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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Day the World Ended, The (2001) as Cook
After moving to a remote small town, a school psychologist is the prime suspect in a series of murders. The real killer, however, is not human.
2.
Most Wanted (1997) as Commander Goldstein
Sargeant James Dunn, a decorated Desert Storm commando, is convicted of killing a superior officer and is sentenced to die in a military prison. He is visited by Lt Colonel Grant Casey, leader of an covert assassination squad known as the "Black Sheep." Casey offers Dunn a chance to escape from prison if he agrees to help kill a reclusive industrialist who is selling deadly biotech secrets on the black market. The hit goes terribly wrong resulting in the death of the First Lady who was attending the dedication of a medical building with the industrialist. Dunn discovers he has been set up as the triggerman and must rely on his survival skills to elude the massive manhunt tracking him through the streets of LA. To clear his name, Dunn kidnaps Dr Victoria Constantini, an eyewitness with a video of the assassination attempt. Nevertheless, his greatest obstacle remains the $10 million bounty on his head.
3.
Mars (1997) as Sheriff Bascom
A lawman is sent to Mars to clean up tyranny and ends up seeking vengeance on those who killed his brother, a policeman for a company that's mining the planet for fuel.
4.
Death Benefit (1996) as Mack Vandenberg
A television movie based on David Heilbroner's true-crime book. A Kentucky corporate attorney is so obsessed with proving that the death of a young girl was not accidental but rather the result of murder by the beneficiary of her insurance policy, that he is prepared to sacrifice his career as well
5.
Wild Bill (1995) as Carl Mann
Biopic about famous gunslinger Wild Bill Hickock.
6.
Steal Big, Steal Little (1995) as Ins Official
Once upon a time, in the lush hills of Santa Barbara, lived twin brothers. They were identical of face, but not of soul. One brother loved with an unprejudiced heart his family, friends and the pristine land they call home. The other brother, whose own heart was cold, could not see past his vision o
7.
Skyscraper (1995)
A police detective and his helicopter pilot wife fight crime together.
8.
Open Fire (1995)
A man tries to rescue his father who has been taken hostage by terrorists.
9.
Geronimo: An American Legend (1993) as City Marshall Hawkins
The story of the legendary Native American leader, from 1881 until his death in 1909, focusing on his adversarial relationship with U.S. Cavalry Lt. Charles Gatewood. Gatewood tried to convince Geronimo to settle on a reservation, rather than face certain death.
10.
Shadowhunter (1993) as P J Moore
A detective escorts a Native American murder suspect to Los Angeles. The Indian -- an evil shaman with the ability to enter another man's body through emotional wounds -- escapes, forcing the detective to pursue him through an Arizona reservation on horseback.
11.
Overkill: The Aileen Wuornos Story (1992) as Sheriff Benson
A story based on the life of Aileen Carol Wuornos, the first convicted female serial killer in the United States.
12.
Diplomatic Immunity (1991)
A vengeful Marine training sergeant tracks down the foreign crime lord, protected by diplomatic immunity, who's responsible for his beautiful daughter's death.
13.
Hangfire (1991) as Kuttner
Escaped prison inmates take over a Mexican town and hold its inhabitants hostage.
14.
Young Guns II (1990) as Bounty Hunter
Sequel to "Young Guns" (USA/1988), reuniting some of the characters from the original one year later, when they are extradited to New Mexico to stand trial.
15.
Pumpkinhead (1988) as Tom Harley
After a man's son is accidentally killed by a group of teenagers, he calls upon the powers of a vengeful demon to avenge the death.
16.
Longarm (1988) as Sheriff Jim Garrett
A television movie capturing the romance and humor of the Old West in the story of a handsome U.S. marshal and his adventures with pretty women, colorful outlaws, and difficult horses.
17.
Above the Law (1988) as Cia Interrogator
Undercover police investigate a political assassination and illicit CIA operations.
18.
Hunter's Blood (1987) as Red Beard
Five young men go into the wood for a relaxing time hunting and drinking beer. But when inbred locals turn on them, the hunters become the hunted and wind up using their ammunition and cunning to survive the trip.
19.
Robocop (1987) as Sal
In crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop is rebuilt as a powerful machine, code named Robocop.
20.
Young Harry Houdini (1987) as Marshall
A fictionalized account of the magical events that transformed the life of famed escape artist, Harry Houdini, when he was a youngster. After a performance, Houdini describes to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle how, at age 12, he ran away from home to join a traveling show to learn how to become a magician. U
21.
Bates Motel (1987) as Sheriff
A young man inherits the Bates Motel from Norman Bates and who, after his release from a mental institution, is unprepared for the eerie happenings at the Motel. Based on the classic movie "Psycho," directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
22.
Ratboy (1986) as Catullus Cop
A department store window dresser is out of work when she meets a young man who has the face of a rat. She decides that if she can turn this Ratboy into a celebrity they will get rich, but they encounter a series of misadventures.
23.
M.A.D.D.: Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (1983) as Officer Chesrow
Mariette Hartley won an Emmy Award nomination for her portrayal of Candy Lightner, the California woman who spearheaded the drive for national anti-drunk driver legislation after her own young daughter became a hit-and-run victim. The film itself was Emmy-nominated as Outstanding Drama Special.
24.
Frances (1982) as "Flowing Gold" Director
Actress Frances Farmer's mind snaps under the pressures of Hollywood life and a domineering mother.
25.
Money on the Side (1982) as Claude
To make ends meet, suburban housewives Karen Valentine, Jamie Lee Curtis and Linda Purl join a prostitution ring run by local realtor Susan Flannery and find themselves trapped with a vice syndicate.
26.
Mae West (1982) as Jack West
Ann Jillian's portrait of legendary actress Mae West in this customarily white-washed TV biography, covering her flamboyant career through her triumphant Broadway return in "Diamond Lil" in 1948, won her an Emmy Award nomination. James Brolin plays Mae West's long-time lover and manager, Jim Timony,
27.
Back Roads (1981) as Red
Amy Post is a prostitute who has never gotten over having given her only child up for adoption. When Amy meets a drifter named Elmore Pratt, she does not like him. But the two misfits are both dreaming of a better life, and so they take to the road, leaving the deep South and heading for California.
28.
Long Days of Summer, The (1980) as Fred Landauer Sr
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
29.
Where the Ladies Go (1980) as Lee
A small-town bar, open only from nine in the morning to three in the afternoon, operated by Earl Holliman, is where the bored housewives and wandering husbands can go to find some adventure in their lives in Carol Sobieski's "Nashville" type comedy-drama.
30.
Salvage (1979) as Hank Beddoes
A hotshot junkman decides to go to the moon with his two young companions in a homemade rocket to recover millions of dollars worth of discarded space equipment in this lighthearted pilot to the series which began the following week as "Salvage 1," with Griffith and his associates using the rocket f
31.
Norma Rae (1979) as Lujan
A young single mother and her co-worker try to unionize the mill where they work.
32.
True Grit (1978) as Skorby
The further adventures of Rooster Cogburn, the rascally Western hero played in "True Grit" (1969) and "Rooster Cogburn" (1975) by John Wayne, has him battling injustice in his own unorthodox way while contending with a teenage girl bent on reforming him.
33.
Standing Tall (1978) as Bob Workitt
A small-time half-breed cattle rancher, struggling to eke out a Depression-era existence, is subjected to a terror campaign after refusing to sell out to a ruthless land baron.
34.
Louis Armstrong -- Chicago Style (1976) as Jack Cherney
An incident in the life of jazz great Louis Armstrong when, in 1931, he was booked into a small Chicago night spot, turning down a lucrative offer to move over to a club run by gangsters. His manager is bribed to secretly frame him on a marijuana charge, and he is forced to leave town--ironically (a
35.
Invasion of Johnson County, The (1976) as Richard Allen
A footloose Bostonian and a Wyoming cowboy team up in the Old West to block a private army's land-grab scheme against a bunch of small-time ranchers.
36.
Hawmps (1976) as Fitzgerald
A cavalry outpost in the Wild West of 19th Century USA is in need of horses. The captain of the outpost gets word that they're to receive a shipment of fine Arabians. What he gets is a shipment of...camels.
37.
Sweet Hostage (1975) as Sheriff Emmet
A bizarre drama of a young woman who is kidnapped by an escaped mental patient and whisked away to his remote mountain cabin, where her abductor becomes her teacher, friend and lover. Originally titled "Welcome to Xanadu," it was filmed in Taos, New Mexico.
38.
Who Is the Black Dahlia? (1975) as Casting Man
A fact-based mystery drama about a Los Angeles detective's obsession with finding the slayer of a star-struck young woman, dubbed the Black Dahlia because of her black hair and penchant for black clothing, whose body was found in a vacant lot in 1947. (The case remains unsolved.)
39.
Shadow in the Streets, A (1975) as Lee
This pilot for a prospective TV series dealt with a tough ex-convict who tries to build a new life on the outside as a parole agent in an experimental paraprofessional program.
40.
Nickel Ride, The (1975)
The demise of a small-time Los Angeles crime boss is chronicled. He has been managing several warehouses of stolen goods, but is running out of space. Desperately needing more storage units, he does his best to secure some, but cannot get them fast enough to suit his boss who starts to believe that
41.
Cry For Help, A (1975) as Sergeant Lou Shirley
A cynical radio talk-show host, who daily insults his audience, receives a suicide threat from a nameless young girl and frantically tries to get his listeners to locate her before she can carry out her threat.
42.
Chinatown (1974) as Policeman
A Los Angeles private eye unwittingly sets up an innocent man for murder, then joins his seductive widow to unearth the corruption behind the crime.
43.
Red Badge of Courage, The (1974) as Sergeant
The Civil War classic, filmed previously in 1951 by John Huston, revolving around a young Union soldier's flight in terror from his first battle, his inner resolve that leads him back to combat, and his ultimate discovery that he doesn't have it in him to kill.
44.
Terminal Man, The (1974) as Reporter
As the result of a head injury, brilliant computer scientist Harry Benson begins to experience violent seizures. In an attempt to control the seizures, Benson undergoes a new surgical procedure in which a microcomputer is inserted into his brain. The procedure is not entirely successful.
45.
Coffy (1973)
A nurse sets out for vengeance when her younger sister becomes an addict.
46.
Female Artillery (1973) as Squat
A comedy western that has a tough outlaw joining forces with a contingent of pioneer women against a vicious gang that wants the money he secretly hid in the ladies' wagon train.
47.
The Dirt Gang (1972) as Jesse
A film crew is shooting in the desert when a motorcycle gang rides into the area. The gang members soon begin menacing everyone in the company, particularly the women.
48.
Evel Knievel (1971) as Wrangler #1
Biography of Evel Knievel (George Hamilton), the famed motorcycle daredevil, much of which was filmed in his home town of Butte, Montana. The film depicts Knievel reflecting on major events in his life just before a big jump.
49.
Sometimes a Great Notion (1971) as Willard Eggleston
A family of lumberjacks make trouble in the Northwest.
50.
Wild Rovers (1971) as Leaky
An aging cowboy joins up with a beginner to rob banks.
51.
Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here (1969) as Meathead
After killing his girlfriend's father in self defense, a rebellious Native American races to elude a bloodthirsty posse.
52.
Run, Angel, Run! (1969) as Pappy
Angel, a member of a tough motorcycle gang roaming the Southwest, gets on offer from a major news magazine. In exchange for giving the magazine a big scoop by exposing the inner workings of his gang, the magazine will pay him $10,000. Angel takes the offer, although it means he and his girlfriend must now go on the run from cyclists looking for revenge. Along the way, they hide out with a sheep farmer, earning their keep by taking care of the farm and building a new life together.

Cast (special)

53.
Barrington (1987) as Bartender
A drama about an extraordinary cop who is also the gifted heir of one of America's wealthiest and most distinguished families. This pilot is broadcast as a segment of the "CBS Summer Playhouse" series.
54.
Seal, The (1981)
The exploits of a man known only as "The Seal," a former mercenary turned free agent who undertakes dangerous, high risk cases. In the pilot episode, The Seal is hired by the U.S. government to free Stephanie Thayer, a CIA cryptographer who was abducted by a spy ring to decode satellite data.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

55.
Dream West (1986) as Provost
A three-part miniseries about John Charles Fremont, the American adventurer, the free-spirited woman who impelled him to dare undreamt-of feats, and the young nation they helped to shape. The story begins in 1839 when Fremont is chosen to lead the trek into the Oregon Territory with the help of Kit
56.
Louis L'Amour's The Sacketts (1979) as Simpson
A traditional sagebrush saga based on two novels by Louis L'Amour, the foremost Western author on the contemporary scene, and the first dramatized for television of the seventy-four he has written (eleven are about the Sackett family). This four-hour movie focuses on the three Sackett brothers in Ne

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

57.
Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder (1987) as Paul Van Dam
A three-part, six-hour miniseries based on Shana Alexander's book about a man whose obsession for pleasing his mother results in his killing his wealthy grandfather at her request. Based on a true-life case.
58.
French Atlantic Affair, The (1979) as Keegan
There's terror on the high seas when cult leader Telly Savalas and his fanatic followers, among whom is devoted Shelley Winters, seize a luxury liner commanded by Louis Jourdan and hold a stellar roster of film and TV luminaries for a ransom of $70 million in gold. Chad Everett is a successful novel
59.
Aspen (1977) as Sam Dinehart
A chic Colorado ski resort in the '60s is the setting for illicit love, corruption and a sensational murder trial in this melodrama woven together from two novels (actually the title of one, the plot of the other) and subsequently spiced up with a new, more intriguing title the second time around. I

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