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Director (feature film)

1.
Shock and Awe (2017)
In 2003, as the Bush administration prepares to go into Iraq, a group of journalists is asking tough questions about the threat used to justify the war, Saddam Hussein's alleged WMD's.
2.
LBJ (2016)
Lyndon Johnson goes from powerful Senate Majority Leader, powerless Vice President to President of the United States following the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
3.
Being Charlie (2016)
When 18-year-old Charlie breaks out of a youth drug treatment clinic and goes home, his parents send him to adult rehab where he meets a beautiful but troubled girl, Eva.
4.
5.
Magic of Belle Isle, The (2012)
A famous Western novelist's struggle with alcoholism has sapped his passion for writing. He decides to take a lakeside cabin for the summer in picturesque Belle Isle, and befriends the family next door-an attractive single mom and her young daughters-who help him find inspiration again.
6.
Flipped (2010)
When second-graders Bryce and Juli first meet, Juli knows it's love. Bryce isn't so sure. Beginning that day, and for the next six years, young Bryce does everything he can to keep his outspoken wannabe girlfriend at arm's length, which isn't easy since they go to the same school and live across the
7.
Bucket List, The (2007)
A long time ago, Carter Chambers'' philosophy professor suggested that his students compose a "bucket list," a collection of all the things they wanted to do, see and experience in life before they kicked the bucket. But while Carter was trying to define his private dreams and plans, reality intruded. Marriage, children, myriad responsibilities and, ultimately, a 46-year job as an auto mechanic turned his concept of a bucket list into little more than a bittersweet memory of lost opportunities and a mental exercise he occasionally thought about to pass the time. Meanwhile, corporate billionaire Edward Cole never saw a list without a bottom line. He was always too busy making money and building an empire to think about what his deeper needs might be beyond the next big acquisition or cup of gourmet coffee. Then life delivered an urgent and unexpected wake-up call to both of them. Carter and Edward found themselves sharing a hospital room with plenty of time to think about what might happen next--and about how much of that was in their hands. For all their apparent differences, they discovered they had two very important things in common: an unrealized need to come to terms with who they were and the choices they''d made, and a pressing desire to spend the time they had left doing everything they ever wanted to do. So, against doctor''s orders and all good sense, these two virtual strangers check themselves out of the hospital and hit the road together for the adventure of a lifetime--from the Taj Mahal to the Serengeti, the finest restaurants to the seediest tattoo parlors, the cockpit of vintage race cars to the open door of a prop plane--with just a sheet of paper and their passion for life to guide them. Adding and crossing items off their list while taking in the grandeur and beauty of the world, they grapple with the difficult questions and the even more difficult answers that plague all of us. And, without even realizing it, become true friends.
8.
Rumor Has It... (2005) as Director
Sarah Huttinger is in a tailspin. She has agreed to marry her boyfriend, Jeff, but is terrified of going through with it. Her journalism career has stalled at the obituary desk of The New York Times. Now, her sister, Annie is plunging into marriage with her tennis partner and Sarah must return home
9.
Alex & Emma (2003) as Director
Alex Sheldon is an author whose writer's block is the least of his problems--he also happens to be flat broke and owes Cuban loan sharks $100,000. The thugs give Alex an ultimatum: pay up in 30 days or wind up dead. The only way Alex is going to get that kind of money is by finishing his novel, whic
10.
Story of Us, The (1999) as Director
Ben and Katie have been happily married for 15 years and have two wonderful children to whom they are both devoted. But Katie feels that their relationship has stopped progressing and needs to be rejuvenated. While their children, Josh and Erin, are away at summer camp, the Jordans attempt a trial
11.
Ghosts of Mississippi (1996) as Director
Shortly after midnight on June 12, 1963, an assassin''s bullet ended the life of civil rights activist Medgar Evers, the first field secretary for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the state of Mississippi. His killer was white supremacist Byron De La Beckwith, who was released after two trials in 1963 ended in hung juries. Nearly thirty-one years would pass before justice would make its peace with Medgar Evers. After he is assigned to reopen the case, Assistant District Attorney Bobby DeLaughter enlists the aid of investigators Charlie Crisco and Benny Bennett in uncovering evidence once thought impossible to reclaim. Throughout a journey filled with self-doubt and public criticism, he pursues not only justice for Medgar and Myrlie, his victimized widow, but also proof that Mississippi can change for the better as well.
12.
American President, The (1995) as Director
How does the widowed leader of the free world balance his many obligations to his country with the ordinary demands and everyday rites of courtship? When President Andrew Shepherd, quite unexpectedly, falls in love with Sydney Wade, an environmental lobbyist, he must overcome obstacles not faced by average citizens; he must worry that the public''s right to know will collide with the desire for personal privacy. He must contend with approval ratings, an inquiring press and an aggressive political opponent just to go on a date. The President''s advisors, chief of staff, domestic policy advisor, White House pollster and press secretary help him get through his busy schedule, deal with demands of congress and quell any global predicaments. But political crises are different than personal ones and somehow the American President alone must find a way to balance his love for his country with his love for an incredible woman.
13.
North (1994) as Director
Feeling unappreciated by his mother and father, an 11-year-old boy finds a lawyer, declares himself a "free agent" and searches the world for the "perfect" parents.
14.
A Few Good Men (1992) as Director
When a Marine dies on a US Navy base, two fellow Marines stand trial for murder.
15.
Misery (1990) as Director
Directed by Rob Reiner, the Academy Award-winning film "Misery" (1990) stars James Caan as romance author Paul Sheldon. He rents a remote cabin so he can write the great American novel, but crashes his car during a raging blizzard, losing consciousness and breaking his legs. Kathy Bates won the Oscar for her portrayal of Annie Wilkes, a local woman who rescues him and just so happens to be his biggest fan. She cares for him tenderly until she finishes his latest book. Then she wants revenge. Oscar-winning screenwriter William Goldman adapted a Stephen King novel, creating a heart-stopping psychological thriller.
16.
When Harry Met Sally... (1989) as Director
A man and a woman turn a feud into a lasting friendship, until love threatens to ruin everything.
17.
Princess Bride, The (1987) as Director
A fairy tale about a beautiful girl who is to be married to a nasty prince, but who is in love with another.
18.
Stand by Me (1986) as Director
Four friends share a rite of passage on a long walk to view a dead body.
19.
The Sure Thing (1985) as Director
Traveling to a spring break hookup, a college freshman has to car pool with a fussy female classmate.
20.
This Is Spinal Tap (1984) as Director
A filmmaker documents the history of Spinal Tap, the world''''s loudest rock band.

Cast (feature film)

21.
Shock and Awe (2017)
In 2003, as the Bush administration prepares to go into Iraq, a group of journalists is asking tough questions about the threat used to justify the war, Saddam Hussein's alleged WMD's.
22.
23.
Wolf of Wall Street, The (2013)
This is the true story of the outlandish rise and non-stop pleasure-hunting descent of Jordan Belfort, the New York stockbroker who, along with his merry band of brokers, makes a gargantuan fortune by defrauding investors out of millions. Belfort transforms from a righteous young Wall Street newcome
24.
These Amazing Shadows (2011)
As the government-appointed protector of our cinematic legacy, the National Film Registry selects culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant works for preservation in the Library of Congress. From award-winning features to music videos, experimental films to home movies, each registry se
25.
Certifiably Jonathan (2011)
Jonathan Winters, 85-year-old comic genius, is a gifted painter. He dreams of having his paintings hang in the Museum of Modern Art. When Jonathan's art exhibitions in Beverly Hills and Las Vegas fail, a discouraged Jonathan is ready to abandon his dream. The filmmakers decide to help by hunting dow
26.
Everyone's Hero (2006)
Set in the 1930s, the story revolves around a father and son and two legendary urban baseball teams.
27.
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003) as Himself
Dickie Roberts is a 35-year old former child star. Now an out-of-work actor turned parking valet, Dickie is desperate to audition for a great role that could revitalize his career, but the part requires him to play a "normal" guy. Problem is, Dickie is anything but normal. He decides to hire a family to adopt him so he can relive his childhood and, in essence, grow up from scratch.
28.
Alex & Emma (2003) as Wirschafter
Alex Sheldon is an author whose writer's block is the least of his problems--he also happens to be flat broke and owes Cuban loan sharks $100,000. The thugs give Alex an ultimatum: pay up in 30 days or wind up dead. The only way Alex is going to get that kind of money is by finishing his novel, whic
29.
Majestic, The (2001) as Voice Of Studio Executive (Cameo Appearance)
Hollywood screenwriter Peter Appleton, a staff writer at HHS Studios in 1951, is an ambitious up-and-comer. His first produced screenplay, a B-movie swashbuckler entitled "Sand Pirates of the Sahara," has just opened on a double bill with John Huston's adventure, "The African Queen," at Grauman's Ch
30.
Story of Us, The (1999) as Stan
Ben and Katie have been happily married for 15 years and have two wonderful children to whom they are both devoted. But Katie feels that their relationship has stopped progressing and needs to be rejuvenated. While their children, Josh and Erin, are away at summer camp, the Jordans attempt a trial
31.
Forever Hollywood (1999) as Himself
Comprised from over 400 images from archives and feature films, this short traces the history of American film through the years, featuring footage from the industry's earliest days, behind-the-scenes glimpses of studios and films in production, rare home movies of the stars and sneak peeks into Hol
32.
Muse, The (1999) as Himself (Cameo Appearance)
One fine night, Hollywood screenwriter Steven Phillips basks in the honor of a humanitarian award, presented to him at a black-tie dinner as his proud wife Laura and daughters look on. One crappy morning later, a junior studio executive is telling Steven that he's lost his creative "edge," and relea
33.
Ed TV (1999) as Whitaker
An avid tv watcher wins a contest and the following months in his life are chronicled by a camera crew, minute by minute. To begin with, video store clerk Ed welcomes the attention, and the show is saving the cable station that gambled on its success. But gradually, as his family and friends become celebrities too, Ed finds a downside to his fame. He becomes estranged from his brother, encounters the father who left his family years before, and rifts emerge between his mother and her husband.
34.
Primary Colors (1998) as Izzy Rosenblatt
The fictional story of a presidential run by Jack Stanton, a womanizing, idealistic Southern governor who battles other Democratic candidates in a primary run in 1992. As seen through the eyes of his African-American campaign manager, the Stanton campaign is filled with enthusiastic young Democrats all of whom have dreams that their man is going to win. The story behind the scenes, however, is a little more bawdy and involves Jack Stanton''s politically astute wife; an attempt to blackmail the candidate with doctored audiotapes detailing a past sexual encounter; an alleged bastard child of Stanton''s from a black teenager; a possibly illegal real estate deal known as Tidewater Estates; the uncovering of a candidate''s past as a cocaine-addicted homosexual by Stanton''s campaign; and the suicide of one of Stanton''s longtime friends.
35.
First Wives Club, The (1996) as Dr Morris Packman
Marriage has turned into a crash dive for Brenda Morelli Cushman, Elise Elliot Atchison and Annie MacDuggan Paradise. These three well-heeled Manhattanites were chums during their college days, but they all took different paths. Brenda married an electronics-emporium magnate, Elise became a film sta
36.
Mad Dog Time (1996) as Albert The Chauffeur
It begins with the buzz: "Vic's getting out." Vic is the boss of bosses, capo di tutti, but he's been out of commission--locked up in a mental institution. His chief enforcer, "Brass Balls" Ben London, has been keeping an eye on the operation in his absence. He's a motor-mouthed overdose of testoste
37.
For Better or Worse... (1995)
Michael Makeshift is a chronic loser whose fiancee hasn''t called him in six months, who attends AA meetings just for company and whose psychiatrist supplies him with "video dog" tapes because Michael fears a real pet might abandon him. One night, Michael''s ne''er-do-well brother, Reggie, appears at Michael''s door with his very beautiful, very unconscious bride, Valerie. He begs Michael to watch over her for a few days until a business deal comes through that he promises will make them all rich. Countless double-deals, triple-crosses and misunderstandings later, Valerie and Michael realize they are in love. Unfortunately, they''re also in-laws.
38.
Bye, Bye Love (1995) as Dr Townsend
Three recently divorced dads who have weekend custody of their kids get a crash course in advanced parenthood and remedial dating. In the course of 48 hours, the three friends discover that even though marriages may end, families last forever.
39.
Bullets Over Broadway (1994) as Sheldon Flender
Set in the Roaring '20s, this comedy revolves around the mob's interaction with the show business world, primarily through the relationship between a playwright and a mobster.
40.
Mixed Nuts (1994) as Dr Kinsky
Christmas is only hours away, and Philip and his dedicated staff are about to go just a little crazy. Philip is a clumsy do-gooder who runs Lifesavers, a suicide prevention hotline service in the funky beach community of Venice, California. Unfortunately, Lifesavers is going to be evicted so the landlord can turn the building into a condominium complex. Philip, however, remains optimistic. He always sees the light at the end of the tunnel, even though it''s inevitably the headlight of the next oncoming train. Philip''s Lifesavers is a place where the rescuers need help, where the lines of communication are hopelessly tangled, where anxious callers get cut off. Here, disorder is the order of the day, particularly on Christmas Eve, when people can become so overwhelmed by all that Yuletide cheer that there''s only one thing to do--reach for the phone and call for help.
41.
Sleepless In Seattle (1993) as Jay
A motherless boy uses a radio talk show to find a new wife for his father.
42.
Hearts Of Stone (1991) as Host ("Showtime 30-Minute Movie")
A drama about two rival gang members who decide to settle their differences by playing a deadly one-on-one game of Russian roulette.
43.
Regarding Henry (1991) as (Cameo Appearance)
a heartless lawyer with a win-at-all-costs mentality is shot, he loses his memory. He is then forced to confront the man he once was and the man he hopes to become.
44.
Spirit of '76, The (1990) as Dr Cash
A time travel comedy about Americans from the future who attempt to go back in time, to 1776, but end up in 1976.
45.
Postcards From The Edge (1990) as Joe Pierce
Based on Carrie Fisher's roman a clef, the story concerns a young actress who has recently gone through drug rehabilitation, and is trying to cope with not only the Hollywood scene but her own mother's, a former musical comedy star of the 50s and 60s, more socially acceptable alcoholism.
46.
In the Mood (1987) as Narration (Newsreel)
When 15-year-old Sonny Wisecarver has an affair with his older neighbor Francine and then runs off to marry her, a stern judge has the union annulled. Then, when Sonny finds himself before the same judge after getting involved with another woman in her 20s, the publicity from this case makes him the
47.
Throw Momma From The Train (1987) as Joel
A man tries to get his creative writing teacher to kill his abusive mother.
48.
This Is Spinal Tap (1984) as Marty Dibergi
A filmmaker documents the history of Spinal Tap, the world''''s loudest rock band.
49.
Million Dollar Infield (1982) as Monte Miller
Rob Reiner co-produced and co-wrote this affectionate, semi-autobiographical comedy and stars as third baseman Monte Miller, an affluent Long Island suburbanite who finds his life, and those of three buddies, revolving around their softball team at the expense of their crumbling marriages.
50.
More Than Friends (1978) as Alan Corkus
A romantic comedy, loosely based on the early courtship of Rob Reiner and his wife, Penny Marshall. It's about a young couple who can't make up their minds whether they just want to be bosom buddies or uncommitted lovers and their embattled relationship between 1958 and 1971 when her show business a
51.
Fire Sale (1977) as Russel Fikus
Benny and his wife Ruthie a getting set to drive down to Florida, but Benny needs someone to look after his store while he's gone. Though he doesn't think much of him, Benny hands the responsibility over to his son, Russel. While Russel doesn't get much respect from his parents, he's better off than his brother, Ezra, whom Benny has gone so far as to disown. Ezra is currently battling with his work (coach of a high school basketball team that hasn't won in ages) and his wife (who keeps nagging him that she wants to have a baby as soon as possible) at the same time.
53.
Thursday's Game (1974) as Joel Forrest
A delightful adult comedy with a stellar cast dealing with the marital and business problems of a couple of middle-aged men who continue their night out with the boys even after the breakup of their Thursday evening poker game. Made in 1971 as a theatrical release, it was shelved for several years b
54.
Summertree (1971) as Don
As he is dying in Vietnam, a young soldier remembers his girlfriend, and the fights he had with his parents over becoming a musician instead of going to college and his plan to evade the draft. He also recalls the "summertree" where he spent so many of his happiest times he was sent off to war.
55.
Where's Poppa? (1970) as Roger
New York lawyer deals with an unhinged mother, a peculiar love life and other big city troubles.
56.
Halls of Anger (1970) as Leaky Couloris
A former basketball star returns home to teach and lands in the middle of racial tensions.
57.
Enter Laughing (1967) as Clark Baxter
An aspiring actor gets a job with a broken-down theatre company.

Writer (feature film)

58.
Magic of Belle Isle, The (2012)
A famous Western novelist's struggle with alcoholism has sapped his passion for writing. He decides to take a lakeside cabin for the summer in picturesque Belle Isle, and befriends the family next door-an attractive single mom and her young daughters-who help him find inspiration again.
59.
Flipped (2010)
When second-graders Bryce and Juli first meet, Juli knows it's love. Bryce isn't so sure. Beginning that day, and for the next six years, young Bryce does everything he can to keep his outspoken wannabe girlfriend at arm's length, which isn't easy since they go to the same school and live across the
60.
This Is Spinal Tap (1984) as Screenwriter
A filmmaker documents the history of Spinal Tap, the world''''s loudest rock band.
61.
Million Dollar Infield (1982) as Screenwriter
Rob Reiner co-produced and co-wrote this affectionate, semi-autobiographical comedy and stars as third baseman Monte Miller, an affluent Long Island suburbanite who finds his life, and those of three buddies, revolving around their softball team at the expense of their crumbling marriages.
62.
More Than Friends (1978) as Screenwriter
A romantic comedy, loosely based on the early courtship of Rob Reiner and his wife, Penny Marshall. It's about a young couple who can't make up their minds whether they just want to be bosom buddies or uncommitted lovers and their embattled relationship between 1958 and 1971 when her show business a

Producer (feature film)

63.
Shock and Awe (2017)
In 2003, as the Bush administration prepares to go into Iraq, a group of journalists is asking tough questions about the threat used to justify the war, Saddam Hussein's alleged WMD's.
64.
Being Charlie (2016)
When 18-year-old Charlie breaks out of a youth drug treatment clinic and goes home, his parents send him to adult rehab where he meets a beautiful but troubled girl, Eva.
65.
LBJ (2016)
Lyndon Johnson goes from powerful Senate Majority Leader, powerless Vice President to President of the United States following the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
66.
67.
Magic of Belle Isle, The (2012)
A famous Western novelist's struggle with alcoholism has sapped his passion for writing. He decides to take a lakeside cabin for the summer in picturesque Belle Isle, and befriends the family next door-an attractive single mom and her young daughters-who help him find inspiration again.
68.
Flipped (2010)
When second-graders Bryce and Juli first meet, Juli knows it's love. Bryce isn't so sure. Beginning that day, and for the next six years, young Bryce does everything he can to keep his outspoken wannabe girlfriend at arm's length, which isn't easy since they go to the same school and live across the
69.
Bucket List, The (2007)
A long time ago, Carter Chambers'' philosophy professor suggested that his students compose a "bucket list," a collection of all the things they wanted to do, see and experience in life before they kicked the bucket. But while Carter was trying to define his private dreams and plans, reality intruded. Marriage, children, myriad responsibilities and, ultimately, a 46-year job as an auto mechanic turned his concept of a bucket list into little more than a bittersweet memory of lost opportunities and a mental exercise he occasionally thought about to pass the time. Meanwhile, corporate billionaire Edward Cole never saw a list without a bottom line. He was always too busy making money and building an empire to think about what his deeper needs might be beyond the next big acquisition or cup of gourmet coffee. Then life delivered an urgent and unexpected wake-up call to both of them. Carter and Edward found themselves sharing a hospital room with plenty of time to think about what might happen next--and about how much of that was in their hands. For all their apparent differences, they discovered they had two very important things in common: an unrealized need to come to terms with who they were and the choices they''d made, and a pressing desire to spend the time they had left doing everything they ever wanted to do. So, against doctor''s orders and all good sense, these two virtual strangers check themselves out of the hospital and hit the road together for the adventure of a lifetime--from the Taj Mahal to the Serengeti, the finest restaurants to the seediest tattoo parlors, the cockpit of vintage race cars to the open door of a prop plane--with just a sheet of paper and their passion for life to guide them. Adding and crossing items off their list while taking in the grandeur and beauty of the world, they grapple with the difficult questions and the even more difficult answers that plague all of us. And, without even realizing it, become true friends.
70.
Alex & Emma (2003) as Producer
Alex Sheldon is an author whose writer's block is the least of his problems--he also happens to be flat broke and owes Cuban loan sharks $100,000. The thugs give Alex an ultimatum: pay up in 30 days or wind up dead. The only way Alex is going to get that kind of money is by finishing his novel, whic
71.
Story of Us, The (1999) as Producer
Ben and Katie have been happily married for 15 years and have two wonderful children to whom they are both devoted. But Katie feels that their relationship has stopped progressing and needs to be rejuvenated. While their children, Josh and Erin, are away at summer camp, the Jordans attempt a trial
72.
Ghosts of Mississippi (1996) as Producer
Shortly after midnight on June 12, 1963, an assassin''s bullet ended the life of civil rights activist Medgar Evers, the first field secretary for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the state of Mississippi. His killer was white supremacist Byron De La Beckwith, who was released after two trials in 1963 ended in hung juries. Nearly thirty-one years would pass before justice would make its peace with Medgar Evers. After he is assigned to reopen the case, Assistant District Attorney Bobby DeLaughter enlists the aid of investigators Charlie Crisco and Benny Bennett in uncovering evidence once thought impossible to reclaim. Throughout a journey filled with self-doubt and public criticism, he pursues not only justice for Medgar and Myrlie, his victimized widow, but also proof that Mississippi can change for the better as well.
73.
American President, The (1995) as Producer
How does the widowed leader of the free world balance his many obligations to his country with the ordinary demands and everyday rites of courtship? When President Andrew Shepherd, quite unexpectedly, falls in love with Sydney Wade, an environmental lobbyist, he must overcome obstacles not faced by average citizens; he must worry that the public''s right to know will collide with the desire for personal privacy. He must contend with approval ratings, an inquiring press and an aggressive political opponent just to go on a date. The President''s advisors, chief of staff, domestic policy advisor, White House pollster and press secretary help him get through his busy schedule, deal with demands of congress and quell any global predicaments. But political crises are different than personal ones and somehow the American President alone must find a way to balance his love for his country with his love for an incredible woman.
74.
North (1994) as Producer
Feeling unappreciated by his mother and father, an 11-year-old boy finds a lawyer, declares himself a "free agent" and searches the world for the "perfect" parents.
75.
A Few Good Men (1992) as Producer
When a Marine dies on a US Navy base, two fellow Marines stand trial for murder.
76.
Misery (1990) as Producer
Directed by Rob Reiner, the Academy Award-winning film "Misery" (1990) stars James Caan as romance author Paul Sheldon. He rents a remote cabin so he can write the great American novel, but crashes his car during a raging blizzard, losing consciousness and breaking his legs. Kathy Bates won the Oscar for her portrayal of Annie Wilkes, a local woman who rescues him and just so happens to be his biggest fan. She cares for him tenderly until she finishes his latest book. Then she wants revenge. Oscar-winning screenwriter William Goldman adapted a Stephen King novel, creating a heart-stopping psychological thriller.
77.
When Harry Met Sally... (1989) as Producer
A man and a woman turn a feud into a lasting friendship, until love threatens to ruin everything.
78.
Princess Bride, The (1987) as Producer
A fairy tale about a beautiful girl who is to be married to a nasty prince, but who is in love with another.
79.
Million Dollar Infield (1982) as Producer
Rob Reiner co-produced and co-wrote this affectionate, semi-autobiographical comedy and stars as third baseman Monte Miller, an affluent Long Island suburbanite who finds his life, and those of three buddies, revolving around their softball team at the expense of their crumbling marriages.
80.
More Than Friends (1978) as Executive Producer
A romantic comedy, loosely based on the early courtship of Rob Reiner and his wife, Penny Marshall. It's about a young couple who can't make up their minds whether they just want to be bosom buddies or uncommitted lovers and their embattled relationship between 1958 and 1971 when her show business a

Music (feature film)

81.
It Might Get Loud (2009)
The history of the electric guitar as seen from the point of view of three significant musicians: Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page, U2's The Edge and the White Stripes' Jack White. It tells the personal stories, of three generations of electric guitar virtuosos. It reveals how each developed his unique sou
82.
This Is Spinal Tap (1984) as Lyrics
A filmmaker documents the history of Spinal Tap, the world''''s loudest rock band.
83.
This Is Spinal Tap (1984) as Songs ("Hell Hole" "Tonight I'M Going To Rock You Tonight")
A filmmaker documents the history of Spinal Tap, the world''''s loudest rock band.
84.
This Is Spinal Tap (1984) as Music
A filmmaker documents the history of Spinal Tap, the world''''s loudest rock band.

Director (special)

85.
I Am Your Child (1997) as Director
Special featuring major stars performing in musical numbers, comedy pieces and documentary shorts that help explain how the first three years of a child's life are by far the most formative in the emotional, social, physical, intellectual and brain development of humans. Also showcases what communit
86.
Sonny Boy (1974) as Director
The story of Gregory "Sonny" Waller, a 35-year-old mama's boy, bitter and frustrated with his life but too spineless to move out of his mom's house.

Cast (special)

88.
TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (2003) as Featuring
Award show which honors the legendary and most beloved programs in television history.
89.
River Phoenix (2002) as Interviewee
Profile of actor River Phoenix, who died in 1993 at age 23.
90.
Score, The (2002)
Documentary about the relationship between filmmaker and musician in scoring a movie's soundtrack.
91.
Hail Sid Caesar!: The Golden Age of Comedy (2001) as Narration
Documentary that celebrates the comic genius of the performers and writers behind the historic television series "Your Show of Shows" and "Caesar's Hour." The program is a mix of interviews, archival footage and highlights of classic sketches. The documentary tracks how Sid Caesar put together the "
92.
53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2001) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 53rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
93.
Mark Twain Prize -- Celebrating the Humor of Carl Reiner (2001)
A salute to the third annual Mark Twain Prize-winner -- author, actor, writer and director Carl Reiner -- from the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington DC.
94.
Glen Campbell: Still on the Line (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of country musician Glen Campbell.
95.
Uncomfortably Close With Michael McKean: Rob Reiner (2000) as Interviewee
Actor/writer/director/producer Rob Reiner is interviewed by actor/writer/director Michael McKean.
96.
Comedy Central Presents the New York Friars Club Roast of Rob Reiner, The (2000)
Coverage of the New York Friars Club Celebrity Roast of actor/director Rob Reiner from the New York Hilton Hotel.
97.
All in the Family: The E! True Hollywood Story (2000) as Interviewee
Documentary about the television series "All in the Family," which aired on CBS from 1971 to 1979. Producer Norman Lear's creation was outrageous, groundbreaking, enormously popular and changed the face of primetime television with a new brand of social and political content. Former cast members ref
98.
70s: The Decade That Changed Television, The (2000) as Interviewee
A Museum of Television & Radio special that celebrates the 1970s, an era when television underwent sweeping changes, forever altering the medium.
99.
Stephen King: Master of Macabre (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of prolific author Stephen King. Includes an interview with King, as well as actors and directors who have adapted his work.
100.
Television Academy Hall of Fame, The (1999)
Presentation of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) 14th Annual Hall of Fame ceremony from the Leonard H. Goldenson Theater in North Hollywood, California. The inductees are Carl Reiner, Fred Rogers, Lorne Michaels, Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer, Fred Silverman, Ethel Winant and the lat
101.
24th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1998)
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.
102.
28th NAACP Image Awards (1997) as Presenter
The NAACP honors individuals who have contributed positive portrayals of African-Americans in film, television, literature and music.
103.
23rd Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1997)
Live presentation of the 23rd annual People's Choice Awards, honoring entertainers in the fields of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
104.
I Am Your Child (1997)
Special featuring major stars performing in musical numbers, comedy pieces and documentary shorts that help explain how the first three years of a child's life are by far the most formative in the emotional, social, physical, intellectual and brain development of humans. Also showcases what communit
105.
Blacklist: Hollywood on Trial (1996) as Voice Of Albert Maltz
Documentary detailing the events surrounding the hearings held by the House Un-American Activities Committee in the 1940s and 1950s to investigate alleged Communist infiltration in Hollywood. Uses interviews, archival footage and clips from Hollywood films.
106.
22nd Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1996) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 22nd annual People's Choice Awards, honoring entertainers in the fields of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
107.
Second Annual Comedy Hall of Fame, The (1994)
A special honoring legendary performers for their lifetime achievements in comedy. Included are tributes to Sid Caesar, George Carlin, Bob Hope, Shirley MacLaine, Mary Tyler Moore, and Richard Pryor.
108.
Addicted to Fame (1994)
Maria Shriver interviews public figures, performers, celebrities, and social commentators in an exploration of fame, why our culture is so attracted to it, and how it affects those who obtain it.
109.
Fourth Annual Environmental Media Awards (1994) as Presenter
Presentation of the fourth annual Environmental Media Awards, sponsored by the Environmental Media Association (EMA).
110.
What Is This Thing Called Love? (1993)
Compilation of excerpts from interviews conducted in the past 17 years by Barbara Walters in which well-known personalities discuss their experiences with love, romance relationships and marriage.
111.
Please Watch the Jon Lovitz Special, The (1992)
A live comedy pilot in which Jon Lovitz and guest stars perform a one-act play about a baseball player afflicted with a potentially fatal head injury who must choose between helping his team with the World Series or safeguarding his health.
112.
18th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1992) as Presenter
A live presentation of the "18th Annual People's Choice Awards" honoring America's favorite entertainers, in which the public determines the winners by special Gallup Poll.
113.
Session Man (1992) as Host ("Showtime 30-Minute Movie")
A drama about a guitarist who finally gets his big break when a famous rock band calls on him to play lead on their latest album.
114.
Spinal Tap Reunion, A (1992)
A special that humorously updates the activities of mock British band, Spinal Tap, since the release of the 1984 documentary-style film "This Is Spinal Tap," directed by Rob Reiner.
115.
Open Window (1991) as Host ("Showtime 30-Minute Movie")
A drama about an actor kept awake by a window slammed open and shut by the wind on the eve of an important audition.
116.
All in the Family 20th Anniversary Special (1991) as Himself; Michael Stivic
A special commemorating the 20th anniversary of the sitcom "All in the Family," with the series' stars and hosted by the show's creator, Norman Lear.
117.
Living in America (1991)
A news special focusing on the issue of censorship in the arts. The program examines both sides of the issue through interviews with celebrities, music amd movie clips, and footage from news programs.
118.
5th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1991)
Broadcast of the fifth annual "American Comedy Awards" honoring top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment.
119.
Sapphire Man (1991) as Host ("Showtime 30-Minute Movie")
A drama about an escaped convict who must rely on his estranged daughter to help him recover a hidden fortune.
120.
12:01 PM (1990) as Host ("Showtime 30-Minute Movie")
A drama about a man whose very structured world goes out of control when he's caught in a bizarre time trap in which the same hour repeats over and over again.
121.
To the Moon, Alice (1990) as Host ("Showtime 30-Minute Movie")
A drama about a homeless family that finds refuge on the abandoned set of television sitcom.
122.
Partners in Life (1990) as Max King Iii
An inseparable pair (much resembling the team of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy) canvass the country during the Great Depression, ever trying to secure gainful employment and creating havoc wherever they go.
123.
Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour 20th Reunion Show, The (1988)
A special celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Smothers Brothers landmark variety series. The program gathers together performers and writers from the "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," the highly rated series that ran on CBS in the late '60s before it was cancelled in the wake of pressure from the
124.
Lost Minutes of Billy Crystal, The (1987)
A presentation of unseen footage from the making of comedian Billy Crystal's August, 1986 HBO "On Location" special, "Billy Crystal--Don't Get Me Started," featuring the versatile comic's original characters and impersonations.
125.
1st Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1987)
The first live broadcast of this new awards show dedicated to comedy in all its forms. Besides the 14 category awards, Norman Lear is the recipient of the first annual American Comedy Award for a lifetime creative contribution to the field of comedy, and three Lifetime Achievement Awards to perform
126.
Billy Crystal -- Don't Get Me Started (1986) as Marty Dibergi
Billy Crystal in a comedy special taped in May, 1986, mainly at Long Island's Hofstra University. The special combines stand-up comedy with a parady on musicals as Billy Crystal, playing his "Fernando" character, attempts to organize a variety show.
127.
Comic Relief (1986)
A live comedy special with numerous guest appearances (in person and in pre-recorded segments) by noted stars, as a benefit to help America's homeless. Viewers call an "800" number to make donations to the Comic Relief organization, a not-for-profit group.
128.
Richard Lewis I'm in Pain Concert (1985) as Witness
Filmed during a live performance at the Improv in Los Angeles, young comedian Richard Lewis leads audience members through a maze of comic situations, joking and cavorting about his family, ex-girlfriends, being on the road and, mainly, himself.
129.
TV Show, The (1979)
A satirization of television and its programs via comedy sketches.
130.
Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes (1977) as Male Team Captain
A twice-yearly series of specials in which celebrities compete in various athletic contests to determine which is the superior sex.
131.
Battle of the Network Stars II (1977) as Cbs Team Member
A twice-yearly event in which stars from ABC, CBS, and NBC compete against each other in a series of athletic events to determine which network is best on the athletic field.
132.
Mickie Finns Finally Present How the West Was Lost, The (1975)
A comical tribute to the magic and mythos of the American cowboy.

Writer (special)

133.
I Am Your Child (1997) as Writer
Special featuring major stars performing in musical numbers, comedy pieces and documentary shorts that help explain how the first three years of a child's life are by far the most formative in the emotional, social, physical, intellectual and brain development of humans. Also showcases what communit
134.
Sonny Boy (1974) as Writer
The story of Gregory "Sonny" Waller, a 35-year-old mama's boy, bitter and frustrated with his life but too spineless to move out of his mom's house.
135.
Three For the Girls (1973) as Writer (Story 3)
The overall title for three one-act plays: "Raincheck" focuses on a husband and wife who decide to get a divorce after sixteen years of marriage; "Clothes Make the Girl" is a musical comedy about a man from a small town who is shocked to see his daughter acting in a nude play; "Sonny Boy" comically
136.
Robert Young and the Family (1971) as Writer
Comedy sketches that satirize family life in America today.

Producer (special)

137.
I Am Your Child (1997) as Executive Producer
Special featuring major stars performing in musical numbers, comedy pieces and documentary shorts that help explain how the first three years of a child's life are by far the most formative in the emotional, social, physical, intellectual and brain development of humans. Also showcases what communit
138.
But... Seriously (1994) as Executive Producer
A documentary reflecting on comedy's role as America's social conscience. Combines historical news footage with vintage concert and club footage to reflect the times when comedians served as social critics on such issues as homelessness, AIDS, the Los Angeles riots and the Gulf War.
139.
TV Show, The (1979) as Executive Producer
A satirization of television and its programs via comedy sketches.
140.
Sonny Boy (1974) as Producer
The story of Gregory "Sonny" Waller, a 35-year-old mama's boy, bitter and frustrated with his life but too spineless to move out of his mom's house.

Special Thanks (special)

141.
Talking With (1995) as Special Thanks
Collection of dramatic monologues featuring a cast of acclaimed actresses playing women with little in common on the surface but a shared bond of tragedy or misfortune. The segments are entitled: "Handler," "Clear Glass Marbles," "Rodeo," "Twirler" "Marks" and "Lamps."

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