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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Hills Have Eyes, The (2006)
It's the wedding anniversary of rugged Cleveland police detective "Big Bob" Carter and his chatty wife Ethel and to celebrate, Bob's asked his extended family to cruise to California with them, hoping the joys of the open road might help fuse their frayed connections. No one is particularly happy ab
2.
Sandlot 2: Son of the Beast, The (2005)
A group of middle-school classmates share an adventurous summer that includes playing softball and facing the legendary "Big Fear," a beast that dwells on the other side of the sandlot wall.
3.
America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy, Jr. Story (2003) as Production Company
Biopic on John F. Kennedy Jr., heir to the Kennedy political dynasty and American playboy, whose life was tragically cut short in a plane crash in 1999.
4.
Hunter: Back in Force (2003) as Production Company
Hunter's arch enemy gets released from prison and plans on seeking revenge. There are a rash of bank robberies and Hunter and Dee suspect the perpertrators to be female prisoners already doing time.
5.
War Stories (2002) as Production Company
Story follows Ben Densmore, a journalist who covers the civil war in Uzbekistan and his relationship with a female photojournalist.
6.
Hunter: Return to Justice (2002) as Production Company
Rick Hunter, a mobster's son turned tough -- but honest -- cop, reunites with former partner Dee Dee McCall, a beautiful maverick cop nicknamed "The Brass Cupcake." When Hunter's partner is killed in a drug bust gone sour, he is suspended pending further investigation so he heads to San Diego to spe
7.
Pretender 2001, The (2001) as Production Company
Television movie based on the NBC television series, "The Pretender," about Jarod, a virtuous genius whose exceptional intelligence allows him to master any subject -- thus enabling him to assume various identities -- to become a doctor, an airline pilot or a sea captain. Jarod uses his skill to hel
8.
Pretender, The: Island of the Haunted (2001) as Production Company
Television movie based on the NBC television series, "The Pretender," about Jarod, a virtuous genius whose exceptional intelligence allows him to master any profession. Taken from his parents as a child prodigy in the early 1960s, Jarod spent decades isolated under the caring instruction of Dr. Sydn
9.
Planet of the Apes (2001)
Story of humans living in a society controlled by simians.
10.
Loser (2000)
An out of place college boy learns that not fitting in isn't always such a bad thing.
11.
Cyberworld 3D (2000) as Production Company
A collaboration of computer-animated films which features new characters and old friends from the award-winning Fox network television series, "The Simpsons" and Dreamworks' feature film "Antz" (USA/1998)... The saucy, synthetic hostess, Phig, takes the viewers through Cyberworld 3D, a futuristic ga
12.
Asian Connection: Road to Mandalay (1999) as Production Company
To prevent his own death, a detective must try to solve the murders of an underworld kingpin's family.
13.
Inspector Gadget (1999)
Based on the popular cartoon character of the same name, "Inspector Gadget" is an adventure comedy about a somewhat naive and inept security guard, John Brown, whose big heart is equal to his far-fetched dreams of becoming the world's greatest police officer. However, nothing is impossible. Suddenly unexpected circumstances make him the ideal candidate for a top secret law enforecment project, and pretty scientist Dr. Brenda Bradford applies her expertise in robotics to build him into a man of many talents--and accessories. Using a vast array of grafted-on gizmos and doohickies to bust bad guys, the often clueless Inspector Gadget must also employ his common sense to crack an especially complicated case. As he penetrates Riverton City's darkest underworld, Inspector Gadget must save not only his good name and reputation, but also rescue the world from the nefarious Claw.
14.
Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD (1998) as Production Company
Television movie based on the Marvel comic book, "Nick Fury," a retired special agent for S.H.I.E.L.D. (Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-Enforcement Division). Nick Fury is reinstated when the world is threatened by Viper, the arch villain seeking revenge against him and threatening
15.
Bulworth (1998)
In the waning days of the California primary election of 1996, Bill Clinton has secured the Democratic nomination and Bob Dole is in place to run against him. Incumbent US Senator Jay Bulworth, while still holding off a challenger, suffers a nervous breakdown and decides to commit suicide by hiring
16.
Sisters and Other Strangers (1997) as Production Company
When a woman is found dead, her estranged sister is accused of murdering her over a property dispute. The accused sister conducts her own search for the truth.
17.
Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy (1997) as Production Company
Television movie based on the 1988 feature film "Alien Nation" and the 1989-90 television series of the same name. Set in the future when earth is inhabited by both humans and the alien race of "Newcomers." During a hotly contested election, a human police detective and his Newcomer partner sort thr
18.
Vanishing Point (1997) as Production Company
A man races across four states, pursued by police and FBI, to get home when his wife's pregnancy turns life-threatening. Based on the 1970 film of the same title.
19.
Quicksilver Highway (1997) as Production Company
Dramatization based on two short stories: "Chattery Teeth" by Stephen King and "The Body Politic" by Clive Barker. A woman stranded on a desert highway in a broken down car is approached by an odd-looking stranger driving a Rolls Royce and pulling an Airstream trailer. Inside his trailer, Aaron Quic
20.
Flubber (1997)
Professor Phillip Brainard is a man so lost in thought that he appears, at times, not to pay attention. He's even forgotten two dates to marry his sweetheart Sara. But then this guy's got a lot on his mind. He's working with his high-voltage, over-amorous flying robot assistant, Weebo, on an idea for a substance that's not only a revolutionary new source of energy, but may well be the salvation of his financially troubled Medfield College, where his beloved Sara is the president. Late on the afternoon of his third attempt at a wedding, all of Professor Brainard's hard work in the lab comes together when he creates a miraculous goo that when applied to any object--cars, bowling balls, even people--enables them to fly thorugh the air at remarkable speeds. The stuff defies gravity and looks like rubber.
21.
Alien Nation: Millennium (1996) as Production Company
Third television movie based on the 1988 feature film "Alien Nation" and the 1989-90 television series of the same name. Human detective Matt Sikes and his alien partner George Francisco team up to expose a dangerous end-of-the-millennium conspiracy involving an underground cult that uses a mystical
22.
On Seventh Avenue (1996) as Production Company
When her brother embezzles half a million dollars from the family business, a young designer is forced into a unique partnership with a Texas stockholder and a mob boss in order to keep the company afloat.
23.
If Looks Could Kill: From The Files of "America's Most Wanted" (1996) as Production Company
True-crime docudrama dramatizing a case featured on the television series "America's Most Wanted," about an insurance scam that lead to murder.
24.
Alien Nation: The Enemy Within (1996) as Production Company
A telefilm based on the 1988 feature film "Alien Nation" and the 1989-90 television series of the same name. Set in the future when earth is inhabited by both humans and the alien race of "Newcomers," a human policeman and his Newcomer partner investigate a young woman's death that points to a consp
25.
Fred Macmurray: The Guy Next Door (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Fred MacMurray.
26.
Alien Nation: Body and Soul (1995)
Second television movie based on the 1988 feature film "Alien Nation" and the 1989-90 television series of the same name. Crossbreeds (part human, part alien) escape from a research compound, drawing detectives Sikes and Francisco into an investigation which uncovers the horrifying truth about what
27.
In the Name of Love: A Texas Tragedy (1995) as Production Company
A sexy young woman from the wrong side of the tracks brings excitement and romance into the life of a crippled man. When his disapproving, wealthy grandfather threatens to cut him off, however, decisions lead to murder. Based on a true story.
28.
O.J. Simpson Story, The (1995) as Production Company
Television movie on the life of football star and actor O.J. Simpson, up until the murder of his ex-wife in June 1994.
29.
Alien Nation: Dark Horizon (1994) as Production Company
A movie sequel of the Fox series, "Alien Nation," which aired during the 1989-90 season. This telefilm resolves the cliffhanger from the series final episode and introduces new characters and situations. The Newcomers are endangered by a human racist organization which has developed a virus to wipe
30.
Born to Run (1993) as Production Company
A street racer from Brooklyn falls in love with a sophisticated woman and tries to turn his life around.
31.
Daughter of the Streets (1990) as Production Company
A movie based on a true story. A mother takes drastic action to save her teenage daughter from a life of prostitution when the police and social service agencies are unable to do anything about the situation.
32.
Bring Me the Head of Dobie Gillis (1988) as Production Company
A movie pilot sequel to the "Dobie Gillis" series which ran on CBS from 1959-1963. The film focuses on the original characters 20 years later, with Dobie now wed to Zelda, his high school sweetheart, and introduces the new character of Georgie, the Gillis' 17-year-old son. Dobie and Zelda are tryi
33.
Highwayman, The (1987) as Production Company
A crimefighter operates out of a high-tech 18-wheel truck and tries to save a war veteran targeted for death by a corrupt small-town official.
34.
Downpayment on Murder (1987) as Production Company
A television movie, based on a true story, about an estranged husband who, in an explosive rage, decides to have his wife murdered by a hired killer.
35.
Masterpiece Of Murder, A (1986) as Production Company
Bob Hope, in his first made-for-TV movie as well as his first starring film in over a dozen years, teamed with veteran actor Don Ameche, playing a down-on-his-luck gumshoe and a wealthy retired master thief, respectively, to solve a string of art thefts and murders involving a stellar (by TV standar
36.
Sin Of Innocence (1986) as Production Company
After a widower and a divorcee marry, trouble ensues when his son and her daughter fall in love with one another in the overcrowded new domicile that also includes other children. Bill Bixby, who had turned his attention from acting to directing in the late 1970s and early 1980s, returned in front o
37.
Popeye Doyle (1986) as Production Company
Tough New York detective "Popeye" Doyle (from the Oscar-winning 1971 movie, "The French Connection") reappears on the streets of New York City, this time caught up in a murder case with international implications that could upset the balance of power in the Middle East. This television movie was or
38.
Guilty Conscience (1985) as Production Company
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
39.
Covenant (1985) as Production Company
A television movie about the Nobles, a powerful, wealthy, and mysterious San Francisco banking family who use the Covenant, a family pledge to evil, to control family members and others for personal gain.
40.
Park Is Mine, The (1985) as Production Company
An emotionally shattered Vietnam veteran "takes" Central Park and holds it hostage as a protest against the government's indifference to his fellow veterans' plight.
41.
In Like Flynn (1985) as Production Company
In this television movie, life is one cliff-hanger after another for a bright and beautiful woman and the reluctant young man who joins her in defying death as they investigate a series of baffling murders and disappearances in the Caribbean for a mysterious novelist whose best-selling thrillers are
42.
Letter to Three Wives, A (1985) as Production Company
As three wives, friends from the same town, board a boat for a day-long charity cruise, they are handed a note from a mutual friend saying that she is running off with one of their husbands. The telefilm relates how each wife has reason to believe that hers is the husband in question.
43.
Peyton Place: The Next Generation (1985) as Production Company
Nine members of the original cast of TV's "Peyton Place" (1964-69) were reunited to reprise their original roles when Megan MacKenzie turns up in town on the twentieth anniversary of her mother Allison's (Mia Farrow in the original series) disappearance just before her wedding to Rodney Harrington (
44.
Love Thy Neighbor (1984) as Production Company
A serio-comedy casting John Ritter and Penny Marshall as next door suburbanites who overcome their mutual dislike for one another and are drawn into an unlikely affair when his wife runs off with her husband, leaving them to cope with their children and their houses.
45.
Sentimental Journey (1984) as Production Company
Bill Gardner, a successful Broadway actor, and his wife, Julie, equally successful in the theater as a producer, adopt eight-year-old Libby, an unwanted foster child who lives in a world of fantasy. Libby has such problems expressing her feelings to her new mother that Julie soon doubts the wisdom o
46.
Love Is Forever (1983) as Production Company
This film dramatizes the exploits of Australian journalist John Everingham and his efforts to snatch the Laotian girl, left behind following the Vietnam war, from under the noses of the Pathet Lao in 1978. It wended its reportedly trouble-plagued way to TV after a theatrical version premiered earlie
47.
Kentucky Woman (1983) as Production Company
To support her ailing coal miner father disabled with black lung disease, and her young son, a divorcee leaves her low-paying job as a waitress in the local diner to seek employment in the mines and struggles to retain her dignity while encountering harassment, humiliation, a near rape -- and expuls
48.
Tomorrow's Child (1982) as Production Company
The second surrogate mother TV-movie to air in less than a week, with Stephanie Zimbalist as research geneticist William Atherton's wife who agrees to the experimental procedure of a "test-tube baby," having her fetus brought to full term in a glass jar in a laboratory.
49.
Day the Bubble Burst, The (1982) as Production Company
Chronicling various personal stories surrounding the 1929 stock market crash, this adaptation of the best-seller by Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan-Witts had a curious TV history. Originally announced in 1978 as a four-hour movie to be called "The Day America Died", with a stellar cast of TV personalit
50.
Sister, Sister (1982) as Production Company
Diahann Carroll, Rosalind Cash and Irene Cara are three sisters whose reunion when the family home is put up for sale reopens old wounds. This original drama, somewhat akin to Arthur Miller's play, "The Price", was filmed in 1979 in Montgomery, Alabama, and has Carroll as the straight-laced spinster
51.
Innocent Love (1981)
A 14-year-old math prodigy, enrolled at the University of Washington, hires on as tutor to a 19-year-old coed who needs to raise her grades to stay on the volleyball team, and romance blossoms in the then-fashionable older woman-younger man mode, much to the consternation of her campus jock boyfrien
52.
Diary of Anne Frank, The (1980) as Production Company
Melissa Gilbert's version of the memorable drama recounting a Jewish teenager's ordeal hiding from the Nazis in occupied Amsterdam with her family and their friends for two years continued the star's projects (through her Half Pint Productions) to do new TV versions of film classics, including "The
53.
Day Christ Died, The (1980) as Production Company
A multi-national cast headed by American actor Chris Sarandon dramatizes the events from the Last Supper through the arrest and trial of Jesus to the Crucifixion. Screenwriters James Lee Barrett and Edward Anhalt mixed Biblical fact with fiction, creating the part of Pontius Pilate's wife for "guest
54.
Swan Song (1980) as Production Company
Sun Valley provides the backdrop to this story of a downhill ski racer who seeks to make a comeback after being branded a loser and the ski bunny who helps him regain his self-respect. David Soul, who stars as skier Jesse Swan, co-produced the film.
55.
Like Normal People (1979) as Production Company
This fact-based drama about a pair of mentally retarded young adults who face angry resistance when they decide to marry is virtually identical to the TV movie "No Other Love" which premiered three weeks earlier. Rock singer and teen idol Shaun Cassidy made his dramatic acting debut in this film.
56.
Ring of Passion (1978) as Production Company
A fact-based drama about the two Louis-Schmeling heavyweight fights and the way both boxers became unwilling symbols of political ideologies just prior to World War II.
57.
Guide For the Married Woman, A (1978) as Production Company
A romantic comedy about a housewife who rebels against being taken for granted by her husband and dreams about finding new romantic adventures in her life. Cybill Shepherd made her television film debut as the star of this semi-sequel to writer Frank Tarloff's 1967 movie "A Guide for the Married Man
58.
Nativity, The (1978) as Production Company
This film offers a reverent retelling of the courtship of Mary and Joseph and the first Christmas. Filmed around Almeria, Spain.
59.
Christmas Miracle In Caufield, Usa (1978) as Production Company
A dramatic re-creation of the Christmas Eve 1951 coal mine disaster in which union workers, threatened with replacement by scabs, were forced to enter an unsafe mine and then were trapped underground by an explosion. Veteran actor John Carradine is billed, curiously, as John Carradine Sr., for the f
60.
Circle Of Children, A (1977) as Production Company
An affluent suburbanite's life is changed by a demanding challenge as a volunteer at a school for emotionally disturbed children when her own structured existence, stale marriage, and independent college-aged daughter no longer provide fulfillment. Steven Gethers' teleplay earned him an Emmy nominat
61.
Murder in Peyton Place (1977) as Production Company
A suspense drama focusing on the mysterious killings of Rodney Harrington and Allison MacKenzie (Ryan O'Neal and Mia Farrow in the original series) as part of a diabolical plot to tear the community apart by a former resident, now powerful and wealthy, who has secretly returned seeking revenge.
62.
Raid On Entebbe (1977) as Production Company
This was the second star-laden dramatization of the Israeli rescue of plane-bound hostages taken during a Palestinian hijacking on July 4, 1976. Cinematographer Bill Butler won an Emmy Award for his work. Others nominated were Peter Finch (his last screen role), Martin Balsam and Yaphet Kotto, direc
63.
Spectre (1977) as Production Company
This demonology tale, sumptuously produced, has a world-famed American criminologist and his usually tipsy doctor friend summoned to England to investigate a suspicious wealthy financier and learn that supernatural forces are at work in his Playboy-style estate.
64.
James at 15 (1977) as Production Company
The pilot movie for the brief series that began in November 1977, was later retitled "James at 16," and subsequently disappeared. James is introduced here as a smitten teenager who is separated from his girl when his family moves to Boston from Oregon and, heartsick in his new urban surroundings, ru
65.
Good Against Evil (1977) as Production Company
An exorcism movie in which a young couple is beset by evil forces -- she's been spoken for by the devil. In syndication, the film now runs two hours.
66.
Wanted: The Sundance Woman (1976) as Production Company
Katharine Ross repeats her portrayal of Etta Place (from "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid") in this adventure of the fugitive who, alone and desperate following the deaths of Butch and Sundance, seeks help from Pancho Villa in exchange for guns and ammunition.
67.
Time Travelers (1976) as Production Company
A pilot movie in which Irwin Allen, recycling his earlier hit series "The Time Tunnel," has a young doctor and a research scientist, in search of a cure for a deadly epidemic, being whisked back through time to Chicago in 1871 on the eve of the great Chicago fire hoping to find the physician who the
68.
Boy in the Plastic Bubble, The (1976) as Production Company
A teenager, born with no immunities and forced to live in an incubator-like environment isolating him from any direct human contact, is faced with a life-or-death decision when he falls in love with the girl next door. Diana Hyland, playing the boy's mother, won an Emmy Award for her performance. Wr
69.
Sherlock Holmes in New York (1976) as Production Company
There is an affectionate bow to the master sleuth in this lavishly produced original that has Holmes rushing to New York City after discovering that his old nemesis, Moriarty, not only has kidnapped the son of his (Holmes') long-time love, actress Irene Adler, but also has hatched a scheme to steal
70.
Trial of Chaplain Jensen, The (1975) as Production Company
The true account of the ordeal of a chaplain, the only U.S. naval officer ever to be court-martialed solely on charges of adultery.
71.
Swiss Family Robinson, The (1975) as Production Company
A new version, and a pilot for the 1975-76 series, of the adventure classic about a family striving together to survive on a remote island following a shipwreck and facing an invasion by pirates in search of a golden idol.
72.
Adventures of the Queen (1975) as Production Company
A luxury cruise ship is threatened with destruction -- with all aboard -- as part of a deadly vendetta against a multi-millionaire passenger in true Irwin Allen seagoing disaster style. The liner Queen Mary provided the backdrop for this suspense movie.
73.
Girl Named Sooner, A (1975) as Production Company
A drama about an abandoned young girl, raised in the hill country of Indiana by an eccentric bootlegging old crone, who becomes the ward of a childless couple.
74.
Stowaway to the Moon (1975) as Production Company
A lighthearted drama of a spirited young boy's adventures aboard a manned space flight. This eleven-year-old with a consuming interest in space travel hides aboard a rocket ship before it blasts off for the moon.
75.
Tree Grows in Brooklyn, A (1974) as Production Company
Sentimental tale, remade from the 1945 classic with an eye toward a possible series, of an impoverished family in a 1912 New York tenement with an alcoholic father and a strong-willed mother.
76.
Big Rose (1974) as Production Company
In pilot to prospective series for Shelley Winters, she's a brash private detective who, with her young partner, investigates why a wealthy contractor is the victim of an extortion plot.
77.
Mark of Zorro, The (1974) as Production Company
"TV's first movie swashbuckler," as this remake of the old Tyrone Power classic was billed, had Frank Langella portraying the dashing avenger of the oppressed people of early California, a dandified weakling by day, a masked-and-caped crusader by night.
78.
Red Badge of Courage, The (1974) as Production Company
The Civil War classic, filmed previously in 1951 by John Huston, revolving around a young Union soldier's flight in terror from his first battle, his inner resolve that leads him back to combat, and his ultimate discovery that he doesn't have it in him to kill.
79.
Borrowers, The (1973) as Production Company
An engaging fantasy about a family of inches-tall little people who live beneath the floorboards of a Victorian country house in peace and quiet until discovered by an eight-year-old boy. The taped movie was Emmy-nominated as Outstanding Children's Special, with nominations also going to Dame Judith
80.
Miracle on 34th Street (1973) as Production Company
The story of a department store Santa who causes worldwide repercussions when he claims to be the real Santa Claus. The television movie is based on the story by Valentine Davies and the theatrial film of the same title.
81.
Terror on the Beach (1973) as Production Company
A family outing turns into a nightmare when a gang of young thugs begins a campaign of harassment.
82.
Ordeal (1973) as Production Company
Left to die in the desert by his wife and her lover, an arrogant businessman fights desperately for survival in order to exact his revenge and discovers an inner strength that changes his life.
83.
Mrs. Sundance (1973) as Production Company
With fond memories of her life with the Sundance Kid, Etta Place leads a fugitive's existence, with a price on her head and bounty hunters on her trail, until rumors reach her that the supposedly dead Sundance still lives.
84.
Incident on a Dark Street (1973) as Production Company
A small-time hood is murdered as he is about to blow the whistle on the syndicate in this pilot for a prospective series about the day-to-day operations of the U.S. Attorney's office in the Justice Department.
85.
Fireball Forward (1972) as Production Company
A standard war movie that not only has stalwart Ben Gazzara taking over a hard-luck division at the front but also utilizes lots of extra footage from "Patton" which Frank McCarthy, producer of that movie and this, had in abundance.
86.
When Michael Calls (1972) as Production Company
A mystery thriller about a woman tormented by phone calls from a nephew who supposedly died fifteen years earlier, with Michael Douglas in his TV-movie acting debut.
87.
Dead Men Tell No Tales (1971) as Production Company
A chase thriller that has a travel photographer finding himself the quarry of paid assassins who have mistaken him for somebody else.
88.
City Beneath The Sea (1971) as Production Company
Presumably intended as a follow-up to his successful "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" TV series, this elaborate Irwin Allen pilot has a group of 21st-century colonists inhabiting earth's first underwater city, called Pacifica, and pitting the predictable good guys against various alien forces. In i
89.
Desperate Mission, The (1971) as Production Company
Western hokum about Mexican bandit-folk hero Joaquin Murieta here shown to be a frontier Robin Hood, fighting a bunch of ruthless hombres and, with three cohorts righting wrongs done to harassed pioneers. Filmed in 1969, it was initially shown theatrically outside the United States in 1970 under the
90.
Paper Man (1971) as Production Company
A suspense drama that begins with a group of college students who create an identity for a fictitious credit card holder after feeding data into a computer and snowballs into a scheme that leaves three of them dead.
91.
Mr. and Mrs. Bo Jo Jones (1971) as Production Company
Two high school seniors try to adjust to adult responsibilities when an unexpected pregnancy forces them into marriage.
92.
They Call It Murder (1971) as Production Company
Gardner's small-town district attorney, Doug Selby, came to TV in this pilot that has him investigating a swimming pool murder of a gambler, a questionable car crash and a huge insurance claim. Hutton was more successful subsequently in bringing another fictional detective, Ellery Queen, to televisi

Production Companies (special)

93.
24: Redemption (2008)
A prequel to the 7th season of the series, Jack Bauer is in Africa during a military coup while a new President is inaugurated back home.
94.
Simple Life Reunion, The (2004) as Studio
Reality special in which popular socialites Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie return to Altus, Arkansas, the locale of their series "The Simple Life," to answer the questions of 300 local townspeople in a forum moderated by talk-show host Leeza Gibbons. Special will also feature unseen clips from the
95.
Hugh Hefner: American Playboy Revisited (2001) as Production Company
Profile of Hugh Hefner, publisher of one of the most controversial, groundbreaking magazines in America -- "Playboy." As "Playboy" and its founder head into the new millennium, Hefner looks back on nearly a half-century of unprecedented social change.
96.
America's Most Wanted: Terrorists -- A Special Edition (2001) as Production Company
A special edition of the television series "America's Most Wanted" that focuses on the world's most-wanted terrorists. With the help of the FBI, John Walsh and "America's Most Wanted" empower the people of America to shut down terrorist networks around the world. The program profiles and investigate
97.
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take Two (2001) as Production Company
A compilation of screen tests found in the unmarked vaults of 20th Century Fox. Features screen tests of Martin Landau, Fabian, and Rita Moreno, among others.
98.
X-Men: The Mutant Watch (2000) as Production Company
A behind-the-scenes look at the theatrical film "X-Men," based on the Marvel Comics series about a team of genetically-mutated human beings shunned by ordinary humans. The special follows a mock hearing by the Senate Subcommittee on Mutant Activities; through the Senator Kelly's arguments for tighte
99.
Between Heaven and Hell: Hollywood Looks at the Bible (1999) as Production Company
Documentary that explores films inspired by the Bible and examines the various debates about religion on and off the screen. Features film clips, photographs and interviews with church scholars and film experts.
100.
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take One (1999) as Production Company
A compilation of screen tests found in the vaults of 20th Century Fox. Features Rock Hudson's screen test with Kathleen Hughes, as well as screen tests of Walter Matthau, James Coburn, Sandy Duncan, Bruce Lee, Pat Boone, Tuesday Weld, Angela Cartwright, Tom Ewell and Leslie Nielsen.
101.
Hollywood Christmas, A (1998) as Production Company
Jane Seymour hosts a retrospective of holiday-themed films.
102.
Donna Reed: I'll Take the Moon (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actress Donna Reed.
103.
John Wayne: American Legend (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor John Wayne.
104.
Anthony Quinn (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Anthony Quinn.
105.
America's Castles: Cathedrals (1998) as Production Company
Explores three great cathedrals of America: the National Cathedral in Washington DC; the Great Cathedral of St. Louis, Missouri; and the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California.
106.
Anastasia (1998) as Production Company
Documentary on the mysterious woman who claimed to be Anastasia Romanov, the fourth and youngest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra, who was believed to have been executed with the Russian royal family in July 1918.
107.
Dinah Shore (1998) as Production Company
Profile of singer/actress Dinah Shore.
108.
Ida Lupino: Through the Lens (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actress, screenwriter, director and producer Ida Lupino.
109.
Bill Robinson: Mr Bojangles (1998) as Production Company
Profile of dancer Bill Robinson, known as Mr. Bojangles.
110.
Salute to Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, A (1998) as Production Company
Special about the former CBS series, "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," including behind-the-scenes footage and unaired clips.
111.
TV Guide Looks at Science Fiction (1997) as Domestic Tv Distributor
Retrospective of past television shows with science-fiction themes. Culled from TV Guide's archival photographs and feature stories during its 43 years of operation. The special is divided into six segments and celebrates television's relationship with science fiction, featuring vintage and recent c
112.
TV Guide Looks at Christmas (1997) as Domestic Tv Distributor
Retrospective of past television shows, specials, movies and commercials with Christmas themes. Culled from TV Guide's archival photographs and feature stories during its 43 years of operation.
113.
Alan Alda: More Than Mr. Nice Guy (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Alan Alda.
114.
20th Century Fox: The First 50 Years (1997) as Production Company
Documentary tracing the history of the 20th Century Fox film studios. Includes movie clips, rare historical footage and interviews.
115.
Jimmy Stewart (1997) as Production Company
Profile of actor James Stewart.
116.
TV Guide Looks at Christmas (1997) as Production Company
Retrospective of past television shows, specials, movies and commercials with Christmas themes. Culled from TV Guide's archival photographs and feature stories during its 43 years of operation.
117.
Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Henry Fonda.
118.
Sonja Henie: Fire on Ice (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Norwegian figure skating star Sonja Henie, who went on to become a Hollywood movie star and pioneer live ice shows.
119.
Audrey Hepburn: The Fairest Lady (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actress Audrey Hepburn.
120.
Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor and martial artist Bruce Lee.
121.
Jane Russell (1997) as Production Company
Profile of actress Jane Russell.
122.
Vincent Price: The Versatile Villain (1997) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of actor Vincent Price, best known for horror film classics such as "House of Wax," "The Fly," and "The Pit and the Pendulum."
123.
Hidden Hollywood: Treasures From the 20th Century-Fox Vaults (1997) as Production Company
Documentary featuring more than one dozen musical outtakes from classic 20th Century-Fox films.
124.
Sophia Loren: Actress Italian Style (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actress Sophia Loren.
125.
Andy Griffith: Hollywood's Homespun Hero (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Andy Griffith.
126.
Peter Lorre: The Master of Menace (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Peter Lorre.
127.
Independence Day: The ID4 Invasion (1996) as Production Company
Mock newscast providing a behind-the-scenes look at the film "Independence Day," a science-fiction story about an alien invasion of earth. The "newscast" uses footage from the film as if the events depicted were actually happening and discusses the potential threat of a UFO invasion and America's pr
128.
Hugh Hefner: American Playboy (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Hugh Hefner, founder of "Playboy" magazine.
129.
Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies (1996) as Production Company
Retrospective celebrating the music of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II which was featured in seven films: "State Fair," "Oklahoma," "Carousel," "The King and I," "South Pacific," "Flower Drum Song" and "The Sound of Music." The special includes conversations with stars of the films, rare ou
130.
Tyrone Power: The Last Idol (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Tyrone Power.
131.
More Secrets of the X-Files (1996) as Production Company
Special featuring dramatic moments and highlights from the Fox series "The X-Files." Also reveals hidden secrets and explores subplots.
132.
Carmen Miranda: The South American Way (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actress Carmen Miranda.
133.
Shirley Temple: The Biggest Little Star (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of child star Shirley Temple.
134.
Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actress Marilyn Monroe.
135.
Fox All Star Challenge (1995) as Tv Distributor
Celebrities and civilians team up to compete in outrageous athletic events.
136.
Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen, The (1995) as Production Company
Documentary about science fiction TV producer Irwin Allen and his various works. Set on a recreation of the Jupiter II rocket from his series "Lost in Space" and hosted by its stars June Lockhart, Billy Mumy, and the Robot.
137.
Omen, The (1995) as Production Company
Three individuals wage a battle against an evil, supernatural force that lives off innocent victims.
138.
Bela Lugosi: Hollywood's Dark Prince (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of actor Bela Lugosi.
139.
Boris Karloff: The Gentle Monster (1995) as Production Company
Documentary biography of actor Boris Karloff.
140.
Lon Chaney, Jr.: Son of a Thousand Faces (1995) as Production Company
Documentary biography of actor Lon Chaney, Jr.
141.
Cop Files (1995) as Production Company
A special depicting the challenges faced by police officers across the United States. Includes dramatic reenactments of the crimes. Spinoff of the Fox series "Cops."
142.
Betty Grable: Behind the Pin-Up (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of movie star Betty Grable -- from her rise to success in the 1940s to later family difficulties. Includes interviews with friends and biographers.
143.
Last Days of Russell, The (1995) as Production Company
A 13-year-old boy, convinced he will succumb to the same fate as his namesake uncle who died at age 14, decides to make his "final" days his best.
144.
Ancient Medicine, Modern Cures (1994) as Production Company
Medicinal values of threatened South American rain forest.
145.
Spring Break (1993) as Production Company
A special following three different groups of college students to three locations for the annual rite of "Spring Break."
146.
Trial & Error (1992) as Tv Distributor
A special examining the controversial trial of convicted murderer Roger Coleman and the evidence that could seriously challenge his conviction.
147.
Grapes of Wrath, The (1991) as Production Company
A stage presentation of John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath," about the hardships of the Joad family and their flight from Oklahoma's dustbowl to California. The Steppenwolf Theater Company's production featuring the original Broadway cast.
148.
American Families (1991) as Production Company
A reality-based special in which a woman who was adopted at birth searches for her biological parents.
149.
Howie and Rose (1991) as Production Company
A comedy pilot for an unsold ABC series. A wild radio personality is faced with the responsibility of taking care of his young niece after her mother is sent to prison.
150.
Memories of M*A*S*H (1991) as Production Company
A special highlighting the series "M*A*S*H" which aired on CBS from 1972 to 1983. Included are episodic footage and interviews with cast members and producers.
151.
News at Twelve (1991) as Production Company
A comedy pilot for an unsold NBC series. Explores the world of a twelve-year-old boy who brings us his life via a newscast he delivers from a makeshift studio in his bedroom.
152.
Poochinski (1990) as Production Company
A slain police detective returns to his old job reincarnated as a talking English bulldog set to find the person who killed him.
153.
High Life, The (1990) as Production Company
A half-hour comedy pilot for ABC. A model's life is disrupted when her three nephews move into her penthouse.
154.
42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation (1990) as Production Company
Live telecast of the forty-second annual prime time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
155.
Rock, The (1990) as Production Company
Comedian Joy Behar stars as the assistant principal of a racially-mixed, junior high school in New York City.
156.
41st Annual Emmy Awards, The (1989) as Production Company
Live telecast of the 41st annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
157.
Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire (1989) as Production Company
An animated Christmas special featuring "The Simpsons." When Homer tries to earn extra money to buy Christmas presents for the family, everything he does goes wrong, but he's rescued by Santa's Little Helper.
158.
1989 Clio Awards: The Best TV Commercials in the World, The (1989) as Production Company
A special that offers a look at the 1989 Clio Award-winning television commercials from the United States and around the world.
159.
Real Life (1988) as Production Company
A half-hour pilot for a series not picked up by CBS about two homemakers -- one a blue collar realist who sees homemaking as pure drudgery, the other a former career woman who envisions it as domestic bliss -- who become friends in spite of their different class backgrounds.
160.
1987 Clio Awards: The Best Television Commercials in the World, The (1987) as Tv Distributor
A special which offers a look at the 1987 Clio Award-winning commercials from the United States and around the world. Also featured are memorable commercials from the Clio Awards Classic Hall of Fame.
161.
Travelling Man (1987) as Production Company
A young doctor leaves his job at a big-city hospital and becomes involved in the problems of a small town torn by a violent land dispute.
162.
Legendary Ladies, The (1987) as Production Company
The great ladies of pop from the 60s and 70s come together onstage for the first time ever at New York City's famed Latin Quarter for a music-filled celebration. Broadcast as a segment of "CINEMAX Sessions."
163.
Rita (1986) as Production Company
A comedy pilot, not picked up by CBS, about Rita Barnes, a woman who has a supportive and loving husband, three children, and a satisfying career as a toy designer, and now has to come to grips with the fact that sometimes having it all means having too much.
164.
She's With Me (1986) as Production Company
A comedy pilot about Edie Gruber, a "plain Jane" door-to-door cosmetic salesperson from Queens, N.Y., whose accidental meeting with model Maris McKay changes both their lives. Edie becomes Maris's confidante, friend, and special advisor on how to manage her very exciting life, and when Maris asks Ed
165.
Crazy Dan (1986) as Production Company
Officer Dan Gatlin, a single-minded, unorthodox cop with an affection for direct confrontation, is after a mobster who's trying to take over a microcircuit company. Gatlin is constantly reminded about his departure from the rules by Bonnie, a rookie cop assigned to him as partner.
166.
My Cousin Rachel (1985) as Production Company
Rachel is a beautiful, mysterious countess who may or may not have murdered her ailing English husband in Italy. She returns to England, where her late husband's cousin falls passionately in love with her, in spite of his suspicions of her guilt.
167.
Sam (1985) as Production Company
A comedy pilot about Samantha "Sam" Flynn, a single working mother. The pilot episode relates Sam's experiences when she attempts to arrange a birthday surprise for her boss by reuniting him with his seldom seen grandmother in Yugoslavia.
168.
Goodbye Charlie (1985) as Production Company
While hang-gliding over a river in New Jersey, Charlie Sorrel, a womanizing ad agency vice president, drowns when he crashes into the water. Shortly after, a beautiful amnesiac appears at the door of George Erskine, an ad agency writer and Charlie's best friend. Soon, the woman realizes that she is
169.
W*A*L*T*E*R (1984) as Tv Distributor
A spin-off of M*A*S*H. Following his release from the army in 1954, 4077 M*A*S*H company clerk Walter "Radar" O'Reilly returns to his home in Iowa with hopes of working the family farm. When he is unable to make the farm pay for itself, Walter marries his girlfriend, Sandy, and heads for Missouri to
170.
Second Edition (1984) as Tv Distributor
The story, set in Columbus, Ohio, follows events in the life of Cliff Penrose, the new editor of "Columbus Life," a family magazine he is struggling to save. The pilot episode relates Cliff's attempts to cope with his recent divorce.
171.
Side By Side (1984) as Tv Distributor
The story, set in Chicago, follows events in the lives of Harry Deegan, a shipping affairs supervisor for McCloskey's, and his longtime friend and tenant, Joey Caruso, a shipping clerk. In the pilot episode, Harry seeks to better his position in life by pursuing a job at a rival shipping company.
172.
Side By Side (1984) as Production Company
The story, set in Chicago, follows events in the lives of Harry Deegan, a shipping affairs supervisor for McCloskey's, and his longtime friend and tenant, Joey Caruso, a shipping clerk. In the pilot episode, Harry seeks to better his position in life by pursuing a job at a rival shipping company.
173.
W*A*L*T*E*R (1984) as Production Company
A spin-off of M*A*S*H. Following his release from the army in 1954, 4077 M*A*S*H company clerk Walter "Radar" O'Reilly returns to his home in Iowa with hopes of working the family farm. When he is unable to make the farm pay for itself, Walter marries his girlfriend, Sandy, and heads for Missouri to
174.
Second Edition (1984) as Production Company
The story, set in Columbus, Ohio, follows events in the life of Cliff Penrose, the new editor of "Columbus Life," a family magazine he is struggling to save. The pilot episode relates Cliff's attempts to cope with his recent divorce.
175.
Full House (1983) as Tv Distributor
The misadventures of Ivan Travalian, an almost broke, disorganized and divorced New York playwright, as he struggles to raise five children. The pilot episode depicts Ivan's attempts to supplement his income by finding a part-time job.
176.
Adams House (1983) as Tv Distributor
The experiences of Chris Bennett, a social worker attached to the Adams House Community Center in Chicago. In the pilot episode, Chris tries to help Frank Gallagher, a despondent old man who refuses to move from his house, which is slated for demolition.
177.
Adams House (1983) as Production Company
The experiences of Chris Bennett, a social worker attached to the Adams House Community Center in Chicago. In the pilot episode, Chris tries to help Frank Gallagher, a despondent old man who refuses to move from his house, which is slated for demolition.
178.
Full House (1983) as Production Company
The misadventures of Ivan Travalian, an almost broke, disorganized and divorced New York playwright, as he struggles to raise five children. The pilot episode depicts Ivan's attempts to supplement his income by finding a part-time job.
179.
Pygmalion (1983) as Production Company
An adaptation for television of Bernard Shaw's play about one Henry Higgins, professor of phonetics, and his efforts to transform Eliza Doolittle, a flower girl with a pronounced Cockney accent, into a well-bred, well-spoken woman who can pass for a duchess in London society.
180.
Strange True Stories (1982) as Tv Distributor
Dramatic recreations of strange but true stories of mystical experiences and parapsychological events.
181.
Strange True Stories (1982) as Production Company
Dramatic recreations of strange but true stories of mystical experiences and parapsychological events.
182.
Hardcase (1981) as Tv Distributor
A pilot about Grover Harding Case, nicknamed "Hardcase," a tough police lieutenant with the New Orleans Police Department. Hardcase defies departmental rules and regulations to apprehend the ex-con who killed his partner.
183.
Hardcase (1981) as Production Company
A pilot about Grover Harding Case, nicknamed "Hardcase," a tough police lieutenant with the New Orleans Police Department. Hardcase defies departmental rules and regulations to apprehend the ex-con who killed his partner.
184.
Ultra Quiz (1981) as Production Company
Nine hundred thirty-two contestants compete in the most elaborate and expensive game show to be produced for American television. The game begins in Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, where several games are played to eliminate the majority of players and establish 84 winners. These players then compete
185.
G.I.'s (1980) as Tv Distributor
The program, set during World War II, follows the comic adventures of a squad of American servicemen who serve as "mop-up" troops in Italy. The pilot episode relates the boys' efforts to convince a British patrol that they are Americans when they take refuge in a German tank during a rainstorm.
186.
G.I.'s (1980) as Production Company
The program, set during World War II, follows the comic adventures of a squad of American servicemen who serve as "mop-up" troops in Italy. The pilot episode relates the boys' efforts to convince a British patrol that they are Americans when they take refuge in a German tank during a rainstorm.
187.
Fighting Nightingales, The (1978) as Production Company
The story, set in Korea during the war, relates incidents in the lives of combat-weary nurses.
188.
Enigma (1977) as Production Company
The exploits of Andrew Icarus, a daring agent for Triangle, a sophisticated crime-fighting organization based in the Caribbean. In the pilot episode, Icarus seeks to end the reign of a dangerous band of fanatics who are building a secret army financed by stolen diamonds.
189.
Nunundaga, The (1977) as Production Company
A two-part presentation about a fictional Indian tribe (the Nunundaga) facing starvation as they struggle for survival through the efforts of an Indian boy.
190.
Shaman's Last Raid, The (1975) as Production Company
The story of a young Apache boy and his sister who gain a new perspective on what it means to be Indian in the modern day world through the efforts of their uncle and their great grandfather, the village shaman.
191.
Can I Save My Children? (1974) as Production Company
Enroute to spend a holiday with an old friend, recently divorced Diana Hansen and her children are stranded in the wilderness when their small plane crashes. The story relates their struggle for survival as they attempt to reach civilization.
192.
Barbara Eden Show, The (1973) as Production Company
The story of Barbara Norris, a beautiful divorced mother who writes a popular daytime soap opera. In the pilot episode, Barbara faces a minor crisis when Barry Michaels, the serial star, refuses to play the story she has written.
193.
Braddock (1968) as Production Company
The story set in the future (filmed in 1968; set in 1977) relates the exploits of Braddock, a private detective with Braddock and Tratner Investigations in Los Angeles. The pilot episode relates Braddock's efforts to solve a series of mysterious threats against his life.
194.
Man Without a Gun (1958) as Production Company
The series, set in Yellowstone, Dakota, during the 1870s, relates the exploits of Adam MacLean, a newspaper editor as he attempts to establish peace through the power of the press. In April of 1957, an unaired pilot episode was filmed with Robert Rockwell as the star. The episode, produced by 20th

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195.
Fox's Funniest Outtakes (2002) as Clips Courtesy Of
Clips and outtakes from Fox TV programs present and past: Malcolm in the Middle, In Living Color, The X-Files, Martin, Melrose Place, King of the Hill, The Bernie Mac Show, Titus, 24, Married with Children and Mad TV.
196.
1996 NCLR Bravo Awards, The (1996) as Clips
Presentation of the NCLR Bravo Awards, which celebrates Latin music and culture and honors individuals who are responsible for the creation and positive portrayal of Latinos in American film and television.
197.
Television's Greatest Performances II (1996) as Clips
Special featuring clips from memorable moments in television history. Highlights include Dan Jansen's olympic victory, The Judd's farewell concert, Robin William's performance at the Metropolitan Opera House, the final episode of "MASH" and a tribute to Gilda Radner on "Saturday Night Live."
198.
Gail Sheehy's New Passages (1996) as Footage And Photos
Special featuring best-selling author Gail Sheehy who discusses the opportunities that come with mid-life. Celebrities of all ages discuss the possibilities of the start of a second adulthood. Follows the adult life cycle from the "tryout 20s" and the "turbulent 30s" through the "flourishing 40s,"
199.
TV Laughs at Life Hosted By Brett Butler (1995) as Clips Provider
Comedian Brett Butler looks at TV sitcoms that chronicle life's major experiences--from falling in love to retirement.
200.
Mom Knows Best (1992) as Footage ("The Simpsons")
A special hosted by Phylicia Rashad focusing on sitcom mothers and their changing role in television.
201.
19th Annual Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame (1992) as Film Clips
The 19th annual tribute honoring blacks in the entertainment industry.

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202.
Sight, The (2000) as Production Company
203.
Helen Keller -- The Miracle Continues (1984) as Production Company
204.
Tourist (1980) as Production Company

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

205.
Sun Also Rises, The (1984) as Production Company
This "expansion" of Ernest Hemingway's vivid novel about American expatriates trying to find themselves in lives of disillusion in Europe just after World War I proved to be as flawed as the 1957 movie version that starred Tyrone Power, Ava Gardner and Errol Flynn, among other notables. Not helping
206.
Blood Feud (1983) as Production Company
207.
Rules Of Marriage, The (1982) as Production Company
Lengthy contemporary drama, written by Reginald Rose, dealing with a supposedly "perfect marriage" and the effects when it breaks up -- on the couple involved, their children and their friends. Elizabeth Montgomery and Elliott Gould (in his TV acting debut) are an affluent suburban couple who split
208.
Valley Of The Dolls (1981) as Production Company
This contemporary updating of Jacqueline Susann's 1960s best-seller (plus, apparently, material omitted from the published novel) offers Catherine Hicks, Lisa Hartman and Veronica Hamel in the roles played in the 1967 film by Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke and Sharon Tate. Jean Simmons has the part tha

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