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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Writer (feature film)

1.
Vendetta (1986) as Screenwriter
Bonnie visits her stuntwoman sister Laurie who is on location in a small town. When Bonnie is attacked by the son of an influential local man, she defends herself and kills him with his own gun. Because of corruption in the town, her seemingly simple self-defense case is turned upside-down and she i

Editing (feature film)

2.
Phat Girlz (2006)
Jazmin Biltmore is a smart-mouthed, frustrated, plus-size, aspiring fashion designer who is obsessed with her weight and struggles to find love and acceptance in a world full of "hot bodied" babes.
3.
How to Be A Player (1997) as Dialogue Editor
A player must balance his sex life with that of his relationshiup with his girlfriend, while his sister tries to expose his true persona.
4.
Ex, The (1996)
A newly re-married man finds himself in danger when his ex-wife shows up to make his existence a living hell.
5.
Galaxy of Terror (1981) as Assistant Editor
Members of a space mission are attacked by their deepest fears.
6.
Battle Beyond The Stars (1980) as Assistant Editor
A group of mercenaries from outer space is assembled to defend a peaceful planet when it is attacked by marauding aliens.

Music (feature film)

7.
Thin Red Line, The (1998) as Music Conductor ("The Unanswered Question" (The Orchestra Of St Luke'S))
Soldiers contemplate life while invading Guadalcanal during WWII.
8.
Cabinet of Dr. Ramirez, The (1991) as Music Conductor
The conflicts in the routine lives of Matt and Cathy, two young business successes, are soon overshadowed by awful events possibly linked to the mysterious Dr. Ramirez and his somnambulist sidekick, Cesar, in this contemporary version of Robert Wiene's 1919 silent thriller, "The Cabinet of Dr. Calig
9.
Cabinet of Dr. Ramirez, The (1991) as Music ("Die Harmonielehre")
The conflicts in the routine lives of Matt and Cathy, two young business successes, are soon overshadowed by awful events possibly linked to the mysterious Dr. Ramirez and his somnambulist sidekick, Cesar, in this contemporary version of Robert Wiene's 1919 silent thriller, "The Cabinet of Dr. Calig
10.
The Spencer Tracy Legacy (1987) as Music
Katharine Hepburn pays tribute to one of the screen's most natural actors, Spencer Tracy.
11.
Matter of Heart (1986) as Original Music
A collection of interviews with influential psychologist Carl Jung and those who knew him, along with selections from Jung's writings on the unconscious, dreams and archetypes.

Sound (feature film)

12.
Phat Girlz (2006)
Jazmin Biltmore is a smart-mouthed, frustrated, plus-size, aspiring fashion designer who is obsessed with her weight and struggles to find love and acceptance in a world full of "hot bodied" babes.
13.
Reindeer Games (2000) as Adr Editor
Just released from prison, all Rudy Duncan wants is to start a new life with Ashley, the girl of the his dreams, whom he met through pen pal letters in prison. But between them and happiness stands her crazy brother, Gabriel, and his motley crue of deadly criminals who think Rudy has some inside information about a casino where he once had a job--a casino Gabriel and his short-fused posse plan to take down. Now, just as Rudy is beginning his new life, he's caught in a high-velocity avalanche of temptations and surprises that could bury him, unless he can artfully dodge them.
14.
Sex Monster, The (1999) as Foley Mixer
About a guy who has a menage a trois and awakens his wife's bisexuality which in turn ruins his life.
15.
Godzilla (1998) as Adr Editor
A blinding flash of white light fills the sky above the French Polynesian islands. Giant footsteps plow an ominous path through miles of Panamanian forests and beaches. Ships off the U.S. coast capsize, dragged into a rolling sea where they are instantly demolished. This incessant, inexplicable dest
16.
Jackie Chan's First Strike (1997) as Adr Supervisor
A high-kicking cop tracks a runaway spy and a stolen nuclear warhead.
17.
Home Alone 3 (1997) as Adr Editor
A top-secret computer chip has been stolen from the U.S. Defense Department. The international criminals who expertly and ruthlessly engineered its heist are asking for untold millions of dollars on the Black Market. But the precious booty, hidden inside a toy car, has been temporarily misplaced. Its final destination: a comfortable Chicago suburb. Quietly taking up residence in the tree-lined neighborhood, the four highly trained spies marshal all their diabolical resources and skills to retrieve the device. Their state-of-the-art surveillance and ruthless strategy have foiled Interpol, the FBI, U.S. Defense Agents and the local police. Only one person can stop this high-tech gang of black marketers. Meet eight-year-old Alex Pruitt. When this pesky team of bad guys invade his neighborhood, he's the last and only line of defense. Alex has his own special surveillance tools. He has his own carefully mapped out strategy. He has courage. He has the chicken pox. And he's "home alone"...
18.
Sixth Man, The (1997) as Adr Editor
Just as college basketball star Antoine Tyler is about to realize his dream of making it to the NCAA Championships, he dies, leaving his brother Kenny to lead the perenially last place Washington Huskies to victory. Heartbroken, Kenny loses his drive to win until Antoine's ghost appears, determined to take his team from worst to first. Although nobody except Kenny can see or hear Antoine's wise-cracking, prankster ghost, sports reporter R.C. St. John is determined to discover the reason behind the miraculous comeback the Huskies make following the slump that was triggered by Antoine's death. As the team dribbles and slam dunks its way to the championship, the outcome is both comedic and heartfelt as Kenny comes to realize he must ask "the 6th man" to leave the team so he and his teammates can play fair and square.
19.
Mouse Hunt (1997) as Foley Editor
Two hapless brothers inherit an old mansion from their father which would be worth millions, if only they could evict a smart, tenacious mouse that is intent on staying in the house and making life miserable for the brothers.
20.
Romy & Michele's High School Reunion (1997) as Foley Editor
Best friends since childhood and roommates since high school graduation, party girls Romy and Michele are two carefree young women living in Southern California. When they hear about their upcoming ten-year class reunion, the pair take stock of their lives since high school and are genuinely surprised to find they have very little to brag about. To compensate for their apparent lack of achievements, they decide to reinvent themselves, concocting fantasies of wealth and success to impress their former classmates.
21.
Scream (1996) as Adr Supervisor
Sidney has more than her share of teenage angst to cope with. Her mom was murdered a year ago, her dad is perpetually away on business, and her boyfriend Billy is pressuring her to go all the way. As if that weren't enough, a brilliant serial killer has begun to terrorize Sidney's quiet hometown, including her highschool classmate Casey Becker. With the calculated genius of a perfect predator, the killer is using his love of scary movies to turn the town upside down - taking everything he knows about the genre to trick his victims, outwit the police and throw his pursuers off base. Now, no one is safe - and everyone is a suspect.
22.
Jerry Maguire (1996) as Adr Editor
A sports manager strikes out on his own after he loses his job.
23.
Tuskegee Airmen (1995)
The time is 1943 and the Germans are winning the Second World War as the U.S. suffers huge losses on the ground and in the air. Four newly recruited pilots are united by a desire to serve their country, at a time when black flyers are not welcomed in the Air Force. From the brutal demands of their t
24.
Mad Love (1995) as Sound Editor
Opposites attract with explosive results when college-bound Matt meets the beautiful and rebellious Casey. However, as their friendship develops into a passionate love affair, Matt begins to see a different side to Casey which both excites and scares him. Matt's devotion takes him on a wild and emotional ride, which has a profound effect on each of their lives.
25.
Another Pair of Aces: Three of a Kind (1991)
Retired Texas Ranger Parsons becomes the object of a manhunt when he is accused of murdering a recently released convict. Meanwhile, Captain Rip Metcalf and Billy Roy Barker, a resourceful con man, attempt to prove his innocence.
26.
Wraith, The (1986) as Sound Editor
Jamie and Packard are teenage car racers. When Jamie gets involved with Packard's girlfriend Keri, Packard and his gang kill him. After this, the Wraith, a black turbo race car appears to challenge Packard. During the many races that follow, Packard's gang members are killed off. Then just as this conflict is coming to an end, a new boy named Jake rides into town on his motorcycle and begins to pursue Keri.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

27.
Unborn II (1994) as Boom Operator
Sequel to Rodman Flender's 1991 film.
28.
Bloodfist V: Human Target (1994) as Boom Operator
While FBI agent Don "The Dragon" Wilson is working on an undercover assignment investigating arms dealers, his identity is exposed and he loses his memory after an attack. Following this, he becomes a target of the arms dealers and his own agency.
29.
Skateboard Kid, The (1993) as Boom Operator
A lonely new kid in town is befriended by the local teenage thrashers after discovering a talking, wisecracking, magical skateboard.
30.
3 Ninjas (1992) as Boom Man
After training from their grandfather in the ancient and honorable ways of ninjitsu, three young brothers aid their FBI agent-father on a case.
31.
Terror Within II, The (1991) as Boom Operator
Environmental mutants rule the land and threaten the survival of the last human colony.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

32.
Chicken Run (2000) as Workshop Manager (Modelmaking Department)
They are prisoners--trapped behind barbed wire, fearing for their very lives and dreaming only of the outside world. Every escape attempt is thwarted, and the ringleader tossed into solitary to do hard time. But this is no ordinary prison... and these are no ordinary jailbirds. They're the inmates at Tweedy's Egg Farm, where any chicken who doesn't put breakfast on the table can wind up as dinner. But Ginger and her fellow flock are determined to break out before they meet a "fowl" fate. Time is running out as the greedy owner of the farm, Mrs. Tweedy finds a new way to feather her own nest--turning chickens into chicken pies. Now, with the help of Rocky, "The lone free ranger," the chickens hatch their most spectacular plan to fly the coop in "our story of poultry in motion."
33.
Comfortably Numb (1995) as Classical Music Consultant
Set in the legal halls of New York City and the local art scene, an ambitious lawyer meets a junky prostitute who gets him hooked on heroin.

Cinematography (special)

34.
Medio Tiempo (2001) as Videography
The story of Carlos Bonilla, an immigrant from El Salvador who is determined to make an honest living in Las Vegas. Carlos hopes to get his "adopted" younger brother out of the gang culture by setting him up for part-time work at a restaurant. However, a robbery shows Carlos that he is unable to con

Producer (special)

35.
Corsaire With American Ballet Theatre, Le (1999) as Director Of Music Services
Master choreographer Marius Petipa's 1880 adaptation of Lord Byron's "Le Corsaire," with its swashbuckling tale of pirates and slave girls, was originally performed before audiences of imperial Russia, yet has been performed infrequently in America. With this re-staging, American Ballet Theatre is o
36.
Variety & Virtuosity: American Ballet Theatre Now (1998) as Director Of Music Services
Documentary and performance footage featuring the leading dancers of the American Ballet Theatre.
37.
Johnny Mathis -- Chances Are (1991) as Executive Producer
A special featuring Johnny Mathis peforming a variety of songs from his 40-year career. Includes film clips, photographs and conversations with Mathis.
38.
Echoes of the Big Bands With Merv Griffin (1990) as Producer
A special hosted by Merv Griffin recapturing some of the great moments in music with performances by the big bands and their famous singing stars.
39.
Jukebox Saturday Night II (1990) as Producer
A special celebrating the 100th anniversary of the invention of the jukebox. The program also features some of the great jukebox hits of singing stars of the 1940s and 1950s.
40.
Shake, Rattle and Roll (1988) as Executive Producer
A special presenting performances by the men and women who made rock 'n' roll what it is today. The program was taped before a studio audience in Nashville, Tennessee.
41.
Mancini and Friends (1987) as Producer
A salute to composer Henry Mancini featuring performances of music from all facets of his career, including records, television and movies, from his early days at Universal Studios to the present. In addition to performances, the special also features film clips and photo montages.
42.
Benny Goodman: Let's Dance -- A Musical Tribute (1986) as Producer
A musical tribute to "the King of Swing," bandleader and virtuoso clarinettist Benny Goodman. The show was taped at the New York Marriott Marquis in 1985, and features performances by Goodman and his guests, as well as comments by fellow musicians and contemporaries.
43.
All-Time American Songbook, The (1982) as Producer
A gala musical salute to America's greatest songwriters and their best-loved songs. The program pays tribute to the works of George Gershwin, Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, Oscar Hammerstein II, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen, and Duke Ellington, among others. In addition to pe

Music (special)

44.
None Without Sin: Arthur Miller, Elia Kazan, and the Blacklist (2003) as Music Services
Documentary chronicling the conflicts of the House Un-American Activities Committee and how the Hollywood blacklist divided longtime friends and colleagues Arthur Miller and Elia Kazan.
45.
Gene Kelly: Anatomy of a Dancer (2002) as Music Services ("American Masters")
Documentary with clips and commentary from fellow actors on the life and career of Gene Kelly. Interviews with Cyd Charisse, Leslie Caron and Betty Garrett.
46.
From Broadway: Fosse (2002) as Music Services
A revue of dances from various Bob Fosse musicals, including "Sweet Charity," "Pajama Game" and "Pippin."
47.
In Our City: New Yorkers Remember September 11th (2002) as Music Services
In this tribute to the spirit of New York City following the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Caroline Kennedy reads Walt Whitman's "I Hear America Singing," Sigourney Weaver reads from W.H. Auden, and Fran Lebowitz recites E.B. Whites "Here Is New York." Taped at the Dia Center for the
48.
F. Scott Fitzgerald: Winter Dreams (2001) as Music Services ("American Masters")
A literary biography of American author F. Scott Fitzgerald. The program includes excerpts from private letters, photos from family albums, interviews with Fitzgerald's friends and E.L. Doctorow, as well as Zelda Fitzgerald's drawings and paintings.
49.
Who's Dancing Now? (2001) as Music Services
Featuring former students of Jacques d'Amboise's National Dance Institute, the film focuses on dance education. It explores the impact of early exposure to the arts and the potential to transform the lives of children.
50.
Bob Marley: Rebel Music (2001) as Music Services ("American Masters")
Born Robert Nesta Marley in Jamaica in 1945, Bob Marley grew up to become one of the most influential musicians of the second half of the 20th century. Initially using music as a way out of the ghetto, he became the voice of a country and an ambassador for peace and racial harmony throughout the wor
51.
Richard Rodgers: The Sweetest Sounds (2001) as Music Services ("American Masters")
The program celebrates the master of the 20th century musical -- Richard Rodgers -- the magic behind "Oklahoma," "Carousel," "The King and I," "Pal Joey" and "The Sound of Music." Rodgers composed over 800 songs and wrote more than 40 musicals, yet his name is inseparable from his two famous collabo
52.
Quincy Jones: In the Pocket (2001) as Music Services ("American Masters")
A portrait of Quincy Jones, the composer, arranger and entertainer who has won a Grammy, Oscar and Emmy. As a master inventor of musical hybrids, "Q" has shuffled pop, soul, hip-hop, jazz, classical, African and Brazilian music into fusions, traversing virtually every medium -- records, live perform
53.
Goldwyn (2001) as Music Services ("American Masters")
Biography of Samuel Goldwyn, one of Hollywood's founding fathers. Adapted from the biography by A. Scott Berg, the documentary contains film clips as well as rare footage and photography and first-person interviews.
54.
Donny Osmond: This Is the Moment (2001) as Music Services
Donny Osmond performs current Broadway hits and standards accompanied by a small orchestra from the Manhattan Center in New York City. The program features selections from "Rent," "Saturday Night Fever," "Seussical the Musical," "Sweeney Todd," "Guys and Dolls" and the latest Andrew Lloyd Webber mus
55.
Far East (2001) as Music Services
Adaptation of A.R. Gurney's play "Far East." Set in occupied Japan in 1954, the story focuses on a young naval officer, Sparky Watts, who is the heir to a Milwaukee beer fortune, and his relationship with his ship's captain and the captain's wife, Julia. Watts becomes trapped between his love for a
56.
Good Rockin' Tonight: The Legacy of Sun Records (2001) as Music Services ("American Masters")
Documentary that chronicles the founding of the Sun Records label by Sam Phillips. The program features contemporary artists performing the music of Sun Records artists, including Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash.
57.
Clint Eastwood: Out of the Shadows (2000) as Music Services ("American Masters")
Documentary that explores actor/director Clint Eastwood and his art by juxtaposing each major stage in his life with a corresponding stage in the thematic development of his work. Eastwood tells his own story, from his childhood in Depression-era Northern California, to life in the stratosphere of f
58.
Window to the Universe (2000) as Music
Documentary on the design and construction of the Rose Center for Earth and Science at the Hayden Planetarium at New York City's American Museum of Natural History.
59.
Mailer on Mailer (2000) as Music Services ("American Masters")
Profile of author, critic, intellectual, activist Norman Mailer. Born in Long Branch, New Jersey, in 1923, Mailer grew up in Brooklyn. At Harvard, he earned his first literary prizes. He joined the Army after graduation with the intention of writing a great war novel. He served as an infantry man in
60.
Lucille Ball: Finding Lucy (2000) as Music Services ("American Masters")
Profile of Lucille Ball, the first female television superstar and first solo female head of a major studio.
61.
Central Park (2000) as Music Services
Trilogy of one-act operas set in New York's Central Park and performed at the New York City Opera, Lincoln Center. In "The Festival of Regrets," congregants from a synagogue meet at the Bethesda Fountain for tashlich, a ceremony in which one throws bread into the water, symbolically casting off the
62.
Isaac Stern: Life's Virtuoso (2000) as Music Services ("American Masters")
Profile of violinist Isaac Stern, one of the 20th century's most renowned and celebrated musicians. Stern is also recognized as a teacher, emissary, speaker and humanitarian.
63.
Man Who Came to Dinner, The (2000) as Music Services
Presentation of the Roundabout Theater Company's Broadway production of "The Man Who Came to Dinner," the story of a famous, irascible, big-city radio personality (based on Alexander Woolcott) who is forced by injury to spend several weeks in the home of an unassuming Midwest middle-class family. Th
64.
Fleet Week '99 -- A Memorial Day Celebration (1999) as Music Supervisor
A celebration of the contributions of the men and women who have served and are serving in the military. Originating from the deck of the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum, the program features naval footage, documentary segments and interviews.
65.
Gregory Nava on the American Dream in the 20th Century: The American Tapestry (1999) as Music
A feature-length documentary on the concept of the American dream in the 20th century. Traces the movements of peoples throughout the century that created the United States of today with all its cultural diversity.
66.
Rodgers & Hart Story: Thou Swell, Thou Witty, The (1999) as Music Services
A celebration of the songs of Rodgers & Hart. Features interviews, classic clips and new renditions of their songs.
67.
Itzhak Perlman: Fiddling For the Future (1999) as Music Services
Special featuring violinist Itzhak Perlman at his Long Island music camp, at Julliard with his first American teacher Dorothy DeLay and at a recording session with the Julliard Orchestra.
68.
Ella Fitzgerald: Something to Live For (1999) as Music Services
Documentary profile of singer Ella Fitzgerald, the First Lady of Song.
69.
Jackie: Behind the Myth (1999) as Music Services
Documentary about Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. The program gives an intimate account of her life, framed by the times in which she lived and informed by people who knew her.
70.
New Jersey Performing Arts Center Opening Night Gala, The (1998) as Music Services
Presentation of a gala evening, showcasing a wide range of performance disciplines, celebrating the inaugural season of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
71.
NYTV: By the People Who Made It (1998) as Music Clearances
History of New York television as told through the collective voices of its celebrities and innovators. Interviews are supplemented by archival film clips from classic programs made in New York as well as scenes from shows currently produced in New York.
72.
Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart (1998) as Music Services
Profile of Lou Reed, the Long Island-bred, largely self-taught rock poet, guitarist and composer.
73.
Man Ray: Prophet of the Avant-Garde (1997) as Music Supervisor
Documentary portrait of the life and work of Man Ray, master of 20th century photography, a painter, a filmmaker, a poet and essayist, a philosopher, and a leader of American modernism.
74.
Music of Kander and Ebb: Razzle Dazzle, The (1997) as Music Services
Performance documentary on the songwriting team of John Kander and Fred Ebb whose 35-year collaboration has produced Broadway and movie classics such as "Chicago," "Cabaret," "New York, New York," "Woman of the Year," and "Kiss of the Spider Woman."
75.
Lena Horne: In Her Own Voice (1996) as Music Editor
In this documentary, Lena Horne tells the story of her journey to reluctant stardom from her early days in the chorus line of the Cotton Club when she was 16, to her film career in Hollywood and her caberet career.
76.
Renaissance Revisited, A (1996) as Music Services
Survey of dance segments from the past twenty years of "Dance in America" telecasts.
77.
Talking With (1995) as Music Services
Collection of dramatic monologues featuring a cast of acclaimed actresses playing women with little in common on the surface but a shared bond of tragedy or misfortune. The segments are entitled: "Handler," "Clear Glass Marbles," "Rodeo," "Twirler" "Marks" and "Lamps."
78.
Julie Andrews: Back on Broadway (1995) as Music Services
Retrospective profile of the actress/singer Julie Andrews. Includes behind-the-scenes look at album recording sessions and rehearsals for the Broadway musical "Victor/Victoria," adapted from her hit movie, as well as clips from her varied film and television musical career.
79.
Tennessee Williams: Orpheus of the American Stage (1994) as Music Supervisor
Profile and critical reevaluation of playwright Tennessee Williams. Includes rare interviews with Williams himself, clips from the film productions of his plays and commentary from various associates, including director Elia Kazan.
80.
Bah! Humbug! (1994) as Music
Dramatic readings of Charles Dickens' classic tale "A Christmas Carol," punctuated by glimpses into Dickens' life and times.
81.
Earth Tech '92 (1992) as Music Supervisor
A special examining some of the key ecological issues under discussion at the Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro.
82.
Ray Charles: The Genius of Soul (1992) as Music Services
A documentary profiling the career of singer/composer/pianist Ray Charles.
83.
Everybody Dance Now (1991) as Music Services
A special focusing on contemporary dancers and choreographers of music videos.
84.
Opening Night -- Masur and the Philharmonic (1991) as Music ("Tromba Lontana" "Short Ride In A Fast Machine")
Newly-appointed music director Kurt Masur conducts the music of Bruckner, Copeland, and John Adams as the New York Philharmonic celebrates the opening night of its one-hundred-fiftieth season.
85.
Nixon in China (1988) as Music
A three-hour world premiere telecast of the minimalist and romantic opera documenting Richard Nixon's historic trip to China, telecast from the Houston Grand Opera as part of "Great Performances."
86.
James Stewart: A Wonderful Life (1987) as Music Supervisor
A retrospective tribute to actor James Stewart. The program includes highlights from Stewart's films and interviews with his friends and associates.
87.
In Memory of... A Ballet By Jerome Robbins (1987) as Music Supervisor
A ballet by choreographer Jerome Robbins, from a violin concerto by German composer Alban Berg, about a young woman about a young woman facing death. The music conjures imagery associated with death so strongly that Robbins' male character is actually death personified. Berg wrote the piece in the l
88.
Agnes: The Indomitable De Mille (1987) as Music Supervisor
A special featuring the thoughts and reflections of Agnes DeMille, legendary choreographer of "Rodeo," "Fall River Legend," and "Oklahoma!" Exerpts from her many works are featured.
89.
Choreography By Jerome Robbins With the New York City Ballet (1986) as Music Supervisor
Two diverse ballets by the choreographer Jerome Robbins are performed. "Antique Epigraphs," first seen in 1984, is neo-classic in style and derived from ancient Greek themes. "Fancy Free," one of the staples of American ballet, describes the adventures of three sailors on leave in New York City.
90.
Magic Flute (1985) as Music Supervisor
A young couple, much in love, is separated by the girl's family so that she can marry a rich but unattractive nobleman. A boy, through his generosity, unknowingly helps a god who gives him a magic flute. When played, this flute makes people dance against their will. Through the boy's use of the flut
91.
Song For Dead Warriors, A (1984) as Music Producer
A ballet reflecting on the plight of the American Indian is based loosely on the story of Richard Oakes, one of the leaders of a group of Indians which occupied Alcatraz Island in the late 1960s. The ballet uses special effects, larger-than-life-size graphics and special video effects to infuse the
92.
Hizzoner! (1984) as Music Supervisor
A one-man show in which Tony LoBianco portrays Fiorello LaGuardia, the mayor of New York City during the Great Depression and World War II. The program, set on the last day of LaGuardia's term in 1945, relates the mayor's political and personal experiences through remembrances and anectodes.
93.
For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf (1982) as Music Supervisor
A "choreopoem" with music and movement distilled from the personal vision of poet Ntozake Shange, reflecting her pain and happiness, and the broad spectrum of the black woman's experience in America.
94.
Carl Sandburg: Echoes and Silences (1982) as Music Supervisor
The film, by noted documentarian Perry Miller Adato, focuses on the work and early years of the renowned American poet, biographer, and historian, Carl Sandburg. A variety of materials and techniques, both documentary and dramatic, are woven together to create the portrait of Sandburg, and the last
95.
Fifth of July (1982) as Music
A television adaptation of Lanford Wilson's 1978 drama about Ken Talley, Jr., a disabled, homosexual Vietnam vet struggling to cope with a family he loves and fears.

Film Production - Main (special)

96.
70s: Bell-Bottoms and Boogie Shoes, The (2001) as Additional Photography
Documentary about the 1970s, the decade that brought us pet rocks, toe socks, mood rings and disco fever. Using interviews and period fotage, the program captures some of the toys and trends, people and personalities, foods and frivolities that made up the 70s.

Music (TV Mini-Series)

97.
Verna: USO Girl (1978) as Music Coordinator

Film Production - Main (TV Mini-Series)


Sound (TV Mini-Series)

99.
Joseph (1995)
A miniseries on the Biblical patriarch Joseph, the favored son of Jacob and Rachel who rises above the treachery of his many brothers and a life of slavery to deliver his people from famine.
100.
Buffalo Girls (1995)
Miniseries about legends of the Old West -- Calamity Jane, Buffalo Bill and others of that era -- as they star in a Wild West show that parodies the lives they once led.
101.
Op Center (1994)
An ensemble drama about an elite U.S. government crisis management team that keeps constant watch on international hotspots which pose potential threats to the security of the United States.

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