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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Writer (feature film)

1.
Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt (2012)
The chief is back on the job. When a shocking double homicide rocks the quiet town of Paradise, Stone is forced back into action.
2.
Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost (2011)
Jesse Stone tries to prove the innocence of a man he feels is wrongly accused of murder while also obsessing over the death of a young girl in town.
3.
Jesse Stone: No Remorse (2010)
Former police chief Jesse Stone moonlights to investigate a string of murders in Boston that point to the city's most notorious crime boss.
4.
Jesse Stone: Thin Ice (2009)
Based on the 5th installment of the Robert B. Parker novels. Jesse Stone finds his job in jeopardy after the attempted murder of the State Police Captain.
5.
Jesse Stone: Death in Paradise (2006)
Based on the novel by Robert B. Parker, small town sheriff Jesse Stone tackles the mysterious murder of a teenage girl and the case of a battered wife while struggling with his alcoholism, his ex-wife and his disastrous love life. The teenage girl's murder leads him to a sex trafficking ring and int
6.
Robert B. Parker's Stone Cold (2005)
As police chief on Boston's North Shore, Jesse Stone investigates a serial killer while also dealing with his own inner demons, alcohol addiction, and womanizing ways.
7.
Monte Walsh (2003) as Teleplay
An aging cowboy realizes that the West is changing and fights to keep his piece of it alive. Facing the death of an era as the age of technology invades his old-school cowboy ways at the turn of the 20th century, Monte Walsh must change with the times or die defending his way of life.

Producer (feature film)

8.
Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt (2012)
The chief is back on the job. When a shocking double homicide rocks the quiet town of Paradise, Stone is forced back into action.
9.
Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost (2011)
Jesse Stone tries to prove the innocence of a man he feels is wrongly accused of murder while also obsessing over the death of a young girl in town.
10.
Jesse Stone: No Remorse (2010)
Former police chief Jesse Stone moonlights to investigate a string of murders in Boston that point to the city's most notorious crime boss.
11.
Jesse Stone: Thin Ice (2009)
Based on the 5th installment of the Robert B. Parker novels. Jesse Stone finds his job in jeopardy after the attempted murder of the State Police Captain.
12.
Jesse Stone: Sea Change (2007)
Small town police chief Jesse Stone investigates a six-year old murder of a bank teller, a rape case and a vengeful brother to a dead mobster.
13.
Sex and Breakfast (2007)
Meet James and Heather. Their relationship isn't working. A cold distance has grown between them and their intimate moments feel forced. Heather is a take-charge problem solver who sometimes gets too carried away for her own good. She's determined to make her relationship with James work, even if it
14.
Jesse Stone: Death in Paradise (2006)
Based on the novel by Robert B. Parker, small town sheriff Jesse Stone tackles the mysterious murder of a teenage girl and the case of a battered wife while struggling with his alcoholism, his ex-wife and his disastrous love life. The teenage girl's murder leads him to a sex trafficking ring and int
15.
Jesse Stone: Night Passage (2006)
In his first days as the new police chief of a small New England town, Jesse Stone investigates a domestic abuse case that ends up leading to a money laundering scheme perpetuated by a manager of a local bank.
16.
Robert B. Parker's Stone Cold (2005)
As police chief on Boston's North Shore, Jesse Stone investigates a serial killer while also dealing with his own inner demons, alcohol addiction, and womanizing ways.
17.
Monte Walsh (2003) as Executive Producer
An aging cowboy realizes that the West is changing and fights to keep his piece of it alive. Facing the death of an era as the age of technology invades his old-school cowboy ways at the turn of the 20th century, Monte Walsh must change with the times or die defending his way of life.
18.
Crossfire Trail (2001) as Executive Producer
Rafe Covington is a restless wanderer who promises a dying friend that he will look after his widow in Wyoming. When Rafe and his two traveling companions arrive at Long Valley, his late friend's ranch, oil has been discovered and the small Wyoming town is terrorized by a conniving land owner and hi
19.
Via Dolorosa (1999) as Executive Producer
A filmed version of the Broadway production of playwright David Hare's acclaimed one-man play, which describes an Englishman's journey to Israel and his interactions with the inhabitants of the holy land.
20.
Last Stand at Saber River (1997) as Executive Producer
When he returns to his Arizona homestead after the Civil War, an ex-Confederate soldier must fight against Union supporters who lay claim to his land.
21.
Horton Foote's Alone (1997) as Executive Producer
Farmer and recent widower John Webb is suddenly offered money for the mineral rights to his land by a Texas oil man. Webb's nephews, Carl and Gus, Jr., become excited by the proposition since they own 50% of the land's mineral rights after receiving an earlier inheritance from their father. The neph
22.
Heidi Chronicles, The (1995) as Executive Producer
The story of Heidi Holland follows the title character from a high school dance in 1965 through the present day, exploring her personal relationships, her feminist awakening and her successful professional career. Along the way she is supported by her best friend and loved by a man who cannot commit. Heidi's story speaks to everyone who has lived and grown and knows the joy and pain of the process.
23.
Arthur Miller's American Clock (1993) as Executive Producer
An adaptation of Arthur Miller's play, "The American Clock," about the effects the Great Depression has on one middle-class family.
24.
Percy and Thunder - Part 2 (1993)
Percy is a crafty, ornery fight trainer who could have been a contender. Thunder is the up-and-coming middleweight boxer he trains. Together they maintain their integrity and resist corruption, even when dealing with a slick, all-powerful Don King-like promoter.
25.
Cooperstown (1993) as Executive Producer
A retired baseball player reflects on the mistakes and problems of the past 35 years when he is overlooked for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
26.
Percy and Thunder (1993) as Executive Producer
A young black fighter and his veteran trainer are pitted against big-money boxing's bureaucracy of influence and greed.
27.
Percy and Thunder - Part 1 (1993)
Percy is a crafty, ornery fight trainer who could have been a contender. Thunder is the up-and-coming middleweight boxer he trains. Together they maintain their integrity and resist corruption, even when dealing with a slick, all-powerful Don King-like promoter.
28.
Heart Of Justice (1993) as Executive Producer
While investigating a society murder, a reporter becomes a pawn for the manipulative woman who precipitated the crime.
29.
Golden Gate (1993) as Producer
Set from the Cold War in the 1950s to the 1970s, the story concerns the FBI's attempts to expose Chinese-American communist infiltrators and the love affair between an FBI agent and a Chinese-American woman whose father he wronged.
30.
Horton Foote's The Habitation of Dragons (1992) as Executive Producer
An adaptation of a play by Horton Foote about a Southern family in the 1930s facing threats from local politics, a drowning accident and the scandal of an extramarital affair.
31.
Neil Simon's Broadway Bound (1992) as Executive Producer
Based on the original play by Neil Simon, the story traces the attempts of Eugene and Stan Jerome's attempts to break into show business as comedy writers in the 1950s.
32.
Water Engine, The (1992) as Executive Producer
A television movie set during the Depression, about a genius inventor who revolutionizes manufacturing technology only to discover the dark side of American big business bent on preserving the status quo.
33.
Vigilante Cop (1991) as Executive Producer
A television movie based on a true story. Two San Antonio police officers who were once best friends find themselves on opposite sides of the law when one of them engages in vigilante justice.
34.
Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead (1990) as Producer
The comedic adventures of two minor characters from "Hamlet."
35.
As Is (1986) as Executive Producer
An adaptation of William M. Hoffman's critically lauded 1985 play about Rich, a successful young man who learns that he is stricken with AIDS. When his lover leaves him, his former lover returns to care for him. The play utilizes frequent soliloquies to reveal the emotions of the drama's participant

Writer (special)

36.
Noonday Show, The (1975) as Writer
A daily program of news, music, and comedy.

Producer (special)

37.
Passion (1996) as Executive Producer
A telecast of a performance of the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical "Passion." Set in 19th century Italy, it depicts the relationship between a sensitive, young army captain and two women: one is beautiful, sensuous and content to live for the moments of passion in their affair; the other is ai
38.
Heidi (1995) as Executive Producer
The story of Heidi Holland follows the title character from a high school dance in 1965 through the present day, exploring her personal relationships, her feminist awakening and her successful professional career. Along the way she is supported by her best friend and loved by a man who cannot commit
39.
Into the Woods (1991) as Executive Producer
A telecast of a performance of the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical. The play links fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm, including Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, and Cinderella. The musical shows what might have happened after the "happily ever after" endings. Includes
40.
Our Town (1989) as Producer
A performance of the 1989 Broadway revival of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about life in a small New England town at the turn of the century.
41.
I Never Sang For My Father (1988) as Executive Producer
An "American Playhouse" presentation of Robert Anderson's autobiographical play about the evolving relationship between an iron-willed, domineering father and the grown son who desperately wants to love him.
42.
House of Blue Leaves, The (1987) as Executive Producer
An "American Playhouse" presentation of John Guare's comedy/drama set in Queens at the time of a papal visit. The production is that of the Lincoln Center Theatre Company which moved to Broadway, where it was taped at the evening performance at the Plymouth Theater on 1/29/87. Guare's play was origi
43.
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1987) as Executive Producer
Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the tragic Tyrone family, presented in a controversial production by Jonathan Miller. Under Miller's direction, the characters interrupt each other much like normal conversation, thereby both shortening and dramatically heightening the action. The p
44.
All My Sons (1987) as Executive Producer
An adaptation of Arthur Miller's 1947 play about a family in turmoil because of the father's dishonesty and compromise. Joe Keller was a war profiteer and his partner went to jail for selling defective parts to the Army while Joe was absolved. Joe's older son was killed in the war, yet Kate Keller,
45.
Sunday in the Park With George (1986) as Executive Producer
A musical inspired by the painting "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grande Jatte," and based loosely on the life of its creator, French Neo-Impressionist painter, Georges Seurat (1859-1891), and the characters depicted in the painting. The program was taped at the Booth Theatre, on Broadway.
46.
Grown Ups (1985) as Executive Producer
Jake, a successful journalist, has difficulties living up to the expectations of his family. He struggles to re-define his life as he attempts to cope unsuccessfully with his troubled wife, his demanding child, his parents, and his sister at a family reunion.
47.
Pajama Tops (1983) as Producer
The story, set in a villa in Deauville, France, follows the misadventures of George Chauvinet, the man of the house, as he struggles to conceal the presence of his mistress, the Parisian bombshell Babette Latouche, from his unsuspecting wife Yvonne.
48.
Blockheads (1982) as Executive Producer
Performances by top ventriloquists are featured in this comedy special.
49.
Barefoot in the Park (1982) as Producer
A television adaptation of the Neil Simon play about the trials and tribulations of a young newlywed couple struggling to make a life for themselves in New York City.
50.
Here It Is, Burlesque! (1980) as Producer
A musical comedy history of burlesque.

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

51.
Walking Shadow (2001) as Executive Producer
52.
Thin Air: A Spenser Mystery (2000) as Executive Producer
53.
Small Vices (1999) as Executive Producer

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