The Lee Remick Collection

Days of Wine & Roses
    Starring: Lee Remick, Jack Lemmon & Jack Klugman

Boy (with drinking problem) meets girl (with addiction to chocolate). They fall in love, get married and have a beautiful baby girl. But the picture perfect family is anything but perfect. Joe has introduced his wife Kristen to the "pleasures" of drinking and soon both are confirmed alcoholics. An absorbing, frightening study of the insidiousness of addiction.

The Detective
    Starring: Lee Remick & Frank Sinatra

Story of big city cops solving a homosexual murder and an apparent suicide. While all this is going on an aging sergeant watches his marriage to a cheap slut go down the tubes as he fights his own moral battles and city hall to boot. True to life movie.

Experiment in Terror
    Starring: Lee Remick, Glenn Ford & Stefanie Powers

Kelly Sherwood is terrorized by a man with an asthmatic voice who plans to use her to steal $100,000 from the bank where she works. He threatens to kill her teenage sister Toby, if she tells the police. However she manages to contact F.B.I. agent Ripley.

A Good Sport
    Starring: Lee Remick & Ralph Waite

A Classic Made for TV Movie. A sports columnist and a fashion-magazine editor try to develop a close friendship without allowing sex to intrude.

The Halleujah Trail
    Starring: Lee Remick, Burt Lancaster, Donald Pleasence,
                         Brian Keith & Martin Landau

A wagon train heads for Denver with a cargo of whisky for the miners. Chaos ensues as the Temperance League, the US cavalry, the miners and the local Indians all try to take control of the valuable cargo.

Hard Contract
      Starring: Lee Remick, James Coburn, Burgess Meredith
                        & Karen Black

A cold hearted American hit man goes to Europe for 'one last score'. His encounter with a beautiful young woman casts self doubt on his lifeblood, and influences him to resist carrying out the contract.

Hustling
    Starring: Lee Remick, Jill Claybaugh & Alex Rocco

Based on Gail Sheey's book, this film chronicles how a reporter for a New York City magazine decided to investigate the city's prostitution industry to find out just who was making all the money. What she found out caused a firestorm of controversy that many of the city's richest and most powerful families and corporations benefited directly and indirectly from the illegal sex business.

Passport to Terror (aka Dark Holiday ) 
    Starring: Lee Remick, Norman Aleandro
                    &
Tony Goldwyn
 

An American woman decides to take a break after a difficult divorce, but her holiday in Turkey turns into a nightmare when she is wrongfully accused of smuggling antiques. Based on a true story.

The Running Man
    Starring: Lee Remick & Laurence Harvey

Hard up and with a grudge against insurance companies, Rex Black feigns his death and meets up with his wife and the money in Malaga when things seemed to have quieted down. But when the insurance investigator from the claim also turns up Rex starts a game of cat-and-mouse.

Sanctuary
    Starring: Lee Remick, Yves Montand
                        & Bradford Dillman

Combining elements from William Faulkner's novel Sanctuary, its sequel Requiem for a Nun and a stage adaptation of Requiem for a Nun by Ruth Ford, director Tony Richardson's film set in 1920s Mississippi and recounts the story of Temple Drake , a young lustful white woman who falls for a man who rapes her, only to marry another when she is told that her lover has died. The story is told as a flashback in an attempt to explain what lead to the film's present in which a black maid is on trial for the murder of Temple's baby.

These Thousand Hills
    Starring: Lee Remick, Richard Egan & Don Murray

Don Murray plays Latt Evans, an ambitious cowboy who puts himself in the fast lane for success in Montana's cattle country. There is a very good supporting cast in this story with Stuart Whitman as his friend, Albert Dekker as a banker and Patricia Owens as the banker's niece. Lee Remick plays her usual strong role as Callie, another friend of Evans. Richard Egan plays an uncharacteristically villainous role and does it pretty well.

The Wheeler Dealers
    Starring: Lee Remick, James Garner, Chill Wills,
                    Phil Harris, Jim Backus & John Astin
 

Big time Texas Wheeler Dealer (Ivy league educated, but plays dumb) runs out of money and goes to NYC to raise 1.5 million. Great cast, romantic sub plot, and shows how knowing the tax code can make you rich!! A great movie for entrepreneurs to learn from

Wild River
    Starring: Lee Remick & Montgomery Clift

A young field administrator for the TVA comes to rural Alabama to oversee the building of a dam on the Tennessee River. He encounters opposition from the local people, in particular a farmer who objects to his employment of local black laborers. Much of the plot revolves around the eviction of an elderly woman from her home on an island in the River, and the young man's love affair with that woman's widowed granddaughter.


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