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Producer (feature film)

1.
Christmas Snow (2010) as Executive Producer
A widow and her two adopted children face eviction immediately after the holidays because their mean-spirited landlord plans to convert their home and candy store into a laundromat.
2.
Me, Mom, Dad and Her (2008)
This is a coming of age story about a troubled 15 year old girl, who is sent to live with her father and pregnant stepmom after she is caught shoplifting and drinking. Once relocated, she continues to act up, and her parents lose faith in her. Eventually, the family gets help from an unlikely person
3.
Sweet Nothing in My Ear (2008)
Dan and Laura both love their deaf 6 year old son more than life, but they differ on a key issue of his upbringing - whether or not to get him cochlear implants. The disagreement begins to tear their family apart.
4.
Papa's Angels (2000) as Executive Producer
Television movie that follows a year in the life of Grins Jenkins, his wife Sharon and their children, from Christmas to Christmas. Just before the holidays, Sharon becomes ill and dies. With the help of Grammy, the family is carried through difficult times. Set in the 1930s.<P>Grins Jenkins is a de
5.
Ruby Bridges (1998) as Executive Producer
Fact-based dramatization of the triumph of six-year-old Ruby Bridges, one of the first African-American students to integrate a public elementary school in New Orleans. She overcomes the difficulties and challenges of her situation with the help of teacher Barbara Henry; psychiatrist Dr. Robert Cole
6.
Convictions (1997) as Executive Producer
After Zalinda's son John is murdered, she becomes an outspoken advocate of the victim's rights movement. Zalinda is determined to keep the young man who took her son's life behind bars. Ten years later, Zalinda realizes that the stress has eaten away at her. She decides that she must confront Jeffre
7.
In Pursuit of Honor (1995) as Executive Producer
True story of a group of career cavalry officers who, in 1935, defied General Douglas MacArthur's order to destroy 500 horses and then began a cross-country race to Canada, pursued by a newly-formed tank division. Based on oral histories recorded by screenwriter Clark.
8.
When the Vows Break (1995) as Executive Producer
A woman seeking a divorce becomes the victim of a misogynist judge who strips her of any claim to her joint account. She decides to go to law school to handle her own appeal. Based on a true story.
9.
Is There Life Out There? (1994) as Executive Producer
After a brush with breast cancer and the death of her father, a woman realizes that something is missing from her life and decides to pursue a college education. Her husband feels threatened by her academic exploits, but eventually comes to appreciate them. Inspired by Reba McEntire's song and its a
10.
For the Love of Aaron (1994) as Executive Producer
Telefilm based on the true story of a mother suffering from mental illness who fights to control her life and retain custody of her young son.
11.
One More Mountain (1994) as Executive Producer
Based on the true story of the Reed faily, who in 1846, as members of an emigrant wagon train, were trapped by winter snowstorms high in the Sierra Nevadas as part of the Donnner party.
12.
Gift of Love, The (1994) as Executive Producer
An ailing man's life is spared when he receives a new heart -- the heart of his beloved grandson, killed in a freak accident. Following this ironic tragedy, he loses his will to live, until a runaway teenage girl befriends him and helps mend the estranged relationship with his daughter.
13.
Miss Rose White (1992) as Executive Producer
Two sisters, one a Polish concentration camp survivor, the other safely relocated to America with her father, are reunited in New York in 1947.
14.
Decoration Day (1990) as Executive Producer
A television movie based on the novella by John William Corrington, set in Georgia in 1975, about the relationship between two older men in the south. A white judge cannot understand why his childhood friend, an older black man, has refused to accept the Congressional Medal of Honor. He looks into t
15.
Son's Promise, A (1990) as Executive Producer
A television movie depicting the true story of Terry O'Kelley, the eldest of seven brothers, who honors the last request of his dying mother by making sure that his family of seven brothers does not separate.
16.
Home Fires Burning (1989) as Executive Producer
A television movie about the editor of a newspaper in a small Southern town in 1944 who tries to settle his differences with his estranged son and to come to terms with the fast-changing world.
17.
Shell Seekers, The (1989) as Executive Producer
A movie dealing with the conflicts and relationships of three generations of an English family from World War II to the present. Recovery from a heart attack brings a fierce awareness of the joy of life and the need for her own independence to a woman whose grown children treat her like an invalid.
18.
Little Girl Lost (1988) as Executive Producer
A true story about a family which fights to adopt their foster child when they believe she is being sexually molested by her natural father.
19.
Foxfire (1987) as Executive Producer
A television movie based on the Broadway play "Foxfire," about a woman's attempt to hold on to her farm while she battles her troubled folk singer son and grieves over the death of her husband.
20.
Room Upstairs, The (1987) as Executive Producer
A television movie about a lonely and isolated woman whose life is transformed when she opens herself up to the outside world and to a gentle, romantic relationship.
21.
Resting Place (1986) as Executive Producer
A television movie set in Rockville, Georgia, in 1972. Major Kendall Laird, a Survival Assistance Officer, arrives in this sleepy little town with the body of Lieutenant Dwyte Johnson, a Vietnam war hero. It's Laird's job to help Johnson's parents bury their son. But since the dead hero was black, h
22.
Love Is Never Silent (1985) as Executive Producer
The story of the relationship between a hearing child and her deaf parents, spanning three decades, from the Great Depression to the late '60s.
23.
License to Kill (1984) as Executive Producer
In this companion piece of sorts to "M.A.D.D.: Mothers Against Drunk Drivers," James Farentino and Penny Fuller are a married couple whose college-bound daughter is killed in an automobile accident with a drunk driver (Don Murray), who had a few drinks too many with his country club cronies.
24.
Between Friends (1983) as Executive Producer
In this superstar teaming for the second TV film made especially for Home Box Office, Elizabeth Taylor and Carol Burnett are a couple of divorcees--the former looking for some man to keep her in diamonds and champagne; the latter, a real estate agent just looking for a man. An unlikely friendship is
25.
Miss All-American Beauty (1982) as Executive Producer
Naive teenage beauty contest winner Diane Lane finds herself being "remade" by the pageant's trainer (Cloris Leachman), its high-powered P.R. man (David Dukes) and its haughty director (Jayne Meadows), while her relationship with her boyfriend back home and her family rapidly deteriorates. This behi
26.
Marva Collins Story, The (1981) as Executive Producer
Cicely Tyson was Emmy-nominated as Outstanding Actress for her portrait of a Chicago schoolteacher whose remarkable achievements with black children labelled "unteachable" were spotlighted in a 1979 "60 Minutes" segment about how she became disillusioned with the traditional school system and decide
27.
Angel Dusted (1981) as Executive Producer
Drama about the effects on Jean Stapleton and Arthur Hill when their teenage son (John Putch, Stapleton's real-life son) gets spaced out on a marijuana joint laced with PCP, or "angel dust," and the family wrestles with the crisis.
28.
Orphan Train (1979) as Executive Producer
In this dramatization of a little publicized episode in American history, dedicated social worker Eichhorn organizes a train trip for a group of slum orphans in 1894, taking them from New York City to the Midwest in search of new families and new lives. This fictionalized account covers the first of

Producer (special)

29.
Death in the Family, A (2002) as Executive Producer (Alt Films)
An adaptation of James Agee's 1957 autobiographical novel "A Death in the Family," a story of a family's fragility and resilience. Set in Knoxville, Tennessee, during the summer of 1915. On his way home from visiting his father one night, Jay Follet is suddenly killed in a car accident. After his wi
30.
Song of the Lark, The (2001) as Executive Producer
An adaptation of Willa Cather's novel about a young woman's struggle to achieve her destiny -- a struggle that takes her from a small Colorado town to the opera stages of the world. Thea Kronborg, a talented and beautiful young woman growing up in 1890s Colorado, travels to Chicago to make or break
31.
Ponder Heart, The (2001) as Executive Producer (Alt Films)
An adaptation of the 1954 novel by Eudora Welty about Uncle Daniel Ponder, a wealthy man in Clay, Mississippi, in 1939, whose generosity upsets his niece, Edna Earle. Uncle Daniel marries Bonnie Dee Peacock, a young girl from the country who becomes the object of his gift giving, but soon, she disap
32.
Cora Unashamed (2000) as Executive Producer
An adaptation of a story by Langston Hughes that focuses on the stories of black and white families in 1916-31 Iowa. Cora, an African-American woman living in an all-white Iowa town in the 1930s, gives up her livelihood and security in order to speak the truth about the tragic deaths of two children
33.
Cora Unashamed (2000) as Producer
An adaptation of a story by Langston Hughes that focuses on the stories of black and white families in 1916-31 Iowa. Cora, an African-American woman living in an all-white Iowa town in the 1930s, gives up her livelihood and security in order to speak the truth about the tragic deaths of two children
34.
Malcolm Takes a Shot (1990) as Executive Producer
A talented young athlete is obsessed with stardom. Malcolm Jones ignores his schoolwork and other responsibilites until he's dramatically brought back to reality when he must learn to deal with the onset of epilepsy. A presentation of the "CBS Schoolbreak Specials."

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