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The Simply Streep Archives has gathered details on all of Meryl Streep's feature films, television, theatre and voice narration, and also features an extensive library of articles, photographs and video clips. You can browse the collection by Ms. Streep's career or through a year-by-year summary.
Video Archive: Year 1977



  • Duration: 2:31 minutes   |   Viewed 3163 times
    Before Gerry's (Michael Moriarty) verdict is announced, Sharon (Meryl Streep) tries to comfort him.

  • Duration: 3:09 minutes   |   Viewed 3310 times
    After Dave's death, Gerry (Michael Moriarty) is being questioned in court, with Sharon (Meryl Streep) looking on.

  • Duration: 0:43 minutes   |   Viewed 3142 times
    Sharon (Meryl Streep) accompanies Carole (Jill Eikenberry) to visit Dave (Paul D'Amato) in the hospital, whose condition has not improved.

  • Duration: 3:33 minutes   |   Viewed 3531 times
    After Dave's injury, Gerry (Michael Moriarty) is harassed by phone calls from the press and from his team's office.

  • Duration: 3:25 minutes   |   Viewed 3153 times
    Gerry (Michael Moriarty) is in a war of words with his wife Sharon (Meryl Streep) after he has pulled yet another violent trick on the field.

  • Duration: 1:19 minutes   |   Viewed 4170 times
    Hockey wives Sharon (Meryl Streep) and Carole (Jill Eikenberry) wonder if their husbands (Michael Moriarty and Paul D'Amato) are actually friends or just competitors.

  • Duration: 1:24 minutes   |   Viewed 2318 times
    In the concluding scene of 1977's "Secret Service", Meryl Streep is reunited with John Lithgow.

  • Duration: 2:25 minutes   |   Viewed 2278 times
    Meryl Streep's solo number in her 1977 television debut "Secret Service".

  • Duration: 1:37 minutes   |   Viewed 2266 times
    Meryl Streep, Alice Drummond and Charles Kimbrough in a scene from PBS' "Secret Service", based on the play by William Gillette.

  • Duration: 2:20 minutes   |   Viewed 2679 times
    John Lithgow and Meryl Streep in a scene from PBS' "Secret Service", based on the play by William Gillette.

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