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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Hit Lady (1974) as Director
Yvette Mimieux wrote this story and stars as a professional artist who moonlights (primarily in bikini) as a syndicate killer. Writer Tracy Keenan Wynn made his directorial debut with this movie, working for the first time with his father, Keenan Wynn.

Writer (feature film)

2.
Longest Yard, The (2005) as Source Material (From Original Screenplay: "The Longest Yard")
When former NFL player Paul Crewe is sent to prison, the warden forces him to transform a diverse group of inmates into a football team. Unlikely teammates, the convicts unite when they find out who they are playing: the guards. With the help of fellow inmates Nate Scarborough and Caretaker, Crewe promises the cons a chance to exact revenge in a bone-crushing showdown where anything goes.
3.
Mean Machine (2002) as From Screenplay ("The Longest Yard")
Once a major football hero, but now famously degenerate after seeming to have thrown a crucial international match, Danny Meehan is arrested for drunk driving and assaulting an officer. He is sentenced to prison where he becomes involved in coaching a prisoner's football team. Danny relearns the joy
4.
Carolina Skeletons (1991) as Screenwriter
In 1967, a Marine Corps officer returns from the Vietnam War to his home in rural South Carolina determined to clear his dead brother's name of the murders of two young girls in 1934.
5.
Revenge of Al Capone, The (1989) as Screenwriter
A television movie about the battle between gangster Al Capone and the federal agent who dared to put him behind bars. Through the efforts of FBI agent Michael Rourke, Al Capone is sent to Chicago's Cook County Jail for tax evasion. Capone continues to run his criminal empire from prison and vows re
6.
In The Line Of Duty:The F.B.I. Murders (1988) as Screenwriter
A television movie based on the true 1986 story about two maniacal killers who terrorize the citizens of Miami, Florida, until the FBI tracks them down and confronts them in the most violent shoot-out in FBI history.
7.
The Deep (1977) as Screenwriter
A vacationing couple runs afoul of modern pirates.
8.
Quest, The (1976) as Screenwriter
Two brothers search the western frontier for their sister who was taken away as a child and is living with Indians in this pilot for the short-lived series (1976-77) that is more than faintly reminiscent of the storyline of John Ford's "The Searchers" (1956). Adding distinction to this movie are an
9.
The Drowning Pool (1975) as Screenwriter
A private eye's investigation of an anonymous letter leads to murder.
10.
Autobiography Of Miss Jane Pittman, The (1974) as Screenwriter
Winner of nine Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama of the 1973-74 season, this was one of the most acclaimed TV movies ever, highlighted by Cicely Tyson's Emmy-winning performance as the (fictional) woman who was born into slavery in the 1850s and lived to see the Civil Rights movement a centur
11.
Longest Yard, The (1974) as Screenwriter
Paul Crewe is a former professional quarterback who was ostracized when he was caught shaving points. After beating up his girlfriend and then resisting arrest, he is put in jail. The sadistic warden of the prison taunts Paul into helping his semiprofessional team of guardsmen win a championship game by creating a team of inmates to lose to them. Despite their initial hostility toward Paul for his point shaving, he wins the convicts over and together they form a winning team.
12.
Glass House, The (1972) as Screenwriter
A grim, award-winning portrait of prison life as seen through the eyes of two newcomers -- an idealistic rookie guard (Gulager) and a college professor up for manslaughter (Alda). Tom Gries received an Emmy Award for his direction; Gene Fowler Jr. was nominated for his editing. Filmed in the Utah St
13.
Tribes (1970) as Screenwriter
This social comedy/drama pits a veteran Marine Corps drill instructor against a long-haired hippie who refuses to adapt to the military way of life. Perceptive writing won Emmy Awards for Wynn (son of Keenan, grandson of Ed) and Schwartz.

Producer (feature film)

14.
Carolina Skeletons (1991) as Co-Producer
In 1967, a Marine Corps officer returns from the Vietnam War to his home in rural South Carolina determined to clear his dead brother's name of the murders of two young girls in 1934.
15.
Revenge of Al Capone, The (1989) as Co-Producer
A television movie about the battle between gangster Al Capone and the federal agent who dared to put him behind bars. Through the efforts of FBI agent Michael Rourke, Al Capone is sent to Chicago's Cook County Jail for tax evasion. Capone continues to run his criminal empire from prison and vows re
16.
In The Line Of Duty:The F.B.I. Murders (1988) as Co-Producer
A television movie based on the true 1986 story about two maniacal killers who terrorize the citizens of Miami, Florida, until the FBI tracks them down and confronts them in the most violent shoot-out in FBI history.

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