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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Jennie, Wife/Child (1968) as Director
2.
Rat Fink (1965) as Director
3.
The Nasty Rabbit (1965) as Director
4.
Deadwood '76 (1965) as Director
5.
The Sadist (1963) as Director
A psychotic killer and his equally depraved girlfriend hold three travelers hostage.
6.
Airborne (1962) as Director
7.
The Magic Voyage of Sinbad (1962) as Dir english version
8.
Stakeout! (1962) as Director
Father Joe Dasco, played by actor Bing Russell, is realeased from prison after servering a three year term for bank robber. He reunites with his ten year old son, played by actor Billy E. Hughes, Jr. The two go from place to place looking for work in the oil fields of Texas. Not able to hold a job, Joe Dasco, Sr. along with actor, Bill Foster and Robert "Whitey" Hughes, scheme a kidnapping of an oil barons son, played by Christopher Wayne. The kiddnapping goes sour and Joe Dasco is shot and killed, leaving his Joey [Billy E. Hughes, Jr.] to be award of the state.

Writer (feature film)

9.
Rat Fink (1965) as Screenwriter
10.
The Sadist (1963) as Screenwriter
A psychotic killer and his equally depraved girlfriend hold three travelers hostage.
11.
Stakeout! (1962) as Screenwriter
Father Joe Dasco, played by actor Bing Russell, is realeased from prison after servering a three year term for bank robber. He reunites with his ten year old son, played by actor Billy E. Hughes, Jr. The two go from place to place looking for work in the oil fields of Texas. Not able to hold a job, Joe Dasco, Sr. along with actor, Bill Foster and Robert "Whitey" Hughes, scheme a kidnapping of an oil barons son, played by Christopher Wayne. The kiddnapping goes sour and Joe Dasco is shot and killed, leaving his Joey [Billy E. Hughes, Jr.] to be award of the state.
12.
Airborne (1962) as Screenwriter
13.
Lone Texan (1959) as Screenwriter
14.
Under Fire (1957) as Writer
On the same day that he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for extraordinary valor in the European campaign during World War II, Sergeant Joe Dusak (Harry Morgan as Henry Morgan) is charged with desertion during combat by a military court. Also summoned to testify are Corporal Crocker (John Locke), Corporal Quinn (Gregory La Fayette)and Private Pope (Robert Levin), the only surviving members of a patrol led by Dusak. The charges stem from a patrol into the Black Forest of Germany in which Dusak claims the patrol got lost. Sergeant William Hutchins (Karl Lucas) testifies that he ran into Dusak's patrol, and the men were laughing and not lost.
15.
Young and Dangerous (1957) as Screenwriter
Tommy Price (Mark Damon) is the leader of a gang of young thugs interested in thrills, hot rods and girls. His friends bet him he can't make it with 17-year-old Rosemary Clinton (Lili Gentle). Their date turns out badly and her parents (Dabbs Greer and Ann Doran) forbid her to see him again. They keep meeting, and the relationship changes him to the extent that he plans on going to college and changing his life, which delights his parents (Eddie Binns and Frances Mercer).

Producer (special)

16.
Celebrating Bird: The Triumph of Charlie Parker (1989) as Executive Producer
A documentary on the life and work of jazz innovator Charlie Parker, airing as part of the "American Masters" series. A selection of the saxophonist's recordings is highlighted. Musicians Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Jimmy Dorsey, and Thelonious Monk also appear in clips, as well a

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