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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Rockford Files: Murder and Misdemeanors, The (1997) as Director
Jim Rockford becomes entangled in a case incriminating two veteran police officers on vice charges and finds himself harassed by the entire Los Angeles Police Department. As he delves deeper into the case, Rockford finds himself battered and threatened by criminals with long murderous records.
2.
Rockford Files: Godfather Knows Best, The (1996) as Director
Rockford is determined to prove his godson innocent of the murder of a famous fashion designer. Although the evidence is incriminating, Rockford knows in his heart that his godson is not guilty.
3.
Seduced by Evil (1994) as Director
A journalist falls under the spell of a black magic practitioner, a "brujo," who threatens to kill her family and friends if she won't merge with his soul.
4.
Treacherous Crossing (1992) as Director
Set in the late 1940s, an heiress' new husband disappears shortly after embarking on their honeymoon cruise.
5.
Kissing Place, The (1990) as Director
A courageous 10-year-old boy escapes his kidnappers of six-and-a-half years -- a psychopathic woman and her husband accomplice -- in a desperate attempt to find his real mother and uncover his past.
6.
Grand Theft Hotel (1990) as Director
At a jewelers' convention in the Bahamas, B.L. Stryker, Oliver, and Chief McGee try to keep a thief from stealing a priceless necklace.
7.
Coins In The Fountain (1990) as Director
A television movie updating the 1954 film, "Three Coins in the Fountain." Focuses on the romantic adventures of three friends who are vacationing together in Rome.
8.
Royal Gambit (1989) as Director
A childhood friend of Private Investigator B.L. Stryker insists that he serve as her personal protector after she has survived assassination attempts. After dinner aboard the royal yacht, the Queen of Al Jalal, whom Stryker remembers as his childhood playmate, Carolann "Punky" Dunhurst, goes ashore
9.
Auntie Sue (1989) as Director
Detective B.L. Stryker's Auntie Sue has a grand but illegal plan to leave the Sunnydale Retirement Home with two close friends and take up housekeeping in an old mansion that is up for sale. She asks her nephew to make the deal with the real estate people.
10.
Sorry, Wrong Number (1989) as Director
A remake of the 1948 feature film "Sorry, Wrong Number." A bedridden millionaire socialite with a heart condition overhears a telephone conversation between two killers plotting a murder. She learns that her husband is leading a double life as a drug dealer and that she is the intended victim of the
11.
Desert Rats (1988) as Director
Joshua Bodeen is a rowdy rebel who is appointed sheriff of Liberty County, Arizona, after he accidentally foils a bank robbery. As his first official duty, he investigates the suspicious death of his predecessor, and he tries to enlist the help of his deputies -- who are more accumstomed to arrestin

Producer (feature film)

12.
Blade on the Feather (1989) as Executive Producer

Director (special)

13.
Secret Adversary, The (1987) as Director
Adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel about Thomas and Prudence Beresford -- otherwise known as Tommy and Tuppence -- the "partners in crime." When Thomas Beresford is wounded in battle during World War I, Prudence Crowley nurses him back to health. Back in England, they decide to go into business t
14.
Kung Fu: The Next Generation (1987) as Director
A drama about a father and son who combine their lethal expertise in the martial arts as champions of people in dire need. Based on the 1972-75 series "Kung Fu," the program is broadcast as part of the "CBS Summer Playhouse," a pilot anthology which asks viewers to call in votes, deciding the future
15.
Partners in Crime, Series I (1984) as Director
The first in a series of stories concerning an unconventional British couple, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, who become sleuths to escape their boring lives as members of the snobbish clique of London's "beautiful people" of the '20s. Author Agatha Christie wrote each story in the style of rival myst
16.
Why Didn't They Ask Evans? (1981) as Director
A stylish television adaptation of the 1935 whodunit by Agatha Christie. The story follows the efforts of two people, Lady Frances Derwent, and her foil, Bobby Jones, as they attempt to solve the death of a man whose last words to them are "Why didn't they ask Evans?"
17.
Seven Dials Mystery, The (1981) as Director
The story, based on the 1929 novel by Agatha Christie, follows the exploits of Lady Eileen "Bundie" Brent, an amateur sleuth, as she attempts to solve a murder that involves her with a mysterious, secret British society known as the Seven Dials.

Producer (special)

18.
Why Didn't They Ask Evans? (1981) as Executive Producer
A stylish television adaptation of the 1935 whodunit by Agatha Christie. The story follows the efforts of two people, Lady Frances Derwent, and her foil, Bobby Jones, as they attempt to solve the death of a man whose last words to them are "Why didn't they ask Evans?"
19.
Seven Dials Mystery, The (1981) as Executive Producer
The story, based on the 1929 novel by Agatha Christie, follows the exploits of Lady Eileen "Bundie" Brent, an amateur sleuth, as she attempts to solve a murder that involves her with a mysterious, secret British society known as the Seven Dials.

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

20.
Cream in My Coffee (1990) as Executive Producer

Director (TV Mini-Series)

21.
Wild Justice (1993) as Director
22.
Voice Of The Heart (1990) as Director

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