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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Stunts Unlimited (1980) as Fall Director
A group of Hollywood stunt performers are recruited by former U.S. Intelligence agent Glenn Corbett to retrieve a stolen laser gun from a notorious arms dealer in this pilot to a prospective series. One member of the team, Sam J. Jones, is best remembered for playing "Flash Gordon" in the 1982 movie

Writer (feature film)

2.
Flipper (1996) as From Screenplay ("Flipper" (Usa/1963))
When Sandy Ricks is sent to Coral Key to stay with his salty Uncle Porter for the summer, he never dreamed he'd become best mates with a feisty, orphaned dolphin named Flipper.
3.
Night the Bridge Fell Down, The (1983) as Screenwriter
Movies' "disaster master", Irwin Allen, was the man behind this adventure yarn that strands a group of motorists and fleeing bank robber, Desi Arnaz, Jr., and his girlfriend, Char Fontane, on a bridge that is collapsing because of shifting sands near the pylons. Its unique history is more interestin
4.
Fire (1977) as Screenwriter
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."
5.
Fire! (1977) as Screenwriter
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."
6.
Namu, the Killer Whale (1966) as Screenwriter
A marine biologist nurses a wounded orca and fights to protect it from local fishermen.
7.
Around the World Under the Sea (1966) as Screenwriter
An underwater team circles the globe to test an earthquake warning system.
8.
The Animals (1965) as English vers narr
9.
Rhino! (1964) as Screenwriter
A scientist is forced to join forces with an unscrupulous African hunter.
10.
Flipper (1963) as Screenwriter
A fisherman in the Florida Keys opposes his son's friendship with a dolphin.

Producer (feature film)

11.
Amazing Captain Nemo, The (1978) as Executive In Charge Of Production
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.
12.
Fire! (1977) as Production Executive
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."
13.
Fire (1977) as Production Executive
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."
14.
Fire! (1977) as Executive Producer
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."
15.
Fire (1977) as Executive Producer
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."
16.
Flood! (1976) as Production Executive
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'."
17.
Flood! (1976) as Executive Producer
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'."
18.
Adventures of the Queen (1975) as Production Executive
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.

Sound (feature film)

19.
Beat Street (1984) as Sound Editor
Bronx teens find an outlet to express themselves in the world of hip-hop and breakdancing.

Producer (special)

20.
Return of Captain Nemo, The (1978) as Executive Producer
On March 16, 1877, while searching for the lost kingdom of Atlantis, the submarine Nautilus wedges itself under a coral reef. Unable to free the submarine, its captain, Nemo, suspends himself in a crystalline chamber. One hundred years later, during U.S. Navy war games, divers Tom Franklin and Jim P

Editing (short)

21.
Races to Remember (1956)
This short film highlights some of the previous ten years' best thoroughbred horse races.
22.
Four Minute Fever (1956)
This short film takes a look at races that involve running a mile in under four minutes.

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