Eric interviews Jack Nicholson and John Kilduff.
Elvira re-introduces the world to Jack Nicholson's first starring role in "The Terror" where a young officer follows a suspicious woman to the castle of a mysterious Baron.
Get ready to rumble as Todd Bridges, Tonya Harding and the rest of our celebrity cast take down 20 of World's Dumbest Brawlers.? With girl-on-girl catfights, a showdown between snowboarders and skiers, and a rush hour fender-bender that leads to fisticuffs in the middle of a busy highway.? Plus, D-lister Danny Bonaduce returns to the boxing ring, and A-lister Jack Nicholson nearly assaults the paparazzi.? It all adds up to a knockout hour of television.
William Shatner is on the judge's bench. George W. Bush resigns, saying the job of President just isn't right for him. Bill Clinton talks women into taking their pants off and Jack Nicholson hawks his own version of a workout video.
In 1977, aspiring actress Christa Helm, who appeared in television shows such as "Wonder Woman" and "Starsky & Hutch," was found stabbed and bludgeoned to death in front of her agent's house. Now, 31 years after the case went cold, Helm's daughter and investigators sort through a twisted web of sex, celebrity and possible blackmail in the hopes of finally finding her killer.
Helm was the classic small-town girl with big Hollywood dreams. Armed with her model-looks, the seductive blond left Milwaukee, Wis., and her daughter, eventually making her way to Hollywood. A fixture in the L.A. party scene, Helm was rubbing elbows with the rich and famous. Never at a loss for male attention, she kept company with a who's who of A-list actors and musicians including Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson, Mick Jagger and even the Shah of Iran.
In what many suspect was groundwork for blackmail, Helm kept a diary and even tape recordings of her star-studded sexcapades, both of which mysteriously disappeared after her murder. But Helm's sex life was not limited to celebrities. A special cold case squad recently uncovered a long string of boyfriends and girlfriends that Helm had left in her wake, sometimes having multiple affairs at the same time and possibly breeding jealousy among those involved.
With many of Helm's friends now dead or missing, and other insiders refusing to talk, the case has hit numerous dead ends. Among those declining to speak with police is Tony Sirico, better known for his role as Paulie Walnuts on "The Sopranos," who investigators believe may have some useful information.
Despite these obstacles, Helm's daughter and authorities remain undeterred in their quest for answers. Was Helm in over her head, murdered to shut her up? Was she the victim of a jealous lover? Or, was this simply a case of robbery?
48 Hours correspondent Maureen Maher reports.
A Hour-Long Dialogue With Actor And Filmmaker Sean Penn. Penn Talks About His Third Time Directing A Film, The Pledge, Starring Jack Nicholson As A Retired Detective Who Seeks To Solve A Murder Case. He Also Discusses Some Of His Memorable Acting Roles And Relationship With His Wife, Robin Wright Penn.
Leonardo DiCaprio vs. Jack Nicholson, John Tesh vs. David Hasselhoff, Al Pacino vs. Robert DeNiro, Paul Hogan vs. Mel Gibson, Antonio Banderas vs. Cheech Marin, Tom Hanks vs. Sean Penn, Hugh Grant vs. All-Comers, Nicolas Cage vs. John Travolta, Nick Nolte vs. Eddie Murphy, Macaulay Culkin vs. Haley Joel Osment,
Oscar-winner Helen Hunt hosts this 1997 Christmas episode, with cameo appearances by Jack Nicholson and 15 MLB stars. Selected sketches include "Fun With Real Audio," "Baseball Dreams," "Roxbury Guys" and "A Burt Reynolds Christmas."
Oscar-winner Helen Hunt (As Good As It Gets) hosts, with cameo appearances by Jack Nicholson and fifteen MLB stars.
Helen Hunt - December 13, 1997: Oscar-winner Helen Hunt hosts this 1997 Christmas episode, with cameo appearances by Jack Nicholson and fifteen MLB stars.
Aunt Bee, summoned for jury duty, disagrees with fellow jurors on her first case.