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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Music (feature film)

1.
Gunsmoke: To the Last Man (1992)
A television movie sequel based on the long-running series "Gunsmoke." Matt Dillon finds himself in the midst of the Pleasant Valley War of the 1880s in Arizona.
2.
Blood River (1991)
A young drifter pursued by a posse on murder charges forms an unlikely relationship with a cantankerous trapper.
3.
Donor (1990)
A young doctor stumbles across a series of mysterious series of events at a hospital, including a case of human experimentation, murder, and a cover-up.
4.
Miracle Landing (1990)
The crew of an Aloha Airlines plane manages to land the airliner when it sustains severe damage after the top skin of its fuselage rips off during flight. Based on a true story.
5.
Good Night, Sweet Wife: A Murder in Boston (1990)
A television movie based on the true story of the bizarre murder/suicide case of the Boston couple, Charles and Carol Stuart, in late 1989.
6.
So Proudly We Hail (1990)
A story about the rise of a neo-Nazi movement in the United States. Three aimless young men and a college professor inadvertently get involved in the white supremacist "skinheads" movement.
7.
Single Women, Married Men (1989)
A television movie based on a true story. After an affair with a married man, a single, female psychologist helps organize a support group for other women who have had similar experiences.
8.
Comeback, The (1989)
A former college and pro football great's career is cut short by an injury. He squanders the last 20 years of his life as a jet-setting vagabond. Returning to Minneapolis to establish a new career, he tries to resume a relationship with a college-age son he barely knows. Meanwhile, trying to he inad
9.
Unconquered (1989)
The true story of Richmond Flowers Jr who overcame illness, a physical handicap and the derision of his classmates because of his father's liberal views on integration, to become a world-class hurdler and football star.
10.
Night Walk (1989)
A woman who witnesses a murder on a secluded beach becomes the target of professional killers. The investigating officers are reluctant to believe the woman's story since there is no evidence that a murder has been committed.
11.
Littlest Victims, The (1989)
A movie based on the true story of Dr. James Oleske, a Newark, New Jersey-based pediatrician who was credited with being one of the first physicians in the U.S. to detect the AIDS virus in children.
12.
Money, Power, Murder (1989)
A cable news journalist solves the mystery behind the disappearance of an anchorwoman. While investigating the disappearance, he unravels a bizarre mystery involving a television network president, a Broadway producer, a powerful TV evangelist and other figures from the woman's past and present.
13.
Outback Bound (1988)
A glamorous Beverly Hills woman suddenly finds herself penniless and travels to the Australian outback to sell her late father's worthless opal mine. Complications arise when two locals compete for her affections.
14.
Who Gets the Friends? (1988)
An upper middle-class housewife whose life is jolted when her husband suddenly seeks divorce after 17 years of seemingly wedded bliss.
15.
Hostage (1988)
A lonely widow is kidnapped by a desperate fugitive from justice, a young woman who has been convicted of attempted murder. When she takes the widow hostage, captor and captive become the hunted, by both the law and the fugitive's unbalanced, vengeful father who has threatened to kill her. An unusua
16.
Deadly Deception (1987)
A widowed father launches a desperate search for his infant son, despite the misgivings of family, friends and police who believe the child is dead. Jack Shoat is concerned about his wife's bouts with depression after having given birth to their son. When she is found dead, along with an apparant su
17.
Red Spider, The (1987)
A movie based on characters from William J. Caunitz's novel "One Police Plaza" (which was a CBS telefilm in 1986), about a bizarre murder which taxes routine police procedures.
18.
Return Of Sherlock Holmes, The (1987)
A television movie about the great detective Sherlock Holmes, as he finds himself revived in the 1980s. Jane Watson, the great-granddaughter of John Watson, Holmes' perpetual companion and chronicler, inherits his home in England. After traveling there to see the house, she discovers a body in the b
19.
Stark: Mirror Image (1986)
Nicolas Surovy returns as Sgt. Evan Stark, the no-nonsense police detective from Wichita, a role he had created in the 1985 TV movie, "Stark," this time prowling the Las Vegas strip in search of his partner's killer. Both Dennis Hopper, as Lt. Ron Bliss, the Vegas police chief with whom Stark has a
20.
Under the Influence (1986)
Andy Griffith's greatly-admired portrayal of a man whose alcoholism has a devastating effect not only on his professional life but on his family as well was the driving force behind this drama by Joyce Rebeta-Burditt, herself a recovered alcoholic whose novel "The Cracker Factory" had become a TV mo
21.
Who Is Julia? (1986)
A movie about the legal and moral decisions that must be faced after the first human brain transplant. After a stunning model and an average-looking housewife are presumed dead after the first is hit by a truck and the other suffers a sudden brain hemorrhage, their fates come together in a daring ex
22.
Picking Up the Pieces (1985)
Margot Kidder is the plucky wife and mother who literally picks herself up off the floor when her vindictive husband, threatened by her demand of divorce, strips their household of its possessions, closes out their bank account and cuts off her credit cards. James Farentino is a widower with whom sh
23.
Chase (1985)
After her father's death, Sandy Albright abandons her law practice in California, and returns to her rural Washington hometown. When a respected judge is murdered, the suspect insists that Sandy act in his defense. Because the murdered judge was her friend and mentor, Sandy is forced to confront her
24.
Love, Mary (1985)
This television movie is based on the events in the life of a nearly illiterate teenager who, against all odds, went from reform school inmate to award-winning medical student and resident physician by age thirty-five.
25.
Stark (1985)
Hard-drinking Wichita cop comes to Las Vegas in search of his younger sister, a chorus girl who has disappeared with one of her roommates, and ends up taking on the Vegas mob. Nicolas Surovy (daytime soap actor son of former diva Rise Stevens) and Dennis Hopper, returning to American moviemaking aft
26.
Lightship, The (1985) as Music Editor
A band of criminals hijack a Coast Guard ship and face a stern showdown with the ship's captain.
27.
Calamity Jane (1984)
An exploration of the myths surrounding the colorful western heroine and both the legendary Wild Bill Hickock, with whom she had an unorthodox courtship, and the flamboyant Buffalo Bill Cody, between the 1870's and the turn of the century. Although sharing a title, this film has nothing to do with t
28.
Last of the Great Survivors (1984)
A dedicated social worker joins forces with a group of senior citizens fighting City Hall to prevent the demolition of their apartment building and falls for the man she meets on a blind date at a punk rock club. She soon learns that he is the building inspector who condemned the seniors' decrepit h
29.
Listen to Your Heart (1983)
Kate Jackson and Tim Matheson try to maintain a relationship while working together for the same publishing company where she has taken a job as an art director after bailing out of a six-year romance with someone else, and he is an upwardly mobile editor. Filmed on location in Chicago, it initially
30.
Another Woman's Child (1983)
This drama about step-parenting finds Linda Lavin and Tony LoBianco as a happily married couple into whose lives suddenly comes the young daughter he fathered out of wedlock. The original title for this movie, co-produced by Lavin, was "The Far Shore."
31.
White Water Rebels (1983)
This adventure drama out of the "Deliverance" school puts white water kayaker James Brolin, and freelance photojournalist Catherine Bach, on a collision course with unscrupulous developer Richard Lynch, who will stop at nothing to build his dam.
32.
Two Kinds of Love (1983)
The coming of age of young Ricky Schroder. His doting mother, Lindsay Wagner, dies suddenly, his workaholic dad, Peter Weller, hardly knows him and girls are beginning to attract him.
33.
Drop-out Father (1982)
Successful advertising executive decides to get out of the rat race but the family rebels at the new lifestyle he outlines. He and his youngest daughter leave the suburbs for a Manhattan loft apartment while the rest of the brood -- wife and three kids -- re-evaluate the situation. For his engaging
34.
Muggable Mary: Street Cop (1982)
Karen Valentine is real-life New York City policewoman, Mary Glatzle, a jobless divorcee whose young son's congenital medical problem caused her to join the force and tough it out at the police academy before being allowed to prove herself as an undercover cop.
35.
Country Gold (1982)
A Nashville star, at the pinnacle of her career, offers friendship to an aspiring young singer and long-time fan who has ingratiated her way into the entertainer's life, finds that friendship betrayed in this down-home version of "All About Eve".
36.
Challenge, The (1982) as Music Editor
A samurai sword is the focus of a bitter feud between two brothers in Japan, one a businessman and the other one who has followed the traditional samurai path. Unaware of the meaning of the sword, an American boxer who is down on his luck is hired by one of the brothers to bring it back to Japan. On
37.
Sword Of The Ninja (1982) as Music Editor
A samurai sword is the focus of a bitter feud between two brothers in Japan, one a businessman and the other one who has followed the traditional samurai path. Unaware of the meaning of the sword, an American boxer who is down on his luck is hired by one of the brothers to bring it back to Japan. On
38.
Butterfly (1981) as Music Editor
Jess Tyler is hermit who has lived in the desert for years, protecting an abandoned silver mine. One day, he is surprised by the return of his grown daughter Kady, who was taken away as a baby when his wife left him. Kady has been rejected by the rich young man who fathered her illegitimate child, a
39.
Endless Love (1981) as Music Editor
The obssessive love between two teens leads to disaster.

Sound (feature film)

40.
Dream Breakers (1989)
A movie about a Chicago family -- a building contractor and his two sons who have opposing ideologies. One brother works for a power-hungry builder with underworld connections; the younger son, a priest in one of the city's poor parishes, is fighting the forces for which his brother works.

Music (special)

41.
Sisters (1990) as Music Editor
A pilot for a series not picked up by CBS. Focuses on three sisters living in Manhattan and the special relationship they share. The eldest sister lives with her boyfriend but is unwilling to marry him. The middle sister is newly divorced and raises her daughter while holding down a job in the fashi

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