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Director (feature film)

1.
Breaking the Surface: The Greg Louganis Story (1997) as Director
Television movie based on Olympic Gold-medal-winning diver Greg Louganis' autobiography, "Breaking the Surface." The movie chronicles Louganis' tumultuous life; his difficult childhood, close relationships, his success in diving and his courage in dealing with HIV.
2.
Silence of Adultery, The (1995) as Director
A neglected wife and therapist, who teaches autistic children, has an affair with the father of one of her students.
3.
Black Fox: The Price of Peace (1995) as Director
After blaming Britt for his wife's decision to stay with the Native Americans who captured her, an abusive husband organizes a party of vigilantes to accompany him into Indian territory.
4.
Black Fox (1995) as Director
Two "blood" brothers -- one a former plantation owner, the other his former slave and childhood friend -- leave California with their families to settle in Texas, where they hope to find a life free from racial tension. Set in the 1860s.<P>After some of the villagers are kidnapped by Native American
5.
Black Fox: Good Men and Bad (1995) as Director
Britt becomes a U.S. marshal and tries to find his brother when the latter sets out on the trail of the man who killed his wife.
6.
Another Woman (1994) as Director
A restaurant owner must reconstruct her life, her marriage, and her memory following a near-fatal beating.
7.
To Save the Children (1994) as Director
An ex-cop uses a bomb to hold an elementary school full of children and teachers hostage. Based on the book "When Angels Intervene," an account of real events that took place in 1986.
8.
Morning Glory (1993) as Director
A reclusive widow living on a small Georgia farm in the 1940s marries a gentle ex-con, then must fight to save him when he's accused of murdering the sheriff's girlfriend.
9.
Women of Windsor, The (1992) as Director
A movie based on the stories of the two women who married into Britain's House of Windsor, Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.
10.
Love & Murder (1991) as Director
A photographer in the habit of taking pictures of the women next door becomes embroiled in a mystery when one of the women is murdered.
11.
Money (1991) as Director
A young man seeks revenge on the man who robbed his father of millions of dollars.
12.
Personals (1990) as Director
A psychotic killer selects her victims through the personal ads in newspapers.
13.
Man Against The Mob (1989) as Director
Set in Los Angeles in the '40s, a group of tough, honest detectives fight to keep the city free from organized crime.
14.
Final Notice (1989) as Director
A case of library vandalism takes on ominous overtones when clues to a grizzly murder are uncovered. A detective and librarian join forces to ferret out the crazed killer.
15.
Crossing the Mob (1988) as Director
A streetwise teenager thinks the only way he can get out of his inner-city neighborhood is by working for mobsters who control the waterfront -- until he learns that he is the father of an infant boy.
16.
Weekend War (1988) as Director
A television movie about U.S. citizens whose National Guard duty explodes into horrifying guerrilla warfare in a remote jungle region in Honduras.
17.
Rolling Vengeance (1987) as Director
18.
Many Happy Returns (1986) as Director
An average citizen who gets audited by an IRS office tries to meet its quota. The comedy relates the bizarre manner in which the IRS chooses to operate. Before the IRS is finished with their audit, Bud Robinson has had his bank accounts frozen, and his car, shop and house confiscated. To complicate
19.
Young Again (1986) as Director
The wish of a 40-year-old executive to return to the fun-filled high school days of his youth is magically granted. But he forgets that seventeen-year-olds have problems -- especially when it comes to affairs of the heart.
20.
Park Is Mine, The (1985) as Director
An emotionally shattered Vietnam veteran "takes" Central Park and holds it hostage as a protest against the government's indifference to his fellow veterans' plight.
21.
Murder in Space (1985) as Director
The crew of a multi-national space probe is being systematically killed off and the problem faced by ground control, the CIA and the KGB is whether to let the craft land, possibly permitting the killer to escape through political hanky panky, or keep it aloft until the mystery is solved, while the n
22.
Hostage Flight (1985) as Director
A group of American passengers aboard a hijacked domestic flight overthrow the four terrorists holding them captive and judge them for their crime before the plane lands.
23.
Getting Physical (1984) as Director
The world of female bodybuilding provides the backdrop for this tale of an aspiring young actress who initially becomes interested in the sport as a means of self-defense following a physical attack by two men, but then finds that while concentrating on building up her body her relationship with her
24.
Obsessive Love (1984) as Director
A shy, introverted woman imagines herself in a seamy love affair with a television soap star, turns herself into a chic, attractive blonde and insinuates her way into his life, causing him to panic ultimately and try frantically to free himself from her machinations. Star Yvette Mimieux, the co-prod
25.
Draw (1984) as Director
Kirk Douglas is an old-time outlaw who finds himself trapped in a small Western town after a poker game ends in a gunfight and James Coburn is his old nemesis, a former lawman-turned-boozer, who is hired by the townfolk to flush him out. This light-hearted hoss opera was the fifth in HBO's made-for-
26.
Uncommon Love, An (1983) as Director
Recently divorced college professor, Barry Bostwick, becomes attracted to comely student Kathryn Harrold studying marine biology, only to learn that she not only is working her way through school by a job in a massage parlor, but is in fact a prostitute.
27.
Still the Beaver (1983) as Director
This reunion movie, bringing together the cast of TV's legendary "Leave it to Beaver" twenty years later ("in memory of Hugh Beaumont," the father in the original show, who died shortly before this movie was filmed), served as the pilot to a brand new "Beaver" series that began airing on cable TV on
28.
Baby Sister (1983) as Director
Sultry college dropout Phoebe Cates moves in with older sister Pamela Bellwood and proceeds to break up the relationship between the latter and her live-in boyfriend, Ted Wass, with whom baby sister begins a sensuous love affair. Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., is the girls' stern widower father.
29.
Portrait of a Showgirl (1982) as Director
The life and loves of Las Vegas dancers, with Lesley Ann Warren as the recent arrival from New York, fleeing an unhappy affair; Dianne Kay as the naive newcomer, and Rita Moreno (earning an Emmy nomination as Outstanding Supporting Actress) as the chorus line veteran and mother hen. Tony Curtis is M
30.
Forbidden Love (1982) as Director
San Francisco businesswoman, a wealthy divorcee, meets a handsome intern half her age on a ski slope and persuades him to move in with her, but their hot love affair runs afoul of his hard-working parents and her disapproving daughter, only slightly younger than the doctor, in this umpteenth variati
31.
Not Just Another Affair (1982) as Director
A lady marine biologist, determined to save herself until marriage, meets a handsome attorney who is not used to being rejected sexually, and it becomes a battle of wills as to who will emerge the winner in this romantic comedy.
32.
Ambush Murders (1982) as Director
James Brolin replaced Sam Elliott as the dedicated defense attorney at the third trial of a drawn-out murder case against an outspoken black activist who has been accused in the killing of two white policemen. This fictionalized version of a true story was adapted from the book by Ben Bradlee, Jr.
33.
Rona Jaffe's Mazes and Monsters (1982) as Director
Four gifted college students' fantasy game -- a complex, theoretical war strategy played against a medieval background allowing each to assume other identities, plunge into various adventures, and keep from getting killed -- takes an ominous turn. A quartet of young, fairly-new-to-television actors
34.
Devil And Max Devlin, The (1981) as Director
When Max Devlin is killed in a car crash, he goes to hell where he makes a bargain with the Devil. If Max can convince three innocent people to sell him their souls within a two month period, he can go back to earth and resume living his life.
35.
Miracle On Ice (1981) as Director
The story of the 1980 United States Olympic hockey players, a group of amateurs from around the country who were whipped into a cohesive unit by controversial coach Herb Brooks to win a gold medal at Lake Placid during the winter games.
36.
Small Killing, A (1981) as Director
A woman college professor (Jean Simmons) is recruited, against his better judgement, by an undercover cop (Edward Asner) to pose as a bag lady to track down a drug connection following the brutal killing of a skid row crone (Sylvia Sidney).
37.
Portrait of An Escort, The (1980) as Director
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
38.
Anatomy Of A Seduction (1979) as Director
A romantic drama about the love affair between a divorced woman and the college-age son of her best friend, alienating her teenage son who is just a few years younger than her lover.
39.
Young Love, First Love (1979) as Director
A teenage couple of disparate backgrounds experience their first romance. She's a girl from a permissive California family; he's from a conservative midwestern family and has moved in with his sister on the west coast after the death of his parents. Initially, this was called "A Girl and a Boy: The
40.
Fast Friends (1979) as Director
A young divorcee struggles to provide for her young son and make a new life for herself in the backstage jungle of a TV talk show, becoming fast friends with its head writer whose job is to see that its host, a woman-chasing egomaniac, stays at the top of the ratings.
41.
Running (1979) as Director
American marathon runner Michael Andropolis sets his heart on representing his country at the Olympic games. Meanwhile his marriage has fallen apart and his children have no respect for him. He sets out on his task with determination and hope that his success will resolve his personal problems.
42.
Ghost of Flight 401, The (1978) as Director
A supernatural mystery involving an actual plane crash in December 1972 in the Florida Everglades and the subsequent legend growing from it about the recurring presence on other flights of the ghostly figure of its captain. For his photography, Howard R. Schwartz won an Emmy Award nomination.
43.
Getting Married (1978) as Director
Romantic fluff about an aspiring young songwriter, who works in a TV newsroom as an assistant director, and the girl, the station's attractive newscaster, he decides he is going to marry, despite her own plans to wed somebody else in less than a week.
44.
Doctors' Private Lives (1978) as Director
Two famed heart surgeons find their lives in turmoil when personal passions clash with medical ethics in this pilot for a prospective hospital-based series that finally emerged (briefly) in the spring of 1979.
45.
Escape From Bogen County (1977) as Director
A tyrannical political kingpin in the southwest attempts to keep his young wife a virtual prisoner of his power and insane desire to dominate her, stripping her of her human and legal rights.
46.
I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now (1976) as Director
When Jordan Oliver is caught embezzling $250,000 from his father's company, he faces going to jail. His wife Clarice, who is planning to divorce him, will do nothing to help him. So in desperation, Jordan takes out a large insurance policy on Clarice and then hires a hitman to kill her. Learning tha
47.
Kill My Wife Please (1975)
Oliver is in trouble. He's been caught embezzling money from his father's company, and unless he can pay back the $250,000 he took (which he can't), he will be fired from his job, arrested and probably sent to jail. Meanwhile, his rich wife has not only refused to bail him out of this mess, she's planning to divorce him. Desperate, Oliver thinks up a way out. He takes out an insurance policy on his wife with him as the beneficiary, then hires a hit man to kill her. The only problem is that because the doctor who performed the examination is an incompetent fraud, the insurance policy is invalid. Desperate to call off the hit, Oliver tracks down the hit man, only to find that he's subcontracted the killing to another hit man. Tracking down that killer reveals that he, too, has hired it out to a third person, and so on, and so on. Just how many people are trying to kill Oliver's wife?
48.
Harrad Summer, The (1974) as Director
Stanley, Harry, Sheila, and Beth have just completed their first year at Harrad College, the experimental school where sexual freedom is encouraged. The four friends have decided to spend their summer break together, visiting with old friends and spending time with each others families. They quickly

Writer (feature film)

49.
Love & Murder (1991) as Screenwriter
A photographer in the habit of taking pictures of the women next door becomes embroiled in a mystery when one of the women is murdered.
50.
Rolling Vengeance (1987) as Screenwriter
51.
Young Again (1986) as From Story
The wish of a 40-year-old executive to return to the fun-filled high school days of his youth is magically granted. But he forgets that seventeen-year-olds have problems -- especially when it comes to affairs of the heart.
52.
Park Is Mine, The (1985) as Screenwriter
An emotionally shattered Vietnam veteran "takes" Central Park and holds it hostage as a protest against the government's indifference to his fellow veterans' plight.
53.
Devil And Max Devlin, The (1981) as Screenwriter
When Max Devlin is killed in a car crash, he goes to hell where he makes a bargain with the Devil. If Max can convince three innocent people to sell him their souls within a two month period, he can go back to earth and resume living his life.
54.
Running (1979) as Screenwriter
American marathon runner Michael Andropolis sets his heart on representing his country at the Olympic games. Meanwhile his marriage has fallen apart and his children have no respect for him. He sets out on his task with determination and hope that his success will resolve his personal problems.
55.
I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now (1976) as Screenwriter
When Jordan Oliver is caught embezzling $250,000 from his father's company, he faces going to jail. His wife Clarice, who is planning to divorce him, will do nothing to help him. So in desperation, Jordan takes out a large insurance policy on Clarice and then hires a hitman to kill her. Learning tha
56.
Harrad Summer, The (1974) as Screenwriter
Stanley, Harry, Sheila, and Beth have just completed their first year at Harrad College, the experimental school where sexual freedom is encouraged. The four friends have decided to spend their summer break together, visiting with old friends and spending time with each others families. They quickly

Producer (feature film)

57.
Morning Glory (1993) as Producer
A reclusive widow living on a small Georgia farm in the 1940s marries a gentle ex-con, then must fight to save him when he's accused of murdering the sheriff's girlfriend.
58.
Women of Windsor, The (1992) as Producer
A movie based on the stories of the two women who married into Britain's House of Windsor, Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.
59.
Love & Murder (1991) as Producer
A photographer in the habit of taking pictures of the women next door becomes embroiled in a mystery when one of the women is murdered.
60.
Personals (1990) as Executive Producer
A psychotic killer selects her victims through the personal ads in newspapers.
61.
Man Against The Mob (1989) as Producer
Set in Los Angeles in the '40s, a group of tough, honest detectives fight to keep the city free from organized crime.
62.
Weekend War (1988) as Producer
A television movie about U.S. citizens whose National Guard duty explodes into horrifying guerrilla warfare in a remote jungle region in Honduras.
63.
Rolling Vengeance (1987) as Producer
64.
Young Again (1986) as Producer
The wish of a 40-year-old executive to return to the fun-filled high school days of his youth is magically granted. But he forgets that seventeen-year-olds have problems -- especially when it comes to affairs of the heart.
65.
Many Happy Returns (1986) as Producer
An average citizen who gets audited by an IRS office tries to meet its quota. The comedy relates the bizarre manner in which the IRS chooses to operate. Before the IRS is finished with their audit, Bud Robinson has had his bank accounts frozen, and his car, shop and house confiscated. To complicate
66.
Hostage Flight (1985) as Producer
A group of American passengers aboard a hijacked domestic flight overthrow the four terrorists holding them captive and judge them for their crime before the plane lands.
67.
Park Is Mine, The (1985) as Producer
An emotionally shattered Vietnam veteran "takes" Central Park and holds it hostage as a protest against the government's indifference to his fellow veterans' plight.
68.
Murder in Space (1985) as Producer
The crew of a multi-national space probe is being systematically killed off and the problem faced by ground control, the CIA and the KGB is whether to let the craft land, possibly permitting the killer to escape through political hanky panky, or keep it aloft until the mystery is solved, while the n
69.
Still the Beaver (1983) as Producer
This reunion movie, bringing together the cast of TV's legendary "Leave it to Beaver" twenty years later ("in memory of Hugh Beaumont," the father in the original show, who died shortly before this movie was filmed), served as the pilot to a brand new "Beaver" series that began airing on cable TV on
70.
Devil And Max Devlin, The (1981) as Producer
When Max Devlin is killed in a car crash, he goes to hell where he makes a bargain with the Devil. If Max can convince three innocent people to sell him their souls within a two month period, he can go back to earth and resume living his life.
71.
Running (1979) as Producer
American marathon runner Michael Andropolis sets his heart on representing his country at the Olympic games. Meanwhile his marriage has fallen apart and his children have no respect for him. He sets out on his task with determination and hope that his success will resolve his personal problems.
72.
I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now (1976) as Producer
When Jordan Oliver is caught embezzling $250,000 from his father's company, he faces going to jail. His wife Clarice, who is planning to divorce him, will do nothing to help him. So in desperation, Jordan takes out a large insurance policy on Clarice and then hires a hitman to kill her. Learning tha
73.
Harrad Summer, The (1974) as Producer
Stanley, Harry, Sheila, and Beth have just completed their first year at Harrad College, the experimental school where sexual freedom is encouraged. The four friends have decided to spend their summer break together, visiting with old friends and spending time with each others families. They quickly

Director (special)

74.
Camp Grizzly (1980) as Director
Life at Uncle Bernie's Camp Grizzly, a rundown summer camp with decrepit facilities and incompetent counselors. The pilot episode relates Counselor Nick's efforts to win a swimming contest so he can join Missy, the beautiful female counselor, and her girls on a camping trip.

Writer (special)

75.
Glory in Black and White: The Story of the 1966 NCAA Basketball Champions (2002) as Writer
The story of the 1966 NCAA basketball champions. In a time when racial integration was just beginning and black athletes had few choices, the 1966 NCAA Championship game dramatically changed college basketball forever. In the 1960s, civil rights gained momentum, and on March 19, 1966 the NCAA Champi
76.
Bear: The Legend of Coach Paul Bryant, The (2001) as Writer
Documentary about the legendary college football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, beginning with his Depression-poverty roots in Arkansas, to his playing days at Alabama, to his string of head-coaching successes at Maryland, Kentucky, Texas A&M and Alabama, to his death in 1983, just a month after coaching
77.
Pistol Pete: The Life and Times of Pete Maravich (2001) as Writer
Documentary about basketball player Pete Maravich. The legend of "Pistol Pete" Maravich was born on the playgrounds of his youth, extending to the campus of Louisiana State University and culminating in a 10-year NBA career during which he was named one of the League's 50 greatest players of all tim
78.
When It Was a Game III (2000) as Writer
A sequel to the 1991 documentary "When It Was a Game," a look at baseball's "Golden Age," the 1930s to 1950s, and to the 1992 documentary "When It Was a Game II," an examination of some classic moments in baseball from the 1930s to the 1960s.
79.
Fists of Freedom: The Story of the '68 Summer Games (1999) as Writer
Documentary that explores the sociopolitical climate surrounding the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. The program explores the zeitgeist and happenings of the day, including the call by African-American activist professor Harry Edwards for a boycott by the U.S. Olympic team to change the percept
80.
Babe Ruth (1998) as Writer
Documentary exploring the life and career of baseball legend Babe Ruth, debuting on the 50th anniversary of his death.
81.
City Dump: The Story of the 1951 CCNY Basketball Scandal (1998) as Writer
Documentary examining one of the most notorious incidents in college basketball history, when seven members of the City College of New York (CCNY) basketball team conspired with gamblers to fix games over two seasons (1949-51). Includes archival television footage, home movies, and interviews with p
82.
When It Was a Game II (1992) as Writer
Sequel to "When It Was a Game," a documentary featuring rare baseball footage from 1934-1960 as well as readings of classic baseball literature and interviews with Hall of Famers, authors and sportswriters.
83.
Diamonds on the Silver Screen (1992) as Writer
A documentary tracing how the sport of baseball has been depicted in Hollywood films.
84.
When It Was a Game (1991) as Writer
A sports documentary featuring rare footage from baseball's "Golden Age," the 1930s to 1950s.

Producer (special)

85.
Glory in Black and White: The Story of the 1966 NCAA Basketball Champions (2002) as Senior Producer (Black Canyon)
The story of the 1966 NCAA basketball champions. In a time when racial integration was just beginning and black athletes had few choices, the 1966 NCAA Championship game dramatically changed college basketball forever. In the 1960s, civil rights gained momentum, and on March 19, 1966 the NCAA Champi
86.
Bear: The Legend of Coach Paul Bryant, The (2001) as Senior Producer
Documentary about the legendary college football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, beginning with his Depression-poverty roots in Arkansas, to his playing days at Alabama, to his string of head-coaching successes at Maryland, Kentucky, Texas A&M and Alabama, to his death in 1983, just a month after coaching
87.
When It Was a Game III (2000) as Producer
A sequel to the 1991 documentary "When It Was a Game," a look at baseball's "Golden Age," the 1930s to 1950s, and to the 1992 documentary "When It Was a Game II," an examination of some classic moments in baseball from the 1930s to the 1960s.
88.
Fists of Freedom: The Story of the '68 Summer Games (1999) as Producer
Documentary that explores the sociopolitical climate surrounding the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. The program explores the zeitgeist and happenings of the day, including the call by African-American activist professor Harry Edwards for a boycott by the U.S. Olympic team to change the percept
89.
Babe Ruth (1998) as Producer
Documentary exploring the life and career of baseball legend Babe Ruth, debuting on the 50th anniversary of his death.
90.
City Dump: The Story of the 1951 CCNY Basketball Scandal (1998) as Producer
Documentary examining one of the most notorious incidents in college basketball history, when seven members of the City College of New York (CCNY) basketball team conspired with gamblers to fix games over two seasons (1949-51). Includes archival television footage, home movies, and interviews with p
91.
Long Shots: The Life and Times of the American Basketball Association (1997) as Producer
Documentary featuring a combination of home movies, footage from local television station archives and interviews with people involved in the American Basketball Association, which launched in 1967 and merged with the NBA a decade later.
92.
Spirit of the Games (1996) as Producer
Documentary examines the history and evolution of the Olympic Games, taking a close look at the Olympic charter, oath and ideals. Also featured are rare home movies and interviews with Olympic athletes and the oldest known color footage of the Olympic Games from Berlin in 1936.
93.
Diamonds on the Silver Screen (1992) as Producer
A documentary tracing how the sport of baseball has been depicted in Hollywood films.
94.
When It Was a Game II (1992) as Producer (Black Canyon)
Sequel to "When It Was a Game," a documentary featuring rare baseball footage from 1934-1960 as well as readings of classic baseball literature and interviews with Hall of Famers, authors and sportswriters.
95.
When It Was a Game (1991) as Producer (Black Canyon)
A sports documentary featuring rare footage from baseball's "Golden Age," the 1930s to 1950s.

Director (TV Mini-Series)

96.
Not Quite Human (1987) as Director
97.
Undergrads, The (1985) as Director

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

98.
Not Quite Human (1987) as Executive Producer
99.
Undergrads, The (1985) as Producer

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