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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Under the Sea 3D (2009)
Imagine a world of incredible color and beauty: crabs wearing jellyfish for hats, fish disguised as frogs and stones. Explore nature's underwater marvels, from the terrible grandeur of a Great White to the comic antics of a lovestruck cuttlefish.
2.
Deep Sea 3D (2006)
With cinematography designed specifically for the IMAX 3D format, a documentary featuring up-close encounters with some of the world's most exotic undersea creatures.
3.
Island of the Sharks (1999) as Director
A study of sharks in the Cocos Wildlife Sanctuary, 300 miles off Costa Rica. The waters surrounding Cocos Island are said to be home to the world's largest shark population.
4.
Into the Deep (1995) as Director
Directed by renowned undersea filmmaker Howard Hall, the film takes audiences down to the unique world of the kelp forest where the interplay of colorful marine life is reminiscent of a carefully choreographed ballet. In this undersea universe of coral and rock we witness fascinating behaviors: a ma

Cast (feature film)

5.
Island of the Sharks (1999)
A study of sharks in the Cocos Wildlife Sanctuary, 300 miles off Costa Rica. The waters surrounding Cocos Island are said to be home to the world's largest shark population.
6.
Sunshine Harbor (1922) as Dr. Hopkins
7.
The Price of Innocence (1919) as Old Man Greyson
8.
The Echo of Youth (1919) as John Carlyle
9.
The Gold Cure (1919) as Doctor Rodney Paisch
10.
Flower of the Dusk (1918) as Ambrose North
11.
Flower of the Dusk (1918) as Ambrose North
12.
Mrs. Dane's Defense (1918) as Mr. Trent
13.
Treason (1918) as The husband
14.
The Hungry Heart (1917) as Richard Vaughan
15.
The Barrier (1917) as Dan Bennett/Ben Stark
When a cruel sea-captain named Bennett murders the mother of his child, the little girl is rescued and raised by Gale, a storekeeper. Years later, when the girl Necia has grown to womanhood, Bennett shows up in her Alaskan village, determined to have his vengeance on Gale and to retrieve Necia by force.
16.
Alias Mrs. Jessop (1917) as Sir Anthony Jessop
17.
Weavers of Life (1917) as Austin Pratt
18.
The Natural Law (1917) as Dr. Webster
19.
According to Law (1916) as Robert Bland
20.
The Crown Prince's Double (1916) as King Gustave
21.
22.
The Clarion (1916) as Dr. Surtaine

Cinematography (feature film)

23.
Under the Sea 3D (2009)
Imagine a world of incredible color and beauty: crabs wearing jellyfish for hats, fish disguised as frogs and stones. Explore nature's underwater marvels, from the terrible grandeur of a Great White to the comic antics of a lovestruck cuttlefish.
24.
Deep Sea 3D (2006)
With cinematography designed specifically for the IMAX 3D format, a documentary featuring up-close encounters with some of the world's most exotic undersea creatures.
25.
Journey Into Amazing Caves (2001) as Cinematographer
A journey into the world of hollow caves beneath the earth's surface. The story follows two explorers on their expedition into the ice caves of Greenland and other terrestrial caves.
26.
Island of the Sharks (1999) as Cinematographer
A study of sharks in the Cocos Wildlife Sanctuary, 300 miles off Costa Rica. The waters surrounding Cocos Island are said to be home to the world's largest shark population.

Writer (feature film)

27.
Under the Sea 3D (2009)
Imagine a world of incredible color and beauty: crabs wearing jellyfish for hats, fish disguised as frogs and stones. Explore nature's underwater marvels, from the terrible grandeur of a Great White to the comic antics of a lovestruck cuttlefish.
28.
Deep Sea 3D (2006)
With cinematography designed specifically for the IMAX 3D format, a documentary featuring up-close encounters with some of the world's most exotic undersea creatures.
29.
Island of the Sharks (1999) as Screenwriter
A study of sharks in the Cocos Wildlife Sanctuary, 300 miles off Costa Rica. The waters surrounding Cocos Island are said to be home to the world's largest shark population.
30.
The Natural Law (1917) as Scen

Director (special)

31.
Secrets of the Ocean Realm (1997) as Director
This five-part documentary explores the mysteries of the ocean depths. The behaviors of sharks, whales, dolphins and other marine dwellers are revealed in underwater sequences.
32.
Jewels of the Caribbean Sea (1994) as Director
An undersea wildlife documentary revealing marine life behavior in the waters of the Caribbean.

Cast (special)

33.
Wild Passions (1999)
Documentary goes behind-the-scenes to examine how nature and wildlife filmmakers do their work.

Cinematography (special)

34.
Inside the Space Station (2000) as Camera
An in-depth look inside the International Space Station (ISS), an engineering marvel and a stepping-tone to other planets. The program shows how astronauts train to live on the space station, explains the science behind the structure, and relates the drama and difficulties of its creation and operat

Producer (special)

35.
Secrets of the Ocean Realm (1997) as Producer
This five-part documentary explores the mysteries of the ocean depths. The behaviors of sharks, whales, dolphins and other marine dwellers are revealed in underwater sequences.
36.
Jewels of the Caribbean Sea (1994) as Producer
An undersea wildlife documentary revealing marine life behavior in the waters of the Caribbean.

Film Production - Main (special)

37.
Secret World of Sharks and Rays, The (1998) as Additional Photography
Explores the world of shark behavior, focusing on the wide variety of the sharp-toothed creatures.
38.
Jewels of the Caribbean Sea (1994) as Photography
An undersea wildlife documentary revealing marine life behavior in the waters of the Caribbean.
39.
Shark Attack Files, The (1994) as Underwater Photography
Documentary examining some of the theories on why sharks attack people.
40.
Dolphins, Whales and Us (1990) as Photography (Underwater)
A documentary special focusing on the relationship between humans and sea creatures, such as dolphins, whales and seals.
41.
I Have AIDS -- A Teenager's Story: A 3-2-1 Contact Extra (1988) as Photography
A special "3-2-1 Contact" episode which addresses some of the questions and concerns children have about AIDS. Sixteen-year-old Ryan White, a hemophiliac who contracted AIDS through a blood transfusion, is the focus of the special. The program uses simple animation to explain how the AIDS virus atta
42.
Sharks, The (1982) as Underwater Photography
This National Geographic documentary puts all the information about sharks into perspective, sifting through the sensational publicity about these fishes as vicious killers and the more sober scientific data, to reveal a creature that remains one of the great marvels of nature.

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