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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Publicity (feature film)

1.
X-Team (2003)
Television movie about five of the best extreme sport athletes who are recruited as members of the National Security Administration Extraction and Rescue Team, a select group of secret agents.
2.
Snow White: The Fairest of Them All (2002)
Adaptation of the Grimm fairy tale "Snow White." The beauty of a beloved princess makes her the target of her evil stepmother, Queen Elspeth.<P>Snow White's mother dies during childbirth, leaving infant Snow White and her father, John, alone and starving on the icy winter plains. Wandering and delir
3.
Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story (2001)
The story of Shirley Temple, who was the top box-office draw in America before the age of 10 and has remained the most successful child star ever.
4.
Ladies and the Champ (2001)
Quaint and sleepy Younger, Illinois, is home to retirees, Sarah Stevenson, an adventuress at heart, and best friend and roommate, Margaret Smith, a widow who spends much of her time planning her own funeral. When Sarah and Margaret see a boxing match on their newly installed cable TV, they are trans
5.
Inside the Osmonds (2001)
A behind-the-scenes look at the Osmond family, as they try to conquer the world of show business and still stay true to their values and beliefs. The movie focuses primarily on the late '60s through the '80s when the group found their greatest success and faced some of their biggest challenges.
6.
When Billie Beat Bobby (2001)
Television movie about the events leading up to the 1972 "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs that put women's sports on the map.<P>The "Battle of the Sexes" was a sociological event that fed on the burgeoning women's liberation movement of the time. Bobby Rigg
7.
These Old Broads (2001)
The careers of Kate Westburn, Addie Holden and Piper Grayson -- three great stars of Hollywood's golden age of movie musicals -- are revived when the one film they made together unexpectedly becomes a huge cult hit in re-release. Seeing an opportunity to save his precarious network job, Gavin, a tel
8.
Life-Size (2000)
A fashion doll comes to life and changes the lives of a widower and his 12-year-old daughter. After the death of her mother, Casey finds she is drifting away from her father Ben. When she finds a book of spells, Casey becomes obsessed with bringing her mother back to life. Through a series of mishap
9.
Growing Pains Movie, The (2000)
Reunion telefilm of the sitcom "Growing Pains." The Seavers' now grown kids -- Mike, Carol, Ben and Chrissy -- reluctantly band together after their dad, Jason, insists that they help their mom, Maggie, in her grassroots bid for a seat in Congress.
10.
Geppetto (2000)
A retelling of the classic "Pinocchio" tale, as seen through the eyes of Geppetto, the Italian toymaker and father of Pinocchio, the wooden puppet who wants to be a real boy.<P>In the town of Villagio, around 1850, Geppetto wants a child to complete his life, and the Blue Fairy grants his wish for a
11.
Mail to the Chief (2000)
President A. Thorton Osgood III is running for re-election but is out of touch with the average middle-class American citizen. Osgood's uptight but loyal Chief of Staff, Katherine Horner, encourages him to jump on the Internet, where he strikes up a friendship with an anonymous individual, assumed t
12.
New Adventures of Spin & Marty: Suspect Behavior, The (2000)
An update of the series "Spin and Marty," which aired in 1955 as a segment of "The Mickey Mouse Club." Snooty, young Marty Markhamis is left in the care of family butler Jordan by his Paris-bound parents. Before mom and dad leave, they issue an edict: If the solitary Marty fails to make a friend wit
13.
Loretta Claiborne Story, The (2000)
Television movie based on the true story of Loretta Claiborne, a mentally and physically challenged African-American woman, who became a champion Special Olympics athlete. Unable to walk or talk before the age of 4, Claiborne holds the Special Olympics record for the one-mile run, has completed more
14.
Muhammad Ali: King of the World (2000)
Television movie about boxing champion Muhammad Ali. Charismatic self-promoter Cassius Clay was just another contender for the world heavyweight title until his 1964 fight against Sonny Liston, when his claim to be "the greatest" turned out to be true.
15.
Beach Boys: An American Family, The (2000)
Miniseries about California Surf band, The Beach Boys, whose lyrics transformed the image of the West Coast for a generation of young Americans. The drama chronicles the early years of Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson; their cousin Mike Love; and friend Al Jardine. As teenagers, they went from humble b
16.
Switching Goals (1999)
Television movie about twins with opposite personalities who switch identities and join competing soccer teams. Emma is fashion-conscious and Sam is a super athlete. Their dad Jerry owns a sporting goods store and maintains an over-competitive athletic zeal. Their mom Denise is a pyschologist who be
17.
H-E Double Hockey Sticks (1999)
An adaptation of Lucas Foss and Alistair Reid's 1965 opera about Griffelkin, a bumbling devil, sent to Earth to earn his horns. Ms. B, the head of the Beelzebub Vocational Institute, orders Griffelkin to steal the soul of Dave Heinrich, a selfish hockey player for the Delaware Demons, who will stop
18.
Sabrina Down Under (1999)
Sabrina and best friend Gwen travel to Australia where the teenage witch aspires to learn about marine biology. Dr. Julian Martin informs Sabrina that the island's marine mammals are falling ill from some mysterious pollution. When she meets Barnaby, a handsome merman who suffers from the same malad
19.
Saintly Switch, A (1999)
When Dan Anderson, an aging quarterback, is traded to the New Orleans Saints, he and his family move into an old house once owned by a Creole sorceress. His children Annette and Clarke soon discover her book of magic and cast a spell to stop their parent's feuding. When Dan and his pregnant wife Sar
20.
Rear Window (1998)
An update of the Cornell Woolrich short story that inspired Alfred Hitchcock's film, "Rear Window" (1954). Jason Kemp, a paralyzed man confined to a wheelchair, believes he has witnessed a murder from his apartment window. Jason's colleague Claudia becomes his partner in trying to solve the mysterio

Publicity (special)

21.
American Bandstand 50th Anniversary (2002) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Dick Clark brings some of the biggest names from the music world -- past and present -- to perform and celebrate the milestone anniversary of "American Bandstand," the show that began as a local Philadelphia dance program five decades ago.
22.
Michelle Kwan: Princess on Ice (2001) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Ice skating special featuring world champion figure skater Michelle Kwan and guests.
23.
2001 Radio Music Awards, The (2001) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Coverage of the Radio Music Awards presentation, which recognizes the achievements of recording artists and radio personalities in the musical formats of Top 40/Pop radio; Pop Alternative radio; Hip Hop/Rhythmic radio; Alternative/Rock radio; and Country radio.
24.
28th Annual American Music Awards, The (2001) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Live coverage of the 28th annual American Music Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
25.
BEFORE THEY WERE STARS! (2001) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
A look at celebrities in their earliest performances before they were famous. Highlights include: a screen test of Cameron Diaz; a Canadian television program starring Mike Myers; Christine Aguilera and Justin Timberlake making their television debuts on "Star Search"; Britney Spears performance for
26.
73rd Annual Academy Awards, The (2001) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Live coverage of the 73rd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
27.
Best Commercials You've Never Seen (And Some You Have) 5, The (2001) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Special features a compilation of some funny and outlandish commercials from all over the world.
28.
4th Annual Celebrity Weddings: In Style, The (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
ABC and In Style Magazine team up to showcase the celebrity weddings of the year, including the weddings of Celine Dion, Jenny McCarthy, Vanessa Williams, David James Elliott, Rob Thomas of Matchbox 20, Raquel Welch and Lela Rochon. The program also looks at how stars like Jerry Seinfeld, Stacey Das
29.
Walt Disney World 'Twas the Night Before Christmas (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
A Christmas celebration from Walt Disney World. Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie act as "Santa Trackers," keeping tabs on Santa's progress around the globe from Santa Tracking Headquarters. The program features performances of classic Christmas songs set amid the holiday glitter of Walt Di
30.
27th Annual American Music Awards, The (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Presentation of the American Music Awards honoring the top artists in all forms of music.
31.
Best Commercials You've Never Seen, Holiday Edition (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Hosted by the commercial spokespersons, the "Whassup" guys -- Scott Brooks, Paul Williams and Fred Thomas -- the special features holiday commericals from around the world.
32.
ABC 2000: The Vote (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Peter Jennings anchors ABC News' live coverage of election night 2000 from the ABC broadcast facility at 1500 Broadway, overlooking New York's Times Square. A team of correspondents and analysts report on the results of the presidential race, as well as key Senate, House and gubernatorial races.
33.
52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Live coverage of the 52nd annual Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
34.
World's Scariest Ghosts: Caught on Tape (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
The program features footage of ghosts, poltergeists and apparitions collected and documented on videotape and photographs by everyday people and from teams of paranormal investigators armed with state-of-the-art, high-tech gear. Highlights include: a bungalow in San Pedro, California, that drips bl
35.
Best Commercials You've Never Seen (And Some You Have) 4, The (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
A look at funny and odd commercials from around the world.
36.
Countdown to the Emmys 2000 (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Live coverage of celebrities as they arrive for the 52nd annual Emmy Awards presentation at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Includes interviews of the arriving stars, highlights of the key races, a look at the fashions, and a preview of the behind-the-scenes preparations for the event.
37.
27th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (2000) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Live coverage of the 27th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
38.
After New Year's Eve With David Sanborn (1999) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Saxophonist David Sanborn hosts an after New Year's Eve party with music guests from Unitel Television Studio 55 in Manhattan.
39.
Barbara Walters Presents the 10 Most Fascinating People of 1999 (1999) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Interview special hosted by Barbara Walters, spotlighting some of the year's biggest names in entertainment, politics, business and sports, culminating with the announcement of the "Most Fascinating" person of 1999.
40.
Best TV You've Never Seen (And Some You Have), The (1999) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
A look at television programs from around the world. Highlights include: "Takeshi's Castle," a Japanese game show; "Don't Forget Your Toothbrush," a British show where people get to travel to an exotic place if they humiliate themselves first; "Beat the Crusher," a show from Scotland in which people
41.
Puppies Present Incredible Animal Tales, The (1998) as Publicist (Abc/New York)
Real-life puppies, Diva, Bingo, Rufus, Squidgee and True, enhanced by computer animation, appear to speak and introduce heroic animal stories with actual home video footage, commercials and re-enactments of pet tricks.

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