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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Dark Mansions (1986) as David Forbes
Contemporary gothic drama about a young woman (Linda Purl) hired to write the family history of a shipbuilding dynasty and finding supernatural forces at work when she moves into the clan's compound on a lonely, windswept bluff near Seattle. Initially, Loretta Young had been coaxed out of retirement
2.
How to Beat the High Cost of Living (1980) as Charlie Goldring
Flat broke and frustrated, three suburban housewives plot to rob a local shopping center.
3.
Golden Gate Murders, The (1979) as Chief Sullivan
Gruff detective Janssen reluctantly joins with nun York to prove that a priest's fall from the Golden Gate Bridge was murder instead of the official verdict of suicide. This had all the look of a pilot to a prospective and somewhat off-beat series, and has been shown theatrically overseas as "Specte
4.
Born Again (1978)
Charles Colson was involved in the infamous Watergate scandal that brought down the administration of former President Richard Nixon. Colson was sentenced to prison for the crimes he committed in the name of "national security", and while in prison he underwent a religious conversion. This film tells the story of his life up to, including and after his conversion.
5.
Ghost of Flight 401, The (1978) as Bailey
A supernatural mystery involving an actual plane crash in December 1972 in the Florida Everglades and the subsequent legend growing from it about the recurring presence on other flights of the ghostly figure of its captain. For his photography, Howard R. Schwartz won an Emmy Award nomination.
6.
Don't Push, I'll Charge When I'm Ready (1977) as General
An old-fashioned service comedy -- the kind Bob Hope used to make in the 1940s -- telling of the misadventures of an Italian POW who is drafted into the American army during World War II. Made in 1969, it was produced and directed by Bob Hope's son-in-law, with Italian actor Enzo Cerusico, remembere
7.
In the Matter of Karen Ann Quinlan (1977) as Attorney General
A fact-based drama about the ordeal of a New Jersey couple over whether to keep their comatose teenage daughter alive on life-supporting machines or let her die with dignity. (The girl lapsed into a coma in the spring of 1975, and lived for another decade.)
8.
Sidewinder One (1977) as Gentry Executive
A motocross racer is working on developing a high-performance motorcycle and is pursuing a relationship with a wealthy young woman.
9.
Girl in the Empty Grave, The (1977) as Macelwee
In this pilot film for a series about a small-town police chief, an investigation is launched after a girl, believed to have died months earlier, turns up at the funeral of her murdered parents. Andy Griffith, in search of a successful follow-up series to "The Andy Griffith Show," played his familiar homespun law enforcer, this time without laughs, and without a series.
10.
Little Ladies of the Night (1977) as 3rd Senator
A one-time pimp turned big-city cop takes an interest in a teenage runaway who has been drawn into the hard world of prostitution after being shunned by her parents. Originally this was to have premiered in September 1976.
11.
Babe (1975) as Grantland Rice
Susan Clark here gave an Emmy Award-winning performance as America's foremost woman athlete who won two Olympic track-and-field gold medals in 1932 and went on to become a world champion golfer. The film traces her development as an athlete, her battles to be accepted in sports, her marriage to wrestler-turned-promoter George Zaharias (played by ex-football pro Alex Karras), and her losing struggle with cancer. In addition to an Emmy for its star, the movie also received a nomination as the Outstanding Special of 1975-76, and director Buzz Kulik and writer Joanna Lee were nominated for their work, as were composer Jerry Goldsmith, cinematographer Charles Wheeler, editor Henry Berman and makeup artist William Tuttle.
12.
Turning Point of Jim Malloy, The (1975) as A J Conrad
Life in John O'Hara's small Pennsylvania town of Gibbsville with the son of the town doctor returning home after being kicked out of Yale and finding a new career on the town's newspaper. Originally it was called "John O'Hara's Gibbsville," which became the title for the short-lived (late 1976) seri
13.
Panic On The 5:22 (1974) as A C Thompson
Terror rides a private railroad car where passengers have only their wits as weapons against three armed men determined to rob and kill them.
14.
Missiles of October, The (1974) as J W Fulbright
A three-hour television movie dramatizing the events surrounding the Cuban missile crisis of 1962, when the Soviet Union tried to establish nuclear ballistic missles on Cuba in defiance of the American demands that they be removed. Some months later, the U.S. removed its own missles from bases in Tu
15.
President's Plane Is Missing, The (1973) as Admiral Phillips
A political thriller based on the 1967 novel by Robert J. Serling (Rod's brother) about an incompetent vice president who is left in control of the government when Air Force One mysteriously disappears with the President aboard.<P>Although filmed in 1971, it was held up for two and a half years foll
16.
Spook Who Sat By the Door, The (1973) as General
A flunkey black CIA man (reluctantly admitted in the first place), leaves the Agency to put his training to use in the covert indoctrination and organization of urban guerrila warfare units (made up of black street gangs), which move to overthrow the repressive government.
17.
Adventures of Nick Carter, The (1972) as Sam Bates
Nick Carter learns that a fellow private eye's death is tied into the disappearance of a wealthy playboy's wife, and he hunts for the killer among the social register as well as the dregs of 1912 New York. Pilot to a prospective series.
18.
Man on a String (1972) as Judge
A government undercover agent, out to smash a crime ring, finds himself in the middle of a mob war in this pilot for a proposed new version of the old TV series "Tightrope" (1959-60) that had made a star of Mike Connors.
19.
The Resurrection of Zachary Wheeler (1971) as
A U.S. Senator is spirited away to a secret New Mexico medical lab after a serious car crash. His injuries are completely healed by a secret organization that has developed advanced medical technology. What does the organization want in exchange for saving his life? Meanwhile, a reporter who witnessed the accident decides to investigate the senator's disappearance.
20.
Johnny Got His Gun (1971) as Brigadier general
A disfigured veteran struggles with memories of the past while trying to communicate.
21.
The Forbin Project (1970) as Secretary of State
Forbin is the designer of an incredibly sophisticated computer that will run all of America's nuclear defenses. Shortly after being turned on, it detects the existence of Guardian, the Soviet counterpart, previously unknown to US Planners. Both computers insist that they be linked, and after taking safeguards to preserve confidential material, each side agrees to allow it. As soon as the link is established the two become a new Super computer and threaten the world with the immediate launch of nuclear weapons if they are detached. Colossus begins to give it's plans for the management of the world under it's guidance. Forbin and the other scientists form a technological resistance to Colossus which must operate underground.
22.
Maryjane (1968) as Judge
A high school teacher discovers that many of his students are being turned onto marijuana and discovers that one of his fellow teachers is the dealer.
23.
40 Guns to Apache Pass (1967) as Colonel Reed
A Cavalry captain fights to get a shipment of rifles to besieged settlers.
24.
The Strangler (1964) as Dr. Morton
A lab technician with low self esteem, brought on by his dominant mother, becomes a serial killer of female nurses.
25.
Black Zoo (1963) as Coroner
26.
Captain Newman, M. D. (1963) as Hollingshead
A World War II Army psychiatrist tries to help his battle-shocked patients.
27.
Police Nurse (1963) as Capt. Pete Ingersoll
28.
Panic in Year Zero! (1962) as Haenel
A vacationing family tries to survive the aftermath of nuclear war.
29.
Wake Me When It's Over (1960) as Maj. Horace Tillman
A WW II veteran, is sent back into the service due to some bureaucratic mistake. It is peace-time and he's shipped off to a remote South Pacific island Naval radar station, where all the servicemen there are so bored and eccentric that he concocts an idea that they should turn the island into a reso
30.
This Rebel Breed (1960) as A teacher
31.
Let's Make Love (1960) as Board member
A millionaire uses a fake name to infiltrate a musical making fun of him.
32.
The Best of Everything (1959) as Executive
Three secretaries look for love while working in the publishing business.
33.
Operation Dames (1959) as Benny [Sullivan]
34.
But Not for Me (1959) as Leading man
Russ Ward, after 30 years of producing Broadway plays, is ready to quit. His secretary, Ellie Brown, on being given notice, tells him she loves him. Russ proceeds to turn this into a hit play starring Ellie and romance her in a May-December affair.

Cast (special)

35.
Riding For the Pony Express (1980) as Rev Slaughter
The story, set in the Old West, follows the adventures of Jed Beechum and Albie Foreman, riders for the Pony Express. In the pilot episode, Jed and Albie become involved in a venture to find water for the drought-stricken town of Layover.
36.
Supercops (1975) as Lieutenant Gorney
The exploits of Dave Greenberg and Bobby Hantz, two New York City police officers known as "Batman and Robin" for their daring tactics and record number of arrests and convictions. The pilot episode depicts their efforts to apprehend a thief who sadistically victimizes only big-time gamblers.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

37.
War and Remembrance (1988) as Admiral William Leahy
A 12-part miniseries continuing Herman Wouk's epic two-volume saga which began with "The Winds of War." The first 17-hour installment begins one week after Pearl Harbor. The family of career naval officer Captain Victor "Pug" Henry is scattered around the globe. Pug and his son, Byron, are fighting

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

38.
Winds of War, The (1983) as Admiral Preble
Herman Wouk's best-selling 1971 epic about a fictional Navy family in the days leading up to Pearl Harbor came to TV in this 16-hour miniseries over seven nights (initially it had been planned for only twelve hours). At about $40-million, it was the single most expensive television event up to that
39.
Bare Essence (1982)
In her prime-time starring debut, Genie Francis (of the daytime drama "General Hospital") is a spunky Malibu girl whose Hollywood mogul father dies and whose much-married mother (Linda Evans) invites her back East where she gets a job with a conglomerate that had backed her dad's last movie, and the
40.
Valley Of The Dolls (1981) as Minister
This contemporary updating of Jacqueline Susann's 1960s best-seller (plus, apparently, material omitted from the published novel) offers Catherine Hicks, Lisa Hartman and Veronica Hamel in the roles played in the 1967 film by Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke and Sharon Tate. Jean Simmons has the part tha
41.
Power (1980) as Harry Bliss
Loosely based on the life of Jimmy Hoffa, this four-hour movie traces the rise of Tommy Vanda (played by Joe Don Baker) from Chicago dock worker to influential labor leader who, like Hoffa, eventually finds himself behind bars in a federal prison and later, not long after his parole, and again like
42.
Evening in Byzantium (1978) as Judge
43.

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