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George E. Swink

George E. Swink



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Also Known As: Died: August 22, 2003
Born: Cause of Death: heart ailment
Birth Place: Profession: Post Production ...


Producer (feature film)

Outrage! (1986) as Associate Producer
A father takes justice into his own hands after his daughter has been raped and murdered, and her assailant has gone unpunished through a technicality in the law. The trial of the avenging father creates wide public attention, and puts the state's judicial system on trial.
Memory Of Eva Ryker (1980) as Associate Producer
Natalie Wood plays a dual role in what was to be her last television work, starring as an heiress to a fortune trying to uncover the mysterious death of her mother, who went down with a torpedoed luxury liner during World War II. Ralph Bellamy is her wealthy father who is obsessed with the ship, and
When Time Ran Out (1980) as Associate Producer
A group of tourists are staying in a hotel on a remote Pacific island. When warnings of an impending volcanic eruption are issued, they are advised to wait for a rescue team. But with the lava flowing directly toward the hotel, a small group of guests choose instead to head for higher ground and safety on the other side of the island.
City Beneath The Sea (1971) as Associate Producer
Presumably intended as a follow-up to his successful "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" TV series, this elaborate Irwin Allen pilot has a group of 21st-century colonists inhabiting earth's first underwater city, called Pacifica, and pitting the predictable good guys against various alien forces. In i
The Story of Mankind (1957) as Associate Producer
Satan and the spirit of mankind contend for the future of humanity.

Editing (feature film)

Captain Sindbad (1963) as Film Editor
Sindbad takes on an evil wizard to save the princess he loves.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

The Animal World (1956) as Prod assoc
The Sea Around Us (1953) as Asst to the prod
Documentary based on Rachel Carson's pioneering study of ocean life.

Post Production (feature film)

Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (1979) as Post-Production Supervisor
After "The Poseidon Adventure", in which the ship got flipped over by a tidal wave, the ship drifts bottom-up in the sea. While the passengers are still on board waiting to be rescued, two rivaling salvage parties enter the ship on search for money, gold and a small amount of plutonium.
Amazing Captain Nemo, The (1978) as Post-Production Supervisor
Navy scientists find the legendary Captain Nemo living in suspended animation in his Nautilus on the bottom of the sea. He is revived and soon becomes involved in a war started by the King of Atlantis.
Swarm, The (1978) as Post-Production Supervisor
For years, killer bees from South America have been breeding with their benign cousins in the north and expanding their territory. When entomologist Brad Crane learns that the bees are coming together to form huge swarms, he tries to prevent the military from attacking and worsening the imbalance in nature. Crane and the military ultimately work together to keep the deadly swarm from reaching Houston.
Fire (1977)
A forest fire started by a convict to cover his escape from a road gang threatens to destroy a mountain community. Later (6/11/78) this two-hour movie was cut to ninety minutes and put on TV's first disaster double bill, teamed with Irwin Allen's "Flood."
Viva Knievel! (1977) as Post-Production Supervisor
As the legendary stuntman travels to Mexico to prepare for one of his greatest stunts yet, he takes time out of his schedule to meet his fans, help out lonely orphans, and try to get his alcoholic mechanic to reconcile with his son. While all of this is going on, Evel's main rival is plotting to have Evel killed and then get rich by using the Team Evel 18-wheeler to smuggle cocaine into America.
Fire! (1977)
A forest fire started by a convict to cover his escape from a road gang threatens to destroy a mountain community. Later (6/11/78) this two-hour movie was cut to ninety minutes and put on TV's first disaster double bill, teamed with Irwin Allen's "Flood."
Flood! (1976)
Irwin Allen's first made-for-TV disaster movie follows the course charted by its wide-screen big brothers, only this time it's a small town about to be devastated by a flood when a faulty dam bursts. At a reported cost of $2.5 million, this was, according to network publicity, the most expensive film made to that time for television. A companion Irwin Allen movie called "Fire" was aired several weeks later, and then each was trimmed to ninety minutes and rerun as a TV double bill subsequently. This movie's formal title was "Irwin Allen's Production of 'Flood'."
Adventures of the Queen (1975)
A luxury cruise ship is threatened with destruction -- with all aboard -- as part of a deadly vendetta against a multi-millionaire passenger in true Irwin Allen seagoing disaster style. The liner Queen Mary provided the backdrop for this suspense movie.

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