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Cast (feature film)

1.
Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002)
A documentary about a group of Detroit musicians who backed up dozens of Motown artists.
2.
Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002) as Himself
A documentary about a group of Detroit musicians who backed up dozens of Motown artists.
3.
Unexpected Life, An (1998) as Band Member
Sequel to the 1996 USA Network television movie "An Unexpected Family." Continues the story of Barbara Whitney, a career woman who takes custody of her niece and nephew after their mother -- Barbara's sister -- abandons them. Along with her boyfriend Sam, Barbara decides to move from the city to the
4.
Shakes the Clown (1991)
A down and out clown tries to clear his name of murder.
5.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
A tough detective tries to clear a cartoon character charged with murder.
6.
Class (1983)
A slightly repressed working-class teen gets a scholarship to a prestigious prep-school, but his world is turned upside-down when he has an affair with his wealthy roommate's mother.
7.
Matter of Life and Death, A (1981)
Inspired by a story that appeared on "60 minutes" in 1978 about Joy Ufema, a nurse dedicated to treating the terminally ill, Linda Lavin turned it into this TV movie for her Big Deal, Inc. production outfit, teaming with Tyne Daly, playing Joy's psychologist friend and confidante. Coincidentally, an
8.
Specialists, The (1975) as Leonard Pitt
The pilot film for a prospective series called "Vector", in which a team of U.S. Public Health epidemiologists must trace the cause of health hazards that may start epidemics. Several plot threads: an entire grammar school is afflicted with an unidentified itching rash; a female victim of a rare str

Music (feature film)

9.
Onion Movie, The (2008)
A series of sketches that encompasses the sharp, uncensored comic tone of The Onion (the former underground college paper that has grown to be "America's Finest News Source") and sheds light on the various hypocrisies of the world today.
10.
World Trade Center (2006)
September 11, 2001 was an unusually warm day in New York. Will Jimeno, an officer with the Port Authority Police Department, was tempted to take a personal day to enjoy his hobby of bow hunting, but ultimately decided that he would go to work. Sergeant John McLoughlin, a respected veteran of the PAP
11.
Starsky & Hutch (2004) as Theme Music ("Starsky & Hutch Theme")
Detective David Starsky is the most dedicated undercover cop working the mean streets of Bay City, California. Maniacally devoted to his job, when he's on duty no crime goes unpunished--and he's always on duty. And that's a good thing, because he has some metaphorically big shoes to fill: his mother was a legend on the force, one of the best cops in the history of Bay City. But while his mom stuck with the same partner throughout her entire career, due to his extremely zealous brand of police work, Starsky burns through partners faster than his beloved Gran Torino goes through spark plugs. Detective Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson is having career issues of his own--he's a good cop, but his hazardously laidback personality and desire for a quick buck don't always get the job done. He has excellent instincts, he just needs a little bit of focus to keep him on the admittedly less profitable side of the law. Exasperated Bay City Police Captain Dobey has found the perfect solution for two of his biggest problems: pair up Starsky and Hutch and put them out on the streets. As soon as the two mismatched crime fighters unhappily begin their first day on the beat as a team, a "floater" turns up on the Bay City coastline. With the help of Hutch's dynamite, street-savvy informant Huggy Bear, the two begin to unravel the mysterious murder case. Investigating their first clue, the boys meet Staci and Holly, of the Bay City Cheerleaders, who are more than eager to help--in any way they can. All signs seem to point at wealthy businessman Reese Feldman, but Starsky and Hutch just can't seem to make a case against him. Unbeknownst to them, Feldman has cooked up a plan to foil the DEA and is plotting the biggest and most lucrative drug deal of his career. The unlikely duo will use their canniest undercover skills, hardcore street smarts and striking good looks to solve the crime and make sure the criminal does the time.
12.
Jasper, Texas (2003)
Based on the true story of a violent racially motivated murder that took place in Jasper, Texas in June of 1998. A black man, James Byrd, Jr., was chained to the back of apick-up truck and dragged to his death by three white men. Almost overnight, the small town was thrust into the blinding glare
13.
Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002) as Horn Arranger ("You'Ve Really Got A Hold On Me")
A documentary about a group of Detroit musicians who backed up dozens of Motown artists.
14.
Whole Nine Yards, The (2000) as Songs ("Cafe" "I Miss You Most On Saturdays")
Oz is a nice-guy dentist who is beaten down by his wife Sophie and his mother-in-law who constantly demean him. Oz is scrambling to dig himself out of the state of financial ruin that his father-in-law has left in, finally coming to the gloomy realization that he is worth more dead than alive -- a sentiment that takes on a whole new meaning when mobster, and celebrated hit-man, Jimmy 'The Tulip' Tudeski moves in next store.
15.
Isn't She Great (2000) as Alto Sax
Before Jacqueline Susann published her best-selling novel "Valley of the Dolls," she was deteremined to find her place in the spotlight. When a friend told her that "talent wasn't everything" she embarked on a quest to find someone to promote her. She found Irving Mansfield, a manager and publicist
16.
Toy Story 2 (1999) as Song Performer ("You'Ve Got A Friend In Me")
The adventures of toys Woody and Buzz Lightyear continue when their owner Andy goes off to summer camp, leaving them to their own devices. Things take a bad turn when an obsessive toy collector kidnaps Woody because he is a highly valuable collector's item. Buzz Lightyear, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Do
17.
Unexpected Life, An (1998)
Sequel to the 1996 USA Network television movie "An Unexpected Family." Continues the story of Barbara Whitney, a career woman who takes custody of her niece and nephew after their mother -- Barbara's sister -- abandons them. Along with her boyfriend Sam, Barbara decides to move from the city to the
18.
Hope Floats (1998) as Ewi And Sax Solos
A woman's husband confesses he is cheating on a national talk show. Humiliated and getting a divorce she returns to her small home town in Texas with her daughter.
19.
Unexpected Family, An (1996)
While caring for her sister's children who were abandoned on her doorstep, a woman learns a lesson in love.
20.
Mother's Prayer, A (1995)
Rosemary Holmstrom is the widowed mother of 8 year-old T.J. When she is diagnosed as HIV-positive, she is faced not only with the fear and process of dying, but also the shame and fear of the short life ahead of her. Monitored at a health clinic by a sometimes caustic but always understanding nurse,
21.
Love Affair (1994) as Additional Song Arrangements
After meeting and falling in love, a couple plan a rendezvous six months later. When one of them is injured on the way to the meeting, the other waits without knowing what happened.
22.
Percy and Thunder (1993)
A young black fighter and his veteran trainer are pitted against big-money boxing's bureaucracy of influence and greed.
23.
It's Nothing Personal (1993)
A disheartened policewoman leaves the force to become a bounty hunter.
24.
Shakes the Clown (1991) as Songs ("Pepe'S Theme" "Binky Fever")
A down and out clown tries to clear his name of murder.
25.
Shakes the Clown (1991) as Music
A down and out clown tries to clear his name of murder.
26.
Funny About Love (1990) as Music ("Making The Grade")
A romantic comedy about a cartoonist who wants to be a father.
27.
Mothers, Daughters and Lovers (1989)
A single working mother is determined to make a go of it with her two daughters in a small rural community, American River, despite her eldest daughter's burning desire to leave the quaint but provincial place. She is the proprietor of a truckstop motel and diner.
28.
Final Notice (1989)
A case of library vandalism takes on ominous overtones when clues to a grizzly murder are uncovered. A detective and librarian join forces to ferret out the crazed killer.
29.
Run Till You Fall (1988)
A small-time private eye tries to win back his estranged wife and their young disabled son.
30.
Father's Homecoming, A (1988)
Students deal with co-education, parental problems and class differences at a small New England boarding school.
31.
Soul Man (1986) as Music
A young man pretends to be black to receive a scholarship to law school.
32.
Leftovers, The (1986)
Max Sinclair, a director of a foster facility for older children who has his work cut out for him by his charges. The wild bunch of kids and the grown-ups who care for them go to extraordinary lengths to keep their impromptu "family" together.
33.
Fast Forward (1985) as Song Performer ("Lollipoppin")
Eight young dancers travel from Ohio to New York City to compete in a talent contest. However, upon their arrival, they find that they have a long wait before their part in the competition will begin. On their own in the big city, the young people learn about a kind of life that they have never know
34.
Fast Forward (1985) as Song
Eight young dancers travel from Ohio to New York City to compete in a talent contest. However, upon their arrival, they find that they have a long wait before their part in the competition will begin. On their own in the big city, the young people learn about a kind of life that they have never know
35.
Just One of the Guys (1985) as Music
A pretty high-schooler, who's never taken seriously, diguises herself as a boy in order to enter a citywide studetn journalism competition.
36.
Badge of the Assassin (1985)
A television movie about Robert K. Tannenbaum, an Assistant District Attorney of New York County, who is immersed in a grueling and tense effort to trace, apprehend, and convict the men who brutally killed police officers Waverly Jones and Jospeh Piagentini in a sensational crime that stunned New Yo
37.
Fast Forward (1985) as Music
Eight young dancers travel from Ohio to New York City to compete in a talent contest. However, upon their arrival, they find that they have a long wait before their part in the competition will begin. On their own in the big city, the young people learn about a kind of life that they have never know
38.
Family Ties Vacation (1985)
In a television movie based on NBC-TV's comedy series "Family Ties," the Keaton family visits historic London for a vacation to be remembered. Steven and Elyse unwittingly become embroiled in international espionage; Alex struggles with some tough classes and even tougher classmates at Oxford Univer
39.
Sure Thing, The (1985) as Music
Traveling to a spring break hookup, a college freshman has to car pool with a fussy female classmate.
40.
Blame It on the Night (1984) as Music Supervisor
41.
Hard to Hold (1984) as Music
Pretentious claptrap clothed in a 1984 rock-music love story that never goes beyond the superficial. Springfield is a highly successful rock songwriter-performer. While driving in his car, he meets Eilber, a tense child psychologist. The two quickly fall in love, and he pursues her around San Francisco until he catches her. Interspersed with the insipid love story is a subplot about Springfield's having songwriter's block.
42.
Blame It on the Night (1984) as Music; Music ("Blame It On The Night" "Another One Night Stand" "Takin' Care Of You" "Stone Me")
43.
Going Berserk (1983) as Music
Off-the wall comedy which lampoons everything from religious cults to Kung Fu movies.
44.
Class (1983) as Additional Music
A slightly repressed working-class teen gets a scholarship to a prestigious prep-school, but his world is turned upside-down when he has an affair with his wealthy roommate's mother.
45.
Hanky-Panky (1982) as Music
When the beauty with whom he shared a taxi is murdered, a man is forced to go on the run.
46.
Our Family Business (1981)
This film, dealing with the life and family of a syndicate boss (played by actor/director Sam Wanamaker), emerged as an off-beat pilot to a prospective series -- TV's first dealing exclusively with organized crime from the syndicate's point of view. Ted Danson, later to find stardom on "Cheers", is
47.
Stir Crazy (1980) as Songs ("Eat Your Heart Out" "Watch Her Dance" "The Love Of A Cowboy")
Two innocents go to prison after being framed for a bank robbery.
48.
Stir Crazy (1980) as Music
Two innocents go to prison after being framed for a bank robbery.
49.
Americathon (1979) as Music
In the not too distant future, the United States government is virtually bankrupt and in danger of being foreclosed on by a group of Native Americans, now owners of the massive Nike Corporation. A desperate President decides to make a last-ditch effort to save the country... by raising money with a telethon!
50.
Comedy Company, The (1978)
An ex-comedian fights to keep a failing nightclub alive as a showcase for aspiring young comics.
51.
Twin Detectives (1976)
Identical twin detectives use their look-alike images to appear to be in two places at the same time in an attempt to expose a psychic con group, but become involved in a deadly game when a beautiful medium turns up murdered. This unsuccessful pilot for a series marked the TV movie debut for veteran
52.
Sidecar Racers (1975) as Music
53.
Uptown Saturday Night (1974) as Music
Comedy duo Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby star as two ordinary joes, who entangle themselves in an underworld mess, while out to find a stolen lottery ticket worth fifty grand.
54.
Trouble Comes to Town (1973)
A racial drama involving a liberal southern sheriff who brings into his home a northern black delinquent, the son of the man who had saved his life in Korea.
55.
Class of '63 (1973)
A campus reunion is the setting for a jealous husband to take revenge on his wife's former lover, his college rival, still convinced that the two are seeing each other after all these years.
56.
Firehouse (1973)
Conflict erupts within a close-knit engine company of a big city fire department when a black recruit and a bigoted white veteran clash during a wave of suspected arson in the ghetto. Pilot to the short-lived series that began a run in January 1974, with James Drury (replacing Vince Edwards) and Ric
57.
Girls of Huntington House, The (1973)
An unmarried teacher in a school for unwed mothers finds herself increasingly drawn to her students' problems, leading to a deep emotional crisis.

Sound (feature film)

58.
Heaven Help Us (1985)
A coming of age story set in a brooklyn prep school circa 1965.
59.
Creature (1985) as Sound Rerecording Mixer
60.
Survivors, the Blues Today (1984) as Sound Rerecording

Misc. Crew (feature film)

61.
Soul Power (2008)
The three-day music festival Zaire '74 and the emerging musical crossover between Africa and America is documented.
62.
Creature (1985)

Cast (special)

64.
Comic Relief American Comedy Festival (1996)
Well-known comedians introduce the best of American comedy to benefit Comic Relief. Taped live at the Universal Ampitheater in Los Angeles, the special highlights the different areas of comedy ranging from new comics to sketch comedy and impressionists.
65.
American Reunion: New Beginnings, Renewed Hope, An (1993)
A special featuring entertainment stars performing in the first and largest presidential inaugural event.
66.
American Bandstand 40th Anniversary Special (1992)
A special commemorating the 40th anniversary of the long-run television series, "American Bandstand". Included are clips showcasing past musical performances and recollections by artists who appeared on the show or were influenced by it.
67.
Best of Country '92: Countdown at the Neon Armadillo, The (1992)
A special featuring country music performers of the '90s and a tribute to Clint Black.
68.
Comic Relief V (1992)
A live broadcast of the fifth annual "Comic Relief" fundraiser to help homeless Americans.
69.
Comic Relief IV (1990)
The fourth annual "Comic Relief" fundraiser to help homeless Americans. The five-hour presentation is broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York.
70.
Late Night With David Letterman Sixth Anniversary Show (1988)
David Letterman hosts this 90-minute prime-time special, celebrating the sixth anniversary of the "Late Night With David Letterman" show. Taped January 24, 1988 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
71.
Coca-Cola Presents Live: The Hard Rock (1988)
A special benefit concert for the homeless, presented live from the "Spartacus" set at Universal Studios in Los Angeles, featuring comedy and rock performances.
72.
Barry Manilow: Big Fun on Swing Street (1988)
Barry Manilow returns to network television for his first music variety special in eight years. The special features a wide variety of musical styles and a roster of celebrated recording artists.
73.
Sam (1977) as Backup Cop
The story of Mike Breen, a Los Angeles police officer, and Sam, his partner, a specially-trained Labrador Retriever: together, they're an experimental man-and-dog patrol car unit designated Two-Henry-Six. The pilot episode relates the team's first experience on the street.

Music (special)

74.
CBS at 75: A Primetime Celebration (2003) as Music Arranger
A celebration of the Eye's seventy-five years of broacasting.
75.
American Celebration at Ford's Theatre, An (2003) as Music Director
Benefiting the historic Ford's Theatre in Washington DC, this annual gala entertains an audience that includes the President and First Lady.
76.
30th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (2003) as Musical Director
Live coverage of the 30th Daytime Emmy Award presentation, honoring daytime television programming.
77.
CBS at 75: A Primetime Celebration (2003) as Music Director
A celebration of the Eye's seventy-five years of broacasting.
78.
ABC's Christmas in Aspen (2002) as Band
Taped live at the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen, ABC's current stars sing traditional Christmas songs and talk about favorite Christmas memories in front of a live audience. The special also welcomes some popular musical acts for additional musical performances.
79.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence Benefiting the United Negro College Fund, An (2002) as Music Director
A telethon benefiting the United Negro College Fund (UNCF).
80.
53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2001) as Music Arranger
Live coverage of the 53rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
81.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence, An (2001) as Music Director
Telecast of the annual benefit for the United Negro College Fund.
82.
Miss America (2001) as Music Director
Live coverage of the Miss America Pageant from Atlantic City, New Jersey. For the first time ever, the 41 non-top-ten contestants act as the eighth judge for the competition.
83.
53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2001) as Music Director
Live coverage of the 53rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
84.
52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2000) as Music Arranger ("The Best Of The Season Montage")
Live coverage of the 52nd annual Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
85.
25 Years of No. 1 Hits: Arista Records' Anniversary Celebration (2000) as Music Conductor
Concert special celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Arista Records music label and its founder Clive Davis.
86.
25 Years of No. 1 Hits: Arista Records' Anniversary Celebration (2000) as Music Supervisor
Concert special celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Arista Records music label and its founder Clive Davis.
87.
52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2000) as Music Arrangement ("Wayne Brady Song Medley"); Music Director
Live coverage of the 52nd annual Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
88.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence, An (2000) as Music Director
Annual variety gala to benefit the United Negro College Fund and salute the importance of higher education.
89.
Tntla 51st Annual Emmy Awards (1999) as Orchestrations
Live coverage of the 51st annual Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
90.
Garth Brooks & the Magic of Christmas (1999) as Music Director
Holiday special hosted by Garth Brooks and featuring Tony Bennett, Natalie Cole and Trisha Yearwood.
91.
Tntla 51st Annual Emmy Awards (1999) as Music Director
Live coverage of the 51st annual Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
92.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence Benefiting The United Negro College Fund, An (1999) as Music Director
A fundraising gala for The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) featuring performances by music artists and appearances by celebrities. Also highlights the success stories of the organization's students, alumni and member colleges and universities.
93.
Nissan Presents: The 2nd Annual Celebration of America's Music (1998) as Music Arranger
Telecast from Washington, D.C.'s John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts of the annual all-star gala devoted to jazz, produced by the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz.
94.
50th Emmy Awards (1998) as Orchestrator
Presentation of the 50th annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
95.
24th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1998) as Music Director
Live presentation of the 24th annual People's Choice Awards, honoring entertainers in the field of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
96.
50th Emmy Awards (1998) as Music Director
Presentation of the 50th annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
97.
Nissan Presents: The 2nd Annual Celebration of America's Music (1998) as Music Director
Telecast from Washington, D.C.'s John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts of the annual all-star gala devoted to jazz, produced by the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz.
98.
Christopher Reeve: A Celebration of Hope (1998) as Music Director
Variety special to benefit the Christopher Reeve Foundation.
99.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence Benefiting The United Negro College Fund, An (1998) as Music Director
Telethon to benefit the United Negro College Fund. Features extended concert performances and celebrity appearances.
100.
1997 Emmy Awards (1997) as Orchestrations
Live telecast of the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
101.
1997 Emmy Awards (1997) as Music Director
Live telecast of the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
102.
Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony (1996) as Orchestrations
Special celebrating the 50th anniversary of "Ebony" magazine.
103.
1996 Emmy Awards (1996) as Orchestrations
Live telecast of the 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
104.
68th Annual Academy Awards, The (1996) as Music Director
Live presentation of the 68th annual Academy Awards.
105.
Comic Relief American Comedy Festival (1996) as Music Director
Well-known comedians introduce the best of American comedy to benefit Comic Relief. Taped live at the Universal Ampitheater in Los Angeles, the special highlights the different areas of comedy ranging from new comics to sketch comedy and impressionists.
106.
1996 Emmy Awards (1996) as Music Director
Live telecast of the 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
107.
Catch a Rising Star 50th Anniversary -- Give or Take 26 Years (1996) as Music
Special honoring the New York comedy club where many comedians got their start. Features classic performances and new tribute performances.
108.
Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony (1996) as Music Arrangements; Music Director
Special celebrating the 50th anniversary of "Ebony" magazine.
109.
Best of the Blues Brothers, The (1993) as Band Member
Compilation of the television performances and highlights from the 1979 U.S. tour of The Blues Brothers, the characters created by Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi.
110.
HBO's 20th Anniversary -- We Hardly Believe It Ourselves (1992) as Original Music
A special celebrating HBO's twentieth anniversary. Features new performances, classic clips from HBO specials, and reprises of memorable moments in HBO's twenty years.
111.
Disney's Christmas Fantasy on Ice (1992) as Music Director
A special hosted by Bronson Pinchot and featuring champion ice skaters.
112.
Comedy Salute to Michael Jordan, A (1991) as Music Director
A special honoring basketball player Michael Jordan, the NBA's Most Valuable Player.
113.
Maverick Square (1991) as Music
A comedy pilot for an unsold series about two friends, "Fat" Nicky and "No Luck" Sal who get themselves into jams as they wheel and deal to make ends meet. The friends believe a recently deceased friend in their Boston inner-city neighborhood may have purchased a winning lottery ticket.
114.
Fifty Years of Television: A Golden Celebration (1989) as Music
A special highlighting fifty years in the history of television. Includes tributes to Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Walter Cronkite, Jackie Gleason, Bob Hope and Ed Sullivan. Clips of classic television moments are presented.
115.
41st Annual Emmy Awards, The (1989) as Music Director
Live telecast of the 41st annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
116.
Absent-Minded Professor, The (1988) as Music
A multi-part comedy-fantasy about a brilliant but forgetful inventor of a revolutionary lighter-than-air substance called "flubber," which is responsible for turning his small college town upside down.
117.
Taking It Home (1986) as Music
Nick Morelli, a young Italian-American ne'er-do-well, comes home to his close-knit family after a two-year absence and finds emotion running high over his return. Only Nick's brother-in-law opposes his return, and grandfather "Papa Joe" mediates a shaky truce.
118.
American Bandstand's 33 1/3 Celebration (1985) as Saxophonist ("Blue Suede Shoes")
Dick Clark is joined by more that fifty of the biggest names in the music world as he celebrates 33 and a third years of America's longest-running and most popular teenage dance show. Also commemorated is a third of a century of the medium that people used to call L.P.'s, or long-playing records. A
119.
Steel Collar Man (1985) as Music
Dr. Constance Fletcher develops D-5-B, a superhuman android, for the military. When the government fears the prospect of intelligent humanoids in the armed forces, it orders the destruction of D-5-B. Unwilling to see her creation destroyed, Constance allows the android to escape. The pilot relate
120.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1984) as Music
The story, set in a Mississippi Delta plantation house, focuses on a wealthy southern family divided by hypocrisy and malice. Big Daddy, the head of the family, is dying of cancer and about to lose his power over his family. His son, Brick, a former football hero, is having marital problems with his
121.
Olivia Newton-John in Concert (1983) as Music Performer
The beautiful, international superstar performs her hits in her first cable special.
122.
Why Us? (1981) as Theme Music ("Why Us?")
The problems of an unlikely marriage as seen through the experiences of Geri Sanborn, a female auto mechanic, and Jules Sanborn, her husband, a college professor at U.C.L.A. In the pilot episode, Holly, Geri's pretty daughter from a previous marriage, and Zoey, Jules's plain-looking daughter from hi
123.
Unit 4 (1981) as Music
With the growth in worldwide terrorist activities, the U.S. government secretly recruits the best commandos from its military forces and divides them into small anti-terrorist strike forces. The program depicts the exploits of one such strike force--Unit 4. In the pilot episode, Unit 4 is assigned
124.
Outside Man, The (1977) as Music
The exploits of Richie Martinelli, a street-wise FBI agent who goes undercover to apprehend criminals, becoming generally known as the "outside man" in dangerous situations. The pilot episode depicts Martinelli's attempts to apprehend the bank robbers who are responsible for the deaths of two police

Music (TV Mini-Series)

125.
Not Quite Human (1987) as Music

Music (TV Mini-Series)

126.
Aspen (1977)
A chic Colorado ski resort in the '60s is the setting for illicit love, corruption and a sensational murder trial in this melodrama woven together from two novels (actually the title of one, the plot of the other) and subsequently spiced up with a new, more intriguing title the second time around. I

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