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 1985

  • Duration: 8:04 minutes   |   Viewed 425 times
    September 14, 1985. Report on the making of "Plenty" ahead of its US theatrical release, including interviews from the set with Meryl Streep and Sir John Guilgud.
  • Duration: 5:48 minutes   |   Viewed 381 times
    December 24, 1985. Meryl Streep is interviewed by Maria Shriver on CBS Morning News to promote the theatrical release of "Out of Africa" in the United States.
  • Duration: 1:06 minutes   |   Viewed 3542 times
    March 12, 1985. Meryl Streep won Favorite Motion Picture Actress. She accepted the award on the set of "Out Of Africa".
  • Duration: 03:30 minutes   |   Viewed 2537 times
    Denys (Robert Redford) takes Karen (Meryl Streep) on a plane ride over Africa.
  • Duration: 03:30 minutes   |   Viewed 2650 times
    When they are attacked by a lion and lioness, Karen (Meryl Streep) goes against Denys' (Robert Redford) instructions and shoots.
  • Duration: 01:36 minutes   |   Viewed 2562 times
    Denys (Robert Redford) shampoos the tangles out of Karen's (Meryl Streep) hair and recites poetry by the river.
  • Duration: 03:30 minutes   |   Viewed 2606 times
    During a dance, Denys (Robert Redford) debates the changing state of Africa with Karen (Meryl Streep) and gives her a New Year's kiss.
  • Duration: 01:59 minutes   |   Viewed 2591 times
    Karen (Meryl Streep) is nearly killed by a lioness, but Denys (Robert Redford) shows up at the perfect time to lend her some live-saving advice.
  • Duration: 01:46 minutes   |   Viewed 3024 times
    After returning from the mental institution, Susan (Meryl Streep) is losing it at her husband Brock's (Charles Dance) dinner party
  • Duration: 01:45 minutes   |   Viewed 3119 times
    Susan (Meryl Streep) asks Mick (Sting) if he wants to father her child with no strings attached.

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