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

Editing (feature film)

1.
Message From Holly, A (1992)
A hard-driving, successful executive must decide whether she wants to assume responsibility for the care of her dying friend's six-year-old daughter.
2.
Stranger in the Family (1991)
As a result of an automobile accident, a teenager suffers from permanent memory loss and must relearn all he knew. Based on a true story.
3.
Court-martial Of Jackie Robinson, The (1990)
A movie that documents Jackie Robinson's 1944 legal challenge, as a U.S. Army lieutenant, to the military's racial segregation policy.
4.
Menu for Murder (1990)
The power-mad president of the PTA in an affluent Los Angeles suburb is murdered and many of the members are suspects.
5.
Hard to Hold (1984) as Assistant Editor
Pretentious claptrap clothed in a 1984 rock-music love story that never goes beyond the superficial. Springfield is a highly successful rock songwriter-performer. While driving in his car, he meets Eilber, a tense child psychologist. The two quickly fall in love, and he pursues her around San Francisco until he catches her. Interspersed with the insipid love story is a subplot about Springfield's having songwriter's block.
6.
Love Child (1982) as Assistant Editor
Terry Jean Moore is a wild, young woman. While hitchhiking, Terry and her cousin Jesse are picked up by a driver, and Jesse attempts to rob him. Terry takes the blame for her cousin, which lands her in prison, where her attitude gets her in trouble with most of the authorities. She does make friends
7.
Promises In The Dark (1979) as Assistant Editor
A young woman who has cancer grows sicker as treatments fail, and her parents and boyfriend grieve for her.
8.
Tilt (1979) as Editor
Tilt is the story of a young girl (Tilt (Brenda Louise Davenport)), who is a pinball machine wizard. Because she does not get on with her parents, Tilt is contemplating running away from home, and skipping school one day she decides to go to Mickey's Bar. Mickey, who is Tilt's good friend, helps her set up a gambler for a pinball game. Because the gambler is unaware of Tilt's pinball wizardry, he is easily hustled out of his money. While watching the confrontation, a young man (Neil Gallagher), who is a potential country and western singer and who has tried to hustle and cheat the pinball champion (Harold "The Whale" Remmens), is impressed with Tilt's ability, congratulating her after the win. Because Neil Gallagher has to raise money to make a demo tape of his songs, he has an idea of taking Tilt with him and having her hustle would-be gamblers. Neil invites Tilt to watch him sing at a rock concert, and after seeing him sing, she believes that he can become a great singer. Henry Bertolino, Neil's manager, thinks his plan is a bad idea and they have a dispute resulting in Henry abandoning Neil. Neil Gallagher then explains his story to Tilt, telling her that they will have a contract between them, and because she was already considering leaving home, she decides to go with Neil. But Tilt is unaware that she will eventually be playing Harold "The Whale" Remmens.
9.
Harry And Walter Go To New York (1976) as Editor
Two hopless con-men attempt to pull off the largest bank heist of the 19th century.
10.
Yakuza, The (1975) as Editor
Harry Kilmer returns to Japan after several years in order to rescue his friend George's kidnapped daughter - and ends up on the wrong side of the Yakuza, the notorious Japanese mafia...

Film Production - Main (feature film)

11.
Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985) as Apprentice Editor
After graduating from the Police Academy, Mahoney and his friends are ready to deal with true crime. Their initial assignment is to stop a gang of tough graffiti artists, but the new lieutenant at the station does not want them to succeed. So the lieutenant does everything he can to see them fail, and the former cadets repond by planning revenge on him.

Editing (feature film)

12.
Neon Empire, The (1989)
A two-part television movie/miniseries loosely based on the real-life figures who in the early 1940s transformed Las Vegas from a small, roughly hewn western town into a sophisticated center of gambling, entertainment, and luxurious excess. New York gangster Junior Moloff and Vegas bar owner/cowboy
13.
Amerika (1987)
A seven-part miniseries set ten years after a hypothetical Soviet takeover of the United States. The story relates how the release of a political dissident from prison triggers strong reactions from his estranged family, his childhood friend (now a rising figure in the new regime), the leaders of th

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