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Joan Collins

Joan Collins

Birthdate: May 23, 1933

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Joan Henrietta Collins, OBE (born 23 May 1933) is an English actress, author, and columnist. Flamboyant in her personal life, she is perhaps best known in the United States for the role of the equally flamboyant Alexis Colby in the long running television series Dynasty, as well as being a favorite of Star Trek fans for her appearance as Edith Keeler in the Star Trek epis... ...detailed bio


Marple: They Do It with Mirrors (2009)

Miss Marple is requested to help her old friend Carrie-Louise, the loving wife of benign philanthropist Lewis Serrocold. Carrie-Louise is slowly poisoned by an unknown hand,and her husband and her sister Ruth want absolutely to save her from this dark menace.

Le Cirque: A Table In Heaven (2007)

Le Cirque: A Table In Heaven is a 2007 American documentary film directed by Andrew Rossi. Before being released by HBO, the film premiered at the 2007 Full Frame Film Festival and went on to play at the 2007 Hamptons Film Festival, the 2008 Berlin International Film Festival, and the 2008 Saraso...

Alice in Glamourland (2004)

A poor, single woman called Ellis (Linda de Mol), with a son, who meets Susan (Joan Collins), who wrote a successful book about 'How to marry a millionaire' and who now teaches classes on the subject. Ellis attends the course, which is offered her for free. As a result she meets many millionaires...

These Old Broads (2001)

Network television executive Gavin (Nestor Carbonell) hopes to reunite celebrated Hollywood stars Piper Grayson (Reynolds), Kate Westbourne (MacLaine), and Addie Holden (Collins) in a TV special after their 1960s movie musical Boy Crazy is re-released to wide public acclaim in the 1990s. Though t...

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2000)

A humourously musical retelling of the Biblical story of Joseph

The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2000)

Young bachelors and best friends, Fred Flintstone (Mark Addy) and Barney Rubble (Stephen Baldwin) try to find decent girlfriends. They meet a little green alien called the Great Gazoo (Alan Cumming), who was exiled to Earth by his species. Gazoo, whom only Fred and Barney can see, decides to foll...

The Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story (1996)

The Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story is a 1996 American documentary film directed by Susan Warms Dryfoos about the artist Al Hirschfeld. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

A Midwinter's Tale (1995)

The story is set in Hope, England. It's Christmastime, and 'tis the season to put on Shakespeare's most cheery seasonal play: Hamlet. Joe Harper takes the project on as a Final Stand of sorts under the encouragement of his catty agent, advertising in the local newspaper for actors at a low price....

Annie: A Royal Adventure! (1995)

In the film, Warbucks (Hearn), 13 year old Annie (Johnson), her friend Hannah (Lloyd), an eccentric scientist (McDiarmid) and an orphan named Molly (Belle) travel to England, where Warbucks is to be knighted by the King. However, the kids get mixed up in the scheme of an evil noblewoman known as ...

The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch (1982)

In Civil War-era Southern Missouri, Dr. Maggie McCullough (Priscilla Barnes) travels to the aid of her ailing Aunt Annie (Joan Collins), the town's madame, in the lovely community of Sweetwater. With all of the men away at war, Maggie coordinates a truce between Aunt Annie's girls and the respect...

Homework (1982)

A teenager (Michael Morgan) sees the school psychologist and his girlfriend's mother (Joan Collins) about his problem.

The Bitch (1979)

Fontaine Khaled (Collins) is the owner of a trendy disco who is now facing financial problems. At the same time, she also has to deal with the various men in her life, as well as the Mafia. The plot of the film differs slightly from that of the novel, particularly the ending.

Fatal Charm (1978)

A low-rent private investigator and former cop is sent to Austria on a job, and while there sees a number of seemingly unrelated coincidences that lead him into a strange web of corruption and decadence.

The Big Sleep (1978)

In modern-day England, private detective Philip Marlowe (Robert Mitchum) is asked to the stately home of General Sternwood (James Stewart), who hires Marlowe to learn who is blackmailing him. While at the mansion, he meets the General's spoiled and inquisitive daughter Charlotte (Sarah Miles) and...

The Stud (1978)

Fontaine Khaled is the London wife of a wealthy but boring businessman. She spends his money on her nightclub, Hobo, and partying. She hires a manager, Tony, to run her club, but it is understood that his job security is dependent on him satisfying her nymphomaniac demands. Tony loses interest in...

Empire of the Ants (1977)

A heavenly paradise becomes a hellish nightmare when a toxic spill turns harmless ants into gigantic rampaging monster insects. The opening narration briefly introduces the viewer to the ant and its behavior. It takes note how ants use pheromones to communicate, and how they cause an obligatory r...

Dark Places (1977)

Dr. Mandeville (Christopher Lee) and his wife Sarah (Joan Collins) try to locate two suitcases of money hidden on a large estate of one of his former patients by posing as a potential heir. Also at the estate is mentally unstable Andrew (Robert Hardy), who begins to have flashbacks to the murders...

Alfie Darling (1976)

After experiencing a failure in the ending of the last film, Alfie - now working as a 1970s' cross London-France HGV driver alongside Bakey (Paul Copley) - decides to get back to his old self. And his new occupation provides new opportunities to do so. The film starts as Bakey drives the truck th...

I Don't Want to Be Born (1975)

Lucy (Collins) is working as a dancer in a sleazy strip joint. Her stage act includes a routine with a dwarf named Hercules (George Claydon). One night after the show, she invites Hercules into her dressing-room for a drink. He declines the drink but starts to rub Lucy's neck and shoulders. Lucy ...

Tales That Witness Madness (1973)

In the Framing Story, a psychiatrist in a high tech modern mental asylum, Dr. Tremayne (Donald Pleasence), discusses a bold new psychiatric theory with colleague Dr. Nicholas (Jack Hawkins). Tremayne uses four patients who went insane - Paul, Timothy, Brian, and Auriol - to illustrate the theory,...