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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Writer (feature film)

1.
One More Mountain (1994) as From Story
Based on the true story of the Reed faily, who in 1846, as members of an emigrant wagon train, were trapped by winter snowstorms high in the Sierra Nevadas as part of the Donnner party.

Producer (feature film)

2.
One More Mountain (1994) as Producer
Based on the true story of the Reed faily, who in 1846, as members of an emigrant wagon train, were trapped by winter snowstorms high in the Sierra Nevadas as part of the Donnner party.

Art Director (feature film)

3.
Marriage Is Alive and Well (1980)
Joe Namath, as a free-wheeling wedding photographer, is the link to three comic tales about the institution of marriage in this pilot to a prospective series that never was to be. This was billed as Namath's TV acting debut.
4.
Scared Straight! Another Story (1980)
The brutally frank TV documentary "Scared Straight" that was widely broadcast and critically acclaimed in 1979 (and won both an Oscar and an Emmy) was the inspiration for this fictional drama about a prison encounter group involving juveniles, put together by probation officer Cliff DeYoung and hard
5.
Young Love, First Love (1979)
A teenage couple of disparate backgrounds experience their first romance. She's a girl from a permissive California family; he's from a conservative midwestern family and has moved in with his sister on the west coast after the death of his parents. Initially, this was called "A Girl and a Boy: The

Art Department (feature film)

6.
Leadbelly (1976) as Set Decorator
The life of Blues and folk singer Huddie Leadbetter, nicknamed Leadbelly is recounted. Covering the good times and bad from his 20s to 40s. Much of that time was spent on chain gangs in the south. Even in prison he became well known for the songs he had composed and sung during and before the time he spent there.
7.
Report To The Commissioner (1975) as Set Decorator
When a rookie cop accidentally kills a female cop working undercover in narcotics, he unwittingly becomes involved in a police department cover-up.
8.
Red Pony, The (1973)
Peabody Award-winning color remake of the 1949 movie from the Steinbeck novella -- here without the Billy Buck character -- telling of a turn-of-the-century California farm family and the attachment of their sensitive young son to his horse after being unable to establish an understanding with his g

Production Designer (feature film)

9.
Plutonium Incident, The (1980)
The Karen Silkwood case provided the rather obvious inspiration for this fictionalized account of a plutonium plant employee who becomes the target of management as well as union harassment when she tries to blow the whistle on the company for negligent safety procedures, and soon finds her life in

Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)

10.
Walking Dead, The (1995) as 2nd Assistant Props (Santa Paula Unit)
Four black Marines look back at their lives while under the threat of death in the jungle of Vietnam.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

11.
One More Mountain (1994)
Based on the true story of the Reed faily, who in 1846, as members of an emigrant wagon train, were trapped by winter snowstorms high in the Sierra Nevadas as part of the Donnner party.

Director (special)

12.
Skyward Christmas (1981) as Aerial Sequences Director
A story of courage as seen through the experiences of Julie Ward, a sixteen-year-old paraplegic who learns to live with and overcome the disadvantages of her handicap. The program is based on NBC's 1980 television movie, "Skyward," and attempts to continue the story where the television film left of

Producer (special)

13.
Skyward Christmas (1981) as Producer
A story of courage as seen through the experiences of Julie Ward, a sixteen-year-old paraplegic who learns to live with and overcome the disadvantages of her handicap. The program is based on NBC's 1980 television movie, "Skyward," and attempts to continue the story where the television film left of

Art Director (special)

14.
Through the Magic Pyramid (1981) as Art Direction
Ron Howard, director and executive producer of this family-oriented adventure, worked from a script co-authored by his father, Rance Howard, that told of a youngster magically transported back to ancient Egypt where he befriends young Prince Tut, who is a pawn in palace intrigue. This Disney-level t

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