The Legend Of Lylah Clare

  • 1968
  • 2 HR 07 MIN
  • X
  • Drama

Originally a teleplay presented on NBC's "DuPont Show of the Week," this is a pretty good drama with some stand-out acting and will attract those who enjoy the 1980s brand of TV soap opera. Novak plays two roles: one is a young Chicago actress (which she was in real life), and the other is a legendary dead movie queen. She's hired by Selzer to play more

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(Movie Clip) She Had Nothing To Fear
Elsa (Kim Novak) hears, from dialogue coach Rossella (Rossella Falk), her version of the death of the star, Zarkan (Peter Finch) and Langner (Milton S (more…)
(Movie Clip) Washed Up Two Bit Genius
First scene for Ernest Borgnine as studio boss Sheean, Michael Murphy his son, Zarkan (Peter Finch) calling to pitch his film about his deceased actre (more…)
The Legend of Lylah Clare trailer
An obsessed movie director grooms an unknown actress to play his deceased movie-star wife in The Legend of Lylah Clare (1968), directed by Robert Aldr (more…)

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