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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Black Eye (1974) as Art Direction
Following the manhunt of an L.A. cop suspended for killing the pusher responsible for his sister''s death.

Art Department (feature film)

2.
Rambo III (1988)
Unfolding at a Buddhist monastery in Thailand, the story revolves around Rambo going to the aid of his friend Colonel Trautman who asks his assistance with a dangerous mission.
3.
Foxy Brown (1988)
When a government agent is shot down, his sexy girlfriend goes gunning for revenge.
4.
Concrete Beat (1984)
Newspaper columnist John Getz tries to juggle the hectic schedule of his job, trying to clear a woman blamed for her child's death, and romancing his ex-wife who happens to be his gruff boss' daughter in this prospective series pilot.
5.
Protocol (1984) as Set Decorator
A naïve waitress bumbles into a job with the diplomatic corps in the Middle East.
6.
Love Thy Neighbor (1984)
A serio-comedy casting John Ritter and Penny Marshall as next door suburbanites who overcome their mutual dislike for one another and are drawn into an unlikely affair when his wife runs off with her husband, leaving them to cope with their children and their houses.
7.
Carny (1980) as Set Decorator
Frankie and Patch are partners in a dunk-the-bozo booth in a carnival that is traveling through the South. In one small town, a teenager named Donna is encouraged by Frankie to join the carnival, and she moves in with him, into the trailer he shares with Patch. Feeling rejected, Patch plans to get rid of Donna, but the owner of the business wants her to help him trick some local men who are demanding payoffs. After Donna plays her part in the scheme, she is accepted by Patch.
8.
Casey's Shadow (1978) as Set Decorator
A young boy from a racing family tries to turn his pet horse into a champion.
9.
The Cheap Detective (1978) as Set Decorator
A private dick tackles two tough cases while trying to clear himself of a murder charge.
10.
The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) as Set Decorator
A peaceful farmer turns vigilante when soldiers murder his family.
11.
Dark Side of Innocence, The (1976)
A drama involving three generations of a family in middle-class suburbia: an affluent housewife who feels that life is passing her by, the daughter she embitters by walking out on the family, and the mother whose traditional values are shaken by the woman's divorce. This was a pilot for a prospecti
12.
Hearts of the West (1975) as Set Designer
An aspiring western novelist in thirties Hollywood becomes a low-budget cowboy star.
13.
Kansas City Massacre, The (1975)
Robertson here reprises his role of the flamboyant Melvin Purvis that he originated in Dan Curtis' "Melvin Purvis, G-Man" (1974) and takes on the crime cartel formed by Pretty Boy Floyd, John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, Alvin Karpis and others. Their crime wave ended in the notorious Kansas City ma
14.
Our Time (1974) as Set Decorator
Two teenagers are attending a private school for girls in New England in 1955. When they lose their virginity, there are some unexpected and tragic consequences.
15.
Thursday's Game (1974)
A delightful adult comedy with a stellar cast dealing with the marital and business problems of a couple of middle-aged men who continue their night out with the boys even after the breakup of their Thursday evening poker game. Made in 1971 as a theatrical release, it was shelved for several years b
16.
Black Belt Jones (1974) as Set Decorator
A martial-arts champion steps in to defend his friend¿s gym from a mob takeover.
17.
Killer Bees (1974)
Gloria Swanson made her TV-film debut as an iron-willed matriarch (with a German accent) who not only dominates a family of California winegrowers but also maintains a strange power over a colony of bees thriving in her vineyard.
18.
Death Sentence (1974)
A juror in a murder case comes to the conclusion that the wrong man is on trial, and then finds her own life threatened by the real killer -- her husband.
19.
Night Strangler, The (1973)
A monster-chasing reporter finds himself searching Seattle for a killer whose grisly record seems to stretch back more than a century, making an appearance every twenty-one years. This sequel to "The Night Stalker" (1971) led to the near-cult "Kolchak" series (1974-75) that had Darren McGavin trying
20.
Coffy (1973)
A nurse sets out for vengeance when her younger sister becomes an addict.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

21.
Secrets of a Mother and Daughter (1983)
Mother and daughter clash over the same man -- the mother emerging from her widow''s weeds, the daughter rebounding from marital problems, and a handsome restaurateur the object of the desires of both.
22.
Secrets of a Mother and Daughter (1983)
Mother and daughter clash over the same man -- the mother emerging from her widow''s weeds, the daughter rebounding from marital problems, and a handsome restaurateur the object of the desires of both.
23.
Triangle Factory Fire Scandal, The (1979)
A dramatic retelling of the 1911 tragedy in which 146 workers died in New York's garment district and ultimately laid the groundwork for the establishment of the ILGWU. The real-life catastrophe took a mere eleven minutes; the movie, with its soap opera plots and assorted inaccuracies (like several
24.
Triangle Factory Fire Scandal, The (1979)
A dramatic retelling of the 1911 tragedy in which 146 workers died in New York's garment district and ultimately laid the groundwork for the establishment of the ILGWU. The real-life catastrophe took a mere eleven minutes; the movie, with its soap opera plots and assorted inaccuracies (like several
25.
Trapped Beneath the Sea (1974)
A drama based on the true story of four men entombed in a mini-sub in waters off the coast of Florida in 1973.
26.
Trapped Beneath the Sea (1974)
A drama based on the true story of four men entombed in a mini-sub in waters off the coast of Florida in 1973.
27.
Hawkins on Murder (1973)
In his TV movie debut, a pilot to his subsequent short-lived series (1973-74), James Stewart is a homespun West Virginia lawyer who defends an heiress charged with three murders. Strother Martin, as his cracker-barrel sheriff cousin and legman, also appeared in the series.
28.
Hawkins on Murder (1973)
In his TV movie debut, a pilot to his subsequent short-lived series (1973-74), James Stewart is a homespun West Virginia lawyer who defends an heiress charged with three murders. Strother Martin, as his cracker-barrel sheriff cousin and legman, also appeared in the series.
29.
Goodnight My Love (1972)
This private-eye spoof, set in Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles in the late '40s, has a seedy, down-and-out detective and his partner, an erudite dwarf, being drawn by a voluptuous blonde into a missing persons case leading to murder.
30.
Goodnight My Love (1972)
This private-eye spoof, set in Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles in the late '40s, has a seedy, down-and-out detective and his partner, an erudite dwarf, being drawn by a voluptuous blonde into a missing persons case leading to murder.

Art Department (special)

31.
World According to Straw, The (1990) as Set Decorator
A comedy pilot not picked up by Fox. The head of the maintenance department in a large corporation loves to make people squirm when they need something done. In the pilot, when Straw's boss refuses to change the music in the elevator to rock 'n' roll, Straw takes away every roll of toilet paper in t

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

32.
Frankenstein (1973)
Dan Curtis' retelling of the all-time gothic horror classic, one of the favorite subjects among moviemakers. This was a two-parter shown in ninety-minute segments on successive nights as part of ABC's late-night "Wide World of Mystery" series.
33.
Frankenstein (1973)
Dan Curtis' retelling of the all-time gothic horror classic, one of the favorite subjects among moviemakers. This was a two-parter shown in ninety-minute segments on successive nights as part of ABC's late-night "Wide World of Mystery" series.

Art Department (TV Mini-Series)

34.
Fresno (1986)
An ambitious (though failed) television experiment -- a comedy miniseries parody of primetime soap operas, which many maintain are themselves parodies to begin with, this six-hour tale of "love, hate and sour grapes" (as it was humorously promoted) in the raisin industry set in the gloss and glitter

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