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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Music (feature film)

1.
Mafia! (1998) as Music Supervisor
As the story of the Cortino family unfolds over nearly a century, young and innocent Vincenzo Cortino is driven from his home in Sicily and forced to swim to America. There he grows up to become the infamous patriarch of a powerful crime family. However, in his twilight years Vincenzo realizes the r
2.
Living out Loud (1998) as Production Music Supervisor
A film about New York state of mind which chronicles the life of Judith Nelson, a woman who has lived the life of a wealthy, Fifth Avenue doctor's wife. But after her husband abandons her for a younger woman, Judith is left to reconcile the silence of her plush Co-op--a silence filled with memories and frustrations. When her isolation is interrupted by a chance, fleeting romantic encounter, Judith sees the world through new eyes. Refreshed with the possibilities of a new life, she befriends her building elevator operator, Pat--a familiar yet nameless face--and she discovers he, too, has a life filled with loss and dreams beyond this invisible daily job. Together, they confide in and console each other.
3.
Fearless (1993) as Music Editor
Story about survivors of a plane crash who must deal with the loss of relatives and friends, and the fact that they survived.
4.
Object Of Beauty, The (1991) as Music Editor
A broke commodities trader in need of quick cash ponders the worth of his girlfriend's valuable sculpture, only to fall under suspicion when the piece vanishes.
5.
Scenes From a Mall (1991) as Supervising Music Editor
A comedy about a married couple -- he's a sports lawyer, she's a psychologist -- which takes place on their 16th wedding anniversary, when they make some startling confessions.
6.
Lethal Charm (1991)
An experienced Washington television news reporter encounters serious competition from an ambitious newcomer.
7.
Curly Sue (1991) as Supervising Music Editor
A precocious 9-year-old girl and her street-wise male guardian charm their way into the life of a wealthy woman attorney.
8.
Red Earth, White Earth (1989)
A young man defies his father and sides with local Native Americans in a land dispute.
9.
Black Moon Rising (1986) as Music Editor
10.
Knights Of The City (1985) as Music Editor
11.
When Dreams Come True (1985)
In her return to television after decamping "Laverne and Shirley" in the fall of 1982, Cindy Williams is a lonely woman caught up in an all-too-real nightmare, dreaming of being saved by a sensuous stranger from a stalking killer and awakening to find that her lover as well as her pursuer are real.
12.
Flesh and Blood (1985) as Music Editor
Promised to a nobleman's son, virginal Princess Agnes is carried off by a gang of mercenaries who had been betrayed by his father. She soon allies herself with their leader but her true allegiances remain suspect. Has she really given herself over to him? Or does she feel some kind of commitment to Burlinson, who she had met just before she was kidnapped? When Burlinson pursues the gang, is captured by them, and the bubonic plague starts raging, she's forced to make some choices.
13.
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.
14.
Take Your Best Shot (1982)
An actor struggling to keep his career alive and his marriage from unravelling is the plot outline of this romantic comedy from the team of Richard Levinson and William Link, a change of pace for the writing/producing pair whose usual stomping grounds are the TV mystery and the social drama.
15.
Red Flag: The Ultimate Game (1981)
Rivalry between jet pilots -- in the old Chester Morris-Richard Arlen "B-movie" mold -- is woven through this fictional account of Air Force war games over the Nevada desert, highlighted by some extraordinary aerial photography by Rexford Metz. Retired General Charles Yeager, the famed test pilot of
16.
California Gold Rush (1981)
Two Bret Harte adventures, "The Luck of Roaring Camp" and "The Outcasts of Poker Flat", are threaded together and related from Harte's point of view, with Robert Hays playing Harte as an aspiring young writer who goes west in the 1840's in search of adventure. Another in the "Classics Illustrated" s
17.
White Mama (1980)
Bette Davis was Emmy Award-nominated for her performance of a penniless widow who refuses to go on welfare and takes in a streetwise Black teenager as a foster child to earn money to survive. The script was written especially for her by first-time screenwriter Robert C.S. Downs.
18.
Pleasure Palace, The (1980)
Dashing Omar Sharif stars as a professional gambler, connoisseur, gourmet and sportsman who sets out to help Hope Lange, as a Las Vegas hotel-casino owner, from losing its controlling interest to a business syndicate but finds his reputation is on the line when he runs into a mystery lady (Victoria
19.
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
20.
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
21.
Jennifer: A Woman's Story (1979)
The widow of a wealthy shipbuilder tries to hold onto his business and becomes involved with boardroom intrigue in her bitter struggle to maintain control of the company. The British TV series "The Foundation" was the basis of this movie.
22.
Ishi: The Last of His Tribe (1978)
A touching dramatization of a short chapter of American history, tracing the life of the last Yahi Indian from his childhood to his death in 1917 and the story of his friendship with an anthropologist after his discovery in northern California in 1911. The late Dalton Trumbo died before finishing th
23.
Lovey: A Circle of Children, Part II (1978)
In this sequel to "A Circle of Children" (1977), Jane Alexander recreates her original role as a teacher of disturbed children who must make decisions regarding her own life and the progress of her students.
24.
Deadman's Curve (1978)
A movie biography based on the meteoric careers of Jan and Dean, the popular singing duo of the late 1950s and 1960s who immortalized the day's California surfing sound, and the auto accident in 1966 that ended their rise when Jan was nearly killed and was hospitalized, either comatose or severely c
25.
Nativity, The (1978)
This film offers a reverent retelling of the courtship of Mary and Joseph and the first Christmas. Filmed around Almeria, Spain.
26.
And I Alone Survived (1978)
A dramatization of the true story of a woman's ordeal following a plane crash in the Sierra Nevadas that killed her two companions in April 1976.
27.
Who'll Save Our Children? (1978)
A childless couple become foster parents to two young children who have been deserted by their irresponsible parents, but when they attempt to adopt them legally after falling in love with them and raising them, they are rebuffed by the natural parents, who sue to reclaim their offspring.
28.
Rescue From Gilligan's Island (1978)
The gang from the legendary "Gilligan's Island" series that ran from 1964-67 finds its way off the island after 14 years, being carried back to civilization by a giant tidal wave. The castaways (the six original members and Judith Baldwin, replacing Tina Louise) go their separate ways and try to co
29.
Happily Ever After (1978)
Suzanne Somers appears in her first TV starring role in this romantic comedy about an aspiring singer torn between making the most of her one chance at fame in Las Vegas or giving her heart to a love-struck mountain man.
30.
In This House of Brede (1975)
A sophisticated London widow renounces a successful business career -- and the man who loves her -- to become a cloistered Benedictine nun. Diana Rigg won an Emmy Award nomination for her performance in the lead role.
31.
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.

Sound (feature film)

32.
Happily Ever After (1978)
Suzanne Somers appears in her first TV starring role in this romantic comedy about an aspiring singer torn between making the most of her one chance at fame in Las Vegas or giving her heart to a love-struck mountain man.

Misc. Crew (special)

33.
45th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2003)
Live coverage of this annual event celebrating top honors in music features performances by John Mayer, Norah Jones, Avril Lavigne, Bruce Sprinsteen and the E Street Band, No Doubt, Eminem, Coldplay and Faith Hill.
34.
45th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2003) as Member (Recording Academy Television Committee)
Live coverage of this annual event celebrating top honors in music features performances by John Mayer, Norah Jones, Avril Lavigne, Bruce Sprinsteen and the E Street Band, No Doubt, Eminem, Coldplay and Faith Hill.

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