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Scarlett (13-Nov-1994)

Director: John Erman

Writer: William Hanley

From novel: Scarlett by Alexandra Ripley

Keywords: Romantic Drama

TV miniseries in eight parts.

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Ann-Margret
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28-Apr-1941   Carnal Knowledge
Barbara Barrie
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23-May-1931   Mrs. Barney Miller
Sean Bean
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17-Apr-1959   Boromir in Lord of the Rings
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16-Feb-1935   The School for Wives
Betsy Blair
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11-Dec-1923 13-Mar-2009 Marty
Stephen Collins
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1-Oct-1947   Rev. Eric Camden on 7th Heaven
Timothy Dalton
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21-Mar-1944   Played James Bond briefly
John Gielgud
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14-Apr-1904 21-May-2000 Prospero's Books
Annabeth Gish
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13-Mar-1971   Monica Reyes on The X Files
Charles Gray
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29-Aug-1928 7-Mar-2000 Ernst Stavro Blofeld
George Grizzard
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Garrick Hagon
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Julie Harris
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2-Dec-1925 24-Aug-2013 East of Eden
David Kelly
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11-Jul-1929 12-Feb-2012 Waking Ned
Melissa Leo
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14-Sep-1960   Sgt. Kay Howard on Homicide
Colm Meaney
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30-May-1953   Transporter Chief O'Brien in Star Trek: TNG
Esther Rolle
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8-Nov-1920 17-Nov-1998 Florida Evans on Good Times
Jean Smart
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13-Sep-1959   Charlene on Designing Women
Dorothy Tutin
Actor
8-Apr-1930 6-Aug-2001 Savage Messiah
Joanne Whalley
Actor
25-Aug-1964   Willow
Elizabeth Wilson
Actor
4-Apr-1921   The Graduate
Paul Winfield
Actor
22-May-1941 7-Mar-2004 Jim in the 1974 Huckleberry Finn

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