Doubt - Meryl Streep and Viola Davis

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Celebrities/Stars of the 1970s and 80s: Fantasy Island Guest Stars: Then and Now: Part Five

Celebrities/Stars of the 1970s and 80s: Fantasy Island Guest Stars: Then and Now: Part Five Part One: Part Two: Part Three: Part Four: Alana Stewart, roles in television shows such as The Bionic Woman TV series, The Love Boat TV series, Hart to Hart TV series Anson Williams, Warren "Potsie" Weber on Happy Days TV series James Darren, Officer James Corrigan on T. J. Hooker TV series from 1983 to 1986 Claudia Lonow, Diana Fairgate on Knots Landing TV series Debra Feuer, Becky Mae in The Dukes of Hazzard TV series, Celeste in Miami Vice TV series Dean Butler, Almanzo Wilder on Little House on the Prairie TV series Donna Pescow, Annette in Saturday Night Fever film, 1977, Donna Garland in Out of This World TV series Ed Begley Jr., best known films include Stay Hungry film, 1976, Blue Collar film, 1978, An Officer and a Gentleman film, 1982 Francine Kessler, appearances on Falcon Crest TV series, Laverne & Shirley TV series Crystal Bernard, known for her role on Wings TV sitcom and K.C. Cunningham in Happy Days TV sitcom John James,Jeff Colby in Dynasty TV series and its spin-off, The Colbys TV series Leslie Easterbrook, Sgt./Lt./Capt. Debbie Callahan in the Police Academy films and Rhonda on Laverne & Shirley TV series Adam Rich, Nicholas Bradford on Eight Is Enough TV series Judith Baldwin, Ginger Grant in Rescue from Gilligan's Island TV film, 1978 and The Castaways on Gilligan's Island TV film, 1979 Julie Newmar, known for her role as Catwoman in Batman TV series, 1966–1967, more TV roles on The Love Boat TV series, CHIPs TV series, Hart to Hart TV series Kari Michaelsen, best known for her role as Katie Kanisky on Gimme a Break! TV sitcom Glynn Turman, Leroy "Preach" Jackson in Cooley High film, 1975 Bradford Taylor on A Different World TV series Caren Kaye, films include Looking for Mr. Goodbar film, 1977, Cuba Crossing film, 1980, Some Kind of Hero film, 1982, My Tutor film, 1983 Katy Kurtzman, Anna on Little House on the Prairie TV series, Lindsay Blaisdel in Dynasty TV series, 1981 Laurette Spang-McCook, best known for playing the character Cassiopeia on the original Battlestar Galactica TV series, 1978 Diana Muldaur, some television roles include Rosalind Shays in L.A. Law TV series and Dr. Katherine Pulaski in Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series Jimmie Walker, best known for portraying James Evans Jr. ("J.J.") on Good Times TV sitcom Lydia Cornell, best known for her role as Sara Rush on Too Close for Comfort TV series María Conchita Alonso, crowned Miss Teenager World in 1971, and was Miss World/Venezuela in 1975,some acting roles include Knight Rider TV series and Amber Mendez in The Running Man film, 1987 Nicole Eggert, her notable roles include Jamie Powell on Charles in Charge TV series and Summer Quinn on Baywatch TV series Peggy Fleming, most famous as an American figure skater, she was the 1968 Olympic Champion in Ladies' singles and a three-time World Champion 1966–1968, first acting role was on the Fantasy Island TV series, other roles on Broadway on Showtime TV series, Strawberry Ice TV movie Sam Scarber, appearances on many 80s TV shows, some of those are, Cheers TV sitcom, CHIPs TV series, T.J. Hooker TV series, Santa Barbara TV series Barbara Stock, best known for roles as Susan Silverman in Spenser: For Hire TV series, 1985-1988, and as Liz Adams in Dallas TV series Steve Kanaly, best known for his role as Ray Krebbs on Dallas TV series Andrea Barber, known for playing Kimmy Gibbler in Full House TV sitcom Ted McGinley, known for his roles as Jefferson D'Arcy on Married... with Children TV series Telma Hopkins, member of the 1970s pop music group Tony Orlando and Dawn, performed on the Tony Orlando and Dawn TV variety show Tracey Gold, best known for playing Carol Seaver on Growing Pains TV sitcom William R. Moses, best known for playing Cole Gioberti in Falcon Crest TV series from 1981-87 Carole Mallory, appeared in Looking for Mr. Goodbar film, 1977 and The Stepford Wives film, 1975 William Smith, known for films like Any Which Way You Can film, 1980, Conan The Barbarian film, 1982

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7 minute clip from Doubt featuring performances from Oscar nominated actresses Meryl Streep (Best Actress) and Viola Davis (Best Supporting Actress). Now available on DVD and Blu-Ray.

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