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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Children Of Times Square, The (1986)
A teenage runaway, seeking excitement and a sense of belonging, becomes part of a highly organized band of young drug dealers, while his mother braves the dangers of the city to keep her son from being swallowed up forever.
2.
Eddie and the Cruisers (1983) as Art Direction
A new album sparks rumors that The Cruisers lead singer might still be alive.
3.
Muggable Mary: Street Cop (1982)
Karen Valentine is real-life New York City policewoman, Mary Glatzle, a jobless divorcee whose young son's congenital medical problem caused her to join the force and tough it out at the police academy before being allowed to prove herself as an undercover cop.
4.
Rivkin: Bounty Hunter (1981)
A New York-based bounty hunter who makes a living chasing and capturing bail jumpers matches wits with a heavily-armed drug dealer in this pilot to a prospective series. Harry Morgan is the kindly priest who lives next door to bounty hunting Ron Leibman and looks after his twelve-year-old wheelchair
5.
Dressed To Kill (1980) as Art Direction
After wife and mother Kate Miller discusses her sexual frustrations with her psychiatrist, she goes to meet her husband at a museum. At the museum, she meets a strange man who she follows to a cab and then has sex with him at his apartment. After the affair, Kate is brutally murdered in the elevato
6.
Going in Style (1979) as Art Direction
Three elderly men decide to better their lot by robbing a bank.
7.
Hex (1972) as Art Direction
Set in rural Nebraska following the First World War, six veterans on motorcycles ride into the sleepy little town of Bingo. The locals are friendly until one of the vets beats a local kid in a drag race, after which the six are driven out of town. After coming upon a small farm, the fugitives are allowed to hide out by the two sisters who run the place. Things go smoothly until one of the vets, after smoking the locoweed growing nearby, tries to rape one of the hosts. Being part Native American, her sister decides to get revenge by casting a hex that steadily does in each of the unwelcome guests.
8.
Glen and Randa (1971) as Art Director
Post-nuke innocents set out across the mountains for the legendary city of Metropolis and the seacoast of Idaho.
9.
Putney Swope (1969) as Art Director
An unexpected member of the executive board of an advertising firm is accidentally put in charge.

Production Designer (feature film)

10.
Firelight (2012)
Led by a devoted counselor, women and girls at a youth correctional facility volunteer to become part of an elite team who battle forest fires, build hiking trails and assist during natural disasters.
11.
Lost Valentine, The (2011)
Television reporter Susan Allison helps a woman find closure years later with her missing-in-action husband from World War II. Along the way, she finds a love of her own.
12.
Holy Joe (1999)
An Episcopalian priest experiences a crisis of faith until a life-altering event makes him believe he witnessed a miracle. Reverend Joe Cass questions his faith and his ability to make a difference in the lives of his parishioners and his family, which includes teenage son David, 5-year-old daughter
13.
Alone in the Neon Jungle (1988)
A police captain is assigned to the most corrupt precinct in the city. When a couple of his cops are arrested for burglary, the chief of police believes that the corruption may involve more than just the two officers. He assigns Captain Janet Hamilton to the command with a mandate to find out how di
14.
Gift of Love: A Christmas Story, The (1983)
Lee Remick is a suburbanite whose Christmas holiday is shattered by the death of her mother (Angela Lansbury, in their first project together since "Anyone Can Whistle," the Stephen Sondheim musical), the failure of her husband's business and the possible collapse of her marriage, and only through a
15.
Living Proof: The Hank Williams Jr. Story (1983)
The story of the country singer's struggle to get out of the shadow of his folk hero father and establish his own identity, with a descent into alcoholism and a fall from a mountaintop, breaking every bone in his body, as part of the price. Taken from Hank Williams, Jr.'s autobiography, this film wa
16.
Drop-out Father (1982)
Successful advertising executive decides to get out of the rat race but the family rebels at the new lifestyle he outlines. He and his youngest daughter leave the suburbs for a Manhattan loft apartment while the rest of the brood -- wife and three kids -- re-evaluate the situation. For his engaging
17.
Sisters (1973) as Production Designer
A small-time reporter tries to convince the police she saw a murder in the apartment across from hers.

Art Director (special)

18.
Liza Minnelli in Sam Found Out: A Triple Play (1988) as Art Direction
A special featuring Liza Minnelli in three one-act plays--a drama (Part 1), a comedy (Part 2), and a musical (Part 3). The phrase "Sam Found Out" acts as the basis for the action of each play. Part one deals with a prostitute who helps the plice get the goods on her sadistic pimp. The second segment

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