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Music (feature film)

Return With Honor (1998) as Music Consultant
The compelling and painful stories of American pilots who became prisoners of war during the Vietnam conflict. The film mixes first-person accounts, American news footage, and never before seen footage from the archives of North Vietnam to reveal the horrors of captivity, the brutality of mental/phy
Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday (1993) as Music Editor
Jason finds his match in Creighton Duke, the world-famous bounty hunter of serial killers who entrusts Jason's demise to a young couple with a very personal connection to the killer: their innocent daughter is his final target for terror.
Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992) as Music Editor
"Chappy" Sinclair takes to the unfriendly skies once again, this time to battle a German drug lord in South America.
Jakarta (1989) as Music Editor (Usa)
A CIA agent is on assignment in Jakarta.
Maniac Cop (1988) as Music Editor
A legendary NYPD officer, now dead, rises from the grave to terrorizes Manhattan.
Alamo: 13 Days to Glory, The (1987)
A movie about the small group of Texans who defended the Alamo against attack by Mexican troops. In 1836, a small garrison of 181 men, led by Jim Bowie, Davy Crockett, and commandant Wiliam Travis, vow to fight for Texas independence from Mexico. They are up against a 6000-strong army led by General
Friday the 13th, Part V: A New Beginning (1985) as Music Editor
When Tommy was a child he killed the infamous Jason Voorhees, a detranged murderer who had brutally slaughtered many people over the years. Now a teenager, Tommy is haunted by the fear that Jason might return, and checks into a group home for mentally disturbed young people. Soon after his arrival, Tommy sees one of the other residents being brutally killed by a psychopathic patient. The psychopath is incarcerated, but as residents continue to be killed Tommy becomes a suspect and begins to question his sanity. Teaming up with the grandson of one of the employees, Tommy tries to stay alive and learn the identity of the killer.
Stephen King's Silver Bullet (1985) as Music Editor
A werewolf terrorizes a small town.
Missing in Action (1984) as Music Editor (Philippines)
A U.S. colonel escapes from the Viet Cong, then comes back with a floating arsenal to get others out.
Mystery Mansion (1983) as Music
While Susan and her brother Johnny are staying with their aunt and uncle, they find a map that might lead to a treasure in gold. Susan has been having nightmares about a girl named Rachel who disappeared from a nearby mansion in 1889 when her parents were murdered. When Susan and Johnny become frien
Friday the 13th, Part III (1982)
Jason, a hockey mask wearing, serial murderer wages a diabolical killing spree at a summer camp.
Dead and Buried (1982) as Music Editor
Citizens of a small town believe a series of murders have been committed by the eccentric local coroner.
Mysterious Island Of Beautiful (1979)
An all-male crew of an oil company makes an emergency landing on an island and finds itself at the mercy of a tribe of hostile women programmed to kill all men, in this comic-book level adventure filmed on location in Oahu.
Fear on Trial (1975)
This Emmy-nominated film follows the troubles stalking John Henry Faulk, a folksy, homespun radio-television personality of the early 1950s whose broadcasting career was abruptly cut off during the blacklisting of the era. Retaining attorney Louis Nizer, he went to court and successfully sued for li

Sound (feature film)

Invasion U.S.A. (1985) as Sound Editor Supervisor (Music)
An army of Eastern Bloc mercenaries invade the Southeast US and it's up to a tough loner to bring them down.
Friday the 13th, Part IV: The Final Chapter (1984) as Sound Editor (Music)
Slasher movie fans rejoice! For Jason Voorhees, the scourge of Crystal Lake is back, bringing sheer terror with him. And despite the title, "Friday the 13th - The Final Chapter" (1984) is definitely not the last time Jason finds a way to keep the fear going. He''s actually in seven more movies that follow. Look for Crispen Glover and Corey Feldman in this installment.

Music (special)

Bob Hope: America's Entertainer (1998) as Music Director
Documentary on the life of entertainer Bob Hope.
Pirate Tales (1995) as Music
Special employing live-action evocations to relate the exploits of such legendary pirates as Francis Drake, Henry Morgan, Captain Kidd, Blackbeard, and the Irish "lady pirate," Graneuille as told by the 17th-century pirate William Dampier, played by Roger Daltrey. Also features rare archival materia
Bob Hope: Memories of World War II (1995) as Music Director
Frances Langford, dancer Patty Thomas and Delores Hope join Bob Hope in recalling the armed-forces troop shows during World War II. Also included is rare footage and interviews with GIs and widows.
Laverne & Shirley Reunion, The (1995) as Music
Nostalgic tribute to the situation comedy, "Laverne and Shirley."
Dawn of Humankind, The (1992) as Music
A special examining how molecular biologists are attempting to link modern humans and ancient ancestors by studying DNA.
Insects: The Ruling Class (1992) as Music
Explores insect species and shows how they live, work and communicate.
Soul of Spain, The (1991) as Music Supervisor
A documentary on the variety of life in Spain.
Prisoners of the Brain (1991) as Music
A segment in "The Infinite Voyage" series of documentaries. The program explores the international scientific effort to unlock the secrets of the brain and to understand how chemicals and drugs affect it.
Bali, Masterpiece of the Gods (1990) as Music Supervisor
A documentary that highlights the essence of Balinese life including its culture, religious beliefs, rituals and festivals. A presentation of "National Geographic Specials."
Voices of Leningrad (1990) as Music
A special that focuses on life in Leningrad today. A presentation of "National Geographic Specials."
Serengeti Diary (1989) as Music Supervisor
"Wingers Over the Serengeti" reveals nature's most misunderstood creatures--vultures and other scavengers--as an integral part of Africa's bounty. Were it not for their recycling of the raw elements and left-over carcasses of life, the plains would be an immense graveyard. From the mighty lion to th
Baka: People of the Forest (1989) as Music Supervisor
A "National Geographic Specials" presentation that explores a primitive tribe in a southeast Cameroon rain forest that adheres to a traditional lifestyle. Dependent on their forest surroundings for survival, the Baka Pygmies tap its resources for food, clothing, shelter and medicine -- virtually all
Those Wonderful Dogs (1989) as Music Supervisor
A "National Geographic Specials" presentation which looks at the history of dogs and the role they play in hunting, war, herding, rescue efforts and helping the handicapped.
Elephant (1989) as Music Supervisor
A "National Geographic Specials" presentation which focuses on elephants as beasts of burden, gods, sources of income and show-business amusements. The special also examines how poaching is threatening elephant populations.
Great Dinosaur Hunt, The (1989) as Music
The sixth segment in the quarterly twelve-part science series, "The Infinite Voyage." The documentary follows some of the world's leading paleontologists as they sift through fossil records to develop new theories about dinosaur existence.
With Peter Beard in Africa (1988) as Music Editor
A documentary special recounting the real-life adventures of world-renowned photographer and author Peter Beard as an American living in one of the world's last true frontiers, Africa.
Inside the Soviet Circus (1988) as Music Supervisor
A "National Geographic Specials" presentation which profiles the Soviet Circus. For the first time ever, American producers were permitted behind the scenes of the world's original one-ring circus, providing a glimpse at the lives of its gifted performers. Also included is a look at the renowned M
Australia's Twilight of the Dreamtime (1988) as Music Supervisor
A documentary exploring Australia's Gagudju, a group of Aborigines living in a remote northern corner of the country.
Rivers, The (1988) as Music Supervisor
A documentary telling deeply personal stories about Americans perserving and restoring their "home waters." The program travels across the country to towns and cities where battles are being waged over small but ecologically important rivers.
African Odyssey (1988) as Music Supervisor
A "National Geographic Specials" presentation that follows the adventures of Mark and Delia Owens, an American couple dedicated to conducting conservation research on lions and brown hyenas. Chronicles the events surrounding the couple's eviction from their research camp in Botswana through their se
World's Greatest Stunts: A Tribute to Hollywood's Stuntmen, The (1988) as Music
A follow-up special to ABC's 1987 "The Ultimate Stuntman: A Tribute to Dar Robinson." The program includes clips of great stunts, interviews with celebrities, and profiles of legendary stuntpeople. All proceeds from the special are donated to the Dar Robinson Memorial Stunt Foundation.
House on the Waterfall, The (1988) as Music
A documentary focusing on Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece, Fallingwater, a house designed for the Edgar Kaufman, Sr., family and located on a waterfall on Bear Run in the Laurel Highlands of southwestern Pennsylvania. The program also documents the reunion of three of Wright's apprent
Search For Ancient Americans, The (1988) as Music
The fifth segment in the quarterly twelve-part science series, "The Infinite Voyage." The program looks at the evidence that bands of hunters wandered out of the river valleys of the Siberian Peninsula, crossed the Bering land bridge, and became the first immigrants to North America.
African Odyssey (1988) as Music
A "National Geographic Specials" presentation that follows the adventures of Mark and Delia Owens, an American couple dedicated to conducting conservation research on lions and brown hyenas. Chronicles the events surrounding the couple's eviction from their research camp in Botswana through their se
Geometry of Life (1988) as Music
The fourth episode in the quarterly twelve-part science series, "The Infinite Voyage." This segment examines the stories behind the search to unlock the mysteries of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), which determines the basic characteristics of every living organism on earth.
Fires of the Mind (1988) as Music
The third one-hour segment in the quarterly twelve-part science series, "The Infinite Voyage," explores the mysteries of the human mind and the structure of the human brain.
To the Edge of the Earth (1988) as Music
The second episode in the 12-part series, "Infinite Voyage." "To the Edge of the Earth" explores areas on our planet where volcanos erupt on the ocean floor, exotic life forms thrive in a jungle canopy, and animals seek the refuge of mysterious oases in the cold artic desert.
Happy Anniversary, 007: 25 Years of James Bond (1987) as Music Editor
Roger Moore hosts this tribute to the 25 years of the James Bond film series. Included are clips from fourteen of the seventeen Bond movies and a preview of the upcoming film, "The Living Daylights," starring the new 007, Timothy Dalton.
Grizzlies, The (1987) as Music Supervisor
A "National Geographic Specials" presentation about the plight of the grizzly bear, which number less than 1,000 in the area south of the Canadian border.
In the Shadow of Vesuvius (1987) as Music
A "National Geographic Special" which travels to Pompeii and Herculaneum, sites of the Vesuvian eruption in 79 A.D., and also visits current inhabitants around the bay of Naples who live under the threat of the active volcano.
Unseen Worlds (1987) as Music
Premiere episode of a 12-part series of science and adventure specials running over the next three years, focusing on scientific exploration and discovery. The premiere program, "Unseen Worlds," explores the hidden terrains that range from the surface of an atom to the architecture of the galaxies.
Creatures of the Mangrove (1986) as Music Supervisor
The "National Geographic Specials" documentary visits a tropical mangrove swamp on the tiny island Siarau, off the north coast of Borneo, to explore the teeming life that thrives there.
Secrets Of The Titanic (1986) as Music Supervisor
A documentary which focuses on the R.M.S. Titanic, which sank on April 14, 1912. Starting with a history of the great liner, the program makes use of archival stills and newsreels to show how the ship looked before it set out on its fateful voyage, and compares that to models and underwater videotap
Jerusalem: Within These Walls (1986) as Music Supervisor
A "National Geographic Special" focusing on Jerusalem, offering a kaleidoscopic view of the city's religions, people, and shrines.
Chesapeake Borne (1986) as Music Supervisor
A "National Geographic Special" about the people and the ecology of Chesapeake Bay.
Realm of the Alligator (1986) as Music
The film takes viewers on a journey through the Okefenokee Swamp on the Florida-Georgia border to examine that environment's most formidable inhabitant, the scaly and sinister alligator.
Ballad of the Irish Horse (1985) as Music Supervisor
From sturdy ponies to elegant thoroughbreds, horses are an indelible part of Ireland's history, work, and play. This National Geographic Special takes a lavish, panoramic look at Irish horses and the people who ride them, train them, breed them, trade them, and -- most of all -- love them.
Four Americans in China (1985) as Music
The story of Americans in China, focusing particularly on two young lovers -- one an American teacher named Frances Fremont-Smith, the other her Chinese colleague, Jia Lijun.
Love Those Trains (1984) as Music Supervisor
This National Geographic Special looks at the romance and adventure of trains past and present.
Among the Wild Chimpanzees (1984) as Music
Chimpanzees, and the woman who has studied them in East Africa for more than two decades -- Jane Goodall -- are the focus of this "National Geographic Specials" presentation.
Heroes and Sidekicks -- Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) as Music
The program explores the functions and values of screen heroes and sidekicks in motion pictures and on television.
Prime Times (1983) as Music Supervisor
The program spoofs television -- its past, present, and imagined future via intercutting clips from old series with new sketches.
Classic Creatures: Return of the Jedi (1983) as Incidental Music
The program explores the evolution of the puppets and persons representing various creatures seen in George Lucas' film, "Return of the Jedi."
Polar Bear Alert (1982) as Music Supervisor
This National Geographic documentary special focuses on the largest and most deadly carnivore on Earth, the polar bear. The animal is captured on film during its annual fall migration through the town of Churchill, Manitoba, in northern Canada.
Thames, The (1982) as Music Supervisor
This National Geographic special traces the course of England's greatest river from the Cotswold Hills to the North Sea, and reveals the history of the nation as it relates to the waterway.
Success: It Can Be Yours (1982) as Music
A program that recounts the stories of people who overcame adversity to achieve success.
Gorilla (1981) as Music Supervisor
This National Geographic documentary depicts the efforts of scientists to prevent the shy and retiring gorilla from disappearing into extinction, both in the mountains of Africa and in the world's zoos.
Frank Sinatra Jr. With Family and Friends (1969) as Music Director
Music, songs, and comedy with Frank Sinatra Jr., his family and friends.

Music (TV Mini-Series)


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