A gambler discovers an old flame while in Argentina, but she's married to his new boss.
Diaries, audiotapes, videotapes and testimonies from friends and colleagues offer insight into the life and career of Gilda Radner -- the beloved comic and actress who became an icon on Saturday Night Live.
A woman catches her husband in bed with a much younger lady. Shocked and distraught, the woman leaves her husband. She decides to embark on a road trip of erotic self discovery. The woman meets a cartoonist during her sensual pilgrimage and gets involved in a torrid sexual affair with him.
A filmed version of the Broadway show starring comedienne Gilda Radner, complete with the characters she made famous on the TV show "Saturday Night Live."
In 1979, Gilda Radner threw a summerlong party at Broadway Winter Garden Theatre. Everybody came: Lisa Loopner, Judy Miller, Emily Litella, Rhonda and the Rhondettes, Candy Slice, Roseanne Roseannadanna. And many thousands of cheering theatergoers celebrating Gilda hilarious, knockout Brodway debut. Filmed by another award-winning stage/screen comedy legend, director Mike Nichols, Gilda Live showcases the comedienne Saturday Night Live alter-egos in edgy, crazy material not even the Not Ready for Prime Time Players were ready for. Also on hand are Late Night with David Letterman Paul Shaffer, playing straight man and playing up a musical storm, and Father Guido Sarducci, ever the irreverent reverend. Join them as the late, great Gilda does what she does best be flat-out funny.
A New York mafia boss who owns a nightclub blackmails the women. Among the nightclub girls is Lulu who discovers her friend Gina is being blackmailed. Gina aka Gilda another nightclub girl lives out a fantasy as her Idol Rita Hayworth and romances her limo driver and risks being discovered by her boyfriend.
The life and death of the tropical singer Gilda.
Biopic about the late "Saturday Night Live" star Gilda Radner. Gilda tells her own story, beginning with her childhood as a chubby girl who loved to perform with her dad, and her early years at Second City in Toronto. There she honed her comedic chops along with John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray, all four of whom eventually left for New York to become part of the Not Ready For Primetime Players on "Sautrday Night Live." The movie also chronicles Gilda's lifelong quest to find true love, which she eventually found with Gene Wilder, and how she used her comic genius to inspire women in their fight against cancer. The actress died in 1989 of ovarian cancer at age 42.
A compilation of Gilda Radner's funniest skits and most memorable characters from the first five years of Saturday Night Live.
My big brother went away to soon, without a word. Actually, he never could speak, nor could he walk. I never knew what he could see or hear. Or if he really loved me. So before our uncertainties and regrets settle forever, we, his two little brothers, decided to finish the film we had started with him during the last year of his life, hoping to find a word or a look that would prove it to us, once and for all.
Friends of Gilda was a 1993 ninety-minute television special made by CBC Television to benefit the Genesis Research Foundation, the research fundraising arm of the University of Toronto’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Its original air date was 21 November 1993. The fundraiser was a tribute to Gilda Radner who died of ovarian cancer in 1989 and featured a long list of performers with whom she was friendly. Among these were the "surviving cast members" who had shared the stage with Gilda Radner in the celebrated Toronto production of Godspell which was her professional stage debut. Others appearing in the special knew her from Second City Toronto. Several—including Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin—fell into both those categories. The special was directed by Martin Short who had dated Radner when they were both in Godspell. Short also appeared in the show itself and shared writing credit with Perry Rosemond. Paul Shaffer, who conducted and played piano for the same Toronto production of Godspell, appeared as music director. The special included songs from Godspell, backstage footage of the production, several clips from Saturday Night Live, and four comedy sketches: