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Elizabeth Ashley

Elizabeth Ashley

Birthdate: August 30, 1939

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Elizabeth Ashley (born August 30, 1939) is an American actress who first came to prominence as the ingenue in the Broadway play Take Her, She's Mine, which earned her a Tony Award as Best Featured Actress in a Play. Description above from the Wikipedia article Elizabeth Ashley, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia ...detailed bio


The Cake Eaters (2007)

The Cake Eaters is a small-town, ensemble drama that explores the lives of two interconnected families coming to terms with love in the face of loss. Living in rural America, the Kimbrough family are a conflicted bunch: Easy, the patriarch and local butcher, is grieving over the recent loss of hi...

Broadway: The Golden Age (2003)

Broadway: The Golden Age is a 2003 documentary film by Rick McKay, telling the story of the "golden age" of Broadway by the oral history of the legendary actors of the 40s and 50s, incorporating rare lost footage of actual performances and never-before-seen personal home movies and photos.

Just the Ticket (1999)

Gary Starke (Garcia) is a New York ticket scalper who, in the old traditional style of scalping "works the street", known as "the walk", as opposed to the plethora of modern-day ticket brokers who ply the Internet for sales. Yet when his girlfriend Linda (MacDowell) gets enough of his lifestyle a...

Happiness (1998)

Trish Maplewood, the eldest Jordan sister, is an upper middle class housewife happily married to psychiatrist Bill Maplewood and has three children. Unbeknownst to Trish, however, Bill is a pedophile. He develops an obsession with 11-year-old Johnny Grasso, a classmate of his son, Billy. When Joh...

Dangerous Curves (1989)

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Vampire's Kiss (1988)

Peter Loew (Nicolas Cage), is a driven literary agent, who is slowly going insane. He works all day, and club hops at night, with little in his life but one night stands and the pursuit of money and prestige. He sees a therapist (Ashley) frequently, and during these sessions, his declining mental...

Dragnet (1987)

LAPD Sgt. Joe Friday's nephew and namesake (Aykroyd), whose anachronistic views reflect those of his late uncle, is involuntarily assigned a smart-alecky, streetwise new partner, Pep Streebek (Hanks). Their contrasting styles clash at first, Friday disapproving of his young partner's attitude, ha...

Stagecoach (1986)

Stagecoach is a 1986 made-for-TV film. It is a remake of the classic 1939 film Stagecoach and stars Kris Kristofferson as the Ringo Kid, the part originally played by John Wayne. Willie Nelson portrays famous gunslinger and dentist Doc Holliday. Johnny Cash portrays Marshal Curly Wilcox and Wayl...

Split Image (1982)

Danny Stetson (Michael O'Keefe) is a clean-cut, all-American college student and gymnast with dreams of Olympic gold when he's lured into "Homeland," a youth-oriented religious "commune," by a compellingly beautiful girl, Rebecca (Karen Allen). Here he is programmed by the charismatic leader, Nei...

Paternity (1982)

Buddy Evans manages events at the famed Madison Square Garden arena in New York. He is a confirmed bachelor who lives alone except for his housekeeper Celia. But the more Buddy is around children, the more he wants a son of his own. Someone to remind the world after he is gone that "Buddy Evans w...

Windows (1980)

Emily Hollander (Shire) is the subject of a lesbian obsession at the hands of Andrea Glassen (Ashley), her next-door neighbor. As Emily begins dating detective Bob Luffrono (Cortese), Andrea overflows with jealousy, spying on Hollander through her own window.

Coma (1978)

Dr. Susan Wheeler (Geneviève Bujold) is a surgical resident at Boston Memorial Hospital. Wheeler is devastated when her best friend is pronounced brain dead and ends up in a coma after minor surgery at the hospital. Looking at the records, Susan finds that over the previous year a number of othe...

The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday (1976)

The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday is a 1976 film directed by Don Taylor starring Lee Marvin and Kay Lenz.

Rancho Deluxe (1975)

Jack McKee and Cecil Colson are a couple of young, restless rustlers. Jack has turned his back on his wealthy family and his wife. Cecil is a Native American who is a sharpshooter with a long-range rifle. Together, more out of boredom than anything else, they have begun rustling cattle, cutting t...

92 in the Shade (1975)

The story centers on Tom Skelton, a young man who opens a charter fishing business in Key West, Florida. He enters into a rivalry with a local sea captain named Dance and his partner Carter, who steal one of the new fishing guide's clients. Skelton retaliates by burning Dance's boat.

When Michael Calls (1972)

Helen Connelly is a woman whose nephew Michael died fifteen years earlier. She is separated from her husband, Doremus. She is close to Michael's brother, Craig. When mysterious happenings began taking place and she begins receiving phone calls from the supposedly dead Michael, Helen begins to won...

The Heist (1972)

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Ship of Fools (1965)

A pastiche of characters board a German ocean liner in Veracruz, Mexico, for a voyage to Bremerhaven, Germany, along with 600 displaced workers in steerage, being deported from Cuba back to Spain, and a not-so-exotic band of entertainers, for whom the voyage is just a job. Some are happy to be bo...

The Carpetbaggers (1964)

Jonas Cord becomes one of America's richest men, inheriting an explosives company after his father's death. Cord resents his father bitterly and is psychologically scarred by the death of a twin brother. He believes there is insanity in the family's genes and does not want children of his own. Co...