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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Munich (2005) as English reporter in Munich underground
In September of 1972 an unprecedented terrorist attack unfolded live before 900 million television viewers across the globe and ushered in a brave new world of unpredictable violence. It was the second week of the Summer Olympics, and in Munich, West Germany, the games that had been dubbed "The Olympics of Peace and Joy" were off to a rousing start. Without warning, an extremist Palestinian group known as Black September invaded the Olympic Village, killing two members of the Israeli Olympic team and capturing nine hostages. The tense stand-off and tragic massacre that ensued played out with stunning immediacy on television before an international populace and ended 21 hours later when anchorman Jim McKay spoke the haunting words, "They're all gone." Mourning the massacre and infuriated by its savagery, a young Israeli patriot and intelligence officer, Avner is approached by a Mossad officer named Ephraim who presents him with an unprecedented mission in Israeli history. He asks Avner to leave behind his pregnant wife, relinquish his identity and go completely underground on a mission to hunt down and kill the 11 men accused of masterminding the murders. Despite his inexperience, Avner becomes the leader of a team of four very diverse yet highly skilled recruits: the brash, tough, South African-born getaway driver, Steve; the German Jew Hans, who has a flair for forging documents; the Belgian toymaker-turned-explosives-expert, Robert; and the quiet, methodical Carl, whose job is to "clean up" after the others. Avner and his team circle the globe under a cloak of extreme secrecy, tracking down each man on a closely guarded list of targets and carrying out intricately plotted assassinations. Working outside the rubric of international law, adrift without home or family, their only connection to humanity becomes one another. But even that starts to fray as the four men begin to argue among themselves about the unsettling questions that just won't go away: "Who exactl

Editing (feature film)

2.
Ratatouille (2007)
Adventures of a rodent in an upscale restaurant.
3.
Cars (2006)
Follows a group of autos as they travel Route 66.
4.
Blue Crush (2002) as Assistant Editor
Life for Anne Marie has been one long Pipe dream. She's about to make that dream a reality if she can keep from drowning in her own fear. As the clock ticks down to the Pipe Masters surf competition on the North Shore of Oahu, more is at stake for Anne Marie than the pressure of competing in one of
5.
B.A.P.S. (1997) as Editor
Nisi and Mickey have big hearts and an even bigger dream: to open the world's first combo soul food restaurant/hair salon. In an effort to earn money to jump-start their plan, they audition for a music video in Los Angeles and, through an unusual turn of events, end up assisting a Beverly Hills butler, and caring for an aging millionaire who welcomes the girls into his mansion. As they are "livin' large and takin' charge" in the land of the rich and famous, they find themselves in the middle of a plot to bilk the millionaire out of his money.
6.
Mr. Wrong (1996) as Editor
Martha is a bright and sassy '90s woman with an age old problem--how to recognize Mr. Right when he comes along. A radio talkshow producer, Martha definitely gets her signals crossed when she suddenly meets Whitman, a handsome stranger with whom she instantly falls head over heels. However, she soon realizes she's dating a guy who's as right on the outside as he is wrong on the inside, and the ratings on this romance quickly plummet. Calamity prevails as she tries to pull the plug on her love life altogether. But Whitman proceeds to prove that too often, dream dates become nightmares.
7.
Major Payne (1995) as Editor
When peace breaks out in America, killing machine Major Benson Winifred Payne, United States Marine Corps Special Forces, is given his marching orders... to the unemployment line. Unable to cope with civilian life, Payne is thrust back into the military regimen as commander of the Madison Academy Junior ROTC. How does the military's most dangerous secret weapon discipline a few good men when none of them is even old enough to shave? Any way he wants! At least until Dr. Emily Walburn, school counselor, joins his tour of duty.
8.
Andre (1994) as Editor
Set in 1962, the true story of an orphaned newborn seal who is nursed back to health by the Whitney family of Rockport, Maine. In winter, when the local harbor freezes over and the waters become dangerous, the Whitneys place Andre in the Boston Aquarium. The plan is to release him in the spring to embark on an ocean journey heading south with the other seals, but to everyone's surprise the loyal creature makes the 400-mile trek back to Maine.
9.
Witness to the Execution (1994) as Editor
Set in 1999, a television network executive plans a pay-per-view event of an execution, but she comes to believe that the condemned man is innocent.
10.
Car 54, Where Are You? (1994) as Additional Editor
Film adaptation of the popular 1960s television sitcom, with the bumbling officers from Brooklyn's 53rd precinct attempting to protect a federal witness from the mob.
11.
Barbarians At the Gate (1993) as Editor
The story of the record-setting $25 billion leveraged buyout of RJR Nabisco, and the effect of the move on employees.
12.
Boris and Natasha (1992) as Editor
A television movie based on characters from the popular children's cartoon series, "Rocky and Bullwinkle." The two Pottsylvanian spies, Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale infiltrate the United States to locate a missing scientist responsible for creating a priceless time-reverse microchip.
13.
Queens Logic (1991) as Editor
An ensemble film about the reunion of a group of friends who grew up together in Queens, New York.
14.
Once Upon A Crime (1991) as Editor
Three American couples vacationing in Monte Carlo become involved in a mysterious murder.
15.
Tap (1989) as Editor
An ex-convict who is also a wonderful tap dancer, must choose between a life of crime or the pursuit of a show business career.
16.
Plain Clothes (1988) as Editor
Nick Dunbar, a baby-faced undercover policeman, poses as a high school student after a teacher is murdered. Back in school, Nick is subjected to bullies, crushes, and swings in popularity typical of most teenagers. Making matters worse, his brother is the prime suspect in the murder case. Nick wil
17.
In the Mood (1987) as Editor
When 15-year-old Sonny Wisecarver has an affair with his older neighbor Francine and then runs off to marry her, a stern judge has the union annulled. Then, when Sonny finds himself before the same judge after getting involved with another woman in her 20s, the publicity from this case makes him the
18.
J. Edgar Hoover (1987) as Editor
A television movie about the late director of the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover. The film follows Hoover from his childhood in a working-class section of Washington at the turn of the century to his final days during the social and political turbulence of the '60s and '70s. The factors that helped him to bui
19.
Boy Who Could Fly, The (1986) as Editor
After their father dies, Milly and Louis move to a new neighborhood with their mother. Milly becomes friends with Eric, the boy who lives next door. Eric is autistic and seems obsessed with flight, often climbing up to the roof and holding his arms out as if to fly. Before long, Milly comes to believe that Eric might actually possess an ability that no one else knows about.
20.
Sins of the Past (1984) as Editor
A group of former high-priced call girls who got out of the trade in the '60s after one of them was battered to death are reunited twenty years later when the convicted killer is released from prison vowing vengeance. Among the hookers, in an interesting casting twist, is Debby Boone in her TV-movie debut playing against type, although the character also vies for fame as an inspirational singer.
21.
Amazons (1984) as Editor
Madeleine Stowe is a doctor framed for malpractice following the death of a patient, an influential congressman. Convinced of her diagnosis she sets out on her own medical investigation only to stumble onto a secret organization of beautiful women conspiring to take over the government. Actor Paul M
22.
Mr. Mom (1983) as Editor
Jack and Caroline are a couple struggling to make ends meet. When Jack loses his job, they agree that he should stay at home and look after the house while Caroline works. It's just that he's never done it before, and really doesn't have a clue...
23.
Don't Go To Sleep (1982) as Film Editor
The daughter of a troubled family who was killed in an automobile accident returns from the grave to take each member back with her one by one. Dennis Weaver and Valerie Harper, as the parents, previously played a married couple in "The Day the Loving Stopped".
24.
Wild Women Of Chastity Gulch, The (1982) as Editor
A comedy western that teams up a Missouri mining town's barroom belles and their self-righteous sisters to fight off a ragtag band of renegade soldiers after their own men have marched off to war. Representing the shady ladies are Joan Collins as the town madame, Phyllis Davis and Morgan Brittany. T
25.
Our Family Business (1981) as Editor
This film, dealing with the life and family of a syndicate boss (played by actor/director Sam Wanamaker), emerged as an off-beat pilot to a prospective series -- TV's first dealing exclusively with organized crime from the syndicate's point of view. Ted Danson, later to find stardom on "Cheers", is
26.
Savage Harvest (1981) as Editor
When a drought parches the savannas of Kenya, a family living on a plantation is surrounded by a pride of starving lions.
27.
Coast to Coast (1980) as Editor
After Madie's husband has her committed to a New York mental hospital to avoid having to go through an expensive divorce, she escapes and gets a ride back to California with truck driver Charles Callahan. On the road, Madie and Charles are harrassed by thugs that her husband has sent after her, but
28.
Airplane! (1980) as Editor
When a flight crew falls ill, the only man who can land the plane is afraid of flying.
29.
Willa (1979) as Editor
A truck-stop waitress, determined to make a better life for her young children after being abandoned by her husband, leaves hash-slinging behind her to embark on new career as a trucker in the rig her late father used to drive.
30.
Big Fix, The (1978) as Editor
An ex-'60s-radical private eye looks into the sabotage of a California gubernatorial campaign.
31.
Dreamer (1978) as Editor
Dreamer is a bowling champion in his small town who dreams of success on a larger stage. His ambition is supported by his manager and his girlfriend.
32.
Scott Joplin (1977) as Editor
The life story of famed ragtime composer and pianist Scott Joplin is told. Born in the 19th century, racism had kept the brilliant African American in the lower echelons of show business, but when he introduced his composition "The Maple Leaf Rag" in a musical competition, he gained the attention of
33.
Life and Assassination of the Kingfish, The (1977) as Editor
A lavishly detailed dramatization of the events leading up to the 1935 assassination of Huey Long, Louisiana's Depression-era governor and U.S. Senator. An Emmy Award nomination went to Ric Waite for his cinematography.
34.
Heroes (1977) as Editor
It's 4 years since Jack is back from Vietnam, but he still has nightmares. In a bus on his way to California he meets Carol, who just left her fiancTe - only 4 days before their wedding, allegedly just for a few days of vacation. Jack happily tells her about his plans to set up a worm farm for fishing baits together with four of his Vietnam ex-comrades. Although he gets on her nerves at the beginning, she starts to care. When one after the other of his friends steps out and Jack looses his optimism, Carol remains as the last support that keeps him from despair.
35.
Serpico: The Deadly Game (1976) as Editor
This was the pilot for the 1976-77 "Serpico" series with David Birney, in the role originated on the screen by Al Pacino, as the New York undercover cop battling corruption in and out of the department.
36.
Katherine (1975) as Film Editor
The socialite-to-revolutionary evolution of a pampered young heiress whose concern leads her first to the Peace Corps and ultimately to a group of political terrorists bent on changing the system. Art Carney, as her father in this film paralleling the Patty Hearst case, received an Emmy nomination a
37.
Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders (1974) as Editor
A handsomely produced detective pilot set in seventh-century China, with a totally distinctive sleuth faced with an unusual case involving his three wives, a killer bear, three murders, a one-armed lady, a dead monk, a chamber of horrors, a vengeful swordsman, a lovesick juggler, a kidnapped nun --
38.
Unwed Father (1974) as Editor
A teenage father battles with his girlfriend, her wealthy parents, his own family and the courts in his attempt to gain legal custody of his illegitimate child. C. O'Brien, credited with writing the story and co-writing the teleplay actually is Carol Sobieski, who had her name removed.
39.
Sky High (1974) as Editor
This historic view of flight competitions includes aerobatics, wing-walking, barnstorming, gliding, sky diving, hang gliding, and balloning.
40.
Cinderella Liberty (1973) as Editor
A lonely Navy sailor falls in love with a hooker and becomes a surrogate father figure for her son during an extended liberty due to his service records being lost.
41.
Hunter (1973) as Film Editor
In this pilot for a projected spy series by the man who gave "Mission: Impossible" to TV, a racetrack crash in which a government agent is critically injured uncovers an enemy brainwashing scheme, and another agent assumes his colleague's identity to expose the plot. Made in 1971 and originally sch
42.
Welcome Home, Soldier Boys (1972) as Editor
43.
People, The (1972) as Editor
A supernatural thriller involving a young teacher in an isolated California community who discovers that her pupils and their parents possess special powers and a secret bond.
44.
Tribes (1970) as Film Editor
This social comedy/drama pits a veteran Marine Corps drill instructor against a long-haired hippie who refuses to adapt to the military way of life. Perceptive writing won Emmy Awards for Wynn (son of Keenan, grandson of Ed) and Schwartz.
45.
Blood Mania (1970) as Film Editor
46.
The Monitors (1969) as Film Editor
Unusual sci-fi invasion film, with a black-comedy twist: The Earth is taken over by The Monitors, aliens who run it like hall monitors in a 1950's high school, with overtones of Big Brother. The film follows the progress of the human underground rebellion. The twist is that as the film goes on, the audience's sympathies shift to the aliens, who are basically benevolent. When the humans manage to oust them, it's back to corruption and bribery by the usual suspects.
47.
McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force (1965) as Film Editor

Editing (TV Mini-Series)

48.
Twas the Night (2001) as Editor

Editing (TV Mini-Series)

49.
James A. Michener's "Space" (1985) as Editor (Parts 1 & 5)
James A. Michener's epic best-selling fictional account of America's space program, spanning the years from the end of World War II to the exploration of the moon in the early 1970s and a fictional expedition to the "dark" side, was the basis of this well-received 13-hour miniseries with a stellar c

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