Season 3 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 55
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 55
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
E! True Hollywood Story Season 3 (1999-2000)
|3x01 Bob Fosse |
A profile of choreographer and director Bob Fosse (1927-87), the only person to win the Oscar ("Cabaret"), the Emmy ("Liza with a `Z' ") and the Tony ("Pippin") awards in one year (1972). ...
|Jan. 03, 1999|
|3x02 Chris Farley |
A profile of comic actor Chris Farley (1964-97) looks at his childhood, successful TV and film careers and his death by drug overdose. Interviewed: Brian Dennehy, Christopher Guest, ...
|Jan. 10, 1999|
|3x03 Tonya Harding |
Examining Tonya Harding's rise as a professional figure skater and her subsequent fall following the attack on rival Nancy Kerrigan in 1994. Included: her childhood; her marriages; ...
|Jan. 17, 1999|
|3x04 Dean Martin |
A biography of Dean Martin looks at his performing partnership with Jerry Lewis. Also examined are his days as a member of the "Rat Pack." Lewis is among those interviewed.
|Jan. 24, 1999|
|3x05 Pamela Des Barres |
A profile of author Pamela Des Barres focuses on her days as a rock-and-roll groupie and the best-selling 1987 memoirs of her exploits. Interviewed: David Crosby; her ex-husband, musician ...
|Jan. 31, 1999|
|3x06 Mr. T |
A chronicle of the life and career of Lawrence Tero, better known as Mr. T, examines his rise from bodyguard to movie star and his battle with cancer. Included: his screen test for ...
|Feb. 07, 1999|
|3x07 The Beatle Wives |
A look at the relationship between the four members of the Beatles and the women they were engaged or married to, including Cynthia Powell Lennon, Jane Asher, Pattie Boyd, Yoko Ono, ...
|Feb. 14, 1999|
|3x08 Halston |
A biography of fashion designer Roy "Halston" Frowick (1932-90), who overcame an impoverished upbringing to become "a giant of American fashion" in the 1970s. Included: his work as ...
|Feb. 21, 1999|
|3x09 Divine |
A profile of Harris Glenn Milstead (1945-88), better known as Divine---"America's most outrageous drag queen." Examined: his youth in Maryland, friendship with director John Waters ...
|Mar. 07, 1999|
|3x10 Dudley Moore |
A profile of British actor-composer Dudley Moore. Included: his early career writing and performing in satirical revues in England; his film successes in the early '80s; his work as ...
|Mar. 14, 1999|
|3x11 Kristy McNichol |
A profile of actress Kristy McNichol, who won an Emmy at age 15 for her work on "Family," examines the impact of a manic-depressive illness on her life. Included: her start in commercials; ...
|Mar. 21, 1999|
|3x12 The Brat Pack |
A look at the lives of Hollywood's Brat Pack from the 1980s, including Demi Moore, Molly Ringwald, Judd Nelson, Rob Lowe, Ally Sheedy, Emilio Estevez, Andrew McCarthy and Anthony Michael ...
|Mar. 28, 1999|
|3x13 Lauren Chapin |
The tragic life of child star Lauren Chapin, who played Kitten on the TV series "Father Knows Best." Chapin talks about her abusive parents, struggle with drug abuse, suicide attempt ...
|Apr. 04, 1999|
|3x14 Dennis Hopper |
Tracing the life and career of actor-director Dennis Hopper, who talks about how the excesses of Hollywood in the '60s and '70s almost killed him. Included: his screen debut in "Rebel ...
|Apr. 11, 1999|
|3x15 Family Affair: the Anissa Jones Story |
A look at the life of Anissa Jones (1958-76), the child star who played Buffy on the TV series "Family Affair" from 1966-71 and died of a drug overdose at age 18. Included: comments ...
|Apr. 18, 1999|
|3x17 James Stacy |
A look at the life of actor James Stacy, who starred in the TV western "Lancer." Included: a 1973 motorcycle accident in which Stacy lost his left arm and leg; his marriages to Connie ...
|Apr. 19, 1999|
|3x18 The Sunset Strip |
The glitz and grime of Tinseltown is revealed in a history of the fabled Sunset Strip: a "1.7-mile stretch of road connecting Hollywood to Beverly Hills." Included: rare clips, stills ...
|May. 02, 1999|
|3x19 Baywatch |
The story of the long-running syndicated series about boobs and babes on the beach.
|May. 16, 1999|
|3x20 Heidi von Beltz |
The life and career of stuntwoman Heidi von Beltz is the subject of this series installment.
|May. 23, 1999|
|3x21 The Brady Bunch |
“The Brady Bunch” phenomenon is explored through clips, stills, home movies and reflections from Sherwood Schwartz, who created the TV series (1969-74). Also: comments by original ...
|Jun. 06, 1999|
|3x22 Dennis Rodman |
Profiling Dennis Rodman, from his humble beginnings and troubled childhood to his emergence as a tempestuous NBA superstar who made headlines on and off the court. Included: Rodman's ...
|Jun. 13, 1999|
|3x23 Farrah Fawcett |
This bio of Farrah Fawcett features interviews with friends and journalists, who recount Fawcett's career struggles and her troubled relationships with men, including ex-husband Lee ...
|Jun. 20, 1999|
|3x25 Julia Phillips: Hollywood Outcast |
Profiling filmmaker Julia Phillips, who won an Oscar for co-producing “The Sting” (1973) and later wrote a controversial Tinseltown expose.
|Jun. 27, 1999|
|3x26 Andrew Dice Clay |
Profiling comedian Andrew Dice Clay, who reflects on his controversial career, rise to fame, reputation and his nickname's origin.
|Jul. 04, 1999|
|3x27 Rock Hudson |
Exploring the “double life” of Rock Hudson, a dynamic screen presence and romantic idol who died of AIDS in 1985. The program features reflections from longtime friends and co-workers, ...
|Jul. 11, 1999|
|3x28 The Last Days of Sharon Tate |
Recalling the brutal 1969 slaying of actress Sharon Tate, filmmaker Roman Polanski's pregnant wife, who was murdered by members of the Manson family. Tate's movies include “Valley ...
|Jul. 25, 1999|
|3x29 The Monkees |
A portrait of the cheeky Monkees (Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones, Mike Nesmith and Peter Tork), who rose meteorically to pop-music and TV-series fame during the late-1960s. The program features ...
|Aug. 01, 1999|
|3x31 Alfred Hitchcock |
A portrait of Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) interweaves interviews with his daughter, biographers and co-workers; and notes on the making of such films as “Rebecca” (1940), “Spellbound” ...
|Aug. 08, 1999|
|3x32 Herve Villechaize |
“De plane! De plane!” De life of the diminutive “Fantasy Island” co-star Herve Villechaize (1943-93) focuses on his acting career, painting hobby and little-known philanthropy. ...
|Aug. 15, 1999|
|3x33 Bill Bixby |
The life of TV star Bill Bixby (1934-93), who headlined such hits as “The Courtship of Eddie's Father” and “The Incredible Hulk”; and suffered mounting misfortune, including ...
|Aug. 15, 1999|
|3x34 Bewitched |
A program on the sitcom “Bewitched” (1964-72) charts its genesis and evolution, and profiles its star, Elizabeth Montgomery. Included: reflections from producer William Asher, who ...
|Aug. 22, 1999|
|3x35 Brett Butler |
This portrait of actress Brett Butler focuses on the stardom she achieved in the “Grace Under Fire” sitcom (1993-98) and the subsequent controversy her erratic behavior generated. ...
|Aug. 23, 1999|
|3x36 Sean Penn & Madonna |
The Sean Penn-Madonna relationship is recalled in footage chronicling their tempestuous three-year marriage, which made international headlines in the mid-1980s. Featured: reflections ...
|Aug. 29, 1999|
|3x37 Mick Jagger & Jerry Hall |
The Mick Jagger-Jerry Hall relationship is explored, focusing on the ups and downs in their turbulent affair, which spanned some 21 years.
|Sep. 05, 1999|
|3x38 The Partridge Family |
Behind the scenes of “The Partridge Family,” the sitcom that ran on ABC from 1970 to '74, and regained popularity in syndication. Featured: reflections from series costars, including ...
|Sep. 13, 1999|
|3x39 The Last Days of Elvis |
Recalling the last days of Elvis Presley, the “King of Rock and Roll,” who died in 1977. Included: memories and speculations from friends.
|Sep. 19, 1999|
|3x40 Karyn Kupcinet |
The life and death of actress Karyn Kupcinet, the daughter of columnist Irv Kupcinet. Karyn's Tinseltown dreams ended in tragedy: she was found slain in her apartment in 1963. Police ...
|Sep. 29, 1999|
|3x41 Savannah |
A bio of adult-film star Savannah, who lived life in the fast lane and died in 1994 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the age of 23. Included: interviews with her mother; musician ...
|Oct. 03, 1999|
|3x42 Sonny Bono |
The storied life of Sonny Bono, the former pop singer who became a U.S. Congressman and died in a skiing accident in 1998. Featured: reflections from his widow, and interviews with ...
|Oct. 10, 1999|
|3x43 Bo Derek |
The life of actress Bo Derek (“10”), whose husband John was almost 30 years older than her. Featured: an interview with Bo as well as reflections from her family, “10” director ...
|Oct. 17, 1999|
|3x44 Linda Blair |
Profiling “The Exorcist” star Linda Blair, who was Oscar-nominated at age 14 for the role she played in 1973. Featured: reflections from Blair on the making of the film, and interviews ...
|Oct. 24, 1999|
|3x45 The Murder of Miss Hollywood |
A Tinseltown murder mystery: the 1998 slaying of a 1991 beauty-pageant winner named Jill Ann Weatherwax, whose sister is interviewed.
|Oct. 31, 1999|
|3x46 Long Island Scandal: The Buttafuocos & Amy Fisher |
Recalling the stormy, early '90s relationship between Long Island teenager Amy Fisher and an older, married man named Joey Buttafuoco that led to violence. Included: a report on sensational ...
|Nov. 14, 1999|
|3x47 Dana Plato |
Chronicling the last days of actress Dana Plato (1964-99), the popular “Diff'rent Strokes” star who, as this profile reveals, wound up on a tragic path to self-destruction. Included: ...
|Nov. 21, 1999|
|3x48 The Facts of Life Girls |
Recalling “The Facts of Life” TV series, the popular sitcom spun off from “Diff'rent Strokes” that ran on NBC from 1979 to 1988. Featured: insight on story lines and interviews ...
|Nov. 28, 1999|
|3x49 Michael Hutchence: Rocked to Death |
The life and death of Michael Hutchence, the INXS star who combined the swagger of Mick Jagger with the charisma of Van Morrison. The program charts Hutchence's meteoric rise and tracks ...
|Dec. 05, 1999|
|3x50 Gilligan's Island |
Reflections on the TV series “Gilligan's Island” (which originally ran on CBS from 1964 to '67) are enhanced by anecdotes from cast members Dawn Wells and Russell Johnson, former ...
|Dec. 12, 1999|
|3x51 Hulk Hogan |
The life of pro wrestler Hulk Hogan, born Terry Bollea in Augusta, Ga., in 1953. The Hulkster reflects on his meteoric rise, during which his ring career led to a merchandising bonanza ...
|Dec. 19, 1999|
|3x52 CHiPs |
Recalling TV's “CHiPs” (1977-83), a Nielsen hit that dramatized the diverse adventures of motorcyclists in the California Highway Patrol on L.A. freeways. Included: reflections ...
|Dec. 26, 1999|
|3x53 Mickey Rourke |
The life of tough-guy actor Mickey Rourke, who was born in 1955; made his feature-film debut in 1980's “Fade to Black”; and won fame for appearances in such movies as “9 1/2 Weeks,” ...
|Jul. 19, 1999|
|3x54 Batman Unmasked: Adam West |
Spotlighting Adam West, who played the title role in the campy TV series “Batman” from 1966 to '68. Featured: reflections from West; his co-stars, including Burt Ward (Robin), Frank ...
|Aug. 02, 1999|
|3x55 Harold Robbins |
A bio of best-selling novelist Harold Robbins, whose books include “The Carpetbaggers,” “The Dream Merchants” and “The Betsy.”
|Sep. 13, 2000|
|3x56 Russ Meyer |
The life and times of director Russ Meyer, a controversial filmmaker whose movies include “Beyond the Valley of the Dolls” and “Vixen.”
|Nov. 08, 2000|
|3x57 Poisoned Dreams: the Rodney Harvey Story |
The life and death of actor Rodney Harvey, a handsome, street-smart guy from Philadelphia who starred on TV's “The Outsiders,” but wound up battling the law and drug addiction. ...
|Nov. 22, 2000|
|3x58 Bob Guccione |
The life of Penthouse founder Bob Guccione, whose racy magazine in 1984 was the first nationally circulated publication to show full frontal nudity. Guccione is interviewed, and reflects ...
|Dec. 20, 1999|
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