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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Producer (feature film)

1.

Director (special)

2.
Dennis the Menace: Mayday For Mother (1981) as Director
The story finds Dennis Mitchell, the mischievous young boy, attempting to overcome numerous setbacks as he struggles to make a special gift for his mother for Mother's Day.

Animation (special)

3.
Bear Who Slept Through Christmas, The (1979) as Animation
The story of Ted E. Bear, a young cub who heads for the city in search of the Christmas spirit.
4.
My Mom's Having a Baby (1977) as Animator
A combined live-action and animated drama special in which the facts of human reproduction are explained to young people by a pediatrician. The program includes videotaped sequences of the birth of actress Candace Farrell's baby.

Art Department (special)

5.
Bear Who Slept Through Christmas, The (1979) as Storyboards
The story of Ted E. Bear, a young cub who heads for the city in search of the Christmas spirit.

Art Department (special)

6.
Dr. Seuss On The Loose (1973) as Storyboards
A trilogy of allegorial classics by one of the world's best-known author of children's books. "The Sneetches," the first tale, is a comment against snobbery as seen through the boasting of the star-bellied Sneetches as they ostracize their plain-bellied counterparts; "The Zax" concerns a south-going

Cast (short)

7.
Stop Look and Listen (1967)
This Academy nominated stop-motion live-action short focuses on driving safety and dealing with road rage.

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