Latest Titles With Grace Kelly
- Movies or TV
3. Before Breakfast (I) (2010)
12 min | Short, Comedy, Drama
Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn, two of the most revered screen legends of all time, spun in the same Hollywood and New York orbits simultaneously. Both exuded a kind of other worldly ... See full summary »
13. S1m0ne (2002)
PG-13 | 117 min | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
A producer's film is endangered when his star walks off, so he decides to digitally create an actress to substitute for the star, becoming an overnight sensation that everyone thinks is a real person.
15. Breakfast (2000– )
180 min | Family, News, Talk-Show
Popular morning news programme that covers many news stories from both the UK and from around the world. Other features include a sports round-up, weather reports every thirty minutes and ... See full summary »
25. Billy Baxter Presents Diary of the Cannes Film Festival with Rex Reed (1980 TV Movie)
52 min | Documentary
An eye-opening documentary that reveals the behind-the-scenes partying and plotting at one of the most memorable festivals in Cannes' storied history.
Writers: Kathleen Carroll, Charles Champlin, Roger Ebert, Molly Haskell, Eleanor Perry, Rex Reed, Andrew Sarris, Alexander Walker | Director: Iain Johnstone | Stars: Anouk Aimée, Samuel Z. Arkoff, Lucie Arnaz, Bruce Beresford
31. The Children of Theatre Street (1977)
G | 90 min | Documentary
A documentary on the Kirov School of Ballet in Russia, narrated by Princess Grace of Monaco.
41. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Ford (1973 TV Special)
75 min | Documentary
Shortly before his death in 1973, John Ford was given is first ever Lifetime Achievement Award by the AFI while friends and co-workers shared reminiscences.
44. Frank Sinatra: In Concert at the Royal Festival Hall (1971 TV Special)
Not Rated | 50 min | Music
50. The 40th Annual Academy Awards (1968 TV Special)
Writers: I.A.L. Diamond, Gig Henry, Hal Kanter, Mort Lachman, Bill Larkin, Charles Lee, John Rapp, Norman Sullivan, Daniel Taradash, Lester A. White | Director: Richard Dunlap | Stars: Bob Hope, Julie Andrews, Louis Armstrong, Hal Ashby