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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Warden of Red Rock, The (2001)
In an Arizona prison in 1910, a stern but humane warden struggles to come to terms with the changing times and his love for the widow of an executed convict.<P>John Flinders is the imposing warden of Red Rock Prison. When hardened prisoner Mike Sullivan is transferred to Red Rock, the guards and pri
2.
Apartment Complex, The (1999)
An impoverished psychology grad student manages the Wonder View Apartment in Hollywood in exchange for a rent-free apartment. When he gets mixed up with the bizarre tenants, he finds himself accused of murder.
3.
Escape From Mars (1999)
In 2016, an elite crew of men and women are selected for the two-and-a-half-year voyage to Mars to lay the groundwork that will make the planet inhabitable. As their destination nears, the five astronauts face an unexpected disaster which jeopardizes their oxygen and fuel supplies and claims the lif
4.
Roswell: The Aliens Attack (1999)
After aliens crash in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, two gray alien bodies are found dead, but two others survive and take on human forms. The aliens, John and Eve, are on a mission to eradicate the Earth of all human life. They set out to gain entrance to the Roswell Air Base, where their mission is
5.
Apartment Complex, The (1999) as Production Company
An impoverished psychology grad student manages the Wonder View Apartment in Hollywood in exchange for a rent-free apartment. When he gets mixed up with the bizarre tenants, he finds himself accused of murder.
6.
Rent-a-Kid (1995) as Production Company
An outrageous, streetwise salesman comes up with an unusual new way for an orphanage to "move the merchandise." Along the way the salesman will find out the true meaning of family.
7.
River Of Death (1990)
A Nazi doctor conducts experiments to create a virus that will cause havoc worldwide.
8.
Rude Awakening (1989)
Two 1960s political activists move to an idyllic hippie-style commune in Central America.
9.
Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects (1989)
In Los Angeles, a cop and father with no tolerance for sleaze is tracking down a pimp who recruits adolescent hookers and drug addicts in order to sell them to rich businessman with loose morals. When one such businessman arrives from Japan and, in a twist, finds his daughter taken by the pimp, it'
10.
Phantom of the Opera, The (1989)
An updated version of the story set in New York, where the prime suspect for a series of murders is a man who lived 120 years ago under the London Opera House.
11.
Mack the Knife (1989)
The well-known story, set during Queen Victoria's coronation, about an underworld thief who finds himself framed for a series of crimes he did not commit.
12.
True Love (1989)
The story of two working class Italian-Americans in the weeks prior to their wedding.
13.
Hero And The Terror (1988)
A serial killer escapes from prison.
14.
Out of the Shadows (1988) as Production Company
An American consulate worker in Greece is suspected of murder. She has no choice but to place her life in the hands of an Interpol detective assigned to her case.
15.
Secret Garden, The (1987) as Production Company
An adaptation of the well-known children's story by Frances Hodgson Burnett about a selfish girl who is suddenly orphaned while living in India, then sent to rural England to stay at imposing Misselthwaite Manor. After arriving, she discovers a long-abandoned secret garden, and its magic changes her
16.
Two Fathers' Justice (1985) as Production Company
A laid-off steelworker and a sophisticated executive team up to track down the killers of the former's daughter and the latter's son, gunned down in a drug dispute on the eve of their wedding. And until the eve of this film's initial showing, it was called simply "Two Fathers" -- in fact, a truly od
17.
Picking Up the Pieces (1985) as Production Company
Margot Kidder is the plucky wife and mother who literally picks herself up off the floor when her vindictive husband, threatened by her demand of divorce, strips their household of its possessions, closes out their bank account and cuts off her credit cards. James Farentino is a widower with whom sh
18.
Camille (1984)
A sumptuous refilming of Dumas' tragic tale of a young Parisian courtesan and her passionate but doomed love affair with a rich young man who showers her daily with white camellias. This was the 25th (at least) movie version dating back to a Danish adaptation in 1907 and including several movies of
19.
Killing of Randy Webster, The (1981)
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
20.
Georgia Peaches, The (1980)
A Southern gal who runs her family's auto repair shop, her aspiring country singer sister, and their stock-car racing friend who runs moonshine on the side are conned into working as government undercover agents to track down a dangerous criminal. A pilot to a prospective TV series.
21.
To Race the Wind (1980) as Production Company
A light-hearted dramatization of the autobiography of Harold Krents, a blind Harvard Law School student trying to make his way in a sighted world. Krents, whose experiences inspired the play and film, "Butterfiles Are Free," subsequently has become a lawyer -- although he initially was rejected by 4
22.
Two Worlds Of Jenny Logan, The (1979)
A romantic gothic drama about a modern-day woman's journey into the past in a desperate attempt to change fate and save the life of her true love, a young artist she had fallen for at the turn of the century. Based on David Williams' novel, "Second Sight."
23.
Christmas Lilies Of The Field (1979)
This belated sequel to the memorable 1963 theatrical movie, also directed by Ralph Nelson, has jack-of-all-trades Homer Smith (Billy Dee Williams in the original Sidney Poitier role) visiting the chapel in the Arizona desert he helped build for five German nuns under the supervision of Mother Maria
24.
Concrete Cowboys, The (1979) as Production Company
Country singer Jerry Reed and Tom Selleck, in his first major role in a made-for-TV movie (following the miniseries, "The Sacketts"), are a pair of good old boys from Montana who make their way to Nashville, are approached by Morgan Fairchild to help locate her missing sister, an aspiring singer, an
25.
This Man Stands Alone (1979) as Production Company
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.
Can You Hear the Laughter?: The Story of Freddie Prinze (1979) as Production Company
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
27.
Roll Of Thunder, Hear My Cry (1978) as Tv Distributor
A three-part drama, set in Mississippi in 1933, that follows the lives of the Logans, a proud, independent black family. A thirteen-year-old girl is inspired by her family's struggle to keep the land that it has owned for three generations.
28.
Rainbow (1978)
A musical drama tracing the life of a young Judy Garland (ages 10 to 17) during her rise from struggling vaudeville performer to the star of "The Wizard of Oz." Cinematographer Howard R. Schwartz received an Emmy Award for his contribution.
29.
Fame (1978)
An original comedy by Arthur Miller that relates the absurdities of being famous, as seen through the experiences of Meyer Shine, a noted playwright who finds fame to be a mixed blessing.
30.
Siege (1978) as Production Company
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.
31.
And I Alone Survived (1978) as Production Company
A dramatization of the true story of a woman's ordeal following a plane crash in the Sierra Nevadas that killed her two companions in April 1976.
32.
Katherine (1975) as Production Company
The socialite-to-revolutionary evolution of a pampered young heiress whose concern leads her first to the Peace Corps and ultimately to a group of political terrorists bent on changing the system. Art Carney, as her father in this film paralleling the Patty Hearst case, received an Emmy nomination a
33.
Death Scream (1975) as Production Company
An all-star suspense drama about a young woman whose murder was witnessed by fifteen of her neighbors who did nothing to help and refused to cooperate with the police. Based on an actual event, this was filmed under the title "Homicide" and in its repeat showing was called "The Woman Who Cried Murde
34.
Bad Ronald (1974)
A family with three daughters moves into an old house, unaware that it has a secret room occupied by a teenage murderer.
35.
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

Production Companies (special)

36.
Sports Illustrated For Kids Sports Awards Show, The (1999) as Production Company
Special honoring the 25 student athletes from the United States who were selected to receive the Sports Illustrated for Kids Good Sports Award for their athletic and extra-curricular activities. Awarded to both professional athletes and ordinary individuals who exemplify the values of good sportsman
37.
MTV's 10th Anniversary Special (1991) as Production Company
A special commemorating the 10th anniversary of MTV. Included are performances created for this special by contemporary music artists who have been associated with MTV throughout the years as well as celebrity interviews, animation and a look at MTV around the world.
38.
Richard Lewis I'm in Pain Concert (1985) as Tv Distributor
Filmed during a live performance at the Improv in Los Angeles, young comedian Richard Lewis leads audience members through a maze of comic situations, joking and cavorting about his family, ex-girlfriends, being on the road and, mainly, himself.
39.
Kudzu (1983) as Tv Distributor
The story, set in Bypass, North Carolina, follows the misadventures of Kudzu DuBose, a small town teenager growing up in the south and hoping to become a writer. In the pilot episode, Kudzu's attempts to write an article about his war-hero father leads him to uncover the truth: his father was really
40.
Gene Kelly... An American in Pasadena (1978) as Tv Distributor
Gene Kelly hosts this musical special with some of his favorite ladies (plus a token appearance by the sweaty tuxedo).

Misc. Crew (special)

41.
1998 MTV Video Music Awards, The (1998) as Intergration
Live Coverage of the 15th Annual MTV Video Music Awards from Los Angeles.
42.
Marlene Dietrich: Shadow and Light (1996) as Thanks
Documentary on the life and career of Marlene Dietrich. Includes home movies, clips from her films and interviews with family, friends and professional associates.
43.
11th Annual Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Hall of Fame, The (1996) as Clips ("Diagnosis Murder")
A presentation of the 11th annual Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame special. This year's inductees include Betty White, Jim McKay, Bill Moyers, Dick Van Dyke, William Link and the late Richard Levinson and Michael Landon.
44.
50 Years of Funny Females (1995) as Clips
Special looking at funny women of TV and film.
45.
100 Years of the Hollywood Western (1994) as Film Clips
Special saluting the Hollywood Western, with actors experienced in the genre. Includes profiles of John Wayne, John Ford and Clint Eastwood, as well as the story of women in the Wild West and a video history of how Native Americans have been portrayed over the years.
46.
Funny Women of Television: A Museum of Television & Radio Tribute (1991) as Clips
Telecast of a gala benefit for the Museum of Broadcasting, focusing on great TV comediennes. Includes a tribute to Lucille Ball and a special dedication ceremony of the Museum's new headquarters in New York City.
47.
Night of 100 Stars III (1990) as Film Excerpts
A celebrity benefit for The Actors' Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dance and comedy. Features nearly 175 stars of stage, screen, sports, and fashion.

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

48.
Executioner's Song, The (1982) as Production Company
In his Emmy Award-winning role as Outstanding Actor in a Drama Special, Tommy Lee Jones is convicted killer Gary Gilmore during his final nine months, spanning his parole, his reimprisonment, and the firing squad execution he demanded of the state of Utah in January 1977. Rosanna Arquette, as his ho
49.
John Steinbeck's "East of Eden" (1981) as Production Company
This three-part, eight-hour exploration of the John Steinbeck novel about the Trask family and the women who haunted their lives for two generations covered far more ground than did the 1955 feature film that starred James Dean, Julie Harris and Raymond Massey. Timothy Bottoms and Bruce Boxleitner a

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

50.
Helter Skelter (1976) as Production Company
An explosive dramatization of the best-seller about the Charles Manson "family" and the trial of the Tate/LaBianca murderers. One of the biggest made-for-TV movie productions to its time, with 115 speaking parts, and the highest-rated television film of all during the two nights it took to unfold. E

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