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Born: January 5, 1931 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Diego, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Assassination Tango (2002) as Director
John J. is deeply devoted to his girlfriend, Maggie, and to her young daughter, Jenny. He is also passionate about dancing, a talent he hones at local Brooklyn dance halls. But his skill on the dance floor seems incongruous with his profession--John is a hit man, and a very good one. Hired to assas
2.
Apostle, The (1997) as Director
A Southern preacher teaches redemption to a small town and conquers his own demons.
3.
Angelo, My Love (1983) as Director
4.
We're Not the Jet Set (1975) as Director
This documentary follows a family of rodeo artists in Nebraska.

Cast (feature film)

5.
Judge, The (2014)
A big-city lawyer who returns home after the death of his mother to learn that his estranged father, the town's judge, is suspected of murder. He sets out to discover the truth and along the way reconnects with the family he walked away from years before.
6.
Casting By (2013)
A portrait of the late, legendary casting director Marion Dougherty who was a pioneer in the field of casting before the job even received a significant credit. Establishing herself in the early 1960s with two groundbreaking television series - "Naked City" and "Route 66" - she went on to become the
7.
Jayne Mansfield's Car (2013)
When a Southern woman living in England dies, her British family takes her body to Alabama and surprisingly bonds with her Southern family.
8.
Jack Reacher (2012)
Jack Reacher, a soldier-turned-homicide investigator, works to unravel the truth behind murder allegations brought against a military sniper.
9.
Hemingway & Gellhorn (2012)
The life of Ernest Hemingway focusing on his years between 1936-1945, during which time he was involved in a tempestuous romance with war correspondent Martha Gelborn.
10.
Tribes of October (2011)
In a future New York City plagued by heat storms, a detective tracks a gangster who is going after the remnants of the NYPD.
11.
Crazy Heart (2009)
Bad Blake is a broken-down, hard-living country music singer who's had way too many marriages, far too many years on the road and one too many drinks way too many times. And yet, Bad can't help but reach for salvation with the help of Jean, a journalist who discovers the real man behind the musician. As he struggles down the road of redemption, Bad learns the hard way just how tough life can be on one man's crazy heart.
12.
Get Low (2009)
Felix Bush, a recluse, has lived in quiet desolation in the Tennessee backwoods for over 40 years. Realizing that he's near his own mortality, Bush decides to have a "living funeral party," inviting people to tell their stories about him.
13.
Road, The (2009)
In an epic, post-apocalyptic tale of survival, a father and his young son journey across a barren America that was destroyed by a mysterious cataclysm, creating a world in which men are pushed to their best their very worst.
14.
Four Christmases (2008)
No one enjoys the holidays more than Brad and Kate. Every December 25th, this happily unmarried, upscale San Francisco couple embark on a holiday tradition they have shared every year since they met--ditching their crazy families for a relaxing, fun-filled vacation in some sunny exotic locale. There, sipping margaritas by the pool, they toast the season, knowing they have once again avoided the chaos and emotional fallout of their four respective households: divorced parents, squabbling siblings, out-of-control kids and all the simmering resentments and awkward moments that are the hallmarks of every family Christmas. But not this year. Shorts and sunglasses packed, Brad and Kate are trapped at the San Francisco airport by a fogbank that cancels every outbound flight. Worse yet, they are caught on camera by a local news crew, revealing their whereabouts to the whole city--and to their families. With no escape and no excuses, they are now expected home by Brad's father. And Kate's mother. And Brad's mother. And Kate's father. Four Christmases in one day. As they brace themselves for a marathon of homecomings, Brad and Kate expect the worst--and that's exactly what they get. But as Brad counts down the minutes to their freedom, Kate surprisingly finds herself tuned to the ticking of a different clock. At the end of the day, each will gain a new perspective on where they came From--and where they're going. Getting to know themselves and each other as they really are could finally give them a chance at the kind of love they've only been playing at.
15.
Operation Homecoming (2007)
Operation Homecoming initiative has collected thousands of pieces of writing from service members and their families. The film takes a handful of this writing as a central element--presenting powerful readings of the soldier's words.
16.
Lucky You (2007)
Billie Offer is a young singer from Bakersfield with more heart than talent. Huck Cheever is a poker player whose emotions at the table often undermine his exceptional skill, especially when he is heads up with his father, poker legend L.C. Cheever. The one aptitude Billie and Huck seem to share is
17.
We Own the Night (2007)
Bobby Green has turned his back on the family business. The popular manager of El Caribe, the legendary Russian-owned nightclub in Brooklyn's Brighton Beach, he has changed his last name and concealed his connection to a long line of distinguished New York cops. For Bobby, every night is a party, as
18.
Thank You for Smoking (2005)
Nick Naylor, chief spokesman for Big Tobacco, makes his living defending the rights of smokers and cigarette makers in today's neo-puritanical culture. Confronted by health zealots out to ban tobacco and an opportunistic senator who wants to put poison labels on cigarette packs, Nick goes on a PR of
19.
Kicking & Screaming (2005) as Buck Weston
Phil Weston is an average Joe who's had to put up all his life with his overly competitive father, Buck. When Phil decides to coach his 10-year-old son's soccer team, he goes head-to-head for the league championship against Buck, who coaches his own young son on the preeminent team of the league. Old scores come into play as Phil and Buck find themselves going to extreme measures to win the championship trophy.
20.
Secondhand Lions (2003) as Hub
For 14-year old Walter, his great uncles' farm in rural Texas is the last place on earth he wants to spend the summer. Dumped off by his mother, Mae, in the middle of nowhere with two crazy old men and the promise that she'll come back for him, Walter doesn't know what to believe in. Eccentric and gruff, Hub and Garth McCaan are rumored to have been bank robbers, mafia hit men and/or war criminals in their younger days. The truth is elusive, although they do seem to have an endless supply of cash. But Walter begins to see a new side to his great uncles when he stumbles on an old photograph of a beautiful woman hidden away in a trunk and asks Garth who she is.
21.
Gods and Generals (2003) as General Robert E Lee
An epic portrayal charting the early years of the Civil War in early 1861; the tale continues through 1863, climaxing with the famous Battle of Chancellorsville. Along the way it illuminates heroes from both sides of the war, such as Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, a professor at Maine's Bowdoin College who gave up a promising academic career to enlist in the Union army, then went on to become one of the North's finest military leaders; Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee, a distinguished 25-year veteran of the United States Army and native Virginian, forced to choose between allegiance to his country and loyalty to his home state; and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, a devoutly religious man whose faith and courage and audacity made him an outstanding soldier and Lee's most trusted lieutenant. The tremendous suffering and bravery of the Civil War was not confined to the battlefields. Also explored are the stories of the wives and families who were forced to assume responsibility at home, often in cities under direct attack from the opposition. Joshua Chamberlain's wife Fanny, Thomas Jackson's wife Anna and Jane Beale, whose family was caught in the Battle of Fredericksburg, reflect the spirit, courage and anxiety of those who were left behind.
22.
Open Range (2003) as Boss Spearman
Boss Spearman, Charley Waite, Mose Harrison and "Button" freegraze their cattle across the vast prairies of the West, sharing a friendship forged by a steadfast code of honor and living a life unencumbered by civilization. When their wayward herd forces them near the small town of Harmonville, the cowboys encounter a corrupt Sheriff and kingpin rancher who govern the territory through fear, tyranny and violence. Boss and Charley find themselves inextricably drawn towards the inevitable showdown as they are forced to defend the freedom and values of a lifestyle that is all too quickly vanishing. Amidst this turmoil, life suddenly takes an unexpected turn for loner Charley when he meets the beautiful and warm-spirited Sue Barlow, a woman who embraces both his heart and his soul. As these courageous men prepare for the decisive battle that looms, they are also forced to confront and conquer their own internal demons.
23.
John Q (2002) as Lieutenant Frank Grimes
John Q. Archibald is an ordinary man who works at a factory and takes care of his family. His wife Denise and young son Michael are his world. But when Michael falls seriously ill and needs an emergency heart transplant operation that John Q. can't afford and his health insurance won't cover, he vows to do whatever it will take to keep his son alive. With time and options running out, a desperate gamble becomes his only hope--he takes the emergency room hostage. As John Q. barricades himself inside the hospital along with his unwitting group of emergency room hostages, many of them in need of medical care themselves, he faces off with a veteran police hostage negotiator and a quick-tempered police chief who both want to bring a swift end to the stand-off.
24.
Assassination Tango (2002) as John J
John J. is deeply devoted to his girlfriend, Maggie, and to her young daughter, Jenny. He is also passionate about dancing, a talent he hones at local Brooklyn dance halls. But his skill on the dance floor seems incongruous with his profession--John is a hit man, and a very good one. Hired to assas
26.
Shot at Glory, A (2000) as Gordon Mcleod
Seasoned goalkeeper-turned-coach Gordon McLeod makes a pact with best friend and fellow coach Martin Smith to turn down offers from a prestigious premier club. When Martin rescinds his promise and accepts an enticing contract, the betrayed Gordon returns to his home-town fishing village. But the lur
27.
6th Day, The (2000) as Dr Griffin Weir
In the near future when the cloning of all species except for humans is legal, family man Adam Gibson comes home from work one day to discover that a clone has replaced him. He must next save himself from the assassins who need to destroy him in order to protect their secret. Then he must uncover who and what is behind the horrible things happening to him.
28.
Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000) as Otto Halliwell
Randall "Memphis" Raines long ago abandoned his life of crime, but after an ominous visit from an old friend, he finds he has no choice but to return to what he does best--stealing cars--in order to save his brother's life. It all comes down to one night, 50 cars and a mafia contract. A true automobile afficionado, Memphis has a burning passion for cars. He knows and loves every nut and bolt, every gleaming piece of chrome. Memphis is a car thief of legendary proportions. No fancy lock or alarm can stop him; your car will be there and gone in 60 seconds. Though he's always eluded the law while boosting every make and model imaginable, will his rusty skills be enough to rescue his brother from a particularly dangerous high stakes caper?
29.
Civil Action, A (1998) as Jerome Facher
Jan Schlichtmann, a lawyer with a desire to achieve financial and material success without losing his belief in the justice system, agrees to take on two powerful corporations (Beatrice Foods and W.R. Grace) when members of eight families in the Boston industrial suburb of Woburn are stricken with leukemia due to toxic poisoning in their tap water. Instead of being a quick-win case, it becomes a financial black hole into which Schlictmann pours $2.5 million as he fights for years against the bottomless coffers of the corporate world. Though he eventually negotiates an $8,000,000 settlement from W.R. Grace, he falls into a personal state of financial ruin in the process.
30.
Deep Impact (1998) as Spurgen Tanner
After it's discovered that a comet is heading toward Earth, a U.S. spaceship is launched to blow it up. The plan fails, splitting the comet into two pieces, both hurtling towards different parts of North America. One is expected to trigger catastrophic tidal waves on the eastern seaboard and the other to create dense clouds of dust that could wipe out all life.
31.
Gingerbread Man, The (1998) as Dixon Doss
Savannah lawyer Rick Magruder is at a party celebrating his courtroom victory defending a cop killer when a member of the catering staff, Mallory Doss, discovers her car has been stolen. Having had a few drinks, Magruder offers to give her a lift home, a decision that turns into a one night stand. R
32.
Apostle, The (1997) as Euliss 'Sonny' Dewey
A Southern preacher teaches redemption to a small town and conquers his own demons.
33.
Family Thing, A (1996) as Earl Pilcher, Jr
Earl Pilcher, Jr., has lived his entire life in the same house in the same town in rural Arkansas. An ordinary man, he was raised in the Southern traditions of family and, now in his 60s, his world is settled and uncomplicated. But Earl is about to discover that the one person he knows the least abo
34.
Phenomenon (1996) as Doc
Everybody in the small town of Harmon knows George Malley as a nice guy, a good auto mechanic, and a dependable friend. But on his 37th birthday George begins to change. As a result of an extraordinary occurrence, George's seemingly unremarkable life takes a mystifying and wonderous turn. George has a sudden insatiable appetite for learning, and begins to comprehend the beauty and intelligence of the universe. Suspicious about the new-found power of George's mind, and apprehensive of the riddle he has become, George's life-long friends begin to turn away from him. But with the love and support of the cautious, yet caring, Lace, George is able to see the larger picture of his place in the scheme of things, and to trust the remarkable path of his life.
35.
Man Who Captured Eichmann, The (1996) as Adolf Eichmann
After an Israeli discovers the whereabouts of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi who organized the delivery of millions of Jews to Hitler's concentration camps, he and other Israeli Mossad agents devise an elaborate plan to bring the war criminal from Argentina to Israel to stand trial.
36.
Sling Blade (1996) as Karl'S Father
A mentally challenged man, who murdered his mother and her lover, is released from prison and befriends a young boy in a small town.
37.
Stars Fell On Henrietta, The (1995) as Mr Cox
Set in the Texas Dustbowl of 1935, the threadbare existence of a small group of people is changed forever when they share the dreams of a wildcat oilman who refuses to give up his faith in himself and those around him.
38.
Scarlet Letter, The (1995) as Roger Prynne
Set in puritanical Boston in the mid 1600s, the story of seamstress Hester Prynne, who is outcast after she becomes pregnant by a respected reverend. She refuses to divulge the name of the father, is "convicted" of adultery and forced to wear a scarlet "A" until an Indian attack unites the Puritans and leads to a reevaluation of their laws and morals.
39.
Something to Talk About (1995) as Wyly King
Grace King Bichon has the perfect life... Or at least that's what she's always thought--until she sees her husband giving an unknown young woman a passionate kiss on his lunch hour. Then, suddenly, everything about her picture-perfect existence begins to look very different to her. She reconsiders her traditional Southern-gentry family--her strong-willed father, Wyly King, who has built a horse-breeding empire by making sure his word is law--her gracious, genteel mother, Georgia, who has quietly acquiesed to Wyly's will for decades--her feisty sister, Emma Rae, who's the one person in the family who sees things as they really are--her young daughter, Caroline, already an expert horsewoman, but determined to ride a challenging, bigger horse in the upcoming Grand Prix competition--and of course, her husband, Eddie, Grace's college sweetheart, whose gradual disenchantment with their marriage has been all but invisible to Grace. Until now.
40.
Paper, The (1994) as Bernie White
Workaholic New York City tabloid editor Henry Hackett loves the adrenaline rush his job gives him, but the long hours and lousy salary are starting to grate on his wife Martha. With the paper facing cutbacks and his wife pregnant, Hackett contemplates taking a more sedate job with a more respectable
41.
Wrestling Ernest Hemingway (1993) as Walt
Two elderly, retired men become friends despite their dissimilarities. As they are invigorated and challenged by the time they spend together, they come to new insights about themselves and the women who occupy various roles in their lives.
42.
Cachao: Like His Rhythm There Is No Other (1993) as Himself
A look at Israel "Cachao" Lopez, the Cuban musical genius, whose music is steeped in the rich African-based folklore of Cuba as well as the traditions of classical and symphonic music.
43.
Geronimo: An American Legend (1993) as Al Sieber
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.
44.
Falling Down (1993) as Prendergast
This crisp, remastered deluxe edition of "Falling Down" (1993) stars Michael Douglas as a laid-off defense worker kept from seeing his child on her birthday by a restraining order. A hot, congested bad day in Los Angeles goes from bad to worse, causing him to suddenly snap, setting off on a bitter and pathetic mission to right all the wrongs that have been done to him. Douglas shines as an average white guy pushed too far.
45.
Stalin (1992) as Stalin
A biopic about Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.
46.
Plague, The (1992) as Joseph Grand
Contemporary adaptation of Albert Camus' 1947 novel, set in a port city in Latin America in 1991.
47.
Newsies (1992) as Joseph Pulitzer
A musical about the 1899 newsboy strike.
48.
Convicts (1991) as Soll Gautier
Continuing story of a young boy growing up in a small town in Texas. Young Horace Robedaux works on a violent southern farm plantation.
49.
Rambling Rose (1991) as Daddy Hillyer
A warmly comic drama set in the South in 1935 about a housemaid's sensual effect on the oddball family she works for.
50.
Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (1991)
A documentary on the making of the 1979 feature film "Apocalypse Now."
51.
Days of Thunder (1990) as Harry Hogge
Cole Trickle (Tom Cruise) certainly appears to have all the right moves both on and off the stock car racing track. His natural talent catches the attention of Tim Dolan (Randy Quaid) who offers him a sponsorship. Grizzled NASCAR veteran Harry Hogge (Robert Duvall) comes on board to smooth out Cole's rough edges and Dr. Claire Lewicki (Nicole Kidman) provides the romance. All Cole needs to do is to discover a little humility. That happens after a track accident makes him rethink his place in the world. Back on the track, Cole brings home the trophy. Plenty of fast-paced race car action in this Tony Scott directed flick.
52.
Show Of Force, A (1990) as Howard Baslin
An American journalist in 1978 Puerto Rico investigates the murder of a nationalist, possibly by the police.
53.
Handmaid's Tale, The (1990) as Commander
Set in a futuristic america, the story of one woman's plight to find love in a world where women are assigned to men and made to bear thir children.
54.
Colors (1988) as Bob Hodges
A new cop is shown the ropes by his world-weary partner. As they prowl the dangerous streets of Los Angeles, they try to keep a lid on gang violence.
55.
Hotel Colonial (1987) as Carrasco
In finding that the body he came to South America to claim is not his brother's, a man is caught in a deadly game of intrigue.
56.
Let's Get Harry (1986) as Norman Shike
An American engineer (Harmon) on loan to Colombia, is taken hostage and held for ranson. His brother, Corey and friend, are among a group of men lead by Shrike (Duvall) to go deep into the jungles of Colombia to rescue Harry and an American ambassador.
57.
Belizaire The Cajun (1986) as Preacher
Period drama about the persecution of Cajuns by Louisiana landowners during the 1850s.
58.
Lightship, The (1985) as Calvin Caspary
A band of criminals hijack a Coast Guard ship and face a stern showdown with the ship's captain.
59.
Stone Boy, The (1984) as Joe Hillerman
60.
The Natural (1984) as Max Mercy
An overaged baseball player comes out of nowhere to save his team.
61.
Terry Fox Story, The (1983) as Bill Vigars
Young Canadian athlete Terry Fox's cross-country Marathon of Hope after losing a leg to cancer was dramatized in this movie heralded as the first made exclusively for HBO. Filmed in Canada with a basically local cast and crew (and Eric Fryer making his acting debut as Fox), it had two actors from th
62.
Tender Mercies (1983) as Mac Sledge
An alcoholic country star stranded in a small town finds love.
63.
Pursuit Of D.B. Cooper, The (1981) as Gruen
Jim Meade is a former Army man who has an imaginive robbery plan. Boarding an airliner under the name "D.B. Cooper," Meade hijacks the plane, holds it for $200,000 in ransom, and then parachutes into the woods near where his wife lives. Having recently separated, the couple reconcile and start to he
64.
True Confessions (1981) as Tom Spellacy
A police detective clashes with his brother, a monsignor, during a murder investigation.
65.
Great Santini (1979) as Bull Meechum
A marine has problems adjusting to domestic life during peacetime.
66.
Apocalypse Now (1979) as Lieutenant-Colonel Bill Kilgore
An Army captain travels to Cambodia during the Vietnam War to terminate a renegade officer.
67.
Gift of Fury, The (1979)
The four Meechum kids and their mother move from Marine post to Marine post, following their father, a pilot, in the peaceful years before the Vietnam war. Bull Meechum, the self-described "great Santini," is manic: a martinet at once enthusiastic and abusive of his family. In Beaufort, South Carolina, Bull is assigned to whip into shape a squadron of pilots, and Ben makes friends with Toomer, a slow-talking Black youth. Racial and family tensions explode in violence, and Ben must find a way to make peace with his father.
68.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) as Priest On A Swing
Alien spores replace the people of San Francisco with emotionless pod people.
69.
Betsy, The (1978) as Loren Hardeman Iii
The patriarch of a family-owned corporation hires a young race car driver to help him design a fuel efficient car in secrecy. They face resistance from the president of the company (the patriarch's grandson), who wishes to eliminate the motor car division because of bad blood between himself and his grandfather. During flashbacks, a parallel set of problems is revealed in the family's past, problems that persist into the present, and the race car driver gets deeper into the web of deception and corporate intrigue.
70.
The Greatest (1977) as Bill Mcdonald
Muhammad Ali risks his championship status by speaking out against the Vietnam War.
71.
The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1976) as Dr Watson
Sherlock Holmes seeks psychiatric help from Sigmund Freud and gets caught up in mystery.
72.
Network (1976) as Frank Hackett
Television programmers turn a deranged news anchor into 'the mad prophet of the airwaves.'
73.
The Eagle Has Landed (1976) as Lieutenant-Colonel Max Radl
German paratroopers land covertly in England during World War II.
74.
Killer Elite, The (1975) as George Hansen
Two professional killers employed by the C.I.A. become dangerous enemies when one of them betrays the other.
75.
Breakout (1975) as Ray Wagner
Maverick bush pilot Charles Bronson agrees to rescue a man framed for murder from an impregnable Mexican jail.
76.
The Outfit (1974) as Earl Macklin
An ex-con takes on the mob to avenge his brother's death.
77.
The Conversation (1974) as Mr. C.
A surveillance expert uncovers a murder plot within a corrupt corporation.
78.
Godfather, Part II, The (1974) as Tom Hagen
Continuing saga of the Corleone family as they move to Nevada and make the casino business their major income source under the leadership of the increasingly paranoid and malevolent Michael, whose reign as the "Don" is juxtaposed against the parallel tale of his father's escape from Sicily as a young boy and his subsequent rise to power in New York's Lower East Side during the turn-of-the-century.
79.
Lady Ice (1973) as Ford Pierce
Andy Hammond is an insurance company investigator who is working on a case involving the theft of three million dollars worth of diamonds. He is working enthusiastically to solve the robbery until he meets Paula Booth, a lovely young woman whose father is the prime suspect. .
80.
Badge 373 (1973) as Eddie Ryan
A suspended cop sets out to avenge his partner's murder.
81.
The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (1972) as Jesse James
This film chronicles the most daring robbery of the James Younger gang. On September 7, 1876, the gang held up the bank in Northfield, Minnesota which was known at the time as "the biggest bank west of the Mississippi."
82.
Joe Kidd (1972) as Frank Harlan
Joe Kidd is a former bounty hunter who is now trying to earn his living as a horse rancher and tracker. He is hired by a greedy land-grabber to find and capture Luis Chama, a Mexican revolutionary who is organizing the peasants to reclaim the land that is rightfully theirs.
83.
The Godfather (1972) as Tom Hagen
Epic tale of a 1940s New York Mafia family and their struggle to protect their empire from rival families as the leadership switches from the father to his youngest son.
84.
Tomorrow (1972) as Jackson Fentry
A lonely farmer cares for an abandoned mother and her infant.
85.
Lawman (1971) as Vernon Adams
A by-the-books sheriff courts disaster when he takes on a corrupt town boss.
86.
THX 1138 (1971) as THX [1138]
In an underground, totalitarian society in the future, sexuality has been outlawed and constant sedation of men and women is mandatory. But THX 1138 and his female roommate LUH 3417 have been cutting back on their medications and have fallen in love, so THX 1138 is imprisoned for drug evasion and misconduct of a sexual nature. With help from an inmate, THX 1138 breaks out to find LUH3417 who is pregnant. Because the funding for fugitive pursuits are quite limited, THX 1138 will survive if he can evade the robocops, but his vehicle keeps overheating and surveillance is everywhere.
87.
M*A*S*H (1970) as Maj. Frank Burns
The staff of a Korean War field hospital use humor to keep their sanity during wartime.
88.
The Revolutionary (1970) as Despard
89.
True Grit (1969) as Ned Pepper
A young girl recruits an aging U.S. marshal to help avenge her father's death.
90.
The Rain People (1969) as Gordon
A housewife who feels trapped leaves home and takes up with a hitchhiker.
91.
The Detective (1968) as Nestor
Police detective Joe Leland (Frank Sinatra) investigates the murder of a homosexual man. While investigating, he discovers links to official corruption in New York City in this drama that delves into a world of sex and drugs. Based on the Roderick Thorpe novel.
92.
Countdown (1968) as Chiz
An astronaut takes a one-way voyage to the moon.
93.
Bullitt (1968) as Weissberg
When mobsters kill the witness he was assigned to protect, a dedicated policeman investigates the case on his own.
94.
The Chase (1966) as Edwin Stewart
A convict's escape ignites passions in his hometown.
95.
Nightmare in the Sun (1964) as Motorcyclists
96.
To Kill a Mockingbird (1963) as Arthur "Boo" Radley
A young girl grows up fast when her lawyer father defends a black man accused of raping a white woman.
97.
Captain Newman, M. D. (1963) as Capt. Paul Cabot Winston
A World War II Army psychiatrist tries to help his battle-shocked patients.

Writer (feature film)

98.
Assassination Tango (2002) as Screenwriter
John J. is deeply devoted to his girlfriend, Maggie, and to her young daughter, Jenny. He is also passionate about dancing, a talent he hones at local Brooklyn dance halls. But his skill on the dance floor seems incongruous with his profession--John is a hit man, and a very good one. Hired to assas
99.
Shot at Glory, A (2000) as Screenwriter
Seasoned goalkeeper-turned-coach Gordon McLeod makes a pact with best friend and fellow coach Martin Smith to turn down offers from a prestigious premier club. When Martin rescinds his promise and accepts an enticing contract, the betrayed Gordon returns to his home-town fishing village. But the lur
100.
Apostle, The (1997) as Screenwriter
A Southern preacher teaches redemption to a small town and conquers his own demons.
101.
Angelo, My Love (1983) as Screenwriter

Producer (feature film)

102.
Get Low (2009)
Felix Bush, a recluse, has lived in quiet desolation in the Tennessee backwoods for over 40 years. Realizing that he's near his own mortality, Bush decides to have a "living funeral party," inviting people to tell their stories about him.
103.
For Sale by Owner (2009)
Will Custis is a young preservation architect whose latest project takes him from the hallways of the esteemed University of Virginia to the banks of the Chesapeake Bay on a dark search for answers to one of America's oldest and most lasting legends: the legend of the Lost Colony.
104.
Crazy Heart (2009)
Bad Blake is a broken-down, hard-living country music singer who's had way too many marriages, far too many years on the road and one too many drinks way too many times. And yet, Bad can't help but reach for salvation with the help of Jean, a journalist who discovers the real man behind the musician. As he struggles down the road of redemption, Bad learns the hard way just how tough life can be on one man's crazy heart.
105.
Assassination Tango (2002) as Producer
John J. is deeply devoted to his girlfriend, Maggie, and to her young daughter, Jenny. He is also passionate about dancing, a talent he hones at local Brooklyn dance halls. But his skill on the dance floor seems incongruous with his profession--John is a hit man, and a very good one. Hired to assas
106.
Shot at Glory, A (2000) as Producer
Seasoned goalkeeper-turned-coach Gordon McLeod makes a pact with best friend and fellow coach Martin Smith to turn down offers from a prestigious premier club. When Martin rescinds his promise and accepts an enticing contract, the betrayed Gordon returns to his home-town fishing village. But the lur
107.
Apostle, The (1997) as Executive Producer
A Southern preacher teaches redemption to a small town and conquers his own demons.
108.
Man Who Captured Eichmann, The (1996) as Executive Producer
After an Israeli discovers the whereabouts of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi who organized the delivery of millions of Jews to Hitler's concentration camps, he and other Israeli Mossad agents devise an elaborate plan to bring the war criminal from Argentina to Israel to stand trial.
109.
Family Thing, A (1996) as Producer
Earl Pilcher, Jr., has lived his entire life in the same house in the same town in rural Arkansas. An ordinary man, he was raised in the Southern traditions of family and, now in his 60s, his world is settled and uncomplicated. But Earl is about to discover that the one person he knows the least abo
110.
Tender Mercies (1983) as Associate Producer
An alcoholic country star stranded in a small town finds love.
111.
Angelo, My Love (1983) as Producer

Music (feature film)

112.
Crazy Heart (2009)
Bad Blake is a broken-down, hard-living country music singer who's had way too many marriages, far too many years on the road and one too many drinks way too many times. And yet, Bad can't help but reach for salvation with the help of Jean, a journalist who discovers the real man behind the musician. As he struggles down the road of redemption, Bad learns the hard way just how tough life can be on one man's crazy heart.
113.
Apostle, The (1997) as Song Performer ("There Ain'T No Grave (Gonna Hold My Body Down)")
A Southern preacher teaches redemption to a small town and conquers his own demons.
114.
1918 (1985) as Song Performer
In 1918, patriotism fluourishes in a small town in Texas during the height of United States' involvement in World War I. As young men swept up in the furvor enilst, Horace Robedaux is torn. Horace does not want to leave his wife Elizabeth and young daughter Jenny, but his wife's father, who opposed
115.
Tender Mercies (1983) as Song Performer ("Fool'S Waltz" "I'Ve Decided To Leave Here Forever")
An alcoholic country star stranded in a small town finds love.
116.
Tender Mercies (1983) as Songs
An alcoholic country star stranded in a small town finds love.
117.
Apocalypse Now (1979) as Song ("Love Me And Let Me Love You")
An Army captain travels to Cambodia during the Vietnam War to terminate a renegade officer.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

118.
Belizaire The Cajun (1986) as Creative Consultant
Period drama about the persecution of Cajuns by Louisiana landowners during the 1850s.

Cast (special)

119.
Brando (Part 2) (2007)
The two-part original documentary on the larger-than-life actor's life on-screen and off. Features interviews with Robert Duvall, James Caan, Jane Fonda, Al Pacino and Martin Scorsese.
120.
Brando (Part 1) (2007)
The two-part original documentary on the larger-than-life actor's life on-screen and off. Features interviews with Robert Duvall, James Caan, Jane Fonda, Al Pacino and Martin Scorsese.
121.
James Caan: Making a Scene (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of actor James Caan.
122.
With the Filmmaker: Portraits By Albert Maysles (2001)
Documentary special that focuses on filmmakers and their personal visions.
123.
14th Independent Spirit Awards (1999)
Coverage of the 14th Independent Spirit awards presentation from Santa Monica, California.
124.
70th Annual Academy Awards, The (1998)
Live presentation of the 70th annual Academy Awards.
125.
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (1998)
Live presentation of the fourth annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards ceremony, from the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.
126.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1996)
Presentation of the 19th annual Kennedy Center Honors. The 1996 honorees are dancer Maria Tallchief, singer Johnny Cash, jazz saxophonist and composer Benny Carter, actor Jack Lemmon, and playwright Edward Albee.
127.
Ralph Emery: On the Record With Waylon Jennings (1996) as Interviewee
Ralph Emery interviews country music star Waylon Jennings.
128.
64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1992) as Presenter
Live coverage of the sixty-fourth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
129.
Lonesome Dove: The Making of an Epic (1992)
A special featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the TV miniseries "Lonesome Dove." Included are interviews with the cast.
130.
26th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1991)
A live broadcast of the twenty-sixth annual presentation of the Academy of Country Music Awards honoring outstanding country-music artists.
131.
Sanford Meisner: The Theater's Best Kept Secret (1990) as Interviewee
A documentary about one of the founding members of the Group Theater and one of the American theater's best-known teachers of actors, Sanford Meisner.
132.
Godfather Family: A Look Inside, The (1990) as Himself
A special featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "The Godfather," "The Godfather Part II," and the sequel "The Godfather Part III."
133.
41st Annual Emmy Awards, The (1989)
Live telecast of the 41st annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
134.
Guilty Or Not Guilty (1966) as Frank Reeser
The story, set in New York City, relates the exploits of Gregg Collier, an assistant District Attorney. In the pilot episode, Collier attempts to get the goods on a suspected mugger.

Cast (special)

135.
Lonesome Dove (1989) as Gus Mccrae
A four-part miniseries adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about two former Texas Rangers who, after the Civil War, drive their cattle from Lonesome Dove, Texas, to the wide-open spaces of the Montana territory, hoping to establishing a ranch there.
136.
Ike: The War Years (1978) as General Dwight D Eisenhower
Eisenhower the military man is the focus of this TV miniseries, his relationship with the other wartime leaders, and, very discreetly, his personal relationship with his driver, Kay Summersby. "Ike" came up with five Emmy Award nominations: Outstanding Cinematography (Part 2), Outstanding Film Editi

Cast (short)

137.
Shakespeare Brando (2007)
Actors and directors discuss Marlon Brando's Shakespearean performances in this short film.
138.
Dining with Brando (2007)
Actors and directors recount interesting dining experiences with Marlon Brando in this short documentary.

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