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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Companero (1975) as Director

Cast (feature film)

2.
Yanks (1979) as Geoff Moreton
3.
Girl in Trouble (1963) as Harry Calhoun
4.
The Crowded Sky (1960) as C.P.O.
A passenger jet and a private plane head for a collision.
5.
Don't Give Up the Ship (1959) as Officer
A newlywed cannot remember what happened to the WWII battleship he commanded.
6.
Showdown at Boot Hill (1958) as Cowhand
Bounty hunter Luke Welsh arrives looking for a wanted man. When that man draws on him he has to kill him. To collect his reward he needs a statement identifying him. But the man was well liked in town and no one will sign such a statement. When he outdraws another man who thought he was faster, some townsmen decide he should be killed and they organize a mob to go after him.
7.
Band of Angels (1957) as Officer
A southern belle fights to survive slavery after learning her mother was black.

Cinematography (feature film)

8.
Out of It (1969) as Addl photog
A nerdy high schooler vies for the charms of a cheerlaeder with a brawling football player.

Writer (feature film)

9.
Under The Rainbow (1981) as Screenwriter
150 little people converge on Hollywood in 1938 as preparations are being made to film "The Wizard of Oz"
10.
Art of Crime, The (1975) as Screenwriter
A pilot for a prospective series dealing with a gypsy private eye who is dragged into a homicide case from his other job -- as an antique dealer -- when one of his colleagues is accused of the crime.

Editing (feature film)

11.
Machine, The (2013)
Two computer programmers create the first piece of self-aware artificial intelligence to help humanity, but the British Government steals it and teaches it to be a robotic weapon.
12.
Matchmaker, The (1997) as Editor
In an attempt to boost the failing re-election campaign of a United States Senator from Massachussetts, Marcy, a jaded campaign worker, is sent to a small town in Ireland to locate the Senator's ancestors. When she gets there and discovers he has no Irish ancestors, she is pressured to convince some
13.
Out of It (1969) as Film Editor
A nerdy high schooler vies for the charms of a cheerlaeder with a brawling football player.

Music (feature film)

14.
Kevin and Perry Go Large (2003) as Song ("Onslaught")
2 teenage boys are set on losing their virginity during a holiday to a Mediterranean island.
15.
Monk Dawson (1998) as Music Mixing Engineer; Guitar ("Fantasie Du Printemps")
Bobby Winterman and Eddie Dawson were boyhood friends and are meeting again after many years. Dawson became a priest and through flashback, he is shown babtizing the bastard daughter of a social outcast. To punish him, the Catholic authorities send him to Chelsea where the sexual forthrightness of

Misc. Crew (feature film)

16.
Now and Then (1995)
Roberta, Tina, Samantha and Christina are four of the brightest and most successful women from Shelby, Indiana. During the summer of 1970, these once inseparable childhood friends breezed through heady days of cemetery seances, padded bras, and tell-all truth or dare sessions. It was the year they turned 12. The year they discovered what boys look like naked. The year they made the friendship pact that has lasted into adulthood. But it was also the year that their not-so-innocent world of childhood adventure was first cracked--by the reality of divorce and the eerie specter of a 25-year-old murder mystery. As the film begins, they've gathered together again to fulfill the promise they made that fateful summer and to attempt to solve one final mystery: how the girls they were at 12 could possibly have become the women they are now.
17.
Now and Then (1995)
Roberta, Tina, Samantha and Christina are four of the brightest and most successful women from Shelby, Indiana. During the summer of 1970, these once inseparable childhood friends breezed through heady days of cemetery seances, padded bras, and tell-all truth or dare sessions. It was the year they turned 12. The year they discovered what boys look like naked. The year they made the friendship pact that has lasted into adulthood. But it was also the year that their not-so-innocent world of childhood adventure was first cracked--by the reality of divorce and the eerie specter of a 25-year-old murder mystery. As the film begins, they've gathered together again to fulfill the promise they made that fateful summer and to attempt to solve one final mystery: how the girls they were at 12 could possibly have become the women they are now.
18.
Art of Crime, The (1975)
A pilot for a prospective series dealing with a gypsy private eye who is dragged into a homicide case from his other job -- as an antique dealer -- when one of his colleagues is accused of the crime.

Director (special)

19.
Hunting bin Laden (1999) as Director
Examines America's counter-terrorism command structure and traces the investigation into the 1998 embassy bombings in East Africa. In August 1998, two car bombs exploded simultaneously at United States embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing 268 people and injuring more than 5000. In the days and w

Cast (special)

20.
For the Living (1993)
Documentary covering the design, groundbreaking and opening ceremonies of the U.S. Holocaust Museum.
21.
Guatemala (1982) as Correspondent
A historical review of American intervention in Guatemala and in Central America generally, as well as an examination of gross human rights abuses by that country's U.S.-backed government.

Cinematography (special)

22.
Teen People's 25 Hottest Stars Under 25 (2000) as Camera Operator
Special that highlights Teen People Magazine's 25 hottest stars under 25. Features profiles of artists from the worlds of music, film and television, including Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Britney Spears, Enrique Iglesias, Drew Barrymore, Jason Biggs, Sisqo, Charlotte Church, Mya, Mandy

Writer (special)

23.
Dot Con (2002) as Writer
Examination of the financial forces behind the unprecedented rise and seemingly overnight fall of the Internet economy and explores allegations that institutional brokers at investment banks, such as Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) manipulated the market for their own gain.
24.
Saudi Time Bomb? (2001) as Writer
Exploration of the fragile alliance with the ultra-conservative kingdom of Saudi Arabia upon which the United States depends for 15 percent of the country's oil needs.
25.
Medicating Kids (2001) as Writer
Today, millions of American children are being prescribed powerful behavior modifying drugs such as Ritalin, Prozac, Paxil and Zoloft. But are these medications really necessary and safe for young children or merely a harried nation's quick fix for annoying, yet age-appropriate, behavior? The progra
26.
Looking For Answers (2001) as Writer
Examination of the U.S. failure to understand fully the hatred for America among Muslim fundamentalists, and its roots in the U.S. government's support for Israel and for authoritarian regimes in the oil-rich Middle East. Traces the roots of radical Islam's assault on the West, including the attacks
27.
Drug Wars (2000) as Writer
An examination of America's 30-year effort to stop the flow of illegal drugs into the country. The drug wars have absorbed hundreds of billions of dollars, altering the criminal justice system and putting millions of people in jail. Despite the United States' expenditures, the use of heroin, cocaine
28.
Hunting bin Laden (1999) as Writer
Examines America's counter-terrorism command structure and traces the investigation into the 1998 embassy bombings in East Africa. In August 1998, two car bombs exploded simultaneously at United States embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing 268 people and injuring more than 5000. In the days and w
29.
Rage and Betrayal: The Lives of Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols (1996) as Writer
News special examining the events and relationships that shaped the lives of Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols, who are awaiting trial for the deaths of 168 people in the Oklahoma City bombing of April 1995. Their friends, relatives and associates share their thoughts and impressions with Peter Jennings
30.
Inside Gorbachev's USSR With Hedrick Smith (1990) as Writer
A four-part program focusing on the modernization process taking place in the Soviet Union and its effects on the Russian people.

Producer (special)

31.
Dot Con (2002) as Producer
Examination of the financial forces behind the unprecedented rise and seemingly overnight fall of the Internet economy and explores allegations that institutional brokers at investment banks, such as Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) manipulated the market for their own gain.
32.
Target America (2001) as Producer (Bbc)
Documentary examining a long-standing division within the nation's security apparatus about how to deal with the terrorism of Islamic militants that have been targeting America and Americans for decades.
33.
Medicating Kids (2001) as Producer
Today, millions of American children are being prescribed powerful behavior modifying drugs such as Ritalin, Prozac, Paxil and Zoloft. But are these medications really necessary and safe for young children or merely a harried nation's quick fix for annoying, yet age-appropriate, behavior? The progra
34.
Hackers (2001) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
Investigates the role of hackers and reveals how their exploits highlight the profound insecurities of the Internet and the software that drives it. Includes interviews with teenagers, information warriors, security experts, and law enforcement officials to examine a virtual world where many of our
35.
Saudi Time Bomb? (2001) as Producer
Exploration of the fragile alliance with the ultra-conservative kingdom of Saudi Arabia upon which the United States depends for 15 percent of the country's oil needs.
36.
Looking For Answers (2001) as Producer
Examination of the U.S. failure to understand fully the hatred for America among Muslim fundamentalists, and its roots in the U.S. government's support for Israel and for authoritarian regimes in the oil-rich Middle East. Traces the roots of radical Islam's assault on the West, including the attacks
37.
Drug Wars (2000) as Producer; Series Producer
An examination of America's 30-year effort to stop the flow of illegal drugs into the country. The drug wars have absorbed hundreds of billions of dollars, altering the criminal justice system and putting millions of people in jail. Despite the United States' expenditures, the use of heroin, cocaine
38.
Hunting bin Laden (1999) as Producer
Examines America's counter-terrorism command structure and traces the investigation into the 1998 embassy bombings in East Africa. In August 1998, two car bombs exploded simultaneously at United States embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing 268 people and injuring more than 5000. In the days and w
39.
Crash, The (1999) as Senior Producer
Explores the dynamics of the global economy in an era of risk and instability. Leading financial analysts debate the reasons for the crash of August 1998 and predict whether it will be repeated in 1999.
40.
Peter Jennings Reporting: The American Game (1998) as Producer
Peter Jennings follows a Hagerstown, Maryland, Little League team as they pursue a World Series championship.
41.
Peter Jennings Reporting: Pot of Gold (1997) as Producer
News special about growing marijuana in the United States, includes interviews with growers and law enforcement and examines America's underground marijuana economy.
42.
Peter Jennings Reporting: Who Is Tim McVeigh? (1997) as Producer
News special about the life of Tim McVeigh, from childhood through to the bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal Building on April 19, 1995. Includes interviews with close family members and friends as well as an examination of the defense chronology.
43.
Rage and Betrayal: The Lives of Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols (1996) as Producer
News special examining the events and relationships that shaped the lives of Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols, who are awaiting trial for the deaths of 168 people in the Oklahoma City bombing of April 1995. Their friends, relatives and associates share their thoughts and impressions with Peter Jennings
44.
Hiroshima: Why the Bomb Was Dropped (1995) as Senior Producer
Documentary addressing controversial questions surrounding the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan at the end of World War II. Includes interviews with historians and analysis of records left by participants in the decision.
45.
Peter Jennings Reporting: In the Name of God (1995) as Producer
Documentary exploring controversial churches, their forms of worship and their methods for attracting congregations.
46.
After the Velvet Revolution (1994) as Senior Producer (Wgbh)
Documentary chronicling events before, during and after the 1989 revolution in Czechoslovakia.
47.
Secret File on J. Edgar Hoover, The (1993) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
Portrait of the late director of the F.B.I., J. Edgar Hoover, including revelations of his spying on Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy, ties to organized crime, and his homosexuality.
48.
Heartbeat of America, The (1993) as Senior Producer
Documentary examining how General Motors went from being the undisputed number-one car company to suffering a $23.5 billion lost in 1992 -- the biggest corporate loss on record.
49.
L.A. Is Burning: Five Reports From a Divided City (1993) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
Examination of the 1992 Los Angeles riots.
50.
Saddam's Killing Fields (1992) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
This presentation of "Frontline" examines an alleged official Iraqi extermination program aimed at the Kurdish people.
51.
Coming From Japan (1992) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
Examines the rise of the giant Japanese company, the Matshushita Electric Company, and its growing investments in the United States, climaxing in its 1990 purchase of MCA-Universal.
52.
Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill: Public Hearing, Private Pain (1992) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
Examination of the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings and Anita Hill's charges of sexual harassment in the context of the confrontation's impact on African-Americans. the context
53.
Who Is David Duke? (1992) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
This presentation of "Frontline" examines the life and political career of presidential candidate and former member of the Klu Klux Klan, David Duke.
54.
Choice '92, The (1992) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
Examination of the lives and careers of George Bush and Bill Clinton, 1992 Republican and Democratic candidates for U.S. President, respectively.
55.
China After Tiananmen (1992) as Senior Producer
A "Frontline" special report examining how the reshaping of the Soviet Union is affecting Communist China three years after the suppression of the democracy movement in Tiananmen Square.
56.
Who Killed Adam Mann? (1991) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
In this presentation, "Frontline" investigates a case of child abuse in the family of Adam Mann and reveals a documented record -- stretching back seven years -- of how New York City's child welfare system failed to protect Adam and his three brothers.
57.
Innocence Lost (1991) as Senior Producer
A documentary exploring the allegations of child molestation raised against a couple who ran a North Carolina day-care center in 1989. Included are interviews with several of the parents involved.
58.
Don King, Unauthorized (1991) as Senior Producer ("Frontline")
Examination of boxing promotor Don King's life and career.
59.
Inside Gorbachev's USSR With Hedrick Smith (1990) as Executive Producer
A four-part program focusing on the modernization process taking place in the Soviet Union and its effects on the Russian people.
60.
Inside Gorbachev's USSR With Hedrick Smith (1990) as Producer
A four-part program focusing on the modernization process taking place in the Soviet Union and its effects on the Russian people.
61.
Guatemala (1982) as Producer
A historical review of American intervention in Guatemala and in Central America generally, as well as an examination of gross human rights abuses by that country's U.S.-backed government.

Film Production - Main (special)

62.
Seeing Red (2000) as Boom Operator
Coral Atkins, a British soap star of the 1970s, becomes deeply affected by the plight of children from troubled homes. Against considerable odds, Coral harnesses her celebrity to launch a crusade to establish her own home to care for the children. Based on the memoirs of Coral Atkins.
63.
Sharpe II (1995) as Grip
Further adventures of the maverick British rifleman Richard Sharpe; based on the novels of Bernard Cromwell. In the first of three episodes, "Sharpe's Company," Sharpe has been promoted to the rank of captain and must rescue his new-found family from a siege of the French-held fortress of Badajoz. I

Film Production - Main (TV Mini-Series)

64.
Cater Street Hangman, The (1998) as Boom Operator

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