An elderly woman with Alzheimer's is abused, triggering memories from her childhood.
Tom, Dick And Harry movie trailer - starring Ginger Rogers, Burgess Meredith, Jane Seymour, George Murphy, Alan Marshal, Joe Cunningham. Directed by Garson Kanin. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger movie trailer - starring Jane Seymour, Patrick Wayne, Taryn Power, Margaret Whiting, Patrick Troughton. Directed by Sam Wanamaker. Genre: Action-Adventure
Jane Seymour spills on her DWTS experience
Celebrity dancers Jane Seymour and Drew Lachey, judge Bruno Tonioli, and professional dancers Derek and Julianne Hough debate the difficulty differences between the male and female dance roles.
Lisa Marie Presley shares what Elvis might have thought of her today. Then, Jane Seymour talks about falling for her co-star and takes us inside her 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman' closet. Plus, Adam Ant talks candidly about his childhood connection to Sir Paul McCartney.
Executive producer Conrad Green, judge Bruno Tonioli, celebrity dancer Jane Seymour, and professional dancers Julianne and Derek Hough talk about the costumes that are worn: how great and horrid and unique they are.
Miss Brazil explains her position on war.
Celebrating an amazing year with Miss Universe 2009.
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Touching Wild Horses movie trailer - starring Jane Seymour, Mark Rendall, Jay Hickman, Gloria Slade, James McGowan, Danielle Bouffard. Directed by Eleanor Lindo. Genre: Drama
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman clip - starring Jane Seymour, Shawn Toovey, Chad Allen, Orson Bean, Joe Lando, Jim Knobeloch.
Though they might be fooled by her delicate exterior, criminals underestimate Agatha Christie's mild-mannered spinster sleuth at their peril! In the expert care of acclaimed actress Geraldine McEwan (Vanity Fair, The Magdalene Sisters), the beloved Miss Marple takes on new vibrance as a "worldly lady with a past, full of fun and mischief" (London Times).
In her golden years, Miss Marple blends into the scenery of her elegant surroundings. All the better to observe the foibles of human nature that lead to evil-- and to surprise one and all when she solves crimes that baffle the professionals. Rich with period detail, these all-new adaptations feature stellar supporting casts, including Richard E. Grant, Amanda Burton, Eileen Atkins, Saffron Burrows, Greg Wise, Martine McCutcheon, Francesca Annis, Peter Davison, Jane Seymour, and Juliet Stevenson.
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