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Susan Strasberg

Susan Strasberg

Birthdate: May 22, 1938

Deathdate: January 21, 1999

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Susan Elizabeth Strasberg (May 22, 1938 – January 21, 1999) was an American actress and daughter of Lee and Paula Strasberg of the Actors Studio. Description above from the Wikipedia article Susan Strasberg, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio


The Delta Force (1986)

The film opens up on Operation Eagle Claw, the American operation to rescue American hostages being held at the U.S. embassy to Tehran. The operation is being aborted after a fatal helicopter crash, with the U.S. Delta Force evacuating to their C-130 transports. Among them is Captain Scott McCoy ...

Sweet Sixteen (1983)

When Melissa Morgan (Aleisa Shirley), an attractive big-city girl, moves to a small Texas town, she creates quite a stir with her beauty and promiscuous attitude. She's 15 going on 25, and all the boys at her new school are anxious to get to know her. But when the younger brother of a local hellr...

Mazes and Monsters (1982)

The movie opens with a scene that is repeated later in the film in which a reporter meets with police searching a cavern. He is told a Mazes and Monsters game got out of hand. Robbie Wheeling (Hanks) starts college at the fictional Grant University and soon develops a group of friends, all of wh...

Bloody Birthday (1981)

June 9, 1970, three babies are born at the height of a total eclipse. Due to the sun and moon blocking Saturn, which controls emotions, the babies develop into children who are heartless and uncaring, with no feelings of remorse for their awful offences. In 1980, Curtis, Debbie and Steven begin t...

The Manitou (1978)

A woman named Karen (Susan Strasberg), who is suffering from a growing tumor on her neck, enters a hospital in San Francisco. After a series of X-rays, the doctors begin to think it is a living creature: a fetus being born inside the tumor. Eerie and grisly occurrences begin; the tumorous growth ...

Rollercoaster (1977)

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Frankenstein (1973)

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Psycho Sisters (1972)

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Psych-Out (1968)

Jenny (played by Susan Strasberg) is a deaf runaway who arrives in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district, searching for her brother Steve. She encounters the aptly named Stoney (Jack Nicholson) and his hippie band "Mumblin' Jim" in a coffee shop. The boys are sympathetic, especially when they d...

The Brotherhood (1968)

A young American man arrives in Palermo by plane. A taxi driver at the airport immediately gets word to Frank Ginetta, who hides, armed with a gun, until he realizes that the visitor he's been warned about is actually his kid brother, Vinnie. Frank happily welcomes his brother and takes him home,...

The Trip (1967)

In this drama, Paul Groves (Peter Fonda) takes his first dose of LSD while experiencing the heartbreak and ambivalence of divorce from his beautiful but adulterous wife, played by Susan Strasberg. He starts his trip with a "guide," John (Bruce Dern), but runs away and abandons him out of fear. As...

Kapò (1964)

Naive fourteen-year-old Edith (Susan Strasberg) and her Jewish parents are sent to a concentration camp, where the latter are killed. Sofia (Didi Perego), an older, political prisoner, and a kindly camp doctor save her from a similar fate by giving her a new, non-Jewish identity, that of the newl...

Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man (1962)

Nick Adams is a young, restless man who wants a good life and to see the world. Though he is told it is not worth the attempt, he decides to go away from his midwestern home. Along the way, he encounters numerous people and later joins the Italian army to fight the Germans in World War I, where h...

Taste of Fear (1961)

A young paralysed woman (Strasberg) returns to her family home after the mysterious disappearance of her father. She has a cool relationship with her stepmother, while the chauffeur helps her investigate the father's disappearance. During the investigations, she finds the father's corpse in vari...

Stage Struck (1958)

This page is about the film. For Rory Gallagher's album of the same name, see Stage Struck Stage Struck is a 1958 American drama film directed by Sidney Lumet. The screenplay by Augustus and Ruth Goetz is based on a play by Zoë Akins, which served as the basis for the 1933 film Morning Glory star...

Picnic (1955)

Hal Carter (William Holden) is a former college football star, adrift and unemployed after army service and a failed Hollywood acting career. On Labor Day (September 5, 1955), he arrives by freight train in a Kansas town to visit his fraternity friend, Alan Benson (Cliff Robertson), the son of a ...

The Cobweb (1955)

Dr. Stewart McIver is now in charge of a psychiatric facility, one run for many years by medical director Dr. Douglas Devanal. McIver must address the needs of a number of disturbed patients, among them Steven Holte, a possibly suicidal artist, and the self-loathing Mr. Capp. All of his responsib...