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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Film Production - Main (feature film)

1.
In His Father's Shoes (1997)
Young Clay Crosby is bereft when his father Frank succumbs to a fatal illness. When he puts on a pair of magical wing-tipped shoes that Frank bought in a mysterious shop, Clay is transferred back to 1962 and relives his father's life, experiencing firsthand such personal details as Frank's formative
2.
No Contest (1995)
International terrorists take over the Miss Galaxy beauty pageant and threaten to kill the contestants one by one unless their demands are met. Former Miss Galaxy and martial arts expert, Sharon, and Crane, a private detective, work together to outwit the terrorists.
3.
Iron Eagle IV (1995) as Transportation Captain
Retired Air Force General "Chappy" Sinclair opens a flight school for teenagers in trouble with the law, and enlists the aid of a former pilot to help teach them. While in training, the kids and their instructor stumble upon a plot by extremists from within the military to use chemical warfare on Cu
4.
Soft Deceit (1995)
After stashing a huge haul of cash, a convicted robber is pursued by the arresting officer -- who wants the money for himself. A beautiful cop is recruited to seduce the handsome criminal into revealing the whereabouts of the $6 million in stolen loot, but she finds herself falling in love with him.
5.
Thicker Than Blood: The Larry McLinden Story (1994)
Television movie based on the true story of a man who wages a paternity battle against his former live-in girlfriend for his nonbiological son.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

6.
Club Land (2001)
Television movie about father-and-son talent agents in the late 1950s. Willie and Stuey Walters have an unspoken issue between them since the death of Willie's wife/Stuey's mother. Overshadowed by his father's relentlessly aggressive personality in representing a string of Borscht Belt comedians, St
7.
Club Land (2001)
Television movie about father-and-son talent agents in the late 1950s. Willie and Stuey Walters have an unspoken issue between them since the death of Willie's wife/Stuey's mother. Overshadowed by his father's relentlessly aggressive personality in representing a string of Borscht Belt comedians, St
8.
Seventeen Again (2000)
When 12-year-old Willie Donovan's home science project g s awry, his estranged grandparents magically turn 17 again. But they won't enjoy their long-lost youth for long unless Willie can find an antidote to prevent them from dying prematurely.<P>The Donovan family has just moved from Los Angeles to
9.
Run the Wild Fields (2000)
The story of a woman and her daughter who take in a mysterious drifter while her husband is off fighting in WWII.
10.
Sandy Bottom Orchestra, The (2000)
Once a talented classical pianist, Ingrid Green gave up her dreams for life in a small town with dairy farmer Norman and their daughter Rachel. An iconoclast who doesn't quite fit in with middle American life, Ingrid is always battling the one-track minds of those around her, whether it's to save an
11.
Seventeen Again (2000)
When 12-year-old Willie Donovan's home science project g s awry, his estranged grandparents magically turn 17 again. But they won't enjoy their long-lost youth for long unless Willie can find an antidote to prevent them from dying prematurely.<P>The Donovan family has just moved from Los Angeles to
12.
Sandy Bottom Orchestra, The (2000)
Once a talented classical pianist, Ingrid Green gave up her dreams for life in a small town with dairy farmer Norman and their daughter Rachel. An iconoclast who doesn't quite fit in with middle American life, Ingrid is always battling the one-track minds of those around her, whether it's to save an
13.
Run the Wild Fields (2000)
The story of a woman and her daughter who take in a mysterious drifter while her husband is off fighting in WWII.
14.
Love Songs (1999)
A trilogy of stories that depict ordinary people overcoming extraordinary problems with the strength of their love for each other. In "A Love Song For a Champ," an up-and-coming boxer breaks the rules in order to earn much-needed money for his family. Though his money-making scheme does not go as pl
15.
Strange Justice (1999)
An adaptation of Jane Mayer and Jill Abramson's book "Strange Justice," based on Anita Hill's allegations of sexual harassment and impropriety against Clarence Thomas during Thomas' Senate confirmation hearings for the U.S. Supreme Court in October 1991.
16.
Passion of Ayn Rand, The (1999)
Biographical movie on the late novelist and philosopher, Ayn Rand (1905-1982), focusing on the 15-year affair between Rand and her young protege Nathaniel Branden, her friendship with her lover's wife Barbara Branden and her relationship with her husband, artist Frank O'Connor.
17.
Gift of Love: The Daniel Huffman Story (1999)
The true story of Daniel Huffman, a high-school football star who sacrifices his chance for a college scholarship and gives up the sport he loves when he donates his kidney to save the life of his grandmother, Shirlee Allison.
18.
Freak City (1999)
Ruth Ellison, a young woman with multiple sclerosis, is involuntarily placed in the Lewellyn Care Center after the sudden death of her grandmother. Ruth has a disruptive impact on the institution and is frustrated by her developmentally challenged roommate Cass. While making things difficult for the
19.
Summer's End (1999)
A young boy and his older brother spend a summer in their family's lakeside home after the death of their father. When a retired black doctor returns to the community of his boyhood and befriends the younger boy, the two brothers find themselves set against one another as the town's racist past flar
20.
Restless Spirits (1999)
Twelve-year-old Katie Penhallow is distraught when her mother goes off to France on a holiday and leaves her and little brother Simon with their stern grandmother Lydia. Dared by the local kids, Katie visits spooky Potter's Pond late one night, which is rumored to be haunted. She stumbles on the gho
21.
Locked in Silence (1999)
In an effort to find his identity, nine-year-old Stephen Cline goes on a collision course when he and his older brother John create a "conspiracy of silence." Stephen's self-imposed mutism for three years rewards him with everything he's desired; attention from his family, admiration from his peers
22.
Sea People (1999)
Fourteen-year-old Amanda is a loner, living in a small coastal town in Nova Scotia and dreaming of swimming the English Channel. When she sees an old man jumping off an inlet bridge, she dives in to save him. He introduces himself as John McRae and insists he was just going for a swim in the bitterl
23.
Passion of Ayn Rand, The (1999)
Biographical movie on the late novelist and philosopher, Ayn Rand (1905-1982), focusing on the 15-year affair between Rand and her young protege Nathaniel Branden, her friendship with her lover's wife Barbara Branden and her relationship with her husband, artist Frank O'Connor.
24.
Restless Spirits (1999)
Twelve-year-old Katie Penhallow is distraught when her mother goes off to France on a holiday and leaves her and little brother Simon with their stern grandmother Lydia. Dared by the local kids, Katie visits spooky Potter's Pond late one night, which is rumored to be haunted. She stumbles on the gho
25.
Freak City (1999)
Ruth Ellison, a young woman with multiple sclerosis, is involuntarily placed in the Lewellyn Care Center after the sudden death of her grandmother. Ruth has a disruptive impact on the institution and is frustrated by her developmentally challenged roommate Cass. While making things difficult for the
26.
Locked in Silence (1999)
In an effort to find his identity, nine-year-old Stephen Cline goes on a collision course when he and his older brother John create a "conspiracy of silence." Stephen's self-imposed mutism for three years rewards him with everything he's desired; attention from his family, admiration from his peers
27.
Love Songs (1999)
A trilogy of stories that depict ordinary people overcoming extraordinary problems with the strength of their love for each other. In "A Love Song For a Champ," an up-and-coming boxer breaks the rules in order to earn much-needed money for his family. Though his money-making scheme does not go as pl
28.
Gift of Love: The Daniel Huffman Story (1999)
The true story of Daniel Huffman, a high-school football star who sacrifices his chance for a college scholarship and gives up the sport he loves when he donates his kidney to save the life of his grandmother, Shirlee Allison.
29.
Summer's End (1999)
A young boy and his older brother spend a summer in their family's lakeside home after the death of their father. When a retired black doctor returns to the community of his boyhood and befriends the younger boy, the two brothers find themselves set against one another as the town's racist past flar
30.
Strange Justice (1999)
An adaptation of Jane Mayer and Jill Abramson's book "Strange Justice," based on Anita Hill's allegations of sexual harassment and impropriety against Clarence Thomas during Thomas' Senate confirmation hearings for the U.S. Supreme Court in October 1991.
31.
Sea People (1999)
Fourteen-year-old Amanda is a loner, living in a small coastal town in Nova Scotia and dreaming of swimming the English Channel. When she sees an old man jumping off an inlet bridge, she dives in to save him. He introduces himself as John McRae and insists he was just going for a swim in the bitterl
32.
Down in the Delta (1998)
An elderly African-American woman, desperate to get her family out of the Chicago projects, sends them to live with her brother-in-law in Mississippi. Loretta isn't keen to go, as she drinks too much and the uncle lives in a dry county. Uncle Earl has enough on his plate already, as he has a struggl
33.
Sweetest Gift, The (1998)
In rural Florida, the Wilson and Martin families overcome racial prejudice to support and nurture one another when times are tough.
34.
Blind Faith (1998)
Drama set in 1957, Bronx, New York. John Williams is an African-American criminal defense attorney. His older brother, Charles, is a police officer who has worked his way up in the white establishment. His younger brother, Eddie, is a jazz musician involved in the beginnings of the civil rights move
35.
Sweetest Gift, The (1998)
In rural Florida, the Wilson and Martin families overcome racial prejudice to support and nurture one another when times are tough.
36.
Blind Faith (1998)
Drama set in 1957, Bronx, New York. John Williams is an African-American criminal defense attorney. His older brother, Charles, is a police officer who has worked his way up in the white establishment. His younger brother, Eddie, is a jazz musician involved in the beginnings of the civil rights move
37.
Down in the Delta (1998)
An elderly African-American woman, desperate to get her family out of the Chicago projects, sends them to live with her brother-in-law in Mississippi. Loretta isn't keen to go, as she drinks too much and the uncle lives in a dry county. Uncle Earl has enough on his plate already, as he has a struggl
40.
Spenser: Ceremony (1993)
Private investigator Spenser rescues a young girl from the world of teenage prostitution when she uncovers a dangerous secret that could destroy a political candidate's future.
41.
Spenser: Ceremony (1993)
Private investigator Spenser rescues a young girl from the world of teenage prostitution when she uncovers a dangerous secret that could destroy a political candidate's future.

Film Production - Main (TV Mini-Series)

42.
Face Down (1997) as Driver

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

43.
Thanks of a Grateful Nation (1998)
Television movie that follows different individuals who are affected by mysterious illnesses when they return home from the Persian Gulf. Jim Tuite, a former Presidential Secret Service agent working for Senator Donald Riegle, not only discovers that many veterans are affected by Gulf War Syndrome,
44.
Thanks of a Grateful Nation (1998)
Television movie that follows different individuals who are affected by mysterious illnesses when they return home from the Persian Gulf. Jim Tuite, a former Presidential Secret Service agent working for Senator Donald Riegle, not only discovers that many veterans are affected by Gulf War Syndrome,

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