Hope Lange

Highest Rated:
92% Blue Velvet (1986)
Lowest Rated:
22% Just Cause (1995)
Birthday:
Nov 28
Birthplace:
Redding Ridge, Connecticut, USA
Bio:
The daughter of show folk, Hope Lange was 12 when she appeared in her first Broadway play, Sidney Kingsley's The Patriots. Fourteen years later, with dozens of plays and TV programs to her credit, Lange made her screen debut in Bus Stop (1956), managing to garner critical and audience attention…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
22% Just Cause
  • Libby Prentiss
-- 1995
82% Clear and Present Danger
  • Senator Mayo
-- 1994
Dead Before Dawn
  • Virginia DeSilva
-- 1993
45% Tune in Tomorrow... (Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter)
  • Margaret Quince
-- 1990
Ford: The Man and the Machine
  • Clara Ford
-- 1987
92% Blue Velvet
  • Mrs. Williams
-- 1986
42% A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 - Freddy's Revenge
  • Mrs. Walsh
-- 1985
Private Sessions
  • Actor
-- 1985
Prodigal
  • Mother of Prodigal
-- 1983
I Am the Cheese
  • Betty Farmer
-- 1983
Pleasure Palace
  • Actor
-- 1980
Beulah Land
  • Deborah Kendrick
-- 1980
Fer-de-Lance
  • Elaine Wedell
-- 1974
67% Death Wish
  • Joanna Kersey
-- 1974
I Love You, Goodbye
  • Karen Chandler
-- 1973
Crowhaven Farm
  • Actor
-- 1970
75% The Love Bug
  • Actor
-- 1968
Jigsaw
  • Helen Atterbury
-- 1968
50% Wild in the Country
  • Irene Sperry
-- 1961
63% Pocketful of Miracles
  • Elizabeth "Queenie" Martin
-- 1961
The Best of Everything
  • Caroline Bender
-- 1959
In Love and War
  • Andrea Lenaine
-- 1958
80% The Young Lions
  • Hope Plowman
-- 1958
86% The True Story of Jesse James
  • Zee
-- 1957
60% Peyton Place
  • Selena Cross
-- 1957
79% Bus Stop
  • Elma Duckworth
-- 1956

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Quotes from Hope Lange's Characters

    1. Mrs. Walsh: (about Jesse) He needs professional help. I think we have to take him to see a psychiatrist.
    2. Mr. Walsh: Oh come, Cheryl. Are you out of your gourd? What the hell will that do?
    3. Mrs. Walsh: I don't know. I just feel he needs help and we don't know how to give it to him.
    4. Mr. Walsh: Oh come, Cheryl.
    5. Mrs. Walsh: Are you hearing me? That boy's in trouble!
    6. Mr. Walsh: No, he's not in trouble! What that boy needs is a good god damn kick in the butt, that's what he needs! Tell you what he needs. He needs a methadone clinic.
    1. Jesse Walsh: How come it took five years to sell this house?
    2. Mr. Walsh: Oh, I don't know. Just couldn't get the right price, I suppose.
    3. Jesse Walsh: You didn't know anything about the murder across the street and the crazy girl who lived here that saw the whole thing?
    4. Mr. Walsh: They told me something about it.
    5. Mrs. Walsh: You mean you knew something about this and...
    6. Mr. Walsh: Oh come, Cheryl. How do think we got such a good deal?
    7. Jesse Walsh: Did they tell you that that girl lost her mind and her mother killed herself in our living room?
    8. Mrs. Walsh: What?
    9. Jesse Walsh: Did they tell you that?
    10. Angela: Mom, I'm scared.
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