Televison + Film

Along Came Polly

(2004) Reuben Feffer (Ben Stiller) has made a fine life-and a good career-out of playing it safe. The star risk assessor for a leading insurance firm, Reuben is an expert on minimizing danger – nothing ventured, nothing lost. Polly Prince (Jennifer Aniston) plays her life like a game of chance, taking joy from the serendipity that a rolling stone existence […]

Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer

(2000) Based upon the hit song of the same name, the all new GRANDMA GOT RUN OVER BY A REINDEER is a wacky, outrageous, and heartwarming holiday adventure for the whole family. When his beloved Grandma is missing on Christmas Eve, young Jake Spakenheimer goes on the misadventure of a lifetime to find his grandma, save the family store from […]

Murder on Shadow Mountain

(1999) This harrowing, murder mystery, suggested by actual events, tells the story of a woman whose idyllic family life is shattered when her husband is accused of murder and she is left to track down the evidence that might set him free. Barbara Traynor (Michele Lee) is a loving wife and mother whose family life is nearly perfect. But then, […]

Scandalous Me: The Jacqueline Susann Story

(1998) For Jacqueline Susann, excess was the norm. She lived a life most people only dreamt about. She basked in the spotlight, and reveled in the glitz and glamour that made her a pop icon in the 60’s and 70’s. On the surface, Susann had it all, but her life was far from perfect. Beneath the facade she was tormented […]

Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac

(1997) Part One: The mini-series opens up when recently unemployed factory workers turn to Mack MacKenzie for help in suing Greg Sumner for wrongful termination. When Sumner bought the factory from Gary Ewing, he fired everyone regardless of the written agreement he signed promising not to close the factory. The agreement, however, is in a box somewhere in the Ewing […]

Color Me Perfect

(1996) In 1996, Michele Lee became the first woman to produce, write direct and star in an original motion picture for television. “Color Me Perfect” is the story of a free-spirited, childlike woman with limited intelligence who is chosen for a groundbreaking genetic experiment to improve her mental capacity. Amidst controversy, the woman becomes a genius and her life is […]

Big Dreams & Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story

(1995) Michele Lee stars as Dottie West in the 1995 Emmy-nominated CBS Sunday Night Movie “Big Dreams & Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story.” The immensely entertaining dramatic saga spanned 40 years and inventively tells of the colorful, ill-fated Grammy-winning performer who influenced generations of country music artists. Dottie brought glamour and sizzle to country music and challenged the traditions […]

Broadway Bound

(1992) With “Broadway Bound,” Neil Simon completes the coming-of-age comedy trilogy that began with “Biloxi Blues” and “Brighton Beach Memoirs” in hilarious, all-star fashion. Corey Parker stars as Eugene Jerome, an aspiring writer who finds a world of humor in the passions and pain of this Brooklyn family: Anne Bancroft (“The Graduate,” “Torch Song Trilogy”) and Jerry Orbach (“Dirty Dancing,” […]

When No One Would Listen

(1992) Based on a true story, Jessica has been married to her controlling husband Gary for years. The abuse only gets worse when she gets a job at a bakery and makes two really caring friends: her co-worker and neighbor Lee, and her boss Walter.

My Son Johnny

(1991) Widow Marianne Cortino is the proud mother of two perfect sons: the sensitive and hardworking Anthony, and his older brother Johnny, a charming and fast-talking success in Los Angeles. But the family lie is far from perfect. Marianne refuses to recognize that Anthony’s childhood has been destroyed by a vicious campaign of physical and mental brutality at the hands […]

The Fatal Image

(1990) Danger lurks in the shadows of conspiracy as a mother and daughter become involved in a foreign web of murder and deceit. While vacationing in Paris, Pauline and Glinda Brennan (Michele Lee, Justine Bateman) accidentally capture the murder of a young man on video. When the two enlist the help of an International Affairs officer to help identify the […]

Single Women, Married Men

(1989) Love and marriage go hand in hand, of course they do. But what happens if you’re holding hands with somebody else’s husband? Susan Parmel (Michele Lee) was devastated when she found out that her husband was having an affair. How could he… he was a married man? Left with no alternative, she divorced him. But that was only half […]

A Letter to Three Wives

(1985) Joseph Mankiewicz’s 1949 Oscar winner is updated to 1985 in a sizzling story that dissects three marriages and finds that each one is questionable. As three wives board a boat for a daylong charity cruise, they are handed a letter from a mutual friend, Addie Ross, saying that she is running off with one of heir husbands. The wives, […]

Knots Landing

(1979-1993) A popular nighttime television series, Knots Landing followed the adventures of five families living in a small California community: Gary and Valene Ewing, relatives to the popular Ewing clan of Dallas; Sid and Karen Fairgate, their all-American neighbors; Richard and Laura Avery; Kenny and Ginger Ward, a newlywed couple; and divorcee Abby Cunningham, Sid’s scheming sister.

Nutcracker Fantasy

(1979) Michele Lee narrates the puppet animation tale of the Tchaikovsky’s classic Nutcracker story of a heroic mouse struggling to rescue a sleeping princess. Other voices include: Melissa Gilbert, Lurene Tuttle, Jo Ann Worley, Dick Van Patten, Roddy McDowall, and Eva Gabor.

Bud and Lou

(1978) Bud and Lou follows Abbott and Costello from their modest start in Vaudeville through their early radio success and, ultimately, to their triumph as motion picture and television starts. Bud and Lou shares the most hilarious moments, including the classic radio broadcast of “Who’s on First?” and unforgettable scenes from their hit movies. You’ll feel the heartbreak they endured, […]

The Comic

(1968) Share a nostalgic look at Hollywood’s Golden Age. Dick Van Dyke will make you laugh and cry as The Comic, Carl Reiner’s bittersweet tribute to the legendary silent funnymen. In the 1920s, Billy Bright (Van Dyke) rises to super-stardom making hilarious comedies with Cockeye (Mickey Rooney) and leading lady Mary Gibson (Michele Lee). The brash comic steals Mary away […]

How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Film)

(1967) Big business means big laughs as Robert Morse schemes and scams his way to the top in this bold and bawdy musical that celebrates the Great American Corporate Way – and lampoons it at the same time. With musical supervision by the legendary Nelson Riddle (Pal Joey), this tune-filled comic gem is a goldmine of great Frank Loesser (Guys […]

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