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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
O Pioneers! (1992) as Production Company
A television movie based on the classic Willa Cather novel. At the turn of the century, a young woman tames the unyielding Nebraska lands she inherits from her father and learns self-reliance amid the hardships of pioneer life.
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Primal Rage (1990)
A student journalist is bitten by a laboratory animal and turns into a killer.
4.
Sweet 15 (1990) as Foreign Tv Distributor
A two-part "WonderWorks" presentation about a middle-class Mexican-American teenager living in Los Angeles who comes to her father's aid when she discovers that he is an illegal alien.
5.
Street Justice (1989)
After a thirteen-year imprisonment in the Soviet Union, a CIA agent returns home to New Jersery, only to learn that his wife has remarried, his kids have grown up, and his replacement''s connection to a corrupt family have put them all in danger.
6.
Moonwalker (1989)
A hero from another world rescues a group of kidnapped children.
8.
World Gone Wild (1988)
A post-apocalyptic community is in danger of being taken over by a cult leader.
9.
Remote Control (1988)
A couple of video store employees discover that videotapes of the 1950s film "Remote Control" contain subliminal mind-control messages which turn all who view them into mindless killers.
10.
Action Jackson (1988)
A tough-as-nails Detroit cop keeps after a murderous auto executive in the bullet-filled thriller "Action Jackson" (1988). When a vicious auto magnate decides the best way to eliminate the competition is to actually eliminate the competition, off-the-rails lawman Jericho ''Action'' Jackson is there to take him down. Starring Carl Weathers, Craig T. Nelson, Sharon Stone and Vanity.
11.
Rented Lips (1988)
In order to get their big break, two documentary filmmakers must first make a porn film for their producer.
12.
Baja Oklahoma (1988)
Based on Dan Jenkin's best-selling novel, a Texas barmaid follows her dream of becoming a songwriter.
13.
Two Moon Junction (1988)
In the Deep South, a Southern belle named April has everything she could want, including a plantation, beauty and an aristocratic beau... that is, until she meets Perry, a roustabout with whom she has a torrid, sensual affair.
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Action Jackson (1988)
A tough-as-nails Detroit cop keeps after a murderous auto executive in the bullet-filled thriller "Action Jackson" (1988). When a vicious auto magnate decides the best way to eliminate the competition is to actually eliminate the competition, off-the-rails lawman Jericho ''Action'' Jackson is there to take him down. Starring Carl Weathers, Craig T. Nelson, Sharon Stone and Vanity.
16.
Dudes (1987)
Milo, Grant, and Biscuit, three punk kids from New York City, decide to go to Hollywood, traveling across the country in their Volkswagen bug. While they are stopped in Utah for the night, Milo is murdered by a gang wandering through the West on a killing spree. Grant and Biscuit temporarily postpon
17.
Fourth Protocol, The (1987)
The Fourth Protocol is a top secret agreement between the United States, Great Britain, and Russia to stop smuggling nuclear weapons. But some rogue spies are intent on defying the agreement and destroying NATO in the process. British agent John Preston begins to notice nuclear weapons components coming into the country and is suspicious, but he can''t convince his superiors, who assume he is simply displaying Cold War anti-communist paranoia. So Preston starts collecting clues to solve the mystery of who is attempting to break the Fourth Protocol.
18.
PrettyKill (1987)
19.
Big Shots (1987)
When his father dies from a heart attack, white, wealthy, 11-year-old Obie runs away and winds up in a Chicago ghetto. After getting beaten up by some gang members, the grief-stricken Obie is befriended by Jeremy "Scam" Henderson, an African-American, streetwise kid about his age. They become partne
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Siesta (1987)
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In the Mood (1987)
When 15-year-old Sonny Wisecarver has an affair with his older neighbor Francine and then runs off to marry her, a stern judge has the union annulled. Then, when Sonny finds himself before the same judge after getting involved with another woman in her 20s, the publicity from this case makes him the
24.
End of the Line (1987)
The lives of two best friends and career railroad workers are radically changed when the railroad is abandoned in favor of an air freight company.
25.
Maid to Order (1987)
In this Cinderella-in-reverse, a rich, bored and spoiled brat becomes a maid for an obnoxious Beverly Hills couple. She learns a lesson about herself, about friendship and love and humanity from the other servants and falls for the handsome young chauffeur.
26.
Orphans (1987)
27.
Made In Heaven (1987)
Mike Shea left his small Pennsylvania town and to move to California. On the way, he rescues a woman her children from a river, dying in the process. After arriving in heaven, Mike falls in love with a girl named Annie, but she has to return to Earth and inhabit another body in order to earn her wings. Desperate to be with her, Mike is offered a deal: He can return to Earth and find Annie, but neither will remember each other, and they have thirty years to re-connect.
28.
Into the Homeland (1987)
A father searches for his missing daughter which inevitably brings him into contact with a terrifying political phenomenon.
29.
Blue Monkey (1987) as Theatrical Distributor
Insect-like creature, which has sprung from the mouth of a patient in the emergency room of a hospital, grows to a monstrous size and terrorizes everyone in its search for sustenance to keep it alive.
30.
Boy Who Could Fly, The (1986)
After their father dies, Milly and Louis move to a new neighborhood with their mother. Milly becomes friends with Eric, the boy who lives next door. Eric is autistic and seems obsessed with flight, often climbing up to the roof and holding his arms out as if to fly. Before long, Milly comes to believe that Eric might actually possess an ability that no one else knows about.
31.
Morning After, The (1986)
A troubled alcoholic woman wakes up next to a dead man. With the help of friends, she goes into hiding as they unravel the mystery of what happened.
32.
Club Med (1986) as Production Company
Various romantic entanglements occur among the week's visitors to a Club Med resort in Ixtapa, Mexico. The "chef du village" is shocked when a former lover turns up, and must also cope with the troubled son of a close pilot friend killed on a rescue flight.
33.
Gulag (1985) as Production Company
A television movie about an American sportscaster who is railroaded by the KGB into a Russian labor camp. Struggling against the bitter cold and cruelty of the camp guards, he plots a daring escape with the help of a fellow prisoner.
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Spraggue (1984) as Production Company
In this pilot to a prospective series, college professor Michael Nouri, an amateur sleuth, and his eccentric blue-blood aunt, Glynis Johns, set out to trap suave but murderous doctor Patric O'Neal who specializes in heart attacks. Filmed on location in and around Boston and at Tufts University.
36.
Uncommon Love, An (1983) as Production Company
Recently divorced college professor, Barry Bostwick, becomes attracted to comely student Kathryn Harrold studying marine biology, only to learn that she not only is working her way through school by a job in a massage parlor, but is in fact a prostitute.
37.
John Steinbeck's "The Winter of Our Discontent" (1983) as Production Company
In his return to dramatic TV after more than fifteen years, Donald Sutherland is a grocery store clerk who dreams of buying back from the present owner the store which had been in his family for generations and his corruption at the hands of the town banker who wants him to sell out his alcoholic fr
38.
One Cooks, The Other Doesn't (1983) as Production Company
A romantic comedy involving a financially troubled realtor (Bologna), his sexy new bride (Huffman) who can't boil water, and his ex-wife (Pleshette) who moves in on the couple with her son when she loses her job and alimony payments no longer cover the bills.
39.
Two of a Kind (1982) as Production Company
In his television dramatic debut, George Burns is a geriatric relegated to a nursing home after his wife's death by son Cliff Robertson, and Robby Benson is his retarded grandson who takes on the task of getting the old man to shake off his lethargy and get back on his feet. James DiPasquale and Dor
40.
Wedding on Walton's Mountain, A (1982) as Production Company
The first of three followup TV-movies inspired by the long- running series "The Waltons" (ironically a mainstay on the competing network from 1972 to 1980), this story, set immediately after World War II, focuses on the wedding plans of Erin Walton and Paul Northridge. Nearly all of the original cas
41.
One Shoe Makes It Murder (1982) as Production Company
Although filmed after "The Winds of War", this suspense drama marked Robert Mitchum's TV acting debut, as a down-and-out ex-San Diego cop who is hired by gambling kingpin Mel Ferrer (also the film's producer) to find his missing wife, who turns out to be a possible suicide. Angie Dickinson is a sha
42.
Mother's Day on Waltons Mountain (1982) as Production Company
The second of three TV-movies inspired by the long-running series briefly returns Olivia Walton from the tubercular sanatorium to which she had retreated toward the end of the initial series (when actress Michael Learned decided to leave the show) in order to help three of her daughters cope with as
43.
Johnny Belinda (1982) as Production Company
In this remake of the 1948 Jane Wyman-Lew Ayres film (based on the 1940 Broadway play), Richard Thomas is a do-gooder in a poverty stricken rural area with VISTA where he encounters Rosanna Arquette, whom everybody believes to be retarded but he soon discovers to be deaf. A tentative romance blossom
44.
Desperate Lives (1982) as Production Company
High school brother and sister Helen Hunt and Doug McKeon (in this second TV-movie in as many nights) get involved with drugs. Tom Atkins and Diane Ladd are their parents, Diana Scarwid their student counselor, and Sam Bottoms the local pusher. William Windom and Dr. Joyce Brothers are members of th
45.
This Is Kate Bennett... (1982) as Production Company
In this pilot to a prospective series about the adventures of a TV investigative news reporter and single mother, fictional Kate Bennett finds her life imperiled, along with that of her daughter, when she doggedly pursues the story of a sniper attack on several nurses.
46.
Day for Thanks on Walton's Mountain, A (1982) as Production Company
In the last of the Walton movies, the family is reunited for Thanksgiving circa 1946. John-Boy pays a visit from New York (here he is played by Robert Wightman, who inherited the Richard Thomas part late in the series), Jim-Bob wants to set up his own business, aspiring composer Jason talks about closing his small restaurant, and newlyweds Erin and Paul plan to move out of the Walton homestead. Grandma arrives on time, but will John get back from his hospital visit with Olivia (who is not seen in this finale)?
47.
Washington Mistress (1982) as Production Company
A U.S. Senator's ambitious aide falls head over heels for her boss' chief adversary, a high-powered lobbyist who happens to be married with a family, and becomes involved in a long-running affair. Pat Hingle replaced E.G. Marshall as the Senator.
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Mistress Of Paradise (1981) as Production Company
In this lurid gothic thriller, Genevieve Bujold makes her TV-movie debut as an heiress from up north who marries worldly southerner Chad Everett, owner of a plantation known as Paradise, but finds herself fighting off the advances of Anthony Andrews, the owner of a neighboring plantation. This ante-
51.
Our Family Business (1981) as Production Company
This film, dealing with the life and family of a syndicate boss (played by actor/director Sam Wanamaker), emerged as an off-beat pilot to a prospective series -- TV's first dealing exclusively with organized crime from the syndicate's point of view. Ted Danson, later to find stardom on "Cheers", is
52.
Killjoy (1981) as Production Company
Off-beat mystery entangling in a web of intrigue a womanizing surgeon (Stephen Macht), a pathologist (John Rubinstein), his scheming doctor mother (Nancy Marchand), the hospital board chairman's wealthy daughter (Kim Basinger), and a shady character (Robert Culp), following the murder of a model. Wi
53.
Matter of Life and Death, A (1981) as Production Company
Inspired by a story that appeared on "60 minutes" in 1978 about Joy Ufema, a nurse dedicated to treating the terminally ill, Linda Lavin turned it into this TV movie for her Big Deal, Inc. production outfit, teaming with Tyne Daly, playing Joy's psychologist friend and confidante. Coincidentally, an
54.
Skag (1980) as Production Company
Karl Malden is a veteran steel mill foreman whose world is torn apart when he suffers a stroke leaving him temporarily paralyzed. This highly-acclaimed pilot to the subsequent short-lived series received six Emmy Award nominations; direction, writing, music scoring, art direction/set decoration, edi
55.
Marriage Is Alive and Well (1980) as Production Company
Joe Namath, as a free-wheeling wedding photographer, is the link to three comic tales about the institution of marriage in this pilot to a prospective series that never was to be. This was billed as Namath's TV acting debut.
56.
Flamingo Road (1980) as Production Company
This remake of the 1949 Joan Crawford movie, bringing a carnival drifter (Cristina Raines in the Crawford part) to a small Florida city where an aristocratic family unwillingly becomes involved with the ruthless sheriff (Howard Duff taking over where Sydney Greenstreet long ago left off) who fancies
57.
Reward (1980) as Production Company
In this pilot to a prospective series, a dispirited cop chucks his job on the force and, with the aid of a young co-ed, sets out to solve the murder of a police colleague who had been his best friend.
58.
Perfect Match, A (1980) as Production Company
A successful fashion designer who learns that she has a mysterious illness that threatens her life searches frantically for the one suitable donor for a bone marrow transplant -- the daughter she, as a teenager, had given up for adoption. John Sayles, whose reputation has grown through his cult film
59.
Rape And Marriage:The Rideout Case (1980) as Production Company
Based on the well-publicized Oregon criminal case, this television movie dramatizes the unique dispute in which Greta Rideout instigated the prosecution of her husband, John, charging him with raping her.
60.
Young Love, First Love (1979) as Production Company
A teenage couple of disparate backgrounds experience their first romance. She's a girl from a permissive California family; he's from a conservative midwestern family and has moved in with his sister on the west coast after the death of his parents. Initially, this was called "A Girl and a Boy: The
61.
Mary And Joseph (1979) as Production Company
A religious drama about Christ's parents, the events leading up to his birth, and the effect on the lives of the well-known Biblical figures of the time.
62.
Some Kind Of Miracle (1979) as Production Company
A drama about the emotional and physical shock faced by a TV newscaster and his fiancee, a newspaper reporter, following a surfing accident which paralyzes him and puts him in a wheelchair for life.
63.
Desperate Women (1978) as Production Company
A laconic ex-hired gun in the Old West teams up with three scrappy female prisoners abandoned in the desert, two orphaned children, an Army deserter, and a group of cantankerous animals, all of whom try to outsmart and outshoot a ratty gang of desperadoes trying to retrieve their boss' girlfriend an
64.
Long Journey Back (1978) as Production Company
This film depicts a teenage girl's courageous fight following a crushing school bus accident that leaves her physically and emotionally handicapped.
65.
Question Of Guilt, A (1978) as Production Company
Inspired by the Alice Crimmins case in New York, this drama focuses on an attractive woman whose personal lifestyle is viewed by many as distasteful and who later is accused of murdering her young daughter.
66.
Prince of Central Park, The (1977) as Production Company
A lonely widow who frequents Central Park becomes emotionally involved with two orphaned youngsters who have built an oasis for themselves there after fleeing from a foster home. A young Brooke Shields made her TV acting debut in a small role.
67.
Green Eyes (1977) as Production Company
Disillusioned and uncertain about his future, a Vietnam veteran journeys back to Southeast Asia to search among thousands of war orphans for the son he left behind.
68.
Killer On Board (1977) as Production Company
A cruise ship, with a traditional roster of TV faces, is swept with fear and panic when hit by a mysterious, deadly virus, disrupting the fun and games.
69.
Widow (1976) as Production Company
A drama about a woman with two children who tries to adjust emotionally after the sudden death of her husband.
70.
Who? (1975)
71.
Returning Home (1975) as Production Company
A nostalgic war drama based on the 1946 Goldwyn classic "The Best Years of Our Lives," following three returning World War II veterans as they face the challenge of adjusting to civilian life. Coleman takes the Fredric March role and Selleck the part played by Dana Andrews, while non-professional ac
72.
Eric (1975) as Production Company
A young man learns that he has terminal cancer but vows not to give up without an all-out fight in this drama based on Doris Lund's memoir of her son's last year.
73.
Conspiracy Of Terror (1975) as Production Company
A husband and wife detective team investigates satanism in suburbia when not squabbling over visits to his parents who never forgave him for marrying out of the faith. Pilot to a prospective series.
74.
Runaways, The (1975) as Production Company
An adventure drama about a teenage boy who runs away from his foster home after wrongly being accused of theft and soon crosses paths with a young leopard which has escaped from a wild-animal compound during a lightning storm. Both are befriended by a brusque female kennel owner with a heart of gold
75.
Runaway Barge, The (1975) as Production Company
An adventure drama involving three modern-day Mississippi boatmen who find themselves neck-deep in a kidnapping and hijacking plot.
76.
Bad Ronald (1974) as Production Company
A family with three daughters moves into an old house, unaware that it has a secret room occupied by a teenage murderer.
77.
Stranger Within, The (1974) as Production Company
A chiller about an expectant mother whose bizarre actions are controlled by her unborn baby.
78.
Girls of Huntington House, The (1973) as Production Company
An unmarried teacher in a school for unwed mothers finds herself increasingly drawn to her students' problems, leading to a deep emotional crisis.
79.
Dying Room Only (1973) as Production Company
A rest stop at a dingy roadside diner in the desert becomes a terrifying ordeal for a woman when her husband mysteriously disappears in the washroom and her search for him is thwarted by the surly proprietor and his sinister friend.
80.
Dream For Christmas, A (1973) as Production Company
An all-black cast shines in this pilot for a proposed series involving a southern minister who is assigned to a poor parish in California with the congregation drifting away and the church scheduled for demolition. The hope here was for writer Earl Hamner to repeat his success with "The Waltons."
81.
Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark (1973) as Production Company
A trim chiller that has a young couple inheriting an old mansion inhabited by demon-like creatures who are determined to make the wife one of their own.
82.
Crooked Hearts, The (1972) as Production Company
A charming but somewhat larcenous widow attempts to snare a rich bachelor through a lonely hearts club, but her scheme boomerangs into a deadly cat-and-mouse game. This marked the TV-movie debut of both Rosalind Russell and Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and was sadly also Russell's last film role.
83.
Homecoming, The (1971) as Production Company
This was the pilot movie for "The Waltons" (which began its long run in September 1972), recounting the events of one day -- Christmas Eve, 1933 -- in the lives of a rural American mountain family. Later called "The Homecoming -- A Christmas Story," it won a Christopher Award as well as Emmy nominat

Production Companies (special)

84.
Heart Beat (1985) as Production Company
A pilot for a would-be series that combines drama and music-video sequences to detail the adventures of Erica and Monica, two young women from Kansas City, and Carla, a tough New York woman, all of whom are dancers struggling to make it as professional dancers in New York City.
85.
Dirty Work (1985) as Production Company
After a succession of jobs that fail to excite her, Nadine Leevanhoek applies for the position of file clerk to George Wylie, the owner of the Wylie Detective Agency. Suddenly, she finds the fascination she has been searching for. After two days on the job, she takes over the agency when Wylie, a
86.
Day-to-Day Affairs (1985) as Production Company
A series of comedy sketches that satirize man's attempts to cope with life's everyday problems.
87.
Things Are Looking Up (1984) as Tv Distributor
The story, set in Ventura, California, follows events in the lives of a group of close-knit John F. Kennedy High School students as they confront life. The pilot episode depicts the plight of Neil Troutman, an 18-year-old senior who feels that he may be marrying his girlfriend, Joy, for all the wro
88.
Back Together (1984) as Production Company
When a celestial computer malfunctions, keeping the late Herkie Burke earthbound until the error can be found, he opts to spend his interim period with Elliott and Anne Harrington, his close friends who run a small advertising agency in Seattle. The story depicts Herkie's comic adventures as he atte
89.
Things Are Looking Up (1984) as Production Company
The story, set in Ventura, California, follows events in the lives of a group of close-knit John F. Kennedy High School students as they confront life. The pilot episode depicts the plight of Neil Troutman, an 18-year-old senior who feels that he may be marrying his girlfriend, Joy, for all the wro
90.
Branagan and Mapes (1983) as Production Company
The story of Dan Branagan, a Los Angeles ad man, and his struggles to raise his three stepchildren -- Gussie, Logan, and Theresa -- after the sudden death of his wife. The pilot episode introduces viewers to the would-be series format as Dan struggles to cope with his youngest child's upcoming birt
91.
Best of Times, The (1983) as Production Company
The story, set in California, follows the day-to-day activities of a group of students at U.S. Grant High School. In the pilot episode, student Pete Falcone faces the wrath of a jealous Marine when he asks the Marine's girlfriend to a school dance.
92.
In Security (1982) as Tv Distributor
The story, set in Philadelphia, follows the experiences of Annie Leighton, a security officer in the Mayfield Department Store. In the pilot episode, Annie receives a temporary promotion to security chief and finds it difficult adjusting when her soft heart interferes with her job.
93.
Cass Malloy (1982) as Tv Distributor
The pilot for a comedy series not picked up by CBS about Cass Malloy, a pretty wife and mother who, after the untimely death of her husband, Big Jim Malloy, replaces him as Sheriff of Burr County, Indiana. In the pilot episode, Cass assumes her new responsibilities and struggles to balance the dema
94.
Cass Malloy (1982) as Production Company
The pilot for a comedy series not picked up by CBS about Cass Malloy, a pretty wife and mother who, after the untimely death of her husband, Big Jim Malloy, replaces him as Sheriff of Burr County, Indiana. In the pilot episode, Cass assumes her new responsibilities and struggles to balance the dema
95.
In Security (1982) as Production Company
The story, set in Philadelphia, follows the experiences of Annie Leighton, a security officer in the Mayfield Department Store. In the pilot episode, Annie receives a temporary promotion to security chief and finds it difficult adjusting when her soft heart interferes with her job.
96.
Joshua's World (1980) as Tv Distributor
The pilot story, set in the small town of Strawee, Arkansas in the '30s, follows the experiences of Joshua Torrance, a doctor whose practice is jeopardized by his opposition to racism as he attempts to treat blacks as equals.
97.
Joshua's World (1980) as Production Company
The pilot story, set in the small town of Strawee, Arkansas in the '30s, follows the experiences of Joshua Torrance, a doctor whose practice is jeopardized by his opposition to racism as he attempts to treat blacks as equals.
98.
Aesop's Fables (1971) as Production Company
An animated/live-action adaptation of Aesop's fable, "The Tortoise and the Hare."

Misc. Crew (special)

99.
67th Annual Academy Awards, The (1995) as Film Footage
A live presentation of the 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, honoring achievements in motion pictures released during 1994.

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

100.
War and Remembrance (1988)
A 12-part miniseries continuing Herman Wouk's epic two-volume saga which began with "The Winds of War." The first 17-hour installment begins one week after Pearl Harbor. The family of career naval officer Captain Victor "Pug" Henry is scattered around the globe. Pug and his son, Byron, are fighting
101.
Blood and Orchids (1986) as Production Company
This fictional melodrama about a '30s rape-assault trial in Hawaii, intertwined with prejudice and corruption among the Island's establishment, with subplots involving a Hawaiian princess and an unassuming native lawyer-with-a-future, was based on Norman Katkov's best-selling novel which he (and, ac
102.
Lace II (1985) as Production Company
In the original two-part, five-hour adaptation of Shirley Conran's runaway best-seller broadcast during the 1983-84 season, Phoebe Cates, as the bimbo turned movie sex goddess found out her mother's identity from among three candidates. Now she spends four hours not only tracking down her real fathe
103.
Lace (1984) as Production Company
Sumptuous filming of Shirley Conran's sprawling best-seller about an international sex symbol's single-minded quest to find and destroy the mother she never knew -- one of three school chums, each of whom went on to fame and fortune. "Lace" is the name of the magazine one of them, Bess Armstrong, pu
104.
Studs Lonigan (1979) as Production Company
The television adaptation drawn from James T. Farrell's once-banned-for-being-oh-so-racy '30s trilogy ("Young Lonigan," "The Young Manhood of Studs Lonigan" and "Judgment Day") about the struggles and growing pangs of a self-destructive Depression-era Chicago youth introduced to TV viewers the rough
105.
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
106.
Sybil (1976) as Production Company
When Sybil, a shy elementary school teacher, suffers a nervous breakdown, psychologist Dr. Wilbur Sybil instantly knows that it is connected to a deeper issue. Over the course of Sybil's therapy, details of an abusive childhood unfold as a great number of distinct personalities, all residing within
107.
Blue Knight, The (1973) as Production Company
Veteran actor William Holden made his dramatic debut on TV in the role of Bumper Morgan, a twenty-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department on his last few days on the force before his retirement, and won an Emmy Award for his performance. The miniseries form as subsequently established bega

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

108.
Christopher Columbus (1985) as Production Company
A miniseries about the life of the Genoa-born explorer, from his mid-twenties as a determined young seaman to his last years as a tired old man still fired by dreams of exploration and discovery.
109.
Death in California, A (1985) as Production Company
A Beverly Hills socialite embarks on a love/hate relationship with the psychopath who had murdered her fiance and then raped and terrorized her, eventually becoming involved in a bizarre trial. Joan Barthel's book, from which this two-part film evolved, was based on a notorious 1970s California case
110.
Man Called Intrepid, A (1979) as Production Company
A fanciful suspense drama inspired by William Stevenson's best-selling account of the formation of an Allied espionage network during World War II by a wealthy Canadian using his own funds. David Niven made his TV movie debut as the man behind the operation.

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