Dana Wynter


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VIDEO: Hawaii Five-0: Hoku Welowelo

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Hawaii Five-0: Hoku Welowelo
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Length: 43:24
Aired: 1/11/1972

Five-0 investigates a triple homicide connected to a downed top-secret Chinese satellite, while Grover takes Danny's mother on a ride-along. Melanie Griffith and Jorge Garcia return. watch

VIDEO: Ironside (1967): Beyond a Shadow

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Ironside (1967): Beyond a Shadow
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Aired: 12/11/1969

Ironside reopens a case to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt a woman's innocence. watch

VIDEO: Guess Who's Coming to Rio?

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Guess Who's Coming to Rio?
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Length: 51:28
Aired: 1/7/1969

Al Mundy becomes embroiled with the various factions seeking a Russian defector. watch


Knights of the Round Table
Fraulein (English Subtitled)

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Airport '77
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Airport (1970)

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Year Title Description
1975 The Savage Movie, Actor - Wife
1973 Santee Movie, Actor - Valerie
1970 Airport Movie, Actor - Mrs. Cindy Bakersfeld
1968 If He Hollers, Let Him Go Movie, Actor - Ellen Whitlock
1966 The Man Who Never Was TV Show Series, Actor - Eva Wainwright

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I just watched Kill Bill: ...

Question: I just watched Kill Bill: Vol. 1 and the scene with Daryl Hannah as a hit woman disguised as a nurse reminded me of a TV-movie I saw as a kid. It was about a bunch of nurses in a house, and they’re afraid of a serial killer so they’re not going outside. But the twist is that one of the nurses is the killer, and he’s really a man dressed like a woman. I’m stumped and no one knows what I’m talking about, except for one person who said Alfred Hitchcock directed it. Can you help?Answer: Sure. What you saw wasn’t a movie but a 1965 episode of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962-1965) — though Alfred Hitchcock himself didn’t direct it — called An Unlocked Window. It was directed by Joseph Newman, based on Ethel Lina White’s 1933 novel Some Must Watch read more

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