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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Back When We Were Grownups (2004) as Director Of Photography
A loving widow much put-upon by her demanding family decides to take a step back and concentrate on herself for a while as she ponders how life would have been if she had stayed with her former lover, reconnecting with him in the process
2.
Carpool (1996) as Director Of Photography
Franklin Laszlo is a hapless, henpecked but eager-to-please carnival owner who's taking a one-shot chance at robbery in order to salvage his business and relationship with his young son. Daniel Miller is a compulsive workaholic resentfully stuck driving the neighborhood carpool, including his own two overlooked sons, on the day of a make-or-break presentation at his advertising agency. Their paths cross in the middle of a bungled robbery when Franklin flees the site, taking Daniel and his vanful of kids as hostages and beginning a comic day-long chase.
3.
Brain Donors (1992) as Director Of Photography
Three strange people bilk a rich widow and stage a ballet, in the comedic vein of the Marx Bros.
4.
FX2 - The Deadly Art of Illusion (1991) as Director Of Photography (Los Angeles)
Special effects expert Rollie Tyler comes out of retirement to help his girlfriend's ex-husband, a police officer, track down a psychopathic criminal, but after witnessing an officer's brutal murder he discovers that he's become entangled in an elaborate police double-cross.
5.
Fatal Beauty (1987) as Director Of Photography
Narcotics officer Rita Rizzoli is working on a case involving some cocaine called "Fatal Beauty." A gang has stolen the shipment of the drug that is so unusually pure that it is leaving a trail of dead bodies. Rita teams up with Mike, who is employed by the original owner of the cocaine to help track the thieves down before anyone else dies.
6.
Summer School (1987) as Director Of Photography
A laid-back teacher discovers that he has as much to learn as his misfit students.
7.
Outrageous Fortune (1987) as Director Of Photography
Proper, refined Lauren and loud, brash Sandy meet in an acting class and immediately dislike each other. Soon after starting the class, they each start seeing someone, unaware that it is the same man, Michael Sanders. They find this out when Michael disappears, supposedly having been killed in an explosion. But the women begin to believe that Michael has faked his death and form an alliance in order to find him and make him chose between them. During their cross-country search, they are chased by CIA agents and Russian assassins, and when they do find their boyfriend, he tries to kill them. They find out that Michael is a double agent, working for the CIA and the KGB, and is on the run from both after stealing a dangerous bio-weapon and a large amount of money. Michael eventually takes Lauren hostage, but she escapes, and by the time the whole ordeal is over, Lauren and Sandy have become genuine friends.
8.
My Science Project (1985) as Director Of Photography
A group of high-school kids uncover a mysterious devide that can transport them into diffent time warps.
9.
Unfaithfully Yours (1984) as Director Of Photography
10.
Johnny Dangerously (1984) as Director Of Photography
11.
Country (1984) as Director Of Photography
A midwestern farm family struggles to stay together when the government attempts to foreclose on their loan and take their land away.
12.
Teachers (1984) as Director Of Photography
A burned-out instructor at an overcrowded high school is convinced by a rebellious student and an idealistic lawyer to join the fight for quality education.
13.
Romantic Comedy (1983) as Director Of Photography
Dudley Moore, Mary Steenburgen, Frances Sternhagen, Janet Eilber, Robyn Douglass, Ron Leibman. Based on the play by Bernard Slade (author of SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR), this lightweight comedy traces the personal and professional lives of two writing partners over the years
14.
Max Dugan Returns (1983) as Director Of Photography
Max Dugan is an elderly ne'er-do-well whose tenuous mob connections have made him persona non grata with his daughter Norma McPhee. Struggling to raise her restless son Michael on her own, Norma is none too pleased when Max returns to the family fold with yet another portfolio of get-rich-quick sche
15.
Making Love (1982) as Director Of Photography
Claire and Zack have been happily married for eight years. She is a successful TV executive, and he's a prominent doctor. They share a consuming passion for the music of Gilbert & Sullivan, are sexually faithful to each other, and have just bought a dream house. But something alarming is eating away
16.
I Ought to Be in Pictures (1982) as Director Of Photography
A has-been Hollywood writer is suddenly confronted with his family whom he had abandoned many years before.
17.
Only When I Laugh (1981) as Director Of Photography
An alcoholic actress fights to come back while trying to raise her teen daughter.
18.
Private Benjamin (1980) as Director Of Photography
A spoiled rich girl joins the Army and changes her life.
19.
Seems Like Old Times (1980) as Director Of Photography
A liberal lady lawyer tries to hide her ex-husband when he's wrongly accused of bank robbery.
20.
Hero At Large (1980) as Director Of Photography
Steve is a struggling actor who gets a job dressing up as the comic book hero Captain Avenger for appearances at book stores and conventions. While in costume, Steve manages to stop a grocery store hold-up, and because he leaves as soon as the police arrive, witnesses take his modest behavior as proof that he is an actual superhero. When the mayor of the city politicizes the situation to help him win the next election, the public turns against Captain Avenger. But after Steve rescues several people from a fire while wearing his street clothes, he becomes a real hero.
21.
Chapter Two (1979) as Director Of Photography
A widower risks his heart when he's drawn to a young actress.
22.
The In-Laws (1979) as Director Of Photography
The father of the groom drags the bride's father into a series of madcap adventures.
23.
Just You And Me, Kid (1979) as Director Of Photography
A retired entertainer helps a runaway elude drug dealers.
24.
House Calls (1978) as Director Of Photography
Charley is a surgeon who's recently lost his wife; he embarks on a tragicomic romantic quest with one woman after another until he meets up with Ann, a singular woman, closer to his own age, who immediately and unexpectedly captures his heart.
25.
Foul Play (1978) as Director Of Photography
An innocent woman stumbles onto a plot to murder the pope.
26.
California Suite (1978) as Director Of Photography
Four sets of guests at a posh hotel face personal crises.
27.
Never Con a Killer (1977) as Director Of Photography
In this movie pilot, shown some time after "The Feather and Father Gang" series came and went in the spring of 1977, detective Powers and con-man dad Gould team up to outwit Runyonesque horseplayer Forsythe.
28.
Scott Joplin (1977) as Director Of Photography
The life story of famed ragtime composer and pianist Scott Joplin is told. Born in the 19th century, racism had kept the brilliant African American in the lower echelons of show business, but when he introduced his composition "The Maple Leaf Rag" in a musical competition, he gained the attention of
29.
The Goodbye Girl (1977) as Director Of Photography
A dancer discovers her runaway boyfriend has sublet her apartment to an aspiring actor.
30.
Rollercoaster (1977) as Director Of Photography
A terrorist spreads a climate of fear by attacking amusement parks across the U.S.
31.
Silver Streak (1976) as Director Of Photography
A book editor takes a train from Los Angeles to Chicago, looking forward to a restful trip. During the journey, he has a love affair, witnesses a murder, is accused of committing it himself by an undercover FBI agent, becomes the target of the real murderer and enlists the help of a car thief to help him save himself and his new girlfriend.
32.
Woman Of The Year (1976) as Director Of Photography
This sophisticated comedy, a remake of the 1942 classic that teamed Tracy and Hepburn for the first time, is about the offbeat romance and stormy marriage of a nonchalant sportswriter and a sophisticated international reporter who work on the same newspaper.
33.
Street Killing (1976) as Director Of Photography
In a pilot for a prospective series, Andy Griffith is cast against type in this crime drama as a prosecutor for the New York District Attorney's Office who connects a street mugging and murder to an organized crime chief and a crooked politician.
34.
W.C. Fields and Me (1976) as Director Of Photography
The relationship between the iconic comedian W.C. Fields and his mistress Carlotta Monti is dramatized.
35.
Murder By Death (1976) as Director Of Photography
A criminal madman invites the world's greatest detectives for a night of dinner and murder.
36.
My Father's House (1975) as Director Of Photography
A drama about a heart attack patient, a busy, highly paid executive who reflects upon his happy childhood and the way he was brought up in a simpler age. Although playing father and son, Preston and Robertson, sharing star billing, never appear together in this film.
37.
Whiffs (1975) as Director Of Photography
An Army private volunteers to be the subject of biological and chemical weaponry experiments. When the effects force him into early retirement from the military, he turns to a new career, using the experimental gases to help him rob banks.
38.
The Sunshine Boys (1975) as Director Of Photography
A feuding comedy team reunites for a television comeback.
39.
Queen of the Stardust Ballroom (1975) as Director Of Photography
A striking, Emmy Award-winning drama with music about a suddenly widowed housewife who finds that her acute problems are loneliness and the well-meaning attempts at comfort by her family and friends. She discovers a new life and companionship at a local ballroom where she meets a married mailman who
40.
Other Side of the Mountain (1975) as Director Of Photography
Based on the true story of Jill Kinmont. In 1955, eighteen-year-old Jill is a truly talented, gifted skier and a shoo-in for the 1956 Winter Olympics. But Jill comes close to losing everything when she takes a near fatal fall off a mountain during the last race of the season. Paralyzed from the shoulders down, Jill now has to climb another kind of mountain-working her way up from total helplessness to leading a fulfilling life. With the help of family, friends, and an extraordinary man, Jill begins the quest up that mountain.
41.
Born Innocent (1974) as Director Of Photography
A sensationally promoted juvenile delinquency film about a fourteen-year-old girl's struggles to adjust after being sent to a tough detention home. A graphic sequence depicting a broom-handle rape of Linda Blair (in her TV-movie debut) subsequently was deleted but made the film the focal point of a
42.
Crazy World of Julius Vrooder, The (1974) as Director Of Photography
After returning home, a Vietnam veteran lives in the psychiatric ward on the V.A. hospital, because he cannot cope with the craziness of the world.
43.
Tell Me Where It Hurts (1974) as Director Of Photography
A housewife, increasingly disenchanted with her homemaker role, searches for new meaning in her life and organizes a discussion group, changing the lives of her six closest friends. Fay Kanin was awarded an Emmy for her original teleplay.
44.
Laughing Policeman, The (1973) as Director Of Photography
A policeman is among the victims when the passengers of a late-night bus are machine-gunned. With only one semi- conscious survivor and no other witnesses, the detectives try to learn from the identities of the dead why this happened and who the killer could be. Climax includes excellent chase.
45.
Sleeper (1973) as Director Of Photography
After awaking from cryogenic suspension, a '70s man gets mixed up with a future revolution.
46.
Brand New Life, A (1973) as Director Of Photography
Cloris Leachman won one of her assortment of Emmy Awards for her performance in this melodrama centering on a middle-aged couple's reaction to the prospect of their first child after eighteen years of marriage.
47.
Ace Eli And Rodger Of The Skies (1973) as Director Of Photography
The story of Ace Eli Walford, a 1920s stunt flyer who barnstorms around the country, taking his eleven-year-old son Rodger with him as he goes from town to town.
48.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) as Director Of Photography
Long-legged, kung fu-kicking temptress, Special Agent Cleopatra Jones, is out to rid the ghetto of the dope-dealing queenpin "Mommy."
49.
"Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex"* but Were Afraid to Ask (1972) as Director of Photography
In a series of vignettes, Woody Allen reveals the fools we all become in the name of sex.
50.
Cactus in the Snow (1972) as Director of Photography
51.
Corky (1972) as Director of Photography
An arrogant stock-car racer ignores his family.
52.
Suddenly Single (1971) as Director Of Photography
A bittersweet tale of a newly divorced man trying to find a place for himself in the world of swinging singles.
53.
A Gunfight (1971) as Director of Photography
Two aging gunfighters sell tickets to their final shootout.
54.
I Walk the Line (1970) as Director of Photography
A Southern sheriff risks his life when he falls for a moonshiner's daughter.
55.
Monte Walsh (1970) as Director of Photography
An aging cowboy faces changes in the West with the rise of civilization.
56.
Paint Your Wagon (1969) as Camera Operator
Two California miners share a gold claim and a wife.
57.
Hour of the Gun (1967) as Camera Operator
Wyatt Earp tracks down the survivors of the Clanton Gang after the gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
58.
The President's Analyst (1967) as Camera Operator
A psychiatrist treating the president becomes a pawn in international espionage.
59.
The Hallelujah Trail (1965) as Assistant Camera
Indians, soldiers and temperance women fight to control a wagon train hauling whiskey across the West.
60.
Wives and Lovers (1963) as Asst cam op
A married couple, just barely getting by, has their luck change drastically when the husband finally pens a best-selling novel. But, the "nouveau riche" life becomes less than pleasurable for the wife when the husband becomes a womanizer.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

61.
What About Bob? (1991) as Additional Photography
An insecure mental patient horns in on his psychiatrist's family vacation.
62.
Stella (1990) as Additional Photography
Drama of a mother's love and self-sacrifice for her daughter.

Cinematography (special)

63.
Private Debts (1993) as Director Of Photography
When a man embezzles money from the farmer's co-op in a small town, his wife sets out to repay the debt.

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