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Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

1.
Pink Panther 2, The (2009)
When legendary treasures from around the world are stolen, Inspector Jacques Clouseau is assigned to a dream team of international detectives who are under pressure to bring the master thief to justice before he strikes again.
2.
Old Dogs (2009)
Two clueless bachelors are put in charge of twins while on the verge of the biggest business deal of their lives. Their inexperience leads to one debacle after another - and to a newfound understanding of what's really important in life.
3.
Taking Woodstock (2009)
In 1969 Elliot Tiber, inadvertently played a role in making the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival into the famed happening it was. Working as an interior designer in Greenwich Village during culturally and politically exciting times, Mr. Tiber felt empowered by the gay rights movement. But he was al
4.
Bernard and Doris (2008)
The story of tobacco billionairess Doris Duke and her relationship with her gay Irish butler, Bernard Lafferty, to whom she left her entire fortune.
5.
Pink Panther, The (2006)
Inspector Jacques Clouseau, a name that strikes fear into the hearts of criminals everywhere--and anyone else he comes across as well. Maybe it's because his deductive powers are so inadequate, his grasp of the obvious so elusive, his command of the language so severely limited and his physical coordination so completely lacking. But while his approach may be unorthodox and often confounding, he always manages to solve the crime--in his own fashion. At least until now. World famous soccer coach Yves Gluant has just led Team France to victory over Team China. Surrounded by grateful adoring fans and his beautiful lover, the international pop star Xania, Gluant is felled by a poisoned dart. In the ensuing panic, Gluant's priceless diamond ring, "The Pink Panther," mysteriously disappears. The murder becomes a media sensation and a national obsession. Cracking the case falls to Chief Inspector Dreyfus, who is up for the prestigious Medal of Honor--for the seventh time. Aware that he cannot afford to make a single mistake--at least none that can be attributed to him--Dreyfus presses the indefatigable Inspector Clouseau into service. Closeau and his new assistant, the steadfast, stoic Gendarme Gilbert Ponton, follow a tangle of clues that leads them all over Paris and, eventually, New York City. In the Big Apple, Clouseau and Ponton and travel to Times Square and the nearby diamond district, as well as to the city's posh Fifth Avenue and the renowned Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Along the way, Clouseau and Ponton are waylaid by elusive diamond cutters, would-be thugs, notorious bandits, smarmy casino owners, secret agents, mysterious trainers and an exotic beverage called "The Flaming Mojito." One by one, Clouseau narrows his search and tracks down the most likely suspects. They include Xania, a spurned soccer star, a millionaire casino owner and a flirtatious P.R. publicist. Clouseau's process is fascinating, if harrowingly circuitous. But he never loses his focus, his purpos
6.
Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005)
Tom Baker and wife Kate, hoping to bring their family together for a memorable summer vacation, take their 12 offspring to the rustic Lake Winnetka. But their retreat soon becomes cutthroat when they enter into a competition with the over-achieving members of a large family headed by Tom's long-time
7.
New York Minute (2004) as Wardrobe (For Ashley Olsen And Mary-Kate Olsen)
Today is the biggest day in the super-organized life of uptight overachiever Jane Ryan. She's due to give a major speech at Columbia University for a competition to win a prestigious scholarship to Oxford University. Meanwhile, her rebellious sister Roxy is planning to ditch school and go backstage
8.
Duplex (2003) as Costume Designer
In terms of living the American Dream, Alex and Nancy have it pretty good. They are a young, vibrant couple in New York City with bright futures ahead of them. But one thing is missing: a home of their own. When they find one, it comes with one feature they didn't expect--an upstairs tenant, Mrs. Connelly, who lives in a rent-controlled apartment, and who isn't quite as easy-going or frail as Alex and Nancy originally anticipated. As their blissful life begins to seriously fray around the edges, their dream home rapidly turns into a nightmare and they decide that they must get Mrs. Connelly out of their lives.
9.
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003) as Costume Designer
The Angels--Natalie, Dylan, and Alex--prepare to strike without warning as they go undercover to retrieve two missing silver bands. These are no ordinary rings. They contain valuable encrypted information that reveal the new identities of every person in the Federal Witness Protection Program. When witnesses start turning up dead, only the Angels, using their expertise as masters of disguise, espionage and martial arts can stop the perpetrator, a mysterious "fallen" Angel. Aided by their trusty colleague, Jimmy Bosley, the Angels' adventure begins at a remote Mongolian outpost and ends only after Dylan is forced to face a dark secret from her past--a secret that puts the lives of her two best friends in danger.
10.
Glitter (2001) as Costume Designer
An adopted girl's singing talents are discovered by a club owner, who forces her into marriage.
11.
Charlie's Angels (2000) as Costume Designer
Three beautiful private detectives who work for a suave playboy boss are called in to rescue soon-to-be billionaire software mogul Eric Knox, when he is kidnapped from his office at Knox Technologies. While rough-and-tumble Alex, wild-child Dylan, and nerdy Natalie use an impressive array of high-tech gadgetry and martial arts moves to retrieve Knox from the clutches of rival Roger Corwin and his goons, they unwittingly become embroiled in a battle to protect the world from a wide-scale invasion of privacy that threatens to occur when good technology falls into the hands of bad people.
12.
Bicentennial Man (1999) as Costume Designer
A household android has trouble functioning when he begins to feel "real" human emotions. These emotions cause his owners to attempt to change the andorid into a real being.
13.
Bowfinger (1999) as Costume Designer
A desperate movie producer will stop at nothing to make his movie with the biggest actor in Hollywood, so he finds a nerdy look-alike to be his star.
14.
Twilight (1998) as Costume Designer
Harry Ross is a private investigator who lives in the garage of Jack and Catherine Ames, two movie star friends. Harry does odd jobs for them in exchange for lodging. Tension arises when Harry begins to be attracted to Catherine and Jack's cancer returns. When Harry attempts to deliver a package to
15.
Stepmom (1998) as Costume Designer
Jackie and Isabel have nothing in common--one is the ideal mother, the other is struggling to be any kind of mother--until circumstances force them to share a family and put aside their mutual hostility for the sake of the children. They discover how precious life, love and the ties that bind them really are in this tale about the intricate circumstances surrounding what happens when a man's new wife learns from his former wife that she is terminally ill with cancer.
16.
Night Falls on Manhattan (1997) as Costume Designer
A street cop turned Manhattan District Attorney realizes the legal system he reveres is not as it should be and experiences personal and professional betrayal after discovering a crime and cover-up among those closest to him. A liberal defense attorney opposes him in the courtroom and the political
17.
Private Parts (1997) as Costume Designer
With nothing more than burning desire and a complete lack of decorum, incorrigible shock jock Howard Stern goes from Detroit college radio dork to undisputed heavyweight king of the New York City airwaves. The story follows his life infancy to the beginning of his career.
18.
Die Hard With A Vengeance (1995) as Costume Designer
On the streets of New York, police officer John McClane has just about seen it all. He's got a nose for danger, a penchant for being in the wrong place at the wrong time, and a talent for overcoming incredible odds. But this time, danger is looking for him. Seeking a very personal and mysterious revenge against McClane, a malevolent genius named Simon is forcing the heroic cop to play a deadly game. The stakes: New York City itself. The game begins when a phone call from Simon sends McClane to Harlem, where he unexpectedly forms an alliance with the very unwilling Zeus Carver. McClane and Zeus soon find themselves careening across the Big Apple, pursuing the deadly Simon, who's always one step ahead of them. In the past, McClane's had his share of bad days. But on this blisteringly hot summer day in the City, Simon Says John McClane is about to have a really bad day...
19.
Nobody's Fool (1994) as Costume Designer
Donald "Sully" Sullivan is a sixty-year-old construction worker living in North Bath, New York. Sullivan has no steady work, no love and no money. Estranged for years from his family, he suddenly finds himself face-to-face with his son Peter, an out-of-work college professor with a turbulent marriag
20.
On Deadly Ground (1994) as Costume Designer
After threatening to expose a company for unsafe drilling practices, an oil worker is dumped and abandoned in the wilderness to die. But he is rescued by a tribe of natives who see him as their legendary figure, the Rainbow Warrior.
21.
Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia, The (1991) as Costumes
Travis Child is an aspiring country singer who plays in small clubs as he travels across the country with his younger sister Amanda who is his manager. Since Travis tends to drink too much and get involved with the wrong women, Amanda frequently has to get him out of trouble. While they are staying
22.
True Colors (1991) as Costume Designer
After they graduate from law school, best friends Peter Burton and Tim Gerrity find themselves working against each other. Burton stands for justice while Gerrity is out to accrue as much power as he can, however he can get it.
23.
Billy Bathgate (1991) as Costume Designer
In 1930s New York City, a teenage boy rises in the mob with the assistance of boss and notorious gangster Dutch Schultz.
24.
My Blue Heaven (1990) as Costume Designer
Steve Martin and Rick Moraines go over the top in the laugh-out-loud crime comedy "My Blue Heaven" (1990). By-the-book FBI Agent Barney Coppersmith (Moraines) is assigned to protect larger-than-life crime-boss-turned-federal-witness Vinnie Anton Elli (Martin), but with the retired mobster's wild way
25.
Last Rites (1988) as Costume Designer
A priest protects, and then falls in love with, a young Mexican woman who has witnessed a gangland murder.
26.
Secret Of My Success, The (1987) as Costume Designer
Fresh out of college, he's determined to climb New York's corporate ladder in record time by masquerading as an up-and-coming executive, even though he's really the new mail boy.
27.
Ironweed (1987) as Costume Designer
Francis Phelan and Helen Archer are has-beens on the outside of society, homeless, hungry and surrounded by dreams of what could have been. Now the drifter plans to confront his family.
28.
Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986) as Costume Designer
Jonathan Silverman, Blythe Danner, Judith Ivey, Bob Dishy, Fyvush Finkel, Brian Drillinger, Stacey Glick. This first entry in Neil Simon's heavily autographical stage series (which continued with "Biloxi Blues," "Broadway Bound," and "Laughter on the 23rd Floor") gets the film treatment from veteran stage and screen director Gene Saks (who won a Tony for directing the show on Broadway). The story has Simon's teenaged alter ego, Eugene Jerome, obsessing over sex and baseball while living with his extended family in 1930s-era Brighton Beach, New York.
29.
Off Beat (1986) as Costume Designer
Library worker(Reinhold), filling in for policeman friend at rehearsal for a dance recital, falls in love with female cop.
30.
Heaven Help Us (1985) as Costume Designer
A coming of age story set in a brooklyn prep school circa 1965.
31.
Compromising Positions (1985) as Costume Designer
When a philandering Long Island dentist is found murdered, an upper middle-class housewife decides to do her own snooping around to uncover the real killer, who could be among the victim's many mistresses.
32.
Slayground (1984) as Costume Designer (Usa)
33.
Pope Of Greenwich Village, The (1984) as Costume Designer
In an Italian-American enclave of New York's Greenwich Village, a young man struggling to make it contends with his dim-witted cousin and sidekick whose botched get rich-quick schemes get them in trouble with the local mob.
34.
Man, Woman and Child (1983) as Costume Designer (Blythe Danner)
A "perfect marriage" is tested when the couple learns of the existence of a child from the husband's affair with a French woman.
35.
Easy Money (1983)
36.
Stranger Is Watching, A (1982) as Costumes
Successful television news reporter Sharon Martin and her eleven-year-old daughther are kidnapped by a psychopath and taken to the catacombs underneath Grand Central Station. While the police scramble to rescue them and catch their abductor, the mother and child risk their lives in an attempt to escape.
37.
Parole (1982)
Boston parole officer James Naughton and a troubled young parolee (newcomer Mark Soper) who had been doing 1-to-15 for armed robbery, are the protagonists in this prospective series pilot about the day-to-day activities and personal life of a fictional P.O.. It was filmed in 1980 on location in and
38.
Senior Trip! (1981)
The graduating class of a midwestern high school comes to the Big Apple to celebrate. Among the students: an ambitious teenager aiming for success in big business (Scott Baio), an aspiring rock star (Randy Brooks), a stagestruck coed (Liz Callaway), a free spirit hoping to obtain a degree of sophist
39.
We're Fighting Back (1981)
Inspired by the exploits of New York's Guardian Angels, which began as a band of streetwise young people who formed an anti-crime subway patrol and went on to gain a national reputation and units in major cities around the country, this film unites three New York City youths as leaders of a citizens
40.
Gentleman Bandit, The (1981)
A socially concerned, controversial priest suddenly finds himself under arrest as a stickup man, and a number of people are willing to identify him as the culprit. This dramatization of the true-life experience of Baltimore priest, Father Bernard Pagano, on whom even the church turned its back, was
41.
Little Darlings (1980) as Costumes
Girls at a summer camp compete to see who can find romance first.
42.
King Crab (1980)
Winner of the third annual ABC Theater Award, this maiden TV play by Preston Ransome dramatizes the conflict between two brothers, Barry Newman and Jeffrey DeMunn, over the family seafood business and their father's love.
43.
Revenge of the Stepford Wives (1980)
In this sequel of sorts to the 1975 theatrical movie based on Ira Levin's best-seller, Sharon Gless is a television reporter who stumbles onto the secret of a small New England town whose women are programmed to be their husbands' contented domestic slaves, and finds an ally in her research in Julie
44.
Doctor Franken (1980)
This variation of the Frankenstein legend, "suggested by the Mary Shelley story," and set in a brownstone in present day Manhattan, has Robert Vaughn as a determined New York surgeon bringing "parts" home from work -- the hospital where he does experimental research -- to painstakingly rebuild the s
45.
Firepower (1979) as Costumes
46.
Hollow Image (1979)
A black career girl who has made it in the fashion world is torn between her new life "downtown" and her roots in Harlem with an old flame. This was the first TV play by Miss Hunkins and the winner of the 1979 ABC Theatre Award.
47.
Too Far to Go (1979)
An incisive study of the dissolution of a twenty-year marriage, from seventeen John Updike stories that were published in "The New Yorker" beginning in 1956 and later in "Harper's," "The Atlantic Monthly," "Playboy" and others.
48.
Somebody Killed Her Husband (1978) as Costume Designer
A department store clerk who aspires to be a children's book author is having an affair with a young woman who shops at his store. When the couple learn that her husband, two of her neighbors, and a man posing as a detective have all been murdered, the two of them decide to solve the case.
49.
Last Tenant (1978)
A drama of family members facing decisions about the care of their elderly father who can no longer safely live alone, and the effects on the oldest son whose pending marriage has been placed in jeopardy. George Rubino won an Emmy for his original teleplay, and Sol Negrin received a nomination for h
50.
Siege (1978)
A drama about a community of senior citizens who are terrorized by a ruthless neighborhood gang. After learning that the police are stymied because the victims are too scared to testify against the bullying leader, a semi-retired toolmaker decides to take a stand.
51.
Deadliest Season, The (1977)
A professional hockey player, compelled by his drive to succeed and by financial pressures to adopt a more aggressive playing style, gets involved with violence on the ice, resulting in the death of a player and a manslaughter charge against him.
52.
Strike Force (1975)
A streetwise New York detective teams up with a federal agent and a state trooper in this pilot for a proposed series to bust a narcotics case.
53.
Dragonfly (1975) as Costume Designer
A man newly released from a mental hospital sets out to find his nutty family. Along the way, he meets a girl and falls in love. His new found love exorcies the psychological demons that have plagued him for years.
54.
F. Scott Fitzgerald and "The Last of the Belles" (1974)
A dramatization intertwining a part of the lives of the famed American writer and his flamboyant wife with one of the author's short stories, a semi-fictional account of their first meeting in Montgomery, Alabama, while he was a soldier in 1919.
55.
Death Wish (1974)
Paul Kersey, New York Archtitect, is a bleeding-heart liberal whose world is suddenly torn apart by the murder of his wife and the rape of his daughter. After a vacation to Arizona, Kersey returns to New York with a vengeance against crime, and takes to vigilantism.
56.
Pueblo (1973)
A television movie based on the court of inquiry that investigated the seizure of the American ship "Pueblo" by North Korean forces in January 1968 and held its crew captive for more than a year.

Costume-Wardrobe (TV Mini-Series)

57.
At Mother's Request (1987)
A two-part miniseries based on fact, about a New York socialite, Frances Schreuder, who persuaded her son Marc to kill his father for his inheritance.
58.
Verna: USO Girl (1978) as Costumes

Costume-Wardrobe (TV Mini-Series)

59.
Gore Vidal's Lincoln (1988)
A miniseries based on Gore Vidal's best-selling novel, depicting the personal and political turmoil the Lincolns faced during the Civil War years.

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