Earthquake (1974) and is of an early morning scene with her character hungover and in a nightgown! See below.
The Towering Inferno (1974) when Paul Newman and Faye Dunaway first meet. Except that music was by John Williams and this music sounds like an incomplete, very bad rip-off.
Airport 1975 (1974.) Clark won an Emmy for Babe, about athlete Babe Didrickson, and was also nominated for Amelia Earhart, but understandably lost to Sally Field for Sybil. Later, she costarred with her husband Alex Karras on Webster before retiring in 1999. She is currently seventy-six.
The Poseidon Adventure though, by this short time later, she was appearing in all sorts of dreck (such as Tentacles, 1977, which also featured Fonda) with occasional better projects like The Tenant (1976.) A curvy starlet of the 1940s turned curvier character actress by the 1960s, she had a long, busy career with Oscars for The Diary of Anne Frank (1959) and A Patch of Blue (1965.) She retired in 1999 after La Bomba and passed away of heart failure in 2006 at the age of eighty-five.
here for those who wish to know more about him. The year after this, he had a much more significant part in the equally loony When Time Ran Out... (1980.) He died in 1991 at only age fifty-seven of emphysema after a lifetime of very heavy smoking.
The Cassandra Crossing (1976) has her looking great and taking part in more action than Fire ever does. By 1986 she was off screen for good, passing away of bronchial pneumonia in 1990 at age sixty-seven (one can only imagine the cigarette smoke billowing between - and sometimes during! - takes between Franciscus and her!) Her sole Oscar nomination was for Mogambo (1953), but Audrey Hepburn won that year for Roman Holiday. There's a little tribute to her later career here.
Rollercoaster (1977), The Swarm (1978) and Meteor (1979.) Daughter Jane's pet project On Golden Pond (1981) lifted him out of this phase and won him the coveted Oscar which had eluded him for The Grapes of Wrath (1940), which went to his close friend James Stewart for The Philadelphia Story. He'd been granted an Honorary one the year before that, most people thinking he'd never be eligible for a competitive one again. He died in 1982 of cardiorespiratory arrest at age seventy-seven.