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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Big Fat Liar (2002)
Who's afraid of the big bad Wolf? Not Jason Shepherd. This 14-year-old thinks on his feet and when he has to prove that sleazy Hollywood producer Marty Wolf stole his class paper and is turning it into the blockbuster movie "Big Fat Liar", he is ready for battle. Traveling to Los Angeles from his home in Michigan with his best friend Kaylee, Jason tries to break into show business--literally. The result? Through a series of pranks and ruses, Jason brings one of Hollywood's most powerful producers to his knees.
2.
Vanilla Sky (2001)
A young playboy is disfigured in a car accident. Ashamed, the man uses his money to reconstruct his face. Although the procedure appears to be successful, he begins to have nightmares that hint that all in his world is not as it seems.
3.
Sugar & Spice (2001)
Lincoln High's A-Cheerleading Squad is your typical group of mall-going, pizza-eating, boy-chasing 21st century American teenagers living on the edge of perfection. Sure, each member has her foibles. Diane, the captain of the squad who is madly in love with Lincoln High star quarterback Jack Bartlett, has nuclear-powered enthusiasm. Hannah is righteously born-again. Kansas, the rebel whose mother is doing time in the local prison, can't help but talk trashy. Lucy is a geek obsessed with going to Harvard. And Cleo has fantasies of stalking Conan O'Brien. High school is mostly heaven for these paragons of teenage bliss - until Jack and Diane find themselves in an unexpected adult situation, and in desperate need of extra cash. In order to help their friend Diane, the A-Squad goes where no cheerleader has gone before: taking on a little after-school project known as bank robbery. But like five Bonnies without a Clyde, the A-Squad does things their way - with a little sugar and a lot of spice.
4.
Isn't She Great (2000)
Before Jacqueline Susann published her best-selling novel "Valley of the Dolls," she was deteremined to find her place in the spotlight. When a friend told her that "talent wasn't everything" she embarked on a quest to find someone to promote her. She found Irving Mansfield, a manager and publicist
5.
Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999)
All her life Leigh Ann Watson has done the right thing. Her only ticket out of town is the one scholarship that goes to her school's top student. All she needs is an "A" in history. There's just one problem: Mrs. Tingle, the history teacher who for 20 years has terrorized the students of Grandsboro
6.
Buttoners (1998)
A series of six interlocking episodes that use comedy and irony to examine chance, coincidence, fate, atonement, and forgiveness. The first is set in Kokura, Japan in 1945, where the inhabitants remain unaware that until a last minute change of plans, they were to be the target of the atom bomb that
7.
Suzanne Farrell: Elusive Muse (1996)
She came to the New York City Ballet as a teenager from Ohio and captured the heart and soul of the great Mr. B, inspiring the seminal ballets of her era and setting off a fevered and bizarre star-crossed love triangle. As the greatest ballerina of her time looks back on her amazing career, she crea
8.
Crimson Tide (1995)
A submarine officer mutinies against his trigger-happy captain to prevent a world war.
9.
Forrest Gump (1994)
A mentally challenged man stumbles through formative events in U.S. history.
10.
On Deadly Ground (1994)
After threatening to expose a company for unsafe drilling practices, an oil worker is dumped and abandoned in the wilderness to die. But he is rescued by a tribe of natives who see him as their legendary figure, the Rainbow Warrior.
11.
Look Who's Talking Now (1993)
In this third installment we find James working as an airline pilot and Mollie without a job. The family dogs are the ones doing the talking here.
12.
Calendar Girl (1993)
A young US Army inductee persuades his two best friends, one college-bound and the other soon-to-be married, to accompany him to Hollywood in the hope of meeting Marilyn Monroe.
13.
Wrestling Ernest Hemingway (1993)
Two elderly, retired men become friends despite their dissimilarities. As they are invigorated and challenged by the time they spend together, they come to new insights about themselves and the women who occupy various roles in their lives.
14.
Dark Half, The (1993)
A bizarre series of murders begin when a writer tries to "kill off" his crime novel pseudonym.
15.
Wayne's World (1992)
Wayne and Garth's public access show goes national as Wayne falls in love with a budding rock musician.
16.
Unlawful Entry (1992)
A psychotic policeman terrorizes a young couple after their home is robbed.
17.
Rush (1991)
Two undercover cops infiltrating a drug ring end up getting caught up in the lifestyle.
18.
Shaking the Tree (1990)
Four seemingly improbable friends face a series of dilemmas, together and individually.
19.
Revenge (1990)
An ex-Navy officer goes to work for a powerful business man then falls for his younger wifel
20.
Book of Love (1990)
Comedy about growing up in the 1950s, as seen through the eyes of a high school student.
21.
Scrooged (1988)
A contemporary comedy based on Charles Dickens' novel "A Christmas Carol," focusing on a television executive who decides to exploit the holidays in order to boost ratings.
22.
Journey, The (1988)
This pioneering attempt at a fully international cinema, consists of Watkins's extended conversations with families and nongovernmental organizations about the arms race and its relationship to world hunger, gender politics, and the functioning of the mass media; gripping personal recollections of s
23.
Heartbreak Hotel (1988)
A boy kidnaps Elvis Presley and brings him home to his mother.
24.
Ground Zero (1988)
An Australian cameraman discovers that his father's death is due to British nuclear testing in the 1950's.
25.
Fatal Judgment (1988)
Based on the novel "Fatal Dosage," which tells the true story of a Boston nurse who was accused of giving a fatal dose of morphine to a terminally ill patient.
26.
Fantasy Film World Of George Pal (1986)
Film is a tribute to the animation world of George Pal.
27.
Protocol (1984)
A woman lands a menial government job in Washington, but soon finds herself embroiled in some major dealing with Middle-Eastern leaders.
28.
Atomic Cafe, The (1982)
A compilation of films showing the US Government using "educational" propoganda to get Americans of the 1950's learn to stop worrying and love the bomb.
29.
This Is Elvis (1981)
The life and career of Elvis Presley are chronicled. Presley is seen in home movies, concert footage, and some of the events in his life are dramatized by actors. Subjects that are highlighted include his early performances, his time in the army, his appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show which was cont
30.
Can You Hear the Laughter?: The Story of Freddie Prinze (1979)
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
31.
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
A small-time criminal fakes insanity in hopes of doing easy time in a mental hospital.

Production Companies (special)

32.
Question of Fairness: Reported by Tom Brokaw, A (2003) as Production Company
A look at discrimination in America, highlighting Affirmative Action and even more specifically, the role it has played with college admission and the case against the University of Michigan.

Misc. Crew (special)

33.
Stars' First Time . . . On Entertainment Tonight With Mary Hart, The (2003) as Still Photos Provided By
Celebrities look back and talk about the first time they appeared on "Entertainment Tonight" with Mary Hart.
34.
Well, Shut Ma' Mouth! The Powerful History of Black Humor (2002) as Photography (Washington Dc)
Documentary on black humor, featuring archival footage from films and television, as well as interviews with comedy celebrities.
35.
Story Behind: Caddyshack, The (2001) as Additional Tape And Pictures
Interviews with Bill Murray, Chevy Chase and director Harold Ramis about the making of the 1980 theatrical film "Caddyshack."
36.
Smoke in the Eye (1996) as Additional Footage
Documentary investigating the war between network news and the tobacco industry in the wake of the $10 billion libel suit against ABC and the controversial decision by CBS not to allow "60 Minutes" to air an explosive interview with a tobacco company whistle-blower.
37.
23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1996) as Footage
Live presentation of the 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
38.
Television's Greatest Performances II (1996) as Clips
Special featuring clips from memorable moments in television history. Highlights include Dan Jansen's olympic victory, The Judd's farewell concert, Robin William's performance at the Metropolitan Opera House, the final episode of "MASH" and a tribute to Gilda Radner on "Saturday Night Live."
39.
11th Annual Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Hall of Fame, The (1996) as Clips And Stills
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.
40.
Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony (1996) as Film Clips
Special celebrating the 50th anniversary of "Ebony" magazine.
41.
31st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (1996) as Clips
Live presentation of the 31st annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
42.
Savage Skies (1996) as Thanks
Four-part documentary examining the power and beauty of the world's most severe weather.
43.
1996 NCLR Bravo Awards, The (1996) as Clips
Presentation of the NCLR Bravo Awards, which celebrates Latin music and culture and honors individuals who are responsible for the creation and positive portrayal of Latinos in American film and television.
44.
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.
45.
Fall of Saigon, The (1995) as Film Archive Source
Documentary chronicling the last days preceding the final evacuation of Saigon by Americans and their South Vietnamese allies in April 1975.
46.
Victory Over Violence (1994) as Archival Footage
A four-part documentary about how average citizens have fought the war against violent crime in America.
47.
Barbara Walters Special: Happy Hour, The (1994) as Footage ("Saturday Night Live")
Combination of past interviews and never-before-seen footage of Barbara Walters interviewing comedians Roseanne Arnold, Jerry Seinfeld, Tim Allen, Jay Leno, Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg, Robin Williams, David Letterman, and Eddie Murphy, among others.
48.
Sinatra Duets (1994) as Video Clips
Retrospective special featuring archival performance footage, interviews, and behind-the-scenes segments with Frank Sinatra and artists who performed on his albums "Frank Sinatra Duets" and "Frank Sinatra Duets II."
49.
Second Annual Comedy Hall of Fame, The (1994) as Video Clips
A special honoring legendary performers for their lifetime achievements in comedy. Included are tributes to Sid Caesar, George Carlin, Bob Hope, Shirley MacLaine, Mary Tyler Moore, and Richard Pryor.
50.
Before They Were Stars (1994) as Clip
A special looking back at some current celebrities in their earliest performances. Clips include Michelle Pfeiffer, Delta Burke and Diane Sawyer as beauty queens; game-show contestants Tom Selleck, Kirstie Alley and Vanna White; and soap stars Demi Moore, Shelley Long and Luke Perry.
51.
Outcry L.A.: Riots, Trials, Recovery (1993) as Additional Footage
A special about the April 1992 Los Angeles riots.
52.
At the River I Stand (1993) as Archival Film Footage
A documentary examining the 1968 sanitation workers strike which brought Martin Luther King, Jr., to Memphis at a pivotal point in the civil rights movement. April 4, 1993 marks the 25th anniversary of the assassination of King in Memphis.
53.
28th Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1993) as Special Visual Material
A live awards special honoring the stars of country music.
54.
Madonna: Exposed (1993) as Additional Footage
Examination of singer/actress Madonna's life. Broadcast live from the Palladium night club in New York City.
55.
20th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1993) as Clips Provider
Broadcast of the 20th annual daytime Emmy Awards.
56.
Road to Hollywood, The (1993) as Clips And Stills Provider ("Saturday Night Live")
A special tracing the careers of Eddie Murphy, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone. Utilizes film and television clips and interviews.
57.
Essence Awards, The (1993) as News And Archive Footage
A presentation of the Essence Awards, saluting outstanding African-American women.
58.
Best of Barbara Walters: Legend -- The New Generation, The (1992) as Video Clip ("The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson")
A special hosted by Barbara Walters, featuring interviews from her previous specials. Included are interviews with John Wayne, Lucille Ball, Johnny Carson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Roseanne Arnold, and Jay Leno.
59.
1992 Grammy Awards (1992) as Footage
Live coverage of the 34th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry.
60.
Wattenberg: Trends in the Nineties -- The First Universal Nation (1992) as Archival Footage
A documentary examining the recent surge in immigration to the United States, creating a new world culture.
61.
Elvis: The Great Performances (1992) as Footage
An entertainment documentary showcasing the greatest songs of Elvis' career as captured in film, television and in concert. Includes guest appearances by friends and colleagues.
62.
Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio (1992) as Archival Material
A documentary focusing on radio pioneers Lee DeForest, Edwin Howard Armstrong and David Sarnoff.
63.
Hammer From the Heart (1992) as Clips ("Saturaday Night Live")
A special starring MC Hammer previewing his world tour "Too Legit." Included is a premiere of his video "This Is the Way We Roll."
64.
Creative Arts Emmy Awards, The (1991) as Television Clips
Presentation of the creative arts portion of the 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
65.
Helen Hayes: First Lady of the American Theatre (1991) as Film Clips
A documentary on the life and career of actress Helen Hayes. Friends and associates are interviewed and film clips of some of her performances are shown. Also includes an interview with Hayes. Airing as part of the PBS series, "American Masters."
66.
18th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1991) as Clip Footage
A telecast of the eighteenth annual Emmy Awards for excellence in daytime television programming.
67.
Tube Test Two (1991) as Film Footage
An interactive special designed to test viewer knowledge of the television medium in such categories as unbelievable things; cops, spies and private eyes; TV milestones.
68.
1991 Emmy Awards (1991) as Film Clips; Stills
A presentation of the forty-third annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
69.
Tribute to Harry Chapin, A (1991) as Production Credit ("Tangled Up Puppet" Performance)
A musical tribute to the life and works of singer and humanitarian Harry Chapin.
70.
Michael Landon: Memories With Laughter and Love (1991) as Film Clips
A special focusing on the life and career of actor/director/producer Michael Landon.
71.
Ray Charles: 50 Years in Music, Uh-Huh! (1991) as Clips
A special commemorating singer Ray Charles's 50th year in the music industry. Taped at a benefit event for the Starlight and Starbright Pavilion Foundations.
72.
Bob Fosse: Steam Heat (1990) as Materials Provider
A documentary profile of director/choreographer Bob Fosse. Includes clips from his films and television specials as well as interviews with Fosse, remembrances from his friends, and commentary by Gwen Verdon. A "Dance in America" presentation, broadcast as part of "Great Performances."
73.
4th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1990) as Television Extract
Broadcast of the Fourth Annual American Comedy Awards honoring top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment.
74.
Tube Test, The (1990) as Film Footage
An interactive special designed to test viewer's knowledge of the television medium in such categories as TV taboos, TV families, prime-time passions, signatures, law and order, musical themes, and opening acts.
75.
42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation (1990) as Clips And Photos
Live telecast of the forty-second annual prime time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
76.
The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz: 50 Years Of Magic (1990) as Archival Footage And Stills
The story of how MGM created one of the most beloved family films of all time.
77.
Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson, The (1990) as Clip
A special honoring the late Jim Henson, featuring a behind-the-scenes look at his work and vintage clips of the Muppets from the last 35 years.

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