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Also Known As: Died: August 20, 2011
Born: April 17, 1930 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Arak, , IR Profession: Director ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Cagney & Lacey: Together Again (1995)
Television movie about the female police detective team, Cagney and Lacey, investigating the murder of a homeless man who has terrorized his neighborhood for years. Evidence points to another homeless man who was once a co-worker of Lacey's husband.
2.
Eye of the Stalker: A Moment of Truth Movie (1995)
A judge finds that the law is no help when her daughter becomes the object of a college professor's dangerous and terrifying obsession. Inspired by actual events.
3.
In the Heat of the Night: A Matter of Justice (1994)
Television movie based on the CBS dramatic series of the same name. A serial killer is on the loose in Sparta, Georgia, and Gillespie and Forbes must track him down while easing the pain of the young victims' families.
4.
Blade in Hong Kong (1985) as Director
San Francisco private eye, returning to Hong Kong to visit his adoptive father, a wealthy Chinese merchant, becomes involved in a series of assassination attempts on the old man's life and uncovers a kidnapping and a multi-million dollar extortion plot that includes a shady tycoon with his own army,
5.
Murder 1, Dancer 0 (1983) as Director
The last of Robert Blake's three Joe Dancer movies, like its predecessors, filmed in 1981, finds the private investigator framed for manslaughter as he tries to uncover a Hollywood scandal that could ruin a studio and destroy a top star's career. Original titles: "Joe Dancer III" and "Lights, Camera
6.
Policewoman Centerfold (1983) as Director
A female cop who agrees to pose for the centerfold of a "Playboy"-type magazine puts her job and reputation on the line in this movie that was inspired by actual events. Heading the cast are three TV personalities: Melody Anderson of "Manimal," Ed Marinaro of "Hill Street Blues," and Donna Pescow of "Angie," each continuing the growing trend of building made-for-television films around familiar TV faces.
7.
White Water Rebels (1983) as Director
This adventure drama out of the "Deliverance" school puts white water kayaker James Brolin, and freelance photojournalist Catherine Bach, on a collision course with unscrupulous developer Richard Lynch, who will stop at nothing to build his dam.
8.
Of Mice and Men (1981) as Director
Robert Blake and much of the creative talent involved in his "Baretta" series and three "Joe Dancer" TV-movies tackled this television adaptation of John Steinbeck's classic novel focusing on the lives of a pair of itinerant ranch hands in the rural south. Blake and Randy Quaid have the roles taken
9.
Big Black Pill, The (1981) as Director
The first of three private-eye movies created by Robert Blake about rugged Joe Dancer as the forerunner to a prospective but unrealized series after the retirement of his "Baretta" character. In the initial outing, Blake, as Dancer, follows a trail of bodies through a maze of corruption involving a
10.
Man from Atlantis, The (1977) as Director
A great tidal disturbance deep in the Pacific Ocean unearths the sole survivor of the fabled lost kingdom of Atlantis and washes him ashore. When the Atlantian is brought to the Oceanic Research Foundation in southern California and falls ill, Elizabeth Merrill, a doctor who names him Mark Harris, s
11.
Trader Horn (1973) as Director
An experienced African explorer protects a young widow from wild beasts and hostile natives.
12.
Eyes of Charles Sand, The (1972) as Director
A young man inherits the ability to see visions from beyond the grave after his uncle's sudden death and is persuaded to investigate a girl's story about her brother's alleged murder. Although no music score is credited because of a composer's strike against TV film packagers at the time, Henry Manc
13.
Carnival of Souls (1962) as Assistant Director
After surviving a car crash, a church organist is haunted by the undead.

Producer (feature film)

14.
First of May, The (1999)
A foster child fears the he won't be able to bond with his baseball-loving foster father.

Title Design (feature film)

15.
Eyes of Charles Sand, The (1972)
A young man inherits the ability to see visions from beyond the grave after his uncle's sudden death and is persuaded to investigate a girl's story about her brother's alleged murder. Although no music score is credited because of a composer's strike against TV film packagers at the time, Henry Manc

Director (special)

16.
Modesty Blaise (1982) as Director
The story, set in Los Angeles, depicts the exploits of Modesty Blaise, the beautiful, mysterious adventurer who aids people in distress. In the pilot episode, Modesty attempts to stop Debbie DeFarge and her evil plan to pull off a computerized heist of Wall Street. Based on the British comic book ch
17.
Inside O.U.T. (1971) as Director
The exploits of Ron Hart, chief operative of O.U.T. (the Office of Unusual Tactics), a semi-official government agency that tackles the cases that nobody else wants. In the pilot episode, Hart and his team attempt to recover $2 million in counterfeit bills for the U.S. government.

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