Season Hubley in Loose Change (part 2)

In 1978, Season Hubley co-starred alongside Cristina Raines and Laurie Heineman in a three part minseries called Loose Change. Based on the book by Sara Davidson, it tells the story of a trio of women living in the 1960s. This television miniseries came about right around the time of the peak of Season Hubley's mainstream popularity. Combined with her big projects from the following year (Elvis and Hardcore), these would be her most visible projects at the time. However, because of the refusal to remaster and release Loose Change for the mass market, it has unfortunately become one of Hubley's more obscure projects.

In Loose Change, Season Hubley portrays Tanya Berenson and in the second section of the miniseries she decides to start seeing a married man (played by the prolific Michael Tolan). She has some dramatic scenes where she confronts her boyfriend about leaving his wife. Other scenes involve her comforting her friend Kate Evans (played by Cristina Raines). 

All in all, Hubley does a fantastic job in Loose Change. She looks great with long blond hair (is it a wig?) and she deftly handles dramatic and humorous moments with great ease.

Season Hubley in The Three Wishes of Billy Grier

In 1984, Season Hubley co-starred alongside Ralph Macchio in a TV movie called The Three Wishes of Billy Grier. The film concerns itself with a rare disease wherein a young person rapidly ages and dies. Macchio, fresh from the first Karate Kid movie, plays the young man afflicted with this fatal condition. After running away from home to find his father, he meets a woman named Phyllis Johnson (played by Season Hubley) and begins a quirky relationship with her.

The Three Wishes of Billy Grier is a somewhat bizarre film, something that they probably wouldn't make today. The movie was somewhat popular when it first aired and many people recall it from the years that it was rerun on television. It was good exposure for Season Hubley whose feature film career had recently gone asunder and was no focusing exclusively on TV projects. The scene where she kisses child star Macchio is one of the more memorable scenes from The Three Wishes of Billy Grier and one that many people still remember today.