An ex-schoolteacher is asked by the police to help locate a missing heiress. Eve Arden ... Hildegarde Withers James Gregory ... Oscar Piper Julie Newmar ... Aleatha Westering Ray Danton ... Capt. Westering Dennis Rucker ... Al Fister Pat Morita ... Delmar Faulkenstein Ezra Stone ... Judge Woodrow Parfrey ... Eberhardt Skye Aubrey ... Lenore Gregory Bob Hastings ... Malloy Robert Easton ... Onofre Sherry Bain ... Eve Granger Udana Power ... Mariette Dwan Smith ... Ora Linda Gillen ... Bernadine Toller (as Linda Gillin)
After a passenger ship sinks, a ship's officer must decide which passengers in an overcrowded lifeboat must be sacrificed so the rest can survive an approaching typhoon. There is a earlier version of this film (and better quality) I have uploaded. https://youtu.be/i9F87devk_g
Four elderly ladies with a lot of time on their hands get the idea to create a fictional "girl" for a computer dating service. However, things take a turn for the worse when their description of the "girl" attracts a psychopath. Helen Hayes ... Sophie Tate Curtis Vince Edwards ... Mal Weston Myrna Loy ... Evelyn Tryon Mildred Natwick ... Shelby Saunders Sylvia Sidney ... Elizabeth Gibson John Beradino ... Det. Hallum Larry D. Mann ... Police Sergeant Lutz Barbara Davis ... Brenda Paul Smith ... Cutler Gary Vinson ... Jonas Diane Shalet ... Ruth Mellon Nora Denney ... Trudy (as Dodo Denney) Patrecia Wynand ... Hostess Leonidas Ossetynski ... Florist John Mitchum ... Mr. Tubbs
Eve Arden, Sally Field and John Davidson star in the 1974 sitcom episode, "The Greening of Aunt Fran," co-starring William Windom, Jack Sheldon and Zohra Lambert.
A million-dollar cast was assembled for this high-gloss TV movie. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Rosalind Russell play a pair of ageing con artists, plying their trade with the members of a lonely hearts club managed by Maureen O'Sullivan. Complicating the schemes of the tricky duo is the presence of a mystery killer who preys upon wealthy widows. Advertised as "A Delightful Tale of Murder", The Crooked Hearts was based on the novel Miss Lonelyhearts 4122 by Colin Watson. The film proved to be the last screen appearance of Rosalind Russell, who fell ill shortly after its telecast and died three years later. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. ... Rex Willoughby Rosalind Russell ... Laurita Dorsey Ross Martin ... Sergeant Daniel Shine Michael Murphy ... Frank Adamic Maureen O'Sullivan ... Lillian Stanton Kent Smith ... James Simpson Dick Van Patten ... Edward, the desk clerk Patrick Campbell ... Taxi driver Liam Dunn ... Writer Penny Marshall ... Waitress Kenneth Tobey ... Fisherman Bill Zuckert ... Security guard