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Art Director (feature film)

1.
Promises To Keep (1985)
Three generations of the Robert Mitchum family united for this project, initially called "Fathering," with the veteran actor playing a dying rancher who decides to visit the family he had deserted thirty years earlier. His son Christopher, and Christopher's son, Bentley (in his acting debut), play h
2.
Kicks (1985)
A wealthy eccentric with a mysterious lifestyle teams up with a beautiful college professor whom he finds has a mutual obsession with challenging, high-risk, life-endangering games. Most critics found this alleged thriller beneath contempt.
3.
Attack on Fear (1984)
A pair of married small-town journalists take on the controversial Synanon organization with their expose forcing a government investigation and winning for them a Pulitzer Prize. Filmed in June of 1982 under the title "The Light on Synanon," it was based on the book of that name by Dave and Cathy M
4.
Red Dawn (1984) as Art Direction
When the Soviet Union and Cuba invade the United States and paratroop into a small mid-western town, a group of teens band together to fight off their occupiers.
5.
Portrait of a Showgirl (1982)
The life and loves of Las Vegas dancers, with Lesley Ann Warren as the recent arrival from New York, fleeing an unhappy affair; Dianne Kay as the naive newcomer, and Rita Moreno (earning an Emmy nomination as Outstanding Supporting Actress) as the chorus line veteran and mother hen. Tony Curtis is M
6.
Dangerous Company (1982)
The story of real-life ex-convict and reformed criminal Ray Johnson, portrayed by Beau Bridges, starting with the 1958 escape he made with a friend from Folsom Prison (the first and only inmates ever to do so) and continuing with their recapture, Johnson's placement in solitary confinement for four
7.
Ambush Murders (1982)
James Brolin replaced Sam Elliott as the dedicated defense attorney at the third trial of a drawn-out murder case against an outspoken black activist who has been accused in the killing of two white policemen. This fictionalized version of a true story was adapted from the book by Ben Bradlee, Jr.
8.
Whale For The Killing, A (1981)
Star and co-producer Peter Strauss is an outsider, stranded with his family in a Newfoundland coastal resort, where he flies in the face of custom and fights an entire community to prevent a trapped whale's slaughter with the support only of his wife and one of the locals, Richard Widmark. Emmy Awar
9.
Small Killing, A (1981)
A woman college professor (Jean Simmons) is recruited, against his better judgement, by an undercover cop (Edward Asner) to pose as a bag lady to track down a drug connection following the brutal killing of a skid row crone (Sylvia Sidney).
10.
Ohms (1980)
Ralph Waite plays a conservative farmer who rallies his neighbors against a power company planning to erect huge towers across their land. David Birney is the political activist schoolteacher who helps them organize into an effective bloc.
11.
Off The Minnesota Strip (1980)
A teenage runaway attempts to readjust to home and family after having worked the streets of New York as a hooker and tries desperately to gain her parents' understanding and love. David Chase won the Emmy for his original script.
12.
Castaways On Gilligan's Island (1979)
In the second of three additional "Gilligan's Island" movies, the gang finds a way of getting rescued from their "uncharted desert isle" for a second time through a series of misadventures but comes back to turn it into a tropical resort for uptight mainlanders.
13.
B.J. and the Bear (1978)
An action-adventure featuring a guitar-plucking independent trucker who travels with a fun-loving chimp, hauls anything, and finds himself caught up with a bunch of girls trying to flee a white slaver who happens to be the local sheriff. The series based on this film began in January 1979, with Evig
14.
Brothers (1977) as Art Direction
After an African American man named David Thomas is imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, he begins corresponding with college professor and black activist Paula Jones. His relationship with Paula gives him insight and the strength he needs to live within the brutal and racist prison system.
15.
Trackdown (1976) as Art Direction
Jim's sister Betsy has letf their family's cattle ranch in Montana to seek her fortune in Hollywood. Jim decides to follow Betsy to make sure she is safe, but he is too late. When she gets off the bus, Betsy is robbed, kidnapped, gang-raped, and sold into prostitution. So Jim gets a social worker to help him and the two desperately try to rescue the girl.
16.
Bittersweet Love (1976) as Art Direction
MIchael and Patricia, meet, fall in love, and get married. Patricia is already pregnant when they learn that they are really half-brother and half-sister. The members of their families react and advise the young couple as they try to decide what is best for themselves.
17.
Steelyard Blues (1973) as Art Direction
Three wacky misfits band together with the primary purpose of their loose-knit association being to cheat the establishment. One of their crazy ideas involves building an airplane of questionable airworthiness. AKA "The Final Crash."
18.
This Is A Hijack (1973) as Art Direction
A gambler with serious debts hijacks a small private plane, planning to collect a $1,000,000 ransom. Unfortunately, he's not in the best of company with his mates, and the F.B.I. is waiting for them on the ground ...

Production Designer (feature film)

19.
Saving Jessica Lynch: The Rescue of an American Soldier (2003)
Based on the true story, the drama chronicles the initial ambush on the 507th Maintenance Company to the rescue of American POW Jessica Lynch during the war with Iraq, based on accounts of the Iraqi lawyer, Mohammed Odeh al-Rehaief, who proved instrumental in her recovery as well as surviving member
20.
Pentagon Wars, The (1998)
Satiric look at the Pentagon, tells the true story of wild government spending focusing on the Pentagon's use of $14 billion of American taxpayers' money to fund a new troop carrier that they knew would never work. Air Force Colonel James Burton attempts to expose the waste, and at the same time, th
21.
Target Earth (1998)
The secret plans for an alien invasion have been hypnotically implanted in the brain of six-year-old Tammy MacKaphe. Small-town cop Sam Adams becomes the protector of Tammy and her mother Karen. Sam and Karen must find the key to bring out the secrets before the three of them are killed by federal a
22.
All She Ever Wanted (1996)
A young woman whose Bipolar Disorder is kept in check with medication longs to have a baby and makes the difficult decision to discontinue her medication during her pregnancy, risking the recurrance of her disorder.
23.
Summer of Fear (1996)
A corporate executive must confront his fears and protect his family when a young stranger encountered on a family vacation threatens to tear them apart.
24.
Saved By the Light (1995)
True story of one man's near-death experience that shocked and amazed scientists.
25.
Wagons East! (1994) as Production Designer
A jaded bunch of Old West pioneers hire an unlucky wagonmaster to get them back east, and he runs them straight into Indian territory.
26.
Through the Eyes of a Killer (1992)
When a woman breaks up with her contractor boyfriend, he restructures her apartment so he can secretly watch and terrorize her.
27.
Shadow of a Doubt (1991)
A television movie remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1943 thriller about a young girl who discovers that her uncle is the notorious "Merry Widow" serial killer.
28.
Hitz (1991) as Production Designer
Story of a court judge, frustrated by problems in the legal system.
29.
Flashback (1990) as Production Designer
All Agent John Buckner has to do is escort wanted radical Huey Walker back to jail. But all bets are off after Walker dopes Buckner and switches places with the FBI man.
30.
El Diablo (1990)
The tranquility of a small Texas town is shattered when a legendary outlaw, rides in with his band of armed men, robs a bank and kidnaps a young girl. A shy schoolteacher joins forces with a gunslinger to track down El Diablo and his band of outlaws.
31.
Night Visions (1990)
A criminal-psychology grad student with a haunted past and a mysterious array of telepathic multiple personalities is caught up in a serial-killer investigation.
32.
Tarzan in Manhattan (1989)
A movie based on the Edgar Rice Burrough's character, Tarzan. Tarzan flies to New York to seek the kidnappers of his chimpanzee pal, Cheetah. In their quest for the chimp, Tarzan and his self-appointed assistant Jane, a New York City cab driver, encounter a wealthy philantropist and big-game hunter
33.
Where the Hell's That Gold?!!? (1988)
A television movie where good-hearted outlaws, camp followers, Mexican revolutionaries, and a Welles Fargo posse all come together (literally) over a buried cache of stolen gold.
34.
Bat 21 (1988) as Production Designer
During the Vietnam conflict, an American officer is forced to parachute into a North Vietnamese jungle and fend for himself until a rescue operation can be carried out.
35.
Man Who Broke 1,000 Chains, The (1987)
A movie that tells the true story of Robert Elliot Burns, the prisoner whose life inspired the film, "I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang." After being sentenced to a Georgia chain gang, the innocent Burns makes two daring escapes to astound the nation.
36.
La Bamba (1987) as Production Designer
Singer Richie Valens fights family problems and bigotry to become a recording star.
37.
Assassin, The (1986)
Retired government agent Conrad is pressed back into service to aid lady professor Austin capture and terminate a renegade, nearly invincible robot she had created which had been reprogrammed to kill agency director Webber and a group of leading politicians. Richard Young is the bionic man-turned-as
38.
Happy Endings (CBS) (1983)
In this first of two 1983 TV-movies with the same title, author/schoolteacher John Schneider and aspiring singer Catherine Hicks, his new apartment-house neighbor, discover romance on the rebound, being thrown together while still carrying torches for former lovers. An Emmy Award nomination went to

Misc. Crew (feature film)

39.
Tarzan in Manhattan (1989)
A movie based on the Edgar Rice Burrough's character, Tarzan. Tarzan flies to New York to seek the kidnappers of his chimpanzee pal, Cheetah. In their quest for the chimp, Tarzan and his self-appointed assistant Jane, a New York City cab driver, encounter a wealthy philantropist and big-game hunter
40.
Weekend War (1988)
A television movie about U.S. citizens whose National Guard duty explodes into horrifying guerrilla warfare in a remote jungle region in Honduras.
41.
La Bamba (1987) as Visual Consultant
Singer Richie Valens fights family problems and bigotry to become a recording star.
42.
Youngblood (1986) as Visual Consultant
Handsome Youngblood is a hockey prodigy who excels at the sport, but not the fighting that goes along with it. He is chosen for the team by Coach Chadwick, but gets sent home after being targeted by Racki, who viciously beats him up. Discouraged, Youngblood goes home to his Canadian farm where his father and big brother teach him to toughen up enough to go back to his sport. After a regimen of combat training, Youngblood returns to face Racki.
43.
Fear City (1985) as Creative Consultant
Matt Rossi is an ex-boxer, haunted by the memory of having killed an opponent. Together with his partner Nicky he runs the Starlite Agency, supplying strippers to some of New York's seediest strip joints. Things begin to change when a nightmare series of slasher attacks begin.

Art Director (special)

44.
Pros and Cons (1986) as Art Direction
An elite unit of fraud investigators for a coastal county sheriff's department find a deadly insurance scheme and a high-stakes housing scam on its agenda.

Production Designer (special)

45.
Murder In Texas (1981)
Dramatization of the sensational Texas court case of the late '60s involving a noted Houston plastic surgeon, accused of doing away with his socially prominent first wife in order to marry somebody else. Based on the book by the doctor's second wife, the film resulted in an Emmy Award nomination for

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