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Birth Place: Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Harper (1966) as Assistant Director
A broken-down private eye sets out to find a rich woman's missing husband.
2.
Dead Ringer (1964) as Assistant Director
A woman murders her rich twin and tries to take her place.
3.
Palm Springs Weekend (1963) as Assistant Director
College students on spring break turn Palm Springs into a disaster area.

Assistant Direction (feature film)

4.
Mausoleum (1981) as 2nd Assistant Director
Susan was traumatized by the death of her mother, who before her passing was possessed by a demon. After Susan enters a mausoleum she is affected by a family curse, and soon her husband and psychiatrist notice changes in her...she is becoming posessed by the same demon.
5.
Hustle (1975) as 2nd Assistant Director
Cynical policeman Phil Gaines is investigating the case of a dead porn actress/stripper whose body was found on the beach. Things are complicated when the dead woman's father decides to conduct his own investigation.

Cinematography (special)

6.
Madagascar: A World Apart (1998) as Additional Time-Lapse Cinematography
A look at the island of Madagascar, the fourth largest island in the world. Three hundred miles off the coast of Africa, Madagascar has followed its own evolutionary path. More than 80 percent of the plants and animals are unique to the island.

Film Production - Main (special)

7.
Obsession With Orchids (2000) as Additional Photography
Documentary that examines the orchid's ability to flourish in almost any climate by depending on "collaborators" -- such as bees, hummingbirds, moths and even humans -- for reproduction.

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