Louise Sorel and Peggy McCay discuss one of their favorite actors to work with on the show and more!
Inferior follow-up in which a madman with a bomb sneaks aboard the maiden flight of a commercial space shuttle. Another ensemble of mostly forgotten television stars!
A nanny with a grudge (Lynn Redgrave) kidnaps the son of her boss, a gangster (Victor Mature) in Every Little Crook and Nanny (1972).
Jerry Lewis is a houseboy who creates chaos at a Hollywood hotel for aspiring actresses in The Ladies Man (1961).
This special behind-the-scenes look at Survivors features exclusive interviews with cast and crew, and provides viewers a glimpse of what this captivating series has in store.
The Days' Insider sits down and talks to Louise Sorel, John Aniston, and Suzanne Rogers at the 2010 Day of Days fan event.
A New York hotel room is the setting for three stories of romantic squabbles in Neil Simon's Plaza Suite (1971) starring Walter Matthau.
Middle-aged Karen (Maureen Stapleton) and Sam (Walter Matthau) at the Plaza Hotel, their conversation growing grittier, in the first vignette of Plaza Suite, 1971, from Neil Simon's play and screenplay.
Nervous New Jersey mom Muriel (Barbara Harris) arrives at the Plaza Hotel, visiting high school flame Jesse (Walter Matthau), now a movie producer, looking for a tryst, the second vignette from Neil Simon's Plaza Suite, 1971.
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