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Millie Perkins

Millie Perkins


Birthdate: May 12, 1938

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Millie Perkins (May 12 1938) is an American film and television actress. Millie Perkins on a visit to Israel, in 1959. Born in Passaic, New Jersey, Millie grew up in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. Her father was a merchant marine captain. Perkins was working as a receptionist at a New York City advertising agency when she caught the eye of a visiting photographer with a resultant ... ...detailed bio

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Though None Go with Me (2006)

Elizabeth Leroy is a young woman growing up during the 1950s in the United States. She has devoted her life to serving, God but through many hardships and heartbreaks over the years, her faith is tested. She begins to question the purpose of her life. Elizabeth lives with her widowed father who i...
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The Chamber (1996)

Having survived the hatred and bigotry that was his Klansman grandfather Sam Cayhall's (Hackman) only legacy, young attorney Adam Hall (O'Donnell) seeks to appeal the old man's death sentence for the murder of two Jewish children 30 years before. Only 28 days before Cayhall is to be executed, A...
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H.P. Lovecraft's: Necronomicon (1993)

The film is broken into four separate features: "The Library", "The Drowned", "The Cold" and "Whispers". "The Library" segment is the wrap-around story, which begins and ends the movie.
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Pistol: The Birth of a Legend (1991)

The Pistol: The Birth of a Legend is a 1991 film directed by Frank C. Schröder and is the story of Pistol Pete Maravich nicknamed "Pistol Pete", a basketball star in high school, college and the NBA known with a flashy style of play. The film focuses on 1959, the year Pete made the varsity high s...
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Two Moon Junction (1988)

April Delongpre (Sherilyn Fenn) is the well-born daughter of a powerful Alabama senator and heiress to an old and respectable Southern family. One summer, while her fiancé Chad Douglas Fairchild (Martin Hewitt) is away on business, April commences an affair with Perry (Richard Tyson), a carnival ...
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Slam Dance (1987)

A married cartoonist named C.C. Drood becomes involved in the cover up of a political sex scandal after his lover, Yolanda, a call girl, is found murdered. Drood has betrayed his wife Helen with the exotic Yolanda, who takes him to a club where the patrons slam dance, violently crashing into one ...
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At Close Range (1986)

Brad Whitewood, Sr. (Walken) is the leader of an organized crime family. One night, his estranged oldest son, Brad, Jr. (Sean Penn), contacts him after a fight with his mother's boyfriend. Eventually, he becomes involved with his father's criminal activities, and starts a gang with his half-broth...
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A.D. (1985)

The story tells the life histories about Saint Peter and Paul of Tarsus after the crucifixion of Jesus, and their individual fates in old Rome in the time of the persecution of Christians. Events in the New Testament Book of Acts by Luke and in the Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius are dramatize...
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License to Kill (1984)

License to Kill is a 1984 television film directed by Jud Taylor. It stars James Farentino and Penny Fuller.
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The Witch Who Came From the Sea (1976)

The Witch Who Came From the Sea is a 1976 American horror film directed by Matt Cimber and shot by cinematographer Dean Cundey. The film concerns a dysfunctional and disturbed woman called Molly (played by Millie Perkins) who, after suffering repeated sexual abuse at the hands of her alcoholic fa...
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Cockfighter (1974)

Warren Oates plays a world-weary gambler trying to make big money cockfighting. Always on the road, he works inside and outside the rules to try to work up to the biggest fight of the year.
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Wild in the Streets (1968)

Christopher Jones stars as rock singer and aspiring revolutionary Max Frost (born Max Jacob Flatow Jr.; his first public act of violence was blowing up his family's new car). Frost's band The Troopers live together with him, their women, and others in a sprawling Los Angeles mansion. The band inc...
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The Shooting (1966)

Willet Gashade (Oates), a former bounty hunter, returns to his small mining camp after a lengthy absence and finds his slow-witted friend Coley (Will Hutchins) in a state of fear. Coley explains to Gashade that their partner, Leland Drum (B. J. Merholz), had been shot to death two days before by ...
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Ride in the Whirlwind (1965)

A trio of cowboys, Vern (Cameron Mitchell), Wes (Jack Nicholson) and Otis (Tom Filer), stop to rest for the night at the remote hide out of a gang of outlaws led by Blind Dick (Harry Dean Stanton). In the morning, they find themselves surrounded by a vigilante hanging party and are forced to beco...
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Ensign Pulver (1964)

U.S. Navy Ensign Frank Pulver (Robert Walker, Jr.) feels unappreciated, as usual. Even when he personally aims a sharp object into the hindquarters of the hated Captain Morton (Burl Ives), the happy crew cannot imagine that the all-talk, no-action Pulver could be behind it. A poll to guess at the...
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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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The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)

In 1945, as a truckload of war survivors stops in front of an Amsterdam factory at the end of World War II, Otto Frank (Joseph Schildkraut) gets out and walks inside. After climbing the stairs to a deserted garret, Otto finds a girl's discarded glove and sobs, then is joined and comforted by Miep...