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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Make-Up (feature film)

1.
Mission: Impossible (1996) as Emmanuelle Beart Hairstylist
A former Russian spy selling international intelligence on the black market... a list containing names of the top undercover agents in the world... a corrupt agent doubling for an unknown organization... a mysterious arms dealer... a spy agency ready to disavow the actions or existence of any of its members captured or killed... and one man on a mission that seems impossible.

Sound (feature film)

2.
Take My Daughters, Please (1988)
A widow is determined to find husbands for her four independent daughters.
3.
Very Brady Christmas, A (1988)
A television movie featuring a Christmas reunion of the regular cast of the "Brady Bunch." Carol and Mike Brady gleefully plan their first family Christmas reunion in years, not realizing that each of their six children has a secret reason for not wanting to attend.
4.
Beverly Hills Cowgirl Blues (1985)
Comely female detective from Laramie, Wyoming, links up with laid-back Beverly Hills cop, a desk jockey assigned to keep her out of the department's hair, while she goes about tracking down the killer of a respectable smalltown girl who turns out to be a hooker mixed up in diamond smuggling. This li
5.
Family Secrets (1984)
A recently widowed mother, her advertising executive daughter, and her teenage granddaughter, reunite for an emotion charged weekend to close up the recently-sold family home, relive painful memories and resolve long-standing tensions. For this film, initially called "Mother's Day" (after the day on
6.
Silence of the Heart (1984)
This drama dealing with teenage suicide features several members of moviedom's so-called "Brat Pack"--among them Chad Lowe, as the 17-year-old from a middle-class family, whose school pressures and difficult social life lead him to drive his car over a cliff, and Charlie Sheen (Martin's son making h
7.
Calendar Girl Murders (1984)
A detective is put on the case of the killer who seems to be working this way through the year murdering calendar models, already having bumped off Miss January and Miss February and now stalking Miss March.
8.
Burning Bed, The (1984)
Farrah Fawcett astounded critics with the heretofore unplumbed depths of her performing abilities, playing a battered wife charged with her husband's murder after setting his bed afire following years of beatings and humiliations. Her greatly praised work won her an Emmy nomination as Outstanding Ac
9.
Second Sight: A Love Story (1984)
A self-sufficient blind woman who has lived with her handicap for fifteen years, the golden Labrador retriever she at first reluctantly agrees to accept as a seeing-eye dog, and the man with whom she begins a relationship and who convinces her to attempt an operation that might restore her sight are
10.
Heart of Steel (1983)
Peter Strauss is a steelworker caught in the shutdown of a mill where his family had worked for decades and goes south to find a job but, frustrated when the unemployment drags on, he turns to drink and takes his frustrations out on the wife and kids.
11.
A Christmas Story (1983) as Sound Mixer
An Indiana schoolboy dreams of getting a Red Ryder air rifle for Christmas.
12.
A Christmas Story (1983) as Sound Rerecording
An Indiana schoolboy dreams of getting a Red Ryder air rifle for Christmas.
13.
Porky's II: The Next Day (1983) as Sound Recording
14.
Lords of Discipline, The (1983) as Sound Recording Mixer (Usa)
Will McLean, is a senior student at the South Carolina Military school in the 60's. When the schools first black student arrives, McLean is confidentially assigned to make sure that the newcomer's initiation doesn't get out of control, which it does. Soon it begins to seem like someone is trying to kill his new charge. McLean investigates the matter and uncovers an elusive group of sadistic students who will do whatever they have to do to control their school.
15.
Happy Endings (1983)
The second TV-movie in 1983 using the title, "Happy Endings", explores the plight of a teenager who postpones his determination to become a songwriter so that he can keep his younger brother and two sisters together as a family following the death of their parents. Based on the true experiences of its producer-writer, Christopher Beaumont, one of the guiding forces behind TV's "Fame," this film, initially titled "House of Cards," also was the pilot to a prospective series.
16.
Side By Side: The True Story of the Osmond Family (1982)
Marie Osmond portrays her mother in this dramatic recounting of how the elder Osmonds met and raised eight talented children, two of whom are hearing impaired. Several of the younger Osmonds play their own parents at the same age on this family film produced by Osmond Productions almost entirely in
17.
Not in Front of the Children (1982)
A divorced mother (Linda Gray) finds she has a bitter custody fight on her hands after inviting a young doctor (John Getz) to move in with her, to the consternation of her ex-husband (John Lithgow).
18.
TAG: The Assasination Game (1982) as Sound
College student Alex Marsh has had a crush on Susan Swayze for some time. Susan is playing The Assassination Game, in which the players shoot each other with toy darts until only one remains. On the pretext of doing research for his newspaper, Alex tries to get to know Susan better by helping her fi
19.
Incident At Crestridge (1981)
Eileen Brennan stars as a woman who wins election as sheriff in a contemporary Wyoming town rife with corruption, where she had moved with her husband (Sandy McPeak). Pernell Roberts is the venal, glad-handing mayor who does not cotton to the outsider, and Bruce Davison is the deputy sheriff whose suspicions she strives to allay.
20.
Turnover Smith (1980)
Criminology professor William Conrad uses scientific methods, advanced computer technology, his expertise in chess, and the leg work of several of his students to track down a crazed killer in San Francisco. Pilot to another series which Conrad (as executive producer as well as star) hoped would put
21.
Baby Comes Home (1980)
This sequel to "And Baby Makes Six" (1979) reunites Colleen Dewhurst and Warren Oates as the middle-aged couple who, having raised three children, become parents again and are forced to restructure their lives.
22.
Seizure: The Story of Kathy Morris (1980)
A dramatization of the true story of a young singer's brush with death after brain surgery and the brash neurosurgeon whose career is affected by the outcome. The real Kathy Morris put in a special appearance to sing "I Never Will Marry."
23.
Memory Of Eva Ryker (1980)
Natalie Wood plays a dual role in what was to be her last television work, starring as an heiress to a fortune trying to uncover the mysterious death of her mother, who went down with a torpedoed luxury liner during World War II. Ralph Bellamy is her wealthy father who is obsessed with the ship, and
24.
Act of Love (1980)
Old country traditions and values cause Ron Howard to honor the pleas of his brother (played by Mickey Rourke), a quadriplegic following a motorcycle accident, to end his life, and then to stand trial for first-degree murder after the mercy killing. Michael De Guzman's teleplay was inspired by Paige
25.
Father Damien: The Leper Priest (1980)
The dramatization of the life of the 19th century priest who devoted himself to service in Hawaii's leper colony cast Ken Howard in the title role as a last-minute replacement for David Janssen, who had just died and to whose memory this film is dedicated. Nominated for Emmy Awards were Peter Matz f
26.
City in Fear (1980)
David Janssen had his final role as a boozing newspaper columnist who is hired by circulation-hungry publisher Robert Vaughn to make a page-one celebrity out of a psycho (Mickey Rourke) who has been murdering young blondes. Inspired unofficially by New York's infamous Son of Sam killer, this movie,
27.
My Husband Is Missing (1980)
A young wife journeys to North Vietnam in an effort to find her husband, an American flier reported missing in action. She is joined by a cynical Canadian correspondent on the trail of a human interest story.
28.
Gift, The (1979)
Pete Hamill's novel about a young Brooklyn man (Gary Frank) home on Christmas leave from the Navy in the early '50s for a nostalgic visit to his boyhood world. Glenn Ford is his hard-drinking, one-legged Irish father; Julie Harris is his supportive dreamer of a mother. Ford and Harris previously co-
29.
Gathering, Part II, The (1979)
Maureen Stapleton recreates her Emmy-nominated role of Kate Thornton in this continuation of the movie which was the Emmy-winning drama special of the 1977-78 season. Although Ed Asner, the loving husband who died in the original, was not around, his photo is on prominent display in the family livin
30.
With This Ring (1978)
A romantic comedy about various engaged couples and their families who, as wedding dates rapidly approach, are caught up in a whirlwind of emotional crises, from past loves and parental pressure to social and financial obligations. Diana Canova is the actress daughter of former hillbilly movie star
31.
Ski Lift To Death (1978)
A suspense thriller centering on several people trapped in two derailed ski lift gondolas and facing possible death -- a couple of ski champions whom a sports promoter is trying to link together romantically, an ex-mobster, and a professional assassin who is stalking him.
32.
Having Babies III (1978)
The third pilot movie for the subsequent "Having Babies" series which quickly was retitled "Julie Farr, M.D.," and soon afterward disappeared, all during the last few weeks of the 1977-78 season. Patty Duke Astin won another of her various Emmy Award nominations for her performance.
33.
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sing (1978)
Maya Angelou's eloquent reminiscences of her days as a gifted youngster growing up in the South during the Depression years where she and her older brother were raised by their grandmother after the divorce of their parents.
34.
Murder at the Mardi Gras (1978)
A bubble-brained Philadelphia waitress witnesses a murder during the Mardi Gras festivities in New Orleans and finds herself stalked by the killer.
35.
Ants (1977)
Terror from the depths of the earth traps a group of fun-seekers at a lavish summer resort in this thriller that initially was to have been called simply "Ants!" The movie was subsequently titled "Panic at Lakewood Manor."
36.
Secrets (1977)
An unhappily married young woman succumbs to her sexual fantasies and becomes compulsively promiscuous in a desperate attempt to find the "secret" of happiness that her mother had convinced her was hers.
37.
Disappearance of Aimee, The (1976)
A dramatization of the unexplained six-week disappearance in 1926 of evangelist Aimee Semple McPhearson after which a court hearing had to decide whether she had been kidnapped to Mexico as she claimed or had been trysting with a married man as the police and her mother (played by Bette Davis) suspe
38.
Savage Bees, The (1976)
A swarm of killer bees from South America threatens New Orleans at the height of the Mardi Gras weekend. A neat little thriller that won an Emmy in the category of Film Sound Mixing.
39.
Secret Night Caller, The (1975)
A respectable family man suffers from a compulsion to make obscene telephone calls.
40.
Strange Homecoming (1974)
A small-town sheriff (Glen Campbell in his TV movie debut) is visited for the first time in nearly twenty years by his brother, a thief-turned-killer.
41.
Three The Hard Way (1974) as Sound Recording Mixer
The story involves a white supremist plot to taint the United States water supply with a toxin that is harmless to whites but lethal to blacks. The only obstacles that stand in the way of this dastardly plan are Jim Brown, Fred Williamson and Jim Kelly, who shoot, kick and karate chop their way to final victory.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

42.
Beverly Hills Cowgirl Blues (1985)
Comely female detective from Laramie, Wyoming, links up with laid-back Beverly Hills cop, a desk jockey assigned to keep her out of the department's hair, while she goes about tracking down the killer of a respectable smalltown girl who turns out to be a hooker mixed up in diamond smuggling. This li
44.
A Christmas Story (1983)
An Indiana schoolboy dreams of getting a Red Ryder air rifle for Christmas.
45.
Lords of Discipline, The (1983)
Will McLean, is a senior student at the South Carolina Military school in the 60's. When the schools first black student arrives, McLean is confidentially assigned to make sure that the newcomer's initiation doesn't get out of control, which it does. Soon it begins to seem like someone is trying to kill his new charge. McLean investigates the matter and uncovers an elusive group of sadistic students who will do whatever they have to do to control their school.
46.
Happy Endings (1983)
The second TV-movie in 1983 using the title, "Happy Endings", explores the plight of a teenager who postpones his determination to become a songwriter so that he can keep his younger brother and two sisters together as a family following the death of their parents. Based on the true experiences of its producer-writer, Christopher Beaumont, one of the guiding forces behind TV's "Fame," this film, initially titled "House of Cards," also was the pilot to a prospective series.
47.
TAG: The Assasination Game (1982)
College student Alex Marsh has had a crush on Susan Swayze for some time. Susan is playing The Assassination Game, in which the players shoot each other with toy darts until only one remains. On the pretext of doing research for his newspaper, Alex tries to get to know Susan better by helping her fi
48.
My Husband Is Missing (1980)
A young wife journeys to North Vietnam in an effort to find her husband, an American flier reported missing in action. She is joined by a cynical Canadian correspondent on the trail of a human interest story.
49.
Having Babies III (1978)
The third pilot movie for the subsequent "Having Babies" series which quickly was retitled "Julie Farr, M.D.," and soon afterward disappeared, all during the last few weeks of the 1977-78 season. Patty Duke Astin won another of her various Emmy Award nominations for her performance.
50.
Ski Lift To Death (1978)
A suspense thriller centering on several people trapped in two derailed ski lift gondolas and facing possible death -- a couple of ski champions whom a sports promoter is trying to link together romantically, an ex-mobster, and a professional assassin who is stalking him.
51.
Murder at the Mardi Gras (1978)
A bubble-brained Philadelphia waitress witnesses a murder during the Mardi Gras festivities in New Orleans and finds herself stalked by the killer.
52.
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sing (1978)
Maya Angelou's eloquent reminiscences of her days as a gifted youngster growing up in the South during the Depression years where she and her older brother were raised by their grandmother after the divorce of their parents.
53.
With This Ring (1978)
A romantic comedy about various engaged couples and their families who, as wedding dates rapidly approach, are caught up in a whirlwind of emotional crises, from past loves and parental pressure to social and financial obligations. Diana Canova is the actress daughter of former hillbilly movie star
54.
Secrets (1977)
An unhappily married young woman succumbs to her sexual fantasies and becomes compulsively promiscuous in a desperate attempt to find the "secret" of happiness that her mother had convinced her was hers.
55.
Savage Bees, The (1976)
A swarm of killer bees from South America threatens New Orleans at the height of the Mardi Gras weekend. A neat little thriller that won an Emmy in the category of Film Sound Mixing.
56.
Disappearance of Aimee, The (1976)
A dramatization of the unexplained six-week disappearance in 1926 of evangelist Aimee Semple McPhearson after which a court hearing had to decide whether she had been kidnapped to Mexico as she claimed or had been trysting with a married man as the police and her mother (played by Bette Davis) suspe
57.
Secret Night Caller, The (1975)
A respectable family man suffers from a compulsion to make obscene telephone calls.
58.
Three The Hard Way (1974)
The story involves a white supremist plot to taint the United States water supply with a toxin that is harmless to whites but lethal to blacks. The only obstacles that stand in the way of this dastardly plan are Jim Brown, Fred Williamson and Jim Kelly, who shoot, kick and karate chop their way to final victory.
59.
Strange Homecoming (1974)
A small-town sheriff (Glen Campbell in his TV movie debut) is visited for the first time in nearly twenty years by his brother, a thief-turned-killer.

Producer (special)

60.
John Davidson Christmas Show, The (1976) as Executive Producer
A holiday program of music and songs with the Davidson and Lennon Sisters' families.

Sound (TV Mini-Series)

61.
Princess Daisy (1983)
This star-laden adaptation of Judith Krantz's best-selling novel follows the fortunes of the spirited daughter of a beautiful American movie star (Lindsay Wagner) and a dashing Russian prince (Stacy Keach), struggling to overcome her past -- the institutionalizing of her retarded twin sister and her
62.
Beulah Land (1980)
This florid amalgam of a pair of novels by Lonnie Coleman about the Old South had ambitions to be the TV equivalent of "Gone With the Wind" in its telling of a young southern belle who becomes mistress of a magnificent plantation. Trouble-plagued throughout its production (the original director, Vir

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

63.
Princess Daisy (1983)
This star-laden adaptation of Judith Krantz's best-selling novel follows the fortunes of the spirited daughter of a beautiful American movie star (Lindsay Wagner) and a dashing Russian prince (Stacy Keach), struggling to overcome her past -- the institutionalizing of her retarded twin sister and her
64.
Beulah Land (1980)
This florid amalgam of a pair of novels by Lonnie Coleman about the Old South had ambitions to be the TV equivalent of "Gone With the Wind" in its telling of a young southern belle who becomes mistress of a magnificent plantation. Trouble-plagued throughout its production (the original director, Vir

Sound (TV Mini-Series)

65.
Jesse Owens Story, The (1984) as Sound Mixer
66.
Winds of War, The (1983)
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
67.
Flesh And Blood (1979)
Young street-tough-turned-boxer struggles to reach the top while finding his romance with an attractive TV reporter is complicated by an incestuous relationship with his mother. This was Berenger's first important television role and offered a surprising change of pace for Pleshette in her being cas

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

68.
Winds of War, The (1983)
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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