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

Producer (feature film)

1.
Dead On The Money (1991) as Co-Producer
An actress is persuaded by a charming man to join him in a scheme of revenge against his cousin.
2.
Beverly Hills Madam (1986) as Associate Producer
An elegant, successful madam caters to the richest and most influential men in the world. Lil Hutton is the powerful, well-connected madam whose lucrative empire is threatened when one of her girls leaves the business to enter into a disastrous relationship and another falls in love with a client.
3.
Better Late Than Never (1979) as Producer
A feisty senior citizen (Harold Gould) who refuses to abide by the rules in a stodgy retirement home leads a revolt against the dour head of the house (Tyne Daly). Originally, this one was called "Never Too Young," and its title song was sung by an uncredited Fred Astaire. Then it was retitled "Darn
4.
Rainbow (1978) as Associate Producer
A musical drama tracing the life of a young Judy Garland (ages 10 to 17) during her rise from struggling vaudeville performer to the star of "The Wizard of Oz." Cinematographer Howard R. Schwartz received an Emmy Award for his contribution.
5.
Devil's Daughter, The (1973) as Associate Producer
A young girl whose mother had sold her soul to the devil in infancy is now called to the fold by Satan (in the guise of Shelley Winters) who tries to marry her off to a fellow demon. This devil-worshipping horror tale was assembled by the producers and the writer of such later collaborations as "Sil

Assistant Direction (feature film)

6.
One And Only, The (1978) as Assistant Director
1951: Andy Schmidt is in his last year of college. Taking life easy and always a saucy joke on his lips, he manages to win fellow student Mary's heart, although she's already otherwise engaged. But getting a job after college turns out much harder than expected; most directors take offense at his free interpretation of his roles. Desperate, he tries in wrestling. To avoid getting beaten up he stages the fights - and incidentally invents show-wrestling.
7.
Oh, God! (1977) as Assistant Director
A grocer is selected by God to help spread a message.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

8.
Beverly Hills Madam (1986)
An elegant, successful madam caters to the richest and most influential men in the world. Lil Hutton is the powerful, well-connected madam whose lucrative empire is threatened when one of her girls leaves the business to enter into a disastrous relationship and another falls in love with a client.

Film Production - Unit (feature film)

9.
Mother's Gift, A (1995) as Unit Production Manager
A young pioneer woman gives up dreams of becoming an opera singer to move West and settle the frontier of Nebraska with her husband. Set in the late 1800s.
10.
Dead On The Money (1991) as Unit Production Manager
An actress is persuaded by a charming man to join him in a scheme of revenge against his cousin.
11.
Rainbow (1978) as Unit Production Manager
A musical drama tracing the life of a young Judy Garland (ages 10 to 17) during her rise from struggling vaudeville performer to the star of "The Wizard of Oz." Cinematographer Howard R. Schwartz received an Emmy Award for his contribution.

Producer (special)

12.
You Gotta Start Somewhere (1977) as Producer
A true story based on the experiences of an eleven-year-old Sioux Indian boy who was instrumental in establishing a special school for Indian children in Rapid City, South Dakota.
13.
Egan (1973) as Associate Producer
The exploits of Eddie Egan, a former New York City police detective turned private investigator. The pilot follows his attempts to solve the syndicate murder of his ex-partner.

Film Production - Unit (special)

14.
Helter Skelter (1976) as Unit Production Manager
An explosive dramatization of the best-seller about the Charles Manson "family" and the trial of the Tate/LaBianca murderers. One of the biggest made-for-TV movie productions to its time, with 115 speaking parts, and the highest-rated television film of all during the two nights it took to unfold. E

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