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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Editing (feature film)

1.
Love Letter, The (1998) as Editor
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
2.
Legalese (1998) as Editor
A high-profile murder case throws two legal eagles, one a seasoned professional and the other an idealistic rookie, into the media spotlight. An actress charged with murder seeks the counsel of a celebrity attorney who knows that trials are ultimately won int he court of public opinion. To ensure his client's victory, he hatches a plan to put a young, inexperienced attorney on the line and save his client's neck. Seduced by the swirl of public opinion, the front soon finds himself pursued by a relentless tabloid reporter, forcing him to decide whether achieving his end is worth the sacrifice.
3.
Ellen Foster (1997) as Editor
After Ellen's mother Charlotte dies, she is left with her alcoholic father, Bill. Since Charlotte's mother Leonora and sisters Nadine and Betsy never approved of Charlotte's marriage to Bill, they neglect to see that Ellen needs their help when her father becomes abusive. But Ellen is a sensitive an
4.
In the Blink of an Eye (1996) as Editor
A woman learns her childhood friend has been sentenced to death for murders she says she didn't commit, and goes to extraordinary lengths to prove her friend's innocence. Based on a true story.
5.
Jacob (1994) as Editor
Telefilm on the Biblical patriarch Jacob. Jacob conspires with his mother Rebakeh to cheat his brother Esau out of his birthright. Fleeing his family home in fear of his brother's wrath, Jacob spends the next 14 years in servitude to his Uncle Laban in return for the hand of his daughter Rachel.
6.
To Dance With the White Dog (1993) as Editor
A strange white dog mysteriously appears and helps a Georgia tree farmer to cope with the loss of his wife.
7.
Me and the Kid (1993) as Editor
Two incompetent criminals kidnap an eight-year-old boy.
8.
Fergie and Andrew: Behind Closed Doors (1992) as Editor
A movie about the marriage and separation of the Duke and Duchess of York (Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson).
9.
Pride and Extreme Prejudice (1990)
A lone CIA agent suffers a nervous breakdown while on a mission in East Germany. He later finds himself on the run from both KGB and Western agents.
10.
Casualty of War, A (1990) as Supervising Editor
A former British spy goes undercover in Libya to foil a plot to furnish arms to the Irish Republican Army (IRA). Broadcast as a segment of "Frederick Forsyth Presents."
11.
Just Another Secret (1989)
A CIA agent investigates the disappearance of the entire East Berlin CIA cell. During his investigation, he uncovers a plot to assassinate Soviet president Gorbachev and blame the murder on the CIA.
12.
Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story (1986) as Film Editor
Farrah Fawcett again got critical acceptance as a serious actress for her portrayal here of the real-life Beate Klarsfeld, a German Protestant housewife who, with the encouragement and support of her Jewish law student husband, Serge, began an unrelenting campaign (continuing to the present) to brin
13.
Last Days of Patton, The (1986) as Editor
A television movie continuing the story of General George S. Patton Jr. detailed in the 1970 feature film, "Patton." The film chronicles the controversial last days, both public and private, of the American general.
14.
Chain, The (1985) as Editor
Several stories are linked by a series of house moves. As one couple moves out of a home for something bigger and better, another couple moves in, and so it goes all the way up to the lavish mansion owned by a self-made millionaire. When he decides to move back to the working-class area he came from
15.
Deadly Passion (1985) as Editor
16.
Parole (1982) as Editor
Boston parole officer James Naughton and a troubled young parolee (newcomer Mark Soper) who had been doing 1-to-15 for armed robbery, are the protagonists in this prospective series pilot about the day-to-day activities and personal life of a fictional P.O.. It was filmed in 1980 on location in and
17.
Ivanhoe (1982) as Editor
Expansive fifth filming of the Sir Walter Scott classic novel dealing with the adventures of a chivalrous 12th century Saxon knight and the two women in his life, Lady Rowena and the Jewish girl, Rebecca. Anthony Andrews, newcomer Lysette Anthony, and Olivia Hussey play the roles taken in the 1952 v
18.
From a Far Country: Pope John Paul II (1981) as Editor
This British/Polish TV co-production, "presented by Lord Grade," traced the life of Karol Wojtyla from his boyhood in Poland to the Vatican, although the nominal stars are New Zealand actor Sam Neill and English actor Christopher Cazenove as two of his friends from the early years. Wojtyla is portra
19.
TALE OF TWO CITIES, A (1980) as Editor
Dickens' historical romance set against a backdrop of the French Revolution gets its seventh filming, and probably its most lavish, with Chris Sarandon in the dual roles of Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay. Kenneth More plays one of his last roles as Jarvis Lorry, an agent for the Franco-British ban
20.
Hussy (1980) as Editor
21.
All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)
Highly-acclaimed remake of the 1930 film classic about a young generation's disillusionment and eventual destruction by war. Richard Thomas and Ernest Borgnine took the roles played in the original by Lew Ayres and Louis Wolheim. This version received seven Emmy Award nominations: Outstanding Drama,
22.
Warlords Of Atlantis (1978) as Editor
McClure and the father-and-son exploration team of Bisset and Gilmore take a jaunt under the ocean to the lost continent of Atlantis. They encounter all sorts of obstacles, including a gigantic octupus, until their adventure takes them to high priestess Charisse, playing a cameo role.
23.
Four Feathers, The (1978) as 2nd Editor
The fifth filming of the adventure classic about a British soldier in the 1880s who fights to regain his honor after being given four white feathers, symbols of cowardice. Previously made in 1921, 1929, 1939 and 1956. Olga Lehmann received an Emmy Award-nomination for her period costumes.
24.
Man In The Iron Mask, The (1977) as Film Editor
A stylish new version of the Dumas swashbuckler, mixing fact and fictitious derring-do and telling of Louis XIV's identical twin. It already had been filmed a half-dozen times in several variations. This production earned Emmy Award nominations for writer William Bast and costumer Olga Lehmann.
26.
Count Of Monte Cristo, The (1975) as Editor (English)
A sumptuous new version of the adventure classic which already had been filmed more than a dozen times. Louis Jourdan, who plays DeVillefort this time, was Edmond Dantes in the 1961 adaptation. Both Richard Chamberlain and Trevor Howard won Emmy Award nominations for their performances.
27.
Baffled (1972) as Editor
An American race driver has visions that are premonitions of danger and joins with a lady psychiatrist, specializing in ESP, to prevent future tragedies and sort out his unaccountable images.
28.
Ooh... You Are Awful (1972) as Editor
Charlie Tully and womanising Reggie Peek con two rich Italians out of รบ500,000 but during their flight out Charlie is arrested for coning an American and a dog. Reggie stores the money in a Swiss Bank and after Charlie is released is about to tell him which Bank when he is killed by Sid Sabbath's gang whose girlfriend Reggie had an affair with. The only lead is four tattoos that is on the girls Reggie had affairs with while Charlie was in jail. But Sabbath is on Charlie's trail to kill him and the Italians contract the mob - to find the money and then kill him.....
29.
The Night Visitor (1971) as Film Editor
A farmer is framed for murder and railroaded into an insane asylum by his ambitious sister and her doctor husband.
30.
Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx (1970) as Film Editor
In Dublin, a working class family has been unsuccessful in convincing their son to get a real job: the son prefers his job of scooping up horse's dung and selling it for flower gardens. An American exchange student almost runs him over and gets to know him. The dung man has ignored warnings from his family and suddenly the horses have been banned from Dublin. His new love is leaving for America and he must find a way to cope with the new reality.
31.
The Mind of Mr. Soames (1970) as Film Editor
Robert Vaughn, Terence Stamp, Nigel Davenport, Christian Roberts. Terence Stamp is awakened from a thirty year coma by scientist Robert Vaughn in this unusual mixture of RIP VAN WINKLE and THE MIRACLE WORKER.
32.
Thank You All Very Much (1969) as Film Editor
A pregnant student decides to raise her child alone.
33.
Shalako (1968) as Film Editor
A seasoned tracker rides to the rescue when a European hunting party blunders into Indian territory.
34.
30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia (1968) as Film Editor
A pianist has six weeks to achieve his dreams before he turns 30.
35.
The Sailor From Gibraltar (1967) as Film Editor
A young man gets mixed up in a woman's search for her lost lover.
36.
I Like Money (1962) as 1st asst ed
Mr. Topaze (Peter Sellers) is an unassuming school teacher in an unassuming small French town who is honest to a fault. He is fired when he refuses to give a passing grade to a bad student, the grandson of a wealthy Baroness (Martita Hunt). Castel Benac (Herbert Lom), a government official who runs a crooked financial business on the side, is persuaded by his mistress, Suzy (Nadia Gray), a musical comedy actress, to hire Mr. Topaze as the front man for his business. Gradually, Topaze becomes a rapacious financier who sacrifices his honesty for success and, in a final stroke of business bravado, fires Benac and acquires Suzy in the deal. An old friend and colleague, Tamise (Michael Gough) questions him and tells Topaze that if what he now says and practices indicates there are no more honest men.

Sound (feature film)

37.
Help! (1965) as Sound Editing
The Fab Four spoof James Bond and are chased in exotic locales around the world. The cause of their troubles is an item of jewelry in Ringo's possession.

Editing (special)

38.
My Africa (1988) as Editor
A "CBS Summer Playhouse" presentation of a pilot for a series not picked up by CBS. The program, set in Africa in 1952, is about an American physician and his two children who move to Africa after the death of his wife.

Editing (TV Mini-Series)

39.
Intruders (1992) as Editor
A two-part miniseries based on purportedly true cases. A hospital psychiatrist is drawn into the world of UFO abductions when he tries to help two women unravel the mysteries surrounding harrowing events in their lives.
40.
War and Remembrance (1988)
A 12-part miniseries continuing Herman Wouk's epic two-volume saga which began with "The Winds of War." The first 17-hour installment begins one week after Pearl Harbor. The family of career naval officer Captain Victor "Pug" Henry is scattered around the globe. Pug and his son, Byron, are fighting
41.
Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story (1987) as Editor
A two-part miniseries based on C. David Heyman's biography of Barbara Hutton, the famour heiress whose extragavent lifestyle shocked and intrigued the world.

Editing (TV Mini-Series)

42.
In the Beginning (2000) as Editor
Miniseries that weaves together stories from the Bible. Focusing on the books of Genesis and Exodus, it begins with the story of Creation and ends with Moses delivering the Ten Commandments. It spans the biblical time when God's word is passed verbally from one generation to the next, from Abraham t
43.
Arthur Hailey's "Strong Medicine" (1986) as Editor Supervisor
44.
Deceptions (1985) as Supervising Editor
Twin sisters -- one a European jet-setter, the other an unhappy New Jersey housewife -- impulsively decide to swap lives and identities for a week, with unforseen results. Stefanie Powers, in both roles, had an actress' field day in the film adaptation of the romantic drama by Judith Michael, a pseu

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