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Director (feature film)

1.
Stepsister, The (1997) as Director
Following the untimely death of her mother in an apparent accident and then the sudden death of her father, a young woman suspects her new stepmother and stepsister of foul play.
2.
Echo (1997) as Director
Identical twins were separated in their youth by a tragic car accident that killed their parents. One goes on to live a successful life, but the other one leads a life of despair and feels that he has been denied the life that he was entitled to. Therefore, he plots revenge against his unsuspecting
3.
Hijacked: Flight 285 (1996) as Director
Drama about a domestic flight hijacked by a desperate fugitive and his accomplices; and how ordinary people become heroes trying to save their fellow passengers and crew.
4.
MacGyver: Trail to Doomsday (1994) as Director
A television movie based on the action-adventure series, "MacGyver," on ABC from 1985-1992. MacGyver visits London to attend the 40th birthday of an old friend, but his buddy is killed, apparently by terrorists. He then investigates the murder, uncovering a nuclear arms production plant in the Engli
5.
Mother of the Bride (1993) as Director
A mother's plans for her daughter's wedding are complicated when her ex-husband, who abandoned the family more than 20 years earlier, shows up.
6.
Dead Before Dawn (1992) as Director
A woman participates with the FBI in trapping her abusive husband who has arranged to have her killed. Based on a true story.
7.
In the Deep Woods (1992) as Director
A young woman discovers that someone she loves may be a serial killer.
8.
Deadly Desire (1992) as Director
A private security system patrol officer is seduced by a new client, the wife of a shipping magnate, and kills her husband, who was mistaken for a prowler.
9.
Violation Of Trust (1991) as Director
A mother struggles to believe in her daughter's innocence when the teenager is accused of murder.
10.
Writer's Block (1991) as Director
A television movie about a female author whose fictional serial killer character from her books seemingly comes to life and actually begins a real-life murder spree.
11.
Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann (1991) as Director
Based on the true story of a teenage girl in a rural Pennsylvania town who in 1966 was kidnapped and held captive by a reclusive man obsessed by his misguided love for her.
12.
Gunsmoke: The Last Apache (1990) as Director
A television movie sequel based on the long-running CBS series, "Gunsmoke." Matt Dillon attempts to rescue his daughter, whom he has never seen, from her Apache captors.

Cinematography (feature film)

13.
Face to Face (1990) as Director Of Photography
A brilliant paleontologist travels to Africa with a team of assistants in search of the remains of a three-million-year-old man. She comes into conflict with a rough-and-ready miner exploring the same territory for meerschaum, a special clay used for making smoking pipes, when both claim digging rig
14.
Revenge of the Nerds II (1987) as Director Of Photography
15.
Gunsmoke: Return To Dodge City (1987) as Director Of Photography
James Arness and Amanda Blake repeat their roles as Marshal Matt Dillon and Kitty Russell, respectively, in this television movie sequel to the long-running series, "Gunsmoke." The new version takes place twelve years after the series ended, with Dillon living as a mountain trapper and Miss Kitty li
16.
Into Thin Air (1985) as Director Of Photography
This television movie is based on the true story of a 19-year-old youth who vanished while driving alone from his home in Canada to a summer school session in Colorado.
17.
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) as Director Of Photography
The crew of the Enterprise fights to protect the newly reborn Spock.
18.
Joy of Sex (1984) as Director Of Photography
19.
First Time, The (1983) as Director Of Photography
Teenager Jennifer Jason Leigh drops out of high school to follow her boyfriend to San Diego, and her desperate mother, Susan Anspach, not ready for her daughter's loss of innocence, enlists the aid of an old Navy friend to help locate her. Harriet Nelson is the girl's liberal-minded grandmother.
20.
Missing Pieces (1983) as Director Of Photography
A woman whose political reporter husband has been murdered before her eyes decides to track down the killers herself. While doing legwork on a routine marital infidelity case for a rumpled private investigator who has given her a job, she stumbles onto clues about the shooting of her husband and dis
21.
Hellinger's Law (1981) as Director Of Photography
In this pilot to a followup series to his "Kojak", Telly Savalas is a flamboyant criminal lawyer who takes on the case of the syndicate's accountant--actually a Justice Department plant who has infiltrated the mob--accused of murdering a local TV newscaster. Hellinger finds that not only does the g
22.
National Lampoon's Movie Madness (1981) as Director Of Photography ("Municipalians")
Three stories that make references to movies, directors, or movie characters. The first vignette is about a corporate lawyer who gets his wife to leave him, believing that raising their four children by himself will help him grow. The second tells the story of an erotic dancer who becomes the CEO of a company and exacts revenge on her male colleagues who once abused her. And in the last, an honest police officer begins to adopt the cynicism of his partner.
23.
Cheech and Chong's Nice Dreams (1981) as Director Of Photography
Two pot-heads work on an ice-cream truck serving up specially treated confections that are more than just a hit with the kids.
24.
Long Days of Summer, The (1980) as Director Of Photography
In this sequel to his 1978 "When Every Day Was the Fourth of July" (and a pilot to a prospective series), producer/director Dan Curtis recalls more of his youth during the late '30s, and follows a fictionalized family where the father has jeopardized a promising law career to defend a Jewish immigra
25.
Great American Traffic Jam, The (1980) as Director Of Photography
A series of freak accidents on the Los Angeles freeway traps a cast-load of familiar TV faces in an astounding traffic tie-up, with the entire system caught in a gridlock that John Beck, as a traffic expert, endeavors to unsnarl. Howard Hesseman plays the voice of an unseen radio disc jockey whose h
26.
In God We Trust (1980) as Director Of Photography
Brother Ambrose is a monk who has lived his whole life inside his monastery. Ambrose knows almost nothing about the outside world, but when he learns that the monastery is in financial trouble and might have to close down, he goes out into the world to raise the money to save it. Ambrose is asking f
27.
Fast Break (1979) as Director Of Photography
When the coach of a Nevada college basketball team is unable to find any promising local talent, he gets some New York street kids to play for the school.
28.
Real American Hero (1978) as Director Of Photography
Law-and-order Selma, Tennessee sheriff Buford Pusser, the resourceful, club-wielding real-life folk hero whose career inspired three ultra-violent movies, returns to wage a relentless battle against a dapper local moonshiner in this TV feature. Brian Dennehy assumed the role played originally by Joe
29.
Dr. Scorpion (1978) as Director Of Photography
A live-action comic book adventure in which a power-mad genius threatens world peace with a scheme involving the theft of the country's atomic missiles, and only one man stands in his way.
30.
National Lampoon's Animal House (1978) as Director Of Photography
A college fraternity made up of misfits makes life miserable for the school's conservative dean..
31.
Maniac (1977) as Director Of Photography
A veteran returns from the Vietnam war and begins killing people in a small Arizona town. He then holds the survivors hostage, demanding a ransom to be paid and delivered in person by a millionaire.
32.
Moving Violation (1976) as Director Of Photography
A young couple witness a sheriff murder a police officer. When the sheriff realizes that they saw him commit the crime, he characterizes them as terrorists and tries to frame them for the murder.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

33.
Explorers (1985) as Additional Photography
Ben is obsessed with monster movies on late night television, reading comic books about space, and playing an arcade game with fighting space ships in his bedroom. Ben's best friend Wolfgang is a budding scientific genious, and when Ben describes a dream he had about the two of them flying in a spacecraft , Wolfgang creates a computer program that enables them to make such a machine. The boys take off to another galaxy and learn that things are more similar to home than they imagined.
34.
In Love With an Older Woman (1982)
Junior partner in a San Francisco law firm finds his life taking on new meaning when he meets the firm's newest employee, a free-spirited woman fifteen years his senior, and is invited to move in with her. The one hitch is that she has a daughter his age.
35.
Die Laughing (1980) as Additional Photography
A cab drive is wrongly accused of assassinating a world famous nuclear scientist. Soon after this accusation, he finds that the late scientist's chimpanzee has been hiding in his taxi. The chimp is the sole being who knows the secret formula that could end the world, and the cab driver is plunged in
36.
It Happened One Christmas (1977)
A new version of Frank Capra's 1947 classic "It's a Wonderful Life" with a gender switch -- Marlo Thomas for James Stewart, Wayne Rogers for Donna Reed, and Cloris Leachman for Henry Travers. Emmy Award nominations went to Cloris Leachman as well as to art director John J. Lloyd and set decorator Ha

Cinematography (special)

37.
D.C. Cop (1986) as Director Of Photography
A pilot for a series not picked up by CBS. Michael Halsey, an idealistic yet pragmatic detective, uses his skills as a former journalist for a large Washington newspaper to solve enigmatic cases. Halsey is pulled off a routine drug bust to investigate the assassination of a Latin American ambassador
38.
Big Easy, The (1982) as Director Of Photography
The story, set in the French Quarter of New Orleans, follows the exploits of Jake Rubidoux, a tough private detective, who, on occasion, plays clarinet at The Big Easy, a nightclub run by a friend of his. In the pilot episode, Jake accepts a missing persons case -- to find the daughter of a wealthy
39.
Hazard's People (1976) as Director Of Photography
The story of John Hazard, a criminal attorney whose style and flair sets him apart from his peers in the legal profession. In the pilot episode, Hazard and his three associates seek to help Dr. Carl DeLacy, a noted surgeon who has been accused of murdering his mistress.

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

40.
Freedom Road (1979) as Director Of Photography
In this two-part, four-hour miniseries based on Howard Fast's 1944 novel about an ex-slave who is elected to the U.S. Senate while battling other former slaves and white sharecroppers to keep the land they tended all their lives, Muhammad Ali and Kris Kristofferson, as former slave and soldier Gideo

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

41.
Wallenberg: A Hero's Story (1985) as Director Of Photography
In this much-honored drama about the Swedish diplomat who masterinded the rescue of over 120,000 Hungarian Jews from right under the nose of Nazi Colonel Adolf Eichmann during World War II and subsequently disappeared behind Russian lines, never again to be seen, Richard Chamberlain won another of h
42.
Jesse Owens Story, The (1984) as Director Of Photography
43.
Winds of War, The (1983) as Director Of Photography
Herman Wouk's best-selling 1971 epic about a fictional Navy family in the days leading up to Pearl Harbor came to TV in this 16-hour miniseries over seven nights (initially it had been planned for only twelve hours). At about $40-million, it was the single most expensive television event up to that
44.
Star Maker, The (1981) as Director Of Photography
Rock Hudson is a famed Hollywood director with a reputation for molding sex starlets into superstars and then turning his discoveries into his wives, one after another. Suzanne Pleshette is his latest bride, who decides to turn the tables on him.
45.
Critical List, The (1978) as Director Of Photography
Two two-hour pilot films are strung together here in which a hospital director in line for a federal cabinet post first finds that his private life may jeopardize the opportunity and then discovers himself in the middle of a scandal involving stolen federal health funds.
46.
Dark Secret of Harvest Home, The (1978) as Director Of Photography
A suspense drama chronicling the events that beset a New York commercial artist when he and his wife and daughter move to a rustic New England village they once visited during their travels, only to find a ritualistic lifestyle full of foreboding secrets.

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