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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Don't Make Waves (1967) as Fred Barker
A swimming-pool salesman gets mixed up with beauty queens and bodybuilders when he falls in love.

Music (feature film)

2.
Kiss the Girls (1997) as Song ("I Need Money")
Forensic detective and best-selling crime author Alex Cross is cool and professional about his work, passionate and protective about his family. A widower with a teenage son and a daughter, the bonds of blood are all important to him. So when his niece Naomi turns up missing from her college campus in North Carolina, Cross knows he must apply his formidable investigative skills to search for her. But unlike his previous cases, this one is personal and there's no room for error. Arriving in Durham, where the antebellum ruins of the Old South meets the modern buildings of the New South's Research Triangle, Cross learns a special Task Force Officer is already operating and that Naomi isn't the only victim. Seven other girls are missing and two bodies have been found, with a note left at the second murder scene signed "Cassanova." Cross receives only gruging cooperation from the local detectives who are wary of big city specialists and view Cross' investigation as unwelcome infringement.

Cast (special)

3.
Plimpton! Did You Hear the One About...? (1971)
A behind-the-scenes look at the world of stand-up comedy as seen through the eyes of do-it-himself author George Plimpton, who bravely strives to get laughs from audiences and finds how exquisitely painful it is to get silence.

Writer (special)

4.
Small World (1982) as Writer
The program spotlights the talents, abilities, and opinions of children.
5.
Take One Starring Jonathan Winters (1981) as Writer
A program featuring Jonathan Winters improvising his own lines in peculiar situations.
6.
Sinatra and Friends (1977) as Writer
An hour of music and song with Frank Sinatra and friends.
7.
Mad Mad Mad Mad World of the Super Bowl, The (1977) as Writer
A spoof of football and the Super Bowl.
8.
Celebration: The American Spirit (1976) as Writer
Yet another bicentennial special, this one inspired by the bland and somewhat murky theme of "the American Spirit."
9.
Don Rickles Show, The (1975) as Writer
An hour of music and comedy with the Prince of the Put-down, Don Rickles.
10.
American Film Institute Salute to Orson Welles, The (1975) as Writer
The American Film Institute presents a Life Achievement Award to Orson Welles. The program features commentary by Welles' peers and clips from his films.
11.
Rowan and Martin Report, The (1975) as Writer
A satirization of TV news shows and news reporters.
12.
American Film Institute Salute to James Cagney, The (1974) as Writer
A tribute to the famous screen actor, featuring many of Cagney's friends and colleagues who offer personal and professional recollections of his long and distinguished career. The special also includes clips from some of his most famous films. Cagney receives the American Film Institute's second Lif
13.
Rowan and Martin Special, The (1973) as Writer
An hour of vaudeville-style music and comedy sketches hosted by Dan Rowan and Dick Martin.
14.
Don't Call Me Mama Anymore (1973) as Writer
A program within a program wherein Cass Elliot, formerly of The Mamas and the Papas, plays herself, and the star of a variety program whose own stories and conversations provide the premise for songs and skits about backstage life.
15.
Frank Sinatra Jr. With Family and Friends (1969) as Writer
Music, songs, and comedy with Frank Sinatra Jr., his family and friends.

Producer (special)

16.
Sinatra and Friends (1977) as Producer
An hour of music and song with Frank Sinatra and friends.

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