Elizabeth Rogers (May 18, 1934 – November 6, 2004) was an American actress.
Born Betty Jayne Rogers in Austin, Texas she is famous for being the relief communications officer for Lt. Uhura in some episodes of the 1960s television series Star Trek.
During the 1970s she also appeared in a string of Irwin Allen produced disaster films including The Poseidon Adventure and The Towering Inferno as she was a good friend of Allen. Her last major motion picture was An Officer and a Gentleman in 1982.
She died from multiple strokes and lung cancer on November 6, 2004 in Tarzana, California at the age of 70.
Grand Theft Auto is a 1977 film directed by Ron Howard. It was Howard's directorial debut. The film focuses on two young lovers, Sam Freeman and Paula Powers, who want to get married in Las Vegas. Paula steals her parents' Rolls-Royce, and a chase ensues in which many people try to stop them in order to claim a $25,000 reward.
Sam Freeman and Paula Powers are at the Powers' mansion, but conflict ensues as Paula gets angry with her parents for not respecting her relationship with Sam and her will to marry him in Las Vegas. Not long after, she steals her parents' prized Rolls-Royce, picks Sam up, and leaves for Vegas. Paula's parents soon afterward contact agencies other than the police to stop her. Soon the 10Q radio crew gets involved and announces a $25,000 reward offered by the Powers' for anyone who could stop the couple. No one is successful as the Rolls always happens to get away. The 10Q director, played by Don Steele as "Squirrely, Curly, Q brown" takes to a helicopter to..., http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076100