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Born: August 21, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Lansing, Illinois, USA Profession: Writer ...
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Special Thanks (feature film)

1.
Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern (1995) as Thanks
"Troublesome Creek" tells its story through the eyes of the filmmaker Jeanne Jordan's family. We learn the Jordan's history through the years, much of it filled with the trappings of classic western mythology--good guys and bad guys, showdowns and victories. But the showdowns they face today are not

Cast (special)

2.
Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular (2003) as Host
An Independence Day celebration in which a live audience lines the banks of Boston's Charles River to watch fireworks and hear performances from the Boston Pops, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and LeAnn Rimes.
3.
J.K. Rowling and the Story of Harry Potter (2002) as Narration
Profile of J. K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter book series.
4.
Kevin Bacon: Am I Me? (2002) as Narration
Profile of actor Kevin Bacon.
5.
Vince Lombardi (2002) as Narration
Profile of legendary football coach Vince Lombardi. Lombardi died of cancer in September 1970 at age 57.
6.
Eugene O'Neill: A Haunted Life (2002) as Narration
Profile of playwright Eugene O'Neill.
7.
Billie Holiday: Sensational Lady (2002) as Narration
Profile of jazz singer Billie Holiday.
8.
George Lucas: Creating an Empire (2002) as Narration
Profile of filmmaker George Lucas.
9.
Broadway Joe: The Joe Namath Story (2002) as Narration
Profile of former professional football player Joe Namath.
10.
Jeff Bridges: Building Bridges (2002) as Narration
Profile of actor Jeff Bridges.
11.
Gary Condit: Shroud of Suspicion (2002) as Narration
Profile of California Congressman Gary Condit, who was put in the national spotlight in the spring of 2001, when his 24-year-old intern, Chandra Levy, disappeared. Condit, a married man, initially denied he and Levy had a personal relationship, but later admitted to the affair, fueling suspicion tha
12.
Sweetness: The Walter Payton Story (2002) as Narration
Profile of football star Walter Payton. Payton was diagnosed with a rare liver disease that led to his death in November 1999 at age 45.
13.
Gladys Knight: A Knight's Tale (2002) as Narration
Profile of the singer Gladys Knight.
14.
Joe Montana (2002) as Narration
Profile of star quarterback Joe Montana.
15.
Sante and Kenneth Kimes (2002) as Narration
Profile of mother-and-son con team and murderers, Sante and Kenneth Kimes.
16.
Richard Burton: Taylor-Made For Stardom (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor Richard Burton. He was born Richard Jenkins, the son of a miner in South Wales. His mother died when he was two. At 15, his life was transformed by Philip Burton, a schoolteacher with a passion for the theater. Under his guidance, Richard became an actor and changed his last name fr
17.
Broadway Joe: The Joe Namath Story (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of former professional football player Joe Namath.
18.
Kevin Bacon: Am I Me? (2002) as Host
Profile of actor Kevin Bacon.
19.
Eugene O'Neill: A Haunted Life (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of playwright Eugene O'Neill.
20.
River Phoenix (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor River Phoenix, who died in 1993 at age 23.
21.
Sunset Strip: Paradise Lost (2002) as Host ("Biography")
The story of the Sunset Strip, one of the world's most famous thoroughfares. Told through the stories and experiences of the people who inhabit it -- club owners, bartenders, musicians, tattoo artists, sheriff's deputies and bouncers -- the program offers a glimpse of the fabled Strip from the human
22.
Billie Holiday: Sensational Lady (2002) as Host
Profile of jazz singer Billie Holiday.
23.
George Lucas: Creating an Empire (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of filmmaker George Lucas.
24.
Jezebel: Queen of Infamy (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Jezebel, a Phoenician princess in the 9th century B.C., who rose to infamy as the queen of Israel. As a foreigner, a woman and one who worshipped foreign gods, Jezebel was a triple threat to the people of influence in Israel. From the moment of her arrival in Israel, her independence, agg
25.
Wayne Gretzky: The Great One (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of former hockey player Wayne Gretzky.
26.
John Walsh: Fighting Back (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of John Walsh, the host of the television series "America's Most Wanted."
27.
Intimate Portrait: Paula Zahn (2002) as Interviewee
Portrait of news journalist Paula Zahn.
28.
Johnnie Cochran: The Best Defense (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of lawyer Johnnie Cochran.
29.
Gary Condit: Shroud of Suspicion (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of California Congressman Gary Condit, who was put in the national spotlight in the spring of 2001, when his 24-year-old intern, Chandra Levy, disappeared. Condit, a married man, initially denied he and Levy had a personal relationship, but later admitted to the affair, fueling suspicion tha
30.
Gladys Knight: A Knight's Tale (2002) as Host
Profile of the singer Gladys Knight.
31.
Biography: 15 Years and Counting (2002) as Host ("Biography")
A celebration of 15 years of the television series "Biography." The program looks back at past moments with segments such as "Early Obstacles," "Home Movies," "Child Stars," "Mom'tage," "Early Sightings," "Livin' Large" and "Career Crash."
32.
Salome: Behind the Veils (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Salome, remembered as the girl who danced for the head of John the Baptist on a platter. Modern scholarship has revealed a different Salome: a royal princess of Jewish blood who lived during the dangerous era when the Romans occupied the Holy Land. Most experts say she was blameless in th
33.
RFK: His Many Sides (2002) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of politician Robert F. Kennedy, who was assassinated during his run for the presidency in 1968.
34.
Princess Anne (2001) as Narration
Profile of Princess Anne, daughter of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. Dubbed in her youth as "Princess Grumpy," Princess Anne has often been the victim of negative press. She is outspoken, tough, haughty and uncompromising -- particularly with the media. She is also the hardest working mem
35.
Brenda Lee: Little Miss Dynamite (2001) as Narration
Profile of singer Brenda Lee.
36.
Tony Blair (2001) as Narration
Profile of British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
37.
Famous Wally Amos: The Cookie King, The (2001) as Narration
Profile of chocolate-chip cookie entrepreneur Wally Amos.
38.
Bobby Rydell: Wild About Bobby (2001) as Narration
Profile of singer/actor Bobby Rydell.
39.
Marilu Henner: Perpetual Motion (2001) as Narration
Profile of actress Marilu Henner.
40.
Richard Simmons: Fit For Life (2001) as Narration
Profile of fitness guru Richard Simmons.
41.
Margot Kidder (2001) as Narration ("Biography")
Profile of actress Margot Kidder.
42.
After the Game (2001) as Narration
The program reveals what happens to professional athletes when their playing days are over. Profiles include: hockey star Wayne Gretzky; football star Bo Jackson; top-rated tennis player Zina Garrison; college basketball star Art Heyman; National League right-hander J.R. Richard; and NFL defensive p
43.
Dustin Hoffman: First in His Class (2001) as Narration
Profile of actor Dustin Hoffman.
44.
Ferdinand Porsche (2001) as Narration
Documentary on the German Porsche automobile-manufacturing dynasty, which included hot-headed father Ferdinand and even-tempered son "Ferry."
45.
Gloria and Emilio Estefan: Made for Each Other (2001) as Narration
Profile of musicians Gloria and Emilio Estefan. Born Gloria Maria Fajardo in 1957, Gloria left Cuba with her parents after Castro took power. Her father fought in the Bay of Pigs and served in Vietnam, but he developed multiple sclerosis and became bedridden. Gloria grew up taking care of him and he
46.
Genovese: Portrait of a Crime Family (2001) as Narration
Profile of the Genovese crime family.
47.
Osama bin Laden: In the Name of Allah (2001) as Narration
Profile of terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.
48.
Jackie Gleason: The Great One (2001) as Narration
Profile of actor/comedian Jackie Gleason.
49.
Glen Campbell: Still on the Line (2001) as Narration
Profile of country musician Glen Campbell.
50.
Lost Generation, The (2001) as Narration
Special that follows the journeys of a talented group of young expatriate American writers who lived in Paris in the 1920s. Spanning the disaster of war, the excess of the "roaring twenties," and the hopes of a new beginning, the program shows the rise and fall of the greatest literary decade of mod
51.
Henry Hill: Goodfella (2001) as Narration
Profile of Henry Hill, a man who was on the inside of the Mafia for more than two decades. His story has been depicted in a novel and in the movie "Goodfellas."
52.
Oscar De La Hoya: Body and Soul (2001) as Narration ("Biography")
Profile of boxer Oscar De La Hoya.
53.
Wolfgang Puck: Recipe For Success (2001) as Narration
Profile of Wolfgang Puck, from his humble beginnings in the Austrian hillsides to his rise to fame and fortune in Hollywood as America's original celebrity chef.
54.
Eddie Albert: A Passion For Life (2001) as Narration ("Biography")
Profile of actor Eddie Albert.
55.
Patti Labelle: Surviving With Soul (2001) as Narration
Patti Labelle was born in 1944 in a black working-class neighborhood in Philadelphia and grew up to be one of the most enduring recording artists of her time. Patti worshiped her father and learned to sing on his lap. Though too shy to raise her hand in class, she volunteered to sing at a high schoo
56.
Liberace: Too Much of a Good Thing Is Wonderful (2001) as Narration
Profile of flamboyant pianist Liberace.
57.
Bobby Vinton: A Melody of Love (2001) as Narration
Profile of singer Bobby Vinton.
58.
Melissa Gilbert (2001) as Narration
Profile of actress Melissa Gilbert.
59.
Shelley Winters: Full Disclosure (2001) as Narration
Biography of actor Shelley Winters.
60.
Buddy Holly (2001) as Narration
Profile of singer Buddy Holly, the victim of a plane crash in 1959.
61.
Tim Burton: Trick or Treat (2001) as Narration
Profile of director Tim Burton.
62.
Robert Blake: Dark Passage (2001) as Narration
Profile of actor Robert Blake, the New Jersey native made famous by his role in the TV series "Baretta" and whose wife was murdered in May 2001.
63.
Andy Garcia: Latin Rhythms & America Dreams (2001) as Narration
Profile of actor Andy Garcia.
64.
Enzo Ferrari (2001) as Narration
Profile of Enzo Ferrari, the man who built the Ferrari automobile empire.
65.
Mary Kay LeTourneau (2001) as Narration ("Biography")
Profile of Mary Kay LeTourneau, the 35-year-old teacher, wife and mother convicted for the statutory rape of a former student, 13-year-old Vili Fualaau -- the father of two of Mary Kay's children. The program recounts that the situation was an echo of Mary Kay's past. Her father, John Schmitz, once
66.
There's Something About Ben Stiller (2001) as Narration
Profile of actor/writer Ben Stiller.
67.
Richard Branson: The Top of the World (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of British business tycoon Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Records and Virgin Atlantic Airlines.
68.
Sesame Street (2001) as Host
A behind-the-scenes look at how the "quintessential children's educational show" began, and how it continues to come to life on children's television screens everywhere. Never-before-seen footage of the pilot for "Sesame Street" is shown, along with commercials Jim Henson made before he joined the s
69.
Oscar Wilde: Wit's End (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of 19th century playwright Oscar Wilde.
70.
Hitmakers: The Teens Who Stole Pop Music (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Documentary about a group of ambitious teenagers who became legends by writing songs. The creative revolution, led by Carole King, Bobby Darin, Neil Sedaka, Burt Bacharach and more, was a movement that weathered the British Invasion, Vietnam, Motown, divorce, drugs and disillusionment. Engineer and
71.
Tony Curtis: Tony of the Movies (2001) as Host
Profile of actor Tony Curtis.
72.
Peter Frampton: Alive Again (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of singer Peter Frampton.
73.
Paul Lynde: Off Center (2001) as Host
Profile of actor/comedian Paul Lynde.
74.
Prince William: A King in the Making (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Prince William, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. The program looks at his life so far, bringing viewers up to date with what the future king has been doing in the last year and what he can expect when he attends university in September 2001.
75.
Rosemary Clooney: Girl Singer (2001) as Host/ Narration ("Biography")
Profile of singer/actress Rosemary Clooney.
76.
Robert Blake: Dark Passage (2001) as Host
Profile of actor Robert Blake, the New Jersey native made famous by his role in the TV series "Baretta" and whose wife was murdered in May 2001.
77.
Rudy Giuliani (2001) as Host; Interviewer
Anchor Harry Smith conducts an in-depth interview with New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani about the events of September 11 and the aftermath, how his battle with prostate cancer helped him deal with the World Trade Center victims' families; and his passion for photography -- which included taking
78.
Dame Edna (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Australian Dame Edna Everage, also known as Barry Humphries.
79.
Sonny Liston: The Champ Nobody Wanted (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of boxer Charles "Sonny" Liston, who captured the heavyweight title in 1962.
80.
Bobby Darin: I Want to Be a Legend (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of singer Bobby Darin.
81.
There's Something About Ben Stiller (2001) as Host
Profile of actor/writer Ben Stiller.
82.
Tim McGraw: Give 'Em What They Want (2001) as Host
Profile of country singer Tim McGraw.
83.
Sean "Puffy" Combs (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of hip-hop mogul Sean Combs.
84.
Tim Burton: Trick or Treat (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of director Tim Burton.
85.
Gloria and Emilio Estefan: Made for Each Other (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of musicians Gloria and Emilio Estefan. Born Gloria Maria Fajardo in 1957, Gloria left Cuba with her parents after Castro took power. Her father fought in the Bay of Pigs and served in Vietnam, but he developed multiple sclerosis and became bedridden. Gloria grew up taking care of him and he
86.
Mario Puzo: Father of the Godfather (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of Mario Puzo, author of "The Godfather."
87.
That Girl (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Documentary about the television series "That Girl," which premiered in 1966 on ABC.
88.
Jackie Gleason: The Great One (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor/comedian Jackie Gleason.
89.
Karen Silkwood: A Life on the Line (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of union activist Karen Silkwood, who died in a car crash while she was delivering documents about the nuclear power industry.
90.
Martha Stewart: The Best of Everything (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of domestic entrepeneur Martha Stewart.
91.
Cheers (2001) as Host
Documentary about the television series "Cheers," which premiered in 1982 on NBC.
92.
Charles & Camilla (2001) as Host ("Biography")
The story of the 30-year love affair of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla Parker Bowles. They met one wet afternoon in 1971 when debutante Camilla Shand waded across a polo field to be introduced to the 23-year-old Prince of Wales. Camilla teased the Prince with: "Our ancestors were lovers. So h
93.
Dick Van Patten: The Sure Bet (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of actor Dick Van Patten, star of the long-running sitcom, "Eight Is Enough."
94.
Imelda Marcos: Steel Butterfly (2001) as Host
Profile of the controversial former first lady of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos. Her husband, Ferdinand Marcos, ruled the country from 1965 to 1986. During that time, the Marcoses amassed personal fortunes of literally billions of dollars. Many say that the money was stolen from international loans
95.
Cheryl Tiegs (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of model/actress Cheryl Tiegs.
96.
Dionne Warwick: Don't Make Me Over (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of singer Dionne Warwick.
97.
James Caan: Making a Scene (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of actor James Caan.
98.
Matthew Broderick (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of actor Matthew Broderick.
99.
Jimmy Swaggart: Fire and Brimstone (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of tele-Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart.
100.
Ferdinand Porsche (2001) as Host
Documentary on the German Porsche automobile-manufacturing dynasty, which included hot-headed father Ferdinand and even-tempered son "Ferry."
101.
Florence Henderson: Here's the Story (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of actress Florence Henderson, probably best known for her role as mom Carol Brady on the television series, "The Brady Bunch."
102.
Graham Kerr: The Galloping Gourmet (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of gourmet chef Graham Kerr.
103.
Civil Rights Heroes (2001) as Host ("Biogrpahy")
The program profiles some of the men and women who have been unsung heroes of the civil rights movement, including Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee and Bill Russell, famous personalities, but less well known for their work on behalf of equal rights. Also featured are Bertha Mae Carter, whose family was the onl
104.
Dennis Franz: Out of the Blue (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of actor Dennis Franz.
105.
Mitzi Gaynor: Hollywood's Cockeyed Optimist (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of entertainer Mitzi Gaynor.
106.
Lance Armstrong: Racing For His Life (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Documentary that chronicles Lance Armstrong's victory over cancer and his victory at the 1999 Tour de France.
107.
Jack Palance: From Grit to Grace (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of actor Jack Palance.
108.
Jerry Falwell: Minister of Morals (2001) as Host
Profile of Jerry Falwell, the man at the helm of the Moral Majority.
109.
Janet Gaynor: A Star Was Born (2001) as Host
Profile of actress Janet Gaynor.
110.
Hugh Hefner: American Playboy Revisited (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Hugh Hefner, publisher of one of the most controversial, groundbreaking magazines in America -- "Playboy." As "Playboy" and its founder head into the new millennium, Hefner looks back on nearly a half-century of unprecedented social change.
111.
Charlie Sheen (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of actor Charlie Sheen.
112.
Biography of the Year 2001 (2001) as Host ("Biography")
"Biography" profiles people who made news in 2001. Those profiled include: President George W. Bush; U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld; New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani; British Prime Minister Tony Blair; U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of State Colin Powell; Civilian Heroe
113.
Burt Bacharach (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of songwriter Burt Bacharach.
114.
Jessica Lange: On Her Own Terms (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actress Jessica Lange.
115.
Diana: Portrait of a Princess (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Princess Diana. Princess Diana's face was familiar to millions across the world. Her image had the power to send newspaper and magazine sales through the roof, catapult a cause into public consciousness, and influence a generation of fashion designers. While Diana's reputation is re-exami
116.
Words and Music By Leiber & Stoller (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of the songwriting team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.
117.
Enzo Ferrari (2001) as Host
Profile of Enzo Ferrari, the man who built the Ferrari automobile empire.
118.
Osama bin Laden: In the Name of Allah (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.
119.
Moments of Truth With Stephen Ambrose (2001) as Host
Historian Stephen Ambrose takes viewers on a personal journey of World War II. Officers and soldiers, mothers, fathers, war correspondents and nurses tell their stories of combat and camaraderie.
120.
Andy Garcia: Latin Rhythms & America Dreams (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor Andy Garcia.
121.
Henry Hill: Goodfella (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Henry Hill, a man who was on the inside of the Mafia for more than two decades. His story has been depicted in a novel and in the movie "Goodfellas."
122.
Cadbury Family: The Sweet Smell of Success, The (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of the Cadbury family, Britain's largest candy maker and the fourth largest in the world.
123.
After the Game (2001) as Host; Interviewer
The program reveals what happens to professional athletes when their playing days are over. Profiles include: hockey star Wayne Gretzky; football star Bo Jackson; top-rated tennis player Zina Garrison; college basketball star Art Heyman; National League right-hander J.R. Richard; and NFL defensive p
124.
Al Pacino: Inside Out (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino.
125.
World Trade Center, The (2001) as Host
Documentary examining the politics and pioneering innovations that went into designing and building the World Trade Center in New York City.
126.
Bill Bixby: Chasing Perfection (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor/director Bill Bixby, who starred in the television series "My Favorite Martian," "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" and "The Incredible Hulk."
127.
Reginald VelJohnson: His Family Matters (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor Reginald VelJohnson, best known as the ideal father on the television series "Family Matters."
128.
Robert Reed: Unfinished Business (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor Robert Reed, best known for his role as Mike Brady on the television series "The Brady Bunch."
129.
Glen Campbell: Still on the Line (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of country musician Glen Campbell.
130.
Barbara Bush: First Mom (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of Barbara Bush.
131.
Dominick Dunne: Murder He Wrote (2001) as Host/Narration ("Biography")
Profile of author/actor Dominick Dunne.
132.
Madame Tussaud and Her World of Wax (2001) as Host
Profile of Marie Grosholtz Tussaud, founder of Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum.
133.
Lost Generation, The (2001) as Host ("Biography")
Special that follows the journeys of a talented group of young expatriate American writers who lived in Paris in the 1920s. Spanning the disaster of war, the excess of the "roaring twenties," and the hopes of a new beginning, the program shows the rise and fall of the greatest literary decade of mod
134.
Peter Falk: Just One More Thing (2000) as Narration
Profile of actor Peter Falk, best known as television's Lieutenant Columbo.
135.
Ted Danson: One Lucky Guy (2000) as Narration
Profile of actor Ted Danson.
136.
Peter the Great: Reformer and Tyrant (2000) as Narration
Documentary about Peter the Great, Tsar of Russia from 1696 to 1725.
137.
Randy Travis: Keeping the Tradition (2000) as Narration
Profile of country music artist Randy Travis.
138.
David Crosby: Finding Harmony (2000) as Narration
Profile of musician David Crosby, who became famous with the Byrds, followed by Crosby, Stills and Nash. Over the next 30 years, Crosby collected multiple gold and platinum records and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but success was marred by a drug habit.
139.
Oprah Winfrey: Heart of the Matter (2000) as Narration
Profile of talk show host/actress/producer/reporter Oprah Winfrey.
140.
Charles and Anne Lindbergh: Alone Together (2000) as Narration
Documentary that tells the personal story of both Charles and Anne Lindbergh, beyond the events for which the couple is best known -- Charles' epic flight to Paris in 1927, the kidnapping and murder of the Lindbergh's first son, and Charles' advocacy of American isolationism. The program tells the s
141.
Queen Mother, The (2000) as Narration
Profile of Her Majesty, Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. The program explores the Queen Mother's life through the eyes of relatives, friends, courtiers and biographers. Born Elizabeth Bowes Lyon on August 4, 1900, five months before the death of Queen Victoria, her life has been as varied as the century
142.
Phyllis Diller: First Lady of Laughter (2000) as Narration
Profile of comedian Phyllis Diller.
143.
Sidney Sheldon: Storyteller (2000) as Narration
Profile of author Sidney Sheldon.
144.
Shirley MacLaine: This Time Around (2000) as Narration
Profile of dancer/actress/author Shirley MacLaine.
145.
Shirley Jones: Hollywood's Musical Mom (2000) as Narration
Profile of singer/actress Shirley Jones.
146.
Sally Field: Defying Gravity (2000) as Narration
Profile of actress/director Sally Field.
147.
William S. Paley: The Eye of CBS (2000) as Narration
Profile of William S. Paley, the legendary chairman of CBS.
148.
Jimmy Hoffa: The Man Behind the Mystery (2000) as Narration
Profile of Jimmy Hoffa, the controversial man responsible for organizing the country's most powerful union -- the Teamsters. Hoffa used his power to make his workers' lives better, to increase their wages and improve their standards of living. His methods, however, were questionable. He had close ti
149.
Olga Korbut (2000) as Narration
Profile of gymnast Olga Korbut, the star of the 1972 Olympics.
150.
Ed McMahon: America's Sidekick (2000) as Narration
Profile of television personality Ed McMahon.
151.
Perry Como: The Singing Barber (2000) as Narration
Profile of singer Perry Como.
152.
Raymond Burr: The Case of the TV Legend (2000) as Narration
Profile of actor Raymond Burr, best known for his television role as lawyer Perry Mason.
153.
Diahann Carroll: No Strings (2000) as Narration
Profile of actress/singer Diahann Carroll.
154.
Charles Lindbergh: Against the Wind (2000) as Narration
Profile of aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh.
155.
George VI: The Reluctant King (2000) as Narration
Profile of King George VI, a reluctant monarch who became king after his brother, Edward VIII, fell in love with Wallis Simpson and abdicated the throne in 1936.
156.
Mary, Queen of Scots: Heroine or Harlot? (2000) as Narration
Profile of Mary, Queen of Scots. She became queen of Scotland at just six days old, and remained so until her execution 44 years later. The program tells the story of the power struggle between Mary and Queen Elizabeth I of England. Though their lives were inextricably linked, the two women never me
157.
George Washington: American Revolutionary (2000) as Narration
Profile of the first American President, George Washington, concentrating on the ten-day period in late 1776 and early 1777, when Washington altered the course of the American Revolution. His crossing of the Delaware River to take on the Hessians at Trenton, New Jersey, and his subsequent actions at
158.
Chris Rock: In Your Face (2000) as Narration
Profile of comedian Chris Rock.
159.
George Foreman: Blow By Blow (2000) as Narrator
Profile of boxer George Foreman.
160.
Jacqueline Susann: The Writing Machine (2000) as Narration
Profile of Jacqueline Susann, author of "Valley of the Dolls."
161.
Janis Joplin: Southern Discomfort (2000) as Narration
Profile of Janis Joplin, the queen of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, who died at the age of 27, just three years after she was discovered at the Monterey International Pop Festival.
162.
George Reeves (2000) as Narration
Profile of actor George Reeves, the star of the 1950's television series "The Adventures of Superman."
163.
Morgan Fairchild (2000) as Narration
Profile of actress Morgan Fairchild.
164.
Lowell Thomas: Man About the World (2000) as Narration
Profile of broadcaster and adventurer Lowell Thomas, the voice of newsreels and a nightly news broadcast that went on the air for 45 years.
165.
Ann Miller: I'm Still Here (2000) as Narration
Profile of actress/dancer Ann Miller.
166.
Bee Gees: This Is Where I Came In, The (2000) as Narration
Profile of the singing and songwriting group the Bee Gees -- brothers Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb. Their singing career started in England in 1957, but when they emigrated to Australia, they were discovered and made their first records, becoming Australian television and nightclub stars.
167.
Sally Hemings: Redefining History (2000) as Narration
Profile of Sally Hemings, the woman at the center of the very first presidential sex scandal. It had been rumored and speculated for over two centuries that Sally Hemings had a relationship with Thomas Jefferson that lasted 38 years. In 1998, an independent DNA study suggested that in all probabilit
168.
Art Linkletter: Made For TV (2000) as Narration
Profile of broadcasting personality and author Art Linkletter.
169.
Adam West: Behind the Cowl (2000) as Narration
Profile of actor Adam West, best known for his portrayal of Batman in the 1960's television series "Batman."
170.
Al Lewis: Forever Granpa (2000) as Narration
Profile of actor Al Lewis, best known as the vampire patriarch of the household in the television series "The Munsters."
171.
Billy Graham: A Personal Crusade (2000) as Narration
Profile of preacher Billy Graham.
172.
Dear Home: Letters From WWI (2000) as Narration
Tells the story of war, specifically World War I, through the eyes of the American men and women soldiers who lived through it as recounted in their correspondence.
173.
Julie Newmar: The Cat's Meow (2000) as Narration
Profile of actress Julie Newmar, perhaps best known as Catwoman in the 1960's television series "Batman."
174.
Mary Hart: Heart's Ambition (2000) as Narration
Profile of Mary Hart, the anchor of television's "Entertainment Tonight."
175.
Robert Redford: Hollywood Outlaw (2000) as Narration
Profile of actor/director/producer Robert Redford.
176.
Joe Louis: The Boxer Who Beat Hitler (2000) as Narration
Profile of boxer Joe Louis, best remembered for two fights against the German boxer Max Schmelling, one in 1936 and one in 1938. In the politically charged atmosphere of the late 1930s, a black boxer born in America's segregated South found himself cast as the defender of freedom and democracy in a
177.
Wernher von Braun: From the Nazis to NASA (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of rocket scientist Wernher von Braun. When the astronauts of Apollo 11 landed on the moon, von Braun was feted as "the new Columbus." The program recalls how von Braun's giant rocket had opened up a new age of space exploration. Since childhood, von Braun believed himself chosen for the tas
178.
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Princess (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Princess Margaret, the daughter of Great Britain's King George VI and sister of Queen Elizabeth II, who tried to live her own life, but was never quite prepared to break the golden bonds of her privileged position.
179.
Dick Powell: Thanks a Million (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor/singer/director/producer Dick Powell.
180.
Bob Dylan: The American Troubadour (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of cutural icon, Bob Dylan, the singer/songwriter who will forever be linked to the 1960s.
181.
Charles Lindbergh: Against the Wind (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh.
182.
You Want to Bet? (2000) as Host ("Biography Close-Up")
Host Harry Smith profiles the proliferation and changing face of gambling in America. Among those profiled are: Larry Flynt, high-stakes blackjack player and pornography peddler; singer Gladys Knight, who fought to conquer a gambling addiction; Wendeen Eolis, a one-time adviser to New York City's ma
183.
Billy Graham: A Personal Crusade (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of preacher Billy Graham.
184.
2nd Annual Family Television Awards, The (2000)
Awards special that recognizes outstanding programming for family viewing. Eight awards are given to television shows and actors who represent family programming and values. The categories are: Actor; Actress; Drama Series; Comedy Series; Movie, Mini-Series or Special; Inspiring Stories/Pride in Our
185.
Richard Widmark: Strength of Characters (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor/producer Richard Widmark.
186.
Perry Como: The Singing Barber (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of singer Perry Como.
187.
Colonel Robert McCormick: Chicago Press Baron (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Colonel Robert McCormick, the publisher behind the early, controversial roots of the "Chicago Tribune" newspaper.
188.
Gerald Ford: Healing the Presidency (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of former President Gerald Ford. Even though he never sought the office, his performance came at a crucial time in the nation's history. After the scandal of the Nixon years, Ford's open style of government helped to restore the nation's trust in the presidency.
189.
National D-Day Museum (2000) as Host
D-Day expert Dr. Stephen Ambrose takes viewers on a personal tour of the National D-Day Museum in New Orleans. Dr. Ambrose describes the significance of the artifacts on display and explains how they were acquired.
190.
Next First Lady, The (2000) as Narrtion
Profiles of possible U.S. first ladies Tipper Gore, born Mary Elizabeth Aitcheson in 1948, and Laura Bush, born Laura Welch in 1946.
191.
Candice Bergen (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actress Candice Bergen.
192.
Barbara Walters: A Driving Force (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of journalist and television personality Barbara Walters.
193.
Mark Goodson: Will the Real Mark Goodson Please Stand Up? (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of game show producer Mark Goodson.
194.
Oprah Winfrey: Heart of the Matter (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of talk show host/actress/producer/reporter Oprah Winfrey.
195.
Hulk Hogan: American Made (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of professional wrestler and actor Terry Bollea, aka Hulk Hogan.
196.
Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock 'n' Roll (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Sam Phillips, the man who discovered Elvis Presley and made his mark at Sun Records with a stable of singers that included Jerry Lee Lewis, B.B. King, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Charlie Rich.
197.
Lowell Thomas: Man About the World (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of broadcaster and adventurer Lowell Thomas, the voice of newsreels and a nightly news broadcast that went on the air for 45 years.
198.
George VI: The Reluctant King (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of King George VI, a reluctant monarch who became king after his brother, Edward VIII, fell in love with Wallis Simpson and abdicated the throne in 1936.
199.
Henry Winkler: Hollywood's Coolest Character (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor/producer Henry Winkler, best known as Fonzie from the television series "Happy Days."
200.
Biography of the Year 2000 (2000) as Host ("Biography")
The ten most significant people of the year are counted down, revealing the choice for number one -- the person who had the greatest impact on our lives during 2000. Scientists Francis Collins and Craig Venter, jointly responsible for deciphering the human genome, are number one for the year 2000.
201.
William S. Paley: The Eye of CBS (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of William S. Paley, the legendary chairman of CBS.
202.
Vivien Leigh: A Delicate Balance (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actress Vivien Leigh, best known for her roles as the southern belles Scarlett O'Hara and Blanche DuBois.
203.
Steve Wozniak: The Wizard of Apple (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Steve Wozniak, the man behind the personal computer revolution, who created the first smaller, faster unit that came to be known as the Apple Computer in 1976.
204.
Joe Louis: The Boxer Who Beat Hitler (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of boxer Joe Louis, best remembered for two fights against the German boxer Max Schmelling, one in 1936 and one in 1938. In the politically charged atmosphere of the late 1930s, a black boxer born in America's segregated South found himself cast as the defender of freedom and democracy in a
205.
Morgan Fairchild (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actress Morgan Fairchild.
206.
Jeff Bezos: Boy Billionaire (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Jeff Bezos, the founder of amazon.com.
207.
2000 Olympic Games (2000) as Reporter ("Citius, Altius, Fortius") ("Citius, Altius, Fortius") (Equestrian); Sports Desk Reporter
Coverage of the 2000 Olympic Games from Sydney, Australia.
208.
Ed McMahon: America's Sidekick (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of television personality Ed McMahon.
209.
Peter the Great: Reformer and Tyrant (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Documentary about Peter the Great, Tsar of Russia from 1696 to 1725.
210.
Prince William: Coming of Age (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Great Britain's Prince William.
211.
Sandra Dee (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actress Sandra Dee.
212.
Ted Danson: One Lucky Guy (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor Ted Danson.
213.
Deborah Kerr: Getting to Know Her (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actress Deborah Kerr.
214.
Mary Magdalene: The Hidden Apostle (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Documentary about Mary Magdalene, the woman who, for nearly two thousand years, was believed to be a prostitute who repented and became a devoted disciple of Jesus. The program reveals new evidence that suggests that Mary Magdalene was not a prostitute, but a woman of wealth whose financial support
215.
So, You Want to Be President (2000) as Host
The program asks the question: "Why would anyone want to be President of the United State?" Harry Smith interviews those who've run, those who've won and those who've lost, and those who decided that they didn't have the stamina, the stomach or the hunger to face the demands of the race.
216.
Clint Black: A Better Man (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of country music star Clint Black.
217.
Sally Field: Defying Gravity (2000) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actress/director Sally Field.
218.
Times Capsule, The (1999) as Narration
Documentary special that reveals little-known stories of the last 1000 years based on The New York Times Magazine's millennium series of six special issues published in 1999. The program includes the stories of La Malinche, a slave woman who became the interpreter and lover of Spanish explorer Herna
219.
Spencer Tracy: Triumph and Turmoil (1999) as Narration
Profile of actor Spencer Tracy.
220.
Heinz: The Ketchup Kings (1999) as Narration
Chronicles the story of the Heinz family. The father overcame bankruptcy to build an international business. The son guided the family company through the Great Depression. The grandson took the business public and brought it to new heights. Through three generations, the Heinz family gave to the ci
221.
Human Tragedy: The Faces of Kosovo With Harry Smith (1999) as Narration
Documentary on the ethnic Albanian refugees who have fled their homes in Kosovo and are living in camps in Macedonia during the Serb/Kosovo conflict.
222.
Michael Landon (1999) as Narration
Biography that chronicles the life of actor Michael Landon.
223.
Bill Bradley: In the Game (1999) as Narration
Biography about former basketball player and U.S. Senator Bill Bradley.
224.
Drew Barrymore (1999) as Narration
Biography of actress Drew Barrymore.
225.
Katharine Hepburn: On Her Own Terms (1999) as Narration
Biographical documentary of actress Katharine Hepburn.
226.
Irving Berlin: An American Song (1999) as Narration
Profile of American songwriter Irving Berlin.
227.
Ann Landers: America's Confidante (1999) as Narration
Profile of Eppie Lederer, also known as advice columnist Ann Landers.
228.
Dear Home: Letters From WWII (1999) as Narration
Special that features letters sent home by the soldiers of World War II. Includes interviews with the men who wrote the correspondence.
229.
Pat Nixon (1999) as Narration
Chronicles the life of former First Lady Pat Nixon.
230.
George W. Bush (1999) as Narration
Profile of George W. Bush, son of former President Bush and the first governor ever to be elected to a second term in the history of Texas.
231.
Susan Sarandon: Rebel With a Cause (1999) as Narration
Biography about Susan Sarandon. Includes photos, clips and outtakes and interviews with friends, family and colleagues.
232.
Barbara Hutton: Million Dollar Baby (1999) as Narration
Profile of Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton.
233.
Carolyn Bessette: A Style of Her Own -- Anatomy of a Tragedy (1999) as Narration
Profile of the late Carolyn Bessette and her husband John F. Kennedy Jr. Includes news coverage and in-studio interviews.
234.
Kurt Russell: Hollywood's Heavy Hitter (1999) as Narration
Biography of actor Kurt Russell.
235.
Biography of the Millennium: 100 People... 1000 Years (1999) as Narration
Documentary special that tells the stories of the most fascinating and significant lives of the last 1000 years as chosen by more than 360 journalists, scholars and political leaders.
236.
Dudley Moore: In Pursuit of Happiness (1999) as Narration
Profile of actor/musician Dudley Moore.
237.
Fred Gwynne (1999) as Narration
Profile of actor Fred Gwynne.
238.
Charles Atlas: Modern Day Hercules (1999) as Narration
Biography of bodybuilder Charles Atlas (1893-1972).
239.
Brian Epstein (1999) as Narration
Documentary about the life and career of Beatle's manager Brian Epstein.
240.
Kris Kristofferson (1999) as Narration
Profile of singer/songwriter/actor Kris Kristofferson.
241.
J. Edgar Hoover: Personal and Confidential (1999) as Narration
Profile of J. Edgar Hoover, the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1924 until his death in 1972.
242.
Samuel L. Jackson (1999) as Narration
Profile of actor Samuel L. Jackson.
243.
Nick Nolte (1999) as Narration
Profile of actor Nick Nolte.
244.
Ricki Lake (1999) as Narration
Profile of talk-show host Ricki Lake.
245.
Queen Noor: Between Two Realms (1999) as Narration
Profile of American Lisa Halaby, who became Queen Noor when she married King Hussein of Jordan in 1978.
246.
Harlem Globetrotters (1999) as Narration
Profile of the Harlem Globetrotters and their coach Abe Saperstein.
247.
Richard Speck (1999) as Narration
Biography about Richard Speck, a man convicted of killing eight nurses in 1966.
248.
Nicolas Cage: Wild at Heart (1999) as Narration
Biography about actor Nicolas Cage. Includes candid photos, clips and outtakes and interviews with friends, family and colleagues.
249.
Ingrid Bergman (1999) as Narration
Profile of actress Ingrid Bergman.
250.
Drew Barrymore (1999) as Host ("Biography")
Biography of actress Drew Barrymore.
251.
Gulf War, The (1999) as Host
Follows the Gulf War's buildup and widely televised duration, starting with Iraq's surprise invasion of Kuwait in August 1990.
252.
Declaration of Independence, The (1999) as Host
Documentary that traces the history of the Declaration of Independence. Historical paintings and reenactments demonstrate how and where the Continental Congress gathered and debated, how the Declaration was reprinted and how the news of its signing was spread. Interviews with historians and archivis
253.
Kris Kristofferson (1999) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of singer/songwriter/actor Kris Kristofferson.
254.
Carolyn Bessette: A Style of Her Own -- Anatomy of a Tragedy (1999) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of the late Carolyn Bessette and her husband John F. Kennedy Jr. Includes news coverage and in-studio interviews.
255.
New Year 2000: Centuries of Celebration (1999) as Host
Documentary that looks at how the new year is celebrated in Chinese, Hindu and Jewish cultures, as well as the origins of Western traditions.
256.
Kurt Russell: Hollywood's Heavy Hitter (1999) as Host ("Biography")
Biography of actor Kurt Russell.
257.
Biography of the Millennium: 100 People... 1000 Years (1999) as Host
Documentary special that tells the stories of the most fascinating and significant lives of the last 1000 years as chosen by more than 360 journalists, scholars and political leaders.
258.
John Steinbeck: An American Writer (1999) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of the American writer John Steinbeck, author of "The Grapes of Wrath," "Of Mice and Men," "East of Eden" and "Cannery Row."
259.
Slobodan Milosevic: Serbian Strongman (1999) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic. NATO goes to war to stop the President's ethnic cleansing of Kosovo.
260.
Nick Nolte (1999) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actor Nick Nolte.
261.
John F. Kennedy, Jr.: Child of a Dream (1999) as Host ("Biography")
Documentary profile of the late John F. Kennedy Jr. Includes news coverage and in-studio interviews.
262.
Human Tragedy: The Faces of Kosovo With Harry Smith (1999) as Anchor; Field Correspondent
Documentary on the ethnic Albanian refugees who have fled their homes in Kosovo and are living in camps in Macedonia during the Serb/Kosovo conflict.
263.
Dear Home: Letters From WWII (1999) as Host
Special that features letters sent home by the soldiers of World War II. Includes interviews with the men who wrote the correspondence.
264.
Jacques Cousteau (1998) as Narration
Profile of diver, inventor, showman and conservationist Jacques Cousteau.
265.
Joan Rivers: Can She Talk! (1998) as Narration
Profile of talk show host and comedian Joan Rivers.
266.
Della Reese: Outspoken Angel (1998) as Narration
Profile of singer/actress Della Reese.
267.
Mike Wallace: TV's Grand Inquisitor (1998) as Narration
Profile of journalist Mike Wallace.
268.
Christmas Unwrapped: The History of Christmas (1998) as Host
Special follows the evolution of the Christmas holiday from the Romans' Saturnalia festival and the fire festivals of the Norsemen to the emergence of Christmas as a celebration of the birth of Christ.
269.
Ann-Margret: Sugar and Spice (1998) as Host ("Biography")
Profile of actress Ann-Margret.
270.
Olympic Winter Games XVIII (1998) as Cbs News Correspondent
Coverage of the 1998 Winter Olympic Games from Nagano, Japan.
271.
Haunted History of Halloween (1998) as Host
A look at the Celtic and Christian origins of Halloween traditions, such as "trick or treat," costume parties, Jack O'Lanterns, witches and hobgoblins. Features interviews with folklorists, a Druid priestess and a Pagan High Priestess, humorist Garrison Keillor and historians.
272.
Mia Farrow: A Life of Drama (1997) as Narration
Profile of actress Mia Farrow, from her privileged childhood as the daughter of movie star Maureen O'Sullivan and director John Farrow, to her scandalous relationship with actor/director Woody Allen.
273.
Al Gore: A Burning Ambition (1997) as Narration
Biographical documentary of Vice President Al Gore.
274.
Quincy Jones: The Incomparable Q (1997) as Narration
Biographical documentary of record producer and musician Quincy Jones.
275.
Too Soon For Sex?: The Class of 2000 (1997) as Correspondent
Report from Tillamook, Oregon, exploring teen sexuality and featuring interviews with teenagers, their parents, a high school counselor, an expert on teen sexuality from the University of Washington and author Naomi Wolf.
276.
Peter Lorre: The Master of Menace (1996) as Narration
Biographical documentary of actor Peter Lorre.
277.
Marlon Brando: Breaking All the Rules (1996) as Narration
Biographical documentary of actor Marlon Brando.
278.
Smithsonian Fantastic Journey (1996) as Correspondent
Third special highlighting the 150th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution. Segments include the Smithsonian birthday celebration in Washington, D.C. with celebrity guests, a report on elephants in Malaysia who have been placed in protected forests, a look at the increasing problems with brown
279.
Who's Getting Rich and Why Aren't You? (1996) as Anchor; Reporter
Documentary examining America's shifting economy and explains what is happening to the middle class. Featuring interviews with the people on whom these changes are having a profound impact, ranging from entrepreneurs and specialists who have become successful, to the workers who are holding on to id
280.
Election Night 96 (1996) as Reporter
Live coverage and analysis of the 1996 elections.
281.
Muhammad Ali: The Greatest (1996) as Host ("Biography")
Biography of heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali.
282.
Walt Disney Company and McDonald's Present The American Teacher Awards, The (1995) as Presenter
Live presentation of the sixth annual American Teacher Awards, honoring 36 educators in the United States.
283.
Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, The (1994) as Presenter
Telecast of the fifth annual American Teacher Awards, honoring outstanding teachers throughout the United States.
284.
P.O.W.E.R.: The Eddie Matos Story (1994) as Crackhead
An inner city youth turns to selling crack and reaps large financial rewards, but eventually gets shot and paralyzed for life.
285.
1994 Olympic Winter Games (1994) as Morning Host
Coverage of the 1994 Winter Olympic Games from Lillehammer, Norway.
286.
Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, The (1993) as Presenter
An awards special showcasing the talents and skills of 36 teachers from across the United States. Celebrities present awards to 12 teachers selected selected from the 36 by a special committee. The teachers themselves select the Outstanding Teacher of 1993 from among the 12 finalists.
287.
1992 Winter Olympics, The (1992) as Host (Weekday Morning)
Coverage of the 1992 Winter Olympic Games from Albertville, France.
288.
Jimmy Hoffa (1992) as Host/ Narration ("Biography")
A documentary on the life and career of powerful labor leader Jimmy Hoffa, who mysteriously disappeared in 1975 while he was head of the Teamsters Union amidst charges that he had gangland links.
289.
Remember Pearl Harbor (1991) as Reporter
A special broadcast combining live reporting and historical footage of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor the fiftieth anniversary of the event.
290.
America's Toughest Assignment: Solving the Education Crisis (1990)
A documentary examining the scope of the escalating crisis in American public school education.
291.
Catholics in America (1987)
A news special, broadcast as part of CBS News' coverage of Pope John Paul II's 10-day visit to the United States, which examines the many issues dividing the Pope and America's Catholics, such as abortion, birth control, gay rights, Vatican finances, priesthood for women, and the common bonds and te

Writer (special)

292.
Biography of the Year 2001 (2001) as Writer
"Biography" profiles people who made news in 2001. Those profiled include: President George W. Bush; U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld; New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani; British Prime Minister Tony Blair; U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of State Colin Powell; Civilian Heroe
293.
Biography of the Year 2000 (2000) as Writer
The ten most significant people of the year are counted down, revealing the choice for number one -- the person who had the greatest impact on our lives during 2000. Scientists Francis Collins and Craig Venter, jointly responsible for deciphering the human genome, are number one for the year 2000.
294.
Human Tragedy: The Faces of Kosovo With Harry Smith (1999) as Writer
Documentary on the ethnic Albanian refugees who have fled their homes in Kosovo and are living in camps in Macedonia during the Serb/Kosovo conflict.
295.
Too Soon For Sex?: The Class of 2000 (1997) as Writer
Report from Tillamook, Oregon, exploring teen sexuality and featuring interviews with teenagers, their parents, a high school counselor, an expert on teen sexuality from the University of Washington and author Naomi Wolf.
296.
Who's Getting Rich and Why Aren't You? (1996) as Writer
Documentary examining America's shifting economy and explains what is happening to the middle class. Featuring interviews with the people on whom these changes are having a profound impact, ranging from entrepreneurs and specialists who have become successful, to the workers who are holding on to id

Misc. Crew (special)

297.
Dear Home: Letters From WWII (1999) as From Idea
Special that features letters sent home by the soldiers of World War II. Includes interviews with the men who wrote the correspondence.

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