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 1994

  • Duration: 1:13 minutes   |   Viewed 2972 times
    A disastrous dinner at the Reverend's house turns out to spark Jessica's (Meryl Streep) in Bart (Nancy Cartwhright).
  • Duration: 4:20 minutes   |   Viewed 1608 times
    Meryl Streep appears in "An Introduction to the Ketogenic Diet", a public service announcement for The Charlie Foundation.
  • Duration: 1:06 minutes   |   Viewed 2339 times
    September 25, 1994. Curtis Hanson and Meryl Streep are interviewed at the Los Angeles premiere for "The River Wild".
  • Duration: 1:31 minutes   |   Viewed 2256 times
    September 25, 1994. Meryl Streep leaves her hand and footprints at the Manns Chinese Theatre.
  • Duration: 02:45 minutes   |   Viewed 3466 times
    September 22, 1994. Entertainment Tonight and Meryl Streep go for a walk to promote the theatrical release of "The River Wild" in the United States.
  • Duration: 2:04 minutes   |   Viewed 36 times
    September 20, 1994. Meryl Streep is interviewed by CBS News 8 on the set of "The River Wild" ahead of the film's theatrical release.
  • Duration: 03:04 minutes   |   Viewed 2242 times
    1994. E! Entertainment interviews director Curtis Hanson and composer Jerry Goldsmith during the scoring session for "The River Wild".
  • Duration: 02:31 minutes   |   Viewed 2656 times
    After succeeding the first sets of rapids together, Gail (Meryl Streep) is relieved to see there's help on the way.
  • Duration: 01:51 minutes   |   Viewed 2749 times
    In an effort to save her family's lives, Gail (Meryl Streep) pleads to Wade (Kevin Bacon) not to take the Bridal Creek route.
  • Duration: 02:04 minutes   |   Viewed 2848 times
    Gail (Meryl Streep) tries to assist Wade (Kevin Bacon) and Terry (John C. Reilly) to raft through the rapids.

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