Her 1978 comeback picture was Convoy, which reunited her with Sam Peckinpah… Ali MacGraw

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9.The Getaway

Steve McQueen, Ali MacGraw

Released: 1972

Directed by: Sam Peckinpah

The Getaway is a 1972 American action film directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw. The film is based on the Jim Thompson novel of the same name..

 

Natural Causes

Ali MacGraw, Linda Purl

Released: 1994

Directed by: James Becket

Natural Causes is a 1994 Drama film directed by James Becket.

7.China Rose

George C. Scott, Ali MacGraw

Released: 1983

Directed by: Robert Day

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Split Estate

Ali MacGraw

Released: 2009

Directed by: Debra Anderson

Split Estate is a documentary film directed by Debra Anderson.

5.Gunsmoke : The Long Ride

James Brolin, Ali MacGraw

Released: 1993

Directed by: Jerry Jameson

Retired marshal Matt Dillon must clear his name after mistaken identity makes him wanted: dead or alive…

4.The Getaway

Steve McQueen, Ali MacGraw

Released: 1972

Directed by: Sam Peckinpah

The Getaway is a 1972 American action film directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw. The film is based on the Jim Thompson novel of the same name..

3.Convoy

Kris Kristofferson, Ernest Borgnine

Released: 1978

Directed by: Sam Peckinpah

Convoy is a 1978 action film directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Kris Kristofferson, Ali MacGraw, Ernest Borgnine and Burt Young. The movie is based on the 1975 country…

2.Goodbye, Columbus

Bette Midler, Jaclyn Smith

Released: 1969

Directed by: Larry Peerce

Goodbye, Columbus is a 1969 American romantic comedy drama film starring Richard Benjamin and Ali MacGraw, directed by Larry Peerce and based on the novella of the same name by Philip..

1Love Story

Tommy Lee Jones, Ray Milland

Released: 1970

Directed by: Arthur Hiller

Love Story is a 1970 romantic drama film written by Erich Segal, who also authored the best-selling novel of the same name. It was directed by Arthur Hiller and starred Ryan O’Neal, Ali..
The daughter of artists, actress Ali MacGraw prepared for an art career of her own at Wellesley College. At 22, MacGraw entered the world of high fashion as assistant editor at Harper’s Bazaar and went on to work as a photographer’s assistant, at least until someone decided that her looks were far too dazzling to be kept behind the camera.
Before long, she was adorning magazine covers worldwide and appearing in TV commercials (she’s the beach girl in the “Polaroid Swinger” camera ads of the mid-’60s). After an unremarkable movie debut in 1968, she became a full-fledged star in 1969’s Goodbye Columbus. Perhaps no one was more impressed by MacGraw’s charms than Paramount executive Robert Evans, who fell in love with her and began guiding the destinies of her career (Evans became MacGraw’s second husband in 1971).
Her next film role was unquestionably the best: Jenny Cavilleri, the charmingly foul-mouthed, slowly dying heroine of the 1970 smash hit Love Story, which earned her an Oscar nomination. Evans continued promoting MacGraw’s career even after she’d left him in favor of actor Steve McQueen, whom she’d met while filming Sam Peckinpah’s The Getaway (1973), and to whom she was married from 1973 to 1978. After losing the role of Daisy Buchanan in The Great Gatsby (1974) to Mia Farrow, MacGraw took a four-year sabbatical from films. Her 1978 comeback picture was Convoy, which reunited her with Sam Peckinpah; inspired by a CB radio craze, the film was regarded as a great step backward for all concerned.
After playing Alan King’s long-suffering lady friend in Just Tell Me What You Want, MacGraw confined her infrequent acting appearances to the small screen. She was briefly a regular as Lady Ashley Mitchell on the weekly Dynasty, and starred in the miniseries The Winds of War (1983) and China Rose (1985).
MacGraw also appeared in the TV movies Gunsmoke: The Long Ride (1992), playing a character named Uncle Jane, and Natural Causes (1994). In 1991, Ali MacGraw published Moving Pictures, her autobiography.
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