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  1. Jennifer (1978) - IMDb

    Apr 21, 1978 · Directed by Brice Mack. With Lisa Pelikan, Bert Convy, Nina Foch, Amy Johnston. Ostracized at a snooty private school because of her rural, poor background, a scholarship student is tormented to the point where her only remaining recourse is revenge, using the only method she knows: her psychic control over snakes!

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  2. Jennifer (1953) - IMDb

    Directed by Joel Newton. With Ida Lupino, Howard Duff, Robert Nichols, Mary Shipp. Agnes Langsley gets a job, through Jim Hollis, as caretaker of an old and vacated estate.

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  3. Jennifer (1978 film) - Wikipedia

    Jennifer is a 1978 American supernatural horror film directed by Brice Mack, starring Lisa Pelikan, Bert Convy, Wesley Eure, Nina Foch, and John Gavin. Its plot follows a young woman who, ostracized by her peers at an elite boarding school, enacts violent revenge via her psychokinetic ability to control snakes.

  4. Directed by Guy Green. With Elizabeth Montgomery, Bradford Dillman, Scott Hylands, James Booth. The widow of a wealthy executive battles schemes by factions of the board of directors as she fights to keep control of his shipbuilding company.

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  5. Jennifer 8 (1992) - IMDb

    Nov 06, 1992 · Directed by Bruce Robinson. With Andy Garcia, Uma Thurman, Lance Henriksen, Graham Beckel. John Berlin, a big-city cop from Los Angeles, moves to a small-town police force and immediately finds himself investigating a murder.

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    • R
  6. Movie Title Poem - Jennifer West — Google Arts & Culture

    The new work Film Title Poem (2016) is an etched, hand-painted 35mm digitised film comprised of collaged words, images, patterns and glitches shot from over 500 movie title cards and set to a musical soundtrack.

  7. Bad Blood - IMDb

    Directed by Adam McKay. With Jennifer Lawrence, Mike Gassaway. Entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes creates a bio-tech company that skyrockets her to fame with an estimated value in the billions.

  8. Movie title fruitless...... - Ihunda Jennifer styles

    Movie title fruitless... Showing on MJT EMPIRE TV on YouTube

  9. Jennifer Lafleur - Movie Wiki

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  10. Why 'mother!' is lowercase in the movie title

    Jennifer Lawrence's new movie is a bombastic, feverish nightmare fairy tale that's an allegory for G-d and the act of creation in the Bible. In the movie's marketing, Paramount Pictures have been using a lowercase stylization, so it reads like "mother!"

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