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Dorothy Spencer

Dorothy Spencer


Birthdate: February 3, 1909

Deathdate: May 23, 2002

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Airport '79 - The Concorde (1979)

Kevin Harrison (Robert Wagner), an arms dealer, attempts to destroy an American-owned Concorde on its maiden flight after one of the passengers, Maggie Whelan (Susan Blakely), learns of his weapons sales to communist countries during the Cold War. The Concorde takes off from Charles de Gaulle Air...
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Earthquake (1974)

The film opens on Stewart Graff (Heston) jogging underneath the Hollywood Sign. Back home, as he finishes his workout on a resistance machine, his wife Remy Royce-Graff (Gardner) starts her morning by picking a fight with him. At the peak of their argument, Stewart says to Remy, "You'd hardly cal...
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Happy Birthday, Wanda June (1971)

The opening of this play is "This is a simple-minded play about men who enjoy killing, and those who don't." Big game hunter and war hero Harold Ryan returns home to America, after having been presumed dead for several years. During the war he killed over 200 men and women, and countless more ani...
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Valley of the Dolls (1967)

Three young women meet when they embark on their careers. Neely O'Hara (Duke) is a plucky kid with undeniable talent who sings in a Broadway show, the legendary actress Helen Lawson (Hayward) is the star of the play, and Jennifer North (Tate), a beautiful blonde with limited talent, is in the cho...
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A Guide for the Married Man (1967)

Paul Manning discovers one day that his dear friend and neighbor Ed Stander has been cheating on his wife. Curious, he asks Ed about it and is given the history and tactics of men who have successfully committed adultery. With each new story, Paul can't help but notice the attractive blonde, Irma...
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Lost Command (1966)

In the final moments of the 1954 Battle of Dien Bien Phu, a weakened French garrison anticipates a last assault by communist Viet Minh troops. The garrison commander, Basque Lt. Col. Pierre-Noel Raspeguy (Quinn), has called central headquarters for reinforcements. Headquarters sends only a single...
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Von Ryan's Express (1965)

Colonel Joseph L. Ryan (Frank Sinatra) is a US pilot whose P-38 Lightning is shot down. He is captured by Italian troops and taken to an Italian prisoner-of-war camp in Italy, run by the cruel Blackshirt Major Battaglia (Adolfo Celi). The camp is populated mainly by British prisoners (9th Battali...
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Circus World (1964)

At the turn of the 20th century, circus owner Matt Masters (John Wayne) takes his troupe on a tour of Europe in search of his long-lost love, Lili Alfredo (Rita Hayworth). With him are Lili's daughter, Toni (Claudia Cardinale), whom she abandoned years earlier and whom he has raised as his own, a...
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Cleopatra (1963)

The film opens in 48 BC shortly after the Battle of Pharsalus where Julius Caesar has defeated Pompey. Pompey flees to Egypt, hoping to enlist the support of the young Pharaoh Ptolemy XIII and his sister Cleopatra. Caesar pursues and meets the teenage Ptolemy and the boy's advisers, who seem to d...
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Wild in the Country (1961)

The movie starts off with Glenn Tyler (Elvis Presley) getting into a fight with, and badly injuring, his drunken brother. A court releases him on probation into the care of his uncle in a small town, appointing Irene Sperry (Hope Lange) to give him psychological counselling. Marked as a trouble-m...
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Seven Thieves (1960)

A discredited expatriate American professor, Theo Wilkins (Edward G. Robinson), has called on a young protégé and sophisticated thief, Paul Mason (Rod Steiger), to come over from the US to the south of France and help him pull off one final heist. He has masterminded a caper to steal $4,000,000 i...
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From the Terrace (1960)

In Philadelphia in 1946, David Alfred Eaton returns home from the war to find his mother Martha a wretched alcoholic, the victim of years of neglect and abuse from her husband Samuel, the owner of a prestigious iron and steel company. Samuel emotionally withdrew from his family thirteen years ear...
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North to Alaska (1960)

After finding gold in Alaska, George Pratt (Stewart Granger) sends partner Sam McCord (John Wayne) to Seattle to bring back his fiancée, a French girl whom Sam has never met. Finding there that George's girl has already married another man, Sam brings back prostitute "Angel" (Capucine) as a subst...
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The Young Lions (1958)

The Young Lions (1948) is a novel by Irwin Shaw about three soldiers in World War II. Christian Diestl is at first a sympathetic German drawn to Nazism by despair for his future but willing to sacrifice Jews if necessary; Noah Ackerman is an American Jew facing discrimination of the American kind...
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A Hatful of Rain (1957)

The setting is a housing project apartment. Johnny Pope (Don Murray) is a soldier who returns from the Korean War, where a stay in a military hospital has left him secretly addicted to morphine. His emotional distance (and his tendency to stay out all night) alienates him from the apartment's oth...
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The Best Things in Life Are Free (1956)

The Best Things in Life Are Free is a 1956 American musical film directed by Michael Curtiz. The film starred, Gordon MacRae, Dan Dailey, Ernest Borgnine, and Sheree North. In 1957, the year after the film was released, it received an Oscar nomination for Lionel Newman in the category of Best Mus...
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The Rains of Ranchipur (1956)

In India to purchase some horses, British aristocrat, Lord Esketh and his wife, Edwina, come to the town of Ranchipur at the invitation of the elderly Maharani. Their marriage is an unhappy one and Lord Esketh announces his intention to return to England and begin divorce proceedings. The spoiled...
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The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956)

Tom and Betsy Rath live in a rundown house in Westport, Connecticut around 1953 (1955 in the movie). They have three television-addicted kids (two girls and boy) and have money problems. Tom is 33 years old, a Harvard graduate. He barely survived as an Army paratroop officer during World War II,...
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Prince of Players (1955)

Edwin "Ned" Booth is the son of the noted thespian Junius Brutus Booth and the older brother of another actor, John Wilkes Booth. Beginning In 1848, as a boy, and into early manhood, he travels with and assists Junius, who is often drunk and seems at times on the brink of madness. Several years g...
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The Left Hand of God (1955)

In 1947, Catholic priest Father O'Shea (Humphrey Bogart) makes his way to a remote mission in China to take the place of his dead predecessor. There he meets Dr. David Sigman (E.G. Marshall), Sigman's wife Beryl (Agnes Moorehead) and nurse Anne Scott (Gene Tierney), the only Western residents. Th...