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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Producer (special)

1.
Last Kingdom of the Elephants (1992) as Executive Producer
A documentary exploring the seasonal changes in Zambia's Luangwa River and the vast herds that live along the waterway.
2.
Incredible Flight of the Snow Geese, The (1989) as Producer
A "Survival Specials" presentation that tracks the entire migration of 300,000 snow geese from their nesting grounds on the tundra west of Hudson Bay, Canada, 2,500 miles south to Texas and the Mississippi Delta.
3.
Parenthood Game, The (1988) as Executive Producer
A "Survival Specials" presentation which follows the treatment of young animals by their parents in the wild. Starting with courtship and breeding, this special traces the course of childhood in a wide range of animals, from centipedes to lions and from turtles to zebras.
4.
Forbidden Desert of the Danakil, The (1988) as Producer
A "Survival Specials" presentation which focuses on the Danakil, a tribe of desert nomads from Ethiopia who, through the ages, have murdered an mutilated all intruders, in an attempt to preserve their precious water supply. In 1934, young English explorer Wilfred Thesiger braved the Danakil to explo
5.
Orphan Animals of Tsavo, The (1986) as Executive Producer
A nature film describing the efforts of Daphne Sheldrick, who lived in Tsavo National Park, in Kenya, to rescue an assortment of orphaned wild animals by providing care and security. Her purpose was not to rear the animals as pets, but to prepare them to return to their natural habitat. Ms. Sheldric
6.
King Penguin: Stranded Beyond the Falklands (1986) as Executive Producer
A "Surival Specials" presentation about two women enduring six months of hardship on South Georgia Island, in the subantarctic, while filming the island's colony of king penguins. The task was made more difficult when the island was taken over by the Argentines during the Falklands War.
7.
Polar Bear! (1985) as Executive Producer
A wildlife special that examines the polar bear, revealing how the powerful predator survives against impossible odds in the harsh environment of the Arctic.
8.
Balloon Safari (1976) as Executive Producer
The adventures of the crew of a hot-air balloon as it travels around east Africa to shoot footage of wildlife and soar over Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa.

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