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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Sound (feature film)

1.
The Dead (1987) as Sound
A Christmas party brings out family tensions among a group of Dubliners.
2.
Big Shots (1987) as Sound
When his father dies from a heart attack, white, wealthy, 11-year-old Obie runs away and winds up in a Chicago ghetto. After getting beaten up by some gang members, the grief-stricken Obie is befriended by Jeremy "Scam" Henderson, an African-American, streetwise kid about his age. They become partne
3.
News at Eleven (1986)
A local TV anchorman reluctantly helps to create a media controversy when he breaks the story of alleged sexual involvement between a high school teacher and a female student.
4.
Generation (1985)
Futuristic prospective series pilot, a distant cousin to the 1975 theatrical violent sport movie "Rollerball," revolves around a turn-of-the-millenium family on the Great Eve (the night before the year 2000 begins) planning for a reunion. Son Richard Beymer (returning to the spotlight years after "W
5.
Not My Kid (1985)
Surprisingly mature (and critically well-received) drama about a family's coming to grips with itself on discovering that teenaged daughter Viveka Davis is a "druggie" with Segal as her shattered surgeon father and Channing her heartsick mother.
6.
This Child Is Mine (1985)
Inspired by real events, the plot of this television movie centers on the legal and emotional struggle between adoptive parents and a teen-age mother over the custody of an infant girl.
7.
Amos (1985)
An old man is forced into a retirement home, where he clashes heads
8.
Not My Kid (1985)
Surprisingly mature (and critically well-received) drama about a family's coming to grips with itself on discovering that teenaged daughter Viveka Davis is a "druggie" with Segal as her shattered surgeon father and Channing her heartsick mother.
9.
Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (1984)
Realistic dramatization of the fatal Air Florida crash in Washington, D.C. in January 1982, and its effects on the survivors, their families and those who helped in the rescue attempts. Among the notable sidelights: the crash itself is never shown and the rescues are staged from a heated pool in the
10.
Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E., The (1983)
This reunion film brought Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin, superspy stars of television between 1964 and 1968, out of comfortable retirement -- the former had become a computer company mogul, the latter the head of a trendy Park Avenue fashion salon -- to do battle once again with their arch enemy,
11.
Cocaine: One Man's Seduction (1983)
Dennis Weaver is a successful real estate agent whose introduction by Pamela Bellwood and her lawyer boyfriend, David Ackroyd, to cocaine during a business slump gets him hooked and threatens his marriage (to Karen Grassle), his career and his life.
12.
Your Place or Mine (1983)
Psychiatrist Bonnie Franklin, dumped by her lover and finding she must counsel herself as a deserted woman, is thrown together with divorced landscape designer Robert Klein by her best friends, Tyne Daly and Peter Bonerz, but they have trouble making this made-in-heaven twosome stick. "Love in Bloom
13.
Summer Girl (1983)
A married couple who hire a live-in babysitter for their two young children slowly discover that she is taking over their lives and their kids, changing from a shy, rather plain-looking girl to a glamorous, seductive siren. Not too dissimilar from an earlier TV-movie, "The Baby Sitter," this one was filmed entirely on location in Hawaii. Producer Roberta Haynes, a former actress, had been Gary Cooper's leading lady in "Return to Paradise" (1953).
14.
Memorial Day (1983)
A happily married lawyer's unexpected reunion with some Vietnam war buddies unleashes a flood of memories he had struggled to suppress, and his emotional turmoil is heightened by the sudden suicide of one of the veterans.
15.
In Love With an Older Woman (1982)
Junior partner in a San Francisco law firm finds his life taking on new meaning when he meets the firm's newest employee, a free-spirited woman fifteen years his senior, and is invited to move in with her. The one hitch is that she has a daughter his age.
16.
Don't Go To Sleep (1982)
The daughter of a troubled family who was killed in an automobile accident returns from the grave to take each member back with her one by one. Dennis Weaver and Valerie Harper, as the parents, previously played a married couple in "The Day the Loving Stopped".
17.
Rosie: The Rosemary Clooney Story (1982)
The dramatization of the life of the pop singer from her rise to stardom and her marriage to Jose Ferrer to her courageous comeback from her 1968 mental breakdown following the Robert Kennedy assassination. Based on Clooney's autobiography, it has Rosemary dubbing not only her own songs but also her
18.
All God's Children (1980)
Richard Widmark is a big city judge involved in a forced busing dispute as the climax of his long career. The friendship between two families -- one white, one black -- and their sons, who are buddies, provides the microcosm of this major social issue that has been argued for several decades.
19.
$5.20 an Hour Dream, The (1980)
A debt-ridden divorced mother and factory worker strives to get a higher-paying job on the traditionally all-male main assembly line.
20.
Vacation in Hell, A (1979)
A dream vacation at a posh tropical resort turns into a nightmare for four women and a man who wander off into the jungle on a remote part of the island and wage a desperate fight for survival.
21.
Gumball Rally, The (1976) as Sound Recording Mixer
When the code word "gumball" is passed by a rich young man, two housewives, two stage Englishmen, one Italian lothario, one bug eyed motorcyclist, a couple of Texans, a girly magazine model and other assorted types converge upon New York for a non-stop car race to Long Beach, California.

Production Companies (feature film)

22.
Predator 2 (1990) as Cable Operator
Set in Los Angeles in the year 1997, when the streets are ruled by Jamaican and Colombian drug dealers. A federal agent assists the LAPD in their investigation of the mysterious deaths of scores of drug dealers.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

23.
The Dead (1987)
A Christmas party brings out family tensions among a group of Dubliners.
24.
Big Shots (1987)
When his father dies from a heart attack, white, wealthy, 11-year-old Obie runs away and winds up in a Chicago ghetto. After getting beaten up by some gang members, the grief-stricken Obie is befriended by Jeremy "Scam" Henderson, an African-American, streetwise kid about his age. They become partne
25.
News at Eleven (1986)
A local TV anchorman reluctantly helps to create a media controversy when he breaks the story of alleged sexual involvement between a high school teacher and a female student.
26.
Not My Kid (1985)
Surprisingly mature (and critically well-received) drama about a family's coming to grips with itself on discovering that teenaged daughter Viveka Davis is a "druggie" with Segal as her shattered surgeon father and Channing her heartsick mother.
27.
This Child Is Mine (1985)
Inspired by real events, the plot of this television movie centers on the legal and emotional struggle between adoptive parents and a teen-age mother over the custody of an infant girl.
28.
Amos (1985)
An old man is forced into a retirement home, where he clashes heads
29.
Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (1984)
Realistic dramatization of the fatal Air Florida crash in Washington, D.C. in January 1982, and its effects on the survivors, their families and those who helped in the rescue attempts. Among the notable sidelights: the crash itself is never shown and the rescues are staged from a heated pool in the
30.
Memorial Day (1983)
A happily married lawyer's unexpected reunion with some Vietnam war buddies unleashes a flood of memories he had struggled to suppress, and his emotional turmoil is heightened by the sudden suicide of one of the veterans.
31.
Rosie: The Rosemary Clooney Story (1982)
The dramatization of the life of the pop singer from her rise to stardom and her marriage to Jose Ferrer to her courageous comeback from her 1968 mental breakdown following the Robert Kennedy assassination. Based on Clooney's autobiography, it has Rosemary dubbing not only her own songs but also her
32.
$5.20 an Hour Dream, The (1980)
A debt-ridden divorced mother and factory worker strives to get a higher-paying job on the traditionally all-male main assembly line.
33.
Vacation in Hell, A (1979)
A dream vacation at a posh tropical resort turns into a nightmare for four women and a man who wander off into the jungle on a remote part of the island and wage a desperate fight for survival.
34.
Gumball Rally, The (1976)
When the code word "gumball" is passed by a rich young man, two housewives, two stage Englishmen, one Italian lothario, one bug eyed motorcyclist, a couple of Texans, a girly magazine model and other assorted types converge upon New York for a non-stop car race to Long Beach, California.

Sound (special)

35.
Sawdust (1987) as Production Sound Mixer
A comedy-drama pilot in which the dream of running away to join the circus becomes a reality for an otherwise typical American family which trades the suburbs for life under the Big Top. Broadcast as a segment of the "CBS Summer Playhouse."

Film Production - Main (special)

36.
Collected Stories (2002) as Boom Operator
Adaptation of Donald Margulies' play about two writers -- an aging author with a past and her young student, who exploits her mentor's life. A respected short-story writer and teacher in her mid-fifties, Ruth Steiner has carved out a comfortable life for herself in a Greenwich Village apartment tha

Sound (special)

37.
Neon Empire, The (1989)
A two-part television movie/miniseries loosely based on the real-life figures who in the early 1940s transformed Las Vegas from a small, roughly hewn western town into a sophisticated center of gambling, entertainment, and luxurious excess. New York gangster Junior Moloff and Vegas bar owner/cowboy
38.
Atlanta Child Murders, The (1985)
A network cause-celebre on its initial showing because of presumed "liberties" taken with the facts, this five-hour, two-part docudrama was based on the highly charged Wayne Williams case in Atlanta, Georgia -- he was a self-styled black music promoter who was convicted in 1982 of the murder of two
39.
Atlanta Child Murders, The (1985)
A network cause-celebre on its initial showing because of presumed "liberties" taken with the facts, this five-hour, two-part docudrama was based on the highly charged Wayne Williams case in Atlanta, Georgia -- he was a self-styled black music promoter who was convicted in 1982 of the murder of two

Misc. Crew (special)

40.
Atlanta Child Murders, The (1985)
A network cause-celebre on its initial showing because of presumed "liberties" taken with the facts, this five-hour, two-part docudrama was based on the highly charged Wayne Williams case in Atlanta, Georgia -- he was a self-styled black music promoter who was convicted in 1982 of the murder of two

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