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Alice Playten is a Actor and Sound American born on 28 august 1947 at New York City (USA)

Alice Playten

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Birth name Alice Plotkin
Nationality USA
Birth 28 august 1947 at New York City (USA)
Death 25 june 2011 (at 63 years) at New York City (USA)

Alice Playten (August 28, 1947 – June 25, 2011) was an American actress and singer.


Née Alice Plotkin à New York, Playten commence sa carrière au Broadway Theatre dans Gypsy en 1959. Ses autres rôles à Broadway incluent Oliver!, Henry, Sweet Henry , Hello, Dolly!, Rumors , Seussical , et Caroline, or Change .

Au cinéma, elle joue notamment dans Ladybug Ladybug , L'Amour en équation et Legend. Elle portait un lourd maquillage et des prothèses dans Legend afin de dépeindre le caractère de « Blixx », un séide majeur du Seigneur des Ténèbres. Dans ce même film, elle a également doublé la voix de « Gump ». Elle a fait un travail de voix dans plusieurs films d'animation, dont Félix le chat, le film, Métal hurlant, Doug, Doug, le film et Mon petit poney, le film.

Elle fait de nombreuses apparitions à la télévision dans des séries telles que Frasier, New York, police judiciaire, New York 911, et As the World Turns, entre autres.

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Filmography of Alice Playten (14 films)

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The Rebound, 1h34
Directed by Bart Freundlich
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Catherine Zeta-Jones, Justin Bartha, Kelly Gould, Art Garfunkel, Jake Cherry, John Schneider
Roles Sensei Dana
Rating63% 3.150613.150613.150613.150613.15061
A housewife and mother of two, Sandy (Catherine Zeta-Jones), discovers that her husband has been unfaithful. After a hasty divorce, she leaves home and goes to New York City with her young son and daughter. There, they begin a new life. Sandy rents an apartment above a coffee house and befriends one of the waiters, Aram Finklestein (Justin Bartha). Aram, at 25, is not sure what he wants to do with his life although he has a college degree and a tendency toward Women's Studies and Feminism. He decides to babysit Sandy's children and becomes their full-time nanny. He develops a close-knit relationship with the children; and a chemistry starts to brew between Aram and Sandy, ensuing in an awkward sexual encounter that the children come to know about.
Doug's 1st Movie, 1h17
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Animation
Themes Children's films
Actors Fred Newman, Frank Welker, Chris Phillips, Alice Playten, Constance Shulman, Doug Preis
Roles Beebe Bluff, Elmo (This would be her final role in an animated movie before her death in 2011)
Rating50% 2.5082452.5082452.5082452.5082452.508245
Doug (Tom McHugh) and Skeeter (Fred Newman) discover a Monster (Frank Welker) that lives in Lucky Duck Lake. Believing in his evil deeds, they are scared of him at first, but later on, they find him to be nice. Despite this, however, the monster is proof that Bill Bluff (Doug Preis) is polluting the lake, and this fact created this monster. The Monster almost eats the book Moby Dick, but Skeeter stops him and says, "Stop! You almost ate Herman Melville! You don't eat books, that is a NO!" and the monster returns it to them as an apology, so they name him Herman Melville. Unfortunately for them, all of this commotion with the monster makes Doug forget that he was supposed to meet Patti (Constance Shulman) at Mr. Swirly's (Bruce Bayley Johnson). When he remembers this at the last minute, he runs to Swirly's as fast as he can using the quickest shortcuts that he knows. Once he gets there, Patti is nowhere to be seen. He asks Mr. Swirly if he's seen her, and he says the she was here for a while and looked very upset, and then left with a guy who kept talking about his big plans for a dance. When Doug heard this, he knew that this guy was no one else but Guy Graham (Guy Hadley), a snobby upper class man who wants Patti. Meanwhile, Roger (Chris Phillips) and the AV nerds are building a robot (Eddie Korbich) to kidnap Herman, but when they build the robot it acts like Roger's babysitter.
I.Q. (1994)
, 1h40
Directed by Fred Schepisi
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Tim Robbins, Meg Ryan, Walter Matthau, Lou Jacobi, Stephen Fry, Gene Saks
Roles Gretchen
Rating61% 3.098443.098443.098443.098443.09844
An amiable garage mechanic, Ed Walters (Tim Robbins), meets Catherine Boyd (Meg Ryan), a brilliant Princeton University mathematics doctoral candidate, as she comes into the garage, accompanied by her stiff and fussy English fiancé, experimental psychology professor James Moreland (Stephen Fry). There is an immediate connection, but she refuses to acknowledge it. Finding a watch she left at the garage, Ed travels to her address and finds himself face to face with Albert Einstein (Walter Matthau), who is Catherine's uncle.
Felix the Cat: The Movie, 1h18
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Musical, Animation, Comic science fiction
Themes Films about animals, Films about music and musicians, Comedy science fiction films, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Films about cats, Musical films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Chris Phillips, Alice Playten, Peter Newman, Kevin Michael Richardson
Roles Madam Pearl (voice) (as Alice Playton)
Rating48% 2.4052.4052.4052.4052.405
In the Kingdom of Oriana, Princess Oriana, ruler of the kingdom, has been informed by a local fortune teller Pearl that her evil uncle, the Duke of Zill, is invading the kingdom. To counter the threat of the Duke, Oriana and Pearl descend into the cavern underneath the castle and attempt to use an ancient device called the "Dimensporter" in order to escape to another dimension and find a hero to save the kingdom. However, they are caught by the Duke's robotic army and imprisoned, while the Duke himself seizes control of the kingdom. As the princess is taken away by the Duke's "Cylinder" robots, she sheds a magical tear, which flies into the Dimensporter in her place and is transported to Felix's dimension, where the eponymous feline is taking a nap underneath a palm tree when the tear finds him. The tear wakes and guides him to an abandoned gold mine, where the Dimensporter is located. Felix, with his magical bag of tricks, is soon transported to the Kingdom of Oriana.
The Big Bang, 1h20
Directed by Picha
Origin Belgique
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Animation, Comic science fiction
Themes Post-apocalyptic films, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Comedy science fiction films, Political films, Dystopian films
Actors David L. Lander, Luis Rego, Georges Aminel, Alice Playten, Marshall Efron, Perrette Pradier
Roles Una
Rating56% 2.813062.813062.813062.813062.81306
In 1995, World War III begins; Italy annihilates Libya, which destroys Israel. Africa bombs Germany, which in turn attacks France. Luxembourg conquers England. Sweden destroys itself. The Russians decide to liquidate the Americans, who unleash their nuclear fleet, leaving only two continents on the verge of World War IV. In the north, America and Russia merge, containing a mutated strain of males, forming the USSSR. In the south, all that is left of womankind retreat to their territory of Vaginia. The armies of these two nations are soon at odds with each other as they perfect their most destructive weapons capable of destroying the universe.
My Little Pony: The Movie, 1h26
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy, Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Jeu, Films about horses, Musical films, Films about toys, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman, Madeline Kahn, Cloris Leachman, Tony Randall, Charles Adler
Roles Baby Lickety Split (voice)
Rating60% 3.0002153.0002153.0002153.0002153.000215
At their home, Dream Castle, the ponies are running and playing through flowery meadows and grassy green fields with their animal friends. Elsewhere, Baby Lickety-Split is practicing a new dance step, as Spike, a baby dragon, accompanies her rehearsal on the piano. Meanwhile, at the Volcano of Gloom, a wicked witch named Hydia is planning to ruin the ponies' festival, but her two incompetent daughters, Reeka and Draggle, are not up to her family's standards of wickedness, and she laments about it, before sending them off to ruin the festival. During the baby ponies' dance performance, Baby Lickety-Split attempts to add her own dance and ruins the whole performance. She is told off by everyone and runs away, followed by Spike, only to end up falling down a waterfall and trapped in a valley. Meanwhile, Reeka and Draggle try to ruin the ponies' festival by flooding the area, but thanks to the Sea Ponies, end up getting washed away in an overflowing waterfall.
Legend (1985)
, 1h34
Directed by Ridley Scott
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Romance
Themes Films about children, Films about magic and magicians, Films about religion, Demons in film, Children's films
Actors Tom Cruise, Mia Sara, Tim Curry, David Bennent, Alice Playten, Billy Barty
Roles Blix
Rating64% 3.2487753.2487753.2487753.2487753.248775
"Once, long ago", the ancient Lord of Darkness (Tim Curry) laments his isolation in the shadows before sensing the presence of two unicorns who safeguard the Power of Light; where upon Darkness instructs Blix (Alice Playten) and his fellow goblins to kill the unicorns and bring him their horns to free himself. Meanwhile, Princess Lily (Mia Sara) goes alone to the forest to meet her friend Jack (Tom Cruise), a forest dweller who teaches her the languages of animals before showing her the unicorns. Against Jack's pleas, Lili approaches the stallion before the unicorn is hit by a poisoned dart from Blix's blowpipe. The unicorns bolt, and Lily makes light of Jack's fears and sets him a challenge by throwing her ring into a pond, declaring that she will marry whoever finds it, and Jack at once dives into the pond. As the stallion dies from the poison with the goblins taking his horn, the forest and the pond freeze, with Lily running off in terror before Jack can break free. Taking refuge in a frozen cottage, Lily overhears the goblins ordered to hunt down the mare.
Amityville II: The Possession, 1h44
Directed by Damiano Damiani
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Fantastic, Horror
Themes Films about families, Films about religion, Films about sexuality, Demons in film, Ghost films
Actors James Olson, Burt Young, Rutanya Alda, Diane Franklin, Jack Magner, Andrew Prine
Roles Demons' Voice (voice)
Rating55% 2.752382.752382.752382.752382.75238
The Montelli family; father Anthony (Young), mother Dolores (Alda), elder son Sonny (Magner), elder teenaged daughter Patricia (Franklin) and two younger kids, move into what they think would be the house of their dreams. Initially things begin well, but everything changes after it is discovered that there is a tunnel leading into the house - from where is unknown.
Heavy Metal, 1h30
Directed by Jimmy T. Murakami, Gerald Potterton
Origin Canada
Genres Science fiction, Musical theatre, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Musical, Animation
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about drugs, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about extraterrestrial life, Films about extraterrestrial life
Actors Harvey Atkin, Rodger Bumpass, Jackie Burroughs, John Candy, Joe Flaherty, Eugene Levy
Roles Gloria (voice)
Rating66% 3.3475953.3475953.3475953.3475953.347595
The movie's title sequence story (based on the original story by Dan O'Bannon and art by Thomas Warkentin) opens with a space shuttle flying in orbit over Earth. The bay doors (on the belly of the shuttle) open, releasing a 1960 Corvette. An astronaut seated in the Corvette then begins descending through Earth's atmosphere, landing in a desert canyon.
California Dreaming, 1h32
Directed by John D. Hancock
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Actors Glynnis O'Connor, Dennis Christopher, Seymour Cassel, Todd Susman, Tanya Roberts, Alice Playten
Roles Corrine
Rating59% 2.9990752.9990752.9990752.9990752.999075
A young man named T.T. moves from Chicago to California for the summer. He quickly becomes adapted to the new pace of life, learning several lessons along the way.
Disco Beaver from Outer Space, 51minutes
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Lynn Redgrave, Rodger Bumpass, Alice Playten, James Widdoes, Lee Wilkof, Henry Gibson
Rating56% 2.824332.824332.824332.824332.82433
The film is essentially a shaggy dog story, leading up to a single play-on-words joke based on "beaver" also being a euphemism for female genitals. At the film's climax, the vampire is frightened by the Beaver; in his delirium, he begins seeing double, thus seeing two images of the Beaver. He cries, "Split beaver!" and disintegrates.
Ladybug Ladybug, 1h22
Directed by Frank Perry
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Political films
Actors Jane Connell, William Daniels, Miles Chapin, Nancy Marchand, Estelle Parsons, Alice Playten
Roles Harriett
Rating72% 3.63373.63373.63373.63373.6337
During the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, teachers at a secluded countryside elementary school are asked to walk their pupils home after a nuclear bomb warning alarm sounds. Unaware that the alarm was tripped by accident, the teacher and children walk through the countryside with a slowly building sense of doom about the upcoming nuclear holocaust. When the children finally gain access to a bomb shelter, they do not allow a female fellow student join them, claiming there isn't enough room. The girl frantically searches for shelter and finds an abandoned old refrigerator to hide inside, suggesting that she is going to suffocate to death (although this is not shown). After a boy from the shelter fails to find her, we hear a loud whining noise overhead. The boy cowers in the shadow of planes passing in the sky above and yells "Stop!" repeatedly as the camera moves closer to his face, goes out of focus and then fades to black.


Disco Beaver from Outer Space, 51minutes
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Lynn Redgrave, Rodger Bumpass, Alice Playten, James Widdoes, Lee Wilkof, Henry Gibson
Rating56% 2.824332.824332.824332.824332.82433
The film is essentially a shaggy dog story, leading up to a single play-on-words joke based on "beaver" also being a euphemism for female genitals. At the film's climax, the vampire is frightened by the Beaver; in his delirium, he begins seeing double, thus seeing two images of the Beaver. He cries, "Split beaver!" and disintegrates.