Melissa Sue Anderson plays First Lady Mrs. Hollister in a disaster movie.
Earthquake in New York (1998)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Dr. Marilyn Blake.
The Return of Sam McCloud (1989)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Sam McCloud's niece, Colleen McCloud.
Dark Mansions (1986)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Noelle Drake who lives at the mansion. A woman hired to write the history of a wealthy family stays at the family's estate in Oregon.
First Affair (1983)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Toby King who is a college student that falls in love with her professor's husband.
An Innocent Love (1982)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Molly Rush who is a college volleyball player. An unusual romance blossoms between two college students - he a 14-year-old math and astronomy prodigy, she a 19-year-old volleyball star who desperately needs tutoring in mathematics.
Advice to the Lovelorn (1981)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Maureen Tyler who is a college student that needs help from a tutor (Lance Kerwin).
Midnight Offerings (1981)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Vivian Sotherland who is an evil witch who wants to get rid of the new girl good witch (Mary McDonough).
Which Mother is Mine (1979)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Alexandria Benton. Her birth mother returns to her life after she has been raised by her adopted family. Melissa won a daytime emmy for the Afterschool special.
On the Edge: The Survival of Dana (1979)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Dana Lee who gets into trouble with her new high school friends after moving in with her Grandmother.
James at 15 (1977)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Lacey Stevens. She is the girlfriend of James (Lance Kerwin) and they try to find a way to stay together despite his upcoming move.
Beat the Turtle Drum (1977)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Kate. Her sister (played by Katy Kurtzman) dies after falling from a tree. Kate deals with her grief in this Afterschool special.
The Loneliest Runner (1976)
Melissa Sue Anderson plays Nancy Rizzi. She is the girlfriend of the main character, John Curtis (Lance Kerwin). The film was written and directed by Michael Landon. It is based on his experiences with bed wetting as a teenager.