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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955) as Reporter
A giant octopus attacks San Francisco.

Producer (feature film)

2.
House on Skull Mountain, The (1974) as Producer
A family is gathered at the estate of a relative who was a voodoo priestess for the reading of her will. While they are there, the butler of the deceased woman uses voodoo to murder them, one by one.

Art Director (feature film)

3.
Matlock: Diary Of A Perfect Murder (1992)
Andy Griffith's portrayal of Ben Matlock, a genial but wily good-old-boy, Harvard-bred lawyer from Georgia, was embraced by critics and enthusiastic audiences (based on high ratings for this film on its premiere) and convinced him to return to series television with the character beginning in the fa
4.
Splash, Too (1988)
A two-part "Disney Sunday Movie" sequel to the feature film "Splash." Alan Bauer persuades mermaid Madison to return to New York to help save the family's failing produce makret business. Madison struggles to become the perfect housewife, but problems develop when Madison is called upon to rescue
5.
Code of Vengeance (1985)
Take "Shane" and have him played by Chuck Norris clone Charles Taylor as a mysterious drifter who helps a young single mother avenge her brother's murder and finds himself the target of bad guys (here a gang of dope smugglers on the Mexican border. This pilot to a prospective series called "Dalton"
6.
Two of a Kind (1982)
In his television dramatic debut, George Burns is a geriatric relegated to a nursing home after his wife's death by son Cliff Robertson, and Robby Benson is his retarded grandson who takes on the task of getting the old man to shake off his lethargy and get back on his feet. James DiPasquale and Dor
7.
Marian Rose White (1982)
Somewhat of a companion story to that of Bill Sackter, whose life Mickey Rooney dramatized in "Bill", this film chronicles the true-life drama of a woman who spent 30 years in a state asylum after being abandoned by her mother at thirteen, thought to be feeble-minded but later discovered to be handi
8.
This Is Kate Bennett... (1982)
In this pilot to a prospective series about the adventures of a TV investigative news reporter and single mother, fictional Kate Bennett finds her life imperiled, along with that of her daughter, when she doggedly pursues the story of a sniper attack on several nurses.
9.
Million Dollar Face, The (1981)
Tony Curtis is the ruthless head of a cosmetics firm, Kiss of Gold, locked in fierce competition with his arch-rival, Glamour, Inc., that happens to be run by his former lover Lee Grant, and finds his company in the grip of a power struggle among his executives (one of whom, unbeknownst to him, is t
10.
Blue Sunshine (1979) as Art Direction
Tainted LSD leads to a series of shocking murders.
11.
Rendezvous Hotel (1979)
"Love Boat" transposed to a posh resort hotel best describes this prospective pilot to a comedy series that ultimately never saw the light of night. The hotel, run by a madcap family headed by Bill Daily (long one of the second bananas on "The Bob Newhart Show") and Jeff J. Redford as his somewhat s
12.
More American Graffiti (1979) as Art Direction
Williams and Howard, now married, are swept up in the anti-war protest movement; LeMat tries to make it as a professional drag racer and woos attractive Swede Bjorn; Clark and Phillips have joined the flower-power scene in San Francisco and are traveling with a band led by Glenn. Smith and Hopkins, meanwhile, are overseas fighting in Vietnam
13.
Flying High (1978)
The pilot movie for the subsequent series dealing with the adventures of three airline stewardesses, fast friends after surviving their training.
14.
Spider Baby (1968) as Art Director
Greedy relatives try to repossess the decaying mansion of an inbred Southern family.
15.
Fever Heat (1968) as Art Director
16.
The Hostage (1966) as Production Design
17.
Beach Ball (1965) as Production Design
A musician attempts to buy instruments for his rock and roll group, the Wigglers.
18.
The Time Travelers (1964) as Art Director
A time travel experiment that was supposed to produce a window into time turns out to be a portal instead. One of the experimenters steps through into a not-too-distant-future world that has been destroyed by nuclear war. Some of the others follow, but then the portal phases out and they can't get back. Things just get worse after that. They run across a rocket that has landed to escape pursuing enemies, bearing scientists who survived the war, and many android "slaves." The time travellers are invited to escape when the ship is again ready to blast off - but just before that happens, the scientits' enemy returns and fires on the sitting-duck ship. A very bad day for the scientists turns terminal at that point, and the 20th-century Earthlings barely escape with their skins.

Art Department (feature film)

19.
The Farmer's Other Daughter (1965) as Set Decoration

Production Designer (feature film)

20.
Stranger Within, The (1990)
When actress Emily Moore escapes from an abduction by a crazed fan, she thinks she deserves a vacation. So it's off to an isolated island with her psychiatrist husband, where more horror awaits.
21.
Ladies, The (1987)
A mother and daughter become reluctant roommates when the mother is facing a divorce.
22.
Return To Mayberry (1986)
A television movie that unites the stars of television's popular series, "The Andy Griffith Show." Andy Taylor returns to Mayberry to run again for sheriff, only to discover that his former deputy, Barney Fife, has also entered the race. Andy and his wife Helen witness the birth of Andy's son Opie's
23.
Baby ... Secret Of The Lost Legend (1985) as Production Designer
While two scientists are on an expedition in the rain forest to find and study fossils they discover some living dinosaurs, two brontosauruses and their hatchling. The scientists intend to protect these creatures, but have fend off a tribe of native warriors and an unprincipled scientist to do so.
24.
High Ice (1980)
A grizzled veteran forest ranger (David Janssen) finds himself in conflict with a decisive but impatient Army Search and Rescue officer (Tony Musante) who does not want to share command of an operation to rescue several stranded weekend climbers from a mountain ledge.

Art Director (special)

25.
Mr. Boogedy (1986) as Art Direction
A joke-playing family arrives in the town of Lucifer Falls to set up a franchise of Gag City, a store specializing in joke items. They get a taste of their own medicine when they find that their new home comes complete with an oddball collection of ghosts and goblins, including one Mr. Boogedy and h
26.
Deacon Street Deer, The (1986) as Art Direction
Bobby Murphy, a lonely boy without friends, attempts to rescue a frightened fawn stolen from its forest home by villainous types as a carnival attraction. The boy and the fawn become attached after Bobby wins the respect of some new friends and an eccentric street vendor, but Bobby must fend off the
27.
Judgment Day (1981) as Art Direction
An unusual story that is set in a celestial courtroom where a deceased person is evaluated for entrance into either Heaven or Hell. Seated before the Judge, the in-limbo soul is placed on trial and Mr. Heavener (representing Heaven) and Mr. Heller (representing Hell) present the good and bad aspects

Art Director (TV Mini-Series)

28.
John Steinbeck's "East of Eden" (1981)
This three-part, eight-hour exploration of the John Steinbeck novel about the Trask family and the women who haunted their lives for two generations covered far more ground than did the 1955 feature film that starred James Dean, Julie Harris and Raymond Massey. Timothy Bottoms and Bruce Boxleitner a

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