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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Calamity Jane (1984) as Director Of Photography
An exploration of the myths surrounding the colorful western heroine and both the legendary Wild Bill Hickock, with whom she had an unorthodox courtship, and the flamboyant Buffalo Bill Cody, between the 1870's and the turn of the century. Although sharing a title, this film has nothing to do with t
2.
Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess (1983) as Director Of Photography
In the tradition of TV's star biographies, this skin-deep dramatization of the Hollywood sex queen chronicles her early career as a dancer and her evolution into a film star, spanning the years 1934 to 1952, and put Lynda Carter in the spotlight with the Israeli actor Aharon Ipale as Aly Khan. David
3.
Women's Room, The (1980) as Director Of Photography
Star-laden but sudsy adaptation of Marilyn French's feminist novel spanning the '50s and '60s, with Lee Remick as a troubled divorcee whose quest for fulfillment after dumping her caddish spouse (Ted Danson), the man she married while still in school, takes her back to college -- to the cheers of he
4.
Orphan Train (1979) as Director Of Photography
In this dramatization of a little publicized episode in American history, dedicated social worker Eichhorn organizes a train trip for a group of slum orphans in 1894, taking them from New York City to the Midwest in search of new families and new lives. This fictionalized account covers the first of
5.
Christmas Miracle In Caufield, Usa (1978) as Director Of Photography
A dramatic re-creation of the Christmas Eve 1951 coal mine disaster in which union workers, threatened with replacement by scabs, were forced to enter an unsafe mine and then were trapped underground by an explosion. Veteran actor John Carradine is billed, curiously, as John Carradine Sr., for the f
6.
Black Beauty (1978) as Director Of Photography
A sentimental, all-star retelling (the ninth and most lavish filming since 1906) of Anna Sewell's beloved animal classic, stretched out in its premiere showing over five nights in hourly episodes. Subsequently shown in two parts over four hours.
7.
Raid On Entebbe (1977)
This was the second star-laden dramatization of the Israeli rescue of plane-bound hostages taken during a Palestinian hijacking on July 4, 1976. Cinematographer Bill Butler won an Emmy Award for his work. Others nominated were Peter Finch (his last screen role), Martin Balsam and Yaphet Kotto, direc
8.
Storyteller, The (1977) as Director Of Photography
A veteran television writer is troubled by charges that his teleplay motivated a boy to actions that caused his death. Richard Levinson and William Link received Emmy Award nominations for their original story.
9.
Mulligan's Stew (1977) as Director Of Photography
A struggling high school football coach, his wife and three growing children take in four more who were being raised by his sister and her husband before dying in a plane crash. This was the pilot for the short-lived 1977-78 series with Pressman and Donahue.
10.
Stonestreet: Who Killed the Centerfold Model? (1977) as Director Of Photography
A movie pilot about a female private eye who goes undercover as a porno actress to unravel the case of a prominent industrialist's missing daughter.
11.
Green Eyes (1976) as Director Of Photography
Disillusioned and uncertain about his future, a Vietnam veteran journeys back to Southeast Asia to search among thousands of war orphans for the son he left behind.
12.
Wanted: The Sundance Woman (1976) as Director Of Photography
Katharine Ross repeats her portrayal of Etta Place (from "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid") in this adventure of the fugitive who, alone and desperate following the deaths of Butch and Sundance, seeks help from Pancho Villa in exchange for guns and ammunition.
13.
Just an Old Sweet Song (1976) as Director Of Photography
A sentimental tale of a contemporary black family from Detroit whose two-week vacation in the South leads to a variety of changes in their lives. Robert Hooks' real-life sons played his fictional sons in the story. Pilot to a prospective series called "Down Home." A second one-hour movie in 1978 had
14.
Shark Kill (1976) as Director Of Photography
Two ocean-oriented adventurers set sail in search of a man-killing great white shark.
15.
Future Cop (1976) as Director Of Photography
An old-line street cop is assigned a rookie partner who happens to be an android programmed in a lab. The subsequent short-lived 1977 series also starred Borgnine, Shannon and Amos, as did another TV movie, "Cops and Robin" (1978), which recycled what the producers felt continued to be a viable conc
16.
Winner Take All (1975) as Director Of Photography
A woman's compulsion to gamble threatens to ruin her marriage -- especially after losing $30,000 of her husband's savings.
17.
Death Among Friends (1975) as Director Of Photography
A lady homicide detective tries to solve the murder of an international financier in this pilot for a prospective but unrealized series.
18.
Miles to Go Before I Sleep (1975) as Director Of Photography
An idealistic drama about a lonely old man trying to fulfill his life by aiding a teenage delinquent living at a rehabilitation center in Boston.
19.
Larry (1974) as Director Of Photography
An acclaimed drama about a man, mistakenly confined to a mental institution for his first twenty-six years, who is discovered to have normal intelligence and is faced with the task of becoming physically self-sufficient to live in the outside world.
20.
Killdozer (1974) as Director Of Photography
A man-versus-machine thriller pitting a group of construction workers against a murderous bulldozer controlled by an alien being.
21.
California Kid, The (1974) as Director Of Photography
After a number of speeders have deliberately been sent to their deaths by a psychotic sheriff in a small-town speed trap, the brother of a recent victim rolls into town in his hot rod and forces the lawman into a high speed duel. Real-life brothers Sheen and Estevez played fictional brothers in this
22.
Trapped Beneath the Sea (1974) as Director Of Photography
A drama based on the true story of four men entombed in a mini-sub in waters off the coast of Florida in 1973.
23.
Things in Their Season (1974) as Director Of Photography
A sentimental family drama about the growing apart -- and together -- of a household of Wisconsin dairy farmers when the son decides to get married and move away and the mother discovers she has incurable leukemia and only a short time to live.
24.
Dr. Max (1974) as Director Of Photography
A curmudgeony big-city doctor's concern for his patients in a rundown Baltimore neighborhood puts him at odds with his own family. This is a similar contemporary version of the Paul Muni film "The Last Angry Man" (1959), which itself was remade as a TV movie and shown first several weeks after this
25.
Case of Rape, A (1974) as Director Of Photography
A tough drama about a middle-class housewife whose rape experience made her feel not only humiliation but the feeling that she was the guilty party following her husband's waning trust and the harsh courtroom interrogation leading to sympathy for the accused. The sensitive performance by Elizabeth M
26.
Death Race (1973) as Director Of Photography
A war movie pitting a crippled American fighter plane against a Nazi tank in a desert duel. Milton Rosen's score was written originally for a 1967 World War II yarn called "The Young Warriors."

Film Production - Main (feature film)

27.
One Shoe Makes It Murder (1982)
Although filmed after "The Winds of War", this suspense drama marked Robert Mitchum's TV acting debut, as a down-and-out ex-San Diego cop who is hired by gambling kingpin Mel Ferrer (also the film's producer) to find his missing wife, who turns out to be a possible suicide. Angie Dickinson is a sha
28.
Marilyn: The Untold Story (1980)
Norman Mailer's book on Marilyn Monroe was the basis of this second Marilyn TV movie, covering the legendary actress right up to the time of her death, in contrast to the earlier film, based on Garson Kanin's account, that ended just as she reached stardom. Catherine Hicks won an Emmy Award nominati
29.
Eric (1975)
A young man learns that he has terminal cancer but vows not to give up without an all-out fight in this drama based on Doris Lund's memoir of her son's last year.
30.
Short Walk to Daylight (1972)
Eight terrified people, trapped in a New York subway tunnel when a devastating earthquake levels the city, desperately try to find a way out.

Cinematography (special)

31.
Shooting, The (1982) as Director Of Photography
Set in rural Missouri during the Depression, the drama focuses on a hunting accident and its effect on the three farm boys involved in it. The responsibilities and consequences of using a gun are emphasized in this "CBS Afternoon Playhouse" presentation.

Cinematography (special)

32.
Murder Ordained (1987) as Director Of Photography
A drama, based on real incidents about a Kansas minister who becomes romantically involved with a married woman. When both of their spouses die under mysterious circumstances, a murder investigation is pursued, spearheaded by a Kansas state trooper.
33.
Sophisticated Gents, The (1981) as Director Of Photography
Twenty-five-year reunion of members of a Black athletic-social club, based on the book "The Junior Bachelor Society", brings together nine of its members for the first time to honor their old coach but is marred by a murder investigation involving one of the gents (Melvin Van Peebles, who had writte
34.
Best Place to Be, The (1979) as Director Of Photography
A lavish romantic drama in true Ross Hunter style about a young widow whose life is complicated by a hippie daughter, a rebellious teenage son and an ill-starred love affair with a younger man -- and then a former suitor comes back into the picture. The film not only marked Donna Reed's TV movie debut but also brought her back to television after a twelve-year absence.
35.
Studs Lonigan (1979) as Director Of Photography
The television adaptation drawn from James T. Farrell's once-banned-for-being-oh-so-racy '30s trilogy ("Young Lonigan," "The Young Manhood of Studs Lonigan" and "Judgment Day") about the struggles and growing pangs of a self-destructive Depression-era Chicago youth introduced to TV viewers the rough

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