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Also Known As: Died: April 17, 2003
Born: Cause of Death: natural causes
Birth Place: Profession: Production Designer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Getting Out (1994)
Based on Marsha Norman's play about a young Georgia woman, recently released from prison, who attempts to gain custody of the son to whom she gave birth in jail.
2.
Help Wanted: Kids (1986)
Lisa and Tom Burke, former advertising executives in New York, relocate to Arizona where Tom has a new post as president of a children's wear company. When they arrive, they are shocked to learn that Cyrus, Tom's boss, thinks they have a family, which he believes to be essential for the image of the
3.
Fighting Choice, A (1986)
A teenage boy with epilepsy undergoes a new drug therapy that permits him to attend a regular school for the first time. But he develops a tolerance to the drug and his seizures reappear. When Kellin, the teenage boy, discovers that his parents did not tell him about a radical, high-risk surgical pr
4.
Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess (1983)
In the tradition of TV's star biographies, this skin-deep dramatization of the Hollywood sex queen chronicles her early career as a dancer and her evolution into a film star, spanning the years 1934 to 1952, and put Lynda Carter in the spotlight with the Israeli actor Aharon Ipale as Aly Khan. David
5.
Loving Couples (1980) as Art Direction
While Greg is driving his sports car, he passes a woman on horseback, and after staring at her a little too long, crashes his car. The woman, Evelyn, is a doctor, so she attends to Greg on the scene, and before long, the two of them are involved in affair. When Greg's girlfriend and Evelyn's husband
6.
Marilyn: The Untold Story (1980)
Norman Mailer's book on Marilyn Monroe was the basis of this second Marilyn TV movie, covering the legendary actress right up to the time of her death, in contrast to the earlier film, based on Garson Kanin's account, that ended just as she reached stardom. Catherine Hicks won an Emmy Award nominati
7.
Journey From Darkness (1975)
A brilliant blind student fights a seemingly hopeless battle to gain acceptance into medical school.
8.
Trilogy of Terror (1975)
Three bizarre stories with Karen Black playing four tormented women. In "Millicent and Therese" she is both a plain-looking woman, almost a recluse, and her amoral sister whom she taunts by revealing to her current boyfriend her past escapades. In "Julie" she is a sexually repressed teacher who is b
9.
Can Ellen Be Saved? (1974)
A girl searching for herself becomes the object of an intense struggle between her parents and members of a religious commune.
10.
Crooked Hearts, The (1972)
A charming but somewhat larcenous widow attempts to snare a rich bachelor through a lonely hearts club, but her scheme boomerangs into a deadly cat-and-mouse game. This marked the TV-movie debut of both Rosalind Russell and Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and was sadly also Russell's last film role.
11.
Stiletto (1969) as Art Director
A rich, jet-setting playboy has a secret life: he's also a professional Mafia hitman. When he decides it's time to retire from that life, he finds that his former employers don't like the idea that someone who knows so much about them won't be under their control anymore, and decide to send their own hitmen to eliminate him.
12.
The World of Henry Orient (1964) as Art Director
Two poor little rich girls dog the steps of a womanizing pianist.

Production Designer (feature film)

13.
Grace & Glorie (1998)
When Grace Stiles and her grandson Roy are swindled out of the family farm by a crooked land developer, Grace is forced to live in a primitive cottage on the property. Roy soon realizes that he is unable to give Grace the constant care she requires because of the demands of his new job. Glorie, a fo
14.
Love Letter, The (1998)
Scotty Corrigan and Debra Zabrinskie are a young, modern couple in the midst of planning their upcoming wedding. While shopping with Debra for a wedding dress in an antique store, Scotty finds himself drawn to an oak desk and decides to buy it. In the desk drawer he finds a letter written by Elizabe
15.
Deep Family Secrets (1997)
A woman, who is determined to prove her father innocent of the murder of her mother, discovers hidden family secrets. Inspired by actual events.
16.
Special Report: Journey to Mars (1996)
Drama revolving around the first human attempt to land on Mars and the Global News Network's television coverage of the event. The mission is endangered by the Native Earth Alliance, a non-violent group set on ending interplanetary exploration.
17.
Loss of Innocence, A (1996)
When a woman who is engaged to be married to a Mormon man falls in love with her fiance's half-brother, a concert pianist and lapsed Mormon, a conflict between religious faith and affairs of the heart ensues.
18.
Harvest of Fire (1996)
While investigating a series of barn burnings in an Amish community, a female FBI agent befriends an Amish widow.
19.
Summer of Ben Tyler, The (1996)
Set in the Deep South in 1942, a white man and his wife open their home to the young, mildly retarded son of their black housekeeper after her sudden death, but this simple act of compassion causes problems for the couple when some members of the community express their prejudice and hatred.
20.
Secrets (1995)
A ruthless woman, tormented by her own painful childhood, tears her family apart with lies and deceit when she callously takes another woman's baby. Set in 1910 small-town America.
21.
Time to Heal, A (1994)
A couple's lives are changed forever when a woman suffers a stroke after the birth of her second child.
22.
Promise Kept: The Oksana Baiul Story, A (1994)
Drama based on the true story of Oksana Baiul and how she overcame personal tragedies to become the 1994 Olympic gold medalist in figure skating.
23.
Changes (1991)
A television movie based on Danielle Steel's novel "Changes." A top television correspondent and a heart surgeon decide to marry, but career conflicts and family crises present serious challenges to their relationship.
24.
Caroline? (1990)
A woman, presumed dead for 15 years, returns to her family shortly before a large inheritance is due. While she certainly seems to be the missing woman, there are doubts about her identity among those who knew her.
25.
I'll Be Home For Christmas (1988)
A television movie exploring the lives and relationships of members of a New England family as they wait for a son's return from overseas action in World War II.
26.
Foxfire (1987)
A television movie based on the Broadway play "Foxfire," about a woman's attempt to hold on to her farm while she battles her troubled folk singer son and grieves over the death of her husband.
27.
Square Dance (1987) as Production Designer
28.
Second Serve (1986)
A television movie about Richard Radley, a father, surgeon, naval officer, and athlete, who underwent a sex-change operation to become the woman -- Renee Richards -- whom she felt had always been trapped in the body of a man. The film, based on Renee Richards' own account, describes the psychologica
29.
Grandview, U.S.A. (1984) as Production Designer
A blue collar worker who spends his free time demolishing cars at a local racetrack falls in love with the track's beautiful owner. But when his new-found girlfriend falls for a younger man, things get complicated.
30.
Rich and Famous (1981) as Production Designer
Girlhood friends become romantic and literary rivals in this remake of Old Acquaintance.
31.
Orphan Train (1979)
In this dramatization of a little publicized episode in American history, dedicated social worker Eichhorn organizes a train trip for a group of slum orphans in 1894, taking them from New York City to the Midwest in search of new families and new lives. This fictionalized account covers the first of
32.
Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (1977)
A further look into the lives of F.D.R. and Eleanor Roosevelt during their twelve-year residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, reuniting most of the cast and technical crew responsible for the multiple-award-winning first film (1976). Equally as honored (with seventeen Emmy nominations), this film wa
33.
Gathering, The (1977)
A crusty businessman, facing his last Christmas, makes an eleventh hour attempt to pull together the family which he shattered by allowing them to become second to his work and which he left years earlier. The Emmy-winner as Outstanding Special of 1977-78, with nominations also going to Maureen Stap
34.
Nightmare in Badham County (1976)
Two college coeds find their vacation drive across the country turning into a nightmare when one is attacked by a small-town sheriff and both are then beaten, degraded, and locked into a corrupt prison farm with no way to tell their parents or friends where they are.
35.
Young Pioneers (1976)
Molly and David Beaton (Linda Purl and Roger Kern) marry and head straight for a hard but promising future in the Dakotas in the 1870s. With harsh winters, hunger, plagues of grasshoppers and worse, it will take more than love for the young family to survive.
36.
Girl Named Sooner, A (1975)
A drama about an abandoned young girl, raised in the hill country of Indiana by an eccentric bootlegging old crone, who becomes the ward of a childless couple.
37.
Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders (1974)
A handsomely produced detective pilot set in seventh-century China, with a totally distinctive sleuth faced with an unusual case involving his three wives, a killer bear, three murders, a one-armed lady, a dead monk, a chamber of horrors, a vengeful swordsman, a lovesick juggler, a kidnapped nun --
38.
Miracle on 34th Street (1973)
The story of a department store Santa who causes worldwide repercussions when he claims to be the real Santa Claus. The television movie is based on the story by Valentine Davies and the theatrial film of the same title.
39.
She Lives (1973)
Two lonely college students meet through a newspaper ad and share an idyllic love until the girl discovers she has a terminal illness, and the couple begin a frantic search to find a doctor, researcher or anyone who can help them.
40.
Man Without a Country, The (1973)
This classic about the man who renounced his country and lived to regret it received a sparkling production here with a tour-de-force performance by Cliff Robertson, aging sixty years as Philip Nolan. Previously it had been filmed three times as a silent movie and once (in 1938) as a short for Vitap

Misc. Crew (special)

41.
44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (1992)
A live presentation of the 44th annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
42.
44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (1992) as Academy Of Television Arts And Sciences Creative Arts Award Show Committee Chairman
A live presentation of the 44th annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.

Art Director (special)

43.
Valley Of The Dolls (1981)
This contemporary updating of Jacqueline Susann's 1960s best-seller (plus, apparently, material omitted from the published novel) offers Catherine Hicks, Lisa Hartman and Veronica Hamel in the roles played in the 1967 film by Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke and Sharon Tate. Jean Simmons has the part tha
44.
Studs Lonigan (1979)
The television adaptation drawn from James T. Farrell's once-banned-for-being-oh-so-racy '30s trilogy ("Young Lonigan," "The Young Manhood of Studs Lonigan" and "Judgment Day") about the struggles and growing pangs of a self-destructive Depression-era Chicago youth introduced to TV viewers the rough
45.
Roots (1977)
The dramatization of Alex Haley's chronicle of his family history from his ancestors' life in tribal Africa of the eighteenth century to their emancipation in the post-Civil War South became an overnight phenomenon the subject of educational programs as well as newspaper editorials that attracted, a

Production Designer (special)

46.
Cruel Doubt (1992)
A two-part miniseries based on Joe McGinniss's nonfiction book. A family is torn apart when a woman discovers that her husband's murderer is a member of her own family.
47.
Kennedys of Massachusetts, The (1990)
A miniseries spanning 55 years of the Kennedy family, from the early courtship of Joseph Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald to the realization of the family's dreams with JFK's election to the presidency.
48.
Jackie Collins' "Lucky/Chances" (1990)
A three-part miniseries adapted from two novels by Jackie Collins. Spanning 40 years, it tells the story of Gino Santangelo, one of America's most wealthy and powerful gangsters, and his strong-willed daughter, Lucky, who threatens to take over his empire in her desire to win his respect and approva
49.
Blind Faith (1990)
A four-hour miniseries based on a true story. A leading citizen in the small New Jersey community of Toms River arranges for the murder of his wife. The persistence of an assistant prosecutor assigned to the case unnerves the man, whose sons are finally forced to accept the tragic reality of their f
50.
Evergreen (1985)
Opulent six-hour, three-part miniseries based on Belva Plain's romantic best-seller tracing the rise of a Polish-Jewish immigrant from seamstress on New York's lower East Side to wealthy wife of a Westchester contractor although the secret love of her life is the aristocratic son of the Fifth Avenue
51.
Long Hot Summer, The (1985)
A two-part miniseries about a young, ambitious drifter with a reputation for trouble who arrives in a small Southern town and has a profound effect on a wealthy tyrant and his rebellious family.
52.
Rules Of Marriage, The (1982)
Lengthy contemporary drama, written by Reginald Rose, dealing with a supposedly "perfect marriage" and the effects when it breaks up -- on the couple involved, their children and their friends. Elizabeth Montgomery and Elliott Gould (in his TV acting debut) are an affluent suburban couple who split
53.
Eleanor and Franklin (1976)
An acclaimed, multi-award-winning production based on Lash's Pulitzer Prize-winning best-seller, with the story of the Roosevelts, from early youth to FDR's death in 1945, told through the recollections of the widowed Eleanor. Chosen Outstanding Special (1975-76 season) in the Emmy Awards ceremony,

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