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Writer (feature film)

1.
Too Much Sun (1990) as From Story
A dying millionaire will leave his fortune to his gay son and lesbian daughter upon condition--they each must have children.
2.
Too Much Sun (1990) as Screenwriter
A dying millionaire will leave his fortune to his gay son and lesbian daughter upon condition--they each must have children.
3.
Lookin' to Get Out (1982) as Screenwriter
Alex Kovas lost $10,000 to thugs Joey and Harry in New York City during a poker game. Unable to pay up, Alex hits the road with his friend Jerry Feldman, and the two go to Las Vegas in the hope of winning big. In fact, they do get lucky in the casino, but when word of this gets back to New York, Joey and Harry head for Vegas.
4.
Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan's Island, The (1981) as Screenwriter
The title tells the plot of this third pilot to a prospective new "Gilligan's Island" series after the team's chartered plane crash lands on the atoll inhabited by the happily marooned Gilligan and fellow castaways, with the Globetrotters and Gilligan's gang playing basketball against a specially pr
5.
Castaways On Gilligan's Island (1979) as Screenwriter
In the second of three additional "Gilligan's Island" movies, the gang finds a way of getting rescued from their "uncharted desert isle" for a second time through a series of misadventures but comes back to turn it into a tropical resort for uptight mainlanders.
6.
Rescue From Gilligan's Island (1978) as Screenwriter
The gang from the legendary "Gilligan's Island" series that ran from 1964-67 finds its way off the island after 14 years, being carried back to civilization by a giant tidal wave. The castaways (the six original members and Judith Baldwin, replacing Tina Louise) go their separate ways and try to co

Producer (feature film)

7.
American Music Awards 20th Anniversary Special, The (1993) as Producer
A celebration of the 20th anniversary of the "American Music Awards."
8.
19th Annual American Music Awards (1992) as Producer
A presentation of the 19th annual American Music Awards honoring outstanding performers in American music. Winners are determined by the record-buying public in such areas as pop/rock, soul/rhythm & blues, country, heavy metal, rap and dance.
9.
Too Much Sun (1990) as Executive Producer
A dying millionaire will leave his fortune to his gay son and lesbian daughter upon condition--they each must have children.
10.
Man In The Santa Claus Suit, The (1979) as Executive Producer
In this holiday season fantasy, Fred Astaire turns up as eight different characters to help change the lives of three total strangers who have made their way to a costume shop to rent Santa Claus outfits for various reasons, and he introduces a new song, "That Once a Year Christmas Day."

Film Production - Main (feature film)

11.
Kid (1990) as Projectionist
A brooding teenager returns to a small town to avenge the deaths, years earlier, of his hippie parents at the hands of locals.
12.
Young Guns II (1990) as Projectionist
Sequel to "Young Guns" (USA/1988), reuniting some of the characters from the original one year later, when they are extradited to New Mexico to stand trial.

Director (special)

13.
All ABC Bloopers (2003) as Director
Outtakes from ABC television shows including "My Wife and Kids," "George Lopez," "Alias," "Less Than Perfect," "Live With Regis and Kelly" and many others.
14.
ABC's 50th Anniversary Bloopers Celebration (2003) as Director
In honor of ABC's 50th Anniversary, these blooper shows feature outtakes from ABC television shows "Happy Days," "Laverne and Shirley," "Three's Company," "NYPD Blue," "The Practice," "Donny and Marie," "Mork and Mindy," "Welcome Back Kotter," "Taxi," "Roseanne," "According to Jim," "Soap," "Bosom B
15.
Instant Classic Bloopers #02-09 (2002) as Director
Dick Clark hosts another special collecting mistakes and blunders from television, news shows, and commercials and features clips from the Drew Carey Show, the Parkers and a special tribute to Milton Berle.
16.
More Classic Bloopers (2002) as Director
Comedy special featuring unscripted segments of popular television productions caught on camera. Vicki Lawrence introduces bloopers from "Mama's Family" and "The Carol Burnett Show." Florence Henderson introduces bloopers from "Maude."
17.
Classic TV Bloopers (2001) as Director
Dick Clark celebrates his 20th year of hosting "Bloopers" with a special featuring out-takes of some of the most famous stars in entertainment history.
18.
All New Bloopers #00-05 (2001) as Director
A compilation of "bloopers" from film and television. Steve Harvey presents bloopers from his own "The Steve Harvey Show," and Lynn Herring introduces a segment of bloopers from daytime television, including her own "Port Charles."
19.
All New Bloopers #00-04 (2001) as Director
Dick Clark hosts an all-new "Bloopers" special, featuring outtakes from many popular TV series, movies and news programs. Also, special guests stars share some of their own on-screen mishaps.
20.
All-Star Bloopers (2000) as Director
Host Dick Clark is joined by Melissa Joan Hart ("Sabrina, the Teenage Witch"), D.L. Hughley ("The Hughleys"), and Richard Ruccolo ("Two Guys and a Girl"), who share their favorite flubs and on-camera foibles. The program also features bloopers from other comedy shows, soap operas and the Miss Americ
21.
All-Star TV Censored Tickle Me Bloopers (1997) as Director
Special featuring outtakes from film, television and the world of sports.
22.
All-New All-Star TV Censored When Bloopers Attack! (1997) as Director
Dick Clark hosts this special that showcases outtakes, mistakes, giggles and tongue-twisters from television shows and news programs. Features celebrity guests Amy Pietz, Steve Harvey and Los Angeles Dodgers star Brett Butler.
23.
All-Star TV Censored Show Me the Bloopers (1997) as Director
Special featuring the outtakes from popular television series, sports shows and newscasts.
24.
23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1996) as Segment Director ("Clarence" Segments)
Live presentation of the 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
25.
All-Star TV Censored Bloopers - Fat Free! (1996) as Director
Special featuring television outtakes as well as bloopers from live television.
26.
All-Star TV Censored Mega Bloopers (1996) as Director
Special featuring comic television outtakes from popular programs including "Wings" "Frasier" "Hercules" and "Mad About You."
27.
All-New All-Star TV Censored Blooper-Palooza (1996) as Director
Special featuring celebrity outtakes, mistakes and tongue-twisters.
28.
All-Star Ultra TV Censored Bloopers (1995) as Director
Special featuring comic out-takes from popular TV productions, as well as mishaps on live telvision.
29.
All-New All Star TV Censored Bloopers - Unplugged! (1995) as Director
Special featuring television outtakes as well as bloopers from live television.
30.
All-New Return of TV Censored Bloopers (1994) as Director
A new edition of television bloopers and outtakes.
31.
Christmas at Home With the Stars (1994) as Director
Prominent ABC television and BMG recording artists recall Christmas memories and perform their favorite Christmas songs.
32.
65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1993) as Segment Director
Broadcast of the 65th annual Academy Awards presentation.
33.
Return of TV's Censored Bloopers 2, The (1993) as Director
A special featuring out-takes and on-camera miscues from several television series.
34.
Return of TV's Censored Bloopers, The (1993) as Director
Special featuring outtakes and on-camera miscues from television series and news programs.
35.
64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1992) as Segment Director (India Remote)
Live coverage of the sixty-fourth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
36.
63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1991) as Segment Director (Paris Remote)
Live coverage of the sixty-third annual Academy Awards ceremony.
37.
18th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1991) as Segment Director (Clarence)
A telecast of the eighteenth annual Emmy Awards for excellence in daytime television programming.
38.
Anything for Laughs (1990) as Director
A special featuring radio deejays and the fun they have with fans in-studio and on the streets of major cities.
39.
Do It Yourself TV (1990) as Director
A look at American mothers as recorded by their children in videos submitted by the public, along with rare and unique home movies of Hollywood stars.
40.
Greatest Practical Jokes of All Time, The (1990) as Director
A comedy special culling some of the practical jokes played on Hollywood celebrities on previously-aired "Super Bloopers & Practical Jokes" programs. Also includes a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into setting up a joke, as well as some jokes that backfired.
41.
Superstars And Their Moms (1989) as Director
A special featuring interviews with five mothers of well-known entertainers, who discuss how family support contributed to their children's success.
42.
Friday Night Surprise! (1989) as Director
A special, hosted by Dick Clark on the eve of April Fool's Day, containing surprises from Chuck Connors to Bob Costas; a talking dog that visits a kindergarten class; and Elvira, who stands in for her own wax museum figure.
43.
Superstars and Their Moms (1988) as Director
The second "Superstars & Their Moms" special, hosted by mother Carol Burnett and her daughter Carrie Hamilton, features appearances by guest celebrities and their mothers.
44.
Friday Night Surprise! (1988) as Director
A comedy special which features surprises for people from all walks of life, including celebrities and viewers. Taped at the Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles, California.
45.
Superstars & Their Moms (1987) as Director
A Mother's Day special hosted by Carol Burnett and her daughter Carrie Hamilton, featuring interviews with guest celebrities and their mothers.
46.
ABC Fall Preview Special, The (1986) as Director
ABC's Alan Thicke offers viewers a preview of the ABC Fall 1986 television season, as he visits the sets of eight new ABC series and interviews Lucille Ball, Ellen Burstyn, Howard Hesseman, and other stars.
47.
Celebrities: Where Are They Now? (1985) as Director
An update on the lives of Anita Bryant, Linda Lovelace, Hal Linden, Fess Parker, Liza Minnelli, Diahann Carroll, Billy Dee Williams, Angela Cartwright, Tiny Tim, Samantha Smith and Teddy Pendegrast.
48.
Celebrities: Where Are They Now? (1983) as Director
The program tracks down has-been performers who have completely drifted out of the spotlight.
49.
Hollywood's Private Home Movies (1983) as Director
A somewhat nostalgic look at the actual home movies of famous Hollywood celebrities, including Bob Hope, Brooke Shields, Jayne Mansfield, Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, Pat Boone, and Elvis Presley.
50.
Whatever Became Of...? (1982) as Director
A second pilot film that updates the lives of celebrities who have long been out of the spotlight, including: Sandra Dee, Virginia Mayo, George Montgomery, Mamie Van Doren, Fanne Foxe, Deborah Walley, Jane Withers, Sheila James, Jackie Coogan, Brandon Cruz, Johnny Whitaker, The Silhouettes, Kathryn

Writer (special)

51.
Uncensored Channels: TV Around the World With George Plimpton (1986) as Writer
The first of two specials that provide glimpses of different cultures as seen through their television programming.
52.
Red Skelton Chevy Special, The (1959) as Writer
An hour of music, song, and comedy starring Red Skelton. Sponsored by Chevrolet.
53.
Connecticut Yankee, A (1955) as Writer
The story of Martin Barret, a Connecticut man who, after suffering a head injury, is propelled back in time -- to sixth-century England and the court of King Arthur. His experiences, as he incorporates his knowledge of the twentieth century in a primitive time, is the focal point of the story. An ad

Producer (special)

54.
31st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (2004) as Producer
Live coverage of the 31st Daytime Emmy Award presentation from New York City, honoring daytime television programming.
55.
61st Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2004) as Producer
Live coverage of the 61st Annual Golden Globe awards honoring both film and television.
56.
2003 Golden Globe Arrivals Special (2003) as Executive Producer
Hosts Dick Clark, Nancy O'Dell, and Lisa Ling interview celebrities as they arrive for the 60th annual Golden Globe Awards presentation.
57.
38th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (2003) as Executive Producer
Live coverage of the 38th annual Academy of Country Music Awards presentation from Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 21, 2003.
58.
All ABC Bloopers (2003) as Executive Producer
Outtakes from ABC television shows including "My Wife and Kids," "George Lopez," "Alias," "Less Than Perfect," "Live With Regis and Kelly" and many others.
59.
ABC's 50th Anniversary Bloopers Celebration (2003) as Executive Producer
In honor of ABC's 50th Anniversary, these blooper shows feature outtakes from ABC television shows "Happy Days," "Laverne and Shirley," "Three's Company," "NYPD Blue," "The Practice," "Donny and Marie," "Mork and Mindy," "Welcome Back Kotter," "Taxi," "Roseanne," "According to Jim," "Soap," "Bosom B
60.
5th Annual Family Television Awards, The (2003) as Executive Producer
Awards special that recognizes outstanding programming for family viewing. Awards are given to television shows and actors who best represent family programming and values.
61.
60th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2003) as Producer
Live coverage of the 60th annual Golden Globe Awards presentation from the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Awards for film and television stars are presented by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
62.
30th Annual American Music Awards, The (2003) as Producer
Live coverage of the American Music Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles hosted by the Osbourne family. Winners are selected by the public.
63.
37th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (2002) as Executive Producer
Live coverage of the 37th annual Academy of Country Music Awards presentation from the Universal Ampitheatre in Los Angeles, California.
64.
Instant Classic Bloopers #02-09 (2002) as Executive Producer
Dick Clark hosts another special collecting mistakes and blunders from television, news shows, and commercials and features clips from the Drew Carey Show, the Parkers and a special tribute to Milton Berle.
65.
More Classic Bloopers (2002) as Executive Producer
Comedy special featuring unscripted segments of popular television productions caught on camera. Vicki Lawrence introduces bloopers from "Mama's Family" and "The Carol Burnett Show." Florence Henderson introduces bloopers from "Maude."
66.
59th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2002) as Producer
Live coverage of the 59th annual Golden Globe Awards presentation from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California.
67.
29th Annual American Music Awards, The (2002) as Producer
Live coverage of the American Music Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
68.
73rd Annual Academy Awards, The (2001) as Segment Producer/ Director (Arthur C Clarke Segment)
Live coverage of the 73rd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
69.
Classic TV Bloopers (2001) as Executive Producer
Dick Clark celebrates his 20th year of hosting "Bloopers" with a special featuring out-takes of some of the most famous stars in entertainment history.
70.
All New Bloopers #00-05 (2001) as Executive Producer
A compilation of "bloopers" from film and television. Steve Harvey presents bloopers from his own "The Steve Harvey Show," and Lynn Herring introduces a segment of bloopers from daytime television, including her own "Port Charles."
71.
36th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (2001) as Executive Producer
Live coverage of the 36th annual Academy of Country Music Awards presentation from the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, California.
72.
All New Bloopers #00-04 (2001) as Executive Producer
Dick Clark hosts an all-new "Bloopers" special, featuring outtakes from many popular TV series, movies and news programs. Also, special guests stars share some of their own on-screen mishaps.
73.
28th Annual American Music Awards, The (2001) as Producer
Live coverage of the 28th annual American Music Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
74.
58th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2001) as Producer
Live coverage of the 58th annual Golden Globe Awards presentation from the Beverly Hilton. Awards for film and television stars are presented by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
75.
28th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (2001) as Producer
Live coverage of the 28th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
76.
3rd Annual Family Television Awards, The (2001) as Producer
Awards special that recognizes outstanding programming for family viewing. Eight awards are given to television shows and actors who best represent family programming and values. The catagories and honorees are: Actor (Tom Cavanaugh from "Ed"); Actress (Lauren Graham from "Gilmore Girls" and Jane Ka
77.
Lifetime Presents: Disney's American Teacher Awards (2001) as Producer
Twelfth annual Disney's American Teacher Awards, honoring members of the teaching profession in the United States.
78.
Golden Globe Arrivals Special (2000) as Co-Executive Producer
Dick Clark, Nancy O'Dell and Cynthia Garrett interview celebrities as they arrive for the 57th annual Golden Globe Awards presentation from Beverly Hills, California.
79.
35th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (2000) as Executive Producer
Live coverage of the 35th annual Academy of Country Music Awards presentation from the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles, California.
80.
16th Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (2000) as Executive Producer
Coverage of the 16th Annual Soap Opera Awards honoring programs and preformers from daytime and primetime serials. Winners are selected by "Soap Opera Digest" magazine readers.
81.
All-Star Bloopers (2000) as Executive Producer
Host Dick Clark is joined by Melissa Joan Hart ("Sabrina, the Teenage Witch"), D.L. Hughley ("The Hughleys"), and Richard Ruccolo ("Two Guys and a Girl"), who share their favorite flubs and on-camera foibles. The program also features bloopers from other comedy shows, soap operas and the Miss Americ
82.
2nd Annual Family Television Awards, The (2000) as Producer
Awards special that recognizes outstanding programming for family viewing. Eight awards are given to television shows and actors who represent family programming and values. The categories are: Actor; Actress; Drama Series; Comedy Series; Movie, Mini-Series or Special; Inspiring Stories/Pride in Our
83.
57th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2000) as Producer
A live telecast of the 57th annual Golden Globe Awards, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for achievement in television and film.
84.
27th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (2000) as Producer
Live coverage of the 27th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
85.
27th Annual American Music Awards, The (2000) as Producer
Presentation of the American Music Awards honoring the top artists in all forms of music.
86.
15th Annual Soap Opera Awards (1999) as Executive Producer
Live coverage of the 15th Annual Soap Opera Awards from the Universal Amphitheatre in California.
87.
34th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1999) as Producer
Live coverage of the 34th annual Academy of Country Music Awards presentation from Los Angeles, California and Universal Studios Escape in Orlando, Florida.
88.
56th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1999) as Producer
Coverage of the 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
89.
26th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1999) as Producer
Coverage of the 26th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
90.
26th Annual American Music Awards, The (1999) as Producer
Live coverage of the 26th annual American Music Awards.
91.
14th Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Presentation of the 14th Annual Soap Opera Awards. Nominees selected by editors of Soap Opera Digest are voted on by the publication's readers.
92.
All Star Party For Aaron Spelling, An (1998) as Producer
A tribute to successful television producer Aaron Spelling, featuring clips and cast reunions to commemorate over three decades of primetime series.
93.
25th Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1998) as Producer
Presentation of the 25th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
94.
American Music Awards 1998 (1998) as Producer
Live presentation of the 25th Annual American Music Awards from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
95.
Will You Marry Me? IV (1998) as Producer
Fourth installment of a romantic special focusing on unique and unpredictable marriage proposals.
96.
33rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1998) as Producer
Presentation of the 33rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards from Universal Studios in Hollywood, California and Universal Studios Florida.
97.
All-Star TV Censored Show Me the Bloopers (1997) as Executive Producer
Special featuring the outtakes from popular television series, sports shows and newscasts.
98.
All-Star TV Censored Tickle Me Bloopers (1997) as Executive Producer
Special featuring outtakes from film, television and the world of sports.
99.
All-New All-Star TV Censored When Bloopers Attack! (1997) as Executive Producer
Dick Clark hosts this special that showcases outtakes, mistakes, giggles and tongue-twisters from television shows and news programs. Features celebrity guests Amy Pietz, Steve Harvey and Los Angeles Dodgers star Brett Butler.
100.
13th Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (1997) as Executive Producer
Live presentation of the 13th annual Soap Opera Awards, in which the winners were chosen by the readers of "Soap Opera Digest."
101.
32nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1997) as Producer
Presentation of the 32nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
102.
24th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1997) as Producer
Presentation of the 24th annual Daytime Emmy Awards broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall, New York.
103.
1997 American Music Awards (1997) as Producer
Live presentation of the 24th annual American Music Awards.
104.
12th Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Live presentation of the 12th annual Soap Opera Awards.
105.
All-New All-Star TV Censored Blooper-Palooza (1996) as Executive Producer
Special featuring celebrity outtakes, mistakes and tongue-twisters.
106.
All-Star TV Censored Bloopers - Fat Free! (1996) as Executive Producer
Special featuring television outtakes as well as bloopers from live television.
107.
All-Star TV Censored Mega Bloopers (1996) as Executive Producer
Special featuring comic television outtakes from popular programs including "Wings" "Frasier" "Hercules" and "Mad About You."
108.
31st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (1996) as Producer
Live presentation of the 31st annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
109.
Rudy Coby: Ridiculously Dangerous (1996) as Producer
Renowned illusionist Rudy Coby showcases his style, combining high technology with magic, comedy, science and music. Performing at Universal Studios in Hollywood as a mad scientist, Coby's illusions and death defying acts include making an armored truck disappear, escaping a tank of piranhas and bei
110.
1996 American Music Awards (1996) as Producer
Presentation of the 23rd annual American Music Awards.
111.
1996 Emmy Awards (1996) as Producer
Live telecast of the 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
112.
23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1996) as Producer
Live presentation of the 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
113.
11th Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (1995) as Executive Producer
Live presentation of the 11th annual Soap Opera Awards, sponsored by Soap Opera Digest. Includes segments on celebrity fans of daytime dramas and the changing roles of women in soaps.
114.
All-New All Star TV Censored Bloopers - Unplugged! (1995) as Executive Producer
Special featuring television outtakes as well as bloopers from live television.
115.
All-Star Ultra TV Censored Bloopers (1995) as Executive Producer
Special featuring comic out-takes from popular TV productions, as well as mishaps on live telvision.
116.
22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1995) as Producer
Live presentation of the 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
117.
Rudy Coby: The Coolest Magician on Earth (1995) as Producer
Performance by the irreverent, high-tech magician Rudy Coby.
118.
1995 American Music Awards (1995) as Producer
A live presentation of the 22th annual American Music Awards.
119.
30th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1995) as Producer
A presentation of the 30th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
120.
All-New Return of TV Censored Bloopers (1994) as Executive Producer
A new edition of television bloopers and outtakes.
121.
Tenth Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, The (1994) as Executive Producer
A primetime broadcast of the 10th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards.
122.
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards (1994) as Producer
A presentation of the third annual Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, honoring individual sports achievements in ten categories.
123.
1994 American Music Awards (1994) as Producer
Presentation of the 21st annual American Music Awards.
124.
29th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1994) as Producer
A live presentation of the 29th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards honoring outstanding country music performers.
125.
Christmas at Home With the Stars (1994) as Producer
Prominent ABC television and BMG recording artists recall Christmas memories and perform their favorite Christmas songs.
126.
Ninth Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (1993) as Executive Producer
Primetime broadcast of the annual Soap Opera Digest Awards presentation.
127.
Taco Bell Presents: Battle of the Bands '93 (1993) as Executive Producer
Bands from across the nation compete for a recording contract.
128.
Return of TV's Censored Bloopers 2, The (1993) as Executive Producer
A special featuring out-takes and on-camera miscues from several television series.
129.
65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1993) as Remote Producer (New York)
Broadcast of the 65th annual Academy Awards presentation.
130.
Olsen Twins Mother's Day Special, The (1993) as Producer
A Mother's Day variety special hosted by "Full House" twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
131.
28th Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1993) as Producer
A live awards special honoring the stars of country music.
132.
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards Presented by Footlocker (1993) as Producer
A live presentation of the Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, honoring athletes in ten categories.
133.
American Music Awards, The (1993) as Producer
A presentation of the 20th annual American Music Awards, honoring musical artists in pop/rock, soul/rhythm & blues, country, heavy metal, rap and adult contemporary.
134.
Return of TV's Censored Bloopers, The (1993) as Producer
Special featuring outtakes and on-camera miscues from television series and news programs.
135.
64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1992) as Segment Producer
Live coverage of the sixty-fourth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
136.
27th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1992) as Co-Producer
A live broadcast of the 27th annual Academy of Country Music Awards honoring outstanding country music artists.
137.
Taco Bell Presents The USA Music Challenge (1992) as Executive Producer
Singers and bands compete for professional recording contracts.
138.
Soap Opera Digest Awards (1992) as Executive Producer
Coverage of the eighth annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, honoring programs and performers from daytime and prime-time serials. Winners are selected by readers of "Soap Opera Digest" magazine.
139.
Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (05/31/92) (1992) as Executive Producer
A broadcast in the series of specials entitled "Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes." Melissa Reeves and actor Sherman Hemsley fall victim to pranksters.
140.
19th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1992) as Producer
A telecast of the 19th annual Emmy Awards for excellence in daytime television programming.
141.
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards (1992) as Producer
A live presentation of "The Jim Thorpe Awards," honoring individual achievements in 10 sports categories.
142.
63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1991) as Segment Producer
Live coverage of the sixty-third annual Academy Awards ceremony.
143.
Soap Opera Awards (1991) as Executive Producer
Coverage of the 7th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards honoring programs and performers from daytime and prime-time serials, in 23 categories. Winners are selected by "Soap Opera Digest" magazine readers.
144.
26th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1991) as Producer
A live broadcast of the twenty-sixth annual presentation of the Academy of Country Music Awards honoring outstanding country-music artists.
145.
18th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1991) as Producer
A telecast of the eighteenth annual Emmy Awards for excellence in daytime television programming.
146.
American Music Awards, The (1991) as Producer
A live presentation of the 18th annual American Music Awards honoring musical performers.
147.
25th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1990) as Co-Producer
Live broadcast of the 25th annual Academy of Country Music Awards honoring the top entertainers in country music.
148.
Farm Aid IV (1990) as Co-Producer
A live, twelve-hour telecast of the fourth annual Farm Aid fund-raiser, held at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana.
149.
Sea World Summer Night Magic (1990) as Executive Producer
A variety special broadcast from Sea World in Florida, hosted by Ann Jillian.
150.
Greatest Practical Jokes of All Time, The (1990) as Executive Producer
A comedy special culling some of the practical jokes played on Hollywood celebrities on previously-aired "Super Bloopers & Practical Jokes" programs. Also includes a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into setting up a joke, as well as some jokes that backfired.
151.
Do It Yourself TV (1990) as Executive Producer
A look at American mothers as recorded by their children in videos submitted by the public, along with rare and unique home movies of Hollywood stars.
152.
American Music Awards, The (1990) as Producer
Three-hour live broadcast of the 17th Annual American Music Awards, honoring musical artists in pop/rock, soul/rhythm and blues, country music, heavy metal, rap, and dance. The winners of the 27 awards are determined by a poll of record buyers in the United States.
153.
Anything for Laughs (1990) as Producer
A special featuring radio deejays and the fun they have with fans in-studio and on the streets of major cities.
154.
25th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1990) as Producer
Live broadcast of the 25th annual Academy of Country Music Awards honoring the top entertainers in country music.
155.
Soap Opera Awards (1990) as Supervising Producer
Coverage of the 6th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards honoring the winners, from 22 categories, selected by "Soap Opera Digest" magazine readers.
156.
1989 MTV Video Music Awards, The (1989) as Co-Executive Producer
Live broadcast of the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards. The sixth annual awards ceremony honors the music videos that have appeared on MTV.
157.
Friday Night Surprise! (1989) as Co-Executive Producer
A special, hosted by Dick Clark on the eve of April Fool's Day, containing surprises from Chuck Connors to Bob Costas; a talking dog that visits a kindergarten class; and Elvira, who stands in for her own wax museum figure.
158.
Ice Star's Hollywood Revue (1989) as Executive Producer
A special featuring famous ice skaters skating to music made famous in feature films.
159.
Superstars And Their Moms (1989) as Producer
A special featuring interviews with five mothers of well-known entertainers, who discuss how family support contributed to their children's success.
160.
Sea World's Miracle Babies & Friends (1989) as Producer
A special examining how marine animals like Baby Shamu, the Killer Whale, are born and nurtured in captivity, how they are trained, and how they are cared for when they are injured.
161.
24th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1989) as Producer
An awards special honoring the best in country music broadcast from Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California, with the presentation of the Hat awards to those winning individuals in 11 categories of country music, including Entertainer of the Year, Top Male and Female Vocalist and Album of the Y
162.
Freedom Festival '89 (1989) as Producer
An Independence Day special featuring a lineup of song and dance performers at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, the birthplace of the Constitution.
163.
American Music Awards, The (1989) as Producer
A three-hour live broadcast from Hollywood's Shrine Civic Auditorium of the 16th annual American Music Awards honoring musical artists in pop/rock, soul/rhythm and blues, country music, heavy metal and rap.
164.
Soap Opera Digest Awards (1989) as Supervising Producer
Taped coverage of the fifth annual Soap Opera Digest Awards ceremony honoring the winners chosen by the votes of the magazine's readers in 21 categories of daytime and prime-time serials programming.
165.
1988 MTV Video Music Awards (1988) as Co-Executive Producer
Live coverage of the fifth annual MTV Video Music Awards ceremony. This year's ceremony is themed "Live From the Edge." Included in the program is the presentation of the Video Vanguard Award to Michael Jackson, appearing via satellite.
166.
Friday Night Surprise! (1988) as Co-Executive Producer
A comedy special which features surprises for people from all walks of life, including celebrities and viewers. Taped at the Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles, California.
167.
America Picks the All-Time Favorite Movies (1988) as Co-Executive Producer
A special in which the home audience can phone in and vote for their favorite films from nominees in four different genres: drama, comedy, action/adventure and science fiction/horror. Clips from the three films nominated in each category are included. The films were selected in a poll taken in vid
168.
Soap Opera Digest Awards (1988) as Supervising Producer
A two-hour telecast of the ceremonies honoring the winners in the 4th annual Soap Opera Digest Awards. Readers of the magazine cast their ballots to honor shows and performers in 21 categories, covering programs in both daytime and prime-time television.
169.
Superstars and Their Moms (1988) as Producer
The second "Superstars & Their Moms" special, hosted by mother Carol Burnett and her daughter Carrie Hamilton, features appearances by guest celebrities and their mothers.
170.
23rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1988) as Producer
A live broadcast from Knott's Berry Farm, of the 23rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
171.
Sea World's All-Star, Lone Star Celebration (1988) as Producer
A special from Sea World of Texas in San Antonio, featuring the famed marine mammals -- killer whales, dolphins, etc. -- and celebrity performers in a commemoration of the cultural heritage of the Texas hill country.
172.
American Music Awards, The (1988) as Producer
A live broadcast of the presentation of the 15th annual American Music Awards from Shrine Auditorium in Hollywood. The program also focuses on Australia's contribution to the music industry on the continent's 200th anniversary, with live cut-ins from Australia. The special also features the first li
173.
Supermodel of the World (1988) as Producer
Coverage of the 5th annual competition from Disneyland, featuring women from 33 countries competing for a modeling contract.
174.
You Are the Jury (1987) as Producer
A special drama in which the viewers (via a 900 telephone number) are asked to vote on a verdict in a murder trial involving the complex situation that arises when the victim's wife and her lover are the only witnesses to the murder -- and they accuse each other.
175.
22nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1987) as Producer
The 22nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards ceremony honoring achievement in country music telecast live from Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. Also included is a salute to Hollywood's 100th anniversary focusing on memorable tunes from Hollywood Westerns.
176.
Supermodel of the World (1987) as Producer
A competition involving women from 26 different countries competing for a $250,000 modeling contract with the Ford Agency. The categories contestants are judged in include posing, swimsuit, evening gown, and photogenic competitions.
177.
Superstars & Their Moms (1987) as Producer
A Mother's Day special hosted by Carol Burnett and her daughter Carrie Hamilton, featuring interviews with guest celebrities and their mothers.
178.
American Music Awards, The (1987) as Producer
A live telecast from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles of the fourteenth annual American Music Awards presentation, honoring artists from the pop/rock, soul/rhythm & blues, and country music categories. The program also features the presentation of the Award of Merit, which is awarded this year p
179.
Uncensored Channels: TV Around the World With George Plimpton (1986) as Executive Producer
The first of two specials that provide glimpses of different cultures as seen through their television programming.
180.
21st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1986) as Executive Producer
More than 75 top country stars and Hollywood personalities are scheduled to entertain or serve as presenters in this awards special. Trophies called "The Hat" were given to winners in 11 categories. A special presentation, The Pioneer Award, was made by stars in Los Angeles and in Nashville by satel
181.
American Music Awards, The (1986) as Producer
A three-hour, live telecast from Los Angeles, London, Detroit, Tucson, and Hong Kong, featuring the thirteenth annual American Music Awards. Winners of awards in pop/rock, country, and soul/rhythm and blues will be announced, and more than seventy-five musical artists are expected to attend, includi
182.
ABC Fall Preview Special, The (1986) as Producer
ABC's Alan Thicke offers viewers a preview of the ABC Fall 1986 television season, as he visits the sets of eight new ABC series and interviews Lucille Ball, Ellen Burstyn, Howard Hesseman, and other stars.
183.
You Are the Jury (1986) as Producer
This special enables the television audience to view a dramatization of an actual murder trial and then phone in a verdict by dialing a toll-free telephone number. The case depicted involves a high school football star accused of strangling his girlfriend, a cheerleader and honors student.
184.
You Are the Jury (1986) as Producer
Audience involvement is the keynote of this special, in which viewers watch a dramatization of an actual murder trial and then vote innocent or guilty by calling a special 900 telephone number. The case depicted is that of Dr. Evan Black, a philandering physician who stands accused of murdering his
185.
Celebrities: Where Are They Now? (1985) as Producer
An update on the lives of Anita Bryant, Linda Lovelace, Hal Linden, Fess Parker, Liza Minnelli, Diahann Carroll, Billy Dee Williams, Angela Cartwright, Tiny Tim, Samantha Smith and Teddy Pendegrast.
186.
ABC All-Star Spectacular, The (1985) as Producer
The program features the stars of ABC's 1985-86 Fall line-up attending a lavish party to introduce viewers to the new and returning ABC series.
187.
TV's Censored Bloopers (1984) as Executive Producer
A special showing flubs and bloopers -- never intended for public viewing -- from television and film. Ted Danson and Vicki Lawrence and host Dick Clark's in-studio guests. Also included are unplanned clips from the television series "The Partridge Family," "Days of Our Lives," "Fame," "The Perry Co
188.
You Are the Jury (1984) as Executive Producer
A program that allows viewers to determine the guilt or innocence of a defendent in a crime. The program begins in a courtroom and flashback sequences are used to recall the crime and the circumstances that led up to it. In the pilot episode, "The Case of the People of Florida vs. Joseph Landrum," v
189.
Hollywood's Private Home Movies (1983) as Producer
A somewhat nostalgic look at the actual home movies of famous Hollywood celebrities, including Bob Hope, Brooke Shields, Jayne Mansfield, Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, Pat Boone, and Elvis Presley.
190.
Celebrities: Where Are They Now? (1983) as Producer
The program tracks down has-been performers who have completely drifted out of the spotlight.
191.
Whatever Became Of...? (1982) as Producer
A second pilot film that updates the lives of celebrities who have long been out of the spotlight, including: Sandra Dee, Virginia Mayo, George Montgomery, Mamie Van Doren, Fanne Foxe, Deborah Walley, Jane Withers, Sheila James, Jackie Coogan, Brandon Cruz, Johnny Whitaker, The Silhouettes, Kathryn
192.
I've Had It Up to Here (1981) as Executive Producer
A series of comedy sketches that look at the things that irritate people.
193.
Whatever Became Of...? (1981) as Producer
A special that spotlights the current lives of celebrities from the past. The program updates the lives of Irish McCalla, Jay North, Angela Cartwright, Rusty Hamer, Danny Bonaduce, Margaret O'Brien, Ursula Andress, Brigitte Bardot, Elizabeth Ray, The Monkees, Mark Spitz, Lisa Loring, Mason Reese, S
194.
Opryland: Night of Stars and Future Stars (1981) as Producer
The pilot for an annual series that spotlights promising country and western entertainers. The program features eight young performers who showcase their talents in bids to be named "Future Stars." Of the eight contestants who perform, one male and one female is chosen. Each receives $5,000 and an
195.
Sensational, Shocking, Wonderful, Wacky '70s, The (1980) as Producer
A look back at the people, events, music, and popular culture trends of the 1970s.
196.
Men Who Rate a "10" (1980) as Producer
The program presents the men whom women find attractive. A sequel to "Women Who Rate a 10."
197.
Thanksgiving Reunion with the Partridge Family and My Three Sons (1977) as Executive Producer
A reuniting of the stars of the TV series "The Partridge Family" and "My Three Sons."
198.
Dick Clark's Good Ol' Days: From Bobby Sox to Bikinis (1977) as Producer
Dick Clark reviews the popular music of the '50s and '60s.

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