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Also Known As: Died: March 31, 1989
Born: April 12, 1917 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: Art Department ...


Art Department (feature film)

10 (1979) as Set Decorator
George is a middle-aged songwriter who feels that his life has become boring. He becomes obsessed with a girl called Jenny, and follows her to Mexico without her knowledge. In Mexico, George saves the life of Jenny's fiancee and is able to finally meet her. However, he realises that he is too shy and set in his ways to have an affair with her, and that Jenny is not exactly who he thought she was.
Lady of the House (1978)
A dramatization of the life of the flamboyant San Francisco madam of the 1930s and 1940s who retired in 1950 to open a restaurant in Sausalito, California, despite local opposition, and who became the town's mayor from 1976 to 1978.
Sextette (1978) as Set Decorator
Marlo Manners is enjoying her honeymoon with Sir Michael Barrington, husband number 6. As luck would have it, an international conference is taking place in the same hotel and the Russian delegate (one of Marlo's former husbands) is threatening to derail the negotiations unless he can have one more fling with his ex. Adding to the complications is a tape Marlo has made detailing all of her affairs and scandals, which her manager is desperately trying (and failing) to destroy.
Beyond Reason (1977) as Set Decorator
When a successful psychiatrist begins to lose touch with reality, he begins having an affair with one of his patients.
Sheila Levine Is Dead and Living in New York (1975) as Set Decorator
Painfully shy Sheila Levine moves from Pennsylvania to New York City where she shares an apartment with an extroverted, socially active roommate. When Sheila goes to a nightclub with her roommate, she meets Sam, a doctor who is looking for a one-night stand. She is very attracted to Sam, but he is
Barbary Coast, The (1975)
A government undercover agent and the dashing owner of a boomtown San Francisco casino team up to expose an elaborate extortion plot devised by a Confederate Army officer in this pilot for the short-lived (late 1975) series that bore a striking resemblance to the fondly-remembered "Wild, Wild West."
Last Day, The (1975)
A trim A. C. Lyles Western (like the type he made in the 1960s with a stellar cast of veteran actors) that has the Dalton gang riding again, forcing a retired gunman to use his weapons once more to put and end to the Daltons' reign of terror in the climactic battle at Coffeyville, Kansas.
Bug (1975) as Set Decorator
An earthquake releases a strain of mutant cockroaches with the ability to start fires, which proceed to cause destructive chaos in a small town. The studies carried out by scientist James Parmiter, however, reveal an intent with much more far-reaching consequences.
The Parallax View (1974) as Set Decorator
A reporter uncovers the deadly conspiracy behind a political assassination.
Lady Sings the Blues (1972) as Set Decoration
Billie Holliday fights drug addiction to make a name for herself as a jazz singer.
Plaza Suite (1971) as Set Decoration
A New York hotel room is the setting for three stories of romantic squabbles.
Wild Rovers (1971) as Set Decoration
An aging cowboy joins up with a beginner to rob banks.
Star Spangled Girl (1971) as Set Decoration
Darling Lili (1970) as Set Decoration
A World War I flyer falls for a beautiful enemy spy.
Myra Breckinridge (1970) as Set Decoration
The Party (1968) as Set Decoration
An Indian actor turns a swank Hollywood party into a disaster.
Gunn (1967) as Set Decoration
Waterhole #3 (1967) as Set Decoration
Some renegade Army men steal a cachet of gold and hide it in the desert for later use until a lone cowboy gets wind of it and wants it for himself.
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? (1966) as Set Decoration
Soldiers in World War II Italy have to fake combat so a strategic village can stage its annual festival.
The Great Race (1965) as Dec cons
A bumbling villain plots to win an early 20th-century auto race.
The Pink Panther (1964) as Set Decoration
In the first Inspector Clouseau film, the bumbling French police detective tries to stop a notorious jewel thief from nabbing a princess'' diamond.

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