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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Better Than Sex (2000)
3 days in a relationship that begins in a bar.
2.
Asian Connection: Road to Mandalay (1999)
To prevent his own death, a detective must try to solve the murders of an underworld kingpin's family.
3.
Boys, The (1998)
Brett Sprague returns to an uneasy homecoming, after a year served in prison, unvisited, on a deadly assault charge. He's a collapsed nova of a man, dangerously manipulative at close range, but too easily forgotten when he's taken out of his family's orbit. During the year's neglect he has been repr
4.
Ghoulies (1985)
A young man's obsession with controlling demonic forces threatens all around him.
5.
Dark Mirror (1984)
A psychotic murderer who has killed her lover, a wealthy attorney, sets out to frame her identical twin sister for the crime in this remake of the 1946 Robert Siodmak movie starring Olivia de Havilland and Lew Ayres. Jane Seymour plays both sisters, as de Havilland had done, and Stephen Collins (in
6.
Burning Rage (1984)
Country singer Barbara Mandrell made her dramatic TV debut here as a government geologist investigating fires in an abandoned mine in an Appalachin coal town which she finds to be under the thumb of "boss" Eddie Albert. "Coalfire" was the original title of the film, shot entirely in the Lake City ar
7.
Velvet (1984)
Pilot film to a prospective series, with four beautiful government agents posing as aerobics teachers for Velvet International, health spas used as a front for the Network Security Intelligence Agency. In the pilot, the four agents bravely attempt to rescue a kidnapped scientist who is being held fo
8.
Found Money (1983)
Two former bank employees -- executive Dick Van Dyke, forced into early retirement by a computer, and guard Sid Caesar, unceremoniously dismissed before his pension comes due -- concoct a computerized scheme to steal from the rich (i.e., the bank) and give to the poor with anonymous checks (money ac
9.
Shooting Stars (1983)
Billy Dee Williams and Parker Stevenson star in this prospective series pilot as a pair of TV detectives who are fired from their fictional series by their jealous co-star (Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.) and decide to open up shop as real private eyes to earn money between acting jobs.
10.
Cook and Peary: The Race To The Pole (1983)
Dramatization of the still-controversial journeys of world-famous explorers Dr. Frederick Cook and Lt. Robert E. Peary, each of whom claimed discovery of the North Pole after trekking through the Arctic wasteland together and separately in the first years of this century. Peary ultimately emerged as
11.
Hotel (1983)
A television movie pilot for an ABC series based on Arthur Hailey's novel "Hotel." Dramatic vignettes depict incidents in the lives of guests and staff of the St. Gregory Hotel in San Francisco.
12.
Kid From Nowhere, The (1982)
The Kid From Nowhere is a retarded youngster who becomes involved in the Special Olympics when coach Beau Bridges (also the film's director) convinces the boy's divorced mother (Susan Saint James), who has insulated her son from the world, that the physical training will give him renewed motivation.
13.
Friday the 13th, Part III (1982)
Jason, a hockey mask wearing, serial murderer wages a diabolical killing spree at a summer camp.
14.
I'm Dancing As Fast As I Can (1982)
A successful business woman battles her addiction to tranquilizers.
15.
Don't Go To Sleep (1982)
The daughter of a troubled family who was killed in an automobile accident returns from the grave to take each member back with her one by one. Dennis Weaver and Valerie Harper, as the parents, previously played a married couple in "The Day the Loving Stopped".
16.
Wild Women Of Chastity Gulch, The (1982)
A comedy western that teams up a Missouri mining town's barroom belles and their self-righteous sisters to fight off a ragtag band of renegade soldiers after their own men have marched off to war. Representing the shady ladies are Joan Collins as the town madame, Phyllis Davis and Morgan Brittany. T
17.
Prime Suspect (1982)
In a film somewhat akin to Paul Newman's "Absence of Malice," Mike Farrell is an upstanding, law-abiding citizen whose life is shattered by TV reporter Teri Garr's story linking him with the sex murder of a young girl from whom he was seen buying cookies, and his voluntary cooperation with the polic
18.
Not Just Another Affair (1982)
A lady marine biologist, determined to save herself until marriage, meets a handsome attorney who is not used to being rejected sexually, and it becomes a battle of wills as to who will emerge the winner in this romantic comedy.
19.
Sender, The (1982)
20.
Massarati and the Brain (1982)
A 12-year-old genius joins forces with his international soldier-of-fortune uncle and the latter's agent colleagues, a sexy spy and a very proper butler, to retrieve a treasure of artworks from a nefarious neo-Nazi leader, played by Christopher Lee. A pilot to a prospective series.
21.
300 Miles For Stephanie (1981)
Entertainer Tony Orlando made his dramatic acting debut in this dramatization of the true story of a San Antonio cop who, as an act of faith, vows to run more than 300 miles in five days, hoping his critically ill five-year-old daughter will survive to greet him at the finish.
22.
No Place to Hide (1981)
Kathleen Beller is a young art student who frantically tries to prove that she is being stalked by a mysterious man who has threatened her life, and finds her sanity questioned by her stepmother (Mariette Hartley), the family attorney (Arlen Dean Snyder), even a psychiatrist (Keir Dullea), in this s
23.
Fan, The (1981)
Stage and screen star Sally Ross is the object of the affection of a psychotic fan named Douglas Breen. Breen has been writing obsessive letters to the actress, and her secretary has been throwing them away. Feeling rejected, Breen begins stalking Sally, intent on getting rid of anyone who stands be
24.
Thin Ice (1981)
Another older woman-younger man romance, this one involving a widowed high school teacher and one of her students. The film was made on location in and around Charleston, South Carolina.
25.
Dressed To Kill (1980)
After wife and mother Kate Miller discusses her sexual frustrations with her psychiatrist, she goes to meet her husband at a museum. At the museum, she meets a strange man who she follows to a cab and then has sex with him at his apartment. After the affair, Kate is brutally murdered in the elevato
26.
Off Sides (Pigs Vs. Freaks) (1980)
A football field becomes the confrontation site between a small-town police department headed by its peace-loving chief (Roche) and a band of local hippies led by his son (Goodeve) who decide to settle their differences on the gridiron. Tony Randall is a bearded guru -- a successful insurance agent
27.
Seduction of Miss Leona, The (1980)
In this adaptation by Dan Wakefield of the novel "Bliss" by Elizabeth Gundy, Lynn Redgrave is an unmarried, reclusive college teacher torn between a married maintenance man named Bliss who has been repairing her house and for whom she has fallen, and her former professor and lover, played by Anthony
28.
Private Battle, A (1980)
A dramatization of the story of noted writer/journalist Cornelius Ryan, author of "The Longest Day" and "A Bridge Too Far," and the valiant battle against terminal cancer that led him to write about his ordeal, with the help of his loving wife while at the same time determined to complete "A Bridge
29.
Homeward Bound (1980)
The relationship among a divorced man, his incurably ill teenage son, and his long-estranged father is explored when the youngster joins his dad for one final summer vacation and they end up at the grandfather's vineyard where he reconciles the two older men.
30.
Stunt Seven (1979)
An intrepid team of stunt experts stage a daring air, sea and land rescue of a kidnapped movie star from the clutches of a suave, modern-day pirate who rules a sovereign fortress state in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico.
31.
Death Car on the Freeway (1979)
Model-turned-Charlie's Angel Shelley Hack is a determined TV reporter out to find a maniac who is methodically attacking lone women drivers on the Los Angeles Freeway by pushing them off the road with his powerful van. A number of familiar TV stars (including Dinah Shore, in her "dramatic" TV debut)
32.
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."
33.
Better Late Than Never (1979)
A feisty senior citizen (Harold Gould) who refuses to abide by the rules in a stodgy retirement home leads a revolt against the dour head of the house (Tyne Daly). Originally, this one was called "Never Too Young," and its title song was sung by an uncredited Fred Astaire. Then it was retitled "Darn
34.
Mayflower: The Pilgrim's Adventure (1979)
A recounting of the ordeals and conflicts faced by the Mayflower's crew and passengers, with Anthony Hopkins and Richard Crenna representing the opposing outlooks. Originally titled "The Voyage of the Mayflower," it covers much of the same ground as the 1952 theatrical movie, "Plymouth Adventure," w
35.
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.
36.
Fantasm (1977)
37.
Mikey and Nicky (1976)
Nicki is on the run from the mob, and he turns to old pal Mikey for help.
38.
Melvin Purvis, G-man (1976)
A breezy, fictional account of the dogged pursuit by cigar-chomping lawman Purvis of notorious public enemy Machine Gun Kelly throughout the Midwest in 1933. Writers Milius and Nolan portray Purvis as pure bravado swathed in a flamboyant fur-collared overcoat, and Kelly's gang as a collection of ine
39.
Stranger Within, The (1974)
A chiller about an expectant mother whose bizarre actions are controlled by her unborn baby.
40.
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.

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

41.
Kennedy (1983)
A three-part miniseries based on the life of President John F. Kennedy.
42.
Sybil (1976)
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

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

43.
Helter Skelter (1976)
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

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

44.
Jesse Owens Story, The (1984) as Color

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