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Birth Place: Profession: Producer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Chubasco (1968) as Juno
2.
The Fortune Cookie (1966) as Luther "Boom Boom" Jackson
A crooked lawyer trumps up an insurance case for a cameraman injured at a pro football game.

Writer (feature film)

3.
Ghost Fever (1987) as Screenwriter
Two tough cops are sent on what seems to be a routine assignment - the service of an eviction notice for non-payment of taxes. They must evict whoever is living in a stately but reputedly haunted mansion on an old plantation. One does not believe in ghost, but the other is not so sure.

Producer (feature film)

4.
Ghost Fever (1987) as Producer
Two tough cops are sent on what seems to be a routine assignment - the service of an eviction notice for non-payment of taxes. They must evict whoever is living in a stately but reputedly haunted mansion on an old plantation. One does not believe in ghost, but the other is not so sure.

Dance (feature film)

5.
Ghost Fever (1987) as Choreography (Boxing)
Two tough cops are sent on what seems to be a routine assignment - the service of an eviction notice for non-payment of taxes. They must evict whoever is living in a stately but reputedly haunted mansion on an old plantation. One does not believe in ghost, but the other is not so sure.

Producer (special)

6.
Wynton Marsalis: Blues and Swing (1989) as Executive Producer
A "Great Performances" special featuring trumpet player Wynton Marsalis in concert with his jazz quartet. Also included are scenes of Marsalis coaching young musicians in a master class at Harvard University and a younger group of students at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C
7.
Celebrating Bird: The Triumph of Charlie Parker (1989) as Executive Producer
A documentary on the life and work of jazz innovator Charlie Parker, airing as part of the "American Masters" series. A selection of the saxophonist's recordings is highlighted. Musicians Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Jimmy Dorsey, and Thelonious Monk also appear in clips, as well a

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