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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Three Amigos! (1986) as Director Of Photography
After three silent movie Western stars get fired, they accept a job in Mexico. Lucky Day, Dusty Bottoms and Ned Nederlander will be doing a show with El Guapo, who they hear is the most famous actor in the country. But when they arrive with the expectation of acting with him and earning good money, they find that the man not only is no actor, he is a ruthless gang leader who is terrorizing a small town. After El Guapo kidnaps the mayor's pretty daughter, the hopes of all the townspeople fall to the three actors to save her and restore their freedom.
2.
Gus Brown and Midnight Brewster (1985) as Director Of Photography
Midnight Brewster, a city slicker, and Gus Brown, a country boy, are partners in various hustling schemes. The film depicts the duo's involvement in the Florida Greyhound racing scene.
3.
Once Upon a Family (1980) as Director Of Photography
Another "Kramer vs. Kramer" variation (with two kids instead of one) has Barry Bostwick as a father trying to make it as a single parent when his wife (Maureen Anderman) walks out on him and the children.
4.
Captain America (1979) as Director Of Photography
The legendary comic-strip crimefighter's ex-Marine son takes up where his dad left off, righting wrongs, defending the American ideal and pursuing an arch-criminal who plans to decimate Phoenix with a neutron bomb in this pilot for a proposed series.
5.
Better Late Than Never (1979) as Director Of Photography
A feisty senior citizen (Harold Gould) who refuses to abide by the rules in a stodgy retirement home leads a revolt against the dour head of the house (Tyne Daly). Originally, this one was called "Never Too Young," and its title song was sung by an uncredited Fred Astaire. Then it was retitled "Darn
6.
Islander, The (1978) as Director Of Photography
A mystery-adventure set in Hawaii. This series pilot never got anywhere. It's about a retired mainland lawyer who buys a small Honolulu hotel and finds himself in a murderous situation involving a runaway grand jury witness, a ruthless mobster, and a racket-busting U.S. Senator framed for beating up
7.
Benny & Barney: Las Vegas Undercover (1977) as Director Of Photography
Two undercover cops find their avocation -- a musical act -- helpful in tapping informants on the Las Vegas Strip regarding the alleged kidnapping of a top entertainer. This pilot was for a series that never materialized. Original title (until eve of premiere): "Benny and Barney, The Aristocrats."
8.
Trader Horn (1973) as Cinematographer
An experienced African explorer protects a young widow from wild beasts and hostile natives.
9.
She Lives (1973) as Director Of Photography
Two lonely college students meet through a newspaper ad and share an idyllic love until the girl discovers she has a terminal illness, and the couple begin a frantic search to find a doctor, researcher or anyone who can help them.
10.
Call to Danger (1973) as Director Of Photography
A federal undercover agent recruits a computer-selected jack-of-all-trades in a scheme to rescue a syndicate witness who has been kidnapped and stashed away in a heavily fortified West Coast enclave.
11.
Weekend Nun, The (1972) as Director Of Photography
Drama based on the life of Joyce Duco, with Joanna Pettet as the young nun torn between the reality of her secular job as a daytime juvenile probation officer and the vows she has taken with the Church.

Cinematography (special)

12.
Coach Retrospective: Mary Hart Goes One-on-One With "Coach," The (1994) as Director Of Photography
Coach Hayden Fox accepts an invitation by entertainment reporter Mary Hart to go one-on-one with her and take a look at the highlights of his life during the past six years.
13.
Dad's a Dog (1990) as Director Of Photography
A divorced father from New York moves to Hollywood with his children to star in a television sitcom -- as the voice of a talking dog.

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

14.
Centennial (1978) as Director Of Photography (Part 6)
An epic miniseries about the making of America -- the most ambitious project ever filmed for television -- this filming of James Michener's 1,100-page saga that spanned the decades from the late eighteenth century to the present ended up as a 26 1/2 hour movie irregularly scheduled over four months

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