991)
9. Legend of the Mummy (1998)
aka: Bram Stoker's The Mummy
aka: Bram Stoker's Legend of the Mummy
10. The Plague (1992)
11. Sphinx (1981)
12. Strangers Kiss (1983)
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