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Production Designer (feature film)

1.
American Music Awards 20th Anniversary Special, The (1993) as Production Designer
A celebration of the 20th anniversary of the "American Music Awards."
2.
19th Annual American Music Awards (1992) as Production Designer
A presentation of the 19th annual American Music Awards honoring outstanding performers in American music. Winners are determined by the record-buying public in such areas as pop/rock, soul/rhythm & blues, country, heavy metal, rap and dance.

Director (special)

3.
Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas (1971) as Director
A holiday program of music and song with Bing Crosby and his family.

Art Director (special)

4.
Totally Animals II (1996) as Art Director
An entertainment special that takes an intimate and comical look at the the world of wild creatures.
5.
Totally Animals (1996) as Art Direction
Comic look at a variety of animals utilizing film and tape clips.
6.
14th Annual CableACE Awards, The (1993) as Art Direction
Live broadcast from the Pantages Theatre of the fourteenth annual ACE Awards ceremony honoring excellence in cable television.
7.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1989) as Art Direction
A broadcast of the twelfth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1989 Kennedy Center Honors. This year's honorees are singer Harry Belafonte, actress Claudette Colbert, musical comedy star Mary Martin, ballet dancer Alexandra Danilova, and composer William Schuma
8.
American Music Awards, The (1989) as Art Direction
A three-hour live broadcast from Hollywood's Shrine Civic Auditorium of the 16th annual American Music Awards honoring musical artists in pop/rock, soul/rhythm and blues, country music, heavy metal and rap.
9.
Friday Night Surprise! (1989) as Art Direction
A special, hosted by Dick Clark on the eve of April Fool's Day, containing surprises from Chuck Connors to Bob Costas; a talking dog that visits a kindergarten class; and Elvira, who stands in for her own wax museum figure.
10.
Smothers Brothers Comedy Special, The (1988) as Art Direction
A variety special featuring The Smothers Brothers and various musical/comedy performers.
11.
Smothers Brothers Thanksgiving Special, The (1988) as Art Direction
A variety special featuring the Smothers Brothers and their guests.
12.
American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon, The (1988) as Art Direction
An entertainment special honoring Jack Lemmon as the 16th recipient of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award. The program was taped March 10, 1988 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
13.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1988) as Art Direction
A special broadcast of the eleventh annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors, taped December 4, 1988 in Washington, DC. This year's honorees are Alvin Ailey, George Burns, Myrna Loy, Alexander Schneider, and Roger L. Stevens.
14.
Friday Night Surprise! (1988) as Art Direction
A comedy special which features surprises for people from all walks of life, including celebrities and viewers. Taped at the Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles, California.
15.
Motown Merry Christmas (1987) as Art Direction
A special featuring Motown stars performing holiday songs. The program was taped on stage at the Aquarius Theater in Hollywood, California.
16.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1987) as Art Direction
The tenth annual special celebrating the performing arts and honoring some of the world's most distinguised artists for lifetime achievement: singer Perry Como, actress Bette Davis, singer and entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., musician Nathan Milstein, and choreographer Alwin Nikolais. The program was ta
17.
You Are the Jury (1986) as Art Direction
Audience involvement is the keynote of this special, in which viewers watch a dramatization of an actual murder trial and then vote innocent or guilty by calling a special 900 telephone number. The case depicted is that of Dr. Evan Black, a philandering physician who stands accused of murdering his
18.
MISS HOLLYWOOD (1986) as Art Direction
The 1986 edition of the Miss Hollywood talent and beauty competition in which one of the twenty-five finalists will learn that she has been selected to hold the title of "Miss Hollywood, 1986," is telecast live from Hollywood's Wiltern Theater.
19.
40th Annual Tony Awards, The (1986) as Art Direction
The annual presentation of the American Theatre Wing's Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring excellence in the Broadway theater, broadcast live from the Minskoff Theatre in New York City. This year (1986) marks the twentieth time the Tony Awards have been presented on national television.
20.
Nell Carter -- Never Too Old to Dream (1986) as Art Direction
Portraying a night-club singer at the legendary Club Jericho, Nell Carter nostalgically traces in words and music the colorful history of the famed night spot.
21.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1986) as Art Direction
The ninth annual awards/entertainment special honoring six distinguished artists for lifetime achievement in their area of endeavor. The event, taped at the Opera House of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., honors actress and comedienne Lucille Ball, singer and c
22.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1985) as Art Direction
Taped at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the special celebrates the performing arts and honors six of the world's most distinguished artists for lifetime achievement in their respective fields. The honorees are choreographer Merce Cunningham, actress Irene Dunne, comedian Bob Hope, writer/ly
23.
American Film Institute Salute to Lillian Gish, The (1984) as Art Direction
A tribute to actress Lilian Gish, winner of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award.
24.
You Are the Jury (1984) as Art Direction
A program that allows viewers to determine the guilt or innocence of a defendent in a crime. The program begins in a courtroom and flashback sequences are used to recall the crime and the circumstances that led up to it. In the pilot episode, "The Case of the People of Florida vs. Joseph Landrum," v
25.
Hollywood Stars' Screen Tests (1984) as Art Direction
The program spotlights the never-before-seen screen tests of famous stars.
26.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1984) as Art Direction
The program honors five of the world's most distinguished artists for lifetime achievement in their respective fields. The artists honored in this year's ceremony are singer Lena Horne, actor and comedian Danny Kaye, playwright Arthur Miller, composer Gian-Carlo Menotti, and violinist Isaac Stern.
27.
American Film Institute Salute to Frank Capra, The (1982) as Art Direction
A tribute by the American Film Institute (AFI) honoring film director Frank Capra.
28.
Lynda Carter: Street Lights (1982) as Art Direction
A celebration of the electrifying rhythm of street music, hosted by Lynda Carter.
29.
Fantastic Miss Piggy Show, The (1982) as Art Direction
An hour of music, songs, and comedy sketches featuring the Muppet character Miss Piggy.
30.
Texaco Star Theater: Opening Night (1982) as Art Direction
A tune-filled salute to the American musical theater.
31.
Lynda Carter's Celebration (1981) as Art Direction
A variety show hosted by Lynda Carter along with guests, featuring music, songs, and dances.
32.
Show Business (1981) as Art Direction
An inside look at the entertainment industry with reports on current and past celebrities.
33.
John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together (1980) as Art Direction
An hour of music, comedy, and songs hosted by John Denver and featuring the Muppets.
34.
Lynda Carter's Special (1980) as Art Direction
Actress Lynda Carter appears in her first television special, featuring music, dance, and songs.
35.
Beatrice Arthur Special, The (1980) as Art Direction
A variety show featuring Beatrice Arthur in her first music and comedy television special.
36.
Lynda Carter: Encore (1980) as Art Direction
An hour of music and songs hosted by Lynda Carter.
37.
Omnibus (1980) as Art Direction
A series of three specials, updating the old television series of the same title, that present culture in an entertaining form.
38.
Paul Anka... Music My Way (1977) as Art Direction
A concert featuring singer-songwriter Paul Anka.
39.
John Davidson Christmas Show, The (1977) as Art Direction
A holiday special in which John Davidson and his family step through time to celebrate a nineteenth-century English Christmas.
40.
Eddie and Herbert (1977) as Art Direction
The story of the friendship between two blue-collar workers: Eddie Scanlon, pompous and opinionated, and his co-worker, Herbert Draper, a naive young man who worships Eddie. The pilot episode focuses on Eddie's attempts, as he describes it, to "grab the brass ring."
41.
John Davidson Christmas Show, The (1976) as Art Direction
A holiday program of music and songs with the Davidson and Lennon Sisters' families.
42.
Ted Knight Musical Comedy Variety Special Special (1976) as Art Direction
An hour of music and comedy with Ted Knight and friends.
43.
Dorothy Hamill Special, The (1976) as Art Direction
A musical variety special with Olympic ice skating champion Dorothy Hamill.
44.
Sandy in Disneyland (1974) as Art Direction
A musical tour of Disneyland with the perpetually perky Sandy Duncan.
45.
American Film Institute Salute to John Ford, The (1973) as Art Direction
The American Film Institute presents its first Life Achievement Award to director John Ford.

Art Department (special)

46.
College of Comedy With Alan King III, The (2001) as Set Designer
Alan King hosts his third university forum exploring the historical principles of stand-up comedy from Beckman Auditorium at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.
47.
College of Comedy With Alan King, Part II, The (2000) as Set Designer
An unconventional master class on the art of comedy with "Professor" Alan King, videotaped at Beckman Auditorium, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena.
48.
Ira Gershwin at 100: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall (1997) as Set Designer
Concert tribute to popular American lyricist Ira Gershwin, from Carnegie Hall, taped on his 100th birthday.
49.
College of Comedy With Alan King, The (1997) as Set Designer
Alan King hosts a forum at Harvard University exploring the origins of stand-up comedy styles.
50.
Natalie Cole's Untraditional Traditional Christmas (1994) as Set Designer
Natalie Cole performs a festive repertoire of holiday favorites. Includes an appearance by "Sesame Street"'s Elmo.
51.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1992) as Basic Set Designer
Broadcast of the fifteenth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1992 Kennedy Center Honors for lifetime achievement: actor and dancer Ginger Rogers, jazz vibraphonist Lionel Hampton, actors Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, cellist and conductor Mstislav Rostropo
52.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1991) as Original Sets Designer
A broadcast of the fourteenth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1991 Kennedy Center Honors. This year's recipients are country music singer Roy Acuff, the musical comedy writer-performers Betty Comden and Adolph Green, the acrobatic tap dancers Fayard and Har

Production Designer (special)

53.
9th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, The (2003) as Production Designer
Live coverage of the ninth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
54.
8th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, The (2002) as Production Designer
Live coverage of the eighth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards presentation.
55.
Three Mo' Tenors in Concert (2001) as Production Designer
Tenors Victor Trent Cook, Rodrick Dixon and Thomas Young demonstrate their versatility in a program of opera, Broadway, jazz, blues, soul, spirituals and gospel.
56.
My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs (2001) as Production Designer
Concert performance of Broadway love songs from City Center, New York City, to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
57.
SAG Awards Show (2001) as Production Designer
Live presentation of the 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.
58.
27th Annual American Music Awards, The (2000) as Production Designer
Presentation of the American Music Awards honoring the top artists in all forms of music.
59.
SAG Awards Show (2000) as Production Designer
Live presentation of the 5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.
60.
80th Annual Miss America Pageant, The (2000) as Production Designer
Live coverage of the 80th annual Miss America Pageant from Atlantic City, New Jersey.
61.
79th Annual Miss America Pageant, The (1999) as Production Designer
Live coverage of the 79th annual Miss America Pageant from Convention Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The theme for the pageant is "Express Yourself."
62.
My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies (1999) as Production Designer
Special concert performance saluting the women of the Great White Way.
63.
SAG Awards Show (1999) as Production Designer
Live presentation of the 7th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. Honors performances in five film categories and eight television categories. In addition, SAG presents its Life Achievement Award, celebrating career achievement as well as humanitarian a
64.
26th Annual American Music Awards, The (1999) as Production Designer
Live coverage of the 26th annual American Music Awards.
65.
26th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1999) as Production Designer
Coverage of the 26th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
66.
Gala For the President at Ford's Theatre, A (1998) as Production Designer
The President and Mrs. Clinton are guests of honor for an evening of performances by contemporary musical and comedy stars at Ford's Theatre.
67.
Hypnotized! (1998) as Production Designer
Hypnotist Tom Silver targets ordinary people in their own surroundings and hypnotizes them to perform a variety of acts. A select group is then invited to perform in front of a studio audience while under post-hypnotic suggestion.
68.
Quincy Jones -- The First 50 Years (1998) as Production Designer
Tribute to Quincy Jones, the renowned composer, arranger and producer, celebrating Jones' 50 years in the entertainment industry. This special features appearances and performances from top stars in the entertainment industry and serves as a benefit for the United Negro College Fund.
69.
American Music Awards 1998 (1998) as Production Designer
Live presentation of the 25th Annual American Music Awards from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
70.
78th Annual Miss America Pageant, The (1998) as Production Designer
Live coverage of the 78th Annual Miss America Pageant from Atlantic City, New Jersey. The theme of the pageant is "Self-Expression."
71.
1997 American Music Awards (1997) as Production Designer
Live presentation of the 24th annual American Music Awards.
72.
Gala For the President at Ford's Theatre, A (1997) as Production Designer
Musical and comedic artists perform before the President and Mrs. Clinton at historic Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC.
73.
77th Annual Miss America Pageant, The (1997) as Production Designer
Live presentation of the 77th annual Miss America Pageant.
74.
College of Comedy With Alan King, The (1997) as Production Designer
Alan King hosts a forum at Harvard University exploring the origins of stand-up comedy styles.
75.
23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1996) as Production Designer
Live presentation of the 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
76.
1996 American Music Awards (1996) as Production Designer
Presentation of the 23rd annual American Music Awards.
77.
68th Annual Academy Awards, The (1996) as Production Designer
Live presentation of the 68th annual Academy Awards.
78.
22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1995) as Production Designer
Live presentation of the 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
79.
Gala For the President at Ford's Theatre, A (1995) as Production Designer
A roster of musical and comedic artists perform for the President and First Lady at Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC.
80.
1995 American Music Awards (1995) as Production Designer
A live presentation of the 22th annual American Music Awards.
81.
Miss America Pageant, The (1994) as Production Designer
A presentation of the 74th "Miss America Pageant," in its 41st live telecast.
82.
Gala For the President at Ford's Theatre, A (1994) as Production Designer
President and Mrs. Clinton are the guests of honor for an evening of contemporary music and comedy, at Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C.
83.
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards (1994) as Production Designer
A presentation of the third annual Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, honoring individual sports achievements in ten categories.
84.
Carnegie Hall Salutes the Jazz Masters (1994) as Production Designer
Carnegie Hall concert tribute to jazz greats Charlie Parker, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Stan Getz and Dizzy Gillespie.
85.
Jackson Family Honors, The (1994) as Production Designer
Members of the singing Jackson family gather to honor individuals known for their charitable work. This year's recepients of Lifetime Achievement Awards are Elizabeth Taylor and Berry Gordy.
86.
1994 American Music Awards (1994) as Production Designer
Presentation of the 21st annual American Music Awards.
87.
American Music Awards, The (1993) as Production Designer
A presentation of the 20th annual American Music Awards, honoring musical artists in pop/rock, soul/rhythm & blues, country, heavy metal, rap and adult contemporary.
88.
Neil Diamond: The Christmas Special (1993) as Production Designer
Neil Diamond performs his own music, as well as traditional Christmas songs.
89.
Gala For the President at Ford's Theatre, A (1993) as Production Designer
President and Mrs. Clinton are the guests of honor for an evening of performances by contemporary musical and comedy stars at Ford's Theatre.
90.
American Reunion: New Beginnings, Renewed Hope, An (1993) as Production Designer
A special featuring entertainment stars performing in the first and largest presidential inaugural event.
91.
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards Presented by Footlocker (1993) as Production Designer
A live presentation of the Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, honoring athletes in ten categories.
92.
American Film Institute Salute to Elizabeth Taylor, The (1993) as Production Designer
Broadcast of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award dinner honoring actress Elizabeth Taylor.
93.
Neil Diamond's Christmas Special (1992) as Production Designer
Neil Diamond performs Christmas songs in informal settings, joined by choirs from around the country.
94.
13th Annual ACE Awards, The (1992) as Production Designer
Live broadcast of the thirteenth annual Ace Awards ceremony honoring excellence in cable television.
95.
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards (1992) as Production Designer
A live presentation of "The Jim Thorpe Awards," honoring individual achievements in 10 sports categories.
96.
19th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1992) as Production Designer
A telecast of the 19th annual Emmy Awards for excellence in daytime television programming.
97.
63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1991) as Production Designer
Live coverage of the sixty-third annual Academy Awards ceremony.
98.
American Music Awards, The (1991) as Production Designer
A live presentation of the 18th annual American Music Awards honoring musical performers.
99.
18th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1991) as Production Designer
A telecast of the eighteenth annual Emmy Awards for excellence in daytime television programming.
100.
Night of 100 Stars III (1990) as Production Designer
A celebrity benefit for The Actors' Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dance and comedy. Features nearly 175 stars of stage, screen, sports, and fashion.
101.
American Music Awards, The (1990) as Production Designer
Three-hour live broadcast of the 17th Annual American Music Awards, honoring musical artists in pop/rock, soul/rhythm and blues, country music, heavy metal, rap, and dance. The winners of the 27 awards are determined by a poll of record buyers in the United States.
102.
61st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1989) as Production Designer
Live coverage of the sixty-first annual Academy Awards ceremony from the Shrine Civic Auditorium in Los Angeles. Highlights include: an opening production number which recreates Hollywood's glittering past and such landmarks as the Cocoanut Grove and the Chinese Theater; a tribute to the great musi
103.
Fifty Years of Television: A Golden Celebration (1989) as Production Designer
A special highlighting fifty years in the history of television. Includes tributes to Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Walter Cronkite, Jackie Gleason, Bob Hope and Ed Sullivan. Clips of classic television moments are presented.
104.
American Music Awards, The (1989) as Production Design
A three-hour live broadcast from Hollywood's Shrine Civic Auditorium of the 16th annual American Music Awards honoring musical artists in pop/rock, soul/rhythm and blues, country music, heavy metal and rap.
105.
American Music Awards, The (1988) as Production Designer
A live broadcast of the presentation of the 15th annual American Music Awards from Shrine Auditorium in Hollywood. The program also focuses on Australia's contribution to the music industry on the continent's 200th anniversary, with live cut-ins from Australia. The special also features the first li
106.
Superstars and Their Moms (1988) as Production Designer
The second "Superstars & Their Moms" special, hosted by mother Carol Burnett and her daughter Carrie Hamilton, features appearances by guest celebrities and their mothers.
107.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1988) as Production Designer
A special broadcast of the eleventh annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors, taped December 4, 1988 in Washington, DC. This year's honorees are Alvin Ailey, George Burns, Myrna Loy, Alexander Schneider, and Roger L. Stevens.
108.
Superstars & Their Moms (1987) as Production Designer
A Mother's Day special hosted by Carol Burnett and her daughter Carrie Hamilton, featuring interviews with guest celebrities and their mothers.
109.
American Music Awards, The (1987) as Production Designer
A live telecast from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles of the fourteenth annual American Music Awards presentation, honoring artists from the pop/rock, soul/rhythm & blues, and country music categories. The program also features the presentation of the Award of Merit, which is awarded this year p
110.
Happy Birthday, Hollywood! (1987) as Production Designer
A gala celebration, benefiting the Motion Picture and Television Country House and Hospital, held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in honor of the centennial of the founding of the town of Hollywood.
111.
NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration (1986) as Production Designer
A special featuring more than 100 stars and highlights from the most memorable moments in radio and television history spanning six decades on America's first broadcast network. NBC stars, past and present, recall, via film clips and personal memories, unforgettable moments from the past 60 years. H
112.
You Are the Jury (1986) as Production Designer
This special enables the television audience to view a dramatization of an actual murder trial and then phone in a verdict by dialing a toll-free telephone number. The case depicted involves a high school football star accused of strangling his girlfriend, a cheerleader and honors student.
113.
American Music Awards, The (1986) as Production Designer
A three-hour, live telecast from Los Angeles, London, Detroit, Tucson, and Hong Kong, featuring the thirteenth annual American Music Awards. Winners of awards in pop/rock, country, and soul/rhythm and blues will be announced, and more than seventy-five musical artists are expected to attend, includi
114.
38th Annual Emmy Awards, The (1986) as Production Designer
A live three-hour telecast from Pasadena, California, of the thirty-eighth Annual Emmy Awards which honors excellence in the television industry. David Letterman and Shelley Long are this year's co-hosts. Veteran comedian Red Skelton, recipient of this year's coveted Governor's Award by the Board of
115.
Whatta Year... 1986 (1986) as Production Designer
A retrospective look at 1986, featuring various celebrities offering their views on the best moments of the closing year. Some of the featured categories of the year's best are music, news, sports and movies. Also included in the special is a poll in which five pre-selected candidates are voted on
116.
Magic With the Stars (1982) as Production Designer
Hollywood celebrities assist magicians in a program of magic and illusion. Also included are film clips of performances by Harry Houdini, German illusionist Kalanag, Orson Welles, and comedian Buster Keaton.

Misc. Crew (special)

117.
40th Annual Tony Awards, The (1986) as Sets
The annual presentation of the American Theatre Wing's Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring excellence in the Broadway theater, broadcast live from the Minskoff Theatre in New York City. This year (1986) marks the twentieth time the Tony Awards have been presented on national television.
118.
39th Annual Tony Awards, The (1985) as Sets
A live presentation from the Shubert Theater in New York City of the 1985 Antoinette Perry Awards (popularly known as the Tony Awards), honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.

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