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Art Director (special)

1.
Television's Greatest Performances II (1996) as Art Direction
Special featuring clips from memorable moments in television history. Highlights include Dan Jansen's olympic victory, The Judd's farewell concert, Robin William's performance at the Metropolitan Opera House, the final episode of "MASH" and a tribute to Gilda Radner on "Saturday Night Live."
2.
America's Funniest Home Videos: Kids and Animals (1996) as Art Direction
Special looks at home videos featuring children, their pets, and other antics with animals.
3.
Television's Greatest Performances (1995) as Art Direction
Special featuring clips from memorable moments in television history. Celebrities scheduled to be highlighted include: Michael Jackson, Bette Midler, Frank Sinatra, Whitney Houston, Robin Williams, Madonna, Steve Martin, Diana Ross and The Muppets.
4.
Before They Were Stars IV (1995) as Art Direction
Fourth in a series of specials featuring clips of current celebrities in their earliest performances. Courteney Cox, Jack Nicholson, Nicole Kidman, Sela Ward, Jane Seymour, Jay Leno, Jeff Foxworthy, Tom Skerritt, Dennis Miller, Lori Loughlin, Betty White and Craig T. Nelson are among the celebrities
5.
Special Half-Hour Edition of Before They Were Stars, A (1995) as Art Direction
Special looking at celebrities in some of their earliest performances. Includes footage of Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, Arnold Schwarzenegger, David Caruso, Sally Field, Farrah Fawcett, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Suzanne Somers, Sharon Stone, Courtney Cox and Blair Underwood.
6.
Top Secret Television II (1994) as Art Direction
A special featuring clips of television programming from around the world.
7.
Conquer Fort Boyard (1993) as Art Direction
A game show/special based on the French game show, "The Keys to Fort Boyard," in which teams are pitted against each other in physical and mental trials at the French off-shore fortress, attempting to collect keys to treasure chests.
8.
Wanna Bet? (1993) as Art Direction
A reality-based special/pilot in which a celebrity panel bets on whether or not guests can accomplish the unusual feats they claim are possible.
9.
Legend of the Beverly Hillbillies, The (1993) as Art Direction
A retrospective of the series, "The Beverly Hillbillies," which aired on CBS from 1962 to 1971.
10.
Top Secret Television (1993) as Art Direction
A look at clips of television programs from around the world.
11.
Comic Relief V (1992) as Art Direction
A live broadcast of the fifth annual "Comic Relief" fundraiser to help homeless Americans.
12.
Easter Seals Telethon (1991) as Art Direction
An Easter telethon marking the twentieth annual fund-raiser for Easter Seals, hosted by Pat Boone, Mary Frann, and Robb Weller.
13.
Tube Test Two (1991) as Art Direction
An interactive special designed to test viewer knowledge of the television medium in such categories as unbelievable things; cops, spies and private eyes; TV milestones.
14.
Bob Saget -- In the Dream State (1990) as Art Direction
A comedy special starring Bob Saget as a man who experiences a bizarre series of dreams.
15.
America's Funniest... Part II (1990) as Art Direction
A special featuring unusual and humorous videos shot by professionals. The clips capture average Americans from around the country doing funny things, displaying unusual talents, and doing impersonations.
16.
24th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1990) as Art Direction
Live broadcast of the 24th Annual Country Music Association Awards.
17.
America's Funniest Home Videos (1989) as Art Direction
A special featuring unusual and humorous home videos shot by viewers and other nonprofessionals capturing their friends and family members in embarrassing situations.
18.
Country Music Celebration: The 30th Anniversary of the Country Music Assocation, A (1988) as Art Direction
A two-hour music special celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Country Music Association. The program includes special segments which celebrate the role of women in country music, explore the roots of country, pay tribute to the legends of country music, examine the phenomenon of country music "c
19.
22nd Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1988) as Art Direction
Live broadcast of the annual Country Music Association Awards from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee.
20.
Crystal Light National Aerobic Championships, The (1987) as Art Direction
Highlights of the National Aerobic Championships finals featuring sixty aerobics finalists from across the country competing in mixed pairs, team, and individual categories.
21.
Comic Relief II (1987) as Art Direction
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.
22.
Uptown Comedy Express (1987) as Art Direction
A comedy special featuring five comedians portraying employees of an Art Deco nightclub, and emceed by Eddie Murphy's uncle, Ray Murphy. Broadcast as part of the "On Location" series and taped live at the Ebony Showcase Theater in Los Angeles.
23.
Not Necessarily the News: Inside Washington (1987) as Art Direction
In this first hour-long, thematic "Not Necessarily the News" special, the intrepid news crew visits the nation's capital to report on the lighter side of the contemporary political scene.
24.
Our Kids and the Best of Everything (1987) as Art Direction
A Father's Day special about the joys and tribulations of parenting. Guest celebrities and child-rearing experts offer various tips and advice.
25.
Mrs. America Pageant, The (1987) as Art Direction
Broadcast of the eleventh annual event in which 50 married women compete for the title of Mrs. America.
26.
21st Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1987) as Art Direction
A live special, broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee, of the presentation of the Country Music Association Awards. The 21st annual awards ceremony marks the 16th consecutive broadcast on CBS. Included is a video montage of the awards nominees and their songs, live perfor
27.
Doobie Brothers Farewell (1986) as Art Direction
A farewell concert by the Doobie Brothers.
28.
20th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1986) as Art Direction
A live telecast from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee, of the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards.
29.
Flintstones 25th Anniversary Celebration, The (1986) as Art Direction
A live-action/animated special celebrating the Flintstones' twenty-fifth anniversary on television. The special includes moments from the best of 166 episodes of "The Flintstones," new animation of Fred and Wilma in musical memories, discussions of their marriage in a television magazine-style inter
30.
From Hawaii With Love (1986) as Art Direction
Thirty-nine of the world's most beautiful women, representing 39 countries, compete for the title of "Miss Hawaiin Tropic International."
31.
Crystal Light National Aerobic Championship, The (1986) as Art Direction
Highlights of the national aerobics finals, featuring choreographed exericise routines, mixed pairs and individuals. Taped in Burbank, California on December 14 and 15, 1985.
32.
Stuntman Awards, The (1986) as Art Direction
The ceremonies honoring the stuntmen and stuntwomen in movies and on television.
33.
19th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1985) as Art Direction
A live presentation of the "19th Annual Country Music Association Awards" from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee.
34.
Screen Actors Guild 50th Anniversary Celebration, The (1984) as Art Direction
The Screen Actors Guild, the trade union for motion picture performers, celebrates its fiftieth anniversary in this variety special.
35.
TV's Censored Bloopers (1984) as Art Direction
A special showing flubs and bloopers -- never intended for public viewing -- from television and film. Ted Danson and Vicki Lawrence and host Dick Clark's in-studio guests. Also included are unplanned clips from the television series "The Partridge Family," "Days of Our Lives," "Fame," "The Perry Co
36.
18th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1984) as Art Direction
The 18th annual awards presentation honoring country and western artists.
37.
Side By Side (1984) as Art Direction
The story, set in Chicago, follows events in the lives of Harry Deegan, a shipping affairs supervisor for McCloskey's, and his longtime friend and tenant, Joey Caruso, a shipping clerk. In the pilot episode, Harry seeks to better his position in life by pursuing a job at a rival shipping company.
38.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1982) as Art Direction
An hour of magic and illusion hosted by Doug Henning.
39.
Doug Henning: Magic on Broadway (1982) as Art Direction
An hour of illusions by Doug Henning, the "Master of Magic."
40.
Richard Pryor Special, The (1982) as Art Direction
Music, comedy, and social commentary are included in this special hosted by comedian Richard Pryor.
41.
Not Necessarily the News (1982) as Art Direction
The pilot episode for the cable series of the same title. The program combines real news footage (slightly altered for laughs) with sketches and blackouts to satirize television news programs.
42.
Osmond Family Thanksgiving Special, The (1981) as Art Direction
A Thanksgiving celebration with the Osmond family.
43.
I've Had It Up to Here (1981) as Art Direction
A series of comedy sketches that look at the things that irritate people.
44.
Doug Henning's World of Magic (1981) as Art Direction
An hour of magic and illusion starring Doug Henning.
45.
Sign-On (1981) as Art Direction
Musical numbers, dramatizations, comedy sketches, interviews, consumer information, and reviews of the arts. The pilot episode presents the first episode of a proposed continuing serial called "Welcome to Twin Oaks," which tells the story of Trish Carlon, a divorcee, and her teenage daughter, Jenny.
46.
Osmond Family Christmas Special, The (1980) as Art Direction
A Yuletide celebration with the Osmond family.
47.
Crystal Gayle Special, The (1979) as Art Direction
Country singer Crystal Gayle appears in her first television special, which traces her musical talents, from country and blues to the music of the 1960s.
48.
Osmond Brothers Special, The (1978) as Art Direction
An hour of music and songs with all the Osmonds except Donny and Marie.
49.
Rich Little's Washington Follies (1978) as Art Direction
A comic spoof of the government.
50.
Chevy Chase Show, The (1977) as Art Direction
An hour of comedy with Chevy Chase in his first TV special.
51.
Maureen (1976) as Art Direction
The story of Maureen Langaree, a middle-aged department store lingerie saleswoman. In the pilot episode, Maureen, who has always lived her life to help others, seeks to change her boring, monotonous routine by taking a trip to the Virgin Islands, over the objections of her mother, her boss, and her
52.
Perry Como Sunshine Show, The (1974) as Art Direction
An hour of music and song hosted by Perry Como.
53.
Dick Clark Presents the Rock 'n Roll Years (1973) as Art Direction
A history of rock 'n roll music with live performances and rare film clips from such programs as American Bandstand.

Art Department (special)

54.
Jaleel White Special, The (1992) as Set Designer
A special starring teenage actor Jaleel White, who fantasizes about writing, directing and acting in his own movie.
55.
41st Annual Emmy Awards, The (1989) as Set Designer
Live telecast of the 41st annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.

Production Designer (special)

56.
Scare Tactics Scare Tac-ular (2003) as Production Designer
Special in which "Scare Tactics" host Shannen Doherty introduces some of the scariest pranks from the show's first season along with some new pranks, which are mixed in with clips from classic horror films.
57.
World Magic Awards 1999, The (1999) as Production Designer
Awards presentation that celebrates professional magicians around the world. The eleven categories include "Best Illusionist," "Magician of the Year" and "Best Escape Artist." The program benefits the United Nations Children's Education Fund (UNICEF) and the Blackstone Young Magicians Foundation.
58.
That's Incredible! (1998) as Production Designer
Special look at unusual people with interesting lives. Features a reunion between an orangutan capable of sign language and his former trainer, an occurance at a haunted house, a bungee daredevil and mystical secrets of ancient Chinese healing. Also includes a profile of a four-year-old golf phenom
59.
Really Big Show: Ed Sullivan's 50th, A (1998) as Production Designer
Special celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Ed Sullivan Show, hosted by The Smothers Brothers. Features memorable moments from the program's 23-year run that began in 1948, including performances by the Beatles and Elvis Presley, interviews with Marlon Brando, Humphrey Bogart and James Cagney
60.
Comic Relief VIII (1998) as Production Designer
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.
61.
CBS: 50 Years of Funny Flubs and Screw Ups (1998) as Production Designer
The CBS Network celebrates its 50th anniversary with an "outtakes" show that looks back at the gaffes in series past and present, along with behind-the-scenes footage from classic CBS comedies.
62.
All-Star T.G.I.F. Magic (1997) as Production Designer
Special featuring young celebrities performing magical illusions ranging from sleight-of-hand to disappearing acts.
63.
Real Funny (1996) as Production Designer
Special featuring live performances and film clips of peculiar and funny people and events. Includes a juggling fly, a 300-lb. Cher impersonator, a human bowling ball and a cockroach painter.
64.
Funniest Comedy Duos (1996) as Production Designer
Special salutes great comedy duos, featuring clips from television and film.
65.
WOW! The Most Awesome Acts on Earth II (1996) as Production Designer
Special featuring some amazing feats performed by humans from around the world, including a man who sets himself ablaze and a man who gets hit by a two-ton wrecking ball.
66.
Greatest Sports Moments of All Time, The (1996) as Production Designer
Special showcases memorable and historic moments from the world of sports. Some of the athletes who participated in the events share their personal accounts.
67.
WOW! The Most Awesome Acts on Earth (1996) as Production Designer
Special featuring unusual entertainers from around the world.
68.
Superstar American Gladiators (1995) as Production Designer
Stars from the four major television networks team up to compete in events, some of which were adapted from the games on the syndicated series "American Gladiators."
69.
50 Years of Soaps: An All-Star Celebration (1994) as Production Designer
Stars from past and present soap operas salute a half-century of daytime drama. Includes clips tracing the origins of soaps, their creators and their evolution.
70.
Storm the Castle (1993) as Production Designer
A game show based on a Japanese series. Six five-member families are challenged in a variety of settings in order to claim prizes hidden in a giant castle.
71.
Say What? (1992) as Production Designer
A three-part comedy special using news footage, hidden cameras and original skits to uncover the thoughts behind the public words expressed by famous people as well as those who are not so famous.
72.
41st Annual Emmy Awards, The (1989) as Production Designer
Live telecast of the 41st annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.

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