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Angie Dickinson

Angie Dickinson

Birthdate: September 30, 1931

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Angie Dickinson (born September 30, 1931) is an American actress. She has appeared in more than fifty films, including Rio Bravo, Ocean's 11, Dressed to Kill and Pay It Forward, and starred on television as Sergeant Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson on the 1970s crime series Police Woman. Description above from the Wikipedia article  Angie Dickinson, licensed under CC-BY-SA, ful... ...detailed bio


The Norliss Tapes (1973)

A newspaper publisher listens to the personal tapes of investigative reporter David Norliss, who has disappeared during an investigation. The tapes tell the story of that investigation, involving a recent widow whose late husband has been seen working in his private studio. As Norliss and the wid...

The Outside Man (1973)

French hitman Lucien Bellon (Jean-Louis Trintignant) has been hired by mobsters to kill Victor (Ted de Corsia), a rival mobster. Bellon goes to Victor's home, in Los Angeles, and shoots him point-blank. Bellon's luggage and passport are stolen. Meanwhile, on television, news accounts of the murd...

Pretty Maids All in a Row (1971)

Pretty Maids All in a Row is an American mystery film that is part dark comedy, part murder mystery. It starred Rock Hudson alongside Angie Dickinson, and was released on April 28, 1971. Roger Vadim directed the film, which Gene Roddenberry produced, having dramatized a novel written by Francis P...

The Love War (1970)

Two warring planets agree to settle their conflict by each sending a trio of soldiers to Earth for a duel to the death. Disguised as human beings, they can only identify each other by using special visors. Kyle (Lloyd Bridges), one of the combatants, befriends and eventually falls in love with Sa...

Sam Whiskey (1969)

The husband of Laura Breckenridge has stolen $200,000 from a Denver mint. To return the money and clear her name, she offers Sam Whiskey a $20,000 reward to recover it. Sam brings along a blacksmith, Jedidiah Hooker, and an inventor, O.W. Bandy, on his quest, trailed by a villain called Fat Henry...

Young Billy Young (1969)

On the trail, Ben Kane, a former Dodge City lawman, comes across Billy Young, who has no horse and was abandoned by partner Jesse Boone soon after the killing of a Mexican general. Kane lets young Billy accompany him to a town in New Mexico where he has a job waiting for him as deputy sheriff. Ka...

The Last Challenge (1967)

A cocky young man from Tennessee, Lot McGuire (Chad Everett), seeks to back up his notion that he's the fastest gun there is. "If a man is second best, he might as well be dead," says McGuire. He travels to a town with the intention of forcing a duel with Marshal Dan Blaine (Ford), who's renowned...

Point Blank (1967)

Walker (Lee Marvin) works together with his friend Mal Reese (John Vernon in his first major role) to steal a large amount of cash from a courier transporting funds for a major gambling operation, with the deserted Alcatraz island as a drop point. Reese then double-crosses Walker by shooting him,...

The Poppy Is Also a Flower (1966)

In an attempt to stem the heroin trade at the Afghanistan–Iran border, a group of narcotics agents working for the United Nations inject a radioactive compound into a seized shipment of opium, in the hopes that it will lead them to the main heroin distributor in Europe.

The Chase (1966)

The Chase is a 1966 American drama film directed by Arthur Penn and starring Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, and Robert Redford, about a series of events set into motion by a prison break. Because one of the two escapees is Charlie "Bubber" Reeves (Redford), wrongly assumed to be responsible for a mur...

Cast a Giant Shadow (1966)

The movie is a fictionalized account of the experiences of a real-life Jewish-American military officer, Colonel David "Mickey" Marcus, who commanded units of the fledgling Israel Defense Forces during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. Marcus, a former Colonel in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the ...

The Art of Love (1965)

The Art of Love may refer to: The Art of Love (Ovid) (Ars Amatoria), a 2 AD poem by Ovid The Art of Love (1965 film), an American comedy starring Dick Van Dyke and James Garner The Art of Love (2011 film), a French comedy by by Emmanuel Mouret The Art of Love (album), a 2007 album by Sandra ...

The Killers (1964)

One morning, hitmen Charlie (Lee Marvin) and Lee (Clu Gulager) enter a school for the blind and terrorize the principal until she reveals the whereabouts of a teacher, Johnny North (John Cassavetes). As the hitmen walk toward North's upstairs classroom, the teacher receives a call warning him of ...

Captain Newman, M.D. (1963)

Captain Josiah Newman runs the neuro-psychiatric ward of a military hospital located at the fictional Colfax Army Air Field in the Arizona desert in 1944. He often uses unconventional means and people to match, including his new orderly, Corporal Jackson Leibowitz. Among the patients in their war...

Jessica (1962)

When her husband dies in Sicily while on their honeymoon, Jessica, a nurse, decides to remain there rather than return home. She decides to become a midwife in the village of Forza d'Agro. Men of the town pay quite a bit of attention to the attractive Jessica, causing women to resent her presence...

Rome Adventure (1962)

A New England assistant librarian at a school, Prudence Bell (Suzanne Pleshette) has recommended a book to one of her students that has drawn the ire of the school board and she resigns one step ahead of being fired. She defends the book "Lovers Must Learn" and tells the prudish board that she's ...

The Sins of Rachel Cade (1961)

During World War II, Protestant medical missionary Rachel comes to the village of Dibela in the Belgian Congo. Widowed military administrator Colonel Derode is initially skeptical about her work, but eventually is romantically attracted to Rachel. One of her patients is Paul Wilton, an American d...

A Fever in the Blood (1961)

A man murders a woman who rejects him, then creates a fire to make the death look accidental. The district attorney, Dan Callahan, on a hunting trip with Judge Leland Hoffman, is summoned back to the city to handle the murder investigation. Callahan and Hoffman both have political ambitions, eyei...

Ocean's 11 (1960)

A gang of World War II 82nd Airborne veterans is recruited by Danny Ocean (Sinatra) and Jimmy Foster (Lawford) to rob five different Las Vegas casinos (Sahara, Riviera, Desert Inn, Sands and The Flamingo) on a single night.

Rio Bravo (1959)

In the town of Rio Bravo, Texas, former sheriff's deputy Dude (Dean Martin), who has acquired the contemptuous nickname Borrachón (pronounced: [bo.ra?t?on], Spanish for "drunk"), enters a saloon to get a drink. Joe Burdette (Claude Akins), brother of rancher Nathan Burdette, tosses a silver dolla...