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Elizabeth Hartman is a Actor American born on 23 december 1943 at Youngstown (USA)

Elizabeth Hartman

Elizabeth Hartman
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Birth name Mary Elizabeth Hartman
Nationality USA
Birth 23 december 1943 at Youngstown (USA)
Death 10 june 1987 (at 43 years) at Pittsburgh (USA)

Mary Elizabeth Hartman (December 23, 1943 – June 10, 1987) was an American actress, best known for her performance in the 1965 film A Patch of Blue, playing a blind girl named Selina D'Arcy, opposite Sidney Poitier, a role for which she won the Golden Globe Award for New Star Of The Year – Actress and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress and Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama. The next year, she appeared in You're a Big Boy Now as Barbara Darling, for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

Best films

The Secret of NIMH (1982)

Usually with

Don Bluth
Don Bluth
(1 films)
Guy Green
Guy Green
(1 films)
Larry Cohen
Larry Cohen
(1 films)
Gary Goldman
Gary Goldman
(1 films)
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Filmography of Elizabeth Hartman (9 films)

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The Secret of NIMH, 1h22
Directed by Don Bluth
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Fantasy, Adventure, Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Mise en scène d'un rongeur, Mise en scène d'une souris, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Elizabeth Hartman, Dom DeLuise, Arthur Malet, Derek Jacobi, Hermione Baddeley, John Carradine
Roles Mrs. Brisby (voice)
Rating74% 3.748853.748853.748853.748853.74885
Mrs. Brisby, a timid widowed field mouse, lives in a cinder block with her children in a field on the Fitzgibbons' farm. She prepares to move her family out of the field as plowing time approaches, but her son Timothy has fallen ill. She visits Mr. Ages, another mouse and friend of her late husband, Jonathan, who diagnoses Timothy with pneumonia and provides her with medicine. Mr. Ages warns her that Timothy must stay inside for at least three weeks or he will die. On her way home she encounters Jeremy, a clumsy but friendly crow. They both narrowly escape from the Fitzgibbons' cat, Dragon.
Full Moon High, 1h33
Directed by Larry Cohen
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Horror comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Themes Films about animals, Films about education, Films about magic and magicians, Wolves in film, Werewolves in film, Comedy horror films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Adam Arkin, Roz Kelly, Ed McMahon, Bill Kirchenbauer, Kenneth Mars, Elizabeth Hartman
Roles Miss Montgomery
Rating48% 2.402522.402522.402522.402522.40252
A teenager goes on a trip to Transylvania with his father and gets bitten by a werewolf. Made ageless, he attempts to put his life back together a couple of decades later by enrolling in high school. The basic premise of the movie is that he tries to keep his secret from the school and his girlfriend with comedic results. The movie was filmed partially at John Burroughs Senior High School in the city of Burbank, California, in the summer of 1979.
Walking Tall, 1h47
Directed by Phil Karlson
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Biography, Action, Crime
Actors Joe Don Baker, Elizabeth Hartman, Lurene Tuttle, Noah Beery, Jr, Leif Garrett, John Brascia
Roles Pauline
Rating68% 3.446633.446633.446633.446633.44663
Pusser, at his wife Pauline's behest, retires from the professional wrestling ring and moves back to Tennessee to start a logging business with his father, Carl Pusser. With a friend, he visits a gambling and prostitution establishment, the Lucky Spot, and is beaten up after catching them cheating at craps. Pusser is seriously injured with a knife and receives over 200 stitches. He complains to the sheriff but is ignored, and soon becomes aware of the rampant corruption in McNairy County. Later, working at his dad's lumber mill, Pusser makes a club out of a tree branch. Late one night, Pusser waits until after the Lucky Spot is closed, and beats up the same thugs that left him for dead. The next day, Pusser is arrested and represents himself at trial. At one point, he rips off his shirt and shows the jury his scars. He informs them that "If you let them do this to me and get away with it, then you're giving them the eternal right to do the same damn thing to any one of you!" The jury finds Pusser not guilty, and he decides to clean up the county and runs for sheriff. Buford Pusser wins, and becomes famous for being incorruptible, intolerant of crime, and for his array of four-foot hickory clubs which he uses to great effect in dispatching criminals and destroying their clandestine gambling dens and illegal distilleries.
The Beguiled, 1h45
Directed by Don Siegel
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Thriller, Horror, Romance, Erotic thriller, Western
Themes Films about families, Films about sexuality, Rape in fiction, Bisexuality-related films, Erotic films, LGBT-related films, Films about disabilities, Political films, Erotic thriller films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Clint Eastwood, Geraldine Page, Elizabeth Hartman, Jo Ann Harris, Darlene Carr, Darleen Carr
Roles Edwina
Rating71% 3.597893.597893.597893.597893.59789
Close to the end of the American Civil War, injured Yankee soldier John McBurney is rescued from the verge of death by a twelve-year-old girl from an all-girl boarding school in Louisiana. At first the all-female staff and pupils are scared, but as John starts to recover, he charms them one by one and the sexually repressed atmosphere becomes filled with jealousy and deceit, with the two teachers and some of the girls clearly attracted to him.
The Fixer
The Fixer (1968)
, 2h12
Directed by John Frankenheimer
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Crime
Themes Films about racism
Actors Alan Bates, Dirk Bogarde, Georgia Brown, Hugh Griffith, Ian Holm, David Warner
Roles Zinaida
Rating67% 3.3904353.3904353.3904353.3904353.390435
It is the story of a man named Yakov Bok, a Jew living in the Russian Empire, who was unjustly imprisoned based on prejudice and the blood libel. It was based on the incidents of the Beilis Trial in 1913, in which Menahem Mendel Beilis was wrongly accused of having murdered a Ukrainian boy named Andrei Yushchinsky, with blood libel being presented as the alleged motivation.
The Group
The Group (1966)
, 2h30
Directed by Sidney Lumet
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Feminist films, Pregnancy films, Films about sexuality, Political films
Actors Candice Bergen, Joan Hackett, Elizabeth Hartman, Shirley Knight, Joanna Pettet, Jessica Walter
Roles Priss
Rating65% 3.293333.293333.293333.293333.29333
After their university days, eight women go their separate ways. Lakey, always regarded as their leader, leaves for Europe to begin a new life on her own.
You're a Big Boy Now, 1h37
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about virginity
Actors Elizabeth Hartman, Peter Kastner, Geraldine Page, Julie Harris, Karen Black, Rip Torn
Roles Barbara Darling
Rating60% 3.0025653.0025653.0025653.0025653.002565
Bernard Chanticleer (Peter Kastner), called "Big Boy" by his parents, is 19 but still lives with his overbearing, clinging mother (Geraldine Page) and his commanding, disapproving father (Rip Torn), who is Curator of Incunabula at the New York Public Library. Bernard also works as a low-level assistant at the library, where his father is constantly monitoring and admonishing him. His father decides it's time he grew up and moved out of the family home in Great Neck and into his own Manhattan apartment. His mother is not happy about letting him go, but acquiesces to her husband and arranges for Bernard to live in a rooming house run by nosy, prudish Miss Nora Thing (Julie Harris). Miss Thing inherited the building on the condition that her late brother's aggressive pet rooster be allowed to occupy the fifth floor, which Bernard must pass to get to his room. Miss Thing reassures Bernard's mother that the rooster only attacks girls, especially young pretty girls, to which Bernard's mother responds that her son isn't interested in girls yet, but arranges that Miss Thing will spy on Bernard and report any "female" activity. Bernard's mother also constantly mails locks of her hair to Bernard at his new residence.
A Patch of Blue, 1h45
Directed by Guy Green
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about families, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality, Films about prostitution, Films about disabilities, La cécité
Actors Sidney Poitier, Shelley Winters, Elizabeth Hartman, Wallace Ford, Ivan Dixon, Elisabeth Fraser
Roles Selina D'Arcey
Rating79% 3.995813.995813.995813.995813.99581
Selina D'Arcey (Elizabeth Hartman) is a blind girl living with her prostitute mother Rose-Ann (Shelley Winters) and grandfather Ole Pa (Wallace Ford), in a city apartment. She strings beads to supplement her family's small income, and spends most of her time doing chores. Her mother is abusive, and Ole Pa is an alcoholic. Selina has no friends, rarely leaves the apartment, and has never received an education.