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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Huey Long (1985) as Narration

Writer (feature film)

2.
Truman (1995) as Book As Source Material ("Truman")
Biography of President Harry S. Truman, chronicling his life from World War I through his presidency.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

3.
Vegas Vacation (1997) as Desert Tortoise Biologist
Nobody plans a vacation better than Clark Griswold. This time out, Clark has finally chosen the perfect destination. He's selected the Promised Land where the Griswolds can enjoy their own special brand of kinship and reach certain vacation nirvana: the new family-entertainment capital of America -- Las Vegas, Nevada. But Clark didn't count on one thing. Despite Vegas' new image as a city with wholesome activities for the whole family to enjoy, its tempting underbelly still lures the unsuspecting with its glitzy, glammy enchantments. And each wide-eyed member of the Griswold gang becomes seduced by the easy enticements of Sin City. Can the Griswolds come back together once they've tasted the high life in Lost Wages? Before their Vegas voyage is over, they'll see and do it all: wonder at the illusion of a Siegfried & Roy stage extravaganza, scale the dizzying heights of the Hoover Dam, thrill at the bulbs and buzz on the Strip and indulge in the decadent pleasures of the big-ticket suites.

Cast (special)

4.
Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln: A House Divided (2001) as Narration
Dual biography of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln, focusing on their marriage. The program follows the couple from their strikingly different childhoods to their years in the White House; uncovers their ambitions and fears; and paints a picture of a couple who loved each other, quarreled inten
5.
Napoleon (2000) as Narration
Documentary depicting the story of Napoleon Bonaparte, who strode the world stage as soldier, emperor and statesman for nearly two decades after riding the wave of the French Revolution to extraordinary power. Napoleon's story is told with paintings by great artists of the day -- Ingres, Goya, David
6.
Secrets of a Master Builder (2000) as Narration
Profile of James Buchanan Eads, a self-made man and one of America's greatest engineers, who led a life inextricably intertwined with the nation's most important waterway, the Mississippi River. He explored the river bottom in a diving bell of his own design; made a fortune salvaging wrecks; built t
7.
Joe DiMaggio: The Hero's Life (2000) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about sports hero Joe DiMaggio. Raised in a poor Italian fishing community in San Francisco, Joe DiMaggio joined the New York Yankees in 1936 and quickly rose to become the star of baseball's golden age.
8.
John Brown's Holy War (2000) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about John Brown, a man who, in the 1850s, embarked on a religious crusade against slavery that was based on religious faith -- yet carried out with shocking violence. His execution at Harpers Ferry, Virginia sparked a chain of events that led to the Civil War.
9.
Eleanor Roosevelt (2000) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about Eleanor Roosevelt -- the most powerful woman in the United States for over 30 years. The niece of one president and wife of another, she was a tireless advocate for the disadvantaged, a woman who influenced American social policies for decades and pushed through the first internati
10.
Duel, The (2000) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about the 1804 duel between Alexander Hamilton, an impoverished immigrant from the West Indies who rose to become a framer of the U.S. Constitution and the architect of America's political economy, and Aaron Burr, a man born to wealth and privilege who served with distinction in the Revo
11.
Houdini (2000) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about magician Harry Houdini. In 1912, Houdini was lowered into the East River in a chain-wrapped crate. The crowd of spectators gasped and reporters pulled out their stopwatches. Houdini was out in less than a minute. The resulting media blitz established him forever as the world's grea
12.
Jubilee Singers: Sacrifice and Glory (2000) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about the Jubilee Singers. In the chaotic decade following the Civil War, a group of young ex-slaves in Nashville, Tennessee, set out to save their bankrupt school by giving concerts. Traveling first through cities in the North, then on to venues across Europe, the Jubilee Singers introd
13.
Nixon's China Game (2000) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about President Richard Nixon's visit to Beijing for an encounter with Chairman Mao Tse-tung in 1972, after a quarter-century of mutual antagonism between the United States and China. The climax of a secret White House initiative headed by Henry Kissinger, the diplomatic breakthrough sho
14.
George Wallace: Settin' the Woods on Fire (2000) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about George Wallace, the governor of Alabama for 20 years and four-time presidential candidate. The program examines the life of the man who divided a nation and launched a conservative movement that transformed the country. Born in 1919 in rural south Alabama, George Wallace was raise
15.
Building Big (2000) as Interviewee
Documentary that features some of the planet's most spectacular structures, highlighting the engineering principles and human stories behind these achievements. Part 1 focuses on bridges, from the stone arch bridges of the Roman Empire, to Japan's giant all-steel Akashi-Kaikyo suspension bridge, th
16.
Wizard of Photography, The (2000) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about George Eastman, the innovator and entrepreneur who revolutionized the photographic industry, transforming a complex, expensive technology used by a small professional elite into one that anyone could use. Includes dramatic re-enactments.
17.
Rescue at Sea (1999) as Narration
On January 14, 1909, two ships -- one carrying Italian immigrants to New York, the other American tourists to Europe -- collided in a dense fog off Nantucket Island. In a moment, more than 1500 lives became dependent on a new technology, wireless telegraph, and a 26-year-old wireless operator who se
18.
Lost in the Grand Canyon (1999) as Host ("The American Experience")
In the summer of 1869, a one-armed Civil War veteran, John Wesley Powell, led an epic journey down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. It was the last important exploration within the continental United States. Powell went on to write a literary classic about his trip; explore the region fo
19.
Race For the Superbomb (1999) as Host ("The American Experience")
At the dawn of the Cold War, the United States initiated a top-secret program in New Mexico to build a weapon even more powerful than the atomic bombs dropped on Japan. A world away, the Soviet Union began a similar effort. A web of spies and scientists, intrigue and deception marked the race to dev
20.
Meltdown at Three Mile Island (1999) as Host ("The American Experience")
On March 28, 1979, a reactor at Three Mile Island nuclear power facility near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, overheated, releasing radioactive gas and water. During the next week, scientists scrambled to prevent a meltdown, officials rushed in to calm public fears and more than 100,000 residents fled to
21.
Fly Girls (1999) as Host ("The American Experience")
During World War II, more than a thousand women signed up to fly with the United States military. Wives, mothers, actresses and debutantes who joined the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) test-piloted aircraft, ferried planes and logged 60 million miles in the air. Thiry-eight women died in serv
22.
Alone on the Ice (1999) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary relating the exploration of Richard E. Byrd in the polar regions of the Earth. He was an aviation pioneer, the first credited to fly an airplane over the North Pole in 1926, then first over the South Pole in the following year. In 1934 he became the first to experience winter in the inte
23.
Hoover Dam (1999) as Host ("The American Experience")
The Hoover Dam, rising more than 700 feet above the waters of the Colorado River, was called one of the greatest engineering works in history. Built during the Depression, men desperate for work struggled against the heat, dust and heights to build a colossus of concrete that brought electricity and
24.
MacArthur (1999) as Host ("The American Experience"); Interviewee
Profile of American general Douglas MacArthur -- liberator of the Philippines; shogun of occupied Japan; and victor of the Battle of Inchon.
25.
Rescue at Sea (1999) as Host ("The American Experience")
On January 14, 1909, two ships -- one carrying Italian immigrants to New York, the other American tourists to Europe -- collided in a dense fog off Nantucket Island. In a moment, more than 1500 lives became dependent on a new technology, wireless telegraph, and a 26-year-old wireless operator who se
26.
America 1900 (1998) as Narration
Documentary examines the emerging forces of America in 1900 that would come to shape the 20th century.
27.
Surviving the Dust Bowl (1998) as Host ("The American Experience")
For 10 years, beginning in 1930, dust storms ravaged the parched and overplowed southern plains, turning bountiful wheat fields into desert. They were called "Black Blizzards," dark clouds reaching miles into the sky, churning millions of tons of dirt into torrents of destruction. Disease, hardship
28.
America 1900 (1998) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary examines the emerging forces of America in 1900 that would come to shape the 20th century.
29.
Influenza 1918 (1998) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary on the flu epidemic which ravaged America starting in Spring 1918. In less than a year, the epidemic killed 675,000 people, more than died in all the wars of the 20th century combined, before disappearing as mysteriously as it began.
30.
Mr. Miami Beach (1998) as Host ("The American Experience")
A master promoter who produced elaborate spectacles to sell bicycles and cars, Carl Fisher had already made a fortune and built a motor speedway in his native Indianapolis when he was seized by a vision. On a narrow strip of swampland near Miami, Fisher created a tropical paradise of sand and palm t
31.
Midwife's Tale, A (1998) as Host ("The American Experience")
Dramatization of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book about Martha Ballard, a midwife and mother in the wilds of Maine during the decades following the American Revolution. Ballard, kept a 27-year diary, from which Laurel Thatcher Ulrich wrote her book. An extraordinary woman, Ballard struggled against p
32.
Reagan (1998) as Host ("The American Experience")
Two-part documentary special on Ronald Reagan, who in 1989, after two terms in office, left the White House as one of the most popular presidents of the 20th century and one of the most controversial. When his Hollywood career began to wane, Reagan turned to politics. His opponents underestimated hi
33.
David McCullough: Early 20th Century (1998) as Interviewee
Journalist Roger Mudd interviews author and historian David McCullough about his theories, observations and predictions.
34.
Around the World in 72 Days (1997) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about Nellie Bly, one of the first female newspaper reporters, who worked for the "New York World" at the end of the 19th century and was a practitioner of "stunt journalism." Focuses on two of her exploits: her inmate's-eye view of an asylum in New York City and her journey around the w
35.
Big Dream, Small Screen (1997) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary charting the genesis of Philo T. Farnsworth's development of the first working electronic television.
36.
Gold Fever (1997) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary examining the hardships faced by gold prospectors in the Yukon rush of the the 1890s. Features photographs, personal correspondance, interviews, and expert reports.
37.
Truman (1997) as Host ("The American Experience"); Interviewee
Two-part documentary on the life of Harry S. Truman, President of the United States from 1945-1953.
38.
New York Underground (1997) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary charting the development of the New York City subway system at the turn of the 20th century.
39.
Hawaii's Last Queen (1997) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary on the reign of Liliu'okalani, who ruled Hawaii in the late 1800s. As the powerful American business community in Hawaii moved to gain control of the island nation, Liliu'okalani was caught in the middle.
40.
Richest Man in the World: Andrew Carnegie, The (1997) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary following the life of Andrew Carnegie from his impoverished origins in Dunfermline, Scotland, through his business career. Also traces the roots of Carnegie's philanthropy, eventually giving away $350 million.
41.
Telephone, The (1997) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about the invention of the telephone and how it quickly was transformed from novelty into necessity at the turn of the 20th century.
42.
Daley, The Last Boss (1996) as Host ("The American Experience")
Portrait of Richard Daley, Chicago's mayor from 1955 until his death in 1976, who rose through the ranks to become the leader of arguably the mightiest political machine in the country.
43.
Riding the Tiger (1996) as Interviewee
Special explores the role of the presidency thorugh the eyes of former presidents Carter and Ford, their wives and Lady Bird Johnson. The former White House residents discuss the critical moments of their presidential terms, as well as the job's demands on their conscience and characters. The specia
44.
Character Above All (1996)
Examination of the impact of character on the leadership of the presidents who served the United States from 1932 to 1992. Discussion by historians, biographers and journalists.
45.
Wright Stuff, The (1996) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary recounting how Wilbur and Orville Wright became world celebrities when, after producing the first plane to really fly in 1903, they had to prove to the public that they had actually mastered manned flight.
46.
Spy in the Sky (1996) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary recounting the story of the U-2, the CIA's top-secret project whereby especially recruited pilots flew spy planes over the USSR deployed to uncover information about the Soviets' military capabilities during the 1950s.
47.
Battle Over Citizen Kane, The (1996) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary recounting the clash between Orson Welles and William Randolph Hearst over the production and release of Welles' 1941 film, "Citizen Kane," which was a brutal portrait of the newspaper magnate.
48.
TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt (1996) as Series Host ("The American Experience")
Biographical documentary examining the life of Theodore Roosevelt.
49.
Nixon (1996) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary on the life and career of President Richard Nixon. Part 1 profiles his childhood, his 1946 election to Congress, his service as vice president for two terms with President Eisenhower from 1952 to 1960, and his unsuccessful bids for the Presidency in 1960 and the California governorship i
50.
Murder of the Century (1995) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary examining the opulent world of New York society in the early 20th century, against the backdrop of the sensational trial of Harry Thaw, an eccentric heir to a Pittsburgh fortune, for the murder of the renowned architect Sanford White.
51.
Edison's Miracle of Light (1995) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary examining Thomas Alva Edison's development, design and production of electric light and the personal, patent and corporate battles following the success of his invention.
52.
Way West, The (1995) as Host ("The American Experience")
A documentary exploring the history of the American West from the time of the Gold Rush until shortly after the last of the Indian Wars at Wounded Knee (1845 - 1893).
53.
One Woman, One Vote (1995) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary examining the infighting, fledgling alliances, betrayals, defeats and victories on the way to women's voting rights in the United States.
54.
Chicago 1968 (1995) as Host ("The American Experience")
Examination of the 1968 Democratic Convention, held in Chicago, and the disorder that ensued as the convention degenerated into chaos over protests against the Democratic Party's position on the Vietnam War.
55.
Orphan Trains, The (1995) as Host ("The American Experience")
Examination of the successes and failures of the organized effort between 1854 to 1929 to send homeless city children to Midwest farming communities to begin new lives with foster families.
56.
Battle of the Bulge, The (1994) as Narration
Documentary about World War II's Battle of the Bulge (December 16, 1944), the biggest and bloodiest battle American soldiers have ever fought, as seen through the eyes of the soldiers and officers involved.
57.
FDR (1994) as Narration
Four-part profile of Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) and his wife Eleanor -- through film footage, family photo albums and interviews with family, friends and biographers.
58.
D-Day (1994) as Narration
A documentary examining the Allied landing in Normandy during World War II.
59.
Ishi: The Last Yahi Indian (1994) as Host ("The American Experience")
A documentary about the 1911 appearance of Ishi, the last Yahi Indian, in the white man's world in Northern California and his collaboration with anthropologists to document aboriginal life in America.
60.
America and the Holocaust -- Deceit and Indifference (1994) as Host ("The American Experience")
A documentary examining America's response to the Holocaust and the social and political factors that affected government policy toward Jewish immigration. Focuses on the story of Kurt Klein who struggled against the bureaucracy at the State Department in an attempt to free his parents.
61.
Telegrams From the Dead (1994) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary exploring the phenomenon of spiritualism in 19th-century America, a movement which inspired such social reforms as divorce, vegetarianism, women's suffrage, anarchism, universal government, and the eight-hour work day.
62.
Malcolm X: Make It Plain (1994) as Host ("The American Experience")
A documentary examining the life of Malcolm X.
63.
FDR (1994) as Host ("The American Experience")
Four-part profile of Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) and his wife Eleanor -- through film footage, family photo albums and interviews with family, friends and biographers.
64.
Battle of the Bulge, The (1994) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about World War II's Battle of the Bulge (December 16, 1944), the biggest and bloodiest battle American soldiers have ever fought, as seen through the eyes of the soldiers and officers involved.
65.
D-Day (1994) as Host ("The American Experience")
A documentary examining the Allied landing in Normandy during World War II.
66.
Midnight Ramble (1994) as Host ("The American Experience")
An indepth look at the black independent film industry that thrived outside of Hollywood between 1910 and 1940.
67.
Ike (1993) as Narration
Documentary biography of the life and career of Dwight D. Eisenhower.
68.
Hurricane of '38, The (1993) as Narration
Account of the disastrous hurricane of September 1938 that ripped through Long Island, New York, and New England. Features interviews with survivors of the storm.
69.
Degenerate Art (1993) as Narration
A documentary examining the infamous Nazi art exhibition that condemned most of Germany's modern art in 1937.
70.
Goin' Back to T-Town (1993) as Host ("The American Experience")
A documentary about Greenwood, an all-black neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which prospered in the 1920s and 1930s during a period of strict segregation.
71.
Donner Party, The (1992) as Narration
A documentary recounting the plight of the people trapped in the Sierra Nevadas in the winter of 1846 on the infamous trek to California by the Donner and Reed families.
72.
Kennedys, The (1992) as Host ("American Experience")
A two-part documentary that traces the lives of Joe and Rose Kennedy and their nine children, focusing particularly on Joseph Jr., John, Robert, and Edward.
73.
Last Stand at Little Big Horn (1992) as Host ("The American Experience")
A documentary exploring the Battle of the Little Big Horn from the perspectives of the Sioux, Cheyenne and Crow nations and the white settlers.
74.
Barnum's Big Top (1992) as Host ("The American Experience")
The early history of the circus and how Phineas T. Barnum transformed it in the late 19th Century.
75.
Donner Party, The (1992) as Host ("The American Experience")
A documentary recounting the plight of the people trapped in the Sierra Nevadas in the winter of 1846 on the infamous trek to California by the Donner and Reed families.
76.
Liberators -- Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II (1992) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about African-American battalions that helped defeat the Nazis in World War II and liberate the concentration camps at Buchenwald, Dachau and Lambach while battling discrimination in a segregated army.
77.
George Washington: The Man Who Wouldn't Be King (1992) as Host ("The American Experience")
A documentary exploring the life of George Washington beyond the popular American myth: his relationships with his wife and other women; with his troops and the cause of the American Revolution; and with his slaves and his fellow founding fathers.
78.
LBJ (1991) as Narration
Explores the life and career of Lyndon Johnson, from his early years in Texas politics to the turbulent times of his presidency.
79.
LBJ (1991) as Host ("The American Experience")
Explores the life and career of Lyndon Johnson, from his early years in Texas politics to the turbulent times of his presidency.
80.
Duke Ellington: Reminiscing in Tempo (1991) as Host ("The American Experience")
Explores the life and career of composer, pianist and orchestra leader Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington.
81.
Quiz Show Scandal, The (1991) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary about the corruption of the quiz-show industry in the 1950s, which was revealed after Charles Van Doren, an attractive, self-effacing teacher, was discovered to have participated in a rigged quiz on "Twenty-One." Congressional investigations of rigged quiz shows led to the blacklisting o
82.
Crash of 1929, The (1990) as Host ("The American Experience")
Documentary chronicling the exuberant, reckless year (1929) when the stock market rose, seemingly without limits, until October 29 -- the fateful day when the market crashed, bringing extraordinary financial loss to investors both large and small.
83.
Congress, The (1989) as Narration
A special that explores the history and meaning of Congress through interviews, diary entries, contemporary cinematography, historical photographs and newsreels. Divided into six chapters, the special illustrates key moments, dramas and personalities that were instrumental in shaping eras of Congres
84.
Congress, The (1989) as Host
A special that explores the history and meaning of Congress through interviews, diary entries, contemporary cinematography, historical photographs and newsreels. Divided into six chapters, the special illustrates key moments, dramas and personalities that were instrumental in shaping eras of Congres
85.
Islam (1987) as Host ("Smithsonian World")
A "Smithsonian World" special examining the many faces of Islam, its Judeo-Christian roots, numerous achievements, current resurgence and likely future as a religious, social and cultural force.
86.
Voices of Latin America (1987) as Host ("Smithsonian World")
A "Smithsonian World" presentation examining five Latin American writers -- from the 16th-century son of an Incan princess and a Spanish conquistador to a distinguished contemporary novelist. The program interweaves dramatizations with interviews and commentary. Performing in the dramatized segments
87.
Promise of the Land, The (1987) as Host ("Smithsonian World")
A documentary presentation of "Smithsonian World" about the departure of today's American farmers from Thomas Jefferson's ideals. Current agricultural production methods and the effect on soil and future generations are examined.
88.
Elephant on the Hill, The (1987) as Host ("Smithsonian World")
The relationship between art and technology is examined in this "Smithsonian World" special. The documentary explores the changes in this historical relationship from Greek mythology to laser technology and computer graphics. Filmed at the Smithsonian's Arts and Industries Building, the Hirshhorn Mu
89.
On the Shoulders of Giants (1986) as Host ("Smithsonian World")
A "Smithsonian World" documentary that travels with paleontologist David Steadman from the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Ecuador to the Cook Islands in the South Pacific, and on to England, as it shows how the 34-year-old scientist is building on the work of Charles Darwin to help solve the mys
90.
American Pie (1986) as Host ("Smithsonian World")
A "Smithsonian World" documentary exploring four diverse subjects that comprise some of the ingredients making up the great "American pie." The film visits Fayetteville, North Carolina, to see how the city renewed itself; a wide variety of churches in America are seen in another segment; the Oshkosh
91.
Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to God, The (1985) as Narration
Documentary portrait of 200 years of Shaker life. Includes the recollections of three of the remaining Shakers and others who tell of the rise and decline of this unusual religious sect.
92.
Statue of Liberty, The (1985) as Narration
The film tells the story of the Statue of Liberty as a gift from the French to the American people. The film features original material relating to the genesis, innovative construction, and carefully orchestrated installation of the monument, as well as testimonials by historians, politicians, and i
93.
Brooklyn Bridge (1982) as Narration
Recounts the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge (1869-1883) through archival footage and stills.

Writer (special)

94.
Congress, The (1989) as Writer
A special that explores the history and meaning of Congress through interviews, diary entries, contemporary cinematography, historical photographs and newsreels. Divided into six chapters, the special illustrates key moments, dramas and personalities that were instrumental in shaping eras of Congres
95.
Promise of the Land, The (1987) as Writer
A documentary presentation of "Smithsonian World" about the departure of today's American farmers from Thomas Jefferson's ideals. Current agricultural production methods and the effect on soil and future generations are examined.

Misc. Crew (special)

96.
Truman (1997) as Advisor
Two-part documentary on the life of Harry S. Truman, President of the United States from 1945-1953.
97.
TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt (1996) as Advisor
Biographical documentary examining the life of Theodore Roosevelt.
98.
Brooklyn Bridge (1982) as Script Consultant
Recounts the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge (1869-1883) through archival footage and stills.

Writer (TV Mini-Series)

99.
John Adams (2008)
A miniseries on the life of American Revolutionary leader and second President of the United States John Adams. This biography takes a fresh perspective of the Revolutionary period, making a case for Adams' work being the force behind Thomas Jefferson's Declaration of Independence, many of the triu

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