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Was unit publicist for feature film "Love Story"
First produced script, a TV pilot for ABC, "Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders"
Wrote screenplay for "The Night that Panicked America" (ABC)
Wrote the screen adaptation of his novel "The Seven Percent Solution"
Feature film directing debut, "Time After Time"; also adapted the screenplay
Published his autobiographical novel <i>Confessions of a Homing Pigeon</i>
Directed and re-wrote screenplay for "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan"
Made TV directorial debut, "The Day After" (NBC)
Directed Tom Hanks and John Candy in "Volunteers"
Co-wrote the screenplay for the fourth Star Trek film, "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home"
Directed the Merchant/Ivory produced, "The Deceivers"
Directed "Company Business," starring Gene Hackman and Mikhail Baryishnikov; also adapted from his own screenplay
Directed "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country"; also developed the story with Leonard Nimoy and co-wrote the screenplay
Was the principal screenwriter of the critically acclaimed film, "Sommersby"
Directed his own play about Leo Tolstoy, "Loco Motives," which premiered in Los Angeles
Adapted the Philip Roth novel, "The Human Stain"
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