Attractive blonde professional dancer turned actor who made her screen debut in 1955. Ireland has often been paired with actor/husband Charles Bronson and was formerly married to actor David McCallum. Late in life she attracted considerable attention and respect for her lengthy and courageous battle with breast cancer, as well as with her other personal and family misfortunes....
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Video Title: "Death wish ii(1982)"
Description: "The trailer for a death wish ii starring charles bronson, jill ireland, vincent gardenia, jd cannon, anthony franciosa, ben frank, robin sherwood, and silvana gallardo. directed by michael winner."
"When breakout was released in 1975, it was shown at jackson state prison (michigan). several days later, someone tried to break an inmate out of the prison using a helicopter. unlike the film it failed. but another classic example of life imitating art. the prisoners would have been better off trying to get an imitation of sheree north in (the)black lingerie (sequence). breakout is yet again another enjoyable bronson time waster, not of the caliber of his work with michael winner, but still worth a look. the jerry goldsmith score is first rate as**pected. "
"Trust no one and believe only half of what you see. At least that's what the trailer said. This is an odd little action film that takes place aboard a train full of mysterious characters that traverses snow covered landscapes (beautifully photographed by Lucien Ballard) and leaves bodies along the way. Charles Bronson plays the stoic John Deakin a secret service agent who tries to uncover the plot hidden aboard the train to Breakheart Pass. Once again director Tom Gries delivers a good action Western. The good cast includes Ben Johnson, Richard Crenna, Jill Ireland, Charles Durning and Ed Lauter. However I thought the real star of this film was Jerry Goldsmith's score. The powerful theme he composed for this movie advances the plot like a runaway steam engine."
"This is one of the lesser Cannon/Bronson collaborations(though many would say that they are all 'lesser'). It was made in the final hours of Cannon before bankruptcy and it shows. Bronson's the agent assigned to protect the first lady, a real you-know-what. Many attempts are made on her life, forcing her and Bronson on the run. Soon, we see her softer side, they become pals, tra-la, tra-la. Pretty by the numbers plot. This was a tame PG-13 effort from Cannon, so all the gratuitous violence and nudity are gone, making it not quite the Cannon we all love. Bronson and Ireland do exchange some funny lines from time to time, but that's about as entertaining as this film gets. If you collect Bronson flicks, this should be the last one you get, if at all."