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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Company of Killers (1970) as Assistant Director
2.
Blackbeard's Ghost (1968) as Assistant Director
In this comedy, Peter Ustinov is the famous pirate's ghost that returns to our time. Blackbeard has been cursed by his last wife who was a notorious witch, so that he will never die. The only way to "break" the curse is to do (for once in his life) a good act. Is the famous pirate able to do something good?
3.
The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (1968) as Assistant Director
The Bower Family Band petitions the Democratic National Committee to sing a Grover Cleveland rally song at the 1888 convention, but decide instead to move to the Dakota territory on the urging of a suitor to their eldest daughter. There, Grampa Bower causes trouble with his pro-Cleveland ideas, as Dakota residents are overwhelmingly Republican, and hope to get the territory admitted as two states (North and South Dakota) rather than one in order to send four Republican senators to Washington. Cleveland opposed this plan, refusing to refer to Congress the plan to organize the Dakotas this way. When Cleveland wins the popular vote, but Harrison the presidency due to the electoral college votes, the Dakotans (particularly the feuding young couple) resolve to live together in peace, and Cleveland grants statehood to the two Dakotas before he leaves office (along with two Democrat-voting states, evening the gains for both parties).
4.
The Gnome-Mobile (1967) as Assistant Director
An eccentric millionaire and his niece and nephew are embroiled in the plights of some forest gnomes who are searching for the rest of their tribe. While helping them, the millionaire is suspected of being crazy because he's seeing gnomes! He's committed, and the niece and nephew and the gnomes have to find him and free him.
5.
The Happiest Millionaire (1967) as Assistant Director
A happy and unbelievably lucky young Irish immigrant, John Lawless, lands a job as the butler of an unconventional millionaire, Biddle. His daughter, Cordelia Drexel Biddle, tires of the unusual antics of her father--especially since the nice young men around town all fear him. Wouldn't you fear a father-in-law that keeps alligators for pets and teaches boxing at his daily Bible classes? Cordelia decides to run off to boarding school and promptly finds the man of her dreams. Unfortunately, his family doesn't approve of Biddle's outrageous antics, either. A Disney musical punctuated by snappy songs and an energetic debut by Tommy Steele. This is reportedly one of the last live- action films Walt Disney personally oversaw.
6.
Strange Bedfellows (1965) as Assistant Director
In London, stuffy statesman Carter Harrison meets Toni, a Bohemian artist with a hot Italian temper. The two impulsively marry and then find that they disagree on everything. Shortly afterward they separate. We then meet them five years later on the eve before their divorce becomes final. After seeing each other again, sparks are reignited and they spend the night together. Reality sets in when morning comes and they begin arguing again. Once again, divorce proceedings are on, until Carter that an important promotion hinges on whether he's married. He schemes to win back Toni and eventually succeeds. But can he keep her from destroying his career by posing as Lady Godiva in a protest movement?
7.
The Hallelujah Trail (1965) as Assistant Director
Indians, soldiers and temperance women fight to control a wagon train hauling whiskey across the West.
8.
Love and Kisses (1965) as Assistant Director
9.
Death in Small Doses (1957) as 2d asst dir
A government agent tries to stop the illegal use of amphetamines by truck drivers.
10.
Portland Exposé (1957) as Assistant Director
11.
Looking for Danger (1957) as Assistant Director
The Bowery Boys' leader recalls his days as a World War II spy in Arabia.
12.
The Tall Stranger (1957) as Assistant Director
When rustlers leave him for dead, a Westerner throws in his lot with the wagon train whose inhabitants have rescued him.

Cinematography (feature film)

13.
Collateral (2004) as Director of Photography
Max has lived a mundane life as a cab driver for twelve years. The faces have come and gone from his rear-view mirror: people and places he's long since forgotten--until tonight. Vincent is a contract killer. When an off-shore narco-trafficking cartel learns that they're about to be indicted by a federal grand jury, they mount an operation to identify and kill the key witnesses, and the last stage is tonight. It is on this very night that Vincent has arrived--and five bodies are supposed to fall. Circumstances cause Vincent to hijack Max' taxicab, and Max becomes collateral--an expendable person who's in the wrong place at the wrong time. Through the night, Vincent forces Max to drive him to each assigned destination. And as the L.A.P.D. and F.B.I. race to intercept them, Max and Vincent's survival become dependent on each other, in ways neither would have imagined.

Producer (feature film)

14.
Apology (1986) as Executive In Charge Of Production
A web of terror surrounds Lily McGuire, a conceptual artist living in New York City's SoHo district. As artistic inspiration she solicits and tapes anonymous apologies over the telephone. A caller confesses to a series of brutal gay murders being investigated by a detective and Lily refuses to turn
15.
Rockabye (1986) as Executive In Charge Of Production
A young woman, striking out on her own after having left her husband in California, has her young son snatched from her moments after getting off the bus in New York City on her way to Vermont, and reluctantly accepts the help of a hard-nosed reporter in tracking him down after being given the runaround from the police. Outdoor scenes were shot on location in Manhattan; indoor ones were done in Toronto.
16.
Blackout (1985) as Production Executive
A suspense thriller about a seven-year-old murder case, the ex-policeman who is obsessed by it, and the amnesiac who may hold the key to its solution.
17.
Sessions (1983) as Production Executive
A high-priced call girl goes through an identity crisis as her professional life starts to unravel. Like many of the "Hill Street Blues" cast members, Veronica Hamel got her own starring movie here, with Jeffrey DeMunn as her latest lover, a doctor who offers her an honest relationship; Henderson Fo
18.
Packin' It In (1983) as Production Executive
A married couple decide to kiss big city living goodbye after losing their jobs and then finding their house ransacked, head for the wilds of Oregon over the protests of their TV-addicted son and punk-crazed daughter, only to find themselves knee-deep in the game of basic back-to-the-land survival.
19.
Legend of Walks Far Woman, The (1982) as Production Executive
Raquel Welch made a personal crusade of getting this film about a legendary Blackfoot Indian woman shown. Not only was it her TV acting debut, but also a production of her own company, filmed in 1979 as a three-hour movie, adapted by novelist Evan Hunter from Colin Stuart's book. It finally was sche
20.
Deadly Encounter (1982) as Producer
An ex-combat chopper pilot, now running his own helicopter service in Mexico, runs into an old flame on the lam from a rackets kingpin who wants the little black book her recently-murdered husband gave her for safe-keeping. Non-stop action highlights this tale of high adventure, originally called "A
21.
Broken Promise (1981) as Production Executive
Chris Sarandon is a juvenile court services director who strives to fight the odds following his promise to young Melissa Michaelsen, a resourceful 11-year-old, to keep her and her four younger brothers and sisters together as a family after their parents abandoned them, despite bureaucrat George C
22.
Killing of Randy Webster, The (1981) as Production Executive
When a teenage boy is slain by the Houston police following a stolen van chase, his father (Hal Holbrook) undertakes a tireless investigation into the truth and uncovers the fact that the gun found with the boy's body was a "throwdown," a weapon planted by the police. This true story initially was t
23.
S.O.S. Titanic (1979) as Production Executive
A story about the sinking of the Titanic in 1912.
24.
Can You Hear the Laughter?: The Story of Freddie Prinze (1979) as Production Executive
The career of comedian Freddie Prinze, who committed suicide in January 1977 at the age of 22, is the subject of this film, with two of the students on "The White Shadow," Ira Angustain (in his one starring role to date) and Kevin Hooks (son of actor Robert Hooks), as Prinze and his best friend, Nat
25.
This Man Stands Alone (1979) as Production Executive
This dramatization of the true story of a black civil rights activist who, following Martin Luther King's assassination, goes home to a small southern town and runs for sheriff against a popular segregationist was "inspired" by events in the life of Sheriff Thomas E. Gilmore but was emasculated by s
26.
Orphan Train (1979) as Production Executive
In this dramatization of a little publicized episode in American history, dedicated social worker Eichhorn organizes a train trip for a group of slum orphans in 1894, taking them from New York City to the Midwest in search of new families and new lives. This fictionalized account covers the first of
27.
Deadman's Curve (1978) as Production Executive
A movie biography based on the meteoric careers of Jan and Dean, the popular singing duo of the late 1950s and 1960s who immortalized the day's California surfing sound, and the auto accident in 1966 that ended their rise when Jan was nearly killed and was hospitalized, either comatose or severely c
28.
Special Olympics (1978) as Production Executive
A widowed father struggles to hold together his family of three teenagers, one of whom is mentally retarded and enrolled in a state school for "special" children where he finds self-fulfillment in his love of sports, emulating his older, athletic brother.
29.
Forever (1978) as Production Executive
A romantic drama about a teenage girl's first love and the perennial adolescent dilemma of whether to give herself to him in order to hang on to him.
30.
One In A Million: The Ron Le Flore Story (1978) as Production Executive
The true story of baseball star Ron LeFlore from his days as a street-corner punk with no future to his days behind bars on a petty robbery conviction and his ultimate once-in-a-lifetime chance with the Detroit Tigers, where he became an outstanding player.
31.
In This House of Brede (1975) as Associate Producer
A sophisticated London widow renounces a successful business career -- and the man who loves her -- to become a cloistered Benedictine nun. Diana Rigg won an Emmy Award nomination for her performance in the lead role.
32.
War of Children, A (1972) as Associate Producer
This Emmy Award-winning drama, chosen the Outstanding Program of the 1972-73 TV season, depicted two middle-class Belfast families -- one Protestant, one Catholic -- that discovered themselves engulfed in the surrounding violence that turned their years of friendship to bitter hatred which ultimatel

Assistant Direction (feature film)

33.
Chernobyl: The Final Warning (1991)
A television movie about the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in the USSR. Interweaves the stories of a fireman at the nuclear power plant, his pregnant wife, the government officials whose policies helped and hindered rescue efforts and America's Dr. Robert Gale, who led the international medical team that helped treat the survivors.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

34.
Shattered Dreams (1990)
Based on the true-life story of Charlotte Fedders, a battered wife of a prominent Washington official who found the courage to end the cycle of domestic violence by getting out of the abusive relationship.
35.
Margaret Bourke-White (1989) as Line Producer
A movie about the life of celebrated photographer Margaret Bourke-White, from the late 1920s through the 1930s and '40s, when she was making a name for herself at "Life" Magazine. It also focuses on her relationship with acclaimed writer Erskine Caldwell and how she sacrificed that relationship for a career.
36.
Birds Of Prey (1973)
A suspense thriller about a World War II ace turned traffic reporter for a Salt Lake City radio station who witnesses a bank robbery from his helicopter and is drawn into an aerial duel with the gang.
37.
Glass House, The (1972)
A grim, award-winning portrait of prison life as seen through the eyes of two newcomers -- an idealistic rookie guard (Gulager) and a college professor up for manslaughter (Alda). Tom Gries received an Emmy Award for his direction; Gene Fowler Jr. was nominated for his editing. Filmed in the Utah St
38.
The Love Bug (1969) as Unit Manager
A Volkswagen with a brain becomes a championship racecar.

Film Production - Unit (feature film)

39.
Desperate Rescue: The Cathy Mahone Story (1993) as Unit Production Manager
Based on a true story, a woman fights to rescue her 7-year-old daughter from the Middle East after she is abducted by her Jordanian father.
40.
Chernobyl: The Final Warning (1991) as Unit Production Manager
A television movie about the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in the USSR. Interweaves the stories of a fireman at the nuclear power plant, his pregnant wife, the government officials whose policies helped and hindered rescue efforts and America's Dr. Robert Gale, who led the international medical team that helped treat the survivors.
41.
Margaret Bourke-White (1989) as Unit Production Manager
A movie about the life of celebrated photographer Margaret Bourke-White, from the late 1920s through the 1930s and '40s, when she was making a name for herself at "Life" Magazine. It also focuses on her relationship with acclaimed writer Erskine Caldwell and how she sacrificed that relationship for a career.

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

42.
Amazing Howard Hughes, The (1977) as Producer
An intriguing if lethargic look at the life of Howard Hughes from his takeover of the Hughes Tool Company at eighteen, through his rapidly expanding business ventures. The film covers his interests ranging from golf and aviation to filmmaking and Hollywood starlets, his involvement in the Senate pro

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