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Two Weeks (2005)
[ Clea DuVall ][ Julianne Nicholson ]
A Thousand Cranes (2003)
A Boy Falling Out of the Sky (2003)
[ Lisa Vidal ]
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003)
[ Reese Witherspoon ][ Jennifer Coolidge ][ Regina King ][ Alanna Ubach ][ Mary Lynn Rajskub ]
Next of Kin (2002)
[ Leslie Bibb ]
First Snowfall (2002)
[ Leslie Bibb ][ Kristin Minter ]
Say It Isn't So (2001)
[ Heather Graham ][ Sarah Silverman ][ Suzanne Somers ][ Lin Shaye ][ Courtney Peldon ]
David Copperfield (2000)
[ Julie Cox ][ Emily Hamilton ]
Where the Heart Is (2000)
[ Natalie Portman ][ Ashley Judd ][ Joan Cusack ][ Stockard Channing ]
A Cooler Climate (1999)
[ Judy Davis ][ Carly Pope ][ Jessalyn Gilsig ]
Merry Christmas, George Bailey (1997)
[ Tina Majorino ][ Penelope Ann Miller ][ Carol Kane ][ Mae Whitman ]
Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco (1996)
[ Carla Gugino ][ Tisha Campbell ][ Tress MacNeille ][ Kim Greist ][ Robyn Douglas ]
Eye for an Eye (1996)
[ Beverly D'Angelo ][ Cynthia Rothrock ][ Olivia Burnette ][ Barbara Harris ]
Forrest Gump (1994)
[ Robin Wright ][ Siobhan Fallon ][ Hanna R. Hall ][ Jacqueline Lovell ][ Aretha Franklin ]
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993)
[ Jean Smart ][ Kim Greist ]
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
[ Mara Wilson ][ Lisa Jakub ][ Polly Holliday ][ Betsy Monroe ]
Soapdish (1991)
[ Teri Hatcher ][ Elisabeth Shue ][ Carrie Fisher ][ Whoopie Goldberg ][ Kathie Najimy ]
Not Without My Daughter (1991)
Steel Magnolias (1989)
[ Julia Roberts ][ Daryl Hannah ][ Shirley McLaine ][ Janine Turner ][ Olympia Dukakis ]
Punchline (1988)
[ Candace Cameron Bure ][ Kim Greist ]
Surrender (1987)
[ Julie Kavner ][ Iman ]
Murphy's Romance (1985)
[ Anna Thompson ]
Places in the Heart (1984)
[ Amy Madigan ]
Kiss Me Goodbye (1982)
All the Way Home (1981)
[ Polly Holliday ]
Absence of Malice (1981)
[ Melinda Dillon ]
Back Roads (1981)
[ Barbara Babcock ]
Smokey and the Bandit II (1980)
Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (1979)
[ Angela Cartwright ][ Shirley Jones ][ Shirley Knight ][ Veronica Hamel ]
Norma Rae (1979)
[ Dolly Parton ][ Grace Zabriskie ][ Gail Strickland ]
The End (1978)
[ Kristy McNichol ][ Joanne Woodward ][ Myrna Loy ]
Hooper (1978)
[ Tara Buckman ]
Heroes (1977)
Smokey and the Bandit (1977)
Sybil (1976)
[ Joanne Woodward ]
Bridger (1976)
Stay Hungry (1976)
[ Joanna Cassidy ]
Home for the Holidays (1972)
[ Jessica Walter ][ Eleonor Parker ]
Dreadful Sorry Clementine (1971)
Mongo's Back in Town (1971)
[ Anne Francis ]
Marriage: Year One (1971)
[ Agnes Moorehead ][ Cicely Tyson ]
Hitched (1971)
Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring (1971)
[ Eleonor Parker ][ Linda Ronstadt ]
Love Me, Love My Dog (1968)
May the Wind Be Always at Your Back (1968)
The Puce Albert (1968)
Where There's a Will (1968)
The Way West (1967)
Big Brother Is Watching You (1967)
Sharin' Sharon (1967)
Woody, Can You Spare a Sister? (1967) 100 Hot DVDs

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Born November 6, 1946, in Pasadena, CA, actress Sally Field was the daughter of another actress, Margaret Field, who is perhaps best known to film buffs as the leading lady of the sci-fi The Man From Planet X (1951). Field's stepfather was actor/stunt man Jock Mahoney, who, despite a certain degree of alienation between himself and his stepdaughter, was the principal influence in her pursuit of an acting career. Active in high-school dramatics, Field bypassed college to enroll in a summer acting workshop at Columbia studios. Her energy and determination enabled her to win, over hundreds of other aspiring actresses, the coveted starring role on the 1965 TV series Gidget. Gidget lasted only one season, but Field had become popular with teen fans and in 1967 was given a second crack at a sitcom with The Flying Nun; this one lasted three seasons and is still flying around in reruns.Somewhere along the way Field made her film debut in The Way West (1967) but was more or less ignored by moviegoers over the age of 21. Juggling sporadic work on stage and TV with a well-publicized first marriage (she was pregnant during Flying Nun's last season), Field set about shedding her "perky" image in order to get more substantial parts. Good as she was as a reformed junkie in the 1970 TV movie Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring, by 1972 Field was mired again in sitcom hell with the short-lived weekly The Girl With Something Extra. Freshly divorced and with a new agent, she tried to radically alter her persona with a nude scene in the 1975 film Stay Hungry, resulting in little more than embarrassment for all concerned. Finally, in 1976, Field proved her mettle as an actress in the TV movie Sybil, winning an Emmy for her virtuoso performance as a woman suffering from multiple personalities stemming from childhood abuse. Following this triumph, Field entered into a long romance with Burt Reynolds, working with the actor in numerous films that were short on prestige but long on box-office appeal.By 1979, Field found herself in another career crisis: now she had to jettison the "Burt Reynolds' girlfriend" image. She did so with her powerful portrayal of a small-town union organizer in Norma Rae (1979), for which she earned her first Academy Award. At last taken completely seriously by fans and industry figures, Field spent the next four years in films of fluctuating merit (she also ended her relationship with Reynolds and married again), rounding out 1984 with her second Oscar for Places in the Heart. It was at the 1985 Academy Awards ceremony that Field earned a permanent place in the lexicon of comedy writers, talk show hosts, and impressionists everywhere by reacting to her Oscar with a tearful "You LIKE me! You REALLY LIKE me!" Few liked her in such subsequent missteps as Surrender (1987) and Soapdish (1991), but Field was able to intersperse them with winners such as the 1989 weepie Steel Magnolias and the Robin Williams drag extravaganza Mrs. Doubtfire (1993). Field found further triumph as the doggedly determined mother of Tom Hanks in the 1994 box-office bonanza Forrest Gump, which, in addition to mining box-office gold, also managed to pull in a host of Oscars and various other awards.Following Gump, Field turned her energies to ultimately less successful projects, such as 1995's Eye for an Eye with Kiefer Sutherland and Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco (1996). She also did some TV work, most notably in Tom Hanks' acclaimed From the Earth to the Moon miniseries (1998) and the American Film Institute's 100 Years....100 Movies series. The turn of the century found Field contributing her talents to a pair of down-home comedy-dramas, first with a cameo matriarch role in 2000's Where the Heart Is and later that year as director of the Minnie Driver vehicle Beautiful. Both films met with near-universal derision from critics; only the Steel Magnolias-esque Heart found a modest box-office following.

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