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

Editing (feature film)

1.
Forbidden Nights (1990) as Editor
Based on the true story of Judith Shapiro, an American who teaches in a provincial Chinese city shortly after the Cultural Revolution. She is caught between her Western liberal upbringing and the harsh laws of a foreign government when she falls in love with one of her students.
2.
Red Earth, White Earth (1989) as Editor
A young man defies his father and sides with local Native Americans in a land dispute.
3.
Penthouse, The (1989) as Editor
A wealthy young woman is forced to rely on her wits to save her life when she is held captive by a former friend who is now a mental patient with tormented fantasies about his unexpressed love for her. A prisoner in her own penthouse, the woman must hold off her captor and her mounting terror, in th
4.
Inherit The Wind (1988) as Editor
An adaptation of the play based on the Scopes "monkey trial" of 1925, in which a high school teacher in Tennessee was prosecuted for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution. The leading characters of Matthew Harrison Brady and Henry Drummond are thinly veiled portraits of the actual attorneys in the c
5.
After the Promise (1987) as Editor
Based on actual events, a widower struggles to regain custody of his sons, who were institutionalized by social workers after their mother died.
6.
Triplecross (1986) as Film Editor
Three competitive private eyes -- two men and a woman, all ex-cops who apparently invested well enough to become millionaires -- vie with one another in solving a pair of complicated murders that also involve an attempted baseball playoff fix and blackmail. This displayed all the earmarks of a pilot
7.
Miles to Go (1986) as Editor
In a rare television acting appearance, Jill Clayburgh is a wife, mother and art gallery owner who launches a quiet (occasionally humorous) campaign to find a potential replacement for herself in her family's life after discovering that her cancer has returned. Filmed in and around Montreal, this dr
8.
Vanishing Act (1986) as Editor
A television movie about a bridegroom and his missing bride, who may or may not be the woman he married. Harry Kenyon, a man on his honeymoon, walks into a police station at a ski resort and reports that his wife of one week has disappeared.<P>Police Lieutenant Rudameyer, a recent immigrant to the a
9.
Guilty Conscience (1985) as Editor
Levinson & Link's cerebral thriller about a philandering attorney, debating with his alter ego assorted devious plans to do away with high-minded wife for the sake of his calculating mistress, while each has her own plans to do him in, provided the setting for this elegant if somewhat talky three-pe
10.
Why Me? (1984) as Film Editor
Glynnis O'Connor is real-life Air Force nurse Leola Mae Harmon, whose face is shattered and her marriage destroyed in an automobile accident, and Armand Assante is the fiercely dedicated plastic surgeon in the military hospital who not only reconstructs her face but renews her courage and revitalize
11.
Sweet Revenge (1984) as Editor
The sweet revenge is by a girl whose brother years earlier had been destroyed by a fellow army officer and who now, fourteen years later, comes face to face with the man, a highly decorated career soldier, responsible for his death, and, unaware of the girl's identity, makes a play for her. Kevin Do
12.
Prototype (1983) as Film Editor
In this contemporary reworking of the Frankenstein story, Nobel Prize-winning scientist Christopher Plummer kidnaps the humanoid he and his team have developed, after finding that the Pentagon, which bankrolled his research work, is about to re-program his creation (David Morse) for a destructive mi
13.
Take Your Best Shot (1982) as Editor
An actor struggling to keep his career alive and his marriage from unravelling is the plot outline of this romantic comedy from the team of Richard Levinson and William Link, a change of pace for the writing/producing pair whose usual stomping grounds are the TV mystery and the social drama.
14.
Rehearsal For Murder (1982) as Editor
On the eve of her marriage to successful playwright Robert Preston, film star Lynn Redgrave, who had just made her New York stage debut, is found dead. Rejecting an official verdict of suicide, Preston arranges an on-stage reunion of all involved in his play to trap a suspected murderer. "Cold Readi
15.
Choice, The (1981) as Editor
Sudsy drama with "The Choice" being whether or not to have an abortion. Susan Clark, the mother, confides to daughter Largo Woodruff, pregnant with boyfriend Paul Regina's child, that she had agonized over the same question twenty years earlier.
16.
Portrait of An Escort, The (1980)
Moonlighting nights at a professional dating service to make ends meet, a divorcee causes the neighbors to whisper and her teenage daughter, unaware of her mom's other job in addition to the one at the local real estate office, to become suspicious, but when she tries to quit the night work, she fin
17.
$5.20 an Hour Dream, The (1980) as Film Editor
A debt-ridden divorced mother and factory worker strives to get a higher-paying job on the traditionally all-male main assembly line.
18.
Promise, The (1979) as Assistant Editor
Two college students, one from a rich background, and the other from a poor one, decide to elope. They are involved in a serious car wreck, with the young girl's face severely injured. In order to get the necessary surgery, the mother of the young man injured in the accident offers a deal to the young woman - to stay out of her son's life permanently, and in return, get the plastic surgery to restore her face. What comes after that is something none of them expected.
19.
Vacation in Hell, A (1979) as Editor
A dream vacation at a posh tropical resort turns into a nightmare for four women and a man who wander off into the jungle on a remote part of the island and wage a desperate fight for survival.
20.
Ants (1977)
Terror from the depths of the earth traps a group of fun-seekers at a lavish summer resort in this thriller that initially was to have been called simply "Ants!" The movie was subsequently titled "Panic at Lakewood Manor."
21.
Baker's Hawk (1976) as Editor
In the Old West, a reclusive old man is hectored by vigilantes until he is befriended by a man named Walker and his son who protect him.

Editing (special)

22.
Mick and Frankie (1989) as Editor
Two brothers, one an ex-football star and the other who indulges in get-rich-quick schemes, decide to become bounty hunters.

Editing (special)

23.
Small Sacrifices (1989) as Editor
A two-part miniseries based on Ann Rule's book, "Small Sacrifices." A mother is accused of shooting her three children in 1983 in a small town in Oregon as a "sacrifice" to her married lover. A determined district attorney uncovers the circumstances surrounding the crime.
24.
Fatal Vision (1984) as Editor
The much-acclaimed dramatization of Joe McGinniss' best-seller about Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald, the former Green Beret captain accused, then cleared, in the brutal murders of his wife and daughters in February 1970, won Emmy Award nominations for the film itself as Outstanding Drama Special as well as f
25.
World War III (1982) as Editor
The world is placed on the brink of a nuclear holocaust following a confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union when an insurgent Russian military group lays siege to the Alaskan pipeline in retaliation for an American grain embargo. U.S. President Rock Hudson and Soviet General Sec

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