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 1984

  • Duration: 6:09 minutes   |   Viewed 1573 times
    Excerpt from the compilation video of Meryl Streep's narration of "The Velveteen Rabbit".

  • Duration: 3:47 minutes   |   Viewed 1818 times
    This compilation documentary covers the massive anti-nuclear peace march held in New York City on June 12, 1982. Narrated by Meryl Streep.

  • Duration: 2:17 minutes   |   Viewed 1706 times
    Narrated by Meryl Streep, "Power Struggle" examines the problems posed by America’s continuing reliance on conventional energy sources.

  • Duration: 01:15 minutes   |   Viewed 2912 times
    Molly (Meryl Streep) talks with her friend Isabelle (Dianne Wiest) about her blossoming friendship with Frank.

  • Duration: 01:17 minutes   |   Viewed 2998 times
    Frank (Robert De Niro) and Molly (Meryl Streep) talk about their lives on their first date.

  • Duration: 01:02 minutes   |   Viewed 2897 times
    Frank (Robet De Niro) and Molly (Meryl Streep) chat while taking the train home.

  • Duration: 1:37 minutes   |   Viewed 2348 times
    Theatrical trailer for "Falling in Love", directed by Ulu Grosbard and starring Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep

  • Duration: 4:04 minutes   |   Viewed 3738 times
    Compilation of Golden Globe Awards where Meryl was nominated for her work on film and television, but didn't attend the ceremony. Ranges from 1984 and "Silkwood" to 1998 and "First Do No Harm".

  • Duration: 00:09 minutes   |   Viewed 3774 times
    April 09, 1984. Meryl Streep is interviewed on the red carpet at the 56th Annual Academy Awards as a Best Actress nominee for "Silkwood".

  • Duration: 7:38 minutes   |   Viewed 3776 times
    April 09, 1984. Meryl was nominated as Best Actress for "Silkwood" alongside Jane Alexander, Julie Walters and Debra Winger. The Oscar went to Shirley MacLaine.

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