Here are two early Season Hubley images.
1977 was perhaps Season Hubley's busiest year. She made five guest appearances on various TV shows and also co-starred in a TV movie, SST: Death Flight (also known as SST: Disaster in the Sky).
SST: Death Flight, made during the disaster movie trend of the 1970s, has been maligned by many (especially after being given the Mystery Science Theater 3000 treatment) but is really not all that bad. Sure it's cheesy but it is a fairly solid production with many familiar faces.
Season Hubley shares almost all of her scenes with two actors, screen veteran Peter Graves and John de Lancie (who has is also a screen vet but is perhaps best known for playing Q in the later Star Trek series). Hubley has good chemistry with both and overall does a fine job with her ill-defined character. She looks cute enough too...though her hairstyle in this movie perhaps made her look a bit older than she actually was (she was around 25 years old at the time).
Sometimes a movie is so bad it's good, other times so bad it's bad...but good. Prettykill goes far beyond these simple conventions and into a very unique and bizarre territory. I firmly believe that one must attain a higher consciousness in order to watch, let alone enjoy a film such as this.
Prettykill (also known as Tomorrow's a Killer) is a Canadian film with several somewhat well-known names attached. David Birney is ostensibly the star of the movie and he gives an outrageous performance as a grizzled cop. Yaphet Kotto plays his boss and he throws out a standard performance. British actress Susannah York is on hand as well, but she has little to do. Season Hubley comes across as beautiful and talented in her role. The single thing that takes this film so incredibly far over the top is the performance of Suzanne Synder as a psychotic hooker/killer. I won't even attempt to describe what she does in Prettykill...it has to be seen to be believed.
Anyways, Season Hubley's participation in this film is really what holds it together. The actress has already become famous playing a young prostitute in the movie Hardcore back in 1979. In 1982, she starred in Vice Squad where she again played a hooker, only this time in a far campier setting. Apparently wanting to out-sleaze her prior cinematic triumphs, Season Hubley took a starring role in Prettykill. This time she played a slightly older madam, connecting younger working girls with wealthy clients.
Despite the absurdity of Prettykill, Season Hubley still comes out relatively unscathed. In her mid 30s when she made the film, the actress looks lovely and gives an appealing performance despite being given relatively little to work with.
Season Hubley took on supporting roles in three TV movies in 1990: Unspeakable Acts, Child in the Night and then, originally airing on December 30 of that year, Vestige of Honor. The project, starring Michael Gross and Gerald McRaney, is unfortunately rather obscure today (Season Hubley portrays the wife Michael Gross's character). I haven't seen it and I don't know if it is even out there to be seen! Hopefully, some promotional images or a copy of the movie will surface at some point, but until then....