Season Hubley
American actor
Season Hubley
Season Hubley is an American actress.
Biography
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Daily guide - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
PG-13 (2002) Vice Squad 9:45 pm (IFC) A prostitute (Season Hubley) helps police nab a killer. R (1982) Analyze This 10 pm (68) A psychiatrist (Billy Crystal) treats a mobster (Robert De Niro). Hilarious gangster-film spoof. R (1999) Another Woman's
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Google News - over 5 years
Finster, ironisch und atemberaubend Hintergrund: So ganz nebenbei: Russells damalige Frau Season Hubley spielte in Carpenters hochgelobtem sechsten Film eine Nebenrolle. Kritik: Eine bittere, düstere, streckenweise auch ironische Zukunftsvision,
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Review/Television; 'Unspeakable Acts': Sex Abuse in Day Care
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Sexually abused children: few subjects lend themselves more notoriously to cheap exploitation. On television, the social nightmare has been explored in movies and on talk shows, many of them clearly more interested in sensationalism than in illumination. At least one talk host has brought on young victims and, clearly with ratings in mind,
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Reviews/Television; Series Explore Family Relationships
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Relationships sweet, relationships sour: take your pick. On the comforting side of the ledger, there's ''Blue Skies,'' a limited-run series getting under way on CBS at 8 this evening. It was made in America. Then, drenched in British gloom, there's the three-part mini-series ''What If It's Raining?,'' beginning tonight at 11 on Channel 13.
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TV Weekend; Writers on Strike, Networks Rely on Movies
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: As if the usual schedule rejiggerings aren't enough, the writers' strike has brought the production of weekly series to a halt. One very noticeable result: The networks are falling back heavily these days on television movies, many of them the mediocre sort that in more normal circumstances would stay on the shelf until the summer doldrums.
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FILM: 'PRETTYKILL,' A CRIME STORY
NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: WHAT'S showing at the U.A. Twin and other theaters beginning today? Prostitutes with diction of gold: ''My clients expect a certain level of style.'' A black-white cop team. Drug busts, kinky sex, mother love, murder and mayhem. You say you've seen it all before? Sure, but perhaps not so foolishly put together as in ''Prettykill. WHAT'S
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CLIFF ROBERTSON IN 'THE KEY TO REBECCA,' A TWO-PART MOVIE
NYTimes - almost 32 years
THE KEY TO REBECCA'' is reasonably civilized and moderately entertaining, a good deal short of compelling, but never quite becoming tedious. Cliff Robertson, as a British officer, pursues David Soul, as a Nazi spy, through the alleys and cafes of Cairo. Field Marshall Rommel frets in the desert. The four-hour, two-part movie begins on WPIX, Channel
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TV REVIEW; 'THE THREE WISHES OF BILLY GRIER'
NYTimes - over 32 years
TELEVISION movies make no secret of the fact that they are unusually partial to diseases of both the social and physical sort, but ''The Three Wishes of Billy Grier,'' on ABC tonight at 8, does stretch things a bit in its search for inspirational fodder. Billy, it seems, has a rare metabolism ailment that will prematurely age him from 15 into an
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TV WEEKEND; MARATHONS, AT THE MET AND ON FOOT
NYTimes - over 33 years
-distance events in New York are being covered by television, live and in their entirety. On Oct. 22, 1883, the Metropolitan Opera opened with a performance of Gounod's ''Faust.'' Tomorrow, the centennial celebration being mounted at Lincoln Center will begin at 2 P.M. and run, with a break at 6 for dinner, for about eight hours. The entire event
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SWIFT-MOVING 'VICE SQUAD'
NYTimes - about 35 years
Because of the pious, precredit note to the effect that all the events we are about to witness are based on fact, and because of the title, which is so lurid that it seems to be recycled for a new picture every few years, you might think that ''Vice Squad'' was going to be just another piece of cheese. It isn't, though the people who produced it
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At the Movies; KURT RUSSELL, FROM BASEBALL TO THE SCREEN
NYTimes - over 35 years
''ESCAPE From New York,'' directed by John Carpenter, opens in several New York theaters today. The star is Kurt Russell as a fellow called Snake Plissken. Old Snake wears an eyepatch and a scruffy beard, he talks low and raspy, kind of like George C. Scott, and he's hard, man, with great big muscles. Mr. Russell earned some of those muscles
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Timeline
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    THIRTIES
  • 1991
    Age 39
    From 1991 to 1994, she portrayed Angelique Marick on the daytime drama All My Children.
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  • 1990
    Age 38
    She appeared in Stepfather III and Child in the Night, both in 1990.
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  • 1982
    Age 30
    Her other known film role is in the 1982 cult film Vice Squad, in which she played a prostitute named Princess.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1979
    Age 27
    Hubley was married to Kurt Russell from 1979 to 1983.
    More Details Hide Details They have a son, Boston Oliver Grant Russell (born 1980).
  • 1973
    Age 21
    In 1973, she starred as Pam in the made-for-television movie about a young couple, She Lives, co-starring Desi Arnaz, Jr. In the later 1970s, she appeared as a nun whose sister was murdered in an episode of Kojak, and she had a continuing and significant role in the evening TV drama Family.
    More Details Hide Details Hubley guest-starred in several episodes in 1976 and 1977 as Salina Magee, the love interest of teenage dropout Willie Lawrence. She also co-starred in an episode of Starsky and Hutch, "Starsky´s Lady," in which she was Starsky's (Paul Michael Glaser) fiancee.
  • 1972
    Age 20
    In television, she made an appearance on The Partridge Family in 1972 playing the part of a princess.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1951
    Born
    Born on March 14, 1951.
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