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Cast (feature film)

1.
A Certain Smile (1958) as
Dominique, a law student at the Sorbonne, is engaged to a fellow classmate. Unfortunately, she's more attracted to his philandering Uncle Luc, who's married to the charming Francoise. Dominique and Luc begin a tawdry affair...
2.
April in Paris (1953) as Marie
A bureaucrat's mistake sends a chorus girl to Paris representing American theatre in place of a star actress.
3.
Trouble Along the Way (1953) as
A famous football coach uses underhanded means to turn a bankrupt college's team into winners.
4.
The Guy Who Came Back (1951) as Boy
Former football star Harry Joplin is down on his luck, both in his career and in his married life. He seems convinced of his own unworthiness, but a chance to play in a charity football game helps him see his life in a new light.
5.
The Well (1951) as Peter
In a racially mixed American town, a 5-year-old black girl falls unnoticed into a hidden, forgotten well on her way to school. Having nothing better to go on, the police follow up a report that the child was seen with a white stranger, and rumors run wild. Before hapless, innocent Claude Packard is even found, popular hysteria has him tried and convicted. But Packard's troubles pale by comparison as ever more inflated rumors uncap the well of racial tensions and mob violence. And young Carolyn Crawford, forgotten by most, is still missing...
6.
Northwest Territory (1951) as Billy Kellogg
7.
Fort Worth (1951) as Toby Nickerson
A retired gunfighter fears that he might have to take up his former trade when a gang of outlaws rides into town
8.
Harriet Craig (1950) as Danny Frazier
A woman's devotion to her home drives away friends and family.
9.
Perfect Strangers (1950) as Newsboy
A divorcee finds love with a married man while they both sit on a jury.

Producer (feature film)

10.
Until the Violence Stops (2004) as Executive Producer
Centering around the impact of the Vagina Monologues, this documentary follows an international movement called V-Day, a day devoted to stopping violence against women. Eight hundred cities around the world in 2002 paticipated in V-Day by staging benefit performances of The Vagina Monologues, from
11.
Warner Bros: No Guts, No Glory -- 75 Years Of Laughter (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary focusing on Warner Bros. classic comedies, including interviews and clips from many of its films.
12.
Warner Bros: No Guts, No Glory -- 75 Years Of Award Winners (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary special focusing on Warner Bros.' award winners and examining the risk-taking that brought them to the big screen.
13.
Colorado River Adventure (1995) as Executive Producer ("World Of Audubon Specials") (Tbs)
Musician James Taylor and his son Ben take a high-adventure trip through the Grand Canyon via the rapids of the Colorado River. Their guide, environmental activist Martin Litton, provides a human and natural history of the Canyon.
14.
The Good, The Bad And The Beautiful (1995) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Film clips and interviews show how female stars have helped shape the dreams Hollywood sells to movie fans.
15.
Moon Shot (1994) as Co-Executive Producer (Tbs)
A chronicle of the space race, as seen from the perspective of astronauts Alan Shepard and Deke Slayton, through archival film footage and photos and interviews with the people involved with the lunar landing.
16.
Demon Keeper (1994) as Associate Producer
Remy Grilland is a swindler who holds fake seances in order to defraud old women out of their money. When an expert on the supernatural attends one of his sessions, Remy tries to show off and accidentally summons a real spirit who turns out to be a very evil one. This demon plays upon the weaknesses

Sound (feature film)

17.
Lieberman in Love (1995) as Sound Mixer
18.
Hart to Hart: Secrets of the Hart (1995)
Husband-and-wife crime solvers Jonathan and Jennifer Hart continue their adventures in the fifth television movie based on the ABC series "Hart to Hart," which aired from 1979 to 1984. Jonathan thinks he may have discovered some long-lost family, but questions the sincerity of his newfound "relative
19.
Great Pretender, The (1991)
A television movie pilot about a disgruntled journalist who investigates a story about an accidental death and stumbles on a corrupt land deal involving people all the way up to the state house.
20.
Babe Ruth (1991)
A television movie biography of baseball great Babe Ruth.
21.
Operation, The (1990)
A gynecologist is sued for malpractice by his patient on whom he has performed a hysterectomy. The suit threatens to end his prestigious medical career. At the same time, he is in the midst of a complicated divorce from his wife, who is trying to buy him out of their successful medical practice. Eve
22.
Double Switch (1987)
A "Disney Sunday Movie" presentation about a teenage rock star and the winner of his look-alike contest who change places and discover that being someone else is not much fun. George Newbern plays the dual role of the look-alikes.
23.
Young Harry Houdini (1987)
A fictionalized account of the magical events that transformed the life of famed escape artist, Harry Houdini, when he was a youngster. After a performance, Houdini describes to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle how, at age 12, he ran away from home to join a traveling show to learn how to become a magician. U
24.
Triplecross (1986)
Three competitive private eyes -- two men and a woman, all ex-cops who apparently invested well enough to become millionaires -- vie with one another in solving a pair of complicated murders that also involve an attempted baseball playoff fix and blackmail. This displayed all the earmarks of a pilot
25.
Braker (1985)
Veteran black L.A. cop and his young white partner, investigating a murder at a music video studio, find the trail leading to the Hollywood porno trade in this busted pilot to a prospective series for Carl Weathers, who had become a star playing Apollo Creed to Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa and, after this pilot, went on to another series of his own, "Fortune Dane."
26.
Seduced (1985)
A romantic thriller involving an ambitious attorney and the old flame with whom he resumes his passionate love affair of years before, only that now she is married to a powerful millionaire whose subsequent murder complicates matters. Harrison not only starred but also was executive producer for his
27.
Transylvania 6-5000 (1985) as Sound Recording Mixer
A spoof on the "Dracula" legend.
28.
Aviator, The (1985) as Sound
In 1928 a pilot crash lands in the wilderness and must contend with his irritating female partner while they fend for themselves in a hostile environment.
29.
Joy of Sex (1984) as Sound Recording Mixer
30.
Between Two Brothers (1982)
Prominent attorney Brandon compulsively tries to make amends with his less polished brother (Harrington) who runs the family business and harbors the guilt for their father's death. Canadian actress Helen Shavers, who had starred in two short-lived American TV series, "United States" and "Jessica No
31.
Partners (1982) as Sound Recording Mixer
After a series of murders in the gay community, heterosexual police detective Benson is ordered to go undercover with homosexual police clerk Kerwin to try to solve the crimes.
32.
Inmates: A Love Story (1981)
A co-ed penitentiary is the off-beat backdrop for this romantic drama where Kate Jackson and Perry King are a pair of security inmates under the watchful eye of unorthodox superintendent Shirley Jones. Tony Curtis is another of the cons, a flamboyant small-time hood.
33.
How to Beat the High Cost of Living (1980) as Sound Recording Mixer
Flat broke and frustrated, three suburban housewives plot to rob a local shopping center.
34.
Sunday Lovers (1980) as Sound (American Segment)
In this comedy made up of four segments, a businessman tries to close a deal through the allure of his secretary only to discover that she would be more valuable as a partner. Elsewhere, a chauffeur poses as his boss in order to impress ladies. Meanwhile, a husband arranges an affair when his wife leaves town. Finally, an American psychiatric patient falls for an equally neurotic lady.
35.
Aunt Mary (1979)
The true-life drama about a handicapped Baltimore woman living on welfare who organized a sandlot baseball team and ended up coaching more than 50,000 boys and girls over nearly 40 years.
36.
Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke (1978) as Sound Recording Mixer
While two potheads are looking for primo weed, they are being followed by a team of less than efficient policemen.
37.
Battered (1978)
A drama interweaving the stories of three women of varied backgrounds and ages whose marriages are complicated by the tragedy of wife-beating.
38.
San Pedro Bums, The (1977)
In this pilot for the brief series beginning in September 1977, five rough-and-tumble pals, living on a leaky boat, try to collar a gang of waterfront toughs after a robbery in which their buddy was the victim.
39.
Snowbeast (1977)
A killer beast on the rampage terrorizes a ski resort during a winter carnival. Yvette Mimieux and Sylvia Sidney replaced Donna Mills and Gloria Swanson respectively.
40.
Law of the Land (1976)
Originally called "The Deputies," this pilot movie for a prospective series (referred to as "The Rookies on Horseback") follows a frontier lawman and his young deputies in their frantic search for a psychopath with a vendetta against prostitutes.
41.
Cactus in the Snow (1972) as Boom Operator
42.
Snowball Express (1972) as Mikeman
When John Baxter inherits a ski resort in the Rocky Mountains, he quits his job in New York and moves the family west to run it. Only to find that the place is a wreck. But together they decide to try to fix it up and run it. But Martin Ridgeway, who wants the property, does everything he can to ensure it will fail.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

43.
Babe Ruth (1991)
A television movie biography of baseball great Babe Ruth.
44.
Without Her Consent (1990)
A true story of a young woman who is violently assaulted by a new acquaintance and whose fiance takes the law into his own hands.
45.
Young Harry Houdini (1987)
A fictionalized account of the magical events that transformed the life of famed escape artist, Harry Houdini, when he was a youngster. After a performance, Houdini describes to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle how, at age 12, he ran away from home to join a traveling show to learn how to become a magician. U
46.
Aviator, The (1985)
In 1928 a pilot crash lands in the wilderness and must contend with his irritating female partner while they fend for themselves in a hostile environment.
47.
Transylvania 6-5000 (1985)
A spoof on the "Dracula" legend.
48.
Joy of Sex (1984)
49.
Between Two Brothers (1982)
Prominent attorney Brandon compulsively tries to make amends with his less polished brother (Harrington) who runs the family business and harbors the guilt for their father's death. Canadian actress Helen Shavers, who had starred in two short-lived American TV series, "United States" and "Jessica No
50.
Partners (1982)
After a series of murders in the gay community, heterosexual police detective Benson is ordered to go undercover with homosexual police clerk Kerwin to try to solve the crimes.
51.
Inmates: A Love Story (1981)
A co-ed penitentiary is the off-beat backdrop for this romantic drama where Kate Jackson and Perry King are a pair of security inmates under the watchful eye of unorthodox superintendent Shirley Jones. Tony Curtis is another of the cons, a flamboyant small-time hood.
52.
Sunday Lovers (1980)
In this comedy made up of four segments, a businessman tries to close a deal through the allure of his secretary only to discover that she would be more valuable as a partner. Elsewhere, a chauffeur poses as his boss in order to impress ladies. Meanwhile, a husband arranges an affair when his wife leaves town. Finally, an American psychiatric patient falls for an equally neurotic lady.
53.
How to Beat the High Cost of Living (1980)
Flat broke and frustrated, three suburban housewives plot to rob a local shopping center.
54.
Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke (1978)
While two potheads are looking for primo weed, they are being followed by a team of less than efficient policemen.
55.
Battered (1978)
A drama interweaving the stories of three women of varied backgrounds and ages whose marriages are complicated by the tragedy of wife-beating.
56.
Snowbeast (1977)
A killer beast on the rampage terrorizes a ski resort during a winter carnival. Yvette Mimieux and Sylvia Sidney replaced Donna Mills and Gloria Swanson respectively.
57.
San Pedro Bums, The (1977)
In this pilot for the brief series beginning in September 1977, five rough-and-tumble pals, living on a leaky boat, try to collar a gang of waterfront toughs after a robbery in which their buddy was the victim.
58.
Law of the Land (1976)
Originally called "The Deputies," this pilot movie for a prospective series (referred to as "The Rookies on Horseback") follows a frontier lawman and his young deputies in their frantic search for a psychopath with a vendetta against prostitutes.

Cast (special)

59.
Conversation With Pat Mitchell, A (2000) as Interviewee
PBS President and CEO Pat Mitchell talks with KCTS television's Enrique Cerna about her move from CNN to PBS, how she envisions helping to change the structure and content of public broadcasting, and what her priorities are for the system.
60.
Women in War: Voices From the Front Lines (1990) as Host
A two-part documentary that reveals the effects of war on the women caught in the many conflicts around the globe.

Writer (special)

61.
Shattered Lullabies (1992) as Writer
A documentary exploring high infant mortality in the United States.
62.
Danger: Kids at Work (1991) as Writer
A documentary examining child labor in United States agriculture, fast-food restaurants and the garment industry.
63.
Revolution at Work (1991) as Writer
A news special examining changes in the American work place. Explores the shifting relationship between managers and workers and the adjustments being made in contemporary work environments.

Producer (special)

64.
Wildlife Adventures: Pollinators In Peril (2000) as Executive Producer
Documentary about pollinators, such as bees, birds, bats and insects, and their importance to human food production.
65.
Revolutionary Journey (2000) as Executive Producer (Cnn)
Christiane Amanpour, who left Iran with her family more than 20 years ago, returns to find a country at the beginning of a revolution of another kind. Amanpour chronicles modern life and the growing movement toward greater freedoms in Iran. The program features an inside look at student life, interv
66.
Pollinators in Peril (2000) as Executive Producer
Documentary about pollinators, such as bees, birds, bats and insects, and their importance to human food production.
67.
Wildlife Adventures: Vanished (1999) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary filmmaker Dyanna Taylor follows the path of writer and artist Everett Ruess into the red-rock canyon country of Utah. Ruess disappeared there in the winter of 1934.
68.
Ice Run: Submarine to the Arctic (1999) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspective")
Documentary that follows a joint expedition of the U.S. Navy and the National Science Foundation on a trip to the Arctic Circle aboard the nuclear powered submarine the U.S.S. Hawkbill, one of the most sophisticated vessels on earth. The Arctic Ocean presents many hazards because of its remoteness,
69.
Black Cowboys, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Documents the stories of black cowboys and their role in the Old West.
70.
Sumo: Dance of the Gargantuans/Survive the Sahara (1999) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
The first part of this documentary special explores Sumo, the traditional Japanese wrestling competition. In the second segment, a photographer risks his life flying over the Sahara Desert in order to take photographs and at the same time has to think about his own survival.
71.
Wild Passions (1999) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary goes behind-the-scenes to examine how nature and wildlife filmmakers do their work.
72.
Wildlife Adventures: Wildlife Legacy (1999) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
A look at some of the world's best wildlife photographers and artists, and their children who are following in their footsteps.
73.
New Gold Rush, The (1999) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspective")
Documentary about the new breed of Internet "rich kids" who are part of the technological gold rush set in cyberspace. Recruited fresh out of college, they are often promised great financial rewards.
74.
Endgame: The Untold Story of the Hostage Crisis in Peru (1999) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspective")
When a Peruvian terrorist group stormed the Japanese ambassador's residence during an extravagant holiday party, an epic stand-off began that would end months later. On April 22, 1997, Peruvian commandos took the compound, freeing 71 hostages after 127 days of captivity. The program reveals exclusiv
75.
Dalai Lama: At Home in Exile (1999) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspective")
The head of state and spiritual leader of the Tibetan people, the Dalai Lama is known to millions worldwide. A Buddhist monk believed to be a reincarnation of the dalai lamas who proceeded him, the Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1989. Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist David
76.
Wildlife Adventures: Moose On The Loose (1999) as Executive Producer (Turner Origianl Productions)
Cinematographer/writer James Lipscomb visits Alaska to explore the complex relationships forged between moose and humans.
77.
Quantico: The Making of an FBI Agent (1999) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspective")
Documentary that looks inside Quantico, the FBI's training academy. The program follows five agents through fifteen weeks of training.
78.
Return Of The Eagle (1999) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Country music star Billy Ray Cyrus explores efforts to revitalize the bald eagle population throughout the United States.
79.
Soldiers of Peace: A Children's Crusade (1999) as Executive Producer (Cnn Productions)
Documentary that profiles five of the children of war-torn Columbia, who united last year to demand the right to live in peace. Confronting both their parents and elected officials, they organized a nationwide election -- the Children's Mandate For Peace and Rights -- that resulted in a call for the
80.
Russia Factor, The (1999) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspective")
Russia at the end of the millennium is the story of the dissolution of a superpower, the tragic result of a social experiment gone wrong. After decades of neglect, mismanagement and corruption, the country faces an infrastructure on the verge of collapse, a workforce with skills not relevant in toda
81.
Wild!Life Adventures: Wild City (1999) as Executive Producer
Actress and model Isabella Rossellini goes on a safari to discover the wildlife in New York City.
82.
Battle For Midway, The (1999) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Deep-sea adventurer Dr. Robert Ballard and World War II veterans of the Pacific campaign go on a quest to find the sunken remains of the aircraft carrier "U.S.S. Yorktown." Includes battle footage taken by director John Ford, combined with interviews of surviving veterans as well as footage from the
83.
Urban Invasion (1998) as President Of Turner Original Productions
Investigation of urban "wildlife," animals that have invaded human territory. Includes reports on rats in New York City, wild bonnet macaque monkeys in urban areas of India, and the United States black market in piranhas.
84.
Wild!Life Adventures: Panama: Paradise Found? (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary exploring the nature preserve found on the Barro Colorado island in the Isthmus of Panama. Once a land bridge for animals between North and South America, this land nows serves as an isolated rainforest, home to a variety of animal and plant life.
85.
Wild!Life Adventures: Alaska's Bush Pilots (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary on the adventures of Alaska's bush pilots. Host Jared Leto accompanies veteran bush pilot Paul Claus on some perilous activities, such as the rescue of two men trapped on a mountainside by an early winter storm.
86.
Wild!Life Adventures: African Garden Of Eden (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Botswanan cinematographer Tim Liversedge camps on the edge of the Makgidikgadi, an ancient lake on the fringe of Africa's Kalahari Desert following the regions magical transition from the extreme, harsh dry season into the lush, rainy season. Liversedge also visits Paradise Pan, where migrating anim
87.
Wildlife Adventures: The Great Bison Chase (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary exploring the resurgence of the bison in the Western United States.
88.
75 Years of Award Winners (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary special focusing on Warner Bros.' award winners and examining the risk-taking that brought them to the big screen.
89.
America's Best Kept Secrets (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner)
Documentary looks at the people, places and government programs that most of the public doesn't know exist. Examines how the government, other organizations and individuals have been successful in keeping these secrets and why this secrecy is necessary.
90.
Dying To Tell The Story (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary looks into the lives of war correspondents, photographers and cameramen who risk their lives to cover revolution, famine, war and political strife both abroad and in their own countries. Also documents the personal journey of Amy Eldon, who travels to Mogadishu, Somalia, where her brothe
91.
Dark Religions (1998) as Executive Producer (Cnn Persepctives)
A look at teenagers in Mississippi searching for religious faith and finding it in witchcraft, Satanism and vampirism. Delves into the world of dark religions, revealing what begins in fantasy and rebellion can often lead to violence.
92.
Warner Brothers Story: 75 Years Of Blockbusters (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Celebrates the epic films produced by Warner Bros. over 75 years.
93.
Wildlife Adventures-amazon Warrior (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary relating the story of a Kayapo Indian named Payakan, who has made it his life's work to save the Amazon rain forests, and in turn, his people.
94.
Wild!Life Adventures: Wildlife Wars (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Actress Daryl Hannah travels throughout the western United States to examine the conflict between humans and their wildlife neighbors. Includes reports on some innovative, non-lethal methods to keep animals out of harm's way, including using specially trained dogs to chase bears into the back countr
95.
Secret Life of Cats, The (1998) as Executive Producer (Tbs)
Documentary highlights the wild side of domesticated cats. Other segments in this nature magazine show depict the lives of stray urban dogs and the interaction of man and wolves that have been newly introduced into the wild.
96.
Topx: Africa Unbottled (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Playwright Nicholas Ellenbogen visits remote communities in six African nations tp examine ways that the locals are managing wildlife care.
97.
Virus Hunters (1998) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspectives")
Documentary follows scientists around the globe as they track outbreaks of some of the world's most deadly diseases. Past victories, like that over polio, are contrasted with current struggles to contain modern plagues such as AIDS, ebola, hepatitis and malaria.
98.
Underdogs: Prairie Dogs Under Attack (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Author and naturalist Richard Conniff looks at the underground life of prairie dogs and the dangers they face as ranchers, developers and sport shooters attempt to rid the West of the creatures.
99.
Gerrie and Louise (1998) as Executive Producer (Cnn Persepctives)
An account of South Africa's Commission on Truth and Reconciliation which investigated the human rights abuses committed during the apartheid era. Follows the Commission's first week of investigations in the coastal town of East London and the relationship that develops between former covert operati
100.
America's Greatest Olympians (1998) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspectives")
Special hosted by decathlete and Olympic gold medalist Dan O'Brien, focusing on a century of American achievements at the Olympic Games.
101.
Tattoos: Women of the Ink (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary on a relatively new trend, tattoos among women, focusing on the work of six female artists and the historic perspective of Margot Mifflin, author of "Bodies of Subversion, The Secret History of Women and Tattoo.
102.
Wild Women of Alaska (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of four women who live and work in Alaska: Gerry Traynor, an intensive-care nurse; Kathy Frost, a champion dog sled musher; Ellen Paneok, a bush pilot; and Tori Baker, a salmon fisher.
103.
L.A. Lifeguards (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary examines the dangers and crises encountered by lifeguards on a daily basis. The special follows a group of lifeguards during a single summer in Los Angeles County, starting with a competitive swim in April and ending with the last day of summer on Labor Day weekend.
104.
March Of The Crabs (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary explores the nature phenomenon whereby millions of little red crabs leave their rain forest home on Christmas Island each November and wend their way through populated areas to reach the Pacific Ocean to spawn.
105.
Century of Women, A (1998) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspectives")
Four-part documentary looks at how women have changed the course of the 20th century. Examines contributions of American women to all aspects of life, from the personal to political.
106.
World Out of Balance, A (1998) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspectives")
Documentary examines the effects of population growth on the ever-increasing list of new diseases.
107.
Hidden Zoo, The (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Behind-the-scenes documentary on the work of veterinarians to keep animals healthy and happy at Washington D.C.'s National Zoo.
108.
75 Years of SuperStars (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary special on the Hollywood studio, focusing on the Warner Bros. "stable" of stars.
109.
Truk Lagoon: Underwater Odyssey (1998) as Executive Producer
Documentary explores the underwater world of Truk Lagoon, consisting of a coral reef that spans almost 40 miles around a vast, tropical lagoon. In the past, the inner sea floor of Truk Lagoon was a featureless underwater desert. Since World War II, some 60 sunken warships have now become undersea co
110.
Revenge of the Microbes (1998) as Executive Producer ("Cnn Perspectives")
Documentary explores the problem of drug-resistant strains of deadly diseases that are breaking out across the world, challenging the best antibiotics.
111.
Killer Weather (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary look at various deadly forms of weather in the United States and Mexico and personal stories associated with each. Segments include hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, heat waves, lightning, dense fog, drought, firestorms, etc.
112.
Legends Of The Bushmen (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Filmmaker Ginger Mauney explored the art of storytelling as practiced by the Bushmen of Namibia.
113.
Border Patrol (1998) as Executive Producer (Cnn Persepctives)
A look at INS border patrol officers and immigration issues.
114.
Wild!Life Adventures: Wildlife Vet (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Actress Alicia Silverstone joins veterinarian Dave Jessup as he treats animal ailments in Zimbabwe and California.
115.
Wild!Life Adventures: Wildlife Legacy (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
A look at some of the world's best wildlife photographers and artists, and their children who are following in their footsteps.
116.
Assassinated: The Last Days of King and Kennedy (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary focuses on the last months in the lives of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy. Kennedy's political journey took him from the right-wing agenda of Joe McCarthy to the liberal policies of John F. Kennedy. After his brother's death, Kennedy became increasingly concerned about civil r
117.
Nascar At Fifty, Good To Go (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary examining NASCAR professional auto racing. The behind-the-scenes look is structured around one race, the UAW-GM Quality 500 held October 5, 1997 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Features some of the top racers on the NASCAR circuit, other personalities in the sport, and die-hard fans.
118.
75 Years of Laughter (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary focusing on Warner Bros. classic comedies, including interviews and clips from many of its films.
119.
Cousteau's China: Across China With The Yellow River (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
The team of nature explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau travels the length of China's Yellow River by foot, on horseback, on camels, in all-terrain vehicles and aboard rafts, encountering unique wildlife and exploring the underwater surfaces of remote lakes.
120.
Exile in Sarajevo (1998) as Executive Producer (Cnn Persepctives)
A personal account of the final 12 months of the Bosnian civil war, from the perspective of the documentary's filmmakers: Tahil Cambis, a Bosnian refugee living in Australia; and Alma Sahbaz, a native of Sarajevo.
121.
Wild!Life Adventures: Little Warriors (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Lauren Hutton takes two children on a wildlife safari in Kenya.
122.
75 Years of Blockbusters (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Celebrates the epic films produced by Warner Bros. over 75 years.
123.
Wildlife Adventures: Wildlife Vet (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Actress Alicia Silverstone joins veterinarian Dave Jessup as he treats animal ailments in Zimbabwe and California.
124.
Warner Brothers Story: 75 Years Of Super Stars (1998) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary special on the Hollywood studio, focusing on the Warner Bros. "stable" of stars.
125.
Savage Garden (1997) as President Of Turner Original Productions
Utilizing cinematography that makes everyday garden residents appear exceptionally big, scary and nasty, Leslie Nielsen portrays a gardener who leads the viewer into a world of strange predators and bizarre dramas.
126.
Croc People (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Examination of the residents of the Northern Territory of Australia who must live peaceably with neighboring crocodiles.
127.
Landmines: Hidden Assassins (1997) as Executive Producer
Special report examining the issue and ongoing threat of landmines, focusing on Cambodia, one of the most mine-laden countries in the world. Features a look at the late Diana, Princess of Wales, and her work to bring the landmine issue to the world's attention and an interview with Jody Williams, co
128.
Mischievous Meerkats: On Location With Cinematographer Richard Goss (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
South African filmmaker Richard Goss investigates the social behavior of the mongoose, or meerkat.
129.
Alternative Universe, The (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner)
Special explores ways that Americans are searching for, and finding, alternatives to doing business, enjoying life and keeping healthy. Subjects profiled include the new interest in professional hockey teams in Texas, the potential danger iguanas present as pets and the movement to legalize industri
130.
Alternative Universe, The (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner)
Special explores ways that Americans are searching for, and finding, alternatives to doing business, enjoying life and keeping healthy. Subjects profiled include the new interest in professional hockey teams in Texas, the potential danger iguanas present as pets and the movement to legalize industri
131.
Wildlife Adventures: Colorado River (1997) as Executive Producer ("World Of Audubon Specials") (Tbs)
Musician James Taylor and his son Ben take a high-adventure trip through the Grand Canyon via the rapids of the Colorado River. Their guide, environmental activist Martin Litton, provides a human and natural history of the Canyon.
132.
Topx-twin Stories (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner)
Documentary looks at the phenomenon of twins, including an exploration of possible psychic connections between individuals.
133.
1997 Peace Frogs Road Rally (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary on the 1997 Peace Frog Road Rally to benefit frog-related environmental research, where 13 teams travel across the country and earn points by completing specified challenges in the hopes of winning $10,000 in gold.
134.
America's Favorite Commercials (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary examining how commercials have captured the fashion trends, sexual climates, personalities and fads of the rapidly changing world.
135.
Arctic Adventure (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary on the flora and fauna of Siberian Beringia, a frozen area with an astounding variety of wildlife.
136.
Animal Er: Hollywood's Amazing Animal Actors (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary examination of the many animal actors who have appeared in film and television. Includes film clips, archival footage, and interviews with animal trainers and human co-stars.
137.
Wild Adventures-tiger (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Actress Sarita Choudhury takes viewers to India in search of the endangered Royal Bengal tiger, the largest of all cats.
138.
Coming Plague: Revenge Of The Microbes, World Out Of Balance (1997) as Executive Producer
Four-part documentary about the frightening reality of deadly plagues and viruses which have the potential to spread across the planet. The documentary profiles the work of "disease cowboys" -- hard-nosed scientists from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) and other prestigious organizations who fi
139.
Last Wild River Ride, The (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
A group of adventurer/explorers attempts to run one of the last great unrun rivers of the world, the Tekeze River of Ethiopia.
140.
Wildlife Adventures-mojave Adventure (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary examining the harsh environment of North America's Mojave Desert. Serving as a tour guide through the desert is Mojave Max, a desert tortoise.
141.
Living With Leopards (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
African cinematographer and wildlife expert John Varty documents the lives of four generations of a leopard family in the Landolozi Game Reserve of Kenya.
142.
Man-Eaters of India (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary follows the trail of a predator that was stalking and killing children in impoverished villages of northeastern India in 1996. Three known predators in the area were suspects: hyenas, leopards and wolves. Over a period of seven months, more than 75 attacks were reported and some 46 child
143.
Fire From The Sky (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Special exploring cosmic events and collisions of the past as well as the potential for similar devastation in the future if a comet or asteroid were to hit the Earth. Program includes commentary from experts, computer animation and location photography.
144.
Wild Adventure-diving With The Great Whales (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Wildlife cinematographer Mitsuaki Iwago maneuvers a specially rigged camera deep into the Pacific to capture the dynamic behavior of humpback whales.
145.
Abducted By UFO's (1997) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Examination of some of the experiences of a group of people who claim to have been abducted by UFOs.
146.
Coming Plague: Virus Hunters And The Price Of Passion (1997) as Executive Producer
Four-part documentary about the frightening reality of deadly plagues and viruses which have the potential to spread across the planet. The documentary profiles the work of "disease cowboys" -- hard-nosed scientists from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) and other prestigious organizations who fi
147.
Driving Passion (1996) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Documentary exploring America's love affair with the automobile and how it has changed our lives. Uses archival footage, photographs, film clips, personal archives, and interviews.
148.
Playing the Odds (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary focuses on what makes Americans put themselves at risk and the different ways in which they take chances, ranging from casino gambling, swimming with sharks and racing oncoming trains.
149.
Animal ER (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Behind-the-scenes look at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in Philadelphia to reveal the relationships and emotional bond between veterinarians, pets and their owners.
150.
America's Greatest Olympians (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary featuring the stories of a selection of athletes who have competed in the modern Olympic games. Includes archival footage and interviews with many of the athletes.
151.
Wild!Life Adventures: Survival of the Yellowstone Wolves (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Matthew J. Fox goes on location in Yellowstone National Park to examine the controversial program that re-introduced wolves into the wild.
152.
Tattoos & Skins (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Special exploring the increasing popularity of tattoos, body piercing and branding.
153.
Survival of the Yellowstone Wolves: On Location With Matthew Fox (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Matthew J. Fox goes on location in Yellowstone National Park to examine the controversial program that re-introduced wolves into the wild.
154.
Haunted (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Six stories examining the experiences of people who have encountered the supernatural world. Each segment tells the story of one family's haunting, the paranormal events that drove them to take action, their efforts to uncover the history of the ghost and the event that caused the ghost to wander, a
155.
Dolphins in Danger: On Location With Bridget Fonda (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Actress Bridget Fonda dives with dolphins and killer whales in the Bahamas, the Amazon, Puget Sound and the Gulf of Mexico and observes the dangers facing these populations.
156.
Biker Women (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary about four women who ride their motorcycles from the annual rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, back to their homes in California.
157.
NBA AT 50 (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary chronicling the history of the NBA from its inception in 1946 through today. Many past and present NBA players and personalities reflect on the game and its heritage. Vintage game and off-court footage offers a comprehenseive look at the NBA's past 50 years.
158.
Mad About Birds (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner)
Documentary focusing on bird enthusiasts from all over the world, who demonstrate that birding is not only one of the most popular outdoor hobbies, but also an enthralling, magnificent obsession.
159.
Frontiers (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Special looks at America's fascination with uncharted territory, ranging from rodeos and biological warfare to cybersex and psychedelic drugs.
160.
America's Music: The Roots of Country (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Multi-part special tracing the evolution of America's country music, from its origins in Appalachia to its current preeminence in concert halls and record stores.
161.
100 Years of Olympic Glory (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary on memorable moments in the history of the modern Olympic Games. Utilizes historic film footage and interviews with former Olympians.
162.
Last Great American Gold Heist, The (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Mario Van Peebles takes a look at the environmental and social consequences of today's high-tech search for gold.
163.
Black Market Birds: On Location With Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger embark on a journey into the Peruvian rain forest to the homeland of the South American parrots and macaws, where they reveal the history of these vividly colored birds. Traces the illegal path whereby these creatures are smuggled into the American black market.
164.
1996 Trumpet Awards (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Telecast of the fourth annual Trumpet Awards, saluting African-American contributions to the fields of medicine, education, literature, politics, sports, business, and entertainment.
165.
Haunted: The Incredible Life And Times Of Robert Ripley: Believe It Or Not (1996) as Executive Producer (Tbs Productions)
Examination of the life and career of Robert Ripley, a collector, cartoonist, explorer and adventurer who searched the globe for the unusual and incredible to include in his cartoon series, "Believe It or Not!"
166.
Driving Passion (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner)
Documentary exploring America's love affair with the automobile and how it has changed our lives. Uses archival footage, photographs, film clips, personal archives, and interviews.
167.
Survivors of the Holocaust (1996) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Documentary chronicling life in pre-World War II Europe, the rise and fall of the Third Reich, the impact of Nazism on European Jewry, the liberation of the concentration camps, and the lives of survivors currently. Includes archival footage and survivors' testimonies, photographs and artifacts.
168.
Freedom Fighters (1996) as Executive Producer
Special examining how more and more Americans are beginning to feel threatened by the growing governmental involvement in their everyday lives.
169.
Photographers, The (1995) as Executive In Charge Of Production (Tbs)
Documentary profiling some of "National Geographic" magazine's top photographers.
170.
Pirate Tales (1995) as Executive Producer (Turner Original Productions)
Special employing live-action evocations to relate the exploits of such legendary pirates as Francis Drake, Henry Morgan, Captain Kidd, Blackbeard, and the Irish "lady pirate," Graneuille as told by the 17th-century pirate William Dampier, played by Roger Daltrey. Also features rare archival materia
171.
Anatomy of Love (1995) as Executive Producer (Tbs)
Two-part documentary tracing the intricacies of love, courtship, marriage, adultery, divorce and re-marriage -- using contemporary stories from Africa, Japan and North America interwoven with footage of animal behavior.
172.
In the Land of the Grizzlies (1995) as Executive Producer ("World Of Audubon Specials") (Tbs)
A look at the natural status of bears across North America, particularly in Alaska. Focuses on the work of nature photographer Tim Treadwell.
173.
Network Earth: God's House (1995) as Executive Producer
Documentary on some of the varied ways religion is practiced in the United States, including gospel singing, speaking in tongues, the Promise Keepers movement, rock concerts, dancing in mosh pits and laughing uncontrollably with the joy of Jesus. The special also covers Pope John Paul II's visit to
174.
Hank Aaron: Chasing The Dream (1995) as Executive Producer (Tbs)
Documentary commemorating the 20th anniversary of baseball legend Hank Aaron's record-breaking 715th home run. Explores the obstacles Aaron faced as one of the first African-American players in the major leagues, using re-enactments of his early life, archival footage and interviews with baseball gr
175.
China: The Wild East (1995) as Executive Producer (Turner Original)
As told by documentarian Peter Kaufman, the son of noted director Philip Kaufman, a personal overview of China from Marco Polo to the present. The film's scope addresses the country's social, political, and economic history leading up to 1989, the Tiananmen Square massacre--where began the Kaufman f
176.
Flamingowatch (1995) as Executive Producer ("World Of Audubon Specials") (Tbs)
Live telecast of three million flamingos' annual convergance on traditional feeding grounds in Kenya.
177.
Sugar Scandal (1995) as Executive Producer ("World Of Audubon Specials") (Tbs)
TBS' "Network Earth" reporters go from the fields to the refineries to the financiers to demonstrate how consumers and the environment are paying the high price for sugar production and the artificial price supports maintained by Congress.
178.
Anatomy of Love (1995) as Producer
Two-part documentary tracing the intricacies of love, courtship, marriage, adultery, divorce and re-marriage -- using contemporary stories from Africa, Japan and North America interwoven with footage of animal behavior.
179.
Last Voyage of the Lusitania (1994) as Executive In Charge Of Production (Tbs)
Documentary exploring the sinking of the British liner "Lusitania" by a German U-boat while it was enroute from New York to Liverpool in 1915.
180.
Into Africa (1994) as Executive In Charge Of Production (Tbs)
Two-part special addressing different aspects of African landscapes, wildlife, and culture -- through four, separately-produced segments.
181.
Century of Women, A (1994) as Executive Producer (Tbs Productions)
A six-hour, three-part documentary on the changing role and image of women in U.S. history in the 20th Century. Makes use of voiceover narrative, archival footage, historic photographs, and on-camera interviews with women who have played important roles in the 20th Century. Also includes a fictional
182.
People Count: Facts Of The Mind (1994) as Executive Producer (Tbs)
Special exploring the ways cultural evolution lags behind technology.
183.
Cybermania '94: The Ultimate Gamer Awards (1994) as Executive Producer (Tbs)
Live presentation of the first interactive games award show, Cybermania '94.
184.
World of Audubon 10th Anniversary Special, The (1994) as Executive Producer (Tbs)
Review of past programs on the tenth anniversary of "The World of Audubon Specials."
185.
Cats & Dogs (1994) as Executive Producer (Tbs)
Documentary examining the powerful bond humans have shared with cats and dogs. Part 1 is devoted to dogs; Part 2 to cats.
186.
Shattered Lullabies (1992) as Executive Producer
A documentary exploring high infant mortality in the United States.
187.
Revolution at Work (1991) as Executive Producer (Vu Productions)
A news special examining changes in the American work place. Explores the shifting relationship between managers and workers and the adjustments being made in contemporary work environments.
188.
Danger: Kids at Work (1991) as Executive Producer
A documentary examining child labor in United States agriculture, fast-food restaurants and the garment industry.
189.
Women in War: Voices From the Front Lines (1990) as Producer
A two-part documentary that reveals the effects of war on the women caught in the many conflicts around the globe.
190.
Heart Of Healing - What You Become (1987) as Executive Producer (Tbs Productions)
A three-part special examining psychological and spiritual techniques for treating serious illness and promoting well-being.
191.
Cousteau: My First 85 Years (1932) as Executive Producer
Special celebrating the 85th birthday of oceanic explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Includes archival footage from his many voyages.

Sound (TV Mini-Series)

192.
Intruders (1992)
A two-part miniseries based on purportedly true cases. A hospital psychiatrist is drawn into the world of UFO abductions when he tries to help two women unravel the mysteries surrounding harrowing events in their lives.

Sound (TV Mini-Series)

193.
Love, Honor & Obey: The Last Mafia Marriage (1993)
A two-part miniseries based on the true story of Bill and Rosalie Bonnano, members of the notorious crime family. Chronicles the marriage of Bill Bonnano to Rosalie Profaci, a union of New York's most powerful Mafia families.

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