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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Brass (1985)
The story of Frank Nolan, a three-star New York City Chief of Detectives is recounted in this television movie. "Brass" explores police work not just from the street-level, but from the point of view of the highest brass. Nolan is a long-time veteran of the New York City Police Department whose toug
2.
Toughest Man in the World, The (1984)
Mr. T's first starring movie for television has him playing a softhearted but ever scowling nightclub bouncer who finds himself involved with a bunch of kids after being conned into taking over a youth center. Mr. T's hometown of Chicago was the location for virtually all of the filming, and Mr. T h
3.
First Affair (1983)
College professor Loretta Swit hires naive freshman Melissa Sue Anderson as a babysitter and soon finds her lavishing an inordinate amount of attention on her (Swit's) husband, Joel Higgins. Filmed on location in Boston and at Harvard University (although Harvard made certain that the producers adde
4.
I, the Jury (1982) as Art Direction
Jack Williams was the best friend of Vietnam veteran and detective Mike Hammer. When Jack is murdered, Mike makes it his business to solve the crime. He is helped by his secretary Velda, and partly helped, partly hindered by the Chief of Police, Pat Chambers. On the trail of the killer, Mike discove
5.
Fighting Back (1982) as Art Direction
An Italian delicatessen owner in south Philadelphia can no longer tolerate seeing his friends terrorized by local hoodlums. So he forms a neighborhood watch group to right the situation. However, his good intentions are soon overshadowed by his growing love of publicity, and by the vigilantism of th
6.
Playing for Time (1980)
Multi-award winning dramatization based on the memoirs of Fania Fenelon, a French Jew who became a member of a women's orchestra inside Auschwitz, playing music for their Nazi captors as well as for fellow inmates marching to their deaths. The controversial casting of Vanessa Redgrave, making her Am
7.
Hero At Large (1980) as Art Direction (New York)
Steve is a struggling actor who gets a job dressing up as the comic book hero Captain Avenger for appearances at book stores and conventions. While in costume, Steve manages to stop a grocery store hold-up, and because he leaves as soon as the police arrive, witnesses take his modest behavior as proof that he is an actual superhero. When the mayor of the city politicizes the situation to help him win the next election, the public turns against Captain Avenger. But after Steve rescues several people from a fire while wearing his street clothes, he becomes a real hero.
8.
Tribute (1980) as Art Direction (New York)
A dying man strives to reconcile himself with his son whom he had previously abandoned.
9.
Sanctuary of Fear (1979)
An amiable Manhattan parish priest with a bent for crime-solving comes to the aid of a damsel in distress, a young actress who is innocently embroiled in a series of bizarre incidents and cannot find a sympathetic ear among the police. This pilot for a proposed "Father Brown" series updated the G.K.
10.
Firepower (1979) as Art Direction (Usa)
11.
Oliver's Story (1978) as Art Direction
After the death of his wife Jenny, Oliver Barrett tries to ease the pain of his loss by throwing himself into this work as a lawyer. Not only d s this not help him emotionally, but his political views which run counter than those of the senior partners and his inconsolable grief is wearing on everyo
12.
Eyes Of Laura Mars (1978) as Art Direction
A fashion photographer develops the ability to see through the eyes of a serial killer.
13.
Siege (1978)
A drama about a community of senior citizens who are terrorized by a ruthless neighborhood gang. After learning that the police are stymied because the victims are too scared to testify against the bullying leader, a semi-retired toolmaker decides to take a stand.
14.
Thieves (1977) as Art Direction
The Cramers are a New York couple who have their differences. Martin runs an upscale private school and does not understand why Sally would rather teach in the Lower East Side neighborhood where they grew up. For a time they separate and each has an affair, which confirms to them that they really do
15.
Contract on Cherry Street (1977)
Sinatra's TV-movie debut had him playing a hard-driven New York cop who explodes after his close friend and team partner is gunned down and decides to operate outside of established procedures to break an organized crime ring.
16.
King Kong (1976) as Art Direction
In this remake of the 1933 classic about the giant ape, this time an oil company expedition disturbs the peace of Kong and brings him back to New York to exploit him. Although a woman in the group tames Kong somewhat, he finally breaks loose and terrorizes the city, and as the military attempt to stop him, he falls to his death from the top of the World Trade Center.
17.
Death Be Not Proud (1975)
The moving true story adapted from John Gunther's book about the life and early death from a brain tumor of his teenage son in 1947. An Emmy Award nomination went to cinematographer Michael Chapman.
18.
Death Wish (1974) as Art Direction
Paul Kersey, New York Archtitect, is a bleeding-heart liberal whose world is suddenly torn apart by the murder of his wife and the rape of his daughter. After a vacation to Arizona, Kersey returns to New York with a vengeance against crime, and takes to vigilantism.
19.
Crazy Joe (1973) as Art Direction
The career of infamous gangster Crazy Joe Gallo is chronicled. Gallo formed an alliance with New York City's African-American gangs when he was imprisoned in Attica. When he was released, he used this alliance to attempt to take control of the Mafia, and as a result, was killed in a restaurant in Li
20.
Crawlspace (1972)
A middle-aged, childless couple discover that a young handyman, hired to fix their furnace, has moved into the crawlspace in their cellar, and they make him part of their family. Director Newland replaced Buzz Kulik in mid-production.
21.
Bad Company (1972) as Art Director
Civil War draft dodgers head West to build new lives as outlaws.
22.
Come Back Charleston Blue (1972) as Production Design
Sequel to Cotton comes to Harlem. Another bad influence is hitting Harlem and Gravedigger and Coffin Ed are the two cops who will stop it. Charleston Blue was a prohibition era black gangster, dead 4 decades. When he seems to have reappeared, once again slitting throats with his Blue straight edge razors, the two cops begin a complicated search for some answers.
23.
Believe in Me (1971) as Art Director
Young marrieds become addicted to speed.
24.
The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight (1971) as Art Director
A gang of penny-ante crooks bumbles their way through their shot at the big time.
25.
Love Story (1970) as Art Director
Students from opposite sides of the tracks fight for their love.
26.
Don't Drink the Water (1969) as Art Director
A tourist family is stranded behind the Iron Curtain.
27.
Popi (1969) as Art Director
A Puerto Rican immigrant hatches a series of zany schemes to insure his children's future.
28.
Rachel, Rachel (1968) as Art Director
A small town teacher tries to overcome her shyness.
29.
Pretty Boy Floyd (1960) as Art Director

Art Department (feature film)

30.
The Mugger (1958) as Set Design
An unidentified city is plagued by a mysterious mugger who attacks women at night, steals their purses, and cuts them on their left cheek. A police shrink, Dr. Pete Graham, is called in when one of the mugger's victims turns up dead.
31.
The Joe Louis Story (1953) as Set Design
In this biography, champion boxer Joe Louis fights to make a name for himself.

Production Designer (feature film)

32.
Married To It (1991) as Production Designer
The story of the intertwining lives of three married couples in New York City as they confront various professional and personal crises.
33.
See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989) as Production Designer
A man is murdered outside a newsstand owned by a blind man and a deaf man who are the only witnesses.
34.
Neighborhood, The (1982)
Residents of a blue-collar neighborhood in the New York borough of Queens become alarmed when several black families move in to change the ethnic make-up. This pilot to a prospective series was filmed on location in Brooklyn in 1979, several years before Howard E. Rollins, Jr., gained celebrity as a
35.
When the Circus Came to Town (1981)
In a fling at romantic comedy following all of the serious roles she played since the departure years before of "Bewitched," Elizabeth Montgomery is a Southern spinster who, after devoting her life to the care of her recently departed father, runs away from home, joins a flea-bitten one-ring circus,
36.
Strike Force (1975)
A streetwise New York detective teams up with a federal agent and a state trooper in this pilot for a proposed series to bust a narcotics case.
37.
Death Wish (1974)
Paul Kersey, New York Archtitect, is a bleeding-heart liberal whose world is suddenly torn apart by the murder of his wife and the rape of his daughter. After a vacation to Arizona, Kersey returns to New York with a vengeance against crime, and takes to vigilantism.
38.
Bang The Drum Slowly (1973) as Production Designer
A baseball player faces terminal illness with the help of his closest teammate.

Production Designer (special)

39.
Concealed Enemies (1984) as Production Designer
A dramatization of the Alger Hiss/Whittaker Chambers spy case of the late '40s as it was carried out in hearings of the House Un-American Activities Committee. The case against Hiss later went to a criminal court where he was convicted -- some contend unjustly -- of espionage and treason agaist his

Production Designer (TV Mini-Series)

40.
Family Reunion (1981)
Bette Davis is a New England schoolteacher, put out to pasture after 50 years of dedicated service, who sets out to rediscover her family -- large enough to keep a soap opera going for years -- only to discover that the town that bears the family name and her home for her lifetime is threatened with extinction by certain members of the clan who are in cahoots with a land developer. Davis' real-life grandson, J. Ashley Hyman, made his acting debut in this four-hour drama as the young neighbor boy she takes on her extended trip.

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