Debra Feuer
American actor
Debra Feuer
Debra Feuer is an American actress. She starred in the movies Moment by Moment, The Hollywood Knights, To Live and Die in L.A. , MacGruder and Loud, and in the italian movie Il burbero, as well as Homeboy, in which she starred with her then husband Mickey Rourke. Feuer played a minor role in the TV show, The Dukes of Hazzard, Season 2, Episode 6, The Ghost of General Lee. She also played Sonny Crockett's love interest in the first two episodes of Season 5 of Miami Vice.
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34 curiosità che forse non sapevate su Mickey Rourke - CINEblog.it (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Sposato con Debra Feuer dal 31 gennaio 1981 al 1989: divorziato 4. Sposato con Carré Otis dal 26 giugno 1992 al dicembre 1998: hanno divorziato 5. E' stato arrestato nel luglio 1994 dalla polizia di Los Angeles con l'accusa di violenze coniugali 6
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The woman who tamed Mickey Rourke: Actor is still going strong with Russian ... - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Rourke's reluctance to wed is understandable following his two failed marriages to actresses Debra Feuer and Carre Otis. He recently downsized his Manhattan loft for a duplex apartment in the West Village. Since a career resurgence thanks to The
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DVDS; Two Crime Tales, But Similarities End Right There
NYTimes - about 7 years
THE LADYKILLERS This week Lionsgate is releasing new Blu-ray versions of three classic films licensed from the French media holding company StudioCanal. The revelation among them is not Jean-Luc Godard's ''Contempt'' (1963) or Akira Kurosawa's ''Ran'' (1985) -- both excellent films that have previously been released in fine standard-definition
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Death of Jesus, Told by Mel Gibson
NYTimes - over 13 years
To the Editor: Re ''Months Before Debut, Movie on Death of Jesus Causes Stir'' (front page, Aug. 2): Over the centuries, millions of Jews have been tortured and murdered in misguided response to the crucifixion. The most important issue regarding Mel Gibson's new film is not whether some reading of biblical text can support the film's portrayal.
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FILM; Mickey Rourke Is Sorry. Very, Very, Very Sorry.
NYTimes - almost 14 years
CAN I get a little bowl of water?'' Mickey Rourke asks sweetly of the waitress at the Chateau Marmont Hotel, pointing down toward the small dog skittering around between the table legs. Thick, calloused fingers peel away sunglasses revealing those coal black eyes and that hard-won face; a little puffy here, wrinkled there, flecked with scars, but
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Paid Notice: Deaths FEUER, PHILLIP H.
NYTimes - over 16 years
FEUER-Phillip H. On November 19, 2000. Beloved husband and soulmate of Sarene P. Shanus. Cherished and loving father of Rose R.S. Feuer and Abigail E.S. Feuer. Dear brother of Marvin Feuer and Susan Feuerwerger and brother-in-law of Debra Feuer, Peter Young and Corey and Amy Shanus. Adored son of the late Gita and Henry Feuerwerger and son-in-law
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IN BRIEF: RECENT FILMS
NYTimes - over 30 years
The following recent theatrical films are now available for home screening. Excerpts are from reviews by Times critics. Witness Starring Harrison Ford, Kelly McGillis and Alexander Godunov; directed by Peter Weir, 1985 (R), Paramount Home Video, 112 minutes. $79.95. A tough Philadelphia police captain's values are challenged in an encounter with a
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SCREEN: FROM FRIEDKIN
NYTimes - over 31 years
WILLIAM FRIEDKIN was making sleek, sensational, ice-cold thrillers long before rock videos and ''Miami Vice'' were fashionable. And he couldn't be more in his element now that they are. ''To Live and Die in L.A.'' is Mr. Friedkin at his glossiest, a great-looking, riveting movie without an iota of warmth or soul. On its own terms, it's a
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