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- Movie, aka Tennessee Nights;
- Directed by Nicolas Gessner
- Written by Nicolas Gessner & Hans Werner Kettenbach (novel Minnie)
- Synopsis: An innocent fishing trip in the hills of Tennessee entangles Wolfgang Leighton in a murderous web of intrigue, sparked by a torrid encounter with the provocative Sally Lomas. Inexplicably pursued by faceless stalkers, Wolfgang turns to the law only to find himself arrested. Charged with murdering Sally, he's thrown into a cell seething with violent criminals. A teenage hitchhiker appears to be his only friend. (Source: IMDb, anonymous)
- Role: Sally Lomas
Chicago Sun-Times (Ebert) /
Washington Post (Hal Hinson)
- Written & directed by Blake Edwards
- Zachary Hutton is a married writer. Actually, he is an alcoholic, has not written for years, and does not take his marriage vows too seriously. Craving a monogamous relationship, he goes to a shrink to help him get rid of his unwanted behaviour.
- John Ritter portrays a womanizing, drunken, alcholic writer who's life seems to be falling apart at the seams. He's still in love with his ex-wife(who's family can't stand him), writer's block is keeping him from completing his latest novel, and he repeatedily finds himself in trouble of one sort or another with the law, ex-girlfriends, and jealous boyfriends. (Source: IMDb - Humberto Amador)
- Role: Angela "Angie" Smith
Washington Post (Richard Harrington) /
- Directed by Mary Lambert
- Written by Stephen King (who also wrote the novel)
- When a young girl's cat dies, her father buries it at an indian cemetary. The cat revives, but its spirit has turned dark. Not having learned a thing, the man tries again when his son is hit by a truck. The little boy goes on a murder rampage, killing everybody but his sister (who just happens to be visiting her grandparents) and his father. The father kills him again, but buries his wife, Rachel, at the cemetary. ("Darling..." [kiss] [SLASH!])
- The Creeds have just moved to a new house in the countryside. Their house is perfect, except for two things: the semi-trailers that roar past on the narrow road, and the mysterious cemetary in the woods behind the house. The Creed's neighbours are reluctant to talk about the cemetary, and for good reason too. (Source: IMDb - Murray Chapman)
- Role: Rachel Creed
Washington Post (Rita Kempley) /
- Written & directed by Steve De Jarnatt
- A young man meets and falls in love with a young woman at the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles. This area is known as Miracle Mile, and the whole movie takes place there. They make a date, which he misses, and while he is searching for her, he accidentally finds out that we (the United States) are about to start a nuclear war with the Soviet Union. He frantically searches for her so that they can escape Los Angeles. (Source: IMDb - Mark Logan)
- Harry finally meets the girl of his dreams--on the last day of Earth. Harry mistakenly picked up a ringing pay phone to learn that a nuclear war had already begun. Now with a ticking clock and a rioting city deteriorating around him, Harry must guide Julie to safety. But can he save himself as lawlessness becomes the norm and terror grips every living soul in the city? (Source: IMDb - Tim Kretschmann)
- Role: Landa
- TV series (1989)
- Episode 1.4, 10-11: I Cover The Waterfront
- Role: Toni Simmons
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