Ann-Margret Official Website


Ann-Margret has dazzled screen and stage audiences as few entertainers in our time. With her film debut in Frank Capra's final classic, "Pocketful of Miracles," in 1962, to the soon to be released Oliver Stone directed "On Any Sunday" with Al Pacino, Ann-Margret's film career has spanned four decades. Displaying a versatility that few actresses can match has earned her love and admiration, not just for her beauty and her legend, but for herself. Come behind the scenes for glimpses into over 50 films, including "Viva Las Vegas" with Elvis Presley, her Academy Award Nominated roles in "Tommy" and "Carnal Knowledge," and many memorable moments.
Latest DVD Releases:
ALL'S FAIRE IN LOVE was released on DVD from Hannover House on Feb. 7, 2012.
Ann-Margret All's Faire in Love
LUCKY was released on Oct. 11, 2011 from Phase 4 Films.
Lucky Ann-Margret


Feature Films:  
Ann-Margret Pocketful of Miracles


Year: 1961
Cast: Bette Davis, Glenn Ford, Peter Falk, Hope Lange, Arthur O'Connell, Ann-Margret, Thomas Mitchell, Jack Elam, Edward Everett Horton, David Brian, Mickey Shaughnessy
Directed By: Frank Capra
Character: Louise

Capra's final film, a remake of his 1933 "Lady for a Day," is just as corny and sentimental but doesn't work quite as well. Davis is delightful as Apple Annie, a down-on-her-luck street vendor who will go to any extreme to hide her poverty from the well-married daughter she adores. Ford is terrific as the man who transforms Annie into a lady in time for her daughter's visit. Touching. Maybe too touching. Also marks Ann-Margret's film debut.

Ann-Margret State Fair


Year: 1962
Cast: Pat Boone, Ann-Margret, Bobby Darin, Tom Ewell, Alice Faye, Pamela Tiffin, Wally Cox
Directed By: Jose Ferrer
Character: Emily Porter

The third film version of the story of a farm family who travel to their yearly state fair and experience life.

Ann-Margret Bye Bye Birdie


Year: 1963
Cast: Dick Van Dyke, Janet Leigh, Ann-Margret, Paul Lynde, Bobby Rydell, Maureen Stapleton, Ed Sullivan, Trudi Ames, Jesse Pearson
Directed By: George Sidney
Character: Kim McAfee

Energized and sweet film version of the Broadway musical about a teen rock and roll idol (Pearson doing Elvis) coming to a small town to see one of his fans before he leaves for the army. The film that made Ann-Margret a star.

Ann-Margret Viva Las Vegas


AKA: "Love in Las Vegas"
Year: 1963
Cast: Elvis Presley, Ann-Margret, William Demarest, Jack Carter, Cesare Danova, Nicky Blair, Larry Kent
Directed By: George Sidney
Character: Rusty Martin

Race car driver Elvis needs money to compete against rival Danova in the upcoming Las Vegas Grand Prix. He takes a job in a casino and romances fellow employee Ann-Margret, who turns out to be his rival for the grand prize in the local talent competition. Good pairing between the two leads, and the King does particularly well with the title song.

Ann-Margret Kitten With A Whip


Year: 1964
Cast: Ann-Margret, John Forsythe, Peter Brown, Patricia Barry, Richard Anderson, Diane Sayer, Ann Doran, Patrick Whyte, Audrey Dalton, Leo Gordon
Directed By: Douglas Heyes
Character: Jody Dvorak

Jody (Ann-Margaret) is a juvenile delinquent who's broken out of a girls' reformatory and breaks into the home of wannabe politician David Patton, who's separated from his wife. Jody works her considerable wiles and soon Patton's life is filled with wild parties, rampant teen lust, and violence. Based on the book by Wade Miller.

Ann-Margret The Pleasure Seekers


Year: 1964
Cast: Ann-Margret, Anthony Franciosa, Carol Lynley, Gardner McKay, Pamela Tiffin, André Lawrence, Gene Tierney
Directed By: Jean Negulesco
Character: Fran Hobson

Three American lovelies room together in Madrid and all manage to get themselves into seemingly unhappy relationships with fellows.

Ann-Margret Bus Riley's Back in Town


Year: 1965
Cast: Ann-Margret, Michael Parks, Janet Margolin, Brad Dexter, Jocelyn Brando
Directed By: Harvey Hart
Character: Laurel

A young sailor returns home to discover his girl has married an older, wealthy man.

Ann-Margret Once A Thief


Year: 1965
Cast: Alain Delon, Ann-Margret, Van Heflin, Jack Palance, John Davis Chandler
Directed By: Ralph Nelson
Character: Kristine Pedak

Eddie Pedak, a convicted criminal, has a steady job, a wife and daughter and he puts a down payment on a boat. He also has a police detective and brother after him, the first believes Eddie shot him, the second wants him for one last heist.

Ann-Margret The Cincinnati Kid


Year: 1965
Cast: Steve McQueen, Edward G. Robinson, Ann-Margret, Tuesday Weld, Karl Malden, Joan Blondell, Rip Torn, Jack Weston, Cab Calloway
Directed By: Norman Jewison
Character: Melba

Gambler "The Cincinnati Kid" (Steve McQueen) is hustling card games in New Orleans when he comes up against the veteran cardshark Lancey Howard. During a marathon card game, Kid notices dealer Shooter is throwing the game his way but he only wants to win fair and square. Conventional fare, with Ann-Margaret around for some conventional romance, helped along by serviceable performances and some stunning cinematography.

Ann-Margret Made In Paris


Year: 1966
Cast: Ann-Margret, Louis Jourdan, Richard Crenna, Edie Adams, Chad Everett
Directed By: Boris Sagal
Character: Maggie Scott

Maggie Scott (Ann-Margret), a fashion buyer in Paris on her first buying spree where she meets famous fashion designer Mark Fontaine and he immediately gives her the big rush. When Maggie appears to have lost the lucrative contract with Fontaine, her boss Ted Barclay, the son of her company's owner, comes to Paris to straighten things out, making an even bigger mess of things.

Ann-Margret Stagecoach


AKA: "I 9 Di Dryfork City"
Year: 1966
Cast: Ann-Margret, Red Buttons, Mike Connors, Alex Cord, Bing Crosby, Robert Cummings, Van Heflin, Slim Pickens, Stefanie Powers, Keenan Wynn
Directed By: Gordon Doulgas
Character: Dallas

A group of unlikely traveling companions find themselves on the same stagecoach to Cheyenne. They include a drunken doctor, a bar girl who's been thrown out of town, a professional gambler, a traveling liquor salesman, a banker who has decided to embezzle money, a gunslinger out for revenge and a young woman going to join her army captain husband. All have secrets but when they are set upon by an Indian war party and then a family of outlaws, they find they must all work together if they are to stay alive.

Ann-Margret The Swinger


Year: 1966
Cast: Ann-Margret, Anthony Franciosa, Robert Coote, Yvonne Romain, Horace McMahon
Directed By: George Sidney
Character: Kelly Olsson

An authoress (Ann-Margret) writes a steaming sex-novel and proceeds to live out her heroine's adventures.

Ann-Margret Murderer's Row


Year: 1966
Cast: Dean Martin, Ann-Margret, Karl Malden, Beverly Adams, James Gregory, Camilla Sparv
Directed By: Henry Levin
Character: Suzie

The handsome top agent Matt dies a tragic death in his bath tub - the women mourn about the loss. However it's just faked for his latest top-secret mission: He shall find Dr. Solaris, inventor of the Helium laser beam, powerful enough to destroy a whole continent. It seems Dr. Solaris has been kidnapped by a criminal organization. The trace leads to the Cote D'Azur ...

Ann-Margret The Tiger and The Pussycat


AKA: "Il Tigre"
Year: 1967
Cast: Ann-Margret, Vittorio Gassman, Eleanor Parker
Directed By: Dino Risi
Character: Carolina

A successful Italian businessman's infatuation with an attractive American art student leads him to marital and financial woes.

Ann-Margret il profeta


AKA: The Prophet
Year: 1968
Cast: Vittorio Gassman, Ann-Margret
Directed By: Dino Risi
Character: Maggie

The second of the Italian films. Once again, directed by Dino Risi and starring Vittorio Gassman. He is a loner who has left society, and since 5 years lives alone on a mountain. When he is summoned to Rome on some legal business, he falls in with Maggie who lives in a hippie commune. Worth seeing only for seeing A-M driving a Moto Guzzi in hot pants.



Year: 1968
Cast: Ann-Margret, Rossano Brazzi, Barbara Nichols
Directed By: Rossano Brazzi
Character: Leticia

A professor in criminology wants to prove his theories by setting up one of the greatest hold-ups ever, when stealing the jewels of a whole Buenos Aires opera-house audience.



Year: 1969
Cast: Laurence Harvey, Ann-Margret, Andrea Bosic
Directed By: Nino Zanchin
Character: Singer

When an international casino crime ring is planning a big score at a fixed roulette game, the casino police enlists the help of Jeff Miller, an alcoholic croupier, to nab the bad guys. Jeff is attracted to Laura, a singer at the casino, but she prefers the company of the leader of the thieving casino ring.

Ann-Margret R.P.M.


Year: 1970
Cast: Anthony Quinn, Ann-Margret, Gary Lockwood, Paul Winfield, Graham Jarvis
Directed By: Stanley Kramer
Charater: Rhoda

R.P.M. stands for (political) revolutions per minute. Anthony Quinn plays a liberal college professor at a west coast college during the hedy days of campus activism in the late 1960s. Radical students take over the college, the president resigns, and Quinn's character, who has always been a champion of student activism, is appointed president. As the students continue to push the envelope of revolution, Quinn's character is faced with the challenge of restoring order or abetting the descent into anarchy.

Ann-Margret C.C. and Company


Year: 1970
Cast: Joe Namath, Ann-Margret, William Smith, Jennifer Billingsley
Directed By: Seymour Robbie
Character: Ann McCalley

Motorcycle mechanic C.C. Ryder joins "The Heads," an outlaw biker gang. Fellow gang members menace fashion journalist Ann when her limo breaks down in the desert, but C.C. comes to her rescue. The bikers disrupt a motorcross event tied in with a fashion shoot, but C.C. enters the competition under Ann's admiring eye. His win puts him at odds with Moon, leader of "The Heads." When C.C. leaves with his cut of the purse, the bikers kidnap Ann, and C.C. races Moon to win her freedom.

Ann-Margret Carnal Knowledge


Year: 1971
Cast: Jack Nicholson, Candice Bergen, Art Garfunkel, Ann-Margret, Rita Moreno, Carol Kane
Directed By: Mike Nichols
Character: Bobbie

Carnal knowledge of the me generation. Three decades in the sex-saturated lives of college buddies Nicholson and Garfunkel, chronicled through girlfriends, affairs, and marriages. Controversial upon release, it's not a flattering anatomy of Y-chromosome carriers. Originally written as a play.

The Outside Man


AKA: "Un Homme Est Mort"
Year: 1973
Cast: Jean-Louis Trintignant, Roy Scheider, Ann-Margret, Angie Dickinson, Georgia Engel, Carlo De Meyo, Umberto Orsini, Ted de Corsia, Felice Orlandi, John Hillerman
Directed By: Jacques Deray
Character: Nancy Robson

A French hit man is called to Los Angeles to knock off a crime boss, which he does. But then an American hit man is hired to do in the Frenchman. The climatic showdown is set around the crime boss' body, which happens to be embalmed in a sitting position. Decidely offbeat.

Ann-Margret The Train Robbers


Year: 1973
Cast: John Wayne, Ann-Margret, Rod Taylor, Ben Johnson, Christopher George, Ricardo Montalban, Bobby Vinton, Jerry Gatlin
Directed By: Burt Kennedy
Character: Mrs. Lowe

A widow employs the services of three cowboys to help her recover some stolen gold in order to clear her late husband's name. At least that's what she says.

Ann-Margret Tommy


AKA: "The Who's Tommy"
Year: 1975
Cast: Ann-Margret, Elton John, Oliver Reed, Tina Turner, Roger Daltrey, Eric Clapton, Keith Moon, Pete Townshend, Jack Nicholson, Robert Powell, Paul Nicholas, Barry Winch, Victoria Russell, Ben Aris, Mary Holland, Jennifer Baker, Susan Baker, Arthur Brown, John Entwhistle
Directed By: Ken Russell
Character: Nora Walker

Peter Townsend's rock opera as visualized in the usual hyper-Russell style about the deaf, dumb, and blind boy who becomes a celebrity due to his amazing skill at the pinball machines. A parade of rock musicians perform throughout the affair, with varying degrees of success.

Ann-Margret The Twist


Year: 1976
Cast: Bruce Dern, Ann-Margret
Directed By: Claude Chabrol
Character: Charlie Minerva

Ann-Margret Joseph Andrews


Year: 1977
Cast: Ann-Margret, Peter Firth, Jim Dale, Michael Hordern, Beryl Reid
Directed By: Tony Richardson
Character: Lady Booby alias 'Belle'

This adaptation of a 1742 Henry Fielding novel chronicles the rise of Joseph Andrews from servant to personal footman (and fancy) of Lady Booby.

Ann-Margret The Last Remake of Beau Geste


Year: 1977
Cast: Marty Feldman, Ann-Margret, Michael York, Peter Ustinov, James Earl Jones
Directed By: Marty Feldman
Character: Flavia Geste

A slapstick parody of the familiar Foreign Legion story from the Mel Brooks-ish school of loud genre farce. Gary Cooper makes an appearance by way of inserted footage from the 1939 straight version.

Ann-Margret The Cheap Detective


Year: 1978
Cast: Peter Falk, Ann-Margret, Eileen Brennan, Sid Caesar, Stockard Channing, James Coco, Dom DeLuise, Louise Fletcher, John Houseman, Madeline Kahn, Fernando Lamas, Marsha Mason, Phil Silvers, Vic Tayback, Abe Vigoda, Paul Williams, Nicol Williamson
Directed By: Robert Moore
Character: Jezebel Dezire

Neil Simon's parody of the "Maltese Falcon" gloriously exploits the resourceful Falk in a Bogart-like role. Vast supporting cast--notable Brennan, DeLuise, and Kahn--equally game for fun in this consistently amusing venture.

Ann-Margret Magic


Year: 1978
Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Ann-Margret, Burgess Meredith, Ed Lauter, Jerry Houser, David Ogden Stiers, Lillian Randolph
Directed By: Richard Attenborough
Character: Peggy Ann Snow

Ventriloquist Hopkins and his dummy, an all-too-human counterpart, get involved with a beautiful but impressionable woman lost between reality and the irresistible world of illusion. Spine-chilling psycho-drama with a less-than-believable premise. Screenplay by Goldman from his novel.

Ann-Margret The Villian


AKA: "Cactus Jack"
Year: 1979
Cast: Kirk Douglas, Ann-Margret, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Paul Lynde, Foster Brooks, Ruth Buzzi, Jack Elam, Strother Martin, Robert Tessier, Mel Tillis
Directed By: Hal Needham
Character: Charming Jones

An unfunny spoof of "B" westerns that is almost like a live-action "Roadrunner" cartoon. Douglas plays Cactus Jack, a highwayman who keeps trying to kidnap fair damsel Ann-Margret. Hero Schwarzenegger keeps rescuing her. Lynde is amusing as the uptight Indian chief Nervous Elk.

Ann-Margret Middle Age Crazy


Year: 1980
Cast: Bruce Dern, Ann-Margret, Graham Jarvis, Eric Christmas, Deborah Wakeham
Directed By: John Trent
Character: Sue Ann Burnett

Story of a Texas building contractor who takes life pretty lightly until his own father dies. Then he becomes immersed in a mid-life crisis and has an affair with a Dallas Cowboys' cheerleader. Ann-Margaret plays the victim wife of the middle aged swingin' guy.

Ann-Margret Return of the Solider


Year: 1982
Cast: Glenda Jackson, Julie Christie, Ann-Margret, Alan Bates, Ian Holm, Frank Finlay
Directed By: Alan Bridges
Character: Jenny Baldry

A shell-shocked WWI veteran has no memory of his marriage, leaving his wife, his childhood flame, and an unrequited love to vie for his affections. Adapted from the novel by Rebecca West.

Ann-Margret I Ought To Be In Pictures


Year: 1982

Cast: Walter Matthau, Ann-Margret, Dinah Manoff, Lance Guest, Michael Dudikoff
Directed By: Herbert Ross
Character: Steffy Blondell

After hitchhiking from New York to Hollywood to break into the movies, a teenage actress finds her father, a screenwriter turned alcoholic-gambler.


Ann-Margret Lookin' To Get Out


Year: 1982
Cast: Ann-Margret, Jon Voight, Burt Young
Directed By: Hal Ashby
Character: Patti Warner

Comedy about two gamblers running from their debts. They wind up at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas trying to get out of a mess.

Ann-Margret Twice In A Lifetime


Year: 1985
Cast: Gene Hackman, Ellen Burstyn, Amy Madigan, Ann-Margret, Brian Dennehy, Ally Sheedy
Directed By: Bud Yorkin
Character: Audrey Minelli

Middle-aged man takes stock of his life when he's attracted to Ann-Margret. Realizing he's married in name only, he moves in with his new love while his former wife and children struggle with shock, disbelief, and anger. Well-acted, realistic, and unsentimental.

Ann-Margret 52 Pick-Up


Year: 1986
Cast: Roy Scheider, Ann-Margret, Vanity, John Glover, Doug McClure, Clarence Williams III, Kelly Preston, Robert Trebor, Lonny (Loni) Chapman
Directed By: John Frankenheimer
Character: Barbara Mitchell

After a fling, a wealthy industrialist is blackmailed by a trio of repulsive criminals and determines to save himself. First he becomes deeply caught in their web of murder. Based on an Elmore Leonard novel with lots of gruesome violence and good performances.

Ann-Margret A Tiger's Tale


Year: 1987
Cast: Ann-Margret, C. Thomas Howell, Charles Durning, Kelly Preston, Ann Wedgeworth, Tim Thomerson, Steven Kampmann, Traci Lind, Angel Tompkins, William Zabka
Directed By: Peter Douglas
Character: Rose Butts

A middle-aged divorced nurse begins an affair with her daughters's ex-boyfriend.

Ann-Margret A New Life


Year: 1988
Cast: Alan Alda, Ann-Margret, Hal Linden, Veronica Hamel, John Shea, Mary Kay Place, Cynthia Belliveau, Beatrice Alda
Directed By: Alan Alda
Character: Jackie Jardino

An uptight stockbroker is abandoned by his wife. The New York singles scene beckons both of them to a new chance at life. Appealing performances cannot completely mask the old storyline, but it's definitely worth a look.

Ann-Margret Newsies


Year: 1992
Cast: Christian Bale, Bill Pullman, Robert Duvall, Ann-Margret, Michael Lerner, Kevin Tighe, Charles Cioffi, Luke Edwards, Max Casella, David Moscow
Directed By: Kenny Ortega
Character: Medda Larkson

An unfortunate attempt at an old-fashioned musical with a lot of cute kids and cardboard characters and settings. The plot, such as it is, concerns the 1899 New York newsboys strike against penny-pinching publisher Joseph Pulitzer. Bale plays the newsboy's leader and at least shows some charisma in a strictly cartoon setting. The songs are mediocre but the dancing is lively. However, none of it moves the story along. Add a bone for viewers under 12. Choreographer Ortega's feature-film directorial debut.

Ann-Margret Grumpy Old Men


Year: 1993
Cast: Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Ann-Margret, Burgess Meredith, Daryl Hannah, Kevin Pollak, Ossie Davis, Buck Henry, Christopher McDonald
Directed By: Donald Petrie
Character: Ariel Truax

Lemmon and Matthau team for their seventh movie, in parts that seem written just for them. Boyhood friends and retired neighbors, they have been feuding for so long that neither of them can remember why. Doesn't matter much, when it provides a reason for them to spout off at each other every morning and play nasty practical jokes every night. This, and ice-fishing, is life as they know it, until feisty younger woman Ann-Margret moves into the neighborhood and lights some long-dormant fires. 83-year-old Meredith is a special treat playing Lemmon's 90-something father. Filmed in Wabasha, Minnesota, and grumpy, in the most pleasant way.

Ann-Margret Grumpier Old Men


Year: 1995
Cast: Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Ann-Margret, Sophia Loren, Kevin Pollak, Burgess Meredith, Daryl Hannah, Ann Guilbert
Directed By: Howard Deutch
Character: Ariel Gustafson

Max (Matthau) and John (Lemmon) are back at each other's throats, but with John happily married to Ariel (Ann-Margaret), he's not much of an adversary. Enter Maria (Loren), who wants to turn the boys' favorite bait shop into an Italian restaurant. In a twist that should surprise no one, Max soon falls for the beautiful Maria, and she with him.

Ann-Margret Any Given Sunday


Year: 1999
Cast: Al Pacino, Dennis Quaid, Cameron Diaz, Jamie Foxx, Charlton Heston, James Woods, Matthew Modine, Ann-Margret, Lauren Holly, Lela Rochon, L.L. Cool J., Aaron Eckhart, Jim Brown, Bill Bellamy, Elizabeth Berkley, John C. McGinley
Directed By: Oliver Stone
Character: Margaret Pagniacci

Stone sets aside his conspiracy theories on war and politics and effectively shines a spotlight on a different kind of battlefield to come up with the most commerical and entertaining film of his career. Pacino heads an all-star cast as the battered, yet wise and resilient coach of a struggling Miami football team who locks horns with not only young quarterback Foxx, but ruthless, ballbuster team owner Diaz. Epic-like runtime (which sprints along thanks to Stone's potent mix of raw camera work and hip-hop soundtrack) allows much of the cast plenty of room, with comedian Foxx holding his own with the big boys in a star-making performance as the hotdog player with a bad case of ego. With an intelligent script and a perfect cast, Stone creates the most realistic look at pro football since 1979's "North Dallas Forty."

Ann-Margret The Last Producer


AKA: The Final Hit
Year: 2000
Cast: Burt Reynolds, Lauren Holly, Benjamin Pratt, Ann-Margret
Directed By: Burt Reynolds
Character: Mira Wexler

Burt Reynolds plays an aging Hollywood producer. Knowing that he is soon going to die or not to have anymore importance, he bets all he has, all his love for the cinema, all his strengh, in doing his last movie, his best work, something for which he wants the people to remember him by.

Ann-Margret Interstate 60


Year: 2002
Cast: James Marsden, Gary Oldman, Amy Start, Christopher Lloyd, Chris Cooper, Ann-Margret
Directed By: Bob Gale
Character: Mrs. James

Neal Oliver is a young artist, but his father doesn't like his choice and wants him to go to Oxford. Everything changes after Neal's meeting with O.W.Grant, who grants exactly one wish per person, as his name suggests. Neal wishes for answers, and so he must travel to the nonexistent Danver by the nonexistent Interstate 60. In this trip he hopes to find the girl of his dreams, following the trail of her photos on the advertising stands along the route. Many encounters await him ahead. Will he receive what he asked for?

Ann-Margret Taxi


Year: 2004
Cast: Queen Latifah, Jimmy Fallon, Gisele Bundchen, Ana Cristina De Oliveira, Ann-Margret, Jennifer Esposito
Directed By: Tim Story
Character: Mrs. Washburn

Belle Williams is a speed demon. Flying through the streets of New York in her tricked-out taxi, she's earned a rep as New York's fastest cabbie. But driving a hack is only a pit stop for her real dream: Belle wants to be a race car champion. And she's well on her way--until she's derailed by overeager cop Andy Washburn, whose undercover skills are matched only by his total ineptitude behind the wheel. Washburn, whose lack of vehicular skills has landed him in the precinct doghouse, is hot on the heels of a gang of beautiful Brazilian bank robbers, led by Vanessa, their cold, calculating--and leggy--leader. To nab the evasive crooks, drivers license-less Washburn convinces Belle to team up with him to pursue Vanessa and crew. Belle has carte blanche to drive at any speed and break any law. The car-less cop and speed-demon cabbie--New York's unlikeliest partners-- begin a high-speed game of cat and mouse with the robbers.

Ann-Margret The Break-Up


AKA: "The Break Up"
Year: 2006
Cast: Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston, Ann-Margret, Joey Lauren Adams, Nicole Auman, Jason Bateman
Directed By: Peyton Reed
Character: Wendy Meyers

In Chicago, the art dealer Brooke Meyers feels not appreciated and neglected by her immature boyfriend Gary Grobowski, who is partner of his two brothers in a tourism business, and decides to break-up with him to make Gary misses her. Gary misunderstands her true intention, both follows the wrong advices of family members and friends, beginning a war of sexes with no winner.

Ann-Margret: The Santa Clause 3


Year: 2006
Cast: Tim Allen, Martin Short, Elizabeth Mitchell, Ann-Margret, Alan Arkin
Directed By: Michael Lembeck
Character: Sylvia Newman

Now that Santa and Mrs. Claus A.K.A. Scott Calvin and Carol Calvin have the North Pole running smoothly, the Counsel of Legendary Figures has called an emergency meeting on Christmas Eve! The evil Jack Frost has been making trouble, looking to take over the holiday! So he launches a plan to sabotage the toy factory and compel Scott to invoke the little-known Escape Clause and wish he'd never become Santa!

Ann-Margret Memory


Year: 2003
Cast: Billy Zane, Dennis Hopper, Ann-Margret
Directed By: Bennett Davlin
Character: Carol Hargrave

A medical reseracher teams with a retired doctor to root around in the genetically stored memories of a serial killer.

Ann-Margret The Loss Of A Teardrop Diamond


Year: 2008
Cast: Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Evans, Will Patto, Ann-Margret, Ellen Burstyn
Directed By: Jodie Markell
Character: Cornelia

Tells the story of Fisher Willow, the disliked 1920s Memphis débutante daughter of a plantation owner with a distaste for narrow-minded people and a penchant for shocking and insulting those around her. After returning from studies overseas, Fisher falls in love with Jimmy, the down-and-out son of an alcoholic father and an insane mother who works at a store on her family's plantation. She tries to pass him off as an upper-class suitor to appease the spinster aunt who controls her family's fortune, but when she loses a diamond, it places their tenuous relationship in further jeopardy.

Ann-Margret All's Faire in Love


Year: 2009
Cast: Christina Ricci, Ann-Margret, Owen Benjamin, Matthew Lillard
Directed by: Scott Marshall
Character: Mrs. Banks

Two rival Medieval shows vie for supremacy in the world of Renaissance Faires.

Released on DVD from Hannover House on Feb. 7, 2012

Ann-Margret Old Dogs


Year: 2009
Cast: John Travolta, Robin Williams, Seth Green, Matt Dillon, Ann-Margret
Directed By: Walt Becker
Character: Martha

Two friends and business partners find their lives turned upside down when strange circumstances lead to them being placed in the care of 7-year-old twins.

Lucky Ann-Margret


Year: 2010
Cast: Colin Hanks, Ari Graynor, Mimi Rogers, Jeffrey Tambor, Ann-Margret
Directed by: Gil Cates, Jr.
Character: Pauline

A wannabe serial killer wins the lottery and pursues his lifelong crush.

Released on DVD from Phase 4 Films on Oct. 11, 2011.


(tv movie)
Aired: Nov. 29, 1970
Directed By: Stan Harris
Character: Entertainer at Valley Forge

(tv movie)
Aired: Nov. 15, 1971
Directed By: Walter C. Miller
Character: Ruby
Ann-Margret Dames At Sea  
(tv movie)
Aired: Feb. 14, 1983
Directed By: John Erman
Character: Lucile Fray
Ann-Margret Who Will Love My Children? Based on a true story of Iowa farm wife Lucile Fray, Ann-Margret plays a dying mother of ten who's last wish is to find loving families for her children.
(tv movie)
Aired: March 4, 1984
Directed By: John Erman
Character: Blanche DuBois

Ann-Margret A Streetcar Named Desire Blanche Dubois goes to visit her pregnant sister and husband Stanley in New Orleans. Stanley doesn't like her, and starts pushing her for information on some property he know was left to the sisters. He discovers she has mortgaged the place and spent all the money, and wants to find out all he can about her. Even more friction develops between the two while they are in the appartment together ...
(tv movie)
Aired: Feb. 8, 1987
Directed By: John Erman
Character: Ann Arden Grenville


(tv movie)
Aired: May 19, 1991
Directed By: John Erman
Character: Luanne Barnes

A young man is dying of AIDS. His lover asks his mother to go to Fayetteville, Arkansas and tell Donald's mother, who has been estranged from her son for years.


(tv mini-series)
Aired: Feb. 14, 1993
Directed By: John Erman
Character: Sally Jackson
Ann-Margret Queen A plantation owner's son falls in love with a slave named Easter and together they have a light-skinned daughter named Queen. As Queen growns up, she faces the struggle of trying to fit into the troubled world around her. She tries passing for white, but it leads to sorrow in post-Civil War America. Everywhere she goes, she faces obstacles and hardships while searching for happiness and a place to belong.
(tv movie)
Aired: March 3, 1994
Directed BY; David Wheatley
Character: Carol Stevens
Ann-Margret Nobody's Children
An American couple attempt to overcome the bureaucracy stopping them from adopting a Romanian child.
(tv mini-series)
Aired: Nov. 13, 1994
Directed By: John Erman
Character: Belle Wutling
Ann-Margret Scarlett
Atlanta, 1873. It's another day, and Scarlett is determined to win back Rhett. First, she goes to Tara and spats with Sue Ellen over Tara. Then she goes to Charleston, presenting herself to Rhett's mother and friends, to Rhett's dismay. But when she's caught in a compromising position with Ashely, she retires to her mother's people in Savannah, and her overbearing grandfather Robelard, while Rhett courts a new bride. Scarlett also seeks out her O'Hara relatives and meets her cousin Colum, a priest. And knowing them, she goes to Ireland. There she meets the handsome Earl of Fenton, who owns Ballyhara, the ancestral home of the O'Haras. And when Scarlett buys it from him, she becomes the financial and spiritual head of the family. But her newfound happiness is short-lived as disasters strike, and she must rely on Rhett's love for her to save her from the gallows.
(tv movie)
Aired: Nov. 28, 1994
Directed By: Lee Grant
Character: Lena
An oppressed Swedish immigrant who decides to follow her heart when her strict husband dies from sorrow after his pet bird has died ... She wants to be a songwriter and goes to Nashville to pursue her dreams.


(tv miniseries)
Aired: Feb. 25, 1996
Directed By: John Patterson
Character: Diane Kay Borchardt

True crime story of a Wisconsin teacher's aide who hired teenaged students to murder her estranged husband.
(tv movie)
Aired: Oct. 20, 1996
Directed By: Peter Werner
Character: Maggie Yearwood
Maggie Yearwood moves to a new town to be near her son, Peter, who has gone deaf as the result of an accident and is now attending a special school. She moves into a small house next door to Owen Whister and soon falls in love with the cowboy, who harbors a dark secret ...
(tv seriers)
Directed By: Kevin Dowling
Character: Amanda 'Maggie' Wyatt


Feb. 24, 1998 - "Betrayals"
Feb. 24, 1998 - "Lives of Their Own"
March 3, 1998 - "The Fear That Follows"
Unaired - "Thicker Than Water"


(tv movie)
Aired: Oct. 12, 1998
Directed By: Waris Husein
Character: Pamela Harriman
Told mostly in flashbacks, the film tells the story of Pamela Digby Churchill Hayward Harriman, one of the greatest and probably most famous courtesans of the twentieth century. While not showing her childhood, first marriage to Winston Churchill's son, or most of her affairs, it covers her affair and eventual marriage to Broadway producer Leland Hayward, and then her marriage to politician Averell Harriman, with whom she had an affair while both were married to others in World War II. It also covers her as ambassador to France during her last years, and her death in 1997. While some (mostly her lovers) adored her, others (mostly her son and her husbands' children) hated her.
(tv movie)
Aired: Sept. 5, 1999
Directed By: Brian Trenchard-Smith
Character: Lorraine Petrovich
Ann-Margret Happy Face Murders
An eccentric older woman (Ann-Margret) implicates her brutal & controlling lover in the murder of a young retarded girl. Absorbed with "Murder She Wrote" and "Matlock", she creates details of the murder from clues she picks up from the detectives on the case. Implicating herself and sentenced to jail, she then recants her testimony. But no one believes her until clues surface from the real killer that he is still out there, has killed before, and will kill again. He signs his messages with Happy Faces.

(guest appearance)
Episode: "Millennium"
Aired: Jan. 2, 2000
Character: Angela

Released on DVD as part of TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL: THE SIXTH SEASON from Paramount on Sept. 25, 2012

(tv movie)
Aired: Feb. 27, 2000
Directed By: Lawrence Schiller
Character: Nedra Paugh

Ann-Margret Perfect Murder Perfect Town
Movie based on true events and the novel by Lawrence Schiller (who also directed) about six year old Jonbenet Ramsey and her family on Christmas Day 1996 and the horrible events that would transpire.
(tv mini-series)
Aired: March 26, 2000
Directed By: David Carson, Herbert Wise
Character: Queen Cinderella

Ann-Margret The 10th Kingdom
A father and daughter are caught in a parallel universe where the great queens Snow White, Cinderella, and Little Red Riding Hood have had their kingdoms fragmented by warring trolls, giants and goblins.
(guest appearance)
Episode: "Are You There God? It's Me Ann-Margret"
Aired: Dec. 8, 2000
Directed By: Aaron Schneider
Character: God
"Are You There God? It's Me, Ann-Margret" Harrison encounters God in a hospital storage room who knows personal things about him. Carmen attends a meeting for teens with alcoholic parents with an unexpected member. The school puts on the play Eqqus, with Josh and Lily as the leads.
(tv mini-series)
Aired: Dec. 13, 2001
Directed By: Joyce Copra
Character: Delia Monroe
Ann-Margret Blonde
A fictional biography of Marilyn Monroe mixed with series of real events in her life.
(tv movie)
Aired: 2001
Directed By: Karen Leigh Hopkins
Character: Claire Anders-Blackett
Ann-Margret A Woman's a Helluva Thing
After the death of his estranged mother, a womanizer discovers that they had a lot in common.
(guest appearance)
"Goodbye To All That": Oct. 31, 2003
"Surrender": Nov. 7, 2003
"Payback": Nov. 14, 2003
Character: Barbara Halsted

"Goodbye To All That" - Bosco, Ty and Sully attend a rally where a judge's car is bombed. Cruz wants out of uniform and plans a sting operation. Sully is chosen for protection detail. Faith is back in hospital.

"Surrender" - Judge Halsted's housekeeper is injured in the blast. Munroe orders a rape kit for Cruz. The case of Letty's killer comes to court.

"Payback" - Cruz reveals to the house that she was raped, and her attacker is transported by Bosco. Faith is finding counseling difficult.

(tv movie)
Aired: March 7, 2004
Directed By: Michael Tuchner
Character: Tula Jeeters
The story of Southern Belle, Tula, who is living her older years in huge, yet crumbling, country house. Wary of visitors, her routine is shaken by two con-artists, Hank Ford and his daughter Cali, who are eying up Tula as their next victim.
(guest appearance)
Episode: "Bedtime"
Aired: March 31, 2010
Directed By: Helen Shaver
Character: Rita Wills
A rape and murder helps Benson and Stabler crack a case involving a serial rapist and killer from the 1970s. However, one copycat crime remains open when investigation reveals that the crime was committed by a woman.
(guest appearance)
Episode: "Guns & Roses"
Aired: May 9, 2010
Directed By:Emile Levisetti
Character: Aunt Edie
(guest appearance)
Episode: "Sqweegel"
Aired: Oct. 14, 2010
Directed by: Jeffrey G. Hunt
Character: Margot Wilton

A well-known Las Vegas philanthropist is brutally slashed in her bed, and the team soon discovers that it is dealing with a killer who knows the secrets of some of the city's most prominent citizens.


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