O.J. Simpson plays Michael Brennen, a San Francisco private eye who gets dragged into a drug-smuggling operation while searching for the girlfriend of a deal client, leading Brennen to a ... See full summary »
In 1854, there were living on the streets of New York City over 10,000 abandoned orphaned children. Out of this desperate situation was born the orphan Train. This is a fictionalized account, based on actual events.
A white female detective is partnered with a black male detective to find the person who is committing a series of particularly vicious murders. During the course of the investigation the ... See full summary »
Richard C. Sarafian
A team of Navy SEALs take on special assignments for the government and the private sector, the operation is fronted out of a dive shop in Malibu. Their leader, John "Bullfrog" Burke, ... See full summary »
I stumbled on this film after it began on Plex and was captivated by Joe and Goldie. Only after it was over did I find that "Joe" was the infamous O j Simpson, which didn't spoil the film. Little Goldie looked so familiar that I wondered if perhaps she had gone on to become a mature actress using another name. She was such an excellent actress that I thought surely she must still be around.
Sadly, her resume ceases after a few years, and we have lost a real talent. Perhaps she would have become another Reese Witherspoon, my favorite.
I finally found why she looked familiar, because I had seen and loved her in Orphan Train. I have eleven daughters and granddaughters of my own and she brings back fond memories of raising them.
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