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Director (feature film)

1.
Borrowers, The (1973) as Director
An engaging fantasy about a family of inches-tall little people who live beneath the floorboards of a Victorian country house in peace and quiet until discovered by an eight-year-old boy. The taped movie was Emmy-nominated as Outstanding Children's Special, with nominations also going to Dame Judith

Cast (feature film)

2.
For The Boys (1991) as Tv Director (Awards Tv Show)
The story of two USO entertainers whose performing careers span from World War II through Vietnam.

Director (special)

3.
46th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2004) as Director
Live coverage of this annual event celebrating top honors in music.
4.
4th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, The (2003) as Director
Presentation of the fourth annual Latin Grammy Awards celebration honoring the best in Latin music from the American Airlines Arena in Miami.
5.
45th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2003) as Director
Live coverage of this annual event celebrating top honors in music features performances by John Mayer, Norah Jones, Avril Lavigne, Bruce Sprinsteen and the E Street Band, No Doubt, Eminem, Coldplay and Faith Hill.
7.
44th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2002) as Director
Coverage of the 44th annual Grammy Awards presentation, the recording industry's highest honors.
8.
43rd Annual Grammy Awards, The (2001) as Director
Live coverage of the 43rd annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
9.
42nd Annual Grammy Awards, The (2000) as Director
Live coverage of the 42nd annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
10.
1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards, The (2000) as Director
Presentation of the first annual Latin Grammy Awards celebration honoring the best in Latin music from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Awards are presented in 40 key categories covering many genres and sub-genres of Latin music.
11.
Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years! (2000) as Director
Special featuring highlights from past "Peanuts" shows, new animation and interaction between real people and members of the "Peanuts" gang, including Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus and Lucy. The tribute consists of six acts covering recurring themes in the world of Charlie Brown: "Love," "Sports," "S
12.
1999 Grammy Awards (1999) as Director
Live coverage of the 41st annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Highlights include a celebrity tribute to Duke Ellington led by Wynton Marsalis.
13.
Grammy's Greatest Performances (1999) as Director
A countdown of the 10 greatest Grammy performances of all time in the categories of pop, country, rock and r&b.
14.
Comic Relief VIII (1998) as Director
Eighth annual live comedy event to benefit the nation's homeless. Features stand-up comedy, musical performances and ensemble sketches. A toll-free 800 number is shown onscreen enabling viewers to make pledges and donations.
15.
40th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1998) as Director
Live presentation of the 40th annual Grammy Awards, honoring excellence in music.
16.
39th Grammy Awards (1997) as Director
Live presentation of the 39th annual Grammy Awards from Madison Square Garden, New York.
17.
51st Annual Tony Awards, The (1997) as Director
Live presentation of the 51st Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Also included are celebrity arrivals at Radio City Music Hall.
18.
Grand Ole Opry 70th Anniversary (1996) as Director
A special celebrating the Grand Ole Opry's 70th anniversary.
19.
Comic Relief American Comedy Festival (1996) as Director
Well-known comedians introduce the best of American comedy to benefit Comic Relief. Taped live at the Universal Ampitheater in Los Angeles, the special highlights the different areas of comedy ranging from new comics to sketch comedy and impressionists.
20.
Classic Stand-Up Comedy of Television: A Museum of Television & Radio Special (1996) as Director
Tribute to the traditional relationships stand-up comics have with television: situation comedies, variety shows and political commentaries.
21.
Grand Ole Opry Musical Salute to Minnie Pearl (1996) as Director
A tribute to the late Minnie Pearl featuring country music stars performing at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry House.
22.
1996 Grammy Awards (1996) as Director
Live presentation of the 38th annual Grammy Awards.
23.
50th Annual Tony Awards, The (1996) as Director
Live presentation of the 50th Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. The special includes a salute to Tony's Golden Anniversary spotlighting historic moments from previous Tony broadcasts.
24.
Best of Country, The (1995) as Director
A special featuring the top country music artists performing their 1994 hits and tributes to other performers like The Eagles and George Jones.
25.
Comic Relief VII (1995) as Director
The seventh annual live Comic Relief, to benefit the nation's homeless people.
26.
1995 Grammy Awards (1995) as Director
Live presentation of the 37th Annual Grammy Awards, honoring excellence in music.
27.
Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall of Fame Special, The (1995) as Director
Special featuring 25 years of highlights from the R&B dance series "Soul Train," as well as new tribute performances. Al Green, MC Hammer, Michael Jackson, Patti LaBelle, Diana Ross, Bill Withers and Stevie Wonder are designated into the Soul Train Hall of Fame.
28.
49th Annual Tony Awards, The (1995) as Director
Live presentation of the 49th Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater.
29.
Newsweek American Achievement Awards, The (1995) as Director
Presentation of the first annual Newsweek American Achievement Awards, celebrating America's ethnic and cultural diversity by honoring citizens for their courage and achievements.
30.
Kathie Lee... Looking For Christmas (1994) as Director
Holiday variety special with singer/talk-show host Kathie Lee Gifford, at her home and various locations in New York City.
31.
36th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1994) as Director
A presentation of the "36th Annual Grammy Awards" live from Radio City Music Hall in New York.
32.
Comic Relief VI (1994) as Director
A live presentation of the sixth annual Comic Relief fundraiser to benefit the homeless. Includes stand-up comedy performances, character pieces, ensemble sketches and short film clips describing the Comic Relief organization.
33.
48th Annual Tony Awards, The (1994) as Director
A live presentation of the annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the theater.
34.
47th Annual Tony Awards, The (1993) as Director
A live presentation of the Tony Awards honoring excellence in the theater.
35.
27th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1993) as Director
A presentation of the 27th Annual Country Music Association Awards honoring outstanding achievement in country music.
36.
Country Music Celebration, A (1993) as Director
A musical tribute to the Country Music Association (CMA) on the occasion of its 35th anniversary.
37.
35th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1993) as Director
Live coverage of the 35th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music recording industry. Broadcast from Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium.
38.
1991 Grammy Awards (1993) as Director
Live coverage of the 33rd Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry.
39.
Super Bowl Saturday Night (1992) as Director
Live coverage of the National Football League's post-season awards, hosted by Burt Reynolds.
40.
1992 Grammy Awards (1992) as Director
Live coverage of the 34th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry.
41.
44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (1992) as Director
A live presentation of the 44th annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
42.
46th Annual Tony Awards, The (1992) as Director
A live presentation of the 1992 Antoinette Perry (Tony) Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
43.
Comic Relief V (1992) as Director
A live broadcast of the fifth annual "Comic Relief" fundraiser to help homeless Americans.
44.
26th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1992) as Director
A broadcast of the 26th annual Country Music Association Awards.
45.
Country Music Hall of Fame 25 (1992) as Director
A special commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Included are performances by contemporary country music artists.
46.
1991 Emmy Awards (1991) as Director
A presentation of the forty-third annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
47.
George Burns' 95th Birthday Party (1991) as Director
A special commemorating George Burns' 95th birthday.
48.
45th Annual Tony Awards, The (1991) as Director
A live presentation of the 1991 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
49.
25th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1991) as Director
A live broadcast of the 25th Annual Country Music Association Awards.
50.
Steven Wright: Wicker Chairs & Gravity (1990) as Director
A comedy special starring Steven Wright before an audience in Toronto's Winter Garden Theatre.
51.
32nd Annual Grammy Awards, The (1990) as Director
Coverage of the 32nd Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry. Broadcast live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
52.
120th Edition of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus (1990) as Director
Tenth annual special highlighting the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, otherwise known as "the greatest show on Earth."
53.
Grammy Legends Show (1990) as Director
Honoring Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin, Billy Joel and Quincy Jones, who were chosen by the Board of Trustees of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences as 1990's Grammy Living Legends.
54.
Comic Relief IV (1990) as Director
The fourth annual "Comic Relief" fundraiser to help homeless Americans. The five-hour presentation is broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York.
55.
24th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1990) as Director
Live broadcast of the 24th Annual Country Music Association Awards.
56.
42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation (1990) as Director
Live telecast of the forty-second annual prime time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
57.
Dolly Parton: Christmas at Home (1990) as Director
A Christmas special starring Dolly Parton from her home in Sevierville, Tennessee, where the singer/actress joins her family and friends for a holiday get-together.
58.
44th Annual Tony Awards, The (1990) as Director
A live presentation of the 1990 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
59.
43rd Annual Tony Awards, The (1989) as Director
Live broadcast of the 43rd Annual Tony Awards, presented by the American Theatre Wing and the League of American Theatres and Producers, honoring excellence in theater.
60.
23rd Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1989) as Director
Live broadcast of the 23rd Annual Country Music Association Awards, hosted by Anne Murray and Kenny Rogers, from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
61.
Grammy Living Legends (1989) as Director
A special honoring four contemporary artists from the music industry (Liza Minnelli, Andrew Lloyd Weber, Willie Nelson, Smokey Robinson) as chosen by the Board of Trustees of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS).
62.
Mutiny Has Just Begun: Robert Townsend & His Partners in Crime III, The (1989) as Director
A variety special featuring comedian Robert Townsend and his guests performing music, dance, and stand-up comedy. Scripted film segments and audience participation are also included.
63.
Playing the Nutroll: Robert Townsend & His Partners in Crime IV (1989) as Director
The fourth "HBO Comedy Hour" starring Robert Townsend and guest standup comedians, singers, and musicians.
64.
41st Annual Emmy Awards, The (1989) as Director
Live telecast of the 41st annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
65.
Paris '89 (1989) as Director
A special covering parts of the entertainment extravaganza staged in celebration of the bicentennial of the French Revolution and the centennial of the Eiffel Tower.
66.
Comic Relief III (1989) as Director
A broadcast of the third Comic Relief benefit to raise funds and awareness to help the homeless. Broadcast live from the Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles. As in the two previous benefits, a toll-free 800 number will be provided on screen for viewers to call in and pledge contributions.
67.
All-Star Tribute to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1989) as Director
A special paying tribute to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who is leaving professional basketball after 20 seasons and an unprecedented four NBA championships to pursue a career in entertainment. The special includes comedy skits, original musical numbers, and film clips highlighting Abdul-Jabar's career.
68.
31st Annual Grammy Awards, The (1989) as Director
Live coverage of the 31st Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the recording industry.
69.
Presidential Inaugural Gala, The (1989) as Director
A live broadcast of President-elect George Bush's Inaugural Gala from the Washington, D.C. Convention Center, featuring performers from all fields of American entertainment.
70.
All-Star Toast to the Improv, An (1988) as Director
Top comics toast the place where they got their start in this live broadcast from the Improv, Budd Friedman's Los Angeles comedy club.
71.
Irving Berlin's 100th Birthday Celebration (1988) as Director
A two-hour presentation taped at Carnegie Hall in New York on May 11, 1988, featuring celebrities from all forms of American entertainment and the performing arts in a tribute to America's legendary songwriter, Irving Berlin, in honor of his one-hundredth birthday.
72.
Rodney Dangerfield: Nothin' Goes Right (1988) as Director
An "On Location" presentation featuring comedian Rodney Dangerfield in an uncensored hour of sketch and stand-up comedy. Taped in December, 1987 at Dangerfield's in New York City, the program also features up-and-coming comics.
73.
Take No Prisoners: Robert Townsend & His Partners in Crime II (1988) as Director
A comedy special featuring Robert Townsend in stand-up routines, as well as music, film clips, and special guest stars.
74.
42nd Annual Tony Awards, The (1988) as Director
Live broadcast from the Minskoff Theatre in New York City of the 42nd annual presentation of the Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Scenes from works nominated in the Best Play category are enacted, including "A Walk in the Woods," "Joe Turner's Come and
75.
22nd Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1988) as Director
Live broadcast of the annual Country Music Association Awards from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee.
76.
30th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1988) as Director
Live coverage of the 30th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music recording industry. Broadcast from New York's Radio City Music Hall.
77.
Bowzer's Rock 'n Roll Party (1988) as Director
A New Year's Eve telecast from Caesar's Palace in Atlantic City featuring top rock 'n roll acts from the '50s and '60s. Also included are live cut-ins from New York City's Times Square.
78.
Country Music Celebration: The 30th Anniversary of the Country Music Assocation, A (1988) as Director
A two-hour music special celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Country Music Association. The program includes special segments which celebrate the role of women in country music, explore the roots of country, pay tribute to the legends of country music, examine the phenomenon of country music "c
79.
It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown (1988) as Director
A Charlie Brown special with animated characters interacting wth live actors, and telling the story of Snoopy's desert-dwelling animated brother Spike's bittersweet brief encounter with a real, live young woman.
80.
Hope News Network (1988) as Director
A special in which comedian Bob Hope challenges broadcasting mogul Ted Turner by launching his own cable news network, HNN (Hope News Network), poking fun at TV news programs and famous anchors.
81.
Evening With Sammy Davis Jr. and Jerry Lewis, An (1988) as Director
A special taped at Bally's Casino Resort in Las Vegas in October 1988, presenting Sammy Davis, Jr. and Jerry Lewis performing individually and together.
82.
Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary: It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (1988) as Director
A live, four-hour concert special celebrating the 40th anniversary of Atlantic Records. Intercut throughout the show are highlights from earlier performances of rock and roll greats as well as archival footage from the Atlantic vaults.
83.
CBS' HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICA (1987) as Segment Director (Waldorf Astoria)
The ninth annual "CBS' Happy New Year America," a musical countdown to 1988. The program is broadcast live from the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, and Times Square, both in New York City. Also included are taped segments from Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
84.
Welcome Home (1987) as Director
A live concert in Washington, D.C. held on July 4th, in tribute to Vietnam vets and organized by "Welcome Home," an organization that aids and supports Vietnam vets.
85.
13th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1987) as Director
Dick Van Dyke hosts the live telecast of the ceremony from Santa Monica, California, honoring winners in 21 categories. A special Gallup Poll determined the three top vote-getters in each category, and the public voted for anyone and was not restricted to a pre-determined list.
86.
39th Annual Emmy Awards, The (1987) as Director
A live telecast from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in California, of the Primetime Emmy Awards, honoring achievment in television. For the first time in Emmy history, the telecast does not air on one of the three major networks and this is the first of three consecutive annual telecast of the Emmy A
87.
29th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1987) as Director
A live broadcast of the twenty-ninth annual Grammy Awards ceremony from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
88.
21st Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1987) as Director
A live special, broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee, of the presentation of the Country Music Association Awards. The 21st annual awards ceremony marks the 16th consecutive broadcast on CBS. Included is a video montage of the awards nominees and their songs, live perfor
89.
1st Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1987) as Director
The first live broadcast of this new awards show dedicated to comedy in all its forms. Besides the 14 category awards, Norman Lear is the recipient of the first annual American Comedy Award for a lifetime creative contribution to the field of comedy, and three Lifetime Achievement Awards to perform
90.
Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Show (1987) as Director
An awards special in which the Lifetime Achievement Award winners of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) are honored. The music of George and Ira Gershwin are featured (both of whom were awarded trophies posthumously in 1986).
91.
Bob Hope's Tropical Comedy Special From Tahiti (1987) as Director
Bob Hope hosts his first special of 1987 from the islands of Tahiti and Moorea in the South Pacific. The program includes musical and comedy routines, and Bob Hope's monologue performed from the deck of a cruise ship.
92.
Andy Williams and the NBC Kids: Easter in Rome (1987) as Director
Andy Williams hosts this musical Easter special, taped on location in Rome. Besides musical numbers, the special features a tour of some of the sights of the eternal city, and a segment at the Vatican with Pope John Paul II.
93.
Evening with Alan King at Carnegie Hall, An (1987) as Director
In his second HBO solo comedy special, comic Alan King brings his humorous everyday insights and biting topical wit to the stage of Carnegie Hall in an uncensored stand-up performance. An "On Location" presentation.
94.
Comic Relief II (1987) as Director
A live comedy benefit for the homeless held at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. HBO telecast the first benefit in 1986. A toll-free 800 telephone number was displayed onscreen for viewer contributions to relieve the plight of the homeless in 23 cities nationwide.
95.
Sam Kinison (1987) as Director
Controversial comedian Sam Kinison delivers his monologue in a special taped at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, and broadcast as a segment of HBO's "On Location" series.
96.
41st Annual Tony Awards, The (1987) as Director
The forty-first annual presentation of the American Theatre Wing's Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Broadcast live from the Mark Hellinger Theatre In New York City, the program is the first presentation of the Tonys under the aegis of the Tony Awards P
97.
Liberty Weekend (1986) as Director
ABC's extensive coverage of "Liberty Weekend" includes over 17 hours of scheduled telecasting, beginning on July 2, 1986, with a "Liberty Weekend Preview" and ending on July 6, with the closing ceremonies from Giants Stadium in New Jersey. Other major events in the marathon coverage include the Open
98.
Rodney Dangerfield: It's Not Easy Bein' Me (1986) as Director
Rodney Dangerfield appears in sketch and stand-up comedy in a show taped at his own club in New York City. Dangerfield is joined by up-and-coming comics Jeff Altman, Roseanne, Sam Kinison, Bob Nelson, Jerry Seinfeld, and Robert Townsend.
99.
Young Comedians All-Star Reunion, The (1986) as Director
A comedy special celebrating the tenth anniversary of HBO's "Young Comedians" showcase which launches new comics. Five established comics each performs his own material from a club where he got his start, and then introduces a personally chosen up-and-coming talent.
100.
60th Anniversary of the Grand Ole Opry, The (1986) as Director
A special taped at Nashville's fabled Grand Ole Opry celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of that Mecca of country-western music.
101.
28th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1986) as Director
Celebrity performers and presenters participate in a three-hour live special, originating from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, during which the winners of the Grammys, the recording industry's highest honor, are announced.
102.
George Burns' 90th Birthday Special (1986) as Director
A variety special celebrating comedian George Burns' ninetieth birthday. The event includes appearances by many celebrities in person and on pre-taped sequences.
103.
Christmas at Radio City Music Hall (1986) as Director
Highlights of Radio City Music Hall's annual Christmas extravaganza, with new musical selections and ice skating.
104.
12th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1986) as Director
An awards ceremony honoring America's favorite performers in the fields of television, motion pictures, and music hosted by John Denver.
105.
20th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1986) as Director
A live telecast from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee, of the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards.
106.
CBS' HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICA (1985) as Segment Director (Plaza Hotel)
A musical celebration of New Year's Eve at the Plaza Hotel and Times Square in New York, Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth, and Walt Disney World in Florida. Al Jarreau hosts, with Kermit the Frog reporting from Times Square.
107.
Rodney Dangerfield Hosts the 9th Annual Young Comedians Special (1985) as Director
Taped at his nightclub in New York City, Rodney Dangerfield performs and acts as host while he introduces several young comedians who are given the opportunity to perform.
108.
Bob Hope Buys NBC? (1985) as Director
Bob puts together a telethon to raise funds to buy NBC, his adopted network, in this hour-long variety special of music, dance, and comedy.
109.
CBS' HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICA (1985) as Director (Waldorf Astoria Segment)
Gladys Knight and the Pips host the eighth annual New Year celebration, broadcast live from the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York and from Walt Disney World.
110.
People's Choice Awards, The (1985) as Director
The eleventh annual presentation of the People's Choice Awards.
111.
Steven Wright (1985) as Director
Fast-rising comedian Steven Wright brings his offbeat observations and low-key humor to HBO in an "On Location" presentation. Taped at Wolfgang's in San Francisco, the one-hour special presents his entire club act on TV for the first time.
112.
19th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1985) as Director
A live presentation of the "19th Annual Country Music Association Awards" from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee.
113.
CBS' HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICA (1984) as Segment Director (Plaza Hotel)
A musical celebration of New Year's Eve, 1984.
114.
18th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1984) as Director
The 18th annual awards presentation honoring country and western artists.
115.
Circus of the Stars (1984) as Director
A special in which celebrities perform circus acts. This is the ninth "Circus of the Stars" special.
116.
People's Choice Awards, The (1984) as Director
The annual presentation of the People's Choice Awards, voted upon by the general public.
117.
CBS' HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICA (1983) as Segment Director (Plaza Hotel)
A musical celebration of New Year's Eve 1983 broadcast from various locales throughout the U.S.
118.
George Burns Celebrates 80 Years in Show Business (1983) as Director
A star-studded salute to George Burns on his eightieth year in show business.
119.
Mac Davis Special: The Music of Christmas (1983) as Director
A holiday special mixing traditional hymns and carols with gospel and pop tunes.
120.
Roy Acuff -- 50 Years the King of Country Music (1982) as Director
A salute to Country Music Hall of Famer Roy Acuff, including recollections, film clips, and songs.
121.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1982) as Director
An hour of magic and illusion hosted by Doug Henning.
122.
Rodney Dangerfield Show: It's Not Easy Bein' Me, The (1982) as Director
A variety special hosted by comedian Rodney Dangerfield, featuring music, songs, and comedy sketches.
123.
George Burns and Other Sex Symbols (1982) as Director
George Burns hosts this humorous look at America's love affair with love.
124.
Magic With the Stars (1982) as Director
Hollywood celebrities assist magicians in a program of magic and illusion. Also included are film clips of performances by Harry Houdini, German illusionist Kalanag, Orson Welles, and comedian Buster Keaton.
125.
Sinatra: Concert For the Americas (1982) as Director
A concert to inaugurate the Altos de Chavon Amphitheater in the Dominican Republic.
126.
Doug Henning: Magic on Broadway (1982) as Director
An hour of illusions by Doug Henning, the "Master of Magic."
127.
100 Years of Golden Hits (1981) as Director
An all-star cast salutes the recording industry in a program taped in 1978. The program focuses on the invention of the phonograph in 1877, and how music has progressed over the past 100 years.
128.
Fifty Years of Country Music (1981) as Director
A salute to country and western music featuring some of the top performers in the industry.
129.
Osmond Family Thanksgiving Special, The (1981) as Director
A Thanksgiving celebration with the Osmond family.
130.
Johnny Cash and the Country Girls (1981) as Director
Performances by the outstanding country and western female artists. Taped at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
131.
Mac Davis Christmas Special, The (1981) as Director
A musical celebration of Christmas hosted by Mac Davis.
132.
John Denver: Music and the Mountains (1981) as Director
A musical hour taped in Aspen, Colorado, featuring singer/songwriter John Denver and classical music performers.
133.
Country Comes Home (1981) as Director
Performances by country and western entertainers.
134.
George Burns in Nashville? (1981) as Director
Music and comedy with George Burns at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
135.
Bowzer (1981) as Director
The story, set in the shabby night club, Chez Bowzer, follows the misadventures of Bowzer J. Bowzer, the owner, as he struggles to keep his establishment operating--despite rotten food, awful entertainment, and long overdue bills. In the pilot episode, Bowzer seeks to raise the rent money by conning
136.
George Burns' Early, Early, Early, Christmas Show (1981) as Director
An early Christmas show of music, songs, and comedy sketches.
137.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1981) as Director
An hour of magic and illusion starring Doug Henning.
138.
All Commercials -- A Steve Martin Special (1980) as Director
A comedy special hosted by Steve Martin which uses sketches and blackouts to spoof television commercials.
139.
Osmond Family Christmas Special, The (1980) as Director
A Yuletide celebration with the Osmond family.
140.
Johnny Cash: The First 25 Years (1980) as Director
A musical salute to Johnny Cash on the anniversary of his 25th year in show business.
141.
Johnny Cash Christmas, A (1980) as Director
A holiday program of songs and music hosted by Johnny Cash.
142.
When the West Was Fun: a Western Reunion (1979) as Director
The program salutes the golden age of television westerns.
143.
Donny and Marie Christmas Special, The (1979) as Director
A Christmas celebration with Donny and Marie Osmond.
144.
Johnny Cash Christmas, A (1979) as Director
A Christmas celebration with Johnny Cash and his family.
145.
Johnny Cash Spring Special, The (1979) as Director
An hour of music and songs with country artist Johnny Cash.
146.
Johnny Cash: Spring Fever (1978) as Director
A musical salute to Spring.
147.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1977) as Director
An hour of magic and illusion starring Doug Henning.
148.
Country Music Hit Parade (1977) as Director
The top 20 country and western songs are performed by the artists who made them popular.
149.
John Denver: Thank God I'm a Country Boy (1977) as Director
A musical-variety special highlighting the country music background of folk singer/songwriter John Denver.
150.
Johnny Cash Christmas Special, The (1977) as Director
A Christmas celebration of country music from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
151.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1976) as Director
An hour of magic and illusions starring Doug Henning.
152.
Johnny Cash Christmas Special, The (1976) as Director
A holiday program of country music from the Cash family estate in Tennessee.
153.
World of Magic, The (1975) as Director
An hour of magic and illusion.
154.
Country Music Hit Parade (1975) as Director
Music and songs from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
155.
Rich Little Show, The (1975) as Director
An hour of comic impersonations with impressionist Rich Little.
156.
Cos: The Bill Cosby Comedy Special (1975) as Director
Music and comedy skteches.
157.
Can I Save My Children? (1974) as Director
Enroute to spend a holiday with an old friend, recently divorced Diana Hansen and her children are stranded in the wilderness when their small plane crashes. The story relates their struggle for survival as they attempt to reach civilization.
158.
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1973) as Director
An adaptation of the off-Broadway musical in which the Peanuts gang philosophizes on everything from Charlie Brown's less-than successful baseball team to Snoopy's endless antics. Based on the characters created by Charles Schulz.
159.
Country Music Hit Parade (1973) as Director
An hour of country and western music.
160.
I Believe in Music (1973) as Director
An hour of country and western music with singer Mac Davis and friends.
161.
Jack Lemmon in 'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous, 'S Gershwin (1972) as Director
A musical tribute to the songwriting team of George and Ira Gershwin.
162.
George M! (1970) as Director
An adaptation of the 1968 Broadway musical about the life and music of composer George M. Cohan, Broadway's own "Yankee Doodle Dandy." While adapted from the stage show, the program is actually a rehearsal for "George M!" with the actors apprearing as themselves as well as the characters they portra
163.
And Debbie Makes Six (1967) as Director
An hour of music, songs, and comedy sketches.
164.
Belle of 14th Street, The (1967) as Director
The program recreates the music and comedy of vaudeville at the turn of the century.

Cast (special)

165.
Jules Verne (1995)
Documentary profile of 19th-century science-fiction writer Jules Verne.

Writer (special)

166.
120th Edition of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus (1990) as Writer
Tenth annual special highlighting the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, otherwise known as "the greatest show on Earth."
167.
Osmond Family Thanksgiving Special, The (1981) as Writer
A Thanksgiving celebration with the Osmond family.
168.
Bowzer (1981) as Writer
The story, set in the shabby night club, Chez Bowzer, follows the misadventures of Bowzer J. Bowzer, the owner, as he struggles to keep his establishment operating--despite rotten food, awful entertainment, and long overdue bills. In the pilot episode, Bowzer seeks to raise the rent money by conning
169.
Osmond Family Christmas Special, The (1980) as Writer
A Yuletide celebration with the Osmond family.

Producer (special)

170.
30th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (2004) as Executive Producer
Coverage of the 30th Annual People's Choice Awards honoring people's favorites in television, movies, and music.
171.
46th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2004) as Producer
Live coverage of this annual event celebrating top honors in music.
172.
29th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (2003) as Executive Producer
Coverage of the 29th annual People's Choice Awards presentation, fans are honoring America's favorites in the fields of television, motion pictures and music.
173.
37th Annual CMA Awards, The (2003) as Producer
Live presentation of the 37th Annual CMA Awards from the Grand Ole Opry.
174.
45th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2003) as Producer
Live coverage of this annual event celebrating top honors in music features performances by John Mayer, Norah Jones, Avril Lavigne, Bruce Sprinsteen and the E Street Band, No Doubt, Eminem, Coldplay and Faith Hill.
175.
4th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, The (2003) as Producer
Presentation of the fourth annual Latin Grammy Awards celebration honoring the best in Latin music from the American Airlines Arena in Miami.
176.
28th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (2002) as Executive Producer
Coverage of the 28th annual People's Choice Awards presentation, honoring America's favorites in the fields of television, motion pictures and music.
177.
44th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2002) as Producer
Coverage of the 44th annual Grammy Awards presentation, the recording industry's highest honors.
178.
179.
36th Annual CMA Awards, The (2002) as Producer
The Academy of Country Music hands out their greatest accolades live from the Grand Ole Opry during the 36th annual awards show hosted by Vince Gill.
180.
27th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (2001) as Executive Producer
Live coverage of the 27th annual People's Choice Awards presentation from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California, honoring America's favorites in the fields of television, motion pictures and music.
181.
NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT (2001) as Producer
A musical tribute to the World War II generation, the 60th anniversary of Pearl Harbor and a 10th anniversary salute to the veterans of Desert Storm. The concert also honors former P.O.W.s of the Korean War and those who served in Vietnam.
182.
35th Annual CMA Awards, The (2001) as Producer
Coverage of the 35th annual CMA Awards presentation from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
183.
CAPITOL FOURTH, A (2001) as Producer
A musical celebration of Independence Day from the West Lawn of the Capitol Building in Washington DC.
184.
43rd Annual Grammy Awards, The (2001) as Producer
Live coverage of the 43rd annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
185.
54TH ANNUAL TONY AWARDS, THE (2000) as Executive Producer
Live coverage of the 54th annual Tony Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York.
186.
26th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (2000) as Executive Producer
Live coverage of the 26th annual People's Choice Awards presentation from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.
187.
Grand Ole Opry 75th -- A Celebration (2000) as Executive Producer
A celebration of the 75th anniversary of Opryland, the home of country music. The program features performances by music legends and country's newest stars.
188.
Grand Ole Opry 75th -- A Celebration (2000) as Producer
A celebration of the 75th anniversary of Opryland, the home of country music. The program features performances by music legends and country's newest stars.
189.
1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards, The (2000) as Producer
Presentation of the first annual Latin Grammy Awards celebration honoring the best in Latin music from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Awards are presented in 40 key categories covering many genres and sub-genres of Latin music.
190.
NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT (2000) as Senior Producer
A musical tribute to those who served in World War I and II, Korea, Vietnam and Desert Storm from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
191.
34th Annual CMA Awards, The (2000) as Producer
Live telecast of the 34th annual Country Music Association (CMA) awards from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. CMA Awards are presented to the Male Vocalist of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year and Vocal Duo and Group of the Year, Song of the Year, Album of the Year and Entertainer of the Year. A
192.
Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years! (2000) as Producer
Special featuring highlights from past "Peanuts" shows, new animation and interaction between real people and members of the "Peanuts" gang, including Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus and Lucy. The tribute consists of six acts covering recurring themes in the world of Charlie Brown: "Love," "Sports," "S
193.
42nd Annual Grammy Awards, The (2000) as Producer
Live coverage of the 42nd annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
194.
Capitol Fourth 2000, A (2000) as Senior Producer
Live coverage of a celebration of the Fourth of July from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington DC.
195.
53rd Annual Tony Awards, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Live coverage of the 53rd annual Tony Awards presentation from the Gershwin Theater in New York City.
196.
25th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Presentation of the 25th annual People's Choice Awards, honoring the popular favorites in 18 categories of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a national survey conducted by The Gallup Organization. In honor of the Awards' Silver Anniversary, three new awards are spotlighted: All
197.
Rosie Christmas, A (1999) as Executive Producer
Holiday music special hosted by Rosie O'Donnell from the Longacre Theatre in New York City.
198.
CAPITOL FOURTH -- 1999, A (1999) as Senior Producer
Live coverage of the annual Independence Day celebration from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. The National Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Erich Kunzel, performs the music of Duke Ellington, celebrating the 100th anniversary of his birth. Also, the U.S. Army Fife & Drum Corps salute George W
199.
33rd Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1999) as Producer
Live coverage of the 33rd annual Country Music Association Awards presentation from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
200.
1999 Grammy Awards (1999) as Producer
Live coverage of the 41st annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Highlights include a celebrity tribute to Duke Ellington led by Wynton Marsalis.
201.
NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT (1999) as Senior Producer
Guest artists perform with the National Symphony Orchestra under the direction of conductor Erich Kunzel live from the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building.
202.
52nd Annual Tony Awards, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Live presentation of the 52nd annual Tony Awards honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Awards include Best Play, Musical, Leading Actor (Play, Musical), Leading Actress (Play, Musical), Featured Actor (Play, Musical), Featured Actress (Play, Musical), and Revival.
203.
24th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Live presentation of the 24th annual People's Choice Awards, honoring entertainers in the field of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
204.
32nd Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1998) as Producer
Live presentation of the 32nd Annual Country Music Association Awards from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee.
205.
CMA 40th: A Celebration (1998) as Producer
Special celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Country Music Association.
206.
40th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1998) as Producer
Live presentation of the 40th annual Grammy Awards, honoring excellence in music.
207.
NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT (1998) as Senior Producer
Annual Memorial Day tribute dedicated to American soldiers who gave their lives for freedom. Features guest artists in performance with the National Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Erich Kunzel, live from the West Lawn of the Capitol building.
208.
CAPITOL FOURTH -- 1998, A (1998) as Senior Producer
Live presentation of a concert celebrating Independence Day from the lawn of the United States Capitol in Washington DC. Features the National Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Erich Kunzel. Includes a tribute to composer George Gershwin on the 100th anniversary of his birth in Brooklyn.
209.
51st Annual Tony Awards, The (1997) as Producer
Live presentation of the 51st Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Also included are celebrity arrivals at Radio City Music Hall.
210.
CAPITOL FOURTH -- 1997, A (1997) as Senior Producer
Telecast of the annual Fourth of July concert from the grounds of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. The centerpiece of this concert is the 40th anniversary celebration of Leonard Bernstein's "West Side Story."
211.
39th Grammy Awards (1997) as Producer
Live presentation of the 39th annual Grammy Awards from Madison Square Garden, New York.
212.
31st Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1997) as Producer
Live presentation of the 31st annual Country Music Association Awards.
213.
Grand Ole Opry Musical Salute to Minnie Pearl (1996) as Producer
A tribute to the late Minnie Pearl featuring country music stars performing at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry House.
214.
30th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1996) as Producer
Live presentation of the 30th Annual Country Music Association Awards.
215.
CAPITOL FOURTH -- 1996, A (1996) as Senior Producer
Fourth of July concert from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. Includes a salute to George and Ira Gershwin.
216.
50th Annual Tony Awards, The (1996) as Producer
Live presentation of the 50th Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. The special includes a salute to Tony's Golden Anniversary spotlighting historic moments from previous Tony broadcasts.
217.
1996 Grammy Awards (1996) as Producer
Live presentation of the 38th annual Grammy Awards.
218.
29th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1995) as Producer
Live presentation of the 29th Annual Country Music Association Awards.
219.
1995 Grammy Awards (1995) as Producer
Live presentation of the 37th Annual Grammy Awards, honoring excellence in music.
220.
49th Annual Tony Awards, The (1995) as Producer
Live presentation of the 49th Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater.
221.
CAPITOL FOURTH -- 1995, A (1995) as Senior Producer
Live presentation of the annual Independence Day concert from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
222.
48th Annual Tony Awards, The (1994) as Producer
A live presentation of the annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the theater.
223.
28th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1994) as Producer
Live telecast from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, of the 1994 Country Music Association (CMA) Awards.
224.
36th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1994) as Producer
A presentation of the "36th Annual Grammy Awards" live from Radio City Music Hall in New York.
225.
Kathie Lee... Looking For Christmas (1994) as Producer
Holiday variety special with singer/talk-show host Kathie Lee Gifford, at her home and various locations in New York City.
226.
CAPITOL FOURTH, A (1994) as Senior Producer
Fifteenth annual Fourth of July concert broadcast live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
227.
NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT (1993) as Senior Producer
A special broadcast live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol commemorating the men and women of the Armed Forces through musical and spoken tributes.
228.
27th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1993) as Producer
A presentation of the 27th Annual Country Music Association Awards honoring outstanding achievement in country music.
229.
CAPITOL FOURTH -- 1993, A (1993) as Senior Producer
1993 Independence Day concert telecast live from the lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
230.
Country Music Celebration, A (1993) as Producer
A musical tribute to the Country Music Association (CMA) on the occasion of its 35th anniversary.
231.
Tribute to Sam Kinison, A (1993) as Producer
A tribute to the late stand-up comic Sam Kinison.
232.
35th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1993) as Producer
Live coverage of the 35th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music recording industry. Broadcast from Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium.
233.
1991 Grammy Awards (1993) as Producer
Live coverage of the 33rd Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry.
234.
44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (1992) as Executive Producer
A live presentation of the 44th annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
235.
CAPITOL FOURTH -- 1992, A (1992) as Senior Producer
A broadcast of the 13th annual Fourth of July concert from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
236.
Super Bowl Saturday Night (1992) as Producer
Live coverage of the National Football League's post-season awards, hosted by Burt Reynolds.
237.
1992 Grammy Awards (1992) as Producer
Live coverage of the 34th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry.
238.
26th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1992) as Producer
A broadcast of the 26th annual Country Music Association Awards.
239.
NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT, THE (1992) as Senior Producer
Third annual National Memorial Day Concert broadcast live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, commemorating the 50th anniversary of World War II. Includes music from the 1940s and dramatic readings to honor those who served in World War II.
240.
44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (1992) as Producer
A live presentation of the 44th annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
241.
46th Annual Tony Awards, The (1992) as Producer
A live presentation of the 1992 Antoinette Perry (Tony) Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
242.
Country Music Hall of Fame 25 (1992) as Producer
A special commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Included are performances by contemporary country music artists.
243.
George Burns' 95th Birthday Party (1991) as Producer
A special commemorating George Burns' 95th birthday.
244.
45th Annual Tony Awards, The (1991) as Producer
A live presentation of the 1991 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
245.
CAPITOL FOURTH -- 1991, A (1991) as Producer
A live broadcast of the 12th annual Fourth of July concert from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. This year's celebration also commemorates singer Tony Bennett's 40th year in show business.
246.
1991 Emmy Awards (1991) as Producer
A presentation of the forty-third annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
247.
44th Annual Tony Awards, The (1990) as Co-Producer
A live presentation of the 1990 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
248.
42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation (1990) as Co-Producer
Live telecast of the forty-second annual prime time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
249.
Steven Wright: Wicker Chairs & Gravity (1990) as Producer
A comedy special starring Steven Wright before an audience in Toronto's Winter Garden Theatre.
250.
Grammy Legends Show (1990) as Producer
Honoring Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin, Billy Joel and Quincy Jones, who were chosen by the Board of Trustees of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences as 1990's Grammy Living Legends.
251.
Dolly Parton: Christmas at Home (1990) as Producer
A Christmas special starring Dolly Parton from her home in Sevierville, Tennessee, where the singer/actress joins her family and friends for a holiday get-together.
252.
120th Edition of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus (1990) as Producer
Tenth annual special highlighting the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, otherwise known as "the greatest show on Earth."
253.
32nd Annual Grammy Awards, The (1990) as Producer
Coverage of the 32nd Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry. Broadcast live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
254.
All-Star Tribute to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1989) as Co-Producer
A special paying tribute to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who is leaving professional basketball after 20 seasons and an unprecedented four NBA championships to pursue a career in entertainment. The special includes comedy skits, original musical numbers, and film clips highlighting Abdul-Jabar's career.
255.
31st Annual Grammy Awards, The (1989) as Producer
Live coverage of the 31st Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the recording industry.
256.
Grammy Living Legends (1989) as Producer
A special honoring four contemporary artists from the music industry (Liza Minnelli, Andrew Lloyd Weber, Willie Nelson, Smokey Robinson) as chosen by the Board of Trustees of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS).
257.
Bowzer's Rock 'n Roll Party (1988) as Producer
A New Year's Eve telecast from Caesar's Palace in Atlantic City featuring top rock 'n roll acts from the '50s and '60s. Also included are live cut-ins from New York City's Times Square.
258.
CBS' HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICA (1987) as Segment Producer (Waldorf Astoria)
The ninth annual "CBS' Happy New Year America," a musical countdown to 1988. The program is broadcast live from the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, and Times Square, both in New York City. Also included are taped segments from Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
259.
1st Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1987) as Producer
The first live broadcast of this new awards show dedicated to comedy in all its forms. Besides the 14 category awards, Norman Lear is the recipient of the first annual American Comedy Award for a lifetime creative contribution to the field of comedy, and three Lifetime Achievement Awards to perform
260.
Christmas at Radio City Music Hall (1986) as Producer
Highlights of Radio City Music Hall's annual Christmas extravaganza, with new musical selections and ice skating.
261.
Liberty Weekend (1986) as Producer
ABC's extensive coverage of "Liberty Weekend" includes over 17 hours of scheduled telecasting, beginning on July 2, 1986, with a "Liberty Weekend Preview" and ending on July 6, with the closing ceremonies from Giants Stadium in New Jersey. Other major events in the marathon coverage include the Open
262.
George Burns' 90th Birthday Special (1986) as Producer
A variety special celebrating comedian George Burns' ninetieth birthday. The event includes appearances by many celebrities in person and on pre-taped sequences.
263.
Walt Disney World's Happy Easter Parade (1985) as Executive Producer
A celebration of Spring with a broadcast of the Easter Parade at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
264.
CBS' HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICA (1985) as Producer (Waldorf Astoria Segment)
Gladys Knight and the Pips host the eighth annual New Year celebration, broadcast live from the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York and from Walt Disney World.
265.
George Burns' How to Live to Be 100 (1984) as Executive Producer
An hour of music and comedy with George Burns.
266.
George Burns Celebrates 80 Years in Show Business (1983) as Executive Producer
A star-studded salute to George Burns on his eightieth year in show business.
267.
Doug Henning: Magic on Broadway (1982) as Producer
An hour of illusions by Doug Henning, the "Master of Magic."
268.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1982) as Producer
An hour of magic and illusion hosted by Doug Henning.
269.
George Burns and Other Sex Symbols (1982) as Producer
George Burns hosts this humorous look at America's love affair with love.
270.
Osmond Family Thanksgiving Special, The (1981) as Producer
A Thanksgiving celebration with the Osmond family.
271.
Bowzer (1981) as Producer
The story, set in the shabby night club, Chez Bowzer, follows the misadventures of Bowzer J. Bowzer, the owner, as he struggles to keep his establishment operating--despite rotten food, awful entertainment, and long overdue bills. In the pilot episode, Bowzer seeks to raise the rent money by conning
272.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1981) as Producer
An hour of magic and illusion starring Doug Henning.
273.
George Burns' Early, Early, Early, Christmas Show (1981) as Producer
An early Christmas show of music, songs, and comedy sketches.
274.
100 Years of Golden Hits (1981) as Producer
An all-star cast salutes the recording industry in a program taped in 1978. The program focuses on the invention of the phonograph in 1877, and how music has progressed over the past 100 years.
275.
George Burns in Nashville? (1981) as Producer
Music and comedy with George Burns at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
276.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1980) as Producer
An hour of magic and illusion starring Doug Henning.
277.
Osmond Family Christmas Special, The (1980) as Producer
A Yuletide celebration with the Osmond family.
278.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1977) as Producer
An hour of magic and illusion starring Doug Henning.
279.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1976) as Producer
An hour of magic and illusions starring Doug Henning.
280.
Country Music Hit Parade (1973) as Producer
An hour of country and western music.
281.
Tennessee Ernie Ford's White Christmas (1972) as Producer
A country and western celebration of Christmas.

Music (special)

282.
Andy Williams and the NBC Kids: Easter in Rome (1987) as Song ("Food, Italian Style"); Song Translation ("Easter Is Here")
Andy Williams hosts this musical Easter special, taped on location in Rome. Besides musical numbers, the special features a tour of some of the sights of the eternal city, and a segment at the Vatican with Pope John Paul II.

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