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Cast (feature film)

1.
Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970) as Samuel Keefer
A corn-flower, blue-eyed housewife steps from the frying pan into the fire, as she finds romantic relief from her sadistic lawyer husband with a seductive, charmer.
2.
For Love of Ivy (1968) as
A wealthy family finds a beau to romance their maid.

Producer (feature film)

3.
Family Man, The (1979)
Edward Asner is a happily married family man and owner of a parking garage in Manhattan, who drifts into a romance with one of his customers, attractive Meredith Baxter, who has been having troubles with her lover.
4.
Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye (1977) as Associate Producer
The dramatization of a chapter in the best-selling book, focusing on young John Kennedy's first run for office as he sought a congressional seat in 1946.

Art Director (feature film)

5.
To Find a Man (1972) as Production Design
16-year-old Andy Morrison and Rosalind McCarthy have been friends since they were children living on the upper east side of Manhattan. Andy has always loved Rosalind, but somehow she never noticed. Now Rosalind comes home from her boarding school for a week and confides to Andy that she is pregnant by her mother''s boyfriend. Rosalind is desperate and Andy tries to help her find a man who can perform an abortion. Their search is hampered by bureaucracy, overly-crowded hospitals, her parents, and Andy''s upper-class prejudices, but as they work together, they come to understand each other better than they ever have before.
6.
Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970) as Production Design
A corn-flower, blue-eyed housewife steps from the frying pan into the fire, as she finds romantic relief from her sadistic lawyer husband with a seductive, charmer.
7.
Trilogy (1969) as Production Design
"Miriam": Miss Miller has spent her life as a governess for children in some of the most fashionable homes in New York. She is shocked one day to learn that one of her "babies" is expecting a baby of her own and rejects Miss Miller's offer to be the nurse for the forthcoming child. That night, Miss Miller meets Miriam, a strange young girl who resembles Miss Miller when she was a child. Miriam, critical of everything Miss Miller has or does, constantly taunts her about a loveless existence, leading to a violent confrontation and chilling denouement. "Among The Paths To Eden": Mary O'Meaghan, a spinster, strikes up a conversation in a Queens, New York cemetery with a widower who is putting flowers on his deceased wife's grave. After establishing a modest rapport, Mary reveals to the bemused man that she had come to the graveyard specifically looking for a lonely widower, inasmuch as a friend of hers had found two husbands in a cemetery. "A Christmas Memory": As Christmastime approaches in rural Alabama, a young boy and his best friend, an elderly woman distantly related to him, prepare for the holiday by gathering ingredients for their annual batch of fruitcakes for 'people who've struck our fancy'. On Christmas Eve, they talk with great anticipation of the next day, but underneath is the sad, almost unspoken knowledge that the boy is growing up and his cousin is getting older and more frail.
8.
Last Summer (1969) as Art Director
Three vacationing students set out to humiliate an insecure girl.
9.
For Love of Ivy (1968) as Production Design
A wealthy family finds a beau to romance their maid.
10.
The Swimmer (1968) as Art Director
A tortured man reflects on past mistakes while "swimming" home through his neighbors'''' pools.

Production Designer (feature film)

11.
Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye (1977)
The dramatization of a chapter in the best-selling book, focusing on young John Kennedy's first run for office as he sought a congressional seat in 1946.
12.
Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams (1973)
A New York City housewife faces a midlife crisis that forces her to re-consider her way of life.
13.
Your Money or Your Wife (1972)
A wacky comedy caper about a TV script writer taking revenge on an actress who walks out on his program to become the wife of the wealthy sponsor, putting a damper on many careers, by writing her into a kidnapping scheme and then turning fiction into fact.

Producer (special)

14.
Stubby Pringle's Christmas (1978) as Producer
Set in Montana in 1910, the story concerns one Stubby Pringle, a lonesome cowboy with a generous heart who brings some Christmas happiness to an impoverished homesteader, her sick husband, and two small children.

Art Director (special)

15.
All-Star Salute to Ford's Theatre, The (1986)
A gala tribute to historic Ford's Theatre in Washington (where Lincoln was assassinated in 1865) taped before a black-tie audience and featuring talent from all of the popular entertainment arts.
16.
O'Malley (1983) as Art Direction
The story of Mike O'Malley, a 1940s-style private detective working in a 1980s New York City. In the pilot episode, O'Malley defends an indigent man caught redhanded with counterfeit Kruggerands.

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