Kim Novak

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  • Birth Name: Marilyn Pauline Novak
  • Birth Place: Chicago, IL
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 02/13/1933, Aquarius
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Ashes to Ashes

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Ashes to Ashes
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Length: 46:00
Aired: 5/18/1984

The Channings and Giobertis prepares to depart for Italy to scatter Julia's ashes, a trip that takes a perilous turn when the cartel tampers with the plane. watch

VIDEO: The Avenger

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The Avenger
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Length: 03:49:52
Aired: 5/11/1984

Julia holds baby Joseph hostage and demands to see Angela. An emotional scene between mother and daughter ends in flames. watch

VIDEO: The Avenger

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The Avenger
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Length: 49:00
Aired: 5/11/1984

Julia holds baby Joseph hostage and demands to see Angela. An emotional scene between mother and daughter ends in flames. watch

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The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders
Pal Joey
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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 86th Academy Awards TV Show Series, Appearing
2014 Twenty Classic Moments TV Show Series, Remarks by
2013 Kim Novak TV Show Series, Appearing
1991 Liebestraum Movie, Actor - Mrs. Anderssen
1990 The Children Movie, Actor - Rose Sellars

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The Wednesday Playlist: The Americans, TCM Loves Kim Novak, Dangerous Reality and Sports

It's whack-a-mole time on a terrifically taut episode of FX's The Americans (10/9), as the uneasily married Philip and Elizabeth learn just how treacherous these spy games can get, while Agent Stan of the FBI concocts a gem of a plan to try to take the focus off the real mole, the lovely but understandably terrified Nina. Even a subplot involving the Jennings' kids Paige and Henry, stranded miles away from home when the parents are suddenly otherwise occupied, isn't as annoying as these things tend to be (think Kim Bauer or Homeland's Dana Brody). For what it's worth (to me, a lot), Keri Russell has her finest did-she-just-do-that badass moment yet when she realizes the level of mistrust she's dealing with at work and at home. read more

Reclusive Film Legend Kim Novak Opens Up About Life, Regrets and Her TCM Tribute

She was the accidental superstar. Fifties and Sixties film icon Kim Novak rarely grants interviews these days but she gave a doozy to Turner Classic Movies' Robert Osborne for Kim Novak: Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival. The hour-long chat, filmed before a live audience, will air Wednesday at 8/7c, followed by four of the star's top films: Picnic (1955), The Man with the Golden Arm (1955), Bell, Book and Candle (1958) and Of Human Bondage (1964). Novak, still fantastically gorgeous at 80, had a meteoric rise in the business: She went from being a Chicago refrigerator model known as "Miss Deepfreeze" in 1953 to major film star in two short years. By 1956, she was considered the top box-office star in the world. Novak gave it all up just as quickly, moving from Hollywood to... read more

SVU's Neal Baer Says Premiere Was Inspired by Vertigo

"Ripped from the headlines" is the Law & Order franchise's catch phrase, but often times just one nugget of a real-life story is enough to inspire an episode.

This season's premiere slightly borrowed from the story of Jaycee Dugard (who was kidnapped and found to be living with her captor years later), added an element of the Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novack film Vertigo about remaking someone you love, and combined it with the idea of installing RFID chips in your kids to trace their every move.

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Thursday-night TV: It's Back!

Now that's what I like to see on TV's most overcrowded night: TV's top crime drama and TV's top medical soap back in fine form, the two most-awaited season premieres of the week delivering on the hype. And the icing on the cake? Another sensational episode of AMC's summer holdover Mad Men, the one show I never want to see end. I'm going to miss that one when it goes away in a few weeks. As much as I enjoy CSI and Grey's Anatomy, combatants of the highest and most satisfying order, they feel like old hat compared to this scrumptious, provocative period piece.First off: Big sigh of relief that Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) lives on. As Michael Ausiello reports in his exhaustive interview with the star, her days on CSI may still be numbered, but for now, Grissom’s lady love is still kicking, no matter how bloodied, battered and sunburned. The teaser for next week’s episode reveals, no surprise, that the course of true love isn’t going to run smooth for these coworkers, but ther... read more

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