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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Mr. And Mrs. Bridge (1990) as Jazz Musician
Screen adaptation of Connell's two novels "Mrs. Bridge" and "Mr. Bridge," written in 1958 and 1968, that chronicle 40 years in the lives of a couple and their family in Kansas City, Missouri. Joanne Woodward was named Best Actress of 1990, and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala cited for best screenplay, by the N
2.
Liquid Sky (1983)
Invisible aliens in a tiny flying saucer in search of heroin land on top of a New York City apartment inhabited by a drug dealer and her female, androgynous, nymphomaniac, fashion model, lover. The aliens soon discover that they prefer the human pheromones created in the brain during orgasm to heroi
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4.
Wonders of the Sea (1923) as The Stowaway
5.
Behold the Man (1921) as The son

Producer (feature film)

6.
Fire & Steel (1989) as Executive Producer
7.
Spotters (1989) as Executive Producer
8.
Avarice (1989) as Executive Producer
9.
Operation Tiger (1989) as Executive Producer
10.
Blackwater Summer (1989) as Executive Producer
Summer vacation becomes a rite of passage for two children coping with the loss of a parent.
11.
Kings Go Forth (1958) as Associate Producer
Two American soldiers vie for the same woman in World War II France.
12.
A Lady Takes a Chance (1943) as Associate Producer
13.
Arizona Stage Coach (1942) as Associate Producer
In the midst of some friendly horseplay on their "Flying R" ranch, the Range Busters, Crash Corrigan (Ray Corrigan), Dusty King (John King) and Alibi Terhune (Max Terhune), are sobered by the arrival of a buckboard bearing their old friend Larry Meadows (Forrest Taylor) and his niece Dorrie Willard (Nell O'Day). Meadows seeks their aid against a gang of outlaws terrorizing his town. Ernie Willard (Riley Hill as Roy Harris), Dorrie's brother, has been taken in by Tex Laughlin (Stanley Price) who is using the Willard ranch as an undercover for his real occupation as a member of a gang of outlaws led by Tim Douglas (Charles King), a supposed friend of the Willards.
14.
Texas Trouble Shooters (1942) as Associate Producer
15.
Texas to Bataan (1942) as Associate Producer

Film Production - Main (feature film)

16.
Steal Big, Steal Little (1995) as Portrait Photography
Once upon a time, in the lush hills of Santa Barbara, lived twin brothers. They were identical of face, but not of soul. One brother loved with an unprejudiced heart his family, friends and the pristine land they call home. The other brother, whose own heart was cold, could not see past his vision o

Special Thanks (feature film)

17.
Not Fade Away (1991) as Special Thanks
Sid owes Maggie who owes Lucille who slept with Sid who dumped Maggie who trusts Lucille who mistrusts Sid who.... Accompanied by Lucille, her best friend and roommate, Maggie confronts her old boyfriend Sid and demands the money he owes her.

Director (special)

18.
Haunted Savannah (2000) as Director
Some seven million tourists visit Savannah annually, but many unquiet spirits lurk in the city every night. The program reveals the 18th century pirate who haunts the city's oldest restaurant, the phantom soldiers who still man Fort Jackson and slaves who moan and clank chains at the city's waterfro
19.
U.S. Marshals (2000) as Director
Documentary that recounts the exploits of the U.S. Marshal Service, the oldest law enforcement agency in America. It has played important roles in almost every event in American history, from the Whiskey Rebellion of 1784 to the gangland wars of the Prohibition era, and the desegregation of the Sout
20.
Haunted Philadelphia (2000) as Director
The "City of Brotherly Love" is also home to the "City of Restless Spirits." Near Independence Hall, Philadelphia's founder William Penn strolls when the moon is full; Betsy Ross supposedly haunts the house in which she lived; and the cellars of the General Wayne Inn are called the "most haunted pla
21.
Are You Being Watched? (1999) as Director
An inside look at the methods used to record people's actions such as pinhole cameras, super-sensitive parabolic microphones and night vision cameras. Legal scholars weigh in on how these methods change the world of crime prevention, employee time management and private investigation.

Producer (special)

22.
Haunted Savannah (2000) as Producer
Some seven million tourists visit Savannah annually, but many unquiet spirits lurk in the city every night. The program reveals the 18th century pirate who haunts the city's oldest restaurant, the phantom soldiers who still man Fort Jackson and slaves who moan and clank chains at the city's waterfro
23.
Haunted Philadelphia (2000) as Producer
The "City of Brotherly Love" is also home to the "City of Restless Spirits." Near Independence Hall, Philadelphia's founder William Penn strolls when the moon is full; Betsy Ross supposedly haunts the house in which she lived; and the cellars of the General Wayne Inn are called the "most haunted pla
24.
U.S. Marshals (2000) as Producer
Documentary that recounts the exploits of the U.S. Marshal Service, the oldest law enforcement agency in America. It has played important roles in almost every event in American history, from the Whiskey Rebellion of 1784 to the gangland wars of the Prohibition era, and the desegregation of the Sout
25.
Are You Being Watched? (1999) as Supervising Producer
An inside look at the methods used to record people's actions such as pinhole cameras, super-sensitive parabolic microphones and night vision cameras. Legal scholars weigh in on how these methods change the world of crime prevention, employee time management and private investigation.

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