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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
I Was a Mail Order Bride (1982) as Archibald Tucker
On a bet with one of his practical-joking partners, a Los Angeles lawyer responds to an ad from a pretty Chicago magazine writer offering herself as a bridal candidate for an investigative reporting assignment, and then makes another bet that he can keep the relationship platonic for two weeks.
2.
Charlie and the Great Balloon Race (1981) as Sergeant Squire
Jack Albertson is a retired railroad worker whose dream of crossing the country in a hot air balloon is encouraged by his grandson, who decides to go along for the ride despite the misgivings of his widowed mother whose plans to remarry have left him disenchanted. This light-hearted family adventure
3.
Last Ride of the Dalton Gang, The (1979) as Poker Player
A somewhat light-hearted view of the Dalton Gang's legendary raid on Coffeyville, Kansas, and the years leading up to it as the brothers head up a gang of horse thieves and bank robbers, with their arch enemy, railway detective Will Smith, constantly nipping at their heels. The film is framed, curio
4.
Death Car on the Freeway (1979) as Bobby
Model-turned-Charlie's Angel Shelley Hack is a determined TV reporter out to find a maniac who is methodically attacking lone women drivers on the Los Angeles Freeway by pushing them off the road with his powerful van. A number of familiar TV stars (including Dinah Shore, in her "dramatic" TV debut)
5.
Goin' Coconuts (1978) as Charlie
The singing duo Donny and Marie Osmond get into trouble in when Marie gets a beautiful necklace, unaware that a group of thieves and a mysterious woman are after it.
6.
Pete's Dragon (1977) as Fisherman
In New England in the early 20th century, Pete is a nine-year-old orphan escaping from his brutal adoptive parents, the Gogans, with his only friend, a cartoon dragon named Elliott. Pete and Elliott successfully escape to Passamaquoddy, Maine, and live with Nora, a lighthouse keeper, and her father, Lampie. Elliott is sought for medicinal purposes by the corrupt Doctor Terminus.
7.
Flood! (1976) as Al Spangler
Irwin Allen's first made-for-TV disaster movie follows the course charted by its wide-screen big brothers, only this time it's a small town about to be devastated by a flood when a faulty dam bursts. At a reported cost of $2.5 million, this was, according to network publicity, the most expensive film made to that time for television. A companion Irwin Allen movie called "Fire" was aired several weeks later, and then each was trimmed to ninety minutes and rerun as a TV double bill subsequently. This movie's formal title was "Irwin Allen's Production of 'Flood'."
8.
The Towering Inferno (1974) as Mayor
A fire chief and an architect join forces to save victims of a burning skyscraper.
9.
Sex Symbol, The (1974) as Ted Brown
A thinly disguised drama based on Marilyn Monroe's life and death, with Connie Stevens flaunting her undeniable charms, Shelley Winters as a Hollywood gossip columnist, Don Murray as an attractive married U.S. Senator, Nehemiah Persoff as a European-accented studio czar, James Olson as a cerebral ar
10.
Psycho From Texas (1974) as Sheriff
A sociopathic killer named Wheeler is hired to go to a small town and kidnap retired oil millionaire William Phillips. Working with Wheeler on the job is a local named Slick who has a violent temper. The two are supposed to hold Phillips in a cabin for 48 hours while the ransom is delivered. While t
11.
Death Sentence (1974) as Willis Wright
A juror in a murder case comes to the conclusion that the wrong man is on trial, and then finds her own life threatened by the real killer -- her husband.
12.
The Sting (1973)
Two con men hit the big time to take on a gangster in '30s Chicago.
13.
Get to Know Your Rabbit (1972) as Mr. Reese
A young businessman (Tom Smothers) goes to a magic expert (Orson Welles) to learn hardness and skill with his cynical and greedy collaborators. He becomes a very good tap dancer, but will he be able to get free of his old boss?
14.
The Other (1972) as Mr. P. C. Pretty
A boy's evil twin leads him on the path to murder.
15.
Rock Rock Rock! (1956) as [Dori's] Father
A teenager will stop at nothing to get the perfect dress for her school's big dance.
16.
Fear in the Night (1947) as Man outside hotel
Bank teller Vince Grayson wakes from a nightmare in which he and an unknown woman murdered a man in a strange, mirrored room. Only a dream...but Vince finds that he has physical objects and bruises from his "dream." His cop brother-in-law dismisses his story...until the family, on a picnic, takes shelter from a thunderstorm in a deserted mansion containing that mirrored room. Is doom closing in on Vince?
17.
Murder Is My Business (1946) as Detective
18.
A Stage Romance (1922) as Bardolph
19.
Six Feet Four (1919) as Ed Bedloe
A cowboy matches the description of the man who robbed the local hotel--both are 6'4''. When a young woman is robbed, suspicion falls on the cowboy again. However, he discovers that the actual culprits are a local gang headed by the sheriff. He sets out to capture the robbers and clear his name.

Writer (feature film)

20.
Ain't Love Funny? (1927) as Gag man
21.
Is That Nice? (1926) as Gag man

Cast (special)

22.
Amazing Cosmic Awareness of Duffy Moon, The (1976) as Uncle Ralph
The story follows the plight of Duffy Moon, an undersized but multi-talented sixth grade boy.
23.
High Button Shoes (1956) as Uncle Willie
The story of a charming confidence man (Harrison Floy) and his efforts to con a young couple (Sara and Henry Longstreet) into believing that they will make a remarkable profit from the sale of their family property.

Cast (special)

24.
Blind Ambition (1979) as Paul O'Brien
The Watergate crisis as viewed by John Dean and his wife Maureen, based on their respective personal accounts, and distilled into an eight-hour drama with all of the political figures of the day parading by. Sheen, whose gamut of political portrayals has run from Robert Kennedy (in "The Missiles of
25.
Trial Of Lee Harvey Oswald, The (1977) as Judge Claymore
The bizarre story behind the man accused of assassinating John F. Kennedy and what might have happened had he been brought to trial. The title is all that is left of the 1967 off-Broadway play by Amram Ducovny and Leon Friedman. John Pleshette, whose resemblance to the real Oswald is remarkable, is

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