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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Tribute (1980) as Stagehand
A dying man strives to reconcile himself with his son whom he had previously abandoned.

Director (special)

2.
Circus of the Stars Goes to Disneyland (1994) as Director
Presentation of the 19th annual "Circus of the Stars," in which celebrities perform stunts, acts and tricks.
3.
Bob Hope's Birthday Memories (1994) as Director
A special celebrating Bob Hope's 91st birthday. Features memorable moments from 15 years of Hope's birthday specials and more than 40 years on television.
4.
Circus of the Stars Gives Kids the World (1993) as Director
A presentation of the 18th annual Circus of the Stars.
5.
Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories (1993) as Director
A holiday special featuring Bob and Delores Hope performing songs from their first album together, as well as visits from celebrities. Includes clips from previous Bob Hope holiday specials.
6.
Bob Hope's Four-Star Christmas Fiesta From San Antonio (1992) as Director
A Christmas special hosted by Bob Hope, taped at the Fiesta Texas Christmas in San Antonio.
7.
All New Circus of the Stars & Side Show XVII, The (1992) as Director
Celebrities with no prior experience perform circus feats.
8.
Salute to America's Pets, A (1991) as Director
A special featuring pets and their celebrity owners. Includes a tribute to Lassie and to pets that have performed heroically.
9.
All New Circus of the Stars & Side Show (1991) as Director
A special in which celebrities with no prior experience perform circus feats.
10.
Bob Hope's Cross-Country Christmas (1991) as Director
A Christmas special starring Bob Hope and his guests.
11.
Bob Hope's 1990 Christmas Show From Bermuda (1990) as Director
A Christmas special starring Bob Hope and his guests in Bermuda.
12.
Bob Hope Christmas Special From Waikoloa, Hawaii (1989) as Director
A Christmas special in which Bob Hope is joined by guests to celebrate the holiday season Hawaiian-style. Included is a segment entitled "Christmas Memories," which features film clips of friends who have shared the holidays with him over the years, including a segment with the late John Wayne from
13.
Bob Hope's Jolly Christmas Show With the All-America Champs (1988) as Director
Bob Hope's Christmas special originates from three Florida locations, and features celebrities and sports superstars joining him in his annual holiday program. Barry Sanders of Oklahoma State, winner of college football's Hiesman Trophy, also appears in the special.
14.
Bob Hope's USO Christmas From the Persian Gulf -- Around the World in Eight Days (1988) as Director
Bob Hope entertains U.S. military personnel based all over the world in this variety special. Hope and his guests entertain aboard U.S. ships in and near the Persian Gulf. Also included is a visit to Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines, the Azores in the Atlantic, and a small island in the India
15.
Bob Hope's Christmas Show (1987) as Director
Bob Hope hosts this Christmas special originating from Winterfest in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, which features the Christmas boat parade, a 125-yacht armada of decorated boats, the Beach Ball, a festival of music and dance, and a lavish black-tie gala.
16.
Bob Hope's Royal Command Performance From Sweden (1986) as Director
Taped in Stockholm on March 3 and 4, 1986, Bob Hope and a stellar group of personalities entertain the King and Queen of Sweden at a benefit for the Children's International Summer Village. The gala benefit is dedicated to the memory of Swedish Prime Minister Olaf Palme, who was assassinated on Febr
17.
Treemonisha (1986) as Director
Scott Joplin's ragtime parable about a progressive-minded young woman who leads her community away from superstition and fear and toward education and enlightenment.
18.
Bob Hope's Bagful of Christmas Cheer (1986) as Director
Bob Hope and his guests celebrate Christmas in his annual holiday special. The program includes appearances by the six sons of Alan Osmond, one of the original Osmond Brothers.
19.
Bob Hope Christmas Show, The (1985) as Director
Bob Hope's annual Christmas special with songs and comedy routines.
20.
Bob Hope Special: Ho Ho Hope's Jolly Christmas Hour (1984) as Director
A holiday hour of music and comedy, hosted by Bob Hope.
21.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's Super Birthday Special (1984) as Director
An eighty-first birthday celebration for Bob Hope, taped at the New Orleans World's Fair.
22.
Mr. T and Emmanuel Lewis in A Christmas Dream (1984) as Director
An unhappy latchkey child learns the true meaning of Christmas when he accepts the guidance of a kindly sidewalk Santa, and comes to realize that the greatest holdiday gift cannot be bought. The program includes performances by prominent entertainers.
23.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's USO Christmas in Beirut (1984) as Director
An edited-for-television chronicle of Bob Hope's twenty-third USO Christmas Tour for servicemen overseas.
24.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's Hilarious Unrehearsed Antics of the Stars (1984) as Director
A full program of out-takes from Hope's previous specials.
25.
BOB HOPE SPECIAL: BOB HOPE IN "WHO MAKES THE WORLD LAUGH?" (1983) as Director
Live performances and vintage film clips of comedians at work on television.
26.
Circus of the Stars (1983) as Director
Another installment of an irregular series of specials in which show business personalities perform circus acts.
27.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's Merry Christmas Show (1983) as Director
Music, songs, and comedy sketches for the Yuletide season.
28.
Circus of the Stars (1982) as Director
A variety special in which show business personalities perform circus acts.
29.
Loretta Lynn in the Big Apple (1982) as Director
A concert benefit for the National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse taped at the Majestic Theater in New York City and hosted by country-western singer Loretta Lynn.
30.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope Laughs With the Movie Awards (1982) as Director
A satirization of the 1982 Oscar nominees ("Atlantic City," "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Reds," "On Golden Pond," and "Chariots of Fire"), hosted by Bob Hope.
31.
Bob Hope Special: The Bob Hope Christmas Special (1981) as Director
Comedy sketches coupled with holiday music and songs.
32.
Circus of the Stars (1981) as Director
Another installment of an irregular series of specials in which show business personalities perform circus acts.
33.
Magic of David Copperfield, The (1981) as Director
An hour of large-scale illusions featuring magician David Copperfield.
34.
Circus of the Stars (1980) as Director
Another installment of an irregular series of specials in which show business personalities perform circus acts.
35.
Bob Hope Special: The Bob Hope Christmas Special (1980) as Director
A holiday season variety special hosted by Bob Hope.
36.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope For President (1980) as Director
A series of sketches that revolve around Bob Hope's presidential campaign, presented on the eve of the 1980 general election.
37.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope in the Star-Makers (1980) as Director
A musical comedy in which Miles Bauduc, a down-on-his-luck talent agent, and Ace Robbins, a wealthy but naive Texan, team to find an "11," the most beautiful girl in the world, for a TV series called "Levitt's Lovelies," a program about a fashion designer and her two models.
38.
Bob Hope Special: The Bob Hope Christmas Special (1979) as Director
A holiday program of music and comedy.
39.
Make 'em Laugh (1979) as Director
A special featuring the performances of various comedians.
40.
What's a Museum For, Anyway? (1978) as Director
An introduction for young people to the treasures of museums throughout the country.
41.
CBS: On the Air (1978) as Director
The Columbia Broadcasting System celebrates its first fifty years of radio and television broadcasting.
42.
Circus of the Stars (1977) as Director
An irregular series of specials in which show business personalities perform circus acts.
43.
Circus of the Stars (1977) as Director
Another installment in an irregular series of specials in which show business personalities perform circus acts.
44.
Paul Lynde Comedy Hour, The (1977) as Director
An hour of music and comedy with Paul Lynde.
45.
Paul Lynde Halloween Special, The (1976) as Director
A comedy special trying to get mileage out of all the creaking, shopworn Halloween cliches.
46.
Pinocchio (1976) as Director
A musical adaptation for television of Carlo Collodi's classic fable. The story of the puppet Pinocchio, from his creation to his search for truth and his quest to become a real boy.
47.
Little Women (1976) as Director
An unusual ballet adaptation of the novel by Louisa May Alcott about New England family life in the 1860s.
48.
Ted Knight Musical Comedy Variety Special Special (1976) as Director
An hour of music and comedy with Ted Knight and friends.
49.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope Presents the Stars of Tomorrow (1975) as Director
The program spotlights ten up-and-coming performers.
50.
Opening Night: U.S.A. (1972) as Director
Videotaped highlights of opening night performances in Las Vegas.
51.
NBC Follies of 1965 (1964) as Director
An all-star musical comedy revue.
52.
Elizabeth Taylor in London (1963) as Director
A personalized tour of London as seen through the eyes of actress Elizabeth Taylor.
53.
Opening Night (1962) as Director
A series of blackouts and sketches featuring stars from various CBS programs.

Producer (special)

54.
Christmas in Toyland (1996) as Supervising Producer
Ice skater Michelle Kwan and the Ice Capades performers skate to holiday classics.
55.
1995 Miss USA Pageant, The (1995) as Producer
Live presentation of the 1995 Miss USA Pageant from South Padre Island, Texas.
56.
1994 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1994) as Producer
Live broadcast of the 12th annual Miss Teen USA beauty pageant.
57.
Circus of the Stars Goes to Disneyland (1994) as Producer
Presentation of the 19th annual "Circus of the Stars," in which celebrities perform stunts, acts and tricks.
58.
1994 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1994) as Producer
The 1994 Miss Universe Pageant live from Manila, Philippines.
59.
1994 Miss USA Pageant, The (1994) as Producer
A live presentation of the 43rd annual Miss USA Pageant from Texas.
60.
Circus of the Stars Gives Kids the World (1993) as Producer
A presentation of the 18th annual Circus of the Stars.
61.
1993 Miss USA Pageant, The (1993) as Producer
Live broadcast of the 1993 Miss USA Pageant from Wichita, Kansas. This year's theme is "The Dawn of a New Era."
62.
1993 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1993) as Producer
Live broadcast of the 1993 Miss Universe Pageant from Mexico City.
63.
1993 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1993) as Producer
Live coverage of the 1993 Miss Teen USA Pageant from the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center.
64.
All New Circus of the Stars & Side Show XVII, The (1992) as Producer
Celebrities with no prior experience perform circus feats.
65.
1992 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1992) as Producer
Live broadcast of the 1992 Miss Universe Pageant.
66.
1992 Miss USA Pageant, The (1992) as Producer
A live presentation of the 1992 Miss USA Pageant.
67.
1992 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1992) as Producer
Live coverage of the 1992 Miss Teen USA Pageant.
68.
1991 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1991) as Producer
Live broadcast of the 1991 Miss Universe Pageant.
69.
All New Circus of the Stars & Side Show (1991) as Producer
A special in which celebrities with no prior experience perform circus feats.
70.
1991 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1991) as Producer
A live presentation of the 1991 Miss Teen USA Pageant.
71.
1991 Miss USA Pageant, The (1991) as Producer
A live presentation of the 1991 Miss USA Pageant. "Hooray For the USA" is the theme of the pageant.
72.
1990 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1990) as Producer
Live broadcast of the 1990 Miss Teen USA Pageant from the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center.
73.
Fifteenth Annual Circus of the Stars (1990) as Producer
A special in which celebrities with no prior professional circus experience perform circus feats.
74.
1990 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1990) as Producer
Live broadcast of the 1990 Miss Universe Pageant from Los Angeles, California, hosted by Dick Clark and Leeza Gibbons.
75.
1990 Miss USA Pageant, The (1990) as Producer
Live coverage of the 1990 Miss USA Pageant, hosted by Dick Clark and Leeza Gibbons.
76.
1989 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1989) as Producer
Live coverage, from the Orange Pavilion in San Bernardino, California, of the concluding ceremonies of the seventh annual Miss Teen USA Pageant.
77.
14th Annual Circus of the Stars, The (1989) as Producer
A variety special in which celebrities from television, motion pictures and the theater -- none with prior professional circus experience -- perform circus feats.
78.
1989 Miss USA Pageant, The (1989) as Producer
Live coverage of the 1989 Miss USA Pageant from the Mobile Civic Center Theater, Mobile, Alabama. Miss USA 1989 goes on to compete in The 1989 Miss Universe Pageant in Cancun, Mexico.
79.
1989 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1989) as Producer
Live broadcast of the 1989 Miss Universe Pageant from Cancun, Mexico, hosted by John Forsythe and Emma Samms. Delegates from approximately 76 countries participate in the areas of Swimsuit, Evening Gown and Personality/Inverview competitions as they vie for the title.
80.
1988 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1988) as Producer
The 37th annual presentation of the Miss Universe Pageant, telecast live from Taipei, Taiwan, marking the first presentation of the Pageant from that country. Contestants from approximately 75 nations participate in the three-week event competing for the Miss Universe crown and winnings consisting o
81.
1988 Miss USA Pageant (1988) as Producer
Live coverage of the 37th annual Miss USA Pageant held at the Civic Center in El Paso, Texas. The winner goes on to compete for the United States in the 1988 Miss Universe Pageant.
82.
1988 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1988) as Producer
Live coverage from the Orange Pavilion in San Bernardino, California, of the concluding ceremonies of the sixth annual Miss Teen USA Pageant, highlighted by the selection of Miss Teen USA 1988. Taking as its theme "California Dreamin'," the show is presented in the form of a 1988 version of the Cali
83.
1987 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1987) as Producer
A special telecast live from the Civic Center in El Paso, Texas, of the concluding ceremonies of the fifth annual Miss Teen USA pageant, highlighted by the selection of Miss Teen USA 1987.
84.
1987 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1987) as Producer
A live telecast from Singapore, of the 36th annual Miss Universe Pageant. Seventy-five delegates from nations around the world compete for the title held by Barbara Palacios Teyde.
85.
1987 Miss USA Pageant (1987) as Producer
The 36th annual Miss USA Pageant telecast live from the Tingley Coliseum on the New Mexico State Fairground in Albuquerque. The competitors are judged in three categories -- evening gown, swimsuit and personal interviews -- by a panel of celebrity judges. The winner goes on to compete in the 1987 Mi
86.
1986 Miss USA Pageant, The (1986) as Producer
The Thirty-Fifth Annual Miss USA competition telecast live from the Miami Convention Center, featuring 51 of the nation's most beautiful women who compete for the coveted title.
87.
1986 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1986) as Producer
A live telecast from the ATLAPA Convention Center in Panama City, Panama, of the 35th annual Miss Universe Pageant. Eighty-four delegates from nations around the world compete for the title held by Deborah Carthy-Deu, Miss Puerto Rico of 1985.
88.
1986 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1986) as Producer
The concluding ceremonies of the fourth annual Miss Teen USA pageant, highlighted by the selection of Miss Teen USA 1986.
89.
1985 Miss USA Pageant, The (1985) as Producer
The concluding ceremonies of the 1985 Miss USA Pageant broadcast live from Lakeland, Florida.
90.
1985 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1985) as Producer
The two-hour finale of the Miss Universe Pageant, highlighted by the selection of Miss Universe 1985.
91.
1985 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1985) as Producer
A special featuring the concluding ceremonies of the 1985 Miss Teen USA pageant.
92.
1984 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1984) as Producer
The concluding ceremonies of the 1984 Miss Universe Pageant.
93.
1984 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1984) as Producer
The concluding ceremonies of the second annual Miss Teen USA pageant, highlighted by the selection of Miss Teen USA for 1984.
94.
Magic of David Copperfield, The (1983) as Executive Producer
An hour of magic and illusion.
95.
Make 'em Laugh (1979) as Producer
A special featuring the performances of various comedians.
96.
Opening Night: U.S.A. (1972) as Producer
Videotaped highlights of opening night performances in Las Vegas.
97.
Elizabeth Taylor in London (1963) as Producer
A personalized tour of London as seen through the eyes of actress Elizabeth Taylor.

Music (special)

98.
1989 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1989) as Lyrics
Live broadcast of the 1989 Miss Universe Pageant from Cancun, Mexico, hosted by John Forsythe and Emma Samms. Delegates from approximately 76 countries participate in the areas of Swimsuit, Evening Gown and Personality/Inverview competitions as they vie for the title.
99.
1989 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1989) as Music
Live broadcast of the 1989 Miss Universe Pageant from Cancun, Mexico, hosted by John Forsythe and Emma Samms. Delegates from approximately 76 countries participate in the areas of Swimsuit, Evening Gown and Personality/Inverview competitions as they vie for the title.
100.
1988 Miss Universe Pageant, The (1988) as Music
The 37th annual presentation of the Miss Universe Pageant, telecast live from Taipei, Taiwan, marking the first presentation of the Pageant from that country. Contestants from approximately 75 nations participate in the three-week event competing for the Miss Universe crown and winnings consisting o
101.
1986 Miss USA Pageant, The (1986) as Original Music
The Thirty-Fifth Annual Miss USA competition telecast live from the Miami Convention Center, featuring 51 of the nation's most beautiful women who compete for the coveted title.

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