A young couple discover that his father and her mother have been having a long-term affair and that they are half-siblings.
Still Breathing movie trailer - starring Brendan Fraser, Angus MacFadyen, Ann Magnuson, Joanna Going, Celeste Holm. Genre: Comedy
Warren G. Harding 1921-1923
Calvin Coolidge 1923-1929
Maggie ministers to the needs of the distraught Mrs. Harding (Celeste Holm) as gossip and scandal engulf the president (George Kennedy). The quiet dignity of President and Mrs. Coolidge (Ed Flanders and Lee Grant) is a welcome relief after the troubled Harding administration. Though Maggie urges her to reconsider, Lillian (Leslie Uggams) refuses to take a permanent job at the White House. Coolidge chooses not to run for a second term and is succeeded by the aloof Herbert Hoover (Larry Gates). As the Depression descends on the country, Lillian loses her job in a fashionable dress shop and reluctantly joins her mother at the White House.
William Howard Taft 1909-1913
Woodrow Wilson 1913-1921
Maggie Rogers (Olivia Cole) becomes a maid at the White House and is quickly consumed by the demands of the job. She is intimidated by the opulence and grandeur and by the demanding head housekeeper, Mrs. Jaffray (Cloris Leachman), who reminds Maggie that she is the first black woman to be allowed to serve in the family living quarters. Maggie cares for Mrs. Taft (Julie Harris) when the First lady is felled by a stroke. She is moved by the grief of President Wilson (Robert Vaughn) as the death of his first wife (Kim Hunter) and by Wilson's own struggle to hold the office after a stroke.
From the moment she glimpses her idol at the stage door, Eve Harrington (ANN BAXTER) is determined to take the reins of power away from the great actress Margo Channing (BETTE DAVIS). Eve maneuvers her way into Margo's Broadway role, becomes a sensation and even causes turmoil in the lives of Margo's director boyfriend (GARY MERRILL), her playwright (HUGH MARLOWE) and his wife (CELESTE HOLM). Only the cynical drama critic (Oscar winner GEORGE SANDERS) sees through Eve, admiring her audacity and perfect pattern of deceit. THELMA RITTER and MARILYN MONROE co-star in this acclaimed classic, which won six Academy Awards and received the most nominations (14) in film history.
Herbert Hoover 1929-1933
Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933-1945
As the Hoover administration comes to an end, Maggie collapses from exhaustion, but she refuses to follow doctor's orders to rest. The White House moves from gloom to gaiety as the vibrant and optimistic Franklin D. Roosevelt (John Anderson) and his wife, Eleanor (Eileen Heckart), settle in. FDR and Lillian, both victims of polio, establish a close bond. The friendly atmosphere encouraged by the Roosevelts is shattered by the attack on Pearl Harbor. As the U.S. enters World War II, the White House becomes a fortress with armed soldiers stationed throughout.
Seamy but entertaining account of the skeletons in the FBI founder's life. A zesty cast of veterans add spice to the scandalous and irresponsible dishing of America's great megalomaniacs. A guilty pleasure.
Laura Hobson's tale of a writer who poses as a Jew to research the subject of anti-Semitism. Daring winner of Best Picture Oscar!
Three wives in spats with their husbands receive a note from a former friend that she has run off with one of their spouses. Trapped on a boat for a day trip, the ladies recall the faults in their marriages and agonize over which one of them has been robbed of her husband in this Academy Award-winning film by Joseph L. Mankiewicz starring Celeste Holm and Kirk Douglas.
Heather (Sandra Dee) first with stage-mother Louise (Celeste Holm) in an elevator, then narrating her college career, then neighbor Dick (Bill Bixby) dropping by, in Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding, 1967.
Nichelle Nichols (Lieutenant Uhura!) is the first to help Heather (Sandra Dee) as she applies for a job with hot-shot executive Wycliff (George Hamilton), making his first appearance in Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding, 1967.
Lana Turner is called upon to emote in her second-to-last movie, when she realizes that the new husband (Scott Hylands) her daughter (Meredith Baxter) has brought home must be the son of her one-time lover, her husband (Robert Alda) not in the loop, in Bittersweet Love, 1976.
Nutty 60's comic opening leading to three suitors (Bill Bixby, Dwayne Hickman, Dick Kallman) rushing pregnant Sandra Dee, and her mother Celeste Holm, to the hospital, in Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding, 1967.
Hollywood vets start appearing now, as about-to-marry Patricia (Meredith Baxter) and Michael (Scott Hylands) meet his parents (Celest Holm, Robert Lansing) in Canada, then we meet her parents (Lana Turner, Robert Alda), not in time for the wedding, in Bittersweet Love, 1976.
She was best known for her role in 'Gentlemen's Agreement,' the 1947 film for which she won Best Supporting Actress.
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