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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Music (feature film)

1.
Sideways (2004) as Trumpet
A wine-tasting road trip to salute Jack's final days as a bachelor careens woefully sideways as he and Miles hit the gas en route to mid-life crises. The comically mismatched pair, who share little more than their history and a heady blend of failed potential and fading youth, soon find themselves d
2.
Frame-Up II: The Cover-Up (1992) as Music
A corrupt businessman becomes a murderer and kidnapper when his crimes are uncovered.
3.
Goin' to Chicago (1991) as Music
The story of a failing relationship between two 1960s activists.
4.
Frame Up (1991) as Music
A town sheriff, accompanied by his beautiful assistant, faces a ruthless power broker who holds no regard for the local laws.
5.
Twenty Dollar Star (1991) as Music
A movie star is a prostitute in secret.
6.
Murder By Numbers (1990) as Music
A man, already ill with AIDS, dies under mysterious circumstances.
7.
Body Count (1988) as Music
For summer vacation, a group of college kids explore the Colorado wilderness, where they hear the old legend of a half-man, half-beast in the area. When strange noises in the night suddenly become terrifying reality, the campers soon realize that the legend is all true.
8.
Can You Feel Me Dancing? (1986)
A 19-year-old, blind from birth, struggles to break free from the overly protective grip of her family and friends. Karin Nichols, although blind, is a well-adjusted, independent woman who, however, finds herself smothered by the well-meaning protection of her family. When she meets Richie, who is
9.
Eliminators (1986) as Song ("Eliminators")
A "Mandroid" was constructed by malevolent scientist Abbot Reeves out of the dead body of a downed pilot. After the Mandroid returns from a scouting mission, Reeves gives the orders to have him destroyed. Reeves' assistant Takada attempts to help the Mandroid escape and is killed in the process, but
10.
Eliminators (1986) as Music
A "Mandroid" was constructed by malevolent scientist Abbot Reeves out of the dead body of a downed pilot. After the Mandroid returns from a scouting mission, Reeves gives the orders to have him destroyed. Reeves' assistant Takada attempts to help the Mandroid escape and is killed in the process, but
11.
Girls Just Want To Have Fun (1985) as Music Supervisor Associate
Comedy about a teenage girl who wants to enter a dance contest despite the opposition of her stern father.
12.
Annihilators, The (1985) as Music
13.
Metalstorm: The Destruction Of Jared-Syn (1983)
Originally released in 3-D, this sci-fi opus pits space ranger Dogen (Jeffrey Byron) against a tribe of rampaging desert barbarians led by the evil Jared-Syn (Mike Preston). Co-produced and directed by schlockmeister Charles Band.
14.
Uncommon Valor (1983)
Mitchell Ryan is a fire battalion chief who has the responsibility for saving the hundreds of patients in a Salt Lake City hospital that has been torched by a neurotic with a grudge. Filmed on location as "The Fire at County General", it was a pilot to a prospective series and won a technical Emmy A
15.
One Dark Night (1983) as Music
When an innocent teenage girl moves to a new town, she gets involved with the cool kids, who are a mean group. Before they will accept her as one of their gang, they make her spend a night in a funeral home, unaware that it contains a ghost who wants to kill all of them.
16.
Capture of Grizzly Adams, The (1982)
Inspired by the 1976 feature film, "The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams", the 1977-78 series about the fictional mountain man, played by Dan Haggerty, proved to be a popular family-oriented program -- although not garnering ratings high enough to warrant renewal -- and ended with Grizzly heading for
17.
The Boogens (1982) as Music; Music Director
Four vacationing college students unearth deadly creatures locked up in an abandoned mine.
18.
Nashville Grab (1981)
Country singer Jeff Conaway, giving a concert at a local prison, is kidnapped by a pair of female convicts (Betty Thomas and Mari Gorman) who plan to use him as their ticket out of stir. This free-wheeling comedy, packed with familiar TV faces, was an off-beat entry from the producers and crew of th
19.
California Gold Rush (1981)
Two Bret Harte adventures, "The Luck of Roaring Camp" and "The Outcasts of Poker Flat", are threaded together and related from Harte's point of view, with Robert Hays playing Harte as an aspiring young writer who goes west in the 1840's in search of adventure. Another in the "Classics Illustrated" s
20.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The (1981)
This latest retelling of the escapades of Huck Finn, Tom Sawyer and the runaway slave, Jim, drifting down the Mississippi on a homemade raft, and their encounter with the Duke and his cohort, Dauphin, is given the "Classics Illustrated" touch and was filmed at least two years before its belated TV p
21.
Nashville Grab (1981)
Country singer Jeff Conaway, giving a concert at a local prison, is kidnapped by a pair of female convicts (Betty Thomas and Mari Gorman) who plan to use him as their ticket out of stir. This free-wheeling comedy, packed with familiar TV faces, was an off-beat entry from the producers and crew of th
22.
23.
Encounter With Disaster (1979) as Music; Music Director
Famous natural disasters and accidents are documented. Included are the crash of the Hindenburg, earthquakes in Alaska and Long Beach, California, a horrific, multiple car racing crash at LeMans which killed 82 people, a hurricane and a tornado, the eruption of the Mt. Etna volcano, the collapse of
24.
In Search of Historic Jesus (1979) as Music
The mystery of the Shroud of Turin is examined in this docudrama.
25.
Fall Of The House Of Usher, The (1979)
A "Classics Illustrated" adaptation of the Edgar Allan Poe thriller about a 19th-century New England home--and its inhabitants--disintegrating unnaturally. Sitting around since 1978, this, for the record, was the last of the remaining productions in the once-in-a-while series.
26.
Adventures of Nellie Bly, The (1979)
A "Classics Illustrated" account pioneer female journalist, Nellie Bly, who became a legend through her exposes of corruption and inhumane conditions in New York of the 1880's in "The New York World". Filmed in 1979.
27.
Legend Of Sleepy Hollow, The (1979)
The old Washington Irving literary classic about clumsy schoolteacher Ichabod Crane's encounter with the fabled Headless Horseman in the town of Sleepy Hollow initially premiered, typically, on Halloween night. An entry in NBC's periodic "Classics Illustrated" series, this presentation was framed by
28.
Donner Pass: The Road To Survival (1978)
A "Classics Illustrated" version of American history and the fight waged by a pioneer to save the lives of his family and others in a wagon train who find themselves trapped in deep mountain snows and facing starvation that leads them to (unspecified) cannibalism.
29.
Beyond And Back (1978) as Music
The subjects of the soul and life after death are examined. Near-death experiences of resuscitated patients are re-enacted and the weight of the soul is discussed.
30.
Deerslayer, The (1978)
A "Classics Illustrated" film treatment of Cooper's Leatherstocking Tale of 1841 that has Hawkeye and his blood brother Chingachgook teaming up to rescue a chief's daughter from the hands of her enemies.
31.
Sixth and Main (1977) as Music
Monica Cord is a socialite who is researching a book about the homeless by observing men at the rescue mission in downtown Los Angeles. After becoming interested a one man called John D , she secretly searches his junkyard trailer and finds it filled with handwritten manuscripts. Believing them to h
32.
Last of the Mohicans (1977)
A "Classics Illustrated" version of the adventure tale about the intrepid white hunter who, with two Indian blood brothers, aids a British officer trying to escort two women through hostile territory. The two-hour production subsequently was cut to 90 minutes.
33.
Incredible Rocky Mountain Race, The (1977)
A lighthearted western involving a madcap grudge race from Missouri to California between a young Mark Twain and his long-time rival, Mike Fink, with the aid of a slightly daft Indian.
34.
Lincoln Conspiracy, The (1977) as Music
Sunn Classics "speculative fiction" film proposing a theory that the killer of Abe Lincoln escaped to Canada instead of being tracked down and killed soon after the assassination.
35.
Adventures of Frontier Freemont, The (1976) as Music
A man makes a home in the wilderness and makes friends with the wild animals there. =
36.
It's a Bikini World (1967) as Music
When a female scientist turns down a playboy's pass, he poses as his own brother to win her heart.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

37.
Voices From the Attic (1988) as Archival Research
A group of second generation Americans return to the attic in Poland where their family hid during World War II.

Music (special)

38.
Mysteries of the Ancient World (1994) as Music
Documentary special attempting to shed light on some well-known ancient mysteries, including the Shroud of Turin, the building of the pyramids of Egypt, the predictions of Nostradamus, and the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle.
39.
Incredible Discovery of Noah's Ark, The (1993) as Music
A special that attempts to solve the mystery of Noah's Ark by examining archeological evidence and the viewpoints of scholars and scientists.
40.
Ancient Secrets of the Bible (1992) as Music
A special featuring historic re-enactments, analysis, and commentary from religious scholars and scientists about events depicted in the Bible.
41.
Miracles and Other Wonders (1992) as Music
A re-creation of stories based on strange occurrences that cannot be explained logically.
42.
Konrad (1985) as Music
A two-part "WonderWorks" presentation about a perfect instant child "born" in a factory at age 8. Due to a mistake in the factory's computer, Konrad is delivered to Bertie Bartolotti, a woman whose life and appearance are in a constant state of disarray. Konrad arrives looking like a gremlin, but wh
43.
Johnny Mathis in the Canadian Rockies (1975) as Music Director
A Johnny Mathis songfest set in the wilds of western Canada.

Misc. Crew (special)

44.
Ultimate Weapon: The H-Bomb Dilemma (2000) as Archival Research
In the wake of the destructive power unleashed by the atomic bomb, the physicists who invented the weapon found themselves in an agonizing moral debate over whether or not they should create the more destructive hydrogen bomb. Over thirty individuals recount the moral struggle that they wrestled wit
45.
Nobody's Girls: Five Women of the West (1994) as Film Researcher
Real stories of five women of the Old West (approximately 1860-1915), told in their own words and reenacted by five actresses. Rare photos and early film footage create a base for dramatic portrayals of a Piute Indian scout who made great efforts to help her people during the Bannock War of 1878; a
46.
Stars and Stripes: Hollywood and World War II (1991) as Archive Film Researcher
A special commemorating the 50th anniversaries of the United Services Organization (USO) and the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The program also chronicles Hollywood's support of the Armed Forces and the USO.
47.
Ratlines (1991) as Film Researcher
A documentary focusing on a secret alliance among the United States, America, France, Italy, Britain and the Vatican that allowed ex-Nazi war criminals to evade justice after the end of World War II.
48.
Wild Women Don't Have the Blues (1989) as Archivist (Films)
A documentary focusing on the impact made by a generation of great female blues performers -- Ida Cox, Alberta Hunter, Bessie Smith, Mamie Smith, Sippie Wallace, and others -- who ushered the music, songs, stories, and humor of black Americans into the broader national culture. The special features

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