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Cast (feature film)

1.
What Love Sees (1996) as Dr Meyers
Based on the true story about a blind couple from very different backgrounds and opposite sides of the country whose letter-writing friendship turns to love. The two overcome many hardships as they marry and and raise four children on a ranch.
2.
Wiseguy (1996) as Texan
Telefilm based on the "Wiseguy" series about a federal operative who infiltrates mob organizations. Federal agent Terranova returns and takes on a new assignment in the high-tech world of computer crime and international terrorism.
3.
Corpse Had a Familiar Face, The (1994) as Stanley
A tough crime reporter is forced to examine her own life as she investigates the disappearance of an 18-year-old girl. Inspired by the life and career of Edna Buchanan, Pulitzer Prize-winning Miami-based journalist.
4.
Rest in Peace, Mrs. Columbo (1990) as Priest
A television movie in the "Columbo" series of telefilms for "The ABC Saturday Mystery." Columbo unwittingly becomes part of a deranged woman's diabolical plot to destroy the two men she believes responsible for her husband's death in prison. After murdering one, she moves in on the other, Columbo, t
5.
Back To The Future (Part 3) (1990) as Mayor
Marty McFly drives into the Old West to rescue Doc, whose blossoming romance makes him reluctant to return, from the clutches of the villainous Tannen Gang.
6.
Traxx (1988) as Commissioner R B Davis
After battling his way through El Salvador, the Middle East and Nicaragua, Traxx decides to retire to a life of baking gourmet cookies. When he finds himself in need of money, Traxx decides to hire himself out as the "Town Tamer" and begins cleaning up Hadleyville, Texas of its lowlife street scum.
7.
Elvira: Mistress Of The Dark (1988) as Sheriff
Elvira the vampiress travels to a New England town to take over a mansion she has inherited.
8.
Doin' Time on Planet Earth (1988) as Fred Richmond
Ryan Richmond, a lonely teenager living a Holiday Inn in Arizona, finds his world turned upside down when he learns there's a chance he may be an alien prince from another planet.
9.
Wanted: Dead Or Alive (1987) as Patrick Danahy
A series of bombings in Los Angeles are the work of the brutal terrorist Malak Al Rahim. Authorities call upon bounty hunter Nick Randall to hunt Al Rahim down, and Nick has his work cut out for him to keep from becoming one of the victims.
10.
Johnnie Mae Gibson: Fbi (1986) as Phil Barnes
Growing up in a poor but proud Southern family, Johnnie Gibson cultivates a burning desire to rise above her circumstances. Married at an early age to her college sweetheart, Johnnie defies her husband's need for a strong family life and pursues her career instead. Based on the true events in the li
11.
Psycho III (1986) as Sheriff Hunt
Beginning one month after the end of PSYCHO II, this film introduces Norman to the blonde Maureen Coyle (Diana Scarwid), a pretty young novice who is looking for some sign from above that God exists. Having left the convent, Maureen arrives at the Bates Motel.Unfortunately, not only does she have the same initials as of one of Norman's victims (M.C.--Marion Crane), she also looks a bit like her. Norman tries to keep himself under control.
12.
Best Of Times, The (1986)
Twelve years after dropping the winning pass in a high-school football game, a timid clerk tries to regain lost honor.
13.
Promises To Keep (1985) as Wendell
Three generations of the Robert Mitchum family united for this project, initially called "Fathering," with the veteran actor playing a dying rancher who decides to visit the family he had deserted thirty years earlier. His son Christopher, and Christopher's son, Bentley (in his acting debut), play h
14.
Psycho II (1983) as Sheriff Hunt
After 22 years in an asylum, Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins, reprising his most famous role) is released and allowed to return home over the objections of Lila Loomis (Vera Miles), sister of one of his victims in PSYCHO. Although Norman is somewhat apprehensive about returning to the old house and motel where he committed his murders, he seems to be completely recovered. He is given work at a local diner, where he meets Mary (Meg Tilly), a cute but spacy waitress who seems completely ignorant of the earlier horrors. As Norman gets close to Mary, strange things begin to occur. He finds notes signed by Mother, receives phone calls from Mother, even sees Mother standing in her bedroom window. Then the bodies begin to pile up.
15.
Airplane II: The Sequel (1982) as Texan
This time around the ill-fated aircraft of the original version, AIRPLANE!, is now a Moon-bound space shuttle but the same crew of loonies are still at the controls, along with some additional cameo appearances by such veteran stars as Sonny Bono, Chuck Connors, Rip Torn, Richard Jaeckel, Sandahl Bergman, John Dehner, and Jack Jones.
16.
First Monday in October (1981) as Southern Senator
Conflict erupts when the first woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court takes her seat on the bench and her conservative views are in sharp contradiction to her peers of the court.
17.
Callie & Son (1981) as Senator Houseman
A fictional drama, covering a thirty year period, about a poverty-stricken teenager forced to give up her illegitimate son at birth and the climb to wealth and power as the wife of a newspaper publisher who helps her locate her son, in whose future she becomes obsessed. The original script, set in T
18.
Mystique (1981) as Den Davis
Bianca Ray runs a company called Mystique, also known as Executive Development Training, that holds courses for management executives. During the training, the participants spend a weekend at a hotel, where they endure physical and psychological abuse, ostensibly to help them overcome their personal
19.
Death Of A Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story (1981) as Max Halloran
Beating out Bob Fosse's "Star 80" by nearly two years, this version of the tragic story of "Playboy" centerfold Dorothy Stratten, the starry-eyed Canadian teenager who went to Hollywood seeking stardom, gave Jamie Lee Curtis her first TV starring role and Bruce Weitz (Belker on "Hill Street Blues") his as seedy promoter Paul Snider, who promised the girl a career both as a star and as his wife. Mitchell Ryan is Hugh Hefner and Robert Reed a fictional director named David Palmer (loosely based on Peter Bogdanovich).
20.
Jazz Singer, The (1980) as Texas Bartender
Against his traditional father's wishes, the son of a Jewish cantor becomes a pop singer.
21.
Trouble in High Timber Country (1980) as Bix
The patriarch of a family-run logging and mining company struggles with hostile takeover attempts, union threats and sabotage.
22.
Night Rider, The (1979) as Zack Bodine
"The Mark of Zorro" was updated for this pilot for a prospective series that tells of a New Orleans gentleman who turns masked rider to fight for law and order and avenge his family's killing by four men who wanted their silver mine.
23.
Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (1979) as Cyrus Antoon
The story of young Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid, western outlaws.
24.
Rose, The (1979) as Guard
The tragic story of a self destructive rock star, modeled after Janis Joplin.
25.
Bad News Bears Go To Japan, The (1978)
The Bad News Bears go to Tokyo to play against Japan's best little league team. This time as their coach that have Marvin Lazar, a con man who is hatching a money-making scheme involving the Bears.
26.
Herowork (1978)
Hank is a wayward good old boy who decides to change his ways and start being a better citizen. So he becomes a local hero who helps people out of trouble and then gives all the credit to a masked sidekick. But things become far more difficult when a psychopath begins killing women. Hank tries to st
27.
3000 Mile Chase, The (1977) as Jimbo
A professional courier's efforts to deliver a key witness cross-country to a New York court appearance comes under attack by professional gunmen in this pilot film for a prospective series.
28.
Paper Moon (1973)
A fraudulent bible salesman reluctantly adopts a tough little girl who could be his daughter.

Cast (special)

29.
Big Easy, The (1982) as Nunally Hayes
The story, set in the French Quarter of New Orleans, follows the exploits of Jake Rubidoux, a tough private detective, who, on occasion, plays clarinet at The Big Easy, a nightclub run by a friend of his. In the pilot episode, Jake accepts a missing persons case -- to find the daughter of a wealthy
30.
Border Pals (1981) as Sheriff Norbert Bibey
The story focuses on the feud that exists between Norbert Bibey, an American County Sheriff in Moose County, Montana, and his nemesis, Douglas MacDonald, Superintendent of the British Columbia Mounted Police.
31.
Gabe and Walker (1981) as Lee "Sweet Billy" Lawson
The story of Gabe Peterson and Marion Walker, the owners of a contemporary but financially troubled horse ranch in California. In the pilot episode, Gabe and Walker struggle to protect their G&W Ranch from Cintrex Company developers who seek their land for a shopping plaza.
32.
Semi-Tough (1980) as Big Ed Bookman
The comic adventures of Billy Clyde Puckett and Marvin "Shake" Tiller, two womanizing pro football players for the seldom-winning New York Bulls.
33.
Animal Talk (1980) as Judge
The program features dramatic adaptations of scenes from three famous novels: Jack London's "Call of the Wild," Mel Ellis' "Flight of the White Wolf," and Sterling North's "Rascal."

Cast (special)

34.
Elvis and Me (1988) as Colonel Parker
A two-part miniseries based on the best-selling book by Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, which tells the story of the woman who lived with Elvis Presley for 14 years.
35.
North Beach and Rawhide (1985) as Chairman
Rawhide, a former convict, believes that discipline, hard work and assigned responsibility are better alternatives for delinquent youths than prisons or reformatories. He runs his operation -- a rough and rustic cattle ranch for urban youths with criminal records -- with a combination of trust and f
36.
Sadat (1983) as American Ambassador
37.
Winds of War, The (1983) as Captain Jack Lockin
Herman Wouk's best-selling 1971 epic about a fictional Navy family in the days leading up to Pearl Harbor came to TV in this 16-hour miniseries over seven nights (initially it had been planned for only twelve hours). At about $40-million, it was the single most expensive television event up to that

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