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Also Known As: Died: April 7, 2003
Born: Cause of Death: pancreatic cancer
Birth Place: England, GB Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Girl Next Door, The (1998) as Director
Anne Nolan meets Officer Craig Mitchell when he rescues her from an attack by an abusive boyfriend. Though aware that he is married, Anne begins an affair with Craig. Unbeknownst to Anne, Craig's wife Wendy is threatening to expose police corruption that may ruin his career. Craig convinces Anne tha
2.
Frostfire (1998) as Director
Nelson Nagarauk, an Inuit teenager in conflict with his tradition-bound family, finds a half-frozen Russian woman from a weather station in a remote area of the Canadian Arctic. He tries to revive her, but the next day a helicopter abruptly takes her away. Later, on television, another woman is show
3.
Breach of Faith: Family of Cops II (1997) as Director
Sequel to "Family of Cops" about Inspector Paul Fein, the proud patriarch of a family that includes two law-enforcing sons, a daughter who is a public defender and another who is a free spirit looking for a job. When a priest is murdered, Fein returns to the neighborhood he left 40 years ago. The ev
4.
Princess in Love (1996) as Director
Telefilm based on the love affair between Princess Diana and Captain James Hewitt, her former horseback riding instructor. Based on a book of the same title.
5.
Spoils of War (1994) as Director
A teenage son attempts to reunite the father he just recently met with his mother, who secretly yearns to rekindle the love she once shared with her ex-husband.
6.
Beyond Obsession (1994) as Director
A successful and generous businesswoman is admired by her associates, but is targeted by her daughter's teenaged boyfriend after the daughter reveals the shocking details of life with mother.
7.
In a Stranger's Hand (1992) as Director
When a businessman recognizes a girl from a missing-child poster, he joins forces with her mother to search for her.
8.
Willing to Kill: The Texas Cheerleader Story (1992) as Director
A television movie based on the story of Wanda Holloway of Channelview, Texas, who was found guilty of conspiring to kill the mother of her daughter's cheerleading competitor.
9.
Honor Thy Mother (1992) as Director
A television movie based on the true story of a North Carolina college student who plotted to kill his parents for money and whose mother survived the attack.
10.
Whatever Happened To . . .? (1991) as Director
The story of two sisters, one a former child star bent on terrorizing the other who is confined to a wheelchair.
11.
Night Of The Hunter (1991) as Director
A psychotic preacher marries a widow, convinced that she is heiress to a fortune that she actually knows nothing about. When the woman is brutally slain, her children flee the small town with the preacher in hot pursuit.
12.
In the Best Interest of the Child (1990) as Director
A story about a divorcee who risks jail on kidnapping charges when she refuses to allow her ex-husband access to their young child because she has strong reason to believe that he has been sexually abusing the child.
13.
Penthouse, The (1989) as Director
A wealthy young woman is forced to rely on her wits to save her life when she is held captive by a former friend who is now a mental patient with tormented fantasies about his unexpressed love for her. A prisoner in her own penthouse, the woman must hold off her captor and her mounting terror, in th
14.
Red Earth, White Earth (1989) as Director
A young man defies his father and sides with local Native Americans in a land dispute.
15.
Inherit The Wind (1988) as Director
An adaptation of the play based on the Scopes "monkey trial" of 1925, in which a high school teacher in Tennessee was prosecuted for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution. The leading characters of Matthew Harrison Brady and Henry Drummond are thinly veiled portraits of the actual attorneys in the c
16.
Liberace: Behind the Music (1988) as Director
A movie about the late entertainer, Liberace, covering his life from his early 20s to his death at age 67.
17.
After the Promise (1987) as Director
Based on actual events, a widower struggles to regain custody of his sons, who were institutionalized by social workers after their mother died.
18.
Betty Ford Story, The (1987) as Director
A television movie based on former First Lady Betty Ford's autobiography. The film depicts her alcohol and drug addiction, her family's struggle to confront these addictions, and her ultimate triumph over substance abuse.
19.
Triplecross (1986) as Director
Three competitive private eyes -- two men and a woman, all ex-cops who apparently invested well enough to become millionaires -- vie with one another in solving a pair of complicated murders that also involve an attempted baseball playoff fix and blackmail. This displayed all the earmarks of a pilot
20.
Vanishing Act (1986) as Director
A television movie about a bridegroom and his missing bride, who may or may not be the woman he married. Harry Kenyon, a man on his honeymoon, walks into a police station at a ski resort and reports that his wife of one week has disappeared.<P>Police Lieutenant Rudameyer, a recent immigrant to the a
21.
Miles to Go (1986) as Director
In a rare television acting appearance, Jill Clayburgh is a wife, mother and art gallery owner who launches a quiet (occasionally humorous) campaign to find a potential replacement for herself in her family's life after discovering that her cancer has returned. Filmed in and around Montreal, this dr
22.
Circle Of Violence (1985) as Director
A movie examining parental abuse -- the abuse of older parents by their grown children. Georgia Benfield is a woman caught in the middle of a wrenching personal and financial crisis, and is forced to support her family when her husband leaves her for another woman. Her strength is further tested whe
23.
This Child Is Mine (1985) as Director
Inspired by real events, the plot of this television movie centers on the legal and emotional struggle between adoptive parents and a teen-age mother over the custody of an infant girl.
24.
Guilty Conscience (1985) as Director
Levinson & Link's cerebral thriller about a philandering attorney, debating with his alter ego assorted devious plans to do away with high-minded wife for the sake of his calculating mistress, while each has her own plans to do him in, provided the setting for this elegant if somewhat talky three-pe
25.
Sweet Revenge (1984) as Director
The sweet revenge is by a girl whose brother years earlier had been destroyed by a fellow army officer and who now, fourteen years later, comes face to face with the man, a highly decorated career soldier, responsible for his death, and, unaware of the girl's identity, makes a play for her. Kevin Do
26.
Guardian, The (1984) as Director
A film about a group of apartment-dwellers who, in the aftermath of a murder within their apartment building, hire a security guard -- a no-nonsense ex-military man. Everyone is pleased with Mack except Charlie Hyatt, a liberal who feels that the guard too often takes the law into his own hands, unt
27.
Ghost Dancing (1983) as Director
Dorothy McGuire returned to television after a long absence to star as a feisty, widowed desert farmer who takes on the water company by dynamiting the city-owned reservoir to spotlight her cause: the depletion of the valley's water to feed the city's aqueduct system. Bill Erwin is her dear old Paiu
28.
Prototype (1983) as Director
In this contemporary reworking of the Frankenstein story, Nobel Prize-winning scientist Christopher Plummer kidnaps the humanoid he and his team have developed, after finding that the Pentagon, which bankrolled his research work, is about to re-program his creation (David Morse) for a destructive mi
29.
Take Your Best Shot (1982) as Director
An actor struggling to keep his career alive and his marriage from unravelling is the plot outline of this romantic comedy from the team of Richard Levinson and William Link, a change of pace for the writing/producing pair whose usual stomping grounds are the TV mystery and the social drama.
30.
Rehearsal For Murder (1982) as Director
On the eve of her marriage to successful playwright Robert Preston, film star Lynn Redgrave, who had just made her New York stage debut, is found dead. Rejecting an official verdict of suicide, Preston arranges an on-stage reunion of all involved in his play to trap a suspected murderer. "Cold Readi
31.
Hard Country (1981) as Director
Kyle Richardson has a boring job in a chain-link fence factory, and cuts loose on the weekends with his friends at the local bar. Eventually, his girlfriend Jodie gets tired of Kyle's carousing and give him an ultimatum, either they get married or she leaves to pursue her dream of becoming a country
32.
Choice, The (1981) as Director
Sudsy drama with "The Choice" being whether or not to have an abortion. Susan Clark, the mother, confides to daughter Largo Woodruff, pregnant with boyfriend Paul Regina's child, that she had agonized over the same question twenty years earlier.
33.
Vacation in Hell, A (1979) as Director
A dream vacation at a posh tropical resort turns into a nightmare for four women and a man who wander off into the jungle on a remote part of the island and wage a desperate fight for survival.
34.
Friendly Fire (1979) as Director
A drama about a rural American couple who become increasingly embittered as they cope with governmental indifference in their search for the truth behind the death of their son in Vietnam -- killed by friendly fire from American artillery. Based on the true story of war activist Peg Mullen. Emmy Awa
35.
Lucan (1977) as Director
A 20-year-old who spent the first ten years of his life running wild in the forest after being raised by predatory animals now strikes out on his own in search of his identity. Subsequently, this became a once-in-a-while series during the 1977-78 season.
36.
Ellery Queen (1975) as Director
The pilot film for an atmospheric whodunit set in the 1940s that involves an author-criminologist in one of the cases stumping his New York City police inspector father -- the murder of a famed fashion designer. Hutton and Wayne continued their roles in the subsequent series (1975-76) that also had
37.
Count Of Monte Cristo, The (1975) as Director
A sumptuous new version of the adventure classic which already had been filmed more than a dozen times. Louis Jourdan, who plays DeVillefort this time, was Edmond Dantes in the 1961 adaptation. Both Richard Chamberlain and Trevor Howard won Emmy Award nominations for their performances.
38.
Godspell (1973) as Director
Contemporary hippies relive the story of Christ's ministry and crucifixion.
39.
Madame Sin (1972) as Director
In her initial movie for television, Bette Davis is a ruthless, all-powerful mystery woman who abducts an ex-CIA agent and forces him to help her steal an ultra-modern Polaris submarine. This pilot to a prospective series was a personal project of co-star Robert Wagner, here acting as the film's exe
40.
The People Next Door (1970) as Director
41.
I Start Counting (1969) as Director
42.
The Shuttered Room (1968) as Director
A man takes his young wife to her family home just as a series of strange murders start.
43.
Sebastian (1968) as Director
A British mathematician, working on code decryption, unexpectedly falls in love with another decrypter. This leads them to a complicated intrigue within the codebreakers.
44.
The Strange Affair (1968) as Director
45.
People Next Door, The (1968) as Director
The story traces the slow destruction of a family by a generation gap, drugs, and a lack of understanding of each other.

Cast (feature film)

46.
The Small Voice (1948) as Jim
A young couple discover the car crash victims they tried to help are escaped criminals.

Writer (feature film)

47.
Survivalist, The (1991) as Screenwriter
An atomic bomb falls in Siberia and the USA is blamed.
48.
Godspell (1973) as Screenwriter
Contemporary hippies relive the story of Christ's ministry and crucifixion.
49.
Madame Sin (1972) as Screenwriter
In her initial movie for television, Bette Davis is a ruthless, all-powerful mystery woman who abducts an ex-CIA agent and forces him to help her steal an ultra-modern Polaris submarine. This pilot to a prospective series was a personal project of co-star Robert Wagner, here acting as the film's exe

Producer (feature film)

50.
Survivalist, The (1991) as Producer
An atomic bomb falls in Siberia and the USA is blamed.
51.
Penthouse, The (1989) as Executive Producer
A wealthy young woman is forced to rely on her wits to save her life when she is held captive by a former friend who is now a mental patient with tormented fantasies about his unexpressed love for her. A prisoner in her own penthouse, the woman must hold off her captor and her mounting terror, in th
52.
Sol y la Luna, El (1987) as Producer
Her deepening affair with a separatist spurs a wealthy Manhattanite to return to the Bronx, where she grew up, and reevaluate her Puerto Rican cultural roots.
53.
Sudden Death (1985) as Producer
Valerie is a woman who reacts to her trauma from being raped by turning to vigilante justice. Arming herself with a gun, Valerie begins going to night spots in order to find potential rapists and shoot them. After several of these killings, the press dub the crimes the Dum-Dum murders, because of th
54.
Marriage, A (1985) as Producer
While Ric is getting ready to sign his divorce papers, he remembers his marriage to Isabel who had been his childhood sweetheart. Ric recalls the simple, mundane misunderstandings and reasons that their initially happy marriage fell apart.
55.
Sweet Revenge (1984) as Executive Producer
The sweet revenge is by a girl whose brother years earlier had been destroyed by a fellow army officer and who now, fourteen years later, comes face to face with the man, a highly decorated career soldier, responsible for his death, and, unaware of the girl's identity, makes a play for her. Kevin Do
56.
Act, The (1982) as Producer
After a powerful labor union leader is sent to jail, a complicated blackmailing scheme is developed to get him out.
57.
Choice, The (1981) as Executive Producer
Sudsy drama with "The Choice" being whether or not to have an abortion. Susan Clark, the mother, confides to daughter Largo Woodruff, pregnant with boyfriend Paul Regina's child, that she had agonized over the same question twenty years earlier.
58.
Hard Country (1981) as Producer
Kyle Richardson has a boring job in a chain-link fence factory, and cuts loose on the weekends with his friends at the local bar. Eventually, his girlfriend Jodie gets tired of Kyle's carousing and give him an ultimatum, either they get married or she leaves to pursue her dream of becoming a country
59.
Vacation in Hell, A (1979) as Executive Producer
A dream vacation at a posh tropical resort turns into a nightmare for four women and a man who wander off into the jungle on a remote part of the island and wage a desperate fight for survival.
60.
Lucan (1977) as Producer
A 20-year-old who spent the first ten years of his life running wild in the forest after being raised by predatory animals now strikes out on his own in search of his identity. Subsequently, this became a once-in-a-while series during the 1977-78 season.
61.
I Start Counting (1969) as Producer

Cast (special)

62.
Robert Reed: Unfinished Business (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of actor Robert Reed, best known for his role as Mike Brady on the television series "The Brady Bunch."

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