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Music (feature film)

1.
High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008)
America's favorite high school students--Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay, Ryan, Chad and Taylor--hit senior year. Amidst a basketball championship, prom and a big spring musical featuring all of the Wildcats, Troy and Gabriella vow to make every moment last as their lifelong college dreams put the future
2.
Disney's Teacher's Pet (2004) as Lyrics ("A Boy Needs A Dog"); Lyrics ("A Whole Bunch Of World"); Lyrics ("Small But Mighty"); Lyrics ("I, Ivan Krank"); Lyrics ("Take The Money And Run"); Lyrics ("I'M Movin' On")
A talking dog named Spot fulfills his ultimate wish to become "a real boy" when he hooks up with a mad scientist, Dr. Ivan Krank. With the support of his family--his best friend and master, Leonard, and their mother, fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Helperman--Spot becomes a canine "guinea pig" in Krank's
3.
Disney's Teacher's Pet (2004) as Songs
A talking dog named Spot fulfills his ultimate wish to become "a real boy" when he hooks up with a mad scientist, Dr. Ivan Krank. With the support of his family--his best friend and master, Leonard, and their mother, fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Helperman--Spot becomes a canine "guinea pig" in Krank's
4.
Disney's Teacher's Pet (2004) as Music ("A Boy Needs A Dog"); Music ("A Whole Bunch Of World"); Music ("Small But Mighty"); Music ("I, Ivan Krank"); Music ("Take The Money And Run"); Music ("I'M Movin' On"); Music ("Proud To Be A Dog")
A talking dog named Spot fulfills his ultimate wish to become "a real boy" when he hooks up with a mad scientist, Dr. Ivan Krank. With the support of his family--his best friend and master, Leonard, and their mother, fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Helperman--Spot becomes a canine "guinea pig" in Krank's
5.
Hunchback of Notre Dame II, The (2002) as Lyrics ("Le Jour D'Amour")
Quasimodo, the protector of Notre Dame cathedral, continues to ring its bells, now accompanied by Zephyr, the young son of Phoebus and Esmeralda. When he spots Madellaine, the beautiful assistant of an evil magician, Sarousch, at a visiting circus, he falls in love with her instantly. As Sarousch
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Hunchback of Notre Dame II, The (2002) as Music ("Le Jour D'Amour")
Quasimodo, the protector of Notre Dame cathedral, continues to ring its bells, now accompanied by Zephyr, the young son of Phoebus and Esmeralda. When he spots Madellaine, the beautiful assistant of an evil magician, Sarousch, at a visiting circus, he falls in love with her instantly. As Sarousch
7.
Scream 3 (2000) as Song ("Automatic")
After surviving numerous attacks by knife-wielding maniacs, Sidney lays low as a telephone crisis counselor in a secluded Northern California compound. Meanwhile, a killer is on the loose on the set of horror movie "Stab 3," a film based on the brutal events of Sidney's life. As the body count rises, Sidney is eventually lured out of hiding and back to Los Angeles to help the police track down the killer.
8.
Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996) as Songs ("Welcome To The Forty Thieves" "Father And Son" "Are You In Or Out")
Aladdin must infiltrate the den of 40 thieves in order to rescue his long lost father.
9.
Return of Jafar, The (1994) as Song; Song ("I'M Looking Out For Me", "You'Re Only Second Rate")
The evil sorcerer Jafar had been safely trapped inside Aladdin's magic lamp until a stupid thief released him. Now free, Jafar begins plotting his revenge, and Aladdin and his friends must triumph over him and save the kingdom.

Art Department (feature film)

10.
Mothman Prophecies, The (2002)
When John Klein, a respected Washington Post journalist, and his wife Mary find the dream house they have been hunting for, life could hardly get better. Then on their joyful ride home the dream is shattered when Mary crashes the car and is killed. While removing Mary's possessions from the hospital, John discovers a sketchpad covered with odd drawings, variations of the same eerie apparition. John is haunted by the unsettling images. One night, while driving from Washington, John loses his way and ends up on a deserted country highway in Point Pleasant, West Virginia -- four hundred miles from where he thought he was. When John decides to stay in Point Pleasant to explore the reports of unexplained phenomena in the town, he soon realizes that they may all be related - not just to each other, but also to the strange sketches Mary had been obsessively drawing just hours before her death.

Film Production - Construction/Set (special)

11.
Television's Christmas Classics (1994) as Stage Manager
Collection of memorable Christmas moments from American television programs, as well as footage of celebrities singing Christmas carols.
12.
Legend to Legend Night (1993) as Stage Manager
A special in which celebrities pay tribute to their heroes.
13.
Word From Our Sponsor II, A (1993) as Stage Manager
Highlights humorous national and international ads and commercials.
14.
Baseball Relief: An All-Star Comedy Salute (1993) as Stage Manager
A charity event featuring baseball greats and comedians in stand-up comedy, baseball-themed sketches and music. Proceeds benefit Comic Relief's National Pediatric Care Program for Homeless Children.
15.
Great Television Moments: What We Watched (1993) as Stage Manager
A special presenting a compilation of comedy, drama and news clips from television's last four decades. Presented under the aegis of the Museum of Television & Radio.
16.
44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (1992) as Stage Manager
A live presentation of the 44th annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
17.
Word From Our Sponsor, A (1992) as Stage Manager
A special consisting of award-winning ads from the previous year, plus commercials culled from the 50,000 ads in the archives of the New York Ad Club.

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