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Herbert Ross

Herbert Ross

  • Amazing Miss Cummings An Actress At Work And Play, The (1975) September 18 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Also Known As: Died: October 9, 2001
Born: May 13, 1927 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Boys on the Side (1995) as Director
The story of three women, one dying of AIDS, who share a car trip across the country. Each has memories she'd like to forget and circumstances she'd like to change. Over the course of their trip, they become friends, joining together to form a makeshift family.
2.
Undercover Blues (1993) as Director
A married couple of ex-spies are hired for one last job while on vacation in New Orleans with their baby daughter.
3.
True Colors (1991) as Director
After they graduate from law school, best friends Peter Burton and Tim Gerrity find themselves working against each other. Burton stands for justice while Gerrity is out to accrue as much power as he can, however he can get it.
4.
My Blue Heaven (1990) as Director
Steve Martin and Rick Moraines go over the top in the laugh-out-loud crime comedy "My Blue Heaven" (1990). By-the-book FBI Agent Barney Coppersmith (Moraines) is assigned to protect larger-than-life crime-boss-turned-federal-witness Vinnie Anton Elli (Martin), but with the retired mobster's wild way
5.
Steel Magnolias (1989) as Director
Small-town Southern women help each other through the trials of life.
6.
Secret Of My Success, The (1987) as Director
Fresh out of college, he's determined to climb New York's corporate ladder in record time by masquerading as an up-and-coming executive, even though he's really the new mail boy.
7.
Dancers (1987) as Director
The leader of a ballet company in Italy attempts to make a film of his greatest work. In preparation for the film, the dance instructor is working with a talented, but untried young dancer. It is through her that he hopes to re-ignite the flames of passion and renew his flagging career.
8.
Footloose (1984) as Director
When a city kid is forced to move to a conservative Midwestern town, his tastes in rock music and his gyrating dance moves turn his high school upside down and send the town and its local preacher into a frenzy.
9.
Protocol (1984) as Director
A woman lands a menial government job in Washington, but soon finds herself embroiled in some major dealing with Middle-Eastern leaders.
10.
Max Dugan Returns (1983) as Director
Max Dugan is an elderly ne'er-do-well whose tenuous mob connections have made him persona non grata with his daughter Norma McPhee. Struggling to raise her restless son Michael on her own, Norma is none too pleased when Max returns to the family fold with yet another portfolio of get-rich-quick sche
11.
I Ought to Be in Pictures (1982) as Director
A has-been Hollywood writer is suddenly confronted with his family whom he had abandoned many years before.
12.
Pennies From Heaven (1981) as Director
A traveling salesman's music-inspired dreams lead to tragedy.
13.
Nijinsky (1980) as Director
Onstage, Nijinsky, the most celebrated dancer of the early 20th century, was in flawless control. Offstage, he was in turmoil, torn between the ballerina he married and the domineering mentor he loved.
14.
California Suite (1978) as Director
Four sets of guests at a posh hotel face personal crises.
15.
The Goodbye Girl (1977) as Director
A dancer discovers her runaway boyfriend has sublet her apartment to an aspiring actor.
16.
Turning Point, The (1977) as Director
The story of two women whose lives are dedicated to ballet. Deedee left her promising dance career to become a wife and mother and now runs a ballet school in Oklahoma. Emma stayed with a company and became a star though her time is nearly past. Both want what the other has and reflects back on missed chances as they are brought together again through Deedee's daughter who joins the company.
17.
The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1976) as Director
Sherlock Holmes seeks psychiatric help from Sigmund Freud and gets caught up in mystery.
18.
The Sunshine Boys (1975) as Director
A feuding comedy team reunites for a television comeback.
19.
Funny Lady (1975) as Director
Musical biography of Fanny Brice and her tempestuous marriage to showman Billy Rose.
20.
The Last Of Sheila (1973) as Director
A game of murder among wealthy vacationers turns into the real thing.
21.
Play It Again, Sam (1972) as Director
A recent divorce gets romantic advice from the ghost of Humphrey Bogart.
22.
T. R. Baskin (1971) as Director
An idealistic young woman arrives in Chicago with hopes of finding romance, adventure and a fulfilling career.
23.
The Owl and the Pussycat (1970) as Director
When a bookworm gets a prostitute evicted, she moves into his apartment.
24.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969) as Director
In this musical remake, a conservative boys' school teacher falls in love with an actress.
25.
Funny Girl (1968) as Music numbers dir
Comedienne Fanny Brice fights to prove that she can be the greatest star and find romance even though she isn't pretty.

Producer (feature film)

26.
Boys on the Side (1995) as Producer
The story of three women, one dying of AIDS, who share a car trip across the country. Each has memories she'd like to forget and circumstances she'd like to change. Over the course of their trip, they become friends, joining together to form a makeshift family.
27.
Undercover Blues (1993) as Executive Producer
A married couple of ex-spies are hired for one last job while on vacation in New Orleans with their baby daughter.
28.
Soapdish (1991) as Executive Producer
The goings on behind the scenes at a daytime soap opera.
29.
True Colors (1991) as Producer
After they graduate from law school, best friends Peter Burton and Tim Gerrity find themselves working against each other. Burton stands for justice while Gerrity is out to accrue as much power as he can, however he can get it.
30.
My Blue Heaven (1990) as Producer
Steve Martin and Rick Moraines go over the top in the laugh-out-loud crime comedy "My Blue Heaven" (1990). By-the-book FBI Agent Barney Coppersmith (Moraines) is assigned to protect larger-than-life crime-boss-turned-federal-witness Vinnie Anton Elli (Martin), but with the retired mobster's wild way
31.
Secret Of My Success, The (1987) as Producer
Fresh out of college, he's determined to climb New York's corporate ladder in record time by masquerading as an up-and-coming executive, even though he's really the new mail boy.
32.
Max Dugan Returns (1983) as Producer
Max Dugan is an elderly ne'er-do-well whose tenuous mob connections have made him persona non grata with his daughter Norma McPhee. Struggling to raise her restless son Michael on her own, Norma is none too pleased when Max returns to the family fold with yet another portfolio of get-rich-quick sche
33.
I Ought to Be in Pictures (1982) as Producer
A has-been Hollywood writer is suddenly confronted with his family whom he had abandoned many years before.
34.
Pennies From Heaven (1981) as Producer
A traveling salesman's music-inspired dreams lead to tragedy.
35.
Turning Point, The (1977) as Producer
The story of two women whose lives are dedicated to ballet. Deedee left her promising dance career to become a wife and mother and now runs a ballet school in Oklahoma. Emma stayed with a company and became a star though her time is nearly past. Both want what the other has and reflects back on missed chances as they are brought together again through Deedee's daughter who joins the company.
36.
The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1976) as Producer
Sherlock Holmes seeks psychiatric help from Sigmund Freud and gets caught up in mystery.
37.
The Last Of Sheila (1973) as Producer
A game of murder among wealthy vacationers turns into the real thing.

Dance (feature film)

38.
Doctor Dolittle (1967) as Dance and mus numbers staged by
A veterinarian who can communicate with animals travels abroad to search for a giant sea snail.
39.
Inside Daisy Clover (1965) as Choreography
A girl on the road to stardom fights the dehumanizing effects of Hollywood life.
40.
Summer Holiday (1963) as Mus numbers staged by
Four London boys tour Europe trying to sell the idea of a combination bus and hotel.
41.
Wonderful To Be Young! (1962) as Choreography
Nicky and his friends find that their youth club is in danger of being flattened to make way for a new office block unless they can come up with รบ1500 to pay the new owner, the ruthless property tycoon Hamilton Black. To help raise the cash, Nicky records a song and his friends broadcast it via a pirate radio station, touting him as "The Mystery Singer" - the plan works and interest in their up and coming show is heightened by this new but unknown heart-throb. But Nicky has an even bigger secret and one that he cannot share, even with his girlfriend Toni... Hamilton Black is his father.
42.
Carmen Jones (1955) as Dance Director
A sultry factory worker seduces a young soldier then dumps him for another man.

Production Companies (feature film)

43.
The Owl and the Pussycat (1970) as Company
When a bookworm gets a prostitute evicted, she moves into his apartment.

Director (special)

44.
Follies in Concert (1986) as Stage Director
A concert version of Stephen Sondheim's 1971 Broadway musical about a reunion of performers from the Follies, the top venue for the vaudeville and burlesque acts of the early twentieth century. For the first time, Sondheim's score is presented in its entirety. Included in the program are interviews

Cast (special)

45.
Neil Simon: Not Just For Laughs (1989)
A documentary on the life and work of playwright Neil Simon. Friends and associates as well as the writer himself are interviewed.

Writer (special)

46.
Steel Magnolias (1990) as From Film ("Steel Magnolias")
A comedy pilot based on Robert Harling's play and Herbert Ross' 1989 feature film "Steel Magnolias." Examines the relationships between five women in a small Southern town. Set in a beauty parlor, the pilot starts from the death of young Shelby, M'Lynn's daughter.
47.
Goodbye Doesn't Mean Forever (1982) as From Film ("The Goodbye Girl")
The pilot for a proposed series based on the 1977 motion picture "The Goodbye Girl." The story, set in New York City, focuses on the relationship between Paula McFadden, a beautiful single mother and aspiring dancer, and Elliott Garfield, a struggling actor with whom she shares an apartment. The tw

Cast (short)

48.
The Amazing Miss Cummings: An Actress at Work and Play (1975)
This short film provides a behind-the-scenes look at child actress Quinn Cummings on the set of the movie "The Goodbye Girl" (1977).

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