Sylvia Scarlett and her father, Henry, flee France one step ahead of the police. Henry, while employed as a bookkeeper for a lace factory, was discovered to be an embezzler. While on the channel ferry, they meet a "gentleman adventurer", Jimmy Monkley, who partners with them in his con games.
The love story of Chase and Scarlett is abruptly ended when Scarlett is diagnosed with cancer. Mia, next door, is pregnant and in an abusive marriage. The lives of Scarlett, Chase and Mia become intertwined with a surprise twist at the end.
Scarlett, a neglected, agoraphobic girl who has lived alone since she was a child, suddenly finds herself pregnant. When she has no recollection of how this happened, she tailspins into a complete mental breakdown.
Captain Scarlett rescues Princess Maria from being abducted while travelling. She's not exactly grateful. He finds out that she is to be married to a man she doesn't like, so Captain Scarlet attempts to help her but winds up in prison for his efforts. He escapes and finally helps the reluctant bride who winds up joining Captain Scarlett and his sidekick and they become something along the lines of the three musketeers.
This is the story of how one of the famous movie roles was cast. The role of Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With the Wind.
The tragic life and career of two-time Oscar winner Viviemn Leigh, who battled tuberculosis and manic-depression but always remained a star.
Two detectives investigate a murder in corrupt Los Angeles.
In bustling era of 19th-century Louisiana, sugar is as valuable as gold, and pirates like Lili Scarlet (Patricia Medina, Mr. Arkadin) will do anything to get it. After robbing Jules Tulane’s (John Dehner, The Boys from Brazil) estate of his crop, Scarlet takes over Tulane’s land debt and forces him to pay or go to prison. In exchange for postponing his debt, Scarlet allows Tulane’s son, André (Lex Barker, Robin Hood and the Pirates), to work as her servant. When André and Scarlet fall in love, it leads to jealous rage from Scarlet’s former paramour, expert swordsman Hugo (Warren Stevens, Forbidden Planet) — and when Hugo looks to raid the Tulane estate again, it is up to André and Scarlet to take him down and save the estate.
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A newly married detective and his pregnant wife move into their dream home unaware of its dark history. When his wife claims their baby is being tormented by a supernatural force and seeks the help of a renegade demonologist, he must investigate the past to save his family.
Scarlett is a 1994 six hour miniseries loosely based on the sequel to Margaret Mitchell's novel, Gone with the Wind, written by Alexandra Ripley. The series was filmed at 53 locations in the United States and abroad, and stars Joanne Whalley as Scarlett O'Hara, Timothy Dalton as Rhett Butler, and Sean Bean as Lord Richard Fenton as well as many other notable British and American actors.
Scarlett Hill was a Canadian soap opera first broadcast on the CBC Television in October 1962. This was the first daytime soap opera produced for Canadian television, although it was based upon an American radio drama created by Robert Lindsay. The series focused on the residents of a boarding house, and starred John Drainie, Ed McNamara, Gordon Pinsent, and Beth Lockerbie. The series was syndicated to the United Kingdom, Australia and the US and ran until 1964.
Mariana & Scarlett is a Spanish telenovela television series filmed in Colombia. It was produced by Caracol TV and starred Carolina Acevedo, Carolina Guerra and Patrick Delmas with the participation of Bianca Arango and Juliana Galvis.