Jan Ackermans




Cast (Feature Film)

Between Heaven And Earth (1992)
Baby'S Voice

Life Events


Movie Clip

Lost In America (1985) — (Movie Clip) If Liberace Had Children Executing on their new liberated lifestyle, on their first night out of L-A, neurotic yuppies David and Linda (co-writer and director Albert Brooks, and Julie Hagerty) have parked the RV and decided to splurge on a Las Vegas hotel suite before renewing their vows, meeting Michael Cornelison then Radu Gavor, in Lost In America, 1985.
Once To Every Woman (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Nothing Professional Conscientious surgeon Jim Barclay (Ralph Bellamy) has just made good his threat to resign, but feels a need to take a crack at ambitious but chilly nurse Mary (Fay Wray), and winds up warning her about her beau Freddie (Walter Byron), himself busy with Mary Carlisle, in Once To Every Woman, 1933.
Fog, The (1980) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Their Dark And Icy Death From producer and director and co-writers Debra Hill and John Carpenter, nice chilling ghost-story opening, with all of John Houseman’s performance, Ty Mitchell as young Andy listening, from The Fog, 1980, starring Adrienne Barbeau (then Mrs. Carpenter), Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh and Hal Holbrook.
Fog, The (1980) -- (Movie Clip) Weird And Unlucky End of director John Carpenter’s credits, Adrienne Barbeau’s voice DJ Stevie from a small coastal-California town where weird electrical events have begun, Tom Atkins as Nick is happy to pick up hitcher Elizabeth (Jamie Lee Curtis), in The Fog, 1980.
Affair In Trinidad (1952) -- (Movie Clip) I Asked Him To Pass The Salt Right after her hot opening number, Howard Wendell as the new American consul in Trinidad, with Torin Thatcher as the Brit cop Smythe, with some tactics applied, tells dancer Chris Emery (Rita Hayworth) her husband has been found dead, in Rita’s box-office hit comeback, Affair In Trinidad, 1952, directed by Vincent Sherman, co-starring Glenn Ford.
Affair In Trinidad (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Not In The Tropics Not his first scene but his first with the star, Glenn Ford as just-arrived American Steve is angry with Rita Hayworth as night club star Chris, widow of his artist brother, whom he’s never met, thinking he committed suicide, not realizing she’s helping the cops solve his murder, followed by a typical powerful entry into the plot by Juanita Moore as servant Dominique, in Affair In Trinidad, 1952.
Eyes Of Laura Mars (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Lace Day In Columbus Circle Faye Dunaway the title character most convincing, Brad Dourif a tech, Rene Auberjonois her agent, Michael Tucker an editor, Darlanne Fluegel and Lisa Taylor her models, Irvin Kershner directing on location, Columbus Circle in Manhattan, when the visions come back, in Eyes Of Laura Mars, 1978.
Eyes Of Laura Mars (1978) -- (Movie Clip) I've Seen All Kinds Of Murder Her entourage led by Rene Auberjonois and Michael Tucker at the police station, Faye Dunaway (the photographer title character who somehow saw the murder through the killer’s eyes) finds out Tommy Lee Jones, whom she met earlier, is a detective, and has evidence from the previous killing, while another cop (Frank Adonis) interviews her handyman (Brad Dourif), in Eyes Of Laura Mars, 1978.
Eyes Of Laura Mars (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Should I Hire A Bodyguard? Wrapping an early interview with plainclothes detective Neville (Tommy Lee Jones), Faye Dunaway (the title-character photographer who’s been telepathing murders) is surprised by Raul Julia, whom we learn is her ex-husband, not just the boyfriend of the last victim, her publicist, in Eyes Of Laura Mars, 1978.
Passage To India, A (1984) -- (Movie Clip) The Viceroy's On Board Director David Lean’s screenplay takes a predictably cinematic grip on the E.M. Forster novel, introducing Judy Davis as Adela Quested in1920’s London, Peter Hughes the P&O man, Peggy Ashcroft, as Mrs. Moore, mother of her betrothed, opening A Passage To India, 1984.
Miracle Woman, The (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Why Not Every Man? Frank Capra's spectacular and not-unrealistic depiction of a 1920's evangelical revival, with Barbara Stanwyck (as Florence Fallon, modeled on Aimee Semple McPherson) and David Manners as candidate for healing, from The Miracle Woman, 1931.
39 Steps, The (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Any Country That Pays Jumpy and mysterious Miss Smith (Lucie Mannheim) and her rescuer Hannay (Robert Donat) get acquainted in his London flat in an early scene from Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps, 1935.