Farrah Fawcett in "Silk Hope"
Silk Hope is a 1999 made-for-TV romantic-drama film that starred Farrah Fawcett, along with Brad Johnson, Ashley Crow, and Scott Bryce.
Farrah Fawcett in "Extremities" (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in "Extremities" (Clip 2)
Extremities is a 1986 American crime thriller film directed by Robert M. Young and written by William Mastrosimone, based on his 1982 off-Broadway play of the same name. It stars Farrah Fawcett, Alfre Woodard, Diana Scarwid and James Russo.
Farrah Fawcett in "Small Sacrifices"
Small Sacrifices is a 1989 American made-for-television crime drama film written by Joyce Eliason and based on the best-selling true crime book by Ann Rule of the same name. The film is about Diane Downs and the murder and attempted murder of her three children. It stars Farrah Fawcett, Ryan O'Neal, Gordon Clapp, John Shea and Emily Perkins. The film premiered in two parts on ABC on November 12 and 14, 1989.
Farrah Fawcett in "Murder in Texas" (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in "Murder in Texas" (Clip 2)
Murder in Texas is a 1981 television film starring Katharine Ross, Sam Elliott, Farrah Fawcett, and Andy Griffith. The film was directed by William Hale, and was based on a true story; that was written for the TV screen by John McGreevey. It first aired on television in two parts on Sunday and Monday May 3–4, 1981.
Farrah Fawcett in "Saturn 3" (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in "Saturn 3" (Clip 2)
Farrah Fawcett in "Saturn 3" (Clip 3)
Farrah Fawcett in "Saturn 3" (Clip 4)
Saturn 3 is a 1980 British science fiction film produced and directed by Stanley Donen, and starring Farrah Fawcett, Kirk Douglas and Harvey Keitel. The screenplay was written by Martin Amis, from a story by John Barry. Though a British production (made by Lew Grade's ITC Entertainment and shot at Shepperton Studios), the film has an American cast and director.
Farrah Fawcett in "Cannonball Run" (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in "Cannonball Run" (Clip 2)
Farrah Fawcett in "Cannonball Run" (Clip 3)
The Cannonball Run is a 1981 action comedy film. It was directed by Hal Needham, produced by Hong Kong's Golden Harvest films, and distributed by 20th Century Fox. Filmed in Panavision, it features an all-star ensemble cast, including Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, Roger Moore, Farrah Fawcett, Jackie Chan and Dean Martin. The film is based on the 1979 running of an actual cross-country outlaw road race in the United States, beginning in Connecticut and ending in California.
Farrah Fawcett in "The Cookout"
The Cookout is a 2004 American comedy film directed by Lance Rivera, written by Queen Latifah and Shakim Compere. The film introduces Quran Pender (credited as "Storm P") as Todd Anderson and stars Ja Rule, Tim Meadows, Jenifer Lewis, Meagan Good, Jonathan Silverman, Farrah Fawcett, Frankie Faison, Eve, Danny Glover, and a special appearance by Latifah.
Farrah Fawcett in "The Lovemaster" (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in "The Lovemaster" (Clip 2)
Standup comic Craig Shoemaker tells the therapist stories of his failed relationships with women (dates, wife etc.)
Farrah Fawcett in "The Burning Bed" Intro (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in "The Burning Bed" (Clip 2)
Farrah Fawcett in "The Burning Bed" VHS (Clip 3)
The Burning Bed is both a 1980 non-fiction book by Faith McNulty about battered housewife Francine Hughes, and a 1984 TV-movie adaptation written by Rose Leiman Goldemberg. The plot follows Hughes' trial for the murder of her husband, James Berlin "Mickey" Hughes, following her setting fire to the bed he was sleeping in at their Dansville, Michigan home on March 9, 1977, and thirteen years of physical domestic abuse at his hands.
Farrah Fawcett in "Baby" 2000 (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in "Baby" 2000 (Clip 2)
Baby is a 2000 made-for-television drama film starring Farrah Fawcett, Keith Carradine and an early performance from Alison Pill.
Farrah Fawcett in "Poor Little Rich Girl" (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in "Poor Little Rich Girl" (Clip 2)
Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story is a 1987 television biographical drama starring Farrah Fawcett. The film chronicles the life of Barbara Hutton, a wealthy but troubled American socialite. Released as both a Television film and a miniseries, the film won a Golden Globe Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film. Fawcett earned her fifth Golden Globe Award nomination, for Best Actress in a Miniseries of Television Film. Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story was based on C. David Heymann's Poor Little Rich Girl: The Life and Legend of Barbara Hutton.
Farrah Fawcett in "The Great American Beauty Contest"
The Great American Beauty Contest is a 1973 American satirical comedy–drama television film, starring JoAnna Cameron and featuring Eleanor Parker, Robert Cummings, Louis Jourdan and Farrah Fawcett in an early film appearance. It was directed by Robert Day and was originally shown on the ABC TV network in the United States on February 13, 1973.
Farrah Fawcett in "Good Sports"
Good Sports is an American sitcom television series that aired on the CBS network from January 10 to July 13, 1991, starring Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal. It was Fawcett's only scripted TV series after Charlie's Angels.
The show features the two main characters, Bobby Tannen (O'Neal), a once-famous former football player for the Green Bay Packers gone to seed and Gayle Roberts (Fawcett), an ex-Miss America, as mismatched anchors on an all-sports cable network, Mr. Downtown Bobby Tannen and Ms. Gayle Roberts. Bobby is a self-obsessed jock, constantly worried about himself and his image. Gayle is the more down to earth and level-headed of the two. Both characters were concerned with the ratings of their sports show, outwardly disliking each other but nonetheless mutually attracted.
Farrah Fawcett in "The Red Light Sting"
The Red-Light Sting is a 1984 American crime thriller television film directed by Rod Holcomb and written by Howard Berk, based on true events detailed in the February 2, 1981 New York magazine article "The Whorehouse Sting" by Henry Post. It stars Farrah Fawcett, Beau Bridges, and Harold Gould. It aired on CBS on April 5, 1984.
Farrah Fawcett Documentary - Farrah's Story (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett Documentary - Farrah's Story (Clip 2)
"Farrah's Story" chronicles Farrah Fawcett's two and a half year battle with cancer. Shot with her own video camera, the intensely intimate and emotional footage served as Farrah's video diary in which she not only shared her thoughts and feelings but also her treatments in the U.S. and the alternative therapies she sought in Germany.
NBC News' "Dateline", originally aired "Farrah's Story" on May 15, 2009, drawing in 9 million viewers. The show went on to be rerun numerous times, including this May 23, 2009 MSNBC broadcast.
Farrah Fawcett in "Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story" 1986 ABC Sunday Night Movie Intro
Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story is a 1986 American made-for-television biographical drama film, starring Farrah Fawcett in the title role, and Tom Conti. The film also stars Geraldine Page and Catherine Allégret.
Farrah Fawcett in "See You in the Morning"
See You in the Morning is a 1989 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Alan J. Pakula, and starring Jeff Bridges, Alice Krige and Farrah Fawcett. It features music by Nat King Cole and Cherri Red. The film's music was composed by Michael Small.
Farrah Fawcett in the "Apostle" (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in the "Apostle" (Clip 2)
The Apostle is a 1997 American drama film written and directed by Robert Duvall, who stars in the title role. John Beasley, Farrah Fawcett, Walton Goggins, Billy Bob Thornton, June Carter Cash, Miranda Richardson, and Billy Joe Shaver also appear. It was filmed on location in and around Saint Martinville and Des Allemands, Louisiana with some establishing shots done in the Dallas, Texas area by a second unit before principal photography began. The majority of the film was filmed in Sunset, Louisiana and Lafayette, Louisiana.
Farrah Fawcett in "Double Exposure: The Story of Margaret Bourke-White"
Double Exposure: The Story of Margaret Bourke-White is a 1989 made-for-television film biography about the life of photographer Margaret Bourke-White. The movie stars Farrah Fawcett as Bourke-White, Frederic Forrest, David Huddleston, Jay Patterson, Mitch Ryan. Portions of the movie were filmed in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana at Laurel Valley Sugar Plantation. Army ROTC members from Nicholls State University served as extras in the film.
Farrah Fawcett in "Myra Breckinridge"
Myra Breckinridge is a 1970 American comedy film based on Gore Vidal's 1968 novel of the same name. The film was directed by Michael Sarne, and featured Raquel Welch in the title role. It also starred John Huston as Buck Loner, Mae West as Leticia Van Allen, Farrah Fawcett, Rex Reed, Roger Herren, and Roger C. Carmel. Tom Selleck made his film debut in a small role as one of Leticia's "studs." Theadora Van Runkle was costume designer for the film, though Edith Head designed West's costumes.
Like the novel, the picture follows the exploits of Myra Breckinridge (née Myron), a transgender woman who has undergone a sex change operation. Claiming to be her own widow, she manipulates her uncle into giving her a position at his acting school, where she attempts to usurp Hollywood's social order by introducing femdom into the curriculum.
The picture was controversial for its sexual explicitness (including acts like female-on-male rape), but it, unlike the novel, received little to no critical praise and has been cited as one of the worst films ever made.
Farrah Fawcett in "Man of the House" (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in "Man of the House" (Clip 2)
Man of the House is a 1995 American comedy film starring Chevy Chase, Farrah Fawcett, and Jonathan Taylor Thomas. The film is about a boy (Thomas) who must come to terms with his potential stepfather (Chase), a well meaning lawyer who is unknowingly the subject of a manhunt by relatives of a man he helped land in prison. It was shot in Los Angeles, California and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Farrah Fawcett in the movie "Between Two Women" (Clip 1)
Farrah Fawcett in the movie "Between Two Women" (Clip 2)
Between Two Women is a 1986 television film starring Farrah Fawcett and Colleen Dewhurst in an emotional story about a relationship between a married woman and her mother-in-law.
Farrah Fawcett: Behind Closed Doors Trailer 2019
A famous head of hair, a legendary poster, and a starring role on "Charlie Angels" secured Farrah's place among the stars, but no amount of professional success could prepare the fearless risk-taker for a devastating cancer diagnosis.
Farrah Fawcett in "Children of the Dust"
Children of the Dust is an American Western television miniseries, based on Clancy Carlile's 1995 novel of the same name. Featuring an ensemble cast led by Sidney Poitier, Children of the Dust was originally broadcast by CBS on February 26 and 28, 1995.
Farrah Fawcett in "Dr. T and the Women"
Dr. T & The Women is a 2000 American romantic comedy film directed by Robert Altman, featuring an ensemble cast including Richard Gere as wealthy gynecologist Dr. Sullivan Travis ("Dr. T") and Helen Hunt, Farrah Fawcett, Laura Dern, Shelley Long, Tara Reid, Kate Hudson, and Liv Tyler as the various women that he encounters in his everyday life. The movie was primarily filmed in Dallas, Texas, and was released in US theaters on October 13, 2000. The film's music was composed by American composer and alternative country singer Lyle Lovett, who released an album of his score in September 2000.
Farrah Fawcett in "The Substitute Wife"
The Substitute Wife is a 1994 television film written by Stan Daniels, directed by Peter Werner and starring Farrah Fawcett, along with Lea Thompson and Peter Weller.
Farrah Fawcett in "Murder on Flight 502"
Murder on Flight 502 is a 1975 American made-for-television drama mystery thriller film directed by George McCowan. The film stars Robert Stack, Sonny Bono and Farrah Fawcett-Majors, along with an all-star ensemble television cast in supporting roles. It was inspired by the success of the Airport films.
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