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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Killer Instinct: From the Files of Candice Delong (2003) as Laboratory
Based on Candice DeLong's 20-year career in the FBI solving high profile cases, this project focuses on her decision to end her career by catching a killer preying on infertile women who turn to adoption - a decision complicated when the murderer sets his sights on her.
2.
Eloise at the Plaza (2003) as Production Laboratory (Toronto)
Based on Kay Thompson's classic character, this is the story of Eloise, a mischievous six-year-old who lives in New York City's Plaza Hotel with her nanny and various pets.
3.
Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of 'Three's Company' (2003) as Film Lab
The behind the scenes story of what really happened on the hit 70's comedy starring John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt and Suzanne Somers.
4.
Defending Our Kids: The Julie Posey Story (2003) as Laboratory
Based on the true story of stay-at-home mother Julie Posey who organized a movement of working with the police to investigate and prosecute child molesters when she learns her teenage daughter was approached by a pedophile in an Internet chat room.
5.
On Thin Ice (2003) as Film Lab
Based on the true story of a single, widowed mother who dealt drugs during a financial emergency and later became an FBI informant in order to bust a drug ring.
6.
Going For Broke (2003) as Film Processing
Based on the true story of a wife and mother who moves to Reno, Nevada with her family to run the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Soon thereafter, she develops a gambling addiction and winds up embezzling over $100,000 from the organization to pay off her spiraling gambling debts.
7.
Fear X (2003)
Wisconsin security guard Harry Cain's beloved wife Claire is murdered in a shopping mall where he works. To Cain's frustration, the local authorities have no leads or suspects, and are baffled by the presence of an additional victim, a police officer, who was shot at the same time as his wife. Deter
8.
Eloise at Christmastime (2003)
Holiday tale based on Kay Thompson's classic character six year old mischievous Eloise who lives in the Plaza Hotel in New York City with her nanny and various pets.
9.
Jason X (2002)
The year is 2455. The Place is Old Earth. Once the shimmering blue jewel of the galaxy, Old Earth is now a contaminated planet abandoned for centuries--a brown world of violent storms, toxic landmasses and poisonous seas. Yet humans have returned to the deadly place that they once fled--not to live, but to research the ancient rusting artifacts of the bygone civilizations that caused this enourmous environmental disaster. However, one of those artifacts happens to be the legendary, hockey-mask wearing, Jason. And when an eager group of intrepid young explorers discover him, little do they realize the grizzly fate that awaits them.
10.
For Love of Olivia (2001)
In the mid-south in 1966, small town lawyer Daniel Stewart is facing the opportunity of a lifetime -- to be the first black congressman from his district. The challenge of Daniel's campaign is heightened when the wife of incumbent Horton Roundtree is found murdered in her bed. The suspect is poor bl
11.
Children of My Heart (2001)
Gabrielle, a passionate and naive young woman leaves her Montreal home during the Depression to take on her first teaching job in a small prairie town. While she adjusts to her new life and the unusual characters, the town erupts over her unorthodox teaching methods. Eventually winning the approval
12.
Spinning Out of Control (2001)
Actress Amanda Berkeley is the star of the hit family television sitcom "Whaddaya Want, Mom?", in which she reigns as America's TV sweetheart. However, the side of Berkeley that her weekly television audience doesn't get to see is quite different, as her battles with drugs and alcohol reveal a thinl
13.
Pretender 2001, The (2001)
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
14.
What Makes a Family (2001)
Two gay women have a daughter through artificial insemination. When one of them dies, the parents of the dead partner try to take the child. Based on the true story of Janine Radcliffe.<P>Janine Nielssen first comes to terms with her own sexuality when she meets Sandy Cataldi, an out-of-the-closet l
15.
Hysteria: The Def Leppard Story (2001)
Biopic about the turbulent history of British superstars Def Leppard. After finding success at home, the British group began to top the U.S. charts with the help of the renowned producer Mutt Lange. Although drug and alcohol addiction increasingly took its toll on the band, the party continued until
16.
Hey, Happy! (2001)
A prairie boy's libido triggers an apocalypse! DJ Sabu spins Armageddon when his overactive libido leads him into teenage pregnancy. His mythic quest for two thousand boys ends with Happy, a paranoid UFO-ologist to whom aliens promise to appear (as his love child). Spanky is an evil hairdresser tryi
17.
Criminal Instinct: A Colder Kind of Death (2001)
A television crime reporter and former police officer finds answers to her husband's murder six years ago.
18.
Life in the Balance (2001)
An alcoholic lawyer gets a new lease on life when she fights to save a convicted murderer from execution.
19.
Absolon (2001)
A detevtive investigated the murder of a scientist who created the cure for a terminal disease. When the investigator is injected with the last doase of the cure, he becomes the last hope.
20.
Jewel (2001)
In rural 1945 Mississippi, Jewel Hilburn and her husband Leston have four healthy children. At the age of 40, Jewel gives birth to Brenda Kay, a fifth child with Down's Syndrome. Desperately wanting the child to beat the odds, Jewel focuses her undivided attention and love upon the child and, as a r
21.
My Daughter's Secret Life (2001)
Katlin Palmerston is a 17-year-old girl who lives a privileged existence with her stockbroker father Alastair, mother Valerie and little brother Terry, but a dangerous addiction to gambling has a devasting effect on her and her family. Katlin's world starts to crumble when she wins $50 during a poke
22.
Focus (2001)
Set during WW II, a man notices the anti-Semitism surrounding him in his New York neighborhood, when a Jewish immigrant living there is targeted by the locals.
23.
First Target (2000)
Follows the continuing story of Secret Service agent Alex McGregor and her boyfriend, river guide Grant Coleman. When the President of the United States is targeted for assassination during a national park commemoration in the mountains of Washington state, it's up to McGregor and Coleman to save hi
24.
After Alice (2000)
A washed-up detective discovers his own psychic ability when assigned to investigate a serial murder case. The killer has a deranged obsession with the novel "Alice in Wonderland." As the psychopath's bloody reign of terror continues, the cop spirals deeper and deeper into the case where the horrors
25.
Criminal Instinct: Love & Murder (2000)
Adaptation of Gail Bowen's novel featuring sleuth Joanne Kilbourn. Sally returns to her home town as a successful artist. Soon after, a young local artist is found murdered. Joanne Kilbourne, a criminologist and Sally's childhood friend, finds Sally is a chief suspect -- until she ends up dead.
26.
Catch A Falling Star (2000)
A Hollywood star flees the spotlight in an effort to connect with something real and ends up finding true love in a small steel town. An over-indulged film star wants to be loved for who she really is, but who is she? Is she Sydney Clarke, Hollywood megastar or Cheryl Belson, the down-to-earth Missi
27.
Caracara (2000)
A bird-loving museum worker becomes an unwitting participant in a plot to assassinate Nelson Mandela.
28.
Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition, The (2000)
Story of Ernest Shackleton's explorations of Antarctica and the troubles his group encounters.
29.
Left Behind: the Movie (2000)
In an instant, dozens of passengers on an international airline flight disappear into thin air. Pilot Rayford Steele discovers, to his horror, that millions worldwide vanished at the same instant including his own wife and son. While the world reels from the cataclysmic event, Steele bands with oth
30.
On Hostile Ground (2000)
After a New Orleans worker is killed in a tunnel collapse and a woman's car plummets into a sinkhole that opens up in a parking lot, city official Allison Beauchamp calls upon her fiance, geologist Matt Andrews to investigate. What he finds does not bode well for the city of New Orleans, which lies
31.
Flowers for Algernon (2000)
Television movie based on Daniel Keyes' book about Charlie Gordon, a mentally retarded man who becomes super-intelligent by means of a scientific experiment. As Charlie gains intelligence and loses his childlike innocence, he must learn how to survive in the unforgiving adult environment that has sh
32.
Criminal Instinct: Deadly Appearances (2000)
Adaptation of Gail Bowen's novel featuring sleuth Joanna Kilbourn. A university professor suspects foul play when her politician friend dies suddenly at a victory celebration. Joanna Kilbourn, a former cop turned private detective, is drawn into the investigation of the young woman's murder when a p
33.
Holiday Romance, A (1999)
Cal, a high-school superintendent, relocates to his hometown of Bethlehem, Kentucky, to investigate the troubled high school's finances. With his sullen niece Fern in tow, Cal moves in with his Korean-War veteran father Jake. Cal's calculations reveal that the school music program must be cut to sav
34.
Planet of Junior Brown, The (1999)
Living in the shadow of his diabetic and overprotective mother, Junior Brown's dream is to play the piano. Unfortunately, due to his mother's volatile temper, the strings on the family piano have been cut. Even his neurotic piano teacher, Miss Peebs, won't let Junior touch her piano. Instead, he has
35.
Slight Case of Murder, A (1999)
Television movie based on Donald Westlake's novel about Terry Thorpe, a small-time film critic whose amoral behavior and shady dealings -- adultery, larceny, and maybe even murder -- finally start to catch up with him when a quirky, but relentless detective gets on his case.
36.
Timeshifters, The (1999)
While investigating a string of disasters, a reporter discovers that a syndicate is creating disasters for profit. With the syndicate's agents closing in, he races through the streets of New York trying to avert the next great catastrophe.
37.
Different (1999)
Hope Talmadge's life was full of the promise of an 11-year-old until a car accident left her mentally disabled. Amanda Talmadge could never come to terms with her daughter's imperfections and sent Hope away to special schools and group homes her entire life. Now 30, Hope strives to live a normal lif
38.
Forget Me Never (1999)
Drama about the struggle of a woman in her 40s battling Alzheimer's disease. Diane McGowan, a legal secretary with a lawyer's knowledge of the law, has a full life with her job, her grown children and her husband Jack. When she begins to forget vital information and finds that she is losing hours of
39.
At the Mercy of a Stranger (1999)
Elizabeth Cooper, a wife and successful real-estate agent finds that her husband, Dr. Thomas Cooper, has taken out a contract on her life. She ultimately trusts her life to John Davis, the hitman hired to kill her, and the unusual friendship that develops between them concludes in a plot to trap the
40.
Ultimate Deception (1999)
When bartender Terry Cuff marries Bobby Woodkin, she realizes she is one step closer to her dream of raising a family. Unable to have children, the couple decides to adopt. However, Terry does not realize that Bobby is wanted by the police. She thinks he is out arranging for an adoption, but in fact
41.
Secret of Giving (1999)
A widow and her son search for the meaning of Christmas in 1905. Rose Cameron is trying to cope with her husband's death but her mortgage is overdue, she has only a few cattle to sell and her 5-year-old son, Toby, is running a high fever. Then, Harry Withers, a lone rider, shows up on her farm. Rose
42.
His Bodyguard (1998)
When a deaf man witnesses a high-tech robbery, a female security officer who knows sign language is assigned to protect him. Sam and Jenny learn a lot about each other as they hide out in Sam's apartment, a deaf school and Jenny's childhood home. Eventually, Sam gives Jenny the confidence she never
43.
Labor of Love (1998)
Annie, a 36-year-old, single woman, desperately wants to have a child. Her best friend, Mickey, a gay man who had tried unsuccessfully to adopt a child, also feels the pangs of parental yearning. The couple decides to have a naturally conceived child together. Mickey moves in with Annie, but she the
44.
Scandalous Me: Jacqueline Susann Story, The (1998)
Television movie based on the life of Jacqueline Susann, author of "Valley of the Dolls." A look at the triumphs and tragedies of Jacqueline Susann, who grew up during the Depression and tried her luck as an actress in New York City in the 1940s. What she lacked in talent she made up with moxie and
45.
Johnny 2.0 (1998)
In a world of extreme environmental decay run by giant corporations, Johnny Dalton, a scientist for the Azimuth Corporation, has perfected human cloning. Terrorist attack Azimuth and Johnny ends up in a coma for the next 15 years. He awakens to discover that he and his world have changed forever. He
46.
Outrage (1998)
Tom and Sally Casey's lives take a dramatic turn after several prep school students, including a boy named Jeffrey, break into Tom's car and steal a gun he keeps hidden under the seat. The teens are caught but quickly released, while Tom is sent to jail for 30 days for possession of an unlicensed fi
47.
Dead Husbands (1998)
Dr. Carter Elson finds a list of men's names among his wife Audrey's possessions. Audrey, who married Dr. Elson in order to gain entry to the social-climbing world she always coveted, is frustrated when he gives up his practice to become an author of marital self-help books. When Carter discovers hi
48.
Giving Up the Ghost (1998)
A lawyer haunted by the sudden death of her husband, makes contact with his ghost. She becomes torn between living without him or ending it all to spend eternity with him.
49.
Murder Most Likely (1998)
Patrick Kelly is a corrupt, former Royal Canadian Mounted Police undercover agent accused in 1981 of the death of his wife after she fell from the balcony of their high-rise condo. He is convicted of first-degree murder, primarily on the testimony of a key witness, who ten years later claims to have
50.
When He Didn't Come Home (1998)
26-year-old Timmy Dolan has always been overly dependent on his parents, Fay and Michael, for emotional and financial support. In an attempt to assert his independence, Timmy moves to Chicago and falls in love with Carolyn Blair, a controlling businesswoman. Although their relationship seems tempest
51.
Major Crime (1998)
Gordan Tallas, a seasoned detective, becomes fixated on the capture of a child molester, but has difficulty convicting the criminal once in his grasp due to uncooperating witnesses and lack of evidence.
52.
Dead Innocent (1997)
Her daughter has gone missing, and a voice from hidden surveillance cameras tells her that the only way her daughter will live is if she herself commits suicide. Can she get a message to the outside world in time to save her own life and the life of her child?
53.
Survival on the Mountain (1997)
Amy Hoffman decides to take an adventurous hike up Island Peak in the Himalayas with her husband as her 40th birthday approaches. A freak blizzard and series of avalanches cut them off from the rest of the world and place them in danger. Avalanches claim the lives of many of their fellow travelers a
54.
Lies He Told (1997)
A charming military man arranges his own disappearance and death in order to begin a new life with a woman who is completely deceived by his lies. Bored by his military career and secure lifestyle with his wife, Cindy, and two children, Dave Bay falls in love with Alyson and plots a new existence. T
55.
Keeping the Promise (1997)
Follows the harrowing adventures of a 13-year-old boy who survives the American wilderness only with the help of a young Native American. Matt and his father travel to claim their land in the new territory of Maine in the 1700's. His father leaves him behind to guard the land while he returns to Mas
56.
Bad to the Bone (1997)
Francesca Wells is suspected of murdering her mother but her boyfriend Waldo's false alibi gets her off the hook. In time, tensions between the two lead Francesca to convince her younger brother Danny to murder Waldo. Danny takes the rap for the murder and Francesca quietly disappears to start a new
57.
Melanie Darrow (1997)
Movie pilot about an unconventional criminal defense attorney named Melanie Darrow. She takes on as a client the husband of her murdered best friend, an heiress, even though his family believes he is the killer.
58.
... First Do No Harm (1997)
A ferociously determined mother sees her four-year-old son's treatment for epilepsy failing and, trusting her own study of his case, defies conventional wisdom to enroll him in a controversial diet treatment.
59.
All the Winters That Have Been (1997)
Dane Corvin returns to Raven Island where 20 years before he and Hannah Craven had fallen in love. She vowed never to see Dane again because he had arrested her brother, who he had been investigating. Dane is now determined to win her back and slowly re-enters her daily life. But Hanna has a secret,
60.
Prayer in the Dark, A (1997)
Two prison escapees team up with an accomplice and travel to upstate New York where they take a Quaker family hostage and threaten to kill them all unless the mother, the president of the local bank, gives them $4 million in ransom. One of the convicts is a young man who left the Quaker community an
61.
To Dance With Olivia (1997)
A couple's marriage falls apart after the accidental death of their young son. The father, a succesful lawyer, has moved on with his life, but his wife, Olivia, still spends all of her days in mourning. They reexamine their relationship when they become involved in the murder case of the young son o
62.
Any Mother's Son (1997)
One night while on shore leave in Sasebo, Japan, U.S. sailor Allen Schindler was followed into a public restroom and beaten to death. While given a military funeral, it was still a full two months after his brutal murder that his mother, Dorothy Hajdys, discovered that her son had been killed by two
63.
Borrowed Hearts: A Holiday Romance (1997)
Kathleen Russell, a struggling single mother, wishes that she and daughter Zoey can move into a real house and out of their rundown apartment in time for the holidays. Kathleen's boss Sam Fields, offers Kathleen and Zoey money to pose as his wife and daughter to impress Javier Del Campo, a wealthy i
64.
On the 2nd Day of Christmas (1997)
Trish adopts her niece Patsy after the untimely death of her sister and together the two support themselves by pickpocketing affluent people during the holiday season. Unfortunately, they are caught on Christmas Eve in Limber's department store by an overzealous security guard named Bert. Under orde
65.
Clover (1997)
Clover, a young African-American girl, has difficulty coping with the death of her father Gaten, which has left her in the care of Sara Kate, her white stepmother. Despite protests from Clover's two aunts, Everleen and Katie, Sara Kate is determined to mother Clover in the way Gaten would have wante
66.
Conspiracy of Fear, The (1996)
After his father's "accidental" death, a book-smart college student becomes a sinister assassin's next target. After an accidental encounter teams him with a resourceful young woman, he goes on the run and unravels a conspiracy that threatens America's safety.
67.
Husband, a Wife, and a Lover, A (1996)
After 23 years in a difficult marriage, a woman leaves her husband. She returns home to take care of him when he suffers a stroke, with the understanding that their marriage is over. She later develops a relationship with another man that begins as friendship, but turns to love. Inspired by actual e
68.
Johnny Shortwave (1996)
At the end of the 20th century, massive unemployment and engineered food shortages have created a huge, permanent underclass in North America and brought about a police state to control it. An underground resistance is rumored to exist, and is being exhorted to rise up by the voice of Johnny Shortwa
69.
We the Jury (1996)
Story of the murder trial of a popular talk-show host accused of killing her philandering husband. Traces the story through the eyes of the jury, following them into the jury room for their heated deliberations, which uncover a shocking secret.
70.
Shadow Zone: The Undead Express (1996)
A young teen named Zach has a rich imagination, which makes him a perfect candidate for the "Shadow Zone," a place where fantasy and reality meet. There, Zach encounters a gang of vampires who plan to prey on New York City.
71.
Captive Heart: The James Mink Story (1996)
Drama based on the life of James Mink, the son of a freed slave who became a respected millionaire businessman in Toronto in the 1850's. Mink and his Irish-immigrant wife find out that their son-in-law, a white American, is a slave trader and has sold their daughter as a slave to a Southern Plantati
72.
John Woo's Once a Thief (1996)
Telefilm based on the 1991 feature film of the same title written and directed by John Woo. A Hong Kong crime family consists of two adopted siblings, Li Ann Tsei and Mac Ramsey, one blood sibling, Michael Tang, and their father, the Godfather. Li Ann and Mac were orphans taken in and trained at a y
73.
Pretty Poison (1996)
A mysterious ex-con recently released from a psychiatric prison enlists the help of a pretty high school cheerleader in a criminal scheme, but the cheerleader has a not-so-innocent scheme of her own in mind. Based on the 1968 feature film of the same title.
74.
Cagney & Lacey: True Convictions (1996)
Female police detective team Cagney and Lacey investigate tainted evidence in a death penalty case. Meanwhile, Cagney gets romantically involved with the father of a shooting victim, and Lacey copes with Harvey's absence when he takes an out-of-town job.
75.
Talk to Me (1996)
Behind-the-scenes story of a fictional talk show and the battle for ratings. A naive but ambitious young producer is manipulated by the seasoned executive producer into creating controversial ratings-grabbing shows that begin to weigh on her conscience. When she befriends a young prostitute and book
76.
Morrison Murders, The (1996)
Inspired by the true story of two brothers who unite to find their parents' murderer until the older brother discovers his younger brother's guilt and works with the police to convict him of the brutal crime.
77.
Devil's Food (1996)
A TV anchorwoman sells her soul to the devil to become thin.
78.
Double Jeopardy (1996)
Drama based on the true story of a Baltimore police officer who murdered his young mistress and then tried to pin the guilt on his wife's son, a conspiracy blown apart in the courtroom.
79.
Heck's Way Home (1996)
A boy's missing dog travels thousands of miles across Canada to be reunited with his young owner before his family migrates to Australia.
80.
Cagney & Lacey: The View Through the Glass Ceiling (1995)
Cagney and Lacey must investigate a local precinct when a murder leads to suspicion of police corruption. When the findings of the D.A.'s police corruption investigation turn out to be useful to Cagney's political ambitions, she makes a choice that will have a lasting impact on her life, Lacey's and
81.
Shamrock Conspiracy, The (1995)
A retired Scotland Yard detective travels to New York City to visit his daughter but soon finds himself embroiled in a case of serial killings that involve the IRA and police corruption.
82.
Kurt Vonnegut's Harrison Bergeron (1995)
Television movie based on a satirical short story by Kurt Vonnegut. Set in the society of 2053, the telefilm chronicles a young man's first love and his fight to return to the right of free thought in a society of automatons and national mediocrity.
83.
Between Love and Honor (1995)
An undercover cop falls in love with the stepdaughter of a notorious mob figure and must choose between his work and his feelings. Based on the true story of Steve Allie Collura, who portrays another police officer in the movie.
84.
Possession of Michael D., The (1995)
A man is possessed by an evil force and struggles to have it purged from his body before it kills him and his loved ones. Inspired by true events.
85.
Family of Cops (1995)
The entire family of a Milwaukee police chief becomes entangled in a web of murder and deception when the youngest daughter is accused of killing a multimillionaire businessman.
86.
Black Fox: The Price of Peace (1995)
After blaming Britt for his wife's decision to stay with the Native Americans who captured her, an abusive husband organizes a party of vigilantes to accompany him into Indian territory.
87.
Holiday to Remember, A (1995)
Big-city psychiatrist Carolyn Giblin dumps her no-good husband and moves her daughter back to her tiny home town in South Carolina. There she finds that the guy she left at the altar still carries a torch.
88.
Black Fox (1995)
Two "blood" brothers -- one a former plantation owner, the other his former slave and childhood friend -- leave California with their families to settle in Texas, where they hope to find a life free from racial tension. Set in the 1860s.<P>After some of the villagers are kidnapped by Native American
89.
Lady Killer (1995)
A woman's rejected lover seeks revenge on her and her family.
90.
Friends at Last (1995)
Drama about a married couple who grow apart, lead separate lives and then rediscover their strong emotional connection.
91.
Another Woman (1994)
A restaurant owner must reconstruct her life, her marriage, and her memory following a near-fatal beating.
92.
Man In The Attic, The (1994)
Inspired by a true-life court case from the early decades of this century, depicts the story of how the love of a passionate woman literally enslaves a hapless younger man who remains in the woman's attic for twenty years, unbeknownst to the woman's husband. Set in Milwaukee.
93.
Hostage For a Day (1994)
A dispirited man stages his own kidnapping in an attempt to escape his overbearing wife and his miserable job.
94.
Treacherous Beauties (1994)
A photojournalist searching for the identity of her brother's murderer becomes romantically involved with the prime suspect.
95.
Change of Place, A (1994)
An art history student switches places with her fashion model twin sister and gets caught in a dangerous game of deceit, industrial espionage, and love.
96.
Madonna: Innocence Lost (1994)
Unauthorized television movie tracing the pop music superstar Madonna's first years in New York, from 1978 through 1984 -- including relationships with her father and her first manager.
97.
Getting Gotti (1994)
Based on the story of Diane Giacalone, the assistant district attorney who prosecuted Mafia boss John Gotti.
98.
Against Their Will: Women in Prison (1994)
When guards demand sexual favors from the inmates of a women's prison, a wrongfully-jailed convict fights back in court. Based on an actual event.
99.
Perfect Stranger, A (1994)
A television movie based on "A Perfect Stranger," Danielle Steel's novel about an attorney who falls in love with the young wife of a wealthy man who is dying.
100.
To Save the Children (1994)
An ex-cop uses a bomb to hold an elementary school full of children and teachers hostage. Based on the book "When Angels Intervene," an account of real events that took place in 1986.
101.
Incident in a Small Town (1994)
The third television movie featuring the characters, lawyer Harmon Cobb and Judge Bell. In this telefilm, set in Baltimore in 1953, Harmon Cobb comes to the defense of Judge Bell, who stands accused of killing the abusive father of his daughter's child.
102.
Spenser: Ceremony (1993)
Private investigator Spenser rescues a young girl from the world of teenage prostitution when she uncovers a dangerous secret that could destroy a political candidate's future.
103.
Switching Parents (1993)
Based on the true story of 12-year-old Gregory Kingsley, who sued successfully to divorce himself from his natural parents.
104.
April One (1993)
Based on the 1986 true story about a man who took the Bahamian Vice Consul to Canada hostage, insisting that only the Ottawa Chief of Police be his contact to the outside world. The date was April one.
105.
Blown Away (1993)
A teenage girl seduces a young man and then sets him up as the fall guy when she kills her apparently abusive, and definitely wealthy, father.
106.
Survive the Night (1993)
Three women are confronted by a sociopathic gang when they become lost in one of the most dangerous sections of New York City.
107.
Lethal Lolita (1993)
A movie telling the story of Amy Fisher, a Long Island, New York, high-school student who allegedly shot her 36-year-old lover's wife.
108.
Talk 16 (1992)
Five teen-aged Canadian girls offer radically different views regarding pre-marital sex, education, parents, feminism, drugs and alcohol, and their futures.
109.
Teamster Boss: The Jackie Presser Story (1992)
A television movie based on the life of Jackie Presser, the labor leader who rose to the top of the Teamsters Union by making deals with the Mafia and manipulating the FBI, becoming one of the most powerful men of the Reagan Era.
110.
Project: Genesis (1992)
A woman from another planet searches a wrecked cargo ship for a drug that is vital to life on her planet.
111.
Liar's Edge (1992)
An introspective teenager is plagued by terrifying visions since the untimely death of his daredevil father. His mother's volatile boyfriend plots to make the boy a fall guy for his murderous criminal activities.
112.
Shattered Trust (1992)
While prosecuting a child-abuse case, a lawyer realizes she has repressed an incident of abuse from her childhood. Based on a true story.
113.
Clearcut (1991)
During the clearcutting of a forest, a controversy over land claims erupts and a lawyer arrives to represent the Native Americans. One of the Indians cannot suppress his anger and kidnaps the manager of the paper mill and the lawyer, taking them on a wild journey.
114.
Adjuster, The (1991)
A tale of voyeurism, and how it is a large part in the lives of a few characters.
115.
Beautiful Dreamers (1991)
The relationship between Walt Whitman and a female doctor at an insane asylum in 1880s Canada.
116.
In the Nick of Time (1991)
Santa Claus learns that his 300-year tenure has ended and if he doesn't find a replacement by Christmas Eve, all the lights of Christmas will go out.
117.
No Apologies (1990)
Several siblings reunite at the family homestead in Newfoundland and hold vigil during their father's final hours.
118.
Thick as Thieves (1990)
A teenage cousin stands in the way of two siblings who, as partners in crime, have dreams of easy money.
119.
On Thin Ice: The Tai Babalonia Story (1990)
A television movie based on the true story of Tai Babilonia, the figure skater. Her dreams of an Olympic gold medal were dashed when her partner, Randy Gardner, suffered an injury and was unable to complete the 1984 Winter Olympics competition. Devastated, she turned to drugs until she decided to pu
120.
Leona Helmsley: The Queen Of Mean (1990)
A television movie based on the life of real-estate entrepreneur Leona Helmsley, from the early 1950s until 1989.
121.
Kaleidoscope (1990)
A television movie based on Danielle Steel's novel "Kaleidoscope." A detective obeying a dying man's last wish tries to unravel the mystery of three sisters separated in childhood.
122.
Ivory Hunters, The (1990)
A photographer who is sent to Kenya to photograph elephants mysteriously disappears. Her friend discovers she has been killed by poachers and he plots to infiltrate the international organization of ivory traffickers and bring the killers to justice.
123.
Speaking Parts (1989)
A giggolo/actor/hotel custodian does anything in order to make it big, including sleeping with the producer of a new movie based on her deceased brother.
124.
Parents (1989)
Set in 1958, a 10 year old boy begins to suspect that under their supposedly normal and proper veneer, his parents hold a horrible and bloody secret.
125.
Final Notice (1989)
A case of library vandalism takes on ominous overtones when clues to a grizzly murder are uncovered. A detective and librarian join forces to ferret out the crazed killer.
126.
Sorry, Wrong Number (1989)
A remake of the 1948 feature film "Sorry, Wrong Number." A bedridden millionaire socialite with a heart condition overhears a telephone conversation between two killers plotting a murder. She learns that her husband is leading a double life as a drug dealer and that she is the intended victim of the
127.
Age-Old Friends (1989)
An "HBO Showcase" adaptation of Bob Larbey's Broadway play about two close friends residing in a retirement home. One is failing physically, but is sharp of mind; the other is in good physical shape, but is losing his memory. They help each other retain their dignity and wit as they confront advanci
128.
Murder by Night (1989)
A man suffers from amnesia and is uncertain whether he's a serial killer.
129.
Maniac Cop (1988)
A legendary NYPD officer, now dead, rises from the grave to terrorizes Manhattan.
130.
Dead Ringers (1988)
Psychological drama loosely based on a true story about twin gynecologists who become involved with a famous actress, and develop a serious drug addiction.
131.
Comic Book Confidential (1988)
The social and political history of the comic book medium.
132.
133.
Gate, The (1987)
While his parents are away, a teenager and his friends discover that the "gate" to hell is located in his backyard.
134.
Blue Monkey (1987)
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.
135.
Act Of Vengeance (1986)
A television movie about Jock Yablonski, the United Mine Workers official whose battle for his union's Presidency brought him into deadly conflict with union boss Tony Boyle. The true story describes Yablonski's raw, courageous stand which runs afoul of Boyle, who orders the murders of Yablonski and
137.
Abducted (1986)
138.
Sword of Gideon (1986)
A group of five men are recruited to avenge the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre. The fictional treatment of Israel's actions describes the efforts of the team and questions the morality of revenge. The Sword of Gideon represents Israeli justice.
139.
Apology (1986)
A web of terror surrounds Lily McGuire, a conceptual artist living in New York City's SoHo district. As artistic inspiration she solicits and tapes anonymous apologies over the telephone. A caller confesses to a series of brutal gay murders being investigated by a detective and Lily refuses to turn
140.
Reckless Disregard (1985)
Based largely on the 1983 trial in Los Angeles of Dr. Carl A. Galloway against both CBS and Dan Rather, following a Rather report on "60 Minutes" linking the doctor with a pill-dispensing clinic, this fictional account (filmed in Toronto) parallels the case to a great extent, pitting a small-time la
141.
Starcrossed (1985)
Take the Jeff Bridges/Nancy Allen movie, "Starman," and change the sexes, add a touch of music video ambiance, delete the foul language and this brisk, amiable sci-fi tale emerges, with a lithe extraterrestrial fleeing relentless alien killers with the help of a sympathetic but endlessly astonished
142.
Matter of Sex, A (1984)
The somewhat exploitive title notwithstanding, this provocative film dramatizes the bitter, true-life struggle of "the Wilmar 8," eight women who, in 1977, began a two-year strike against the small Minnesota bank that employed them, charging sex discrimination in hiring and promotion. Lee Grant, who
143.
Between Friends (1983)
In this superstar teaming for the second TV film made especially for Home Box Office, Elizabeth Taylor and Carol Burnett are a couple of divorcees--the former looking for some man to keep her in diamonds and champagne; the latter, a real estate agent just looking for a man. An unlikely friendship is
144.
Terry Fox Story, The (1983)
Young Canadian athlete Terry Fox's cross-country Marathon of Hope after losing a leg to cancer was dramatized in this movie heralded as the first made exclusively for HBO. Filmed in Canada with a basically local cast and crew (and Eric Fryer making his acting debut as Fox), it had two actors from th
145.
Dead Zone, The (1983)
A man awakens from a coma with the ability to see other people's futures.
146.
Brood, The (1979)
A man's wife is under the care of an eccentric psychiatrist who uses innovative and theatrical techniques to breach the psychological blocks in his patients. When their daughter comes back from a visit with mom and she's covered with bruises and welts, the father attempts to bar his wife from seeing the daughter, but faces resistance from the secretive psychiatrist. Meanwhile, the wife's mother and father are attacked by deformed children, and the husband begins to suspect a connection with the psychiatrist's methods.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

147.
Killer Instinct: From the Files of Candice Delong (2003)
Based on Candice DeLong's 20-year career in the FBI solving high profile cases, this project focuses on her decision to end her career by catching a killer preying on infertile women who turn to adoption - a decision complicated when the murderer sets his sights on her.
148.
Going For Broke (2003)
Based on the true story of a wife and mother who moves to Reno, Nevada with her family to run the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Soon thereafter, she develops a gambling addiction and winds up embezzling over $100,000 from the organization to pay off her spiraling gambling debts.
149.
Eloise at the Plaza (2003)
Based on Kay Thompson's classic character, this is the story of Eloise, a mischievous six-year-old who lives in New York City's Plaza Hotel with her nanny and various pets.
150.
Defending Our Kids: The Julie Posey Story (2003)
Based on the true story of stay-at-home mother Julie Posey who organized a movement of working with the police to investigate and prosecute child molesters when she learns her teenage daughter was approached by a pedophile in an Internet chat room.
151.
Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of 'Three's Company' (2003)
The behind the scenes story of what really happened on the hit 70's comedy starring John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt and Suzanne Somers.
152.
On Thin Ice (2003)
Based on the true story of a single, widowed mother who dealt drugs during a financial emergency and later became an FBI informant in order to bust a drug ring.

Misc. Crew (special)

153.
Monkey Trial (2002) as Film Processing
In 1925, John Scopes was arrested in Tennessee for teaching evolution in defiance of state law. His trial became an all-out duel between science and religion, and one of the epic legal battles of the 20th century.
154.
Wizard of Photography, The (2000) as Laboratory
Documentary about George Eastman, the innovator and entrepreneur who revolutionized the photographic industry, transforming a complex, expensive technology used by a small professional elite into one that anyone could use. Includes dramatic re-enactments.
155.
Homecoming: Sometimes I Am Haunted By Memories of Red Dirt and Clay (2000) as Post-Production Facility
In 1920, there were nearly one million black farmers in America; in 1999, there were fewer than 18,000. Traveling to her cousin's farm in rural Georgia, filmmaker Charlene Gilbert investigates the social and political implications of African-American land loss in the South. Both a historical examina
156.
Jubilee Singers: Sacrifice and Glory (2000) as Film Processing
Documentary about the Jubilee Singers. In the chaotic decade following the Civil War, a group of young ex-slaves in Nashville, Tennessee, set out to save their bankrupt school by giving concerts. Traveling first through cities in the North, then on to venues across Europe, the Jubilee Singers introd
157.
Secrets of a Master Builder (2000) as On-Line Editing
Profile of James Buchanan Eads, a self-made man and one of America's greatest engineers, who led a life inextricably intertwined with the nation's most important waterway, the Mississippi River. He explored the river bottom in a diving bell of his own design; made a fortune salvaging wrecks; built t
158.
Lost in the Grand Canyon (1999) as High Definition Post-Production Services ("The American Experience"); Laboratory; Video Post-Production
In the summer of 1869, a one-armed Civil War veteran, John Wesley Powell, led an epic journey down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. It was the last important exploration within the continental United States. Powell went on to write a literary classic about his trip; explore the region fo
159.
Hoover Dam (1999) as Film Processing; Telecine
The Hoover Dam, rising more than 700 feet above the waters of the Colorado River, was called one of the greatest engineering works in history. Built during the Depression, men desperate for work struggled against the heat, dust and heights to build a colossus of concrete that brought electricity and
160.
Rescue at Sea (1999) as Laboratory
On January 14, 1909, two ships -- one carrying Italian immigrants to New York, the other American tourists to Europe -- collided in a dense fog off Nantucket Island. In a moment, more than 1500 lives became dependent on a new technology, wireless telegraph, and a 26-year-old wireless operator who se
161.
Mr. Miami Beach (1998) as Film Post-Production; Video Post-Production
A master promoter who produced elaborate spectacles to sell bicycles and cars, Carl Fisher had already made a fortune and built a motor speedway in his native Indianapolis when he was seized by a vision. On a narrow strip of swampland near Miami, Fisher created a tropical paradise of sand and palm t
162.
Strauss: The King of 3/4 Time (1996) as Laboratory Services
Renowned composer Johann Strauss and a lonely stable boy inspire each other to overcome obstacles. When Strauss befriends a stable boy who has taught himself to play the horn, he encourages the boy to confront his abusive father who doesn't approve of his son's musical pursuits, much like Strauss' o
163.
Spy in the Sky (1996) as Color; On-Line Editing
Documentary recounting the story of the U-2, the CIA's top-secret project whereby especially recruited pilots flew spy planes over the USSR deployed to uncover information about the Soviets' military capabilities during the 1950s.
164.
Rossini's Ghost (1996) as Laboratory Services
A young girl is transported back in time to Rome, 1816, in order to watch her grandmother dance in "The Barber of Seville," written by composer Gioacchino Rossini. The girl becomes the composer's guardian angel, helping him achieve success in what will prove to be a brillant career. Along the way, t
165.
Incredible Crash Dummies, The (1993) as Laboratory
An animated special featuring the adventures of four stunt crash dummies.
166.
Eek! The Cat Christmas Special (1993) as Laboratory Services
In this special, Eek and his friend Elmo, the Brown-Noser Reindeer, try to convince Santa's elves and reindeer to return to work and end their strike. Eek also puts aside his personal feelings for his enemy, Sharkey the Shardog, and helps him search for his missing relatives.
167.
Dinosaurs!, The (1992) as Film Lab
A documentary examining scientific knowledge concerning the nature of dinosaurs and the prehistoric world they inhabited.
168.
Made in America? (1992) as Film Processing And Transfer
A two-part special examining American industry, standard of living and future economic health.

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

169.
Scream Team, The (2002) as Film Processing
170.
Verdict in Blood (2002) as Lab, Video Transfer Re-Recording Studio
171.
Joan of Arc (1999)
Miniseries based on the life of Joan of Arc, an illiterate 15th century French peasant girl of 17, who donned a suit of armor and rode off to war to unite and save France from its English enemy. Claiming to be sent by God, she was burned at the stake, at the age of 19, for heresy.
172.
Steve Martini's Undue Influence (1996)
A defense attorney promises his dying wife that he will help her sister win a custody battle against her ex-husband, who is also a powerful politician. But when a murder takes place, and he tries to investigate it, he finds himself caught in a complex web of infidelities and homicide.
173.
Degree of Guilt (1995)
A network journalist calls upon her ex-lover to defend her when she is charged with murder. During the sensational trial, the attorney falls in love with his married associate. When her husband is murdered, the lawyer is charged with the crime.

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

174.
Ghost Cat (2003) as Lab; Video Transfer
175.
Pentagon Papers, The (2003) as Negative Processing
176.
Season on the Brink, A (2002) as Film Lab
177.
Cadet Kelly (2002) as Negative Processing; Telecine
178.
Jett Jackson -- The Movie (2001) as Post-Production Facility
179.
Big Heist, The (2001) as Post-Production Video
About the robbery of $8 million dollars from the Lufthansa Airlines' Terminal at Kennedy Airport in 1976.
180.
Road Rage (2001) as Telecine Dailies
181.
Alley Cats Strike! (2000) as Film Laboratory
182.
Color of Friendship, The (2000) as Film Laboratory
183.
Silver Wolf (1999) as Audio Post-Production
184.
185.
Tales From a Parallel Universe: Super Nova (1997) as Laboratory Services
186.
187.
Night of the Twisters (1996) as Laboratory
188.
Spirit Rider (1994) as Film Laboratory; Video Post
189.
Rugged Gold (1994) as Video Post
190.
Mark Twain & Me (1991) as Lab
191.
Looking For Miracles (1989) as Acknowledgment

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

192.
Salem Witch Trials (2003)
Four hour miniseries about the 1692 witch trials in Salem Village, Mass. that lead to the hanging of 19 convicted "witches" and the imprisonment of many others.
193.
Haven (2001)
True story of Ruth Gruber, a young, Jewish U.S. government official who, in 1944, helped escort almost 1,000 Holocaust survivors from war-torn Europe to a temporary haven in America. Follows Gruber's endeavor to gain acceptance for the frightened refugees from their journey to America aboard a liber
194.
Young Catherine (1991)
A miniseries based on the early life of Catherine the Great, the 18th-century Russian empress.

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

195.
Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000) as Film Services; Video Services
196.
To Catch a Killer (1992) as Film Processing And Video Post-Production

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