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John Linder

John Linder

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Birth Place: Profession: Film Production - Main ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Department (feature film)

1.
Moonstruck (1987) as Scenic Artist (New York)
When she tries to make peace in her new family, an engaged woman falls for her fiance's brother.
2.
Tattoo (1981) as Scenic Artist
Karl Kinski is a tattoo artist who is commisioned to paint fake tattoos on a model named Maddy for an ad campaign. But when the mentally unbalanced Karl becomes obsessed with Maddy he kidnaps her, holding her captive and tattooing her body with his designs as if she were a canvas.
3.
Hair (1979) as Scenic Artist
A young man joins a hippie commune on the eve of reporting for military service.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

4.
Johnny Handsome (1989) as Key Grip
A cop is on the trail of a gangster who has undergone plastic surgery.
5.
Action Jackson (1988) as Key Grip
A tough-as-nails Detroit cop keeps after a murderous auto executive in the bullet-filled thriller "Action Jackson" (1988). When a vicious auto magnate decides the best way to eliminate the competition is to actually eliminate the competition, off-the-rails lawman Jericho 'Action' Jackson is there to take him down. Starring Carl Weathers, Craig T. Nelson, Sharon Stone and Vanity.
6.
Red Heat (1988) as Key Grip
A tough, disciplined Russian policeman teams up with an unpredictable, wise-cracking Chicago detective to track down the most wanted Russian criminal.
7.
Extreme Prejudice (1987) as Key Grip
Jack Benteen and Cash Bailey were childhood friends. Now Jack is a Texas Ranger and Cash is a ruthless drug lord who works out of Mexico. The two face off on opposite sides of the border, Jack determined to clean up the drug traffic, and Cash equally determined to preserve his lucrative business.
8.
Dragnet (1987) as Key Grip
To his chagrin, by-the-book Los Angeles policeman Joe Friday has been assigned a flippant, street-wise new partner, Pep Streebeck. They are investigating a series of murders, which leads them to the religious cult P.A.G.A.N. (People Against Goodness and Normalcy). Infiltrating the group, they rescue Connie Swain, and she and Friday fall in love. When Connie identifies respected community leader and the police commissioner's friend Reverend Jonathan Whirley as the head of the cult, Friday attempts to publicly arrest the man and is suspended. Connie is kidnapped in retaliation and when Friday is reinstated, he and Streebeck lead the raid on the P.A.G.A.N. headquarters and Friday's heroics save Connie and bring Whirley to justice.
9.
Under the Influence (1986)
Andy Griffith's greatly-admired portrayal of a man whose alcoholism has a devastating effect not only on his professional life but on his family as well was the driving force behind this drama by Joyce Rebeta-Burditt, herself a recovered alcoholic whose novel "The Cracker Factory" had become a TV mo
10.
Commando (1985) as Key Grip
A retired special agent is forced out of retirement when his daughter is kidnapped by a band of thugs intent on revenge.
11.
Songwriter (1984) as Key Grip
A singer-songwriter sets out to break his record company contract.
12.
Mae West (1982)
Ann Jillian's portrait of legendary actress Mae West in this customarily white-washed TV biography, covering her flamboyant career through her triumphant Broadway return in "Diamond Lil" in 1948, won her an Emmy Award nomination. James Brolin plays Mae West's long-time lover and manager, Jim Timony,
13.
Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982) as Key Grip
Growing up confounds a group of California teens.
14.
Poltergeist (1982) as Key Grip
Evil spirits abduct a suburban family''s daughter causing chaos and havoc.
15.
Hotline (1982)
Struggling artist Lynda Carter is talked into being a volunteer to answer phones part-time at Granville Van Dusen's crisis center only to find herself being stalked by a psychotic caller.
16.
Stand By Your Man (1981)
The rags-to-riches tale of country music queen, Tammy Wynette, from her impoverished childhood to country's First Lady and her two rocky marriages to fellow superstar George Jones, who had been her childhood idol. TV's answer to "Coal Miner's Daughter," the Oscar-winning film about Loretta Lynn, "St
17.
Breaking Away (1979) as Key Grip
Recent midwestern high school graduate Dave is obsessed with bicycle racing. His dream is to compete in the Italian races someday and his immersion in all things Italian is driving his father crazy. Dave and his three best friends fight with the local college kids who look down on them for being "townies." When the Italian bicycle team comes to their town to race, Dave is disillusioned by their snobbery and the dirty tricks they use to win. So Dave drops his Italian identity and he and his friends enter the university's bike race and compete with their college student rivals.
18.
Special Olympics (1978)
A widowed father struggles to hold together his family of three teenagers, one of whom is mentally retarded and enrolled in a state school for "special" children where he finds self-fulfillment in his love of sports, emulating his older, athletic brother.

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