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Brenda Starr (1976)





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Dale Messick's inexplicably popular Brenda Starr has to be one of the lamest comic strips ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public; thus, any filmed version of the strip had nowhere to go but up. Jill St. John stars in this feature-length TV pilot film as plucky girl reporter Brenda Starr. While searching for a Howard Hughesish recluse, Brenda ends up in the wilds of Brazil at the mercy of voodoo-practicing natives. Happily, both St. John and special guest villain Victor Buono recognize the material for what it is, and make no effort to take things seriously. Brenda Starr debuted on May 8, 1976; no series of any kind followed. Other cinemadaptations of Brenda Starr include a 1945 Columbia serial starring Joan Woodbury, and a much-delayed (though not long-awaited) theatrical feature of the 1990s starring Brooke Shields. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Jill St. John
as Brenda Starr
Jed Allan
as Roger Randall
Victor Buono
as Lance O'Toole
Sorrell Booke
as A. J. Livwright
Tabi Cooper
as Hank O'Hare
Barbara Luna
as Luisa Santamaria
Marcia Strassman
as Kentucky Smith
Joel Fabiani
as Carlos Vegas
Arthur Roberts
as Dan Leander
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