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Director (feature film)

1.
Moms Mabley: I Got Somethin' to Tell You (2013)
African-American stand-up comedienne Moms Mabley broke racial and sexual boundaries as a pioneering comic talent. Here, Whoopi Goldberg reveals Mabley's historical significance and her profound influence as a performer ahead of her time.

Cast (feature film)

2.
Christmas Pearl, The (2015)
A miracle happens when the family of a 93-year-old matriarch gathers at her home for a tension-filled Christmas: The ghost of her former maid Pearl comes back for the occasion.
3.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
From their home in the storm sewers of Manhattan, four Ninjitsu-trained turtles, Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and Donatello and their sensei, Master Splinter, battle evil.
4.
Big Stone Gap (2014)
A small town female pharmacist's seeming destiny as an old maid is disrupted when the death of her mother reveals family secrets and propels the pharmacist into finding the man she was meant to marry and the truth about her own identity.
5.
Little Bit of Heaven, A (2012)
A carefree woman learns that she has terminal cancer. Her doctor is deeply affected by the way she accepts the news of her fate with humor and dignity. From there, they find themselves falling in love and making the most of the time they have left.
6.
Black Dog, Red Dog (2012)
Follows the life of poet Stephen Dobyns as he deals with life, women, and his move from journalism to poetry.
8.
Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey (2011)
Elmo is one of the most beloved characters among children and adults across the globe. Here, we meet the man behind the puppet-- Kevin Clash, who once dreamed of working with Jim Henson and is now a key figure in the production of Sesame Street.
9.
Toy Story 3 (2010)
When Andy leaves for university, his toys are accidentally donated to a nursery school where the children do not treat them well, so they plot their escape.
10.
Teenage Paparazzi (2010)
Actor Adrian Grenier explores his relationship with a 14-year old paparazzo who took his picture and interviews other celebrities about the culture of fame.
11.
For Colored Girls (2010)
Nine women are brought together through crisis, heartbreak and support which ultimately allows them to find commonality and understanding for issues that affect women, and women of color in particular.
12.
Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail (2009)
After a high-speed freeway chase puts Madea in front of the judge, her reprieve is short-lived as anger management issues get the best of her and land her in jail. A gleeful Joe couldn't be happier at Madea's misfortune. But Madea's eccentric family members the Browns rally behind her, lending their special "country" brand of support. Meanwhile, Assistant District Attorney Joshua Hardaway is on the fast track to career success. But Hardaway lands a case too personal to handle--defending young prostitute and former drug addict Candace Washington--and asks his fiancée and fellow ADA Linda Holmes to fill in on his behalf. When Candace ends up in jail, Madea befriends the young woman, protecting her in a "motherly" way as only Madea can.
13.
Mia and the Migoo (2008)
Young Mia lives on an island that is currently being transformed into a lavish resort by an unscrupulous real estate developer. Her father Pedro is one of the laborers charged with constructing the resort, though lately the project has been beset by a series of mysterious problems. Then, she encount
14.
Meerkat Manor: The Story Begins (2008)
About a group of meerkats--Flower and her family--living in the Kalahari Desert in South Africa.
15.
Snow Buddies (2008)
Five talking puppies - Rosebud, Buddha, Budderball, B-Dawg, and Mudbud - inadvertently find themselves in Alaska after sneaking aboard a refrigerated truck. There, the pups encounter a malamute named Shasta and eventually agree to run a dogsled race with a scrappy young boy.
16.
If I Had Known I Was a Genius (2007)
A young African-American man recounts his life. When he finds out he has a high IQ, he struggles to fit in somewhere while also battling with his dysfunctional family.
17.
Homie Spumoni (2007)
A black man raised as an Italian-American goombah is unaware that he is black. When his birth parents show up, he spurns his Italian family as well as his Jewish American Princess girlfriend and goes to his birth family's home. There, he realizes he must learn to be comfortable in his own skin.
18.
Farce of the Penguins (2007)
A send-up of "March of the Penguins" and various wildlife documentaries.
19.
Doogal (2006)
Legend tells of three magic diamonds that--if in the wrong hands--can be united to create a force powerful enough to freeze the sun. When the evil sorcerer Zeebad escapes from his ancient prison, he vows to exact revenge by deep-freezing the earth forever. Determined to save the world, a fellowship
20.
Everyone's Hero (2006)
Set in the 1930s, the story revolves around a father and son and two legendary urban baseball teams.
21.
Aristocrats, The (2005) as Herself
Comedy veterans and co-creators Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza capitalize on thier insider status and invite over 100 of their closest friends--who happen to be some of the biggest names in entertainment, from George Carlin, Whoopi Goldberg, Drew Cary to Gilbert Gottfried, Bob Saget, Paul Reiser an
22.
Racing Stripes (2005) as Voice Of Franny
In the middle of a raging thunderstorm, a traveling circus accidentally leaves behind some very precious cargo--a baby zebra. The gangly little foal is rescued by horse farmer Nolan Walsh, who takes him home to his young daughter Channing. Once a champion thoroughbred trainer, Walsh has given up h
23.
Lion King 1 1/2, The (2004) as Voice Of Shenzi
A humorous look at life, as told by Timon and Pumba, after "The Lion King" and before "The Lion King 2."
24.
Pauly Shore is Dead (2004) as Herself--Cameo
A fading actor's plans to revive his career, by faking his own death, are ruined by distraught fan.
25.
Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004) as Herself
The adventure continues with a new generation of talking toddlers. This time, the baby geniuses find themselves at the center of a nefarious scheme led by powerful media mogul Bill Biscane. Joining the babies in their battle against evil is a legendary baby named Kahuna. Part ultra-cool spy, part su
26.
Blizzard (2003) as Voice Blizzard
When a young girl has her love of skating taken away from her, she is cheered up by Blizzard, Santa's most magical reindeer.
27.
Searching for Debra Winger (2003) as Herself
Rosanna Arquette heads up this exploration of the pressures, choices and sacrifices that female actors face working in the entertainment industry, particularly as they hit 40 and begin being overlooked for certain roles. Debra Winger is the example of a pioneer in this battle because of her decisio
28.
More Dogs Than Bones (2003)
A mob boss, on his way from New York to Los Angeles, hides a cache of money in the luggage of an unsuspecting Nepalese tourist. But, when the gangster sends two of his henchmen to retrieve the loot, things don't go exactly as planned.
29.
Good Fences (2003) as Mabel Spader
Based on Erika Ellis' novel of the same name, set in the 1970's, an upwardly mobile black family's move into the prestigious community of Greenwich, Connecticut comes with dramatic consequences.
30.
It's a Very Muppet Christmas Movie (2002) as Daniel'S Boss
Kermit must protect the theater from an evil banker who wants to destroy and reopen it as a nightclub.
31.
Showboy (2002) as Cameo
Christian has a lot of fortitude: he wants two tries at the American dream of success, and by golly, he may make it after all. A writer for the hit HBO series "Six Feet Under," the charming, gay British expatriate is summarily fired at the end of a season, with the advice that he seek work on hospit
32.
What Makes a Family (2001) as Terry Harrison
Two gay women have a daughter through artificial insemination. When one of them dies, the parents of the dead partner try to take the child. Based on the true story of Janine Radcliffe.<P>Janine Nielssen first comes to terms with her own sexuality when she meets Sandy Cataldi, an out-of-the-closet l
33.
KINGDOM COME (2001) as Raynelle Slocumb
A dysfunctional family gathers together for the funeral of its patriarch.
34.
Monkeybone (2001) as Death
A comic book writer falls into a coma after a car accident and wakes up in the make-believe world he created.
35.
Rat Race (2001) as Vera Baker
Donald Sinclair owns the biggest, snazziest, flashiest, high rolling-est casino in Las Vegas. And to entertain some of his wealthiest patrons, he's staged the most original high stakes game that Sin City has ever seen! The contestants? Six teams. The jackpot? Two million dollars stuffed in a locker hundreds of miles away. The odds of winning? One in six. The rules? Well there's only one--get there first! What the racers don't know is that the tycoon and his rich buddies are betting on the outcome and are tracking every move the teams make. It's only a matter of time before they figure out who really stands to win the most before switching course to look for a different kind of pay-off.
36.
Call Me Claus (2001) as Lucy Cullins
Lucy Cullins is a successful but slick and cynical producer at a home-shopping television network, who is desperately in need of some Christmas spirit. When Lucy hires an actor named Nick to play Santa Claus on the network, she gets more than she bargained for. Nick really is Santa Claus, and he fac
37.
Mary Pickford: A Life on Film (2000) as Narrator
A documentary that explores the life of Mary Pickford who by age seventeen, had become the first actress to achieve international superstardom. By the time she was thirty, she was the first and only woman ever to own a major movie studio, the only woman to be the highest-paid actor in Hollywood and
38.
Mary Pickford: A Life on Film (2000) as Host
A documentary that explores the life of Mary Pickford who by age seventeen, had become the first actress to achieve international superstardom. By the time she was thirty, she was the first and only woman ever to own a major movie studio, the only woman to be the highest-paid actor in Hollywood and
39.
Our Friend, Martin (1999) as Voice Of Mrs Peck
Fictional story focuses on two 12-year-old boys, one black and the other white, who travel in time with the help of a magical watch, interacting with Martin Luther King, Jr., at different moments in his life. Interspersed throughout the animation is actual film footage and photographs.
40.
Jackie's Back! (1999) as Ethyl
A mock documentary ("mockumentary") that comically chronicles the bizarre life and career of an outrageous pop diva, named Jackie Washington, on the eve of her attempted musical comeback.
41.
Get Bruce (1999) as Herself
Who do Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Bette Midler and Whoopi Goldberg call the funniest man in Hollywood? A guy you've never heard of until now: Bruce Vilanch. Chances are, when a star needs a little (or a lot of) advice, they'll say two words: 'Get Bruce!' Vilanch has written for every type of aw
42.
Deep End of the Ocean, The (1999) as Candy Bliss
Beth Cappadora is like most mothers--loving, devoted and occasionally overwhelmed by the demands of caring for her family and maintaining a successful career as a photographer. With her small three children in tow, she arrives at a hotel for her 15th high school reunion weekend. In the middle of the
43.
Alice in Wonderland (1999) as Cheshire Cat
Adaptation of Lewis Carroll's novels about the adventures of a girl in a topsy-turvy world where nothing is what it seems to be. Young Alice chases the White Rabbit down his rabbit hole to a very strange world where she encounters a multitude of creatures and characters, including the Cheshire Cat,
44.
Girl, Interrupted (1999) as Valerie
It's 1967 and 17-year-old Susanna Kaysen is like a lot of American teenagers her age- confused, insecure, struggling to make sense of the radiply changing world around her. The psychiatrist she meets with (courtesy of her parents), however, gives this behavior a name- Borderline Personality Disorder, 'manifested by uncertainty about self-image, long-term goals, types of friends or lovers to have and which values to adopt'- and whisks her away to Claymoore Hospital. Here, Susanna discovers Lisa, Daisy, Georgina, Polly and Janet- a group of offbeat young women who not only become her closest friends, but light Susanna's way back to something she had lost- herself.
45.
Rugrats Movie, The (1998) as Voice Of Ranger Margaret
The Pickles family faces the biggest adventure to happen in any household--the birth of a new baby. As Stu and Didi Pickles struggle with changes associated with the arrival of baby Dylan, big brother Tommy Pickles and his band of infant "rugrats" try to return new baby brother Dil to the "hop-sickl
46.
Alegria (1998) as Cast
A love story about a circus mime and a singer, set against the backdrop of the Cirque de Soleil. Frac falls for Giulietta, but her father Fleur, the circus ringleader, disapproves of the match. Meanwhile, children in the city are enslaved by the evil Marcello and forced to sell flowers on the street
47.
Knight in Camelot, A (1998) as Vivien Morgan
A modern Connecticut woman travels back in time to 6th century England during the reign of King Arthur and finds herself at odds with Merlin the magician. Wise-cracking, independent-minded scientific researcher Vivien Morgan, is hurled from her New England laboratory into the dark ages of England wh
48.
How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998) as Delilah
Stella, a divorced Black woman in her 40s takes some time off work and travels to Jamaica while her son spends time with his father. While she is successful in her high-powered job, her love life is non-existant and her friend Delilah persuades her to take a rare vacation in order to relax. There she meets and falls in love with Winston, who is half her age. When Winston takes a time-consuming job, Stella returns home, only to discover she has lost her job. She returns to Jamaica, finding that Winston is in fact much richer than he has let on, but is then called to New York, where Delilah is ill. Winston follows her to New York and the two try to decide if their relationship can work.
49.
AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies (1998)
This American Film Institute special covers the full spectrum of American movie making from westerns to musicals focussing on the top 100 films chosen by the AFI including Psycho, On the Waterfront, E.T. - The extra-terrestrial, West Side Story, Citizen Kane, 2001, and many others.
50.
Christmas Carol, A (1997) as Voice
The life of Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold-hearted, miserly businessman, is revealed to him in flashbacks on Christmas Eve.
51.
Burn, Hollywood, Burn (1997) as Herself
A young filmmaker comes to Hollywood to direct an action movie but does not like the finished product.
52.
In & Out (1997) as Herself
Howard Brackett's high school English students are astonished. Is it really true that their favorite high school teacher may be gay? But hey, he can't be gay; he's about to get married! Then again, he also teaches the drama class and boy, does he love those Barbra Streisand records... It all happene
53.
In the Gloaming (1997) as Myrna
When a young man returns home dying of AIDS, his parents lives are thrown into turmoil as they face his terminal illness. In the struggle to understand who their son really is, the mother forges a deep relationship with her son in the last months of his life and the father reaches out to the son he never really knew.
54.
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella (1997) as Queen Constantina
Television movie remake of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical "Cinderella." With the help of her Fairy Godmother, a poor girl who dreams of finding true happiness, but who is mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters, Minerva and Calliope, attends a special ball where the local Prince must choos
55.
Destination Anywhere (1997)
Short film inspired by Jon Bon Jovi's album of the same name.
56.
Ghosts of Mississippi (1996) as Myrlie Evers
Shortly after midnight on June 12, 1963, an assassin's bullet ended the life of civil rights activist Medgar Evers, the first field secretary for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the state of Mississippi. His killer was white supremacist Byron De La Beckwith, who was released after two trials in 1963 ended in hung juries. Nearly thirty-one years would pass before justice would make its peace with Medgar Evers. After he is assigned to reopen the case, Assistant District Attorney Bobby DeLaughter enlists the aid of investigators Charlie Crisco and Benny Bennett in uncovering evidence once thought impossible to reclaim. Throughout a journey filled with self-doubt and public criticism, he pursues not only justice for Medgar and Myrlie, his victimized widow, but also proof that Mississippi can change for the better as well.
57.
Pitch, The (1996) as Herself
Two Canadian filmmakers try to pitch a feature film script entitled "The Dawn," a comedy about a Mafia don who is turned into a woman during an inadvertent sex change operation.
58.
Eddie (1996) as Edwina "Eddie" Franklin
Manhattan limousine driver Edwina "Eddie" Franklin lives and breathes basketball. Her world revolves around Madison Square Garden, home of her beloved, albeit in last place, New York Knicks. She knows all there is to know about the team. She knows the players. She knows the coaches. She knows every statistic in the book. But what she never could have imagined is that hitting a free throw during a half-time contest would completely change her life. After a one game stint as the team's honorary coach, Eddie is offered the real head coaching post as part of a publicity stunt engineered by the new Knicks owner, Wild Bill Burgess, a high-profile businessman who would rather "sell the sizzle than the steak" and who sees, in Eddie, a headline-grabbing way to get people into the seats. What he doesn't see is a genuine motivator who can touch, teach and win.
59.
Theodore Rex (1996)
A futuristic family comedy about a cop and a dinosaur on a mission to save the world. Officer Katie Coltrane is a smooth-talking, take-care-of-business cop on the rise. But when they team her up on a high-profile case with a Tyrannosaurus Rex named Teddy, she blows her cool. The bumbling, three-toed, cookie-loving dinosaur cannot even find his own tail musch less a clue, and although he is cute in a lizardly sort of way, Katie thinks he is only good for fossil fuel. Cloned, conned and about to get canned, Katie and Teddy have accidentally come across the most colossal crime caper in history.
60.
Associate, The (1996) as Laurel
Laurel Ayres is a bright financial analyst with more brains than most of her male colleagues. She's fed up with following the rules to get ahead, and when she's passed over for a well-deserved promotion, Laurel decides the fairer sex has played fair long enough. She sets about creating the perception that she's formed a partnership with a powerful financial whiz. The deception works, and while the speculators are musing about the identity of her enigmatic associate, Laurel maneuvers a number of successful financial deals and proves that men don't have a monopoly on creative enterprise.
61.
Bogus (1996) as Harriet Franklin
Seven-year-old Albert was raised in a shiny world of sequins and show girls, surrounded by the fantasy of Las Vegas. But when his single mother is suddenly killed in a car accident, Albert is sent from Vegas to live with his mother's childhood best friend whom he never knew existed, Harriet Franklin, in the decidedly not fantastic city of Newark, New Jersey. As if raising a newfound "son" isn't trying enough for the fiercely independent Harriet, Albert has brought along a friend--an imaginary one that no one else can see--a stupendous, gentle giant of a Frenchman named Bogus. As Albert and Harriet struggle to get used to each other, Harriet's world of reality is brought face-to-face with Albert's world of imagination. Acting as part teacher, part playmate and part guardian angel, Bogus leads Albert--and eventually Harriet--through an enlightening experience of imagination and trust.
62.
Moonlight and Valentino (1995) as Sylvie Morrow
Shell-shocked, confused and lonely, the recently widowed Rebecca isn't alone for long because with the immediate arrival of her eccentric best friend Sylvie, her neurotic younger sister Lucy and her overbearing ex-stepmother Alberta comes a convergence of support and enough emotional baggage for a t
63.
Boys on the Side (1995) as Jane Deluca
The story of three women, one dying of AIDS, who share a car trip across the country. Each has memories she'd like to forget and circumstances she'd like to change. Over the course of their trip, they become friends, joining together to form a makeshift family.
64.
Celluloid Closet, The (1995) as Herself
From comic sissies to lesbian vampires, from pathetic queens to sadistic predators, Hollywood has both reflected and defined how we think about homosexuality--and what it means to be a man or woman. With clips from over 100 Hollywood movies and interviews with many of the filmmakers and actors who c
65.
Inside the Academy Awards '95 (1995)
Special featuring interviews with Academy Award nominees, previous and for the 1994 awards. Includes behind-the-scenes gossip about the awards presentation, as well as fun facts about the Oscars and a call-in opinion poll.
66.
Lion King, The (1994) as Voice Of Shenzi The Hyena
A young lion cub hides from his colony after being blamed for his father's death, but triumphantly returns when he realizes it his destiny to be King.
67.
Liberation (1994) as Narration
Varied accounts which shed light on Hitler's attempt to eradicate the Jews. The film's time scope begins in September 1939 and concludes after the concentration camps were liberated at the end of WWII.
68.
Corrina, Corrina (1994) as Corrina Washington
Set in Los Angeles circa 1959, sparks fly between a widower and his African American housekeeper, the only person who can get through to his emotionally troubled daughter.
69.
Star Trek: Generations (1994) as (Uncredited Cameo Appearance) Guinan
As the maiden voyage of the third Enterprise is occuring, it is called to save two ships from an energy ribbon, in which Kirk dies. However years later he is needed by Picard to stop an evil villian.
70.
Naked in New York (1994) as Tragedy Mask
A young playwright and his college sweetheart find life in the "real world" much more of a test.
71.
Little Rascals, The (1994) as Buckwheat'S Mom
A group of young boys encounter a problem when one of their own falls for a girl and is no longer able to help out with a go-cart race.
72.
Pagemaster, The (1994) as Fantasy
Taking refuge from a storm in an empty library, a timid young boy is sent on an amazing animated adventure by The Pagemaster, keeper of the books and guardian of the written word. Making the acquaintance of three books, each representing the timeless themes of Adventure, Fantasy and Horror, the boy takes a breathtaking journey as his new friends lead him through their limitless world of imagination.
73.
National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1 (1993) as (Uncredited) Sergeant York
Take off on the "Lethal Weapon" series of films.
74.
Made In America (1993) as Sarah Matthews
A light-skinned 17 year-old girl, conceived by artificial insemination and believing that her father is dead, discovers that he is alive, white, and the obnoxious local cable tv car salesman. She, her African-American bookstore-owner mother, and her newly found father must deal with what this revelation means for them.
75.
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993) as Deloris Van Cartier/Sister Mary Clarence
Deloris Van Cartier, now a headliner in Las Vegas, is persuaded by the good sisters to return to her inner city alma mater, St. Francis High, to go undercover as the new music teacher.
76.
World Beat (1993)
A documentary about the growing control blacks are taking in all areas of the film industry: production, distribution, theater ownership, public relations and marketing.
77.
The Player (1992) as Detective Avery
A rising producer tries to cover up the accidental killing of a screenwriter who was stalking him.
78.
Magical World of Chuck Jones, The (1992) as Herself
Homage to animator Chuck Jones.
79.
Sister Act (1992) as Deloris Van Cartier/Sister Mary Clarence
A mobster's girlfriend cum trashy lounge singer is sent to a convent under the Witness Protection Program, and leads the choir there to national fame.
80.
Sarafina! (1992) as Mary Masembuko
A story of the courage and spirit of the children of South Africa's townships in their resistance to apartheid.
81.
Soapdish (1991) as Rose Schwartz
The goings on behind the scenes at a daytime soap opera.
82.
Wisecracks (1991) as Herself
A profile of successful female stand-up comics, from pioneers like Phyllis Diller to contemporary favorites like Paula Poundstone.
83.
House Party 2 (1991) as (Uncredited) Professor
Kid 'N' Play leave their neighborhood and enter the world of adulthood and higher education. Play attempts to get rich quick in the music business while Kid faces the challenges of college.
84.
Long Walk Home, The (1990) as Odessa Cotter
During the 1955 bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama, the lives of an upper middle-class white woman and her black maid become intertwined.
85.
Ghost (1990) as Oda Mae Brown
This is one of the most romantic films ever made. Ironically, most of the genuine love communicated between Sam (Patrick Swayze) and his wife Molly (Demi Moore) has to go through wacky psychic Oda Mae (Whoopi Goldberg). That's because Sam is a ghost and Oda Mae is the only person who can talk to him. Sam wants to warn Molly about the danger she is in from his killer Carl (Tony Goldwyn), but has to get the goods on him first. This is the film that reminds you never to take love for granted and how much fun pottery can be.
86.
Kiss Shot (1989) as Sarah Collins
An unemployed single mother decides to turn her formidable skills as an ace pool player into cash to salvage her finances. To prevent her house from going into foreclosure, she enters a billiards contest and makes it into the national finals where she is pitted against one of the country's top playe
87.
Homer and Eddie (1989) as Eddie Cervi
In order to see his dying father, Homer, a mentally retarded dishwasher in Arizona, hitchhikes up to Oregon. Along the way he is picked up by Eddie, a vagabond, and the two quickly bond. However, Eddie begins taking things to an extreme, taking Homer to a brothel, burglarizing a store, and committ
88.
Clara's Heart (1988) as Clara Mayfield
Drama revolving around a Jamaican housekeeper and her inspiring influence on a child who's parents are getting divorced.
89.
Telephone, The (1988) as Vashti Blue
Vashti Blue, a struggling actor, takes out her frustrations via the telephone, making prank calls from her apartment.
90.
Fatal Beauty (1987) as Rita Rizzoli
Narcotics officer Rita Rizzoli is working on a case involving some cocaine called "Fatal Beauty." A gang has stolen the shipment of the drug that is so unusually pure that it is leaving a trail of dead bodies. Rita teams up with Mike, who is employed by the original owner of the cocaine to help track the thieves down before anyone else dies.
91.
Burglar (1987) as Bernice Rhodenbarr
Bernice "Bernie" Rhodenbarr is a former cat burglar who now runs a used bookstore, but one of the crimes of her past has come back to haunt her. When a dead body is found in a house that she robbed, she is suspected of murder and has to go back to using her burglary skills in order to clear her name.
92.
Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986) as Terry Doolittle
Terry (Whoopi Goldberg) works for a bank, and uses computers to communicate with clients all over the world. One day she gets a strange message from an unknown source. The message is coded. After decoding the message, Terry becomes embroiled in an espionage ring. People are killed, and Terry is chased. Throughout she remains in contact with this unknown person, who needs Terry to help save his life.
93.
The Color Purple (1985) as Celie
A young African-American woman fights for independence during the early years of the 20th century.

Producer (feature film)

94.
Christmas Pearl, The (2015)
A miracle happens when the family of a 93-year-old matriarch gathers at her home for a tension-filled Christmas: The ghost of her former maid Pearl comes back for the occasion.
95.
Moms Mabley: I Got Somethin' to Tell You (2013)
African-American stand-up comedienne Moms Mabley broke racial and sexual boundaries as a pioneering comic talent. Here, Whoopi Goldberg reveals Mabley's historical significance and her profound influence as a performer ahead of her time.
96.
Moms Mabley: I Got Somethin' to Tell You (2013)
African-American stand-up comedienne Moms Mabley broke racial and sexual boundaries as a pioneering comic talent. Here, Whoopi Goldberg reveals Mabley's historical significance and her profound influence as a performer ahead of her time.
97.
Good Fences (2003) as Producer
Based on Erika Ellis' novel of the same name, set in the 1970's, an upwardly mobile black family's move into the prestigious community of Greenwich, Connecticut comes with dramatic consequences.
98.
Ruby's Bucket of Blood (2001) as Executive Producer
It's 1961 in Chacahoula, Louisiana, and Ruby Delacroix runs a waterfront honkytonk for her black customers. Ruby wants more from life, but right now she's played out. She has all she can handle with keeping up her juke joint, raising her impulsive young daughter, Emerald, and enduring her brooding h
99.
Call Me Claus (2001) as Executive Producer
Lucy Cullins is a successful but slick and cynical producer at a home-shopping television network, who is desperately in need of some Christmas spirit. When Lucy hires an actor named Nick to play Santa Claus on the network, she gets more than she bargained for. Nick really is Santa Claus, and he fac
100.
What Makes a Family (2001) as Executive Producer
Two gay women have a daughter through artificial insemination. When one of them dies, the parents of the dead partner try to take the child. Based on the true story of Janine Radcliffe.<P>Janine Nielssen first comes to terms with her own sexuality when she meets Sandy Cataldi, an out-of-the-closet l
101.
Mao Game, The (1999) as Executive Producer
A young movie star moves in with his terminally ill grandmother and comes to terms with his dysfunctional Hollywood family.

Music (feature film)

102.
Doogal (2006)
Legend tells of three magic diamonds that--if in the wrong hands--can be united to create a force powerful enough to freeze the sun. When the evil sorcerer Zeebad escapes from his ancient prison, he vows to exact revenge by deep-freezing the earth forever. Determined to save the world, a fellowship
103.
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella (1997)
Television movie remake of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical "Cinderella." With the help of her Fairy Godmother, a poor girl who dreams of finding true happiness, but who is mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters, Minerva and Calliope, attends a special ball where the local Prince must choos
104.
Lion King, The (1994) as Song Performer ("Be Prepared")
A young lion cub hides from his colony after being blamed for his father's death, but triumphantly returns when he realizes it his destiny to be King.
105.
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993) as Song Performer ("The Mother Of All Medleys" "Get Up Offa That Thing" "Ball Of Confusion (That'S What The World Is Today)" "Dancing In The Street")
Deloris Van Cartier, now a headliner in Las Vegas, is persuaded by the good sisters to return to her inner city alma mater, St. Francis High, to go undercover as the new music teacher.
106.
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993) as Song ("Wake Up And Pay Attention")
Deloris Van Cartier, now a headliner in Las Vegas, is persuaded by the good sisters to return to her inner city alma mater, St. Francis High, to go undercover as the new music teacher.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

107.
Muppets, The (2011)
Walter is the world's biggest Muppet fan. When he and his friends uncover an oilman's plan to raze the Muppet Theater, they help Kermit reunite the Muppets to stage a telethon to raise the $10 million needed to save it.

Special Thanks (feature film)

108.
In & Out (1997) as Special Thanks
Howard Brackett's high school English students are astonished. Is it really true that their favorite high school teacher may be gay? But hey, he can't be gay; he's about to get married! Then again, he also teaches the drama class and boy, does he love those Barbra Streisand records... It all happene

Cast (special)

109.
And the Oscar Goes To... (2014)
An original documentary that gives a behind-the-scenes look at the Academy Awards and Oscar-winning films through the eyes of Hollywood insiders.
110.
Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (2007)
A portrait of comedian Don Rickles who continues to entertain us at age 81.
111.
30th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (2004) as Presenter
Coverage of the 30th Annual People's Choice Awards honoring people's favorites in television, movies, and music.
112.
Disco Ball, The (2003) as Featuring
Special celebrating the music of disco, featuring live performances of classic disco tunes and a disco-themed fashion show.
113.
Willie Nelson & Friends: Live and Kickin' (2003)
Concert celebrating music legend Willie Nelson's 70th birthday.
114.
Richard Pryor: I Ain't Dead Yet, #*%$#@!! (2003)
Special which honors comedian Richard Pryor, featuring footage highlights from his concert performances, recordings, passages from Pryor's personal diary, and testimonials from celebrities who have been influenced by the comedy legend.
115.
Harry For The Holidays (2003) as Performer
A Holiday special coinciding with the release of Harry Connick's eponymous new album that combines his skills as a singer, actor, and entertainer with special guests that showcase traditional and nontraditional performances celebrating the holiday season.
116.
100% NYC: A Concert Celebrating the Tribeca Film Festival (2003)
A concert-event promoting the Tribeca Film Festival.
117.
Unchained Memories: Readings From the Slave Narratives (2003) as Narrator
Various African-American actors come together to read excerpts from first-hand accounts of slave life collected during the 1936-1938 Federal Writers' Project.
118.
Absolutely Fabulous New York Special (2003)
Patsy and Edina attempt to track down Serge in New York City.
119.
6th Annual Sears Soul Train Christmas Starfest, The (2003)
Coverage of the 6th Annual Sears Soul Train Christmas Starfest featuring performances of classic and contemporary holiday songs.
120.
Marshalls' Women In Comedy (2002) as Special Appearance
Comedic performances accompany the presentation of the Lifetime Achievement Award to Whoopi Goldberg.
121.
Heroes of Black Comedy, The (2002) as Interviewee
A look at the art of contemporary African-American humor. The program celebrates the most influential contemporary African-American comedians and explores their impact on the world of show business and stand-up comedy. The program features profiles of Richard Pryor, Whoopi Goldberg and Chris Rock; e
122.
74th Annual Academy Awards, The (2002) as Host
Seventh-fourth annual presentation of the Academy Awards by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences from the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland.
123.
Beyond Tara: The Extraordinary Life of Hattie McDaniel (2001) as Narration
Documentary about actress Hattie McDaniel, the first African American to win an Academy Award, but often typecast as a domestic servant at a time when blacks were growing angrier at Hollywood's demeaning depictions of their race.
124.
RuPaul (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of cross-dressing entertainer RuPaul.
125.
Beyond Tara: The Extraordinary Life of Hattie McDaniel (2001) as Host
Documentary about actress Hattie McDaniel, the first African American to win an Academy Award, but often typecast as a domestic servant at a time when blacks were growing angrier at Hollywood's demeaning depictions of their race.
126.
7th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards (2001) as Presenter
Telecast of the seventh annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.
127.
Independence Day 2001 (2001) as ("Declaration Of Independence")
Variety special celebrating the 225th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. The program features a reading of the Declaration of Independence by Hollywood stars; a music performance by Garth Brooks; highlights of July 4th celebrations from each of the original 13 colonies: and fireworks.
128.
SAG Awards Show (2001)
Live presentation of the 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.
129.
Making of "A Charlie Brown Christmas", The (2001) as Host
Documentary focusing on the creation of the first Peanuts TV special, "A Charlie Brown Christmas," including segments with Bill Melendez, Lee Mendelson, some of the original voice actors and an example of the earliest Peanuts animations, one of the Ford Falcon TV commercials and a tribute to Vince G
130.
Kennedy Center: Mark Twain Prize -- Celebrating Whoopi Goldberg, The (2001) as Honoree
Whoppi Goldberg receives one of America's top prizes for humor, becoming the first woman to receive the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
131.
Comedy Store: The E! True Hollywood Story, The (2001) as Interviewee
Documentary takes viewers through the beginnings of Los Angeles' famous Comedy Store, which gave big breaks to a great many comedians.
132.
Lifetime Presents: Disney's American Teacher Awards (2001) as Presenter
Twelfth annual Disney's American Teacher Awards, honoring members of the teaching profession in the United States.
133.
I Love Lucy -- 50th Anniversary Special (2001)
Special celebrating the 50th anniversary of the television series "I Love Lucy," starring Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. The program takes an in-depth look at the show's stars, its creation and its impact on television. Highlights include stories from original "I Love Lucy" writers Madelyn Pugh Davis,
134.
Great American History Quiz: America at War, The (2001)
History quiz show that tests viewers' knowledge about wartime America, from the Revolution to the Gulf War. Celebrities pose questions in categories such as War Heroes, On the Homefront, Military Intelligence and Lack of Military Intelligence.
135.
Intimate Portrait: Lady Bird Johnson (2000) as Narration
Portrait of former First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson. Includes an interview of Mrs. Johnson conducted by Whoopi Goldberg.
136.
Century of Black Cinema, A (2000) as Interviewee
Documentary retrospective of African-Americans in the film industry. Includes film clips and interviews with actors, historians and filmmakers.
137.
2000 Essence Awards, The (2000) as Presenter
Coverage of the Essence Awards 2000 from Radio City Music Hall in New York, honoring entertainers, public figures and activists whose work contributes to advancement and awareness of social causes. This year's theme is "Building a Better World: A Cause to Celebrate."
138.
Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years! (2000) as Host
Special featuring highlights from past "Peanuts" shows, new animation and interaction between real people and members of the "Peanuts" gang, including Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus and Lucy. The tribute consists of six acts covering recurring themes in the world of Charlie Brown: "Love," "Sports," "S
139.
Intimate Portrait: Lady Bird Johnson (2000) as Host
Portrait of former First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson. Includes an interview of Mrs. Johnson conducted by Whoopi Goldberg.
140.
Jessye Norman Sings For the Healing of AIDS (2000)
Soprano Jessye Norman performs in a concert at Riverside Church in New York City. Among those participating in a fictional church service for the healing of AIDS are Whoopi Goldberg, Elton John, Maya Angelou and Anna Deavere Smith.
141.
Patrick Swayze (2000) as Interviewee
Profile of actor/dancer Patrick Swayze, star of the films "Dirty Dancing" and "Ghost."
142.
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs (2000)
The American Film Institute (AFI) reveals a list of the 100 funniest American films.
143.
Sally Field: Defying Gravity (2000) as Interviewee
Profile of actress/director Sally Field.
144.
Stand and Be Counted (2000) as Interviewee
Documentary special about how musicians use the power of song to galvanize millions of people around the world to stand up for a cause. Over the past 50 years, many well-known musicians have used their music to attract world attention for their causes. The program captures this activism at benefit c
145.
Chuck Jones: Extremes and In-Betweens -- A Life in Animation (2000) as Interviewee
Documentary about Chuck Jones, the creator of animated characters Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote, the Road Runner and other "Toons."
146.
Zoo Babies With Whoopi Goldberg (1999) as Narration
Whoopie Goldberg visits the San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park For Reproduction of Endangered Species to explore the challenges that zoo staffers face as they try to breed some critically endangered species.
147.
Intimate Portrait: Linda Ellerbee (1999) as Narration
Documentary about the life and career of journalist and producer Linda Ellerbee, including her battle with breast cancer.
148.
SAG Awards Show (1999) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 7th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. Honors performances in five film categories and eight television categories. In addition, SAG presents its Life Achievement Award, celebrating career achievement as well as humanitarian a
149.
Intimate Portrait: Olympia Dukakis (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of the life and career of actor Olympia Dukakis.
150.
26th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1999) as Presenter
Coverage of the 26th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
151.
Pulp Comics: Caroline Rhea (1999)
Comedian Caroline Rhea performs from Webster Hall in New York's Greenwich Village.
152.
Zoo Babies With Whoopi Goldberg (1999) as Presenter
Whoopie Goldberg visits the San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park For Reproduction of Endangered Species to explore the challenges that zoo staffers face as they try to breed some critically endangered species.
153.
Hollywood Salutes Jodie Foster: An American Cinematheque Tribute (1999)
Fourteenth annual American Cinematheque tribute honors actor/producer/director Jodie Foster.
154.
Funny Flubs & Screw-Ups IV (1999)
Outtakes from decades of CBS programs.
155.
Inside Hollywood: The Pictures, the People, the Academy Awards (1999)
Interviews with Oscar nominees and a behind-the-scenes look at preparations for Oscar night.
156.
1999 Essence Awards, The (1999)
Coverage of the 1999 Essence Awards presentation from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The Essence Awards highlight the contributions of outstanding African-Americans.
157.
Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize Celebrating the Humor of Richard Pryor, The (1999)
Coverage of the first annual Kennedy Center Celebration of American Humor, culminating with the presentation of the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize to comedian Richard Pryor.
158.
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Stars, The (1999)
The American Film Institute salutes American screen legends, in honor of the 100th anniversary of American movies. The event features 50 of today's stars paying tribute to 50 American screen legends, 25 women and 25 men.
159.
Fall in Love With a Stranger (1999)
Vignettes on celebrities and other individuals who have adopted cats and dogs.
160.
71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1999) as Host
Live coverage of the 71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.
161.
Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer (1998) as Voice Of The Evil Ice Queen
Rudolph is ostracised by reindeer society for his difference - his father is embarrassed and the others won't let him play their reindeer games. But when evil Stormella threatens the delivery of Christmas presents by creating bad weather, Rudolph saves the day by lighting the way for Santa.
162.
Bob Hope: The Road to the Top (1998) as Narration
Documentary on the life and career of entertainer and comedian Bob Hope, using film clips, photographs and footage from his USO appearances all over the world. Telecast to commemmorate Hope's 95th birthday.
163.
Comic Relief VIII (1998) as Host
Eighth annual live comedy event to benefit the nation's homeless. Features stand-up comedy, musical performances and ensemble sketches. A toll-free 800 number is shown onscreen enabling viewers to make pledges and donations.
164.
Very Special Christmas From Washington D.C., A (1998) as Host
Special White House Christmas concert commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Special Olympics.
165.
24th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1998) as Award Recipient
Live presentation of the 24th annual People's Choice Awards, honoring entertainers in the field of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
166.
70th Annual Academy Awards, The (1998) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 70th annual Academy Awards.
167.
Creating "Ragtime" (1998) as Host
Performance documentary showing the behind-the-scenes process of bringing the musical adaptation of E.L. Doctorow's novel "Ragtime" to a new Broadway theatre constructed from two pre-existing 42nd Street landmark houses.
168.
Countdown to Comic Relief 8 (1998) as Interviewee
A live, behind-the-scenes look at the festivities leading up to HBO's comedy event "Comic Relief 8," from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
169.
12th Annual Soul Train Music Awards (1998)
Twelfth annual Soul Train Music Awards, presented live from Los Angeles.
170.
Gala For the President at Ford's Theatre, A (1998) as Host
The President and Mrs. Clinton are guests of honor for an evening of performances by contemporary musical and comedy stars at Ford's Theatre.
171.
Ladies Home Journal's Most Fascinating Women of '98 (1998)
Ladies Home Journal honors their choices for the most fascinating women of the year.Features Emmy Award winner Camryn Manheim, CMA's Female Vocalist of the Year Trisha Yearwood, Congresswoman Mary Bono and Kentucky teenager Missy Jenkins, who returned to school six months after being shot and paraly
172.
Mother Goose: A Rappin' and Rhymin' Special (1997) as Voice Of Mother Gooseberg
A rappin' and rhymin' Mother Gooseberg threatens to quit, and nursery rhyme characters try to talk her out of it.
173.
Intimate Portrait: Debbie Allen (1997) as Narration
Life and career of dancer, choreographer, actress, singer, writer, producer and director Debbie Allen.
174.
Charlie Rose Special, A (1997) as Interviewee
Journalist Charlie Rose interviews Anthony Hopkins, Evander Holyfield and Whoopi Goldberg.
175.
Who Makes You Laugh? 2 (1997)
Special in which comedy superstars reveal which comedians inspired them. Also features interviews and clips.
176.
Happy Birthday Elizabeth -- A Celebration of Life (1997)
Special celebrating Elizabeth Taylor's 65th birthday. Featuring never-before-seen footage of her life and career, as well as appearances and performances by celebrities, government leaders and international dignitaries.
177.
51st Annual Tony Awards, The (1997) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 51st Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Also included are celebrity arrivals at Radio City Music Hall.
178.
Sports on the Silver Screen (1997) as Interviewee
Documentary exploring how sports have been portrayed in films over the last century. Features clips from sports-oriented films as well as interviews with sports and entertainment stars who contributed to these films.
179.
53rd Presidential Inaugural Gala (1997)
Broadcast of the entertainment gala marking the presidential inauguration of Bill Clinton for his second term.
180.
Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony (1996)
Special celebrating the 50th anniversary of "Ebony" magazine.
181.
1996 Essence Awards, The (1996) as Honoree
Presentation of the 1996 Essence Awards, honoring outstanding African-Americans for their achievements.
182.
Comic Relief's 10th Anniversary (1996) as Host
Special featuring classic comedy clips from the seven "Comic Relief" specials which have raised money for Health Care for the Homeless Projects. The retrospective also features new footage featuring the hosts Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg and Robin Williams.
183.
68th Annual Academy Awards, The (1996) as Host
Live presentation of the 68th annual Academy Awards.
184.
Comic Relief American Comedy Festival (1996)
Well-known comedians introduce the best of American comedy to benefit Comic Relief. Taped live at the Universal Ampitheater in Los Angeles, the special highlights the different areas of comedy ranging from new comics to sketch comedy and impressionists.
185.
Comic Relief VII (1995) as Host
The seventh annual live Comic Relief, to benefit the nation's homeless people.
186.
Bonnie Raitt Has Something to Talk About (1995)
Rhythm and blues singer Bonnie Raitt speaks with actress Whoopi Goldberg about her musical roots, her passion for blues and her bouts with addiction. Includes concert footage.
187.
Countdown to Comic Relief (1995) as Interviewee
Documentary looking at the Comic Relief organization's efforts to use comedy to benefit the homeless. Includes clips from previous specials and interviews with the event's founders, Chris Albrecht and Bob Zmuda, and its hosts, Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg and Robin Williams.
188.
American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, The (1995)
Tribute to Steven Spielberg, the 23rd recipient of the American Film Institute's career achievement award.
189.
Planet Hollywood Comes Home (1995)
Special celebrating the Beverly Hills homecoming of the Planet Hollywood theme restaurants.
190.
20 Years of Comedy on HBO (1995)
Comedy retrospective featuring dozens of classic clips, ranging from solo HBO specials and the "Comic Relief" benefits to early appearances of today's superstars.
191.
Out There II (1994)
Special featuring gay and lesbian stand-up comics.
192.
But... Seriously (1994)
A documentary reflecting on comedy's role as America's social conscience. Combines historical news footage with vintage concert and club footage to reflect the times when comedians served as social critics on such issues as homelessness, AIDS, the Los Angeles riots and the Gulf War.
193.
Gala For the President at Ford's Theatre, A (1994) as Host
President and Mrs. Clinton are the guests of honor for an evening of contemporary music and comedy, at Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C.
194.
One on One With Magic Johnson (1994)
Former basketball star Earvin 'Magic' Johnson interviews Roseanne, Tom Arnold, Whoopi Goldberg, Garth Brooks and Shaquille O'Neal.
195.
1994 People's Choice Awards (1994) as Presenter
A live special honoring America's favorite entertainers in the fields of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
196.
Gene Roddenberry: Star Trek and Beyond (1994)
Profile of Gene Roddenberry and his creation of the "Star Trek" series -- through interviews with friends and colleagues.
197.
66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1994) as Host
Broadcast of the 66th annual Academy Awards presentation.
198.
Comic Relief VI (1994) as Host
A live presentation of the sixth annual Comic Relief fundraiser to benefit the homeless. Includes stand-up comedy performances, character pieces, ensemble sketches and short film clips describing the Comic Relief organization.
199.
In a New Light '94 (1994)
The third annual entertainment and information special about AIDS, as part of the National Night Against AIDS.
200.
Cool Like That Christmas, A (1993) as Voice Of Mom/ Irwin
An inner-city African-American teenager wants to celebrate a "cool yule" despite obstacles such as his annoying younger brother, the antics of his "homeboys" who get into a scrape with a local gang, and the minister trying to recruit him for the Christmas choir.
201.
Aretha Franklin: Duets (1993)
Singer Aretha Franklin is joined by several musical celebrities in a concert benefit for the Gay Men's Health Crisis.
202.
65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1993) as Presenter
Broadcast of the 65th annual Academy Awards presentation.
203.
Bob Hope: The First Ninety Years (1993)
A gala special celebrating the 90th birthday of Bob Hope.
204.
American Reunion: New Beginnings, Renewed Hope, An (1993)
A special featuring entertainment stars performing in the first and largest presidential inaugural event.
205.
Gala For the President at Ford's Theatre, A (1993) as Host
President and Mrs. Clinton are the guests of honor for an evening of performances by contemporary musical and comedy stars at Ford's Theatre.
206.
What Is This Thing Called Love? (1993)
Compilation of excerpts from interviews conducted in the past 17 years by Barbara Walters in which well-known personalities discuss their experiences with love, romance relationships and marriage.
207.
7th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1993)
A presentation of "The 7th Annual American Comedy Awards," honoring the nation's outstanding comedic talents.
208.
Defenders of Dynatron City (1992) as Voice Of Ms Megawatt
An animated special about six super heroes and the power-hungry head of an atomic soft-drink plant.
209.
Koi and the Kola Nuts (1992) as Narration
An African folktale about the son of a chief who sets out to find his rightful place in the world, along the way befriending a snake, an alligator, and an army of ants.
210.
MDA Jerry Lewis Telethon (1992)
Twenty-seventh edition of the annual telethon to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
211.
64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1992) as Presenter
Live coverage of the sixty-fourth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
212.
HBO's 20th Anniversary -- We Hardly Believe It Ourselves (1992)
A special celebrating HBO's twentieth anniversary. Features new performances, classic clips from HBO specials, and reprises of memorable moments in HBO's twenty years.
213.
Comic Relief V (1992) as Host
A live broadcast of the fifth annual "Comic Relief" fundraiser to help homeless Americans.
214.
Comedy Store's 20th Birthday, The (1992)
A special celebrating The Comedy Store as told by the stand-up comics who performed there.
215.
1992 Grammy Awards (1992) as Host
Live coverage of the 34th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry.
216.
AFI Salute to Sidney Poitier (1992)
A broadcast in which the American Film Institute (AFI) presents its twentieth annual Life Achievement Award to Sidney Poitier.
217.
Danny Kaye's International Children's Awards For UNICEF (1992)
Broadcast of a children's musical competition featuring finalists from over twenty countries.
218.
Rock the Vote (1992)
A special designed to get young people to register to vote.
219.
Hurricane Relief (1992)
Edited broadcast of a concert held in Miami, Florida, to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Andrew which hit Southern Florida in August 1992.
220.
Back to School '92 (1992)
A special focusing on the education crisis in our country and how to solve it.
221.
Whoopi Goldberg: Chez Whoopi (1991) as Host
A comedy special hosted by Whoopi Goldberg.
222.
63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1991) as Presenter
Live coverage of the sixty-third annual Academy Awards ceremony.
223.
Victory & Valor: A Special Olympics All-Star Celebration (1991)
A special featuring celebrity performances during the International Summer Special Olympics held in Minneapolis/St. Paul. Telecast includes the opening-ceremonies show and the stories of four Special Olympics athletes.
224.
23rd Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (1991)
A presentation of the twenty-third annual NAACP "Image Awards" honoring those who have made a positive contribution to the image of African-Americans in the motion picture, television and recording industries.
225.
Dream Is Alive: The 20th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World, The (1991)
A special commemorating Walt Disney World's 20th anniversary.
226.
Ray Charles: 50 Years in Music, Uh-Huh! (1991) as Host
A special commemorating singer Ray Charles's 50th year in the music industry. Taped at a benefit event for the Starlight and Starbright Pavilion Foundations.
227.
Voices That Care (1991)
An all-star musical tribute to the American troops in the Persian Gulf. The program includes the premiere of the video "Voices That Care," as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video and interviews with some of the nearly 100 entertainment and sports celebrities who participated i
228.
45th Annual Tony Awards, The (1991)
A live presentation of the 1991 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
229.
Dead Wait (1991) as Medicine Woman
The search for a priceless black pearl leads to treachery on a tropical island.
230.
Smokey Robinson (1990) as Narration
A documentary special examining the 30-year career of song writer/performer Smokey Robinson. A presentation of "Motown on Showtime."
231.
America's All-Star Tribute to Oprah Winfrey (1990)
A telecast of the third annual "America's Hope Award" presented to Oprah Winfrey.
232.
CBS Comedy Bloopers II (1990)
A comedy special containing a selection of comical slips, blunders and tongue-twisters cut from several CBS primetime series.
233.
Red, Hot & Blue (1990) as Host
A special featuring a variety of Cole Porter classics, produced and performed as music videos by contemporary music artists. Each video is directed by a well-known musical or feature film director. Contains AIDS awareness and educational messages as well as a profile of the life of Cole Porter.
234.
CBS Comedy Bloopers (1990)
A special featuring gaffes and blunders from CBS primetime comedies.
235.
Fifteenth Annual Circus of the Stars (1990) as Ringmaster
A special in which celebrities with no prior professional circus experience perform circus feats.
236.
Laugh, a Tear, A (1990) as Host
A special, hosted by Whoopi Goldberg, highlighting African-American humor. Included are interviews, comedy routines and highlights of the careers of famous comedians from the past, such as Steppin Fetchit, Moms Mabley, Pigmeat Markham, and Bert Williams.
237.
Comic Relief IV (1990) as Host
The fourth annual "Comic Relief" fundraiser to help homeless Americans. The five-hour presentation is broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York.
238.
Motown 30: What's Goin' On! (1990)
A music special commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Motown recording label. The program features Motown's recording artists, as well as comedians and actors who have been influenced by the Motown sound.
239.
Whoopi Goldberg & Billy Connolly in Performance (1990)
A stand-up performance by comedians Whoopi Goldberg and Billy Connolly at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. A presentation of "HBO Comedy Hour."
240.
Tales From the Whoop: Hot Rod Brown, Class Clown (1990) as Angela
A special in which a wise-cracking underachieving 9th grade student acquires self-confidence with the help of a guardian angel.
241.
Happy Birthday, Bugs: 50 Looney Years (1990)
A special celebrating the fiftieth birthday of cartoon character Bugs Bunny. Also included is a tribute to the late Mel Blanc, the creator of Bugs' voice.
242.
That's What Friends Are For (1990) as Host
A benefit concert for the Gay Men's Health Crisis and AIDS organizations nationwide as well as celebrating the 15th anniversary of Arista Records.
243.
10th Annual Ace Awards (1989)
Live presentation of the ACE Awards, honoring the best in made-for-cable programming. Chuck Dolan receives the Governor's Award for his career achievements in the cable industry and HBO receives the Golden ACE award, cable's highest honor, for outstanding achievments in cable.
244.
Truth About Teachers, The (1989) as Host
A documentary featuring teachers who are using innovative techniques in order to instruct students more effectively.
245.
My Past Is My Own (1989) as Mariah Johnston
A "CBS Schoolbreak Special" about two contemporary black teenagers from New Jersey who, through the inspiration of a spellbinding relative, relive the danger and excitement of a 1960s nonviolent sit-in.
246.
All-Star Tribute to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1989)
A special paying tribute to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who is leaving professional basketball after 20 seasons and an unprecedented four NBA championships to pursue a career in entertainment. The special includes comedy skits, original musical numbers, and film clips highlighting Abdul-Jabar's career.
247.
Comic Relief III (1989) as Host
A broadcast of the third Comic Relief benefit to raise funds and awareness to help the homeless. Broadcast live from the Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles. As in the two previous benefits, a toll-free 800 number will be provided on screen for viewers to call in and pledge contributions.
248.
75th Anniversary of Beverly Hills, The (1989)
A seventy-fifth anniversary salute to the city of Beverly Hills, California. Included is the presentation of the annual Will Rogers Award to entertainer Frank Sinatra; a tour of the city's designer shops by Shelley Long; Christmas and Fourth of July ceremonies; an auto tour of the city conducted by
249.
Debbie Allen Special, The (1989)
A variety special in which Debbie Allen and her guests take a behind-the-scenes look at the varied experiences that can shape an entertainer's career.
250.
Hanna-Barbera 50th Anniversary Special (1989)
A special celebrating animators William Hanna and Joseph Barbera's 50th anniversary. The program features cartoon footage of the team's best-loved characters from the past fifty years, including Yogi Bear, Tom & Jerry and the Flintstones as well as their latest animated creations. Hollywood celebrit
251.
2nd Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1988)
A live broadcast of the American Comedy Awards from the Hollywood Palladium. The ceremony, conducted without a host, honors the top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment. Included is a special tribute to Blake Edwards, who receives the Lifetime Creative Achievement Award in recog
252.
Free to Be... a Family (1988)
A Christmas special sequel to Marlo Thomas' 1974 children's program, "Free to Be You and Me," celebrating the friendship between Russian and American children. The program features a satellite hook-up with the Soviet Union, airing on Gostelradio's First Channel.
253.
Freedomfest: Nelson Mandela's 70th Birthday Celebration (1988)
A six-hour rock concert, airing live from Wembley Stadium in London, honoring anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela, who has been imprisoned by the South African government for nearly 25 years.
254.
All-Star Celebration: The '88 Vote, An (1988)
A variety special celebrating the importance of a citizen's right to vote and hinting at the almost meaningless exercise that presidential elections have become. Emphasis is given to votes on specific ballot issues that can have immediate effect on schools, environmental initiatives, state and local
255.
Whoopi Goldberg's Fontaine: Why Am I Straight? (1988)
A comedy special starring Whoopi Goldberg as she recreates her alter-ego, Fontaine, newly released from the Betty Ford clinic.
256.
Pee-wee's Playhouse Christmas Special (1988)
A holiday special featuring Pee-wee Herman, his magical playhouse, and an assortment of celebrity guests.
257.
Comic Relief II (1987)
A live comedy benefit for the homeless held at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. HBO telecast the first benefit in 1986. A toll-free 800 telephone number was displayed onscreen for viewer contributions to relieve the plight of the homeless in 23 cities nationwide.
258.
Happy Birthday, Hollywood! (1987)
A gala celebration, benefiting the Motion Picture and Television Country House and Hospital, held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in honor of the centennial of the founding of the town of Hollywood.
259.
Carol Burnett Special... Carol, Carl, Whoopi & Robin, A (1987)
An hour-long special hosted by Carol Burnett. The program features musical and comedy routines with Carol and guest performers.
260.
Pointer Sisters... Up All Night, The (1987)
A special featuring the Pointer Sisters in an all-night musical tour of Los Angeles, featuring performances at some of the city's top clubs.
261.
29th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1987)
A live broadcast of the twenty-ninth annual Grammy Awards ceremony from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
262.
19th Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (1987)
The Awards Ceremony, taped on December 14, 1986, at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, honors individuals and companies who contribute positively to the images of black people.
263.
Funny, You Don't Look 200 (1987)
A variety special saluting the bicentennial of the adoption of the Constitution of the United States. An all-star cast strives to communicate the spirit of that document through a compilation of scenes, monologues, animation, and music.
264.
1st Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1987)
The first live broadcast of this new awards show dedicated to comedy in all its forms. Besides the 14 category awards, Norman Lear is the recipient of the first annual American Comedy Award for a lifetime creative contribution to the field of comedy, and three Lifetime Achievement Awards to perform
265.
American Film Institute Salute to Billy Wilder, The (1986)
A taped special of the live presentation by the American Film Institute to director, Billy Wilder, of its AFI Life Achievement Award at a dinner on March 6, 1986, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. Celebrities pay tribute to the famed producer, director, and screenwriter.
266.
Comic Relief (1986) as Host
A live comedy special with numerous guest appearances (in person and in pre-recorded segments) by noted stars, as a benefit to help America's homeless. Viewers call an "800" number to make donations to the Comic Relief organization, a not-for-profit group.
267.
58th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1986) as Presenter
Live coverage of the fifty-eighth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
268.
12th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1986)
An awards ceremony honoring America's favorite performers in the fields of television, motion pictures, and music hosted by John Denver.
269.
28th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1986)
Celebrity performers and presenters participate in a three-hour live special, originating from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, during which the winners of the Grammys, the recording industry's highest honor, are announced.
270.
Comic Relief: Backstage Pass (1986)
An insider's look at the comedy superstars who participated in the HBO live benefit, "Comic Relief."
271.
Making of Disney's Captain EO, The (1986) as Host
A special that goes behind the scenes of the 3-D musical motion picture space adventure, "Captain EO." Included are rehearsal scenes of the dancers and interviews with the cast.
272.
Whoopi Goldberg -- Direct From Broadway (1985)
A one-woman comedy concert by comedienne Whoopi Golberg.

Writer (special)

273.
Laugh, a Tear, A (1990) as Writer
A special, hosted by Whoopi Goldberg, highlighting African-American humor. Included are interviews, comedy routines and highlights of the careers of famous comedians from the past, such as Steppin Fetchit, Moms Mabley, Pigmeat Markham, and Bert Williams.
274.
Whoopi Goldberg's Fontaine: Why Am I Straight? (1988) as Writer
A comedy special starring Whoopi Goldberg as she recreates her alter-ego, Fontaine, newly released from the Betty Ford clinic.
275.
Whoopi Goldberg -- Direct From Broadway (1985) as Writer
A one-woman comedy concert by comedienne Whoopi Golberg.

Producer (special)

276.
Whoopi Goldberg: Chez Whoopi (1991) as Executive Producer
A comedy special hosted by Whoopi Goldberg.
277.
Whoopi Goldberg & Billy Connolly in Performance (1990) as Executive Producer
A stand-up performance by comedians Whoopi Goldberg and Billy Connolly at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. A presentation of "HBO Comedy Hour."
278.
Tales From the Whoop: Hot Rod Brown, Class Clown (1990) as Executive Producer
A special in which a wise-cracking underachieving 9th grade student acquires self-confidence with the help of a guardian angel.
279.
Laugh, a Tear, A (1990) as Producer
A special, hosted by Whoopi Goldberg, highlighting African-American humor. Included are interviews, comedy routines and highlights of the careers of famous comedians from the past, such as Steppin Fetchit, Moms Mabley, Pigmeat Markham, and Bert Williams.

Music (special)

280.
That's What Friends Are For (1990) as Song Performer ("That'S What Friends Are For")
A benefit concert for the Gay Men's Health Crisis and AIDS organizations nationwide as well as celebrating the 15th anniversary of Arista Records.
281.
Pointer Sisters... Up All Night, The (1987) as Song Performer ("Can'T Get Next To You")
A special featuring the Pointer Sisters in an all-night musical tour of Los Angeles, featuring performances at some of the city's top clubs.

Misc. Crew (special)

282.
My Past Is My Own (1989) as Creative Consultant
A "CBS Schoolbreak Special" about two contemporary black teenagers from New Jersey who, through the inspiration of a spellbinding relative, relive the danger and excitement of a 1960s nonviolent sit-in.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

284.
Magical Legend of the Leprechauns, The (1999) as Grand Banshee
Miniseries about Jack Woods, an expatriate American in Ireland who mediates a war between the leprechaun kingdom and another fairy kingdom after a leprechaun runs off with a fairy princess in a forbidden love affair. With the Grand Banshee warning of disastrous consequences if the conflict is not re

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