|Back Door to Heaven 1939 N/R, 81 min.|
Director: William K. Howard
Cast: Wallace Ford, William Harrigan, Aline MacMahon, Raymond Roe, Anita Magee, Jane Seymour, Stuart Erwin, William Redfield, Kenneth LeRoy, Jimmy Lydon, Alfred Webster, Van Heflin, David Johnson, Patricia Ellis, Richard Wildhack
As a youth, Frankie Regan (Jimmy Lydon) was a juvenile delinquent; the adult Frankie (Wallace Ford) tries, but fails miserably, to go straight.
|Battlestar: Galactica 1979 PG, 125 min.|
Director: Richard A. Colla
Cast: Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict, Lorne Greene, Ray Milland, John Colicos, Patrick Macnee, Lew Ayres, Jane Seymour, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Ed Begley Jr., Herbert Jefferson Jr., Maren Jensen, Noah Hathaway, Tpmu Swartz, Terry Carter
Taken from clips of the TV series, Lorne Greene is Commander Adama, the captain of a starship, whose mission is to transport survivors from a doomed planet to a safer habitat in the galaxy.
|Benny and Barney: Las Vegas Undercover 1977 TV, 76 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Thriller
aka: Las Vegas Undercover
Benny and Barney, The Aristocrats
Director: Ron Satlof
Cast: Terry Kiser, Tim Thomerson, Rodney Dangerfield, George Gobel, Pat Harrington Jr., Hugh O'Brian, Jane Seymour, Bobby Troup, Jack Cassidy, Marty Allen, Jack Colvin, Michael Pataki, Richard Gautier, Ted Cassidy, Don Marsh
There are lots of cameo appearances in this comedy-thriller where Benny (Terry Kiser) and Barney (Tim Thomerson) are Las Vegas undercover cops who pose as entertainers to recover a kidnapped singer.
|The Four Feathers 1977 TV, 110 min.|
Director: Don Sharp
Cast: Beau Bridges, Robert Powell, Simon Ward, Richard Johnson, Jane Seymour, Harry Andrews, Robert Flemyng, David Robb, Richard Beale, Robin Bailey, John Hallam, Julian Barnes, Mary Maude, Frank Gatliff, Robert James
This fifth adaptation of A.E.W. Mason's novel provides good adventure as the story of dishonored British officer Harry Faversham (Beau Bridges) struggles to save his cohorts during the war in the Sudan desert.
|Frankenstein: The True Story 1973 TV, 200 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Jack Smight
Cast: James Mason, Leonard Whiting, Michael Sarrazin, David McCallum, Jane Seymour, Ralph Richardson, Agnes Moorehead, John Gielgud, Tom Baker, Michael Wilding, Nicola Pagett, Clarissa Kaye-Mason, Margaret Leighton, Dallas Adams, Julian Barnes
In this version of Mary Shelley's story, Dr. Frankenstein (Leonard Whiting) pieces together parts from dead bodies and creates a handsome–not ugly–monster (Michael Sarrazin). When the monster's physical attributes begin to disintegrate, it suffers despair. Frankenstein is forced to help his mentor, Dr. Polidori (James Mason), create a mate, the beautiful Prima (Jane Seymour), for the monster. But, when Frankenstein introduces Prima to society, the monster is angered and kills Prima and then follows Frankenstein to Antarctica to exact revenge. 1 User Review
|Anonymous 08/23/2007 |
| For those of us who actually saw this movie would know that it was one of the best Frankenstein movies that was ever made. Too bad I can't find it in VHS or DVD.|
|The Haunting Passion 1983 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: John Korty
Cast: Jane Seymour, Gerald McRaney, Millie Perkins, Ruth Nelson, Paul Rossilli, Ivan Bonar, Lisa Britt, Ocean Hellman, Terry David Mulligan, Tom Heaton
Dan (Gerald McRaney), a former football star who is starting a broadcasting career, and wife Julia (Jane Seymour) move into a remote house on a cliff. Jane starts having erotic dreams of a man, and it turns into an affair. But this is no ordinary man; he is a ghost. Now she must make a choice between the two men in her life.
|Head Office 1985 PG-13, 90 min.|
Director: Ken Finkleman
Cast: Judge Reinhold, Danny DeVito, Jane Seymour, Eddie Albert, Don Novello, Wallace Shawn, Rick Moranis, Lori-Nan Engler, George Coe
The son (Judge Reinhold) of a politician (George Coe) makes mistake-after-mistake, yet he keeps getting promotion-after- promotion. How can this be? This is a funny story and OK viewing for a rainy afternoon.
|Heidi 1993 G, 190 min.|
Genre: Family / Drama
Director: Michael Ray Rhodes
Cast: Jason Robards, Jane Seymour, Patricia Neal, Noley Thornton, Sian Phillips, Lexi Randall, Jane Hazlegrove, Andrew Bicknell, Benjamin Brazier, Basil Hoskins
The Disney folks bring the classic tale to TV and video with Noley Thornton in the title role, Jane Seymour as the nasty governess, and Jason Robards as Heidi's grandfather. Satisfactory performances throughout.
|Lassiter 1984 R, 100 min.|
Director: Roger Young
Cast: Tom Selleck, Jane Seymour, Lauren Hutton, Bob Hoskins, Joe Regalbuto, Ed Lauter, Warren Clarke, Edward Peel, Christopher Malcolm, Harry Towb
The Nazis have $10 million worth of diamonds in London prior to World War II. Lassiter (Tom Selleck) is a jewel thief whose mission is to recover the cache. 1 User Review
|Anonymous 03/23/2012 |
| THOUGHT THAT IT WAS A GOOD STORY WITH GOOD ACTION.|
|Live and Let Die 1973 PG, 121 min.|
Director: Guy Hamilton
Cast: Roger Moore, Jane Seymour, Yaphet Kotto, Geoffrey Holder, Clifton James, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell, David Hedison, Julius Harris, Gloria Hendry, Tommy Lane, Madeline Smith, Robert Dix, Roy Stewart, Earl Jolly Brown
This is the eighth agent 007 film, but it is the first with Roger Moore in the starring role. In this installment, James Bond is on the trail of a Caribbean-based drug dealer. As with the previous seven 007 films, this one has plenty of gadgetry, beautiful women, and wild chases. It's not up to the standards of the others, though, except for the title song by Paul McCartney.
|Oh Heavenly Dog 1980 PG, 104 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Drama
Director: Joe Camp
Cast: Chevy Chase, Benji, Jane Seymour, Robert Morley, Omar Sharif, Alan Sues, Donnelly Rhodes, Richard Vernon, John Stride, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Stuart Germain, Margaret Courtenay, Frank Williams, Albin Pahernik, Susan Kellermann
Benji appears in his third film. This time, the story revolves around private eye Benjamin Browning (Chevy Chase) who is murdered. When he arrives in heaven, he is told that he will be assigned a new body and is told to track down his murderer. Browning is reincarnated in Benji's body. The search goes on while Benji/Browning's owner Jackie Howard (Jane Seymour) has no idea that she has become his new love interest.
|Onassis: The Richest Man in the World 1988 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Waris Hussein
Cast: Raul Julia, Jane Seymour, Anthony Quinn, Francesca Annis, Elias Koteas, Beatie Edney, Anthony Zerbe, John Kapelos, Simon Andreu, Silvia Tortosa, Geoffrey Hutchings, Dimitra Arliss
This made-for-TV biography of the life of Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis (Raul Julia) traces his life through his rise to fame and fortune including long-time relationship with singer Maria Callas (Jane Seymour) and marriage to Jacqueline Kennedy (Francesca Annis).
|The Phantom of the Opera 1983 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Horror
Director: Robert Markowitz
Cast: Maximilian Schell, Jane Seymour, Michael York, Jeremy Kemp, Diana Quick, Ferenc Beganyi, Pal Kovacs, Philip Stone, Paul Brooke, Andras Miko, Gellert Raksanyi, Laszlo Nemeth, Jeno Kis, Laszlo Soos, Denes Ujlaky
This classic story is brought to TV with several deviations from the original story–a major one being that it is set in Budapest rather than Paris. After orchestra leader Sandor's (Maximilian Schell) singer wife (Jane Seymour) receives a bad review and commits suicide, Sandor gets into a fight with the critic (Philip Stone) and is burned with acid. Sandor takes refuge beneath the opera house, and five years later emerges as the masked Phantom. He falls in love with chorus girl Maria Gianelli (also played by Seymour) who greatly resembles his dead wife. Maria is in love with the director of the opera, Michael Hartnell (Michael York), but the Phantom tutors Maria and terrorizes the cast and all those who stand in the way of Maria's stardom. Good cast and scenery.
|Quest for Camelot 1998 G, 85 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Adventure / Fantasy / Comedy
Director: Frederik Du Chau
Cast: Jessalyn Gilsig, Andrea Corr, Cary Elwes, Bryan White, Gary Oldman, Eric Idle, Pierce Brosnan, John Gielgud, Don Rickles, Jane Seymour, Jaleel White, Bronson Pinchot, Gabriel Byrne
This animated feature combines Arthurian legends from King Arthur's Camelot. The evil knight Ruber (voice of Gary Oldman) and his sidekick Griffin (voice of Bronson Pinchot) steal King Arthur's (voice of Pierce Brosnan) magical sword, Excalibur. Now, Kayley (voice of Jessalyn Gilsig), the daughter of a knight who Ruber has killed, sets off to retrieve Excalibur and engages in many adventures on her trek through the Forbidden Forest.
|The Scarlet Pimpernel 1982 TV, 150 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama / Romance / Action
Director: Clive Donner
Cast: Anthony Andrews, Jane Seymour, Ian McKellen, James Villiers, Eleanor David, Malcolm Jamieson, Denis Lill, Ann Firbank, Richard Morant, Julian Fellowes, Timothy Carlton, David Gant, John Quarmby, Gordon Gostelow, Carol MacReady
Combining two of the Baroness Orczy's classic tales, this is the story of the rescue of French aristocrats condemned to death at the guillotine. Sir Percy Blakeney (Anthony Andrews) disguises himself and, unbeknownst to his wife Lady Marguerite (Jane Seymour), he rescues innocent victims of the French Revolution. He leaves behind him a small red pimpernel flower for which he is named. When Citizen Chauvelin (Ian McKellen) is sent to investigate, he closes in and uses Marguerite to confront Blakeney.
|Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger 1977 G, 113 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Action / Fantasy
Director: Sam Wanamaker
Cast: Patrick Wayne, Taryn Power, Margaret Whiting, Jane Seymour, Patrick Troughton, Kurt Christian, Nadim Sawalha, Damien Thomas, Bernard Kay, Bruno Barnabe, Salami Coker, David Sterne, Peter Mayhew
Sinbad (Patrick Wayne) and Princess Farah (Jane Seymour) set off for the lands of Ademaspai to attempt the rescue of her brother who has been transformed into a baboon. A follow-up to "Golden Voyage of Sinbad."
|Somewhere in Time 1980 PG, 103 min.|
Genre: Drama / Fantasy / Romance
Director: Jeannot Szwarc
Cast: Christopher Reeve, Jane Seymour, Teresa Wright, Christopher Plummer, Bill Erwin, George Voskovec, George Wendt, Tim Kazurinsky, William H. Macy, Susan French, John Alvin, Eddra Gale, Audrey Bennett, Laurence Coven, Christy Michaels
This love story takes place at the Grand Hotel on Michigan's Mackinaw Island where the scenery is unbeatable. Young playwright Richard Collier (Christopher Reeve) somehow crosses over into another time period and finds his true love Elise McKenna (Jane Seymour). Sixty years ago, Elise was an actress, but she died eight years ago shortly after Richard met her. Now, as Richard slips into the past, they meet again, and love blooms–despite protests from her manager Richard Collier (Christopher Plummer).
|The Sun Also Rises 1984 TV, 200 min.|
Director: James Goldstone
Cast: Jane Seymour, Hart Bochner, Robert Carradine, Zeljko Ivanek, Ian Charleson, Leonard Nimoy, Stephane Audran, Andrea Occhipinti, Elisabeth Bourgine, Hutton Cobb, Jennifer Hilary, Julian Sands, Arch Taylor, Renata Benedict, Bradley Cole
This remake of Henry King's 1957 "The Sun Also Rises" is a rendition of Hemingway's classic tale about the "Lost Generation" of expatriates who roamed Europe between the two World Wars. Jake Barnes (Hart Bochner), Bill Gorton (Zeljko Ivanek), and Robert Cohn (Robert Carradine) are in Paris drinking and chasing women when Jake sees Lady Brett Ashley (Jane Seymour) who he had been romantically interested in while in England. Lady Brett is now engaged to Mike Campbell (Ian Charleson), and the five of them travel to Pamplona, Spain, where Lady Brett becomes attracted to matador Cohn Romero (Andrea Occhipinti). Now, with three love interests, Lady Brett's life is reaching a crisis point.
|Wedding Crashers 2005 R, 118 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: David Dobkin
Cast: Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Christopher Walken, Rachel McAdams, Isla Fisher, Jane Seymour, Ellen Albertini Dow, Keir O'Donnell, Henry Gibson, Ron Canada, Dwight Yoakam, Rebecca De Mornay, Bradley Cooper, David Conrad, Jennifer Alden
Divorce attorneys John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy Grey (Vince Vaughn) spend their leisure time crashing wedding receptions and enjoying one-night-stands with bridesmaids. They attend U.S. Treasury Secretary William Cleary's (Christopher Walken) oldest daughter's wedding, and fall for the bride's sisters, Claire and Gloria (Rachel McAdams and Isla Fisher). Now, John and Jeremy head off to the Cleary family estate for a wild weekend party, and the fun really begins.
|Young Winston 1972 PG, 145 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama
Director: Richard Attenborough
Cast: Simon Ward, Anne Bancroft, Robert Shaw, John Mills, Anthony Hopkins, Jack Hawkins, Patrick Magee, Ian Holm, Robert Flemyng, Jane Seymour, Edward Woodward, Laurence Naismith, Russell Lewis, Ronald Hines, Peter Cellier
Based on Winston Churchill's autobiography, this film remains true to the author's version of his "My Early Life." Overall good production and acting, with Simon Ward as the young Winston.
|1. Back Door to Heaven (1939)|
2. Battlestar: Galactica (1979)
3. Benny and Barney: Las Vegas Undercover (1977)
aka: Las Vegas Undercover
aka: Benny and Barney, The Aristocrats
4. The Dark Mirror (1984)
5. The Four Feathers (1977)
6. Frankenstein: The True Story (1973)
7. The Haunting Passion (1983)
8. Head Office (1985)
9. Heidi (1993)
10. Lassiter (1984)
11. Live and Let Die (1973)
12. Oh Heavenly Dog (1980)
13. Onassis: The Richest Man in the World (1988)
14. The Phantom of the Opera (1983)
15. Quest for Camelot (1998)
16. The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982)
17. Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977)
18. Somewhere in Time (1980)
19. The Sun Also Rises (1984)
20. Wedding Crashers (2005)
21. Young Winston (1972)
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