LOUISE FLETCHER'S MOVIES,
TELEVISION AND STAGE WORK

[One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest] [Exorcist II] [Strange Invaders] [Deep Space Nine] [High School High] [Brainstorm] [Cheap Detective]
[Islands] [VR5] [Mama Dracula] [Shadowzone] [Giorgino] [Firestarter] [Mulholland Falls]


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MOVIES, TELEFILMS, AND RECURRING TV ROLES

The Home (2015)
   With Brian Cox, Cloris Leachman, Fionnula Flanagan, Edward Asner, Louis Gossett Jr., directed by Kristoffer Aaron Morgan. Horrors haunt the residents of a secluded nursing home.
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A Perfect Man (2013) ... Abbie
   With Joelle Carter, Katie Carr, directed by Kees Van Oostrum. Filming in Amsterdam.
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And Out, Into the Bright Blue Sky (2012)
   With Melanie Chartoff, Philip Eisner, Meredith Kitz, directed by Dean Harada. A meditation on loss, memory, and joy in three parts.
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Of Two Minds (2012) ... Aunt Will
   With Kristin Davis, Tammy Blanchard, directed by Jim O'Hanlon. A woman accepts her mother's dying wish to take care of her younger sister.
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Shameless (2011) ... Peg Gallagher
   With William H. Macy, Emmy Rossum, Ethan Cutkosky. The children of an alcoholic try to cope with their father.
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Cassadaga (2011) ... Claire
   With Kevin Alejandro, Rus Blackwell, Lucius Baston, directed by Anthony DiBlasi. A deaf girl at a seance connects with the ghost of a murdered woman.
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Mistaken Identity (2011)
   With Carl Bowman, Jeb Bradbury, Robert Christopher Brown, directed by Caleb Taylor and Ramona Taylor. Short. A petty thief learns that he has mugged the mother of a Mafia don.
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The Genesis Code (2009) ... Ellen Taylor
   With Lance Henriksen, Catherine Hicks, Ernest Borgnine, directed by C. Thomas Howell. A college hockey player and journalism student struggle with their faith and scientific beliefs.
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A Dennis the Menace Christmas (2007) ... Mrs. Wilson
   With Maxwell Perry Cotton, Robert Wagner, Michael Lerner, directed by Ron Oliver. The adventures of the popular young miscreant.
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The Last Sin Eater (2007) ... Miz Elda
   With Henry Thomas, Peter Wingfield, directed by Michael Landon Jr. A 10-year-old learns a secret about her hometown and faith in Appalachia in the 1800s.
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Me and Luke (2006) ... Glennie
   With Kristopher Turner, Philip Akin, Lindsay Ames, directed by Eleanor Lindo. A young father sees the baby his girlfriend has already decided to give up for adoption and wants to keep the child.
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Fat Rose and Squeaky (2005) ... Bonnie
   With Cicely Tyson, Julie Brown, Lea DeLaria, directed by Sam Irvin. After 50 years of friendship, two women continue to reveal old secrets.
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Aurora Borealis (2005) ... Ruth Shorter
   With Joshua Jackson, Juliette Lewis, Donald Sutherland, directed by James Burke. A troubled young man struggles to right himself after the premature death of his father.
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Finding Home (2005) ... Esther
   With Genevieve Bujold, Lisa Brenner, Justin Henry, Misha Collins, Johnny Messner, Sherri Saum, Jason Miller, written and directed by Lawrence D. Foldes. A young woman inherits her grandmother's inn in Maine along with some life-changing secrets. Filmed in Deer Isle, Maine.
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Dancing In Twilight (Inmates of the Heart) (2004) ... Evelyn
   With Erick Avari, Mimi Rogers, Kal Penn, directed by Bob Roe. A man struggles with the disintegration of his American dream.
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Clipping Adam (2004) ... Grammy
   With Chris Eigeman, Robert Pine, Bryan Burke, Kevin Sorbo, written and directed by Michael Picchiottino. Adam struggles with family tragedy, everyday teenage growing pains, and the very real threat of high school hazing.
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A Time To Remember (2004) (TV) ... Billy Calhoun
   With Dana Delany, Megan Gallagher, directed by John Putch. Filming in California for television.
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Manna From Heaven (2003) ... Mother Superior
   With Shirley Jones, Cloris Leachman, Seymour Cassel, Shelley Duvall, directed by Gabrielle and Maria Burton. A comedy about a gift from God that turns out to be only a loan.
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AFI's 100 Years...100 Heroes & Villains (2003) (TV) ... Herself
   Directed by Gary Smith. America's greatest screen characters, as discussed by their creators.
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The Making of 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' (2002) ... Herself
   With Danny DeVito, Chrstopher Lloyd, Michael Douglas, Milos Forman. Included on the two-disc special edition DVD release of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
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Dial 9 for Love (Men Are Dogs) (2001) ... Abbie
   With Jeanne Tripplehorn, Liev Schreiber. Directed by Kees Van Oostrum. A woman dials a wrong number and reaches her estranged husband.
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Upcoming Movies

Touched by a Killer (2001) ... Judge Erica Robertson
   With Erin Gray, James Wilder. Learning that a condemned prisoner was convicted on circumstantial evidence, a journalist fights to free him.
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After Image (Seeing in the Dark) (2000) .... Aunt Cora
   With John Mellencamp, directed by Robert Manganelli. A crime-scene photographer falls in love with a clairvoyant.
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Silver Man (2000) ... Val
   With Paul Popowich, Joe Pantoliano, Daniel Baldwin, directed by Peter Foldy. A street performer fights a pathological man for his girlfriend's love.
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More Dogs Than Bones (2000) ... Iva Doll
   With Glenn Shadix, Kevin Weisman, Peter Coyote, Whoopi Goldberg, Joe Mantegna, Mercedes Ruehl, directed by Michael Browning. A group of hapless youths from downtown Los Angeles accidentally get involved with a gang of professional mobsters.
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Very Mean Men (2000) ... Katherine Mulroney
   With Charles Durning, Ben Gazzara, Martin Landau, Matthew Modine, Burt Young, directed by Tony Vitale. An action comedy about a bartender who concocts a story about two crime families who start a turf war after one boss eats at the other's restaurant and steals a tip.
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Big Eden (2000) ... Grace Cornwell
   With Arye Gross, Eric Schweig, Tim DeKay, directed by Thomas Bezucha. A gay New York artist returns to a small town in Montana to help an ailing relative.
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The Contract (1999) ... Grandma Collins
   With Jennifer Lambert, Jeff Fahey, directed by Stephen R. Monroe. A pair of cops on the trail of a murderer.
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Official Michael Worth web site

A Map Of The World (1999) ... Nellie Goodwin
   With Sigourney Weaver, David Strathairn, directed by Scott Elliott. Produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall, the film adaptation of Jane Hamilton's best-selling novel about a nurse accused of child abuse.
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Time Served (1999) ... Warden Mildred Renicke
   With Jeff Fahey, Catherine Oxenberg, directed by Lee Frost and Glen Pitre. When a woman goes to prison for her husband's murder in order to protect her guilty son, one of her jailers forces the inmates into prostitution.
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The Devil's Arithmetic (1999) (TV) ... Aunt Eva
   With Kirsten Dunst, directed by Donna Deitch, produced by Dustin Hoffman and Mimi Rogers. On Passover, an apathetic young Jewish girl opens the door for the Prophet Elijah and finds herself living decades earlier as the Nazis close in on her village.
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Cruel Intentions (1999) ... Aunt Helen Rosemond
   With Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Philippe, directed by Roger Kumble. A pair of rich, pampered siblings make a bet: if he can deflower the headmaster's daughter, his stepsister will sleep with him, but if he fails, she gets his car.
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Love Kills (1998) ... Alena Heiss
   With Lesley Ann Warren, Daniel Baldwin, Donovan Leitch, Alexis Arquette, written/directed by Mario Van Peebles. A story of cons and treachery inside a Beverly Hills mansion where a widowed, fading actress falls for a smooth-talking New Age masseur.
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Breast Men (1997) (TV) ... Mrs. Saunders
   With David Schwimmer, Chris Cooper, directed by Lawrence O'Neil. Texas surgeons invent silicone implants and greedily proceed to get rich.
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Sins of the Mind (1997) (TV) ... Dr. Anna Bingham
   With Jill Clayburgh, Mike Farrell, directed by James Frawley. Following a car accident, a young woman's control centers are damaged and she becomes a sex addict.
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Gone Fishin' (1997) (uncredited) ... Restaurant Owner
   With Joe Pesci, Danny Glover, directed by Christopher Cain. Two slobs on a fishing vacation suffer through disasters both natural and manmade.
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American Perfekt (1997)
   With Robert Forster, Fairuza Balk, directed by Paul Chart. Fletcher's scenes unfortunately ended up on the cutting room floor of this quirky tale of a psychiatrist on the road.
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Love To Kill (The Girl Gets Moe) (1997) ... Gloria
   With Tony Danza, directed by James Bruce. A revenge thriller in which a double date ends in tragedy.
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Heartless (1997) (TV) ... Lydia McGuffey
   With Madchen Amick, directed by Judith Vogelsang. After receiving a heart transplant, a young woman leaves her aunt's home to find the family who donated the heart - landing herself in the middle of a murder investigation.
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Married To a Stranger (1997) (TV) ... Nana
   With Jaclyn Smith, Robert Clohessy, directed by Sidney J. Furie. A woman hits her head and wakes with amnesia -- forgetting that she has a husband and teenage daughter, and wanting to pursue her love of painting.
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High School High (1996) ... Evelyn Doyle
   With Jon Lovitz, directed by Hart Bochner. A sensitive teacher tries to help a bunch of under-challenged students at Marion Barry High School.
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Mulholland Falls (1996) (uncredited) ... Esther
   With Nick Nolte, Melanie Griffith, Chazz Palminteri, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, Treat Williams, Jennifer Connelly, Daniel Baldwin, John Malkovich, directed by Lee Tamahori. An L.A. war-era drama about a murder, a nuclear secret, and a cop who's personally involved.
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2 Days in the Valley (1996) ... Evelyn
   With Danny Aiello, Jeff Daniels, Glenne Headly, Peter Horton, Marsha Mason, Paul Mazursky, James Spader, Eric Stoltz, Charlize Theron, Teri Hatcher, directed by John Herzfeld. A mild-mannered hit man is hired to assist a ruthless killer and a bunch of interesting characters get involved in the ensuing investigation.
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Edie & Pen (1996) ... Judge
   With Stockard Channing, Jennifer Tilly, directed by Matthew Irmas, written by Victoria Tennant. Two women meet in Reno after getting quick divorces and find out that they have a lot in common in terms of their experiences with men.
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Frankenstein and Me (1996) ... Mrs. Perdue
   With Burt Reynolds, directed by Robert Tinnell. A twelve-year-old who has lost his father and whose teacher thinks he should be in reform school tries to animate a carnival dummy.
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The Stepford Husbands (1996) (TV) ... Mariam Benton
   With Donna Mills, directed by Fred Walton. A young couple move to a town where the women have conspired to drug and control their husbands into becoming perfect men.
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Virtuosity (1995) ... Commissioner Elizabeth Deane
   With Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe, Kelly Lynch, directed by Brett Leonard. In a future overrun by crime, the police use virtual reality to train their law enforcement officers.
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VR.5 (1995) (TV Series) ... Nora Bloom
   With Lori Singer. A young woman who has lost both her parents to tragedy struggles to understand virtual reality technology which she has a rare ability to control.
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Someone Else's Child (1994) (TV) ... Faye
   With Lisa Hartman, Bruce Davison, directed by John Power. A woman discovers that the son she raised was not the child she gave birth to, and struggles for custody of both.
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Giorgino (1994) ... Innkeeper
   With Jeff Dahlgren, Joss Ackland, Jean-Pierre Aumont, directed by Laurent Boutonnat. A World War II drama.
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The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Nicholson (1994) (TV)
   The 22nd American Film Institute Life Achievement Award tribute to the multiple Oscar winning actor.
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The Haunting of Seacliff Inn (1994) (TV) ... Dorothy O'Hara
   With Ally Sheedy, directed by Walter Klenhard. A young couple buy a house with the intention of turning it into a bed and breakfast, but mysterious forces from the past disturb their plans.
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Return to Two Moon Junction (1994) ... Belle Delongpre
   With John Clayton Schafer, Mindy Clarke, directed by Farhad Mann. April's little sister Savannah, a New York supermodel, returns to her hometown in rural Georgia where she encounters Jake, a local sculptor who makes her his model and lover.
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Tollbooth (1994) ... Lillian
   With Fairuza Balk, directed by Salome Breziner. A young woman whose father abandoned her family, leaving her with a depressed mother and many doubts, puts her life on hold until her boyfriend offers to help her find him.
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Tryst (1994) ... Maggie Tyler
   With Barbara Carrera, David Warner, directed by Peter Foldy. A greedy woman plots to murder her lover, and a housekeeper harbors a secret from the past.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) (TV Series) .... Vedek/Kai Winn Adami
   With Avery Brooks, Nana Visitor. A space station with a Starfleet crew tries protect the planet Bajor and a nearby wormhole reaching halfway across the galaxy.
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The Fire Next Time (1993) (TV) ... Sarge
   With Craig T. Nelson, Bonnie Bedelia, Richard Farnsworth, directed by Tom McLoughlin. Set 25 years in the future, when a family struggles to live in a world where global warming is killing the forests, causing hurricanes, and leading to a skin cancer epidemic.
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The Player (1992) ... Herself
   With Tim Robbins and a cast of hundreds, directed by Robert Altman. An unscrupulous Hollywood producer will do absolutely anything to make sure his next film is a hit.
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The Boys of Twilight (1992) (TV Series) .... Genelva McPherson
   With Richard Farnsworth, Wilford Brimley, Ben Browder.
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Blind Vision (1992) ... Virginia Taylor
   With Ned Beatty, Deborah Shelton, directed by Shuki Levy. Police discover a voyeur who may have connections to a murder.
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In a Child's Name (1991) (TV) ... Jean Taylor
   With Valerie Bertinelli, Michael Ontkean, directed by Tom McLoughlin. The true story of a woman who fought her brother-in-law's parents for custody of the baby of her sister, who was murdered by the brother-in-law.
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Nightmare on the 13th Floor (1990) (TV) .... Lettie Gordon
   With Michele Greene, James Brolin, directed Walter Grauman. A reporter investigates the disappearance of guests at a hotel.
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Blue Steel (1990) ... Shirley Turner
   With Jamie Lee Curtis, directed by Kathryn Bigelow. A rookie cop is stalked by a psychotic killer.
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Shadowzone (1990) ... Dr. Erhardt
   With David R. Beecroft, directed by J.S. Cardone. A NASA captain is called in to investigate after an accident in a subterranean project where sleeping subjects make contact with a creature from another dimension.
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Final Notice (1989) (TV) ... Mrs. Lord
   With Gil Gerard, directed by Steven Hilliard Stern. Based on the novel.
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The Karen Carpenter Story (1989) (TV) .... Agnes Carpenter
   With Cynthia Gibb, directed by Richard Carpenter. A family-approved biopic about the complicated life and tragic death of the popular music star.
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Best of the Best (1989) ... Mrs. Grady
   With Eric Roberts, Phillip Rhee, James Earl Jones, Sally Kirkland, Chris Penn, directed by Robert Radler. A team of kickboxers must overcome their differences to become champions.
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Two Moon Junction (1988) ... Belle Delongpre
   With Sherilyn Fenn, directed by Zalman King. A southern belle with a wealthy fiance takes off with a carnival worker while her grandmother schemes to stop her.
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J. Edgar Hoover (1987) (TV) ... Annie M. Hoover
   With Treat Williams, Rip Torn, David Ogden Stiers, directed by Robert E. Collins. A biopic about the life of the paranoid former F.B.I. chief.
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Flowers in the Attic (1987) ... Grandmother
   With Victoria Tennant, Kristy Swanson, directed by Jeffrey Bloom. Four siblings are locked in an attic and tormented by a vicious grandmother while their mother schemes to win back her inheritance.
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Islands (1987) (TV) ... Maureen
   With Ingrid Veninger, directed by Rene Bonniere. A rebellious young woman is sent for the summer to live with an older woman whom she does not realize is her birth mother.
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Invaders from Mars (1986) ... Mrs. McKeltch
   With Karen Black, Laraine Newman, directed by Tobe Hooper. A ten-year-old boy believes his parents have been taken over by Martians, but nobody -- certainly not the mean teacher at his school -- believes him.
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Second Serve (1986) (TV) ... Dr. Sadie M. Bishop
   With Vanessa Redgrave, directed by Anthony Page. The story of tennis player Renee Richards, who underwent a sex change operation from male to female and became a tennis star.
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The Boy Who Could Fly (1986) ... Dr. Granada
   With Lucy Deakins, Bonnie Bedelia, Colleen Dewhurst, directed by Nick Castle. An autistic boy obsessed with flying is befriended by the lonely girl next door.
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Nobody's Fool (1986) ... Pearl
   With Rosanna Arquette, Eric Roberts, Mare Winningham, directed by Evelyn Purcell. A forlorn country girl ostracized by family and friends for getting pregnant and stabbing her boyfriend meets a man who promises to take her away from her small town.
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A Summer to Remember (1985) (TV) ... Dr. Dolly McKeever
   With Tess Harper, James Farentino, directed by Robert Michael Lewis. A young deaf boy with a despised new stepfather communicates with an orangutan via sign language.
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Firestarter (1984) ... Norma Manders
   With Drew Barrymore, Art Carney, Martin Sheen, directed by Mark Lester. A little girl possesses strange pyrotechnic abilities, and powerful people want to take advantage of them.
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Overnight Sensation (1984)
   With Robert Loggia, Shari Belafonte, directed by Jon M. Bloom. Based on Somerset Maugham's story "The Colonel's Lady" about a married couple drifting apart when the wife's first novel is a smash success, this film was nominated for an Academy Award for best live-action short.
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Once Upon A Time In America (1984) ... Riverdale Cemetery Directress
   With Robert De Niro, James Woods, directed by Sergio Leone. Fletcher's role in this legendary gangster film ended up on the cutting room floor - a victim of the film's long running time - but Christopher Frayling's biography of director Leone quotes some of her dialogue.
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Brainstorm (1983) ... Lillian Reynolds
   With Christopher Walken, Natalie Wood, directed by Douglas Trumbull. A scientist develops the technology to record thoughts, feelings, and sensations, and to transfer them to another mind; the military seeks to possess the technology.
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Strange Invaders (1983) ... Mrs. Benjamin
   With Nancy Allen, Diana Scarwid, Michael Lerner, directed by Michael Laughlin. Aliens take over a small Illinois town with the help of a government official from an agency that made a pact with the aliens when they landed decades before.
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Talk To Me (1982) ... Richard's mother
   With Austin Pendleton, directed by Nelson Breen. A man struggles with stuttering.
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Strange Behavior (Dead Kids) (1981) .... Barbara Moorehead
   With Michael Murphy, Fiona Lewis, directed by Michael Laughlin. A series of brutal murders baffle local detectives until they discover deadly experiments being conducted at a local college.
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The Lucky Star (1980) ... Loes Bakker
   With Rod Steiger, Lou Jacobi, directed by Max Fischer. When his parents are taken by the Nazis, a young Jewish boy hides on a Rotterdam farm and singlehandedly goes up against a German colonel.
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Mama Dracula (1980) ... Countess Elizabeth
   With Maria Schneider, directed by Boris Szulzinger. The beautiful Countess must bathe in the blood of virgins to replenish her eternal youth, but since it's getting harder and harder to find virgins, she hires a scientist to create a virgin blood substitute.
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The Lady in Red (1979) ... Anna Sage
   With Pamela Sue Martin, Robert Conrad, directed by Lewis Teague. Based on the life of John Dillinger's moll, who was present at his shooting in the titular red dress.
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The Magician of Lublin (1979) ... Emilia
   With Alan Arkin, Shelley Winters, directed by Menahem Golan. In turn-of-the-century Warsaw, a shrewd magician becomes famous by claiming that he can fly.
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Natural Enemies (1979) ... Miriam Steward
   With Hal Holbrook, directed by Jeff Kanew. A publisher becomes obsessed with killing his wife and family, something he thinks all men think about.
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Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery (1978) (TV) ... Sally Kimball
   With Donald Petrie, Robert Reed, directed by Delbert Mann. Marital crises abound.
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The Cheap Detective (1978) ... Marlene DuChard
   With Peter Falk, Ann-Margret, Stockard Channing, Dom DeLuise, John Houseman, Madeline Kahn, Marsha Mason, directed by Robert Moore. A spoof of classic detective films featuring an all-star cast, with Peter Falk in the Bogart role.
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Quotes

Sois Belle Et Tais-Toi (1977) (TV) ... Herself
   With Jane Fonda, Shirley MacLaine, directed by Delphine Seyrig. Actresses talk about pressure in the film industry to be beautiful and be quiet.
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Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977) ... Dr. Gene Tuskin
   With Richard Burton, Linda Blair, directed by John Boorman. A priest investigates the possession of a girl who is now in therapy to recover from her nightmares.
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The Making of Exorcist II: The Heretic
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The Heretic fan page

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) .... Nurse Mildred Ratched
   With Jack Nicholson, directed by Milos Forman. Based on the novel by Ken Kesey. A free spirit incarcerated in a mental institution locks wills with a tyrannical nurse.
Fletcher received an Academy Award for this role.
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Russian Roulette (1975) ... Midge
   With George Segal, directed by Lou Lombardo. A Canadian Mountie tries to stop an assassination plot against the Soviet Premier on his visit to Vancouver.
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Thieves Like Us (1974) ... Mattie
   With Shelley Duvall, Keith Carradine, directed by Robert Altman. A country boy from Mississippi escapes from prison with two bank robbers, falling into trouble with them as he falls in love with a woman who cares for him when he is injured.
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Can Ellen Be Saved? (1974) (TV) ... Bea Lindsey
   With Leslie Nielsen, William Katt, directed by Harvey Hart. A family and a cult fight for control of a young girl.
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A Gathering of Eagles (1963) (uncredited) ... Mrs. Kemler
   With Rock Hudson, directed by Delbert Mann. A Cold War drama about the Strategic Air Command. Fletcher plays a patient's wife.
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TELEVISION GUEST APPEARANCES

Bones (2011) ... Allison in "The Change in the Game" 5/18/2011
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FOX

Private Practice (2010) ... Pete's Mom in "Can't Find My Way Back Home" 11/18/2010, Frances Wilder in "The Hardest Part" 3/31/2011
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ABC

Heroes (2009) ... Dr. Coolidge in "Ink" 9/28/2009, "Hysterical Blindness" 10/5/2009
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NBC

7th Heaven (2005) ... Mrs. Wagner in "Honor Thy Mother" 4/25/2005
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The WB

ER (2005) ... Roberta "Birdy" Chaddock in "Refusal of Care" 4/21/2005, "Ruby Redux" 4/28/2005, "You Are Here" 5/5/2005, "Carter est Amoureux" 5/12/2005
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Biography (2004) in "Jack Nicholson" 4/25/2005
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Joan of Arcadia (2004) ... Eva Garrison in "Do the Math" 4/2/2004
Fletcher received an Emmy Award nomination for this role.
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CBS

It's All Relative (2004) ... Nurse in "Oscar Interruptus" (episode # 118) 2/25/2004
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Wonderfalls (2003) ... Vivian Caldwell in "Barrel Bear" 1/6/2004
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Any Day Now (2000) ... Tillie Sims in "Three Lucky Ladies on the Line" (episode # 305) 8/20/2000
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Lifetime

Brimstone (1998) ... Evelyn Jax McNabb in "Encore" (episode # 1.3) 11/6/1998
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Fantasy Island (1998) ... Doris Lee in "Dying to Dance" (episode # 1.4) 10/17/1998
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Profiler (1998) ... Miriam Newquay in "Birthright" (episode # 209), "Victims Of Victims" (episode # 2.29), "Jack Be Nimble, Jack Be Quick" (episode # 2.28) 2001
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The Practice (1997) ... Judge Swanson in "Rhyme and Reason" (episode # 2.28) 5/11/1998
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Picket Fences (1992) ... Christine Bey in "Bye Bye Bey-Bey," "Three Weddings and a Meltdown" 4/24/1996
Fletcher received an Emmy Award nomination for this role.
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Civil Wars (1991) ... Judge Frances Wyler in "The Triumph of De Ville" 12/16/1992
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Dream On (1990) ... Therapist in "Try Not To Remember" 1995
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Summary

The Ray Bradbury Theatre (1985) ... Miss Weldon in "The Dead Man" (episode # 6.7), 9/26/1992
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In the Heat of the Night (1989) ... Catherine Tyler in "December Days" 12/13/1990
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Tales from the Crypt (1989) ... Agent in "Top Billing" 6/26/1991
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Sci-Fi

The Hitchhiker (1983) ... Mother Birch in "Offspring" (episode # 6.6) 2/8/1991
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The Twilight Zone (1985) ... Dr. Cline in "The Hunters" (episode # 3.4) 10/15/1988
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Worlds Beyond (1986) in "Home" 1986
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Hollywood Squares (1966) ... Guest Panelist 1978
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Medical Center (1969) in "Child of Violence" (episode # 5.8) 11/12/1973
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The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp (1955) ... Aithra McLowery in "The Law Must Be Fair" (episode # 6.30) 5/2/1961
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The Best of the Post (1960) in "Groper in the Dark" (episode # 1.23) 4/8/1961
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Tate (1960) ... Roberta McConnell in "The Bounty Hunter" 6/22/1960
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Sugarfoot (1957) ... Julie Frazer in "Funeral at Forty Miles" 5/24/1960
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Wagon Train (1957) ... Elizabeth in "The Tom Tuckett Story" (episode # 3.21) 3/2/1960, Martha English in "The Andrew Hale Story" (episode # 2.35) 6/3/1959
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Perry Mason (1957) ... Gladys Doyle in "The Case of the Mythical Monkeys" (episode # 3.17) 2/27/1960, Susan Connolly in "The Case of the Larcenous Lady" (episode # 4.12) 12/17/1960
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Famous People On Perry Mason

Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond (1959) ... Jeannie in "The Open Window" 11/3/1959
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The Untouchables (1959) ... Eloise in "Ma Barker & Her Boys" (episode # 1.2) 10/22/1959
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77 Sunset Strip (1958) ... Julia Malloy in "A Bargain In Tombs" (episode # 1.28) 4/24/1959
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Maverick (1957) ... Kathy Bent in "The Saga of Waco Williams" (episode # 2.21) 2/15/1959
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The Lawman (1958) ... Betty Horgan in "The Encounter" (episode # 1.16) 1/18/59
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Yancy Derringer (1958) ... Miss Nellie-Alithea in "Old Dixie" (episode # 1.12) 12/25/1958
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Bat Masterson (1958) ... Sarah Lou in "Cheyenne Club" (episode # 1.10) 12/17/1958
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Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955) in "The $2,000,000 Defense" (episode # 4.5) 11/2/1958
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Flight (1956) in "Red China Rescue"
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Playhouse 90 (1956) in "The Last Man" 1/1958
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Louise Fletcher also appeared on television during the 48th (1976), 49th (1977), 70th (1998) and 75th (2003) Academy Awards presentations. Her winning speech as Best Actress, 1976 may be seen on the Oscar's Greatest Moments 1971-1991 VHS video compilation.


THEATER

Keely & Du, Dublin Theatre Festival, October 1995. A volatile drama by Jane Martin about a right-to-life activist and a pregnant rape victim.

Tiger at the Gates, Bucks County Playhouse, Summer 1959. Fletcher played Helen of Troy opposite Robert Redford.

The Rainmaker, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1957. Fletcher played Lizzie Curry in this adaptation of N. Richard Nash's play about a plain woman whose life is improved by a con man.

**Note: Obviously this section is woefully incomplete. If you have accurate information about Louise Fletcher's stage appearances, please let me know.**


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