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Producer (feature film)

1.
Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Heidi Fleiss, the madame whose call girls were rumored to service some of the most powerful men in the world.
2.
Charlton Heston: For All Seasons (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of actor Charlton Heston. Includes interviews with friends and family.

Producer (special)

3.
UFOs: Testing the Evidence (2002) as Executive Producer ((A&E)
As technology evolves, UFOs are observed at increasing rates. The program travels to the hot spots of the UFO sighting world, including San Luis Valley, Colorado, where hundreds of sightings have taken place, and southern Arizona, considered "UFO alley." The program also combs through the historical
4.
Ghost Ship of the Confederacy (2001) as Executive Producer (A&E)
The Alabama was the Confederacy's most feared ship. Considered ghost-like for its ability to slip into battle undetected and sink its prey, it was sunk by the U.S.S. Kearsage after claiming over 60 wins. Its captain and crew were rescued and spirited to England. Confederate documents and ship record
5.
Hugh Hefner: American Playboy Revisited (2001) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Hugh Hefner, publisher of one of the most controversial, groundbreaking magazines in America -- "Playboy." As "Playboy" and its founder head into the new millennium, Hefner looks back on nearly a half-century of unprecedented social change.
6.
Colin Powell: A Soldier's Campaign (2001) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell.
7.
Lost Dutchman Mine, The (2001) as Executive Producer (A&E)
The Lost Dutchman Mine, a legend of the Southwest, has never been found -- that is, if it exists at all. In the late 1860s, Jacob Waltz, a German immigrant, claimed to have struck gold in Arizona, but all who accompanied him to the mine mysteriously disappeared. On his deathbed, under which lay 48 p
8.
H. Norman Schwarzkopf: A Soldier's Story (2001) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of retired U.S. Army general H. Norman Schwarzkopf.
9.
Secret of the U-110, The (2001) as Executive Producer (History Channel)
Documentary about the most important submarine capture of World War II. British naval officers boarded a damaged German U-Boat where they discovered the key to the Nazi's codes -- Enigma. The program reveals how this little known event in the middle of the Atlantic had a profound effect on World War
10.
Dick Van Dyke: Put on a Happy Face (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Dick Van Dyke.
11.
Lowell Thomas: Man About the World (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of broadcaster and adventurer Lowell Thomas, the voice of newsreels and a nightly news broadcast that went on the air for 45 years.
12.
Harold Robbins: Fact, Fantasy and Fiction (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of author Harold Robbins.
13.
Pat Robertson: Preaching Politics (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Pat Robertson, the founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network and political leader of conservative Christians.
14.
Gerald Ford: Healing the Presidency (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of former President Gerald Ford. Even though he never sought the office, his performance came at a crucial time in the nation's history. After the scandal of the Nixon years, Ford's open style of government helped to restore the nation's trust in the presidency.
15.
Life on the Edge: West Bank Settlers (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary following two American Jewish families, the Bornsteins of Cleveland and the Nachmans of Baltimore, as they make wrenching decisions to move to Israel to stake their claim to the strife-torn region. Cameras follow family members to witness the tension, distrust, age-old rivalries, the arm
16.
Colonel Robert McCormick: Chicago Press Baron (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Colonel Robert McCormick, the publisher behind the early, controversial roots of the "Chicago Tribune" newspaper.
17.
Hunt For the Killer Flu (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that traces the legacy of the 1918 influenza outbreak that killed over 40 million people. The program also explores the efforts of the scientific community today as they try to prevent a reoccurrence.
18.
Hedda Hopper: Hollywood's Gossip Queen (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Hedda Hopper, a woman born Elda Furry who became one of the most influential and controversial icons of Hollywood gossip.
19.
Richard Widmark: Strength of Characters (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor/producer Richard Widmark.
20.
William S. Paley: The Eye of CBS (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of William S. Paley, the legendary chairman of CBS.
21.
Ernest Borgnine: Hollywood's Uncommon Character (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Ernest Borgnine.
22.
Crimefighters: The World Beat (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A look at the way police departments around the world do their work differently because of religious, political and cultural differences. Police departments in South Africa, Berlin and Rio de Janeiro deal with sting operations, raids, gun battles and ruthless criminals.
23.
Dick Powell: Thanks a Million (2000) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor/singer/director/producer Dick Powell.
24.
Human Tragedy: The Faces of Kosovo With Harry Smith (1999) as Senior Vice President Of Programming (A&E)
Documentary on the ethnic Albanian refugees who have fled their homes in Kosovo and are living in camps in Macedonia during the Serb/Kosovo conflict.
25.
Women in Prison (1999) as Production Executive (A&E)
A look at the growing number of women in American prisons.
26.
Celebrity Close Encounters (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A look at alien encounters involving American celebrities.
27.
Inside LAX (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A special that follows three days in the life of Los Angeles Airport through the experiences of the people who work there. In part one, a Customer Services Manager at American Airlines is the subject as she carries out her work. Part two follows three paramedics as they work through a 24 hour shift
28.
Murder in the Family (1999) as Executive Producer (Ae)
Examines the growing number of homicide victims murdered by members of their own families. Cases include the Freeman brothers, Jeffrey Howorth and Lizzie Borden.
29.
Business of Death, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that explores the world through the eyes of several students and instructors at the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science. The school believes in hands on experience. They have their own student funeral parlor, in which all students must work during their last trimester. The program
30.
Bringing UFO's Down to Earth (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Host Bill Kurtis travels to Mexico and Brazil to investigate UFO sightings. He interviews a Mexican journalist who believes the sightings are real, and talks with a skeptic who demonstrates how a hoax picture of a UFO can be easily made on a home computer.
31.
Guns in America: The Gun Effect (1999) as Executive Producer
A documentary that takes a look at the consequences of gun violence. The program visits Chicago's Cook County Hospital Trauma Unit and rides with members of the Illinois State Police Gang Crimes Unit.
32.
Don Ameche: Hollywood's Class Act (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Don Ameche.
33.
Mind Control Murder (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Probes the mysterious death of CIA scientist Frank Olson in 1953. Though a reported suicide, evidence suggests that Olson may have been murdered as part of a secret government drug-testing program and unwittingly ingested LSD that had been slipped into a drink. The program examines forensic evidence
34.
Dorothy Dandridge: Little Girl Lost (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography of Dorothy Dandridge, the first African-American dramatic female movie star.
35.
Organ Trade: Life and Death For Sale, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Follows the emerging organ market around the world. In the United States, people wait on lists for an organ, but in other countries, such as India, an organ can be bought. Big dollar profits can be made from the organ industry and some predict it could be the crime of the 21st century.
36.
Grace Kelly: Hollywood Princess (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Grace Kelly, the Hollywood actor who married the Prince of Monaco.
37.
Crime of Passion: The Pamela Smart Story (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
The program explores the dark side of passion by examining the case of Pamela Smart who seduced her lover, a 15-year-old, into killing her husband.
38.
Nicholas Brothers: Flying High, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
The story of the Nicholas Brothers, a dance team consisting of brothers Fayard and Harold. The Nicholas Brothers performed for seventy years on Broadway, on international tours and in numerous films. Recounts how the brothers overcame the racism that limited their Hollywood roles, as well as the pai
39.
Ron Howard: Hollywood's Favorite Son (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography of actor and director Ron Howard.
40.
Nazis' Secret Killing Squads, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that reveals the Einsatzgruppen, the mobile killing units that accompanied the German army as it invaded the Soviet Union in 1941. The Einsatzgruppen mission was to kill Jews, Communists, Gypsies and other "enemies" of the Third Reich. The story is told through the eyes of Ben Ferencz, t
41.
Rat Pack, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Four-hour documentary about the Rat Pack -- Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop.
42.
Angie Dickinson: Tinseltown's Classiest Broad (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Angie Dickinson.
43.
New Skinheads, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary tells the story of the growing number of racist, anti-Semitic killers in the United States and their dangerous alliances with the K.K.K., Aryan Nations and the White Aryan Resistance.
44.
Michael Landon (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography that chronicles the life of actor Michael Landon.
45.
Ann Landers: America's Confidante (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Eppie Lederer, also known as advice columnist Ann Landers.
46.
Mick Foley: Madman Unmasked (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of professional wrestler Mick "Madman" Foley.
47.
Lana Turner: Hollywood's Screen Siren (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Lana Turner, the glamorous movie star who arguable is known more for her scandals -- including affairs with Howard Hughes, Frank Sinatra and Tyrone Power, and the killing of her mobster/boyfriend Johnny Stompanato by Lana's daughter Cheryl.
48.
Nicolas Cage: Wild at Heart (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography about actor Nicolas Cage. Includes candid photos, clips and outtakes and interviews with friends, family and colleagues.
49.
Linda Darnell: Hollywood's Fallen Angel (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Linda Darnell.
50.
IRS Horror Stories (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that examines abuses of power by the IRS. Includes interviews with several IRS employees who describe how the agency has terrorized taxpayers and its own employees. The interviewees were also critical witnesses in a congressional investigation documenting the agency's abuses.
51.
Elizabeth Montgomery: A Touch of Magic (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Elizabeth Montgomery, who died of colon cancer in 1995.
52.
Spencer Tracy: Triumph and Turmoil (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Spencer Tracy.
53.
Robert Wagner: Hollywood's Prince Charming (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Chronicles the life of actor Robert Wagner. Includes family photographs, clips and trailers from his work, and interviews with family and friends.
54.
Tony Randall: Center Stage (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor and activist Tony Randall.
55.
Martha Raye: In Love and War (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of comedienne/actress Martha Raye.
56.
Leonard Nimoy (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor/director Leonard Nimoy.
57.
Copycat Crimes (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Explores the phenomena of crimes that copy behavior from popular movies.
58.
Cruelty Connection, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Explores the connection between those who are cruel to animals and those who become serial killers.
59.
Death Row Women (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Bill Kurtis takes viewers inside America's prisons for a rare look at mothers and grandmothers awaiting execution on death row.
60.
David Frost: One-on-One With Elton John: My Gift Is My Song (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Elton John speaks to Sir David Frost of his troubled childhood, his early musical influences, how he composes, his rocket to fame and his battle with substance abuse.
61.
Cop World (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that examines some of the most dangerous -- and deadliest -- police beats in the world. Follows police officers at work in various religious, economic, and political climates. Events depicted include undercover sting operations, tactical raids, gun battles, and face-to-face encounters wi
62.
Rock Hudson: Acting the Part (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of the late actor Rock Hudson.
63.
Date Rape Drug, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that tracks down the story of rohypnol and other similar drugs that are prescribed as sleeping pills, but when in the hands of a sex abuser, can put both women and men in danger. Fifteen minutes after being slipped into a drink, the drug renders the victim helpless and vulnerable to assa
64.
Shooting Stars: The Paparazzi (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A behind-the-scenes look at the world of the paparazzi, photographers who fight to gain access to stars, to supply photos to the public.
65.
Drowning in Lies: The Trial of Edward Post (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the events that spawned two trials and a plea bargain in the mysterious death of Julie Post. On the morning of June 4, 1986, Edward Post claims he drew a bath in a hotel room for his wife and then went out for his morning jog. Upon returning to the hotel, Post found his wife unconscious in
66.
George Jones: The King of Heartbreak (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of country singer George Jones.
67.
For Better or Worse: Same-Sex Marriages (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Bill Kurtis looks at the growing controversy over gay marriages. Gay couples tell their stories and those who feel same-sex marriages should be banned have their say.
68.
Gangsta Girls (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that examines the lives of four girls who are gang members in Los Angeles. Their stories take viewers into a world filled with abuse, drugs, crime and violence.
69.
Farrah Fawcett: America's Angel (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Farrah Fawcett.
70.
Everly Brothers, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography about Don and Phil Everly -- the musical duo known as the Everly Brothers. The program recounts their rise to fame, their breakup and their reunion upon being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
71.
Annie Oakley: Crack Shot in Petticoats (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of folk hero Annie Oakley (1860-1926), who gained fame as a star performer with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Highlights include Annie's shooting match with Frank Butler, the man who would become her husband; her adoption by Sitting Bull; her libel suit against William Randolph Hearst; and
72.
Nick Nolte (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Nick Nolte.
73.
Hayley Mills (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Hayley Mills.
74.
Guns in America: Gun Life (1999) as Executive Producer
A documentary that explores the genesis of the Second Amendment. The program also looks at hunting, one of the oldest customs around and one of the fundamental purposes of the gun, as well as the movement spurred by citizens empowering themselves through guns.
75.
Guns in America: Young Guns (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary that travels to Texas to find out through the experiences of children who have been shot how the "gun culture" has effected young people.
76.
Till Death Do Us Part: Barbara Stager Story (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that tells the story of Barbara Stager -- a woman convicted of murdering two husbands.
77.
Women Warriors: The Making of a Marine (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Thirty-six years after he went through the Marine Corps boot camp, Bill Kurtis returns to Parris Island to discover if women's basic training is really "separate but equal" with that of the men.
78.
Fight Like a Girl (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A behind-the-scenes look at the world of women's professional boxing. Follows two boxers, the undefeated Kathy "the wildcat" Collins and rising star Leah "the kitten" Mellinger, as they prepare for and wage a bout.
79.
Slobodan Milosevic: Serbian Strongman (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic. NATO goes to war to stop the President's ethnic cleansing of Kosovo.
80.
John Ford: An American Icon (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography of filmmaker John Ford.
81.
Payback For a Bully (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that looks at the 1993 murder of 20-year-old Bobby Kent by seven of his friends, including his best friend of thirteen years, Marty Puccio, and Bobby's ex-girlfriend. In their confessions to police, they all insisted that Bobby was killed because he was a ruthless bully.
82.
Samuel L. Jackson (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Samuel L. Jackson.
83.
Earth in the Hot Seat (1999) as Executive Producer
Host Bill Kurtis travels the world to bring together the latest evidence about climate change that may have serious consequences for every corner of the globe.
84.
Heinz: The Ketchup Kings (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Chronicles the story of the Heinz family. The father overcame bankruptcy to build an international business. The son guided the family company through the Great Depression. The grandson took the business public and brought it to new heights. Through three generations, the Heinz family gave to the ci
85.
J. Edgar Hoover: Personal and Confidential (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of J. Edgar Hoover, the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1924 until his death in 1972.
86.
Pat Nixon (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Chronicles the life of former First Lady Pat Nixon.
87.
Osmonds: Pure and Simple, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography of the Osmond family.
88.
John Steinbeck: An American Writer (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of the American writer John Steinbeck, author of "The Grapes of Wrath," "Of Mice and Men," "East of Eden" and "Cannery Row."
89.
Joan Crawford (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Joan Crawford.
90.
John Wayne Gacy: Monster in Disguise (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography that investigates the life of serial killer John Wayne Gacy.
91.
Jonesboro Schoolyard Ambush (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that examines the case of the schoolyard shooting in Jonesboro, Arkansas. It is the story of Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden who killed four classmates and a teacher and wounded nine other students and a teacher at Westside Middle School in Arkansas on March 24, 1998. At the time Mitc
92.
Inside Polygamy (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary about the closed world of polygamy. The founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, Joseph Smith, who had 33 wives, called on his followers to embrace polygamy, but in 1890 the church was obliged to renounce the practice as a condition of Utah's statehood.
93.
Jimmy Doolittle: King of the Sky (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of WWII pilot James Harold Doolittle.
94.
John McCain: American Maverick (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of war hero turned politician John McCain.
95.
Susan Sarandon: Rebel With a Cause (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography about Susan Sarandon. Includes photos, clips and outtakes and interviews with friends, family and colleagues.
96.
Teenage Suicide: The Silent Threat (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that focuses on the early warning signs of teenage suicide. Families share their stories of the pain they have endured as a result of teenage suicide.
97.
Sinatra Kidnapping, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the kidnapping of Frank Sinatra Jr. from Harrah's Casino in Lake Tahoe, Nevada on December 8, 1963. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, FBI director J. Edgar Hoover and Chicago mob boss Sam Giancana all phoned Sinatra Sr. to offer their help. Over the next 53 hours, Frank Sr. took a series
98.
Test Tube Dads (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Bill Kurtis explores the problems of men who became sperm donors and the secret fathers of thousands of children. Now the children are grown and want to meet their dads, but the fathers fear the financial and emotional consequences of being "discovered."
99.
Gene Tierney: A Shattered Portrait (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Gene Tierney.
100.
John F. Kennedy, Jr.: Child of a Dream (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of the late John F. Kennedy Jr. Includes news coverage and in-studio interviews.
101.
Intimate Deception (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Explores the crime of bigamy by focusing on three cases.
102.
Vigilante Dad (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documents the case of Ken Arrasmith, a father who shot and killed Ron and Luella Bingham after the couple was accused of raping his teenage daughter, Cynthia.
103.
Tim Conway: Just Clowning Around (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Chronicles the life of actor/comedian Tim Conway. Features clips and trailors from TV and films, rare photographs, and interviews with family, friends and colleagues.
104.
Dead Kid Walking (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A documentary that chronicles the last two weeks of the life of Sean Sellers -- the first person in 40 years to be executed for crimes commited at age 16. The program highlights the issues involved in the death penalty and juvenile justice.
105.
To Russia For Love: Mail Order Brides (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the phenomenon of mail order brides -- American men ordering foreign-born brides through catalogues and the internet.
106.
Teenagers Under the Gun (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Teenagers speak out about violence, high school, and their thoughts about what triggered the tragedy at Columbine High School.
107.
William Holden: An Untamed Spirit (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor William Holden.
108.
Who Killed the Candy Heiress?: The Helen Brach Story (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the 1977 disappearance of Helen Vorhees Brach, heiress to a candy fortune of over $20 million.
109.
Wildlife on the Edge (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that examines the toll that 20 years of civil war has taken on Uganda's wildlife. The program follows Uganda's wildlife veterinarians to the front lines to save what's left of Uganda's wildlife.
110.
Joe Bonanno: The Last Godfather (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of mafia chieftan Joe Bonnano.
111.
Judds, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of country music artists Naomi Judd and daughter Wynonna.
112.
Anti-Gay Hate Crimes (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that seeks to find out why anti-gay sentiment has reached a boiling point in America. It examines anti-gay hate crimes and anti-gay activist groups.
113.
Andre the Giant: Larger Than Life (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of the late wrestler Andre the Giant, born Andre Rene Roussimoff in Molien, France. At his prime he stood seven feet five inches and weighed four hundred pounds. He had been stricken with an endocrinological disorder that produces continual growth and shortens life span.
114.
Anthony Robbins: The Secret of His Success (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of motivational speaker Tony Robbins.
115.
Guns in America: The Gun Makers (1999) as Executive Producer
A documentary that explores how small arms have been intertwined with American history. It also examines the growing number of lawsuits against America's gun manufacturers and the proliferation of cheap firearms.
116.
Long Arm of the Russian Mob (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Tracks Russian gangsters and their crimes from the streets of Moscow to the United States and Isreal.
117.
George W. Bush (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of George W. Bush, son of former President Bush and the first governor ever to be elected to a second term in the history of Texas.
118.
It's Not My Fault: Strange Defenses (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Lawyer/author Alan Dershowitz leads viewers through three "strange defenses," commenting on their dangers, the reasons why they work and the harm they can cause.
119.
Teenage Murder Mystery, A (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary about the 1991 murder of Laurie Shaw. On the night of December 20, 1991, 16-year-old Laurie Shaw's mother found her lying in a pool of blood with a rope around her neck. Under the rope, a gaping wound spanned from ear to ear. Laurie's last words, "Michelle did it," led to the arrest of L
120.
Sister Against Sister: The Twin Murder Plot (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documents the case of the Han twins, twins with a mutually destructive relationship. On November 6, 1996 in Irvine, California, Sunny Han was in her bathroom when she heard her roommate, Helen Kim scream. Sunny quickly dialed 911. Moments later, a young man burst in on her, held a gun to her head an
121.
Bob Barker: Master of Ceremonies (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Bob Barker, the host of the longest running game show in television history, "The Price Is Right."
122.
Biography of the Millennium: 100 People... 1000 Years (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary special that tells the stories of the most fascinating and significant lives of the last 1000 years as chosen by more than 360 journalists, scholars and political leaders.
123.
Bloomingdales, The (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A documentary about the Bloomingdales, two brothers who opened a hoop-skirt business on the lower east side of Manhattan which evolved into the glamourous department store.
124.
Dr. Joyce Brothers (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of psychologist, television personality, and author, Dr. Joyce Brothers.
125.
Mark McGwire: Heavy Hitter/Sammy Sosa: Out of the Park (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A double-profile of baseball players/homerun hitters Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa.
126.
Duty, Honor... and Murder (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary about the murder of Adrianne Jones by David Graham and Diane Zamora, two young lovers from Texas who aspired to careers in the military.
127.
Dr. Laura Schlessinger: Tough Talker (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of radio talk show host Dr. Laura Schlessinger. Dr. Laura's no-nonsense philosophy of personal responsibility and self-motivation has won millions of fans and many critics.
128.
Ray Walston: No Antennae, Please (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Ray Walston.
129.
Boy Crazy: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary about Mary Kay Letourneau, a 34-year-old Seattle schoolteacher in love with a 13-year-old pupil. In May of 1998 she gave birth to the boy's child. She was also arrested and imprisoned for statutory rape. The story is told by those who have personal insights into the case including Mary K
130.
Bill Bradley: In the Game (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography about former basketball player and U.S. Senator Bill Bradley.
131.
Anthony Perkins: A Life in the Shadows (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Anthony Perkins, who died of AIDS in 1992.
132.
Kenny Rogers: A Gambler's Tale (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of country music artist Kenny Rogers.
133.
Nelson Rockefeller: Passionate Millionaire (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of politician, philanthropist, businessman and patron of the arts Nelson Rockefeller.
134.
Body of Evidence: The Tom Capano Trial (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the case of Thomas Capano, a powerful, wealthy and well-connected former prosecutor in Wilmington, Delaware, who, on March 16, 1999, was convicted of the murder of his ex-lover, Anne Marie Fahey, a thirty-year-old scheduling secretary for Delaware's governor.
135.
Raquel Welch (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Raquel Welch.
136.
Guns in America: Inside the NRA (1999) as Executive Producer
A documentary that takes a look at the National Rifle Association, an organization in combat for gun rights. The program also covers the history of guns in America.
137.
Ethel Merman: There's No Business Like Show Business (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of singer/actress Ethel Merman.
138.
Lesley Ann Warren: A Cinderella Story (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Lesley Ann Warren.
139.
Stolen Identities (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the complex underworld that is perpetrating the "fastest growing robbery crimes in America," stolen identities.
140.
Justice Denied: The Hurricane Carter Story (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary about boxer Hurricane Carter, whose career came to an end in 1966 when he was arrested and convicted along with acquaintance John Artis for a triple murder that both men denied committing. Their case would become one of the longest and most litigated in U.S. history. The defiant inmate a
141.
Katharine Hepburn: On Her Own Terms (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actress Katharine Hepburn.
142.
Kurt Russell: Hollywood's Heavy Hitter (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biography of actor Kurt Russell.
143.
Barbara Eden: Out of the Bottle (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Barbara Eden.
144.
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: Lord of the Ring (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of professional wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.
145.
Justice Denied: Wrong Place, Wrong Time (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that tells the story of Leah Bundy, who was convicted of drug possession and sentenced to 15 years to life in prison despite evidence that pointed to her innocence. Bundy's co-defendant in the case was represented by William Kunstler, whose defense was inept, paving the way for both defe
146.
Baby Beauty Queens (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A look at mothers and daughters on the beauty pageant circuit. Includes interviews with contestants, their parents and pageant directors.
147.
Lethal Injection: The Hospital Murders (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary about the case of Robert Diaz, a hospital worker accused of killing 12 patients by giving them an overdose of the common heart-regulating drug lidocaine. Diaz is on San Quentin's death row for his crimes, but maintains his innocence. New evidence may lead to a new trial.
148.
Ceausescu: The Unrepentant Tyrant (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Nicolae Ceausescu, Romania's Communist dictator for 24 years. He fell from being a respected leader to being a despised despot. For years, the nation lived under the fear of a secret police. However, in 1989, Ceausescu ordered the army to fire on the people and the army refused. Nicolae
149.
Mary Tyler Moore: All American Girl (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Mary Tyler Moore.
150.
Neil Simon: The People's Playwright (1999) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of playwright Neil Simon.
151.
Geraldo Rivera (1998) as Executive (A&E)
Profile of talk show host and broadcast journalist Geraldo Rivera.
152.
Annette Funicello (1998) as Programming Executive (Ae)
Biographical documentary on actress/singer Annette Funicello.
153.
Susan Hayward: The Brooklyn Bombshell (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Susan Hayward, born Edythe Marrener in 1917 in Brooklyn, NY.
154.
Tammy Wynette (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of the late country music star Tammy Wynette.
155.
Ernie Kovacs: Please Stand By (1998) as Executive Producer (Ae)
Profile of actor/comedian Ernie Kovacs.
156.
Steve Rubell: Lord of the Disco (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Steve Rubell, co-owner of the late 1970's nightclub Studio 54.
157.
Hollywood's New Generation: Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore & Cameron Diaz (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A profile of three of Hollywood's young stars: Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz.
158.
Johnny Cash: The Man in Black (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of country music star Johnny Cash.
159.
Ernest Hemingway: Wrestling With Life (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of author Ernest Hemingway.
160.
Rex Harrison (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Rex Harrison.
161.
Jesse "The Body" Ventura (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of former professional wrestler turned Governor of Minnesota, Jesse "The Body" Ventura.
162.
Firearms Freeway (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary explores why Americans own, sell and traffic in guns.
163.
Murder at Fort Devens (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary probes the unanswered questions surrounding the case of a young Fort Devens, Massachusetts soldier, Elaine Tyree, who was murdered in 1979. Her husband, Green Beret Bill Tyree, was convicted of hiring another soldier to kill Elaine. Both men got life in prison, but in the 1980s, document
164.
Della Reese: Outspoken Angel (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of singer/actress Della Reese.
165.
Angela Lansbury: A Balancing Act (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Angela Lansbury.
166.
Selena: Murder of a Star (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A look at the life of Mexican-American entertainer Selena Quintanilla-Perez and the events that led up to her murder.
167.
Walter Cronkite: Eyewitness to History (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of news broadcaster Walter Cronkite.
168.
Prince Philip: A Step Behind the Queen (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of England's Prince Philip.
169.
Peggy Fleming (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of figure skating champion Peggy Fleming.
170.
Peace, Love and Murder: The Ira Einhorn Story (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the case of American '60s guru Ira Einhorn, who allegedly brutally murdered his lover Holly Maddux in September 1977, and then jumped bail to become a fugitive for almost two decades. It wasn't until June 1997 that an international manhunt involving the FBI, CIA, INTERPOL and the French and
171.
Ann-Margret: Sugar and Spice (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Ann-Margret.
172.
Ozzie & Harriet: The Adventures of America's Favorite Family (1998) as Executive Producer (Ae)
The story of the Nelsons, the real family behind the idealized TV family of "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet," the longest-running family situation comedy in television history.
173.
Bill Gates: Sultan of Software (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates.
174.
Gene Hackman: Portrait of an Artist (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of actor Gene Hackman.
175.
Steven Spielberg: An Empire of Dreams (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of director Steven Spielberg.
176.
Montgomery Clift: The Hidden Star (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Montgomery Clift.
177.
Bob Hope: America's Entertainer (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary on the life of entertainer Bob Hope.
178.
Burt Reynolds (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Burt Reynolds.
179.
Denzel Washington (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Denzel Washington.
180.
Jonathan Winters: Without a Net (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of comedian Jonathan Winters.
181.
Hunting Bambi: The Laurie Bambenek Story (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the case of Lawrencia "Bambi" Bembenek, who did nine years of a life sentence for the murder of her husband's ex-wife before she escaped to Canada. She was captured after three months and extradited back to the United States after 18 months, where her attorney worked out a plea-bargain that
182.
Case of JonBenet: The Media Vs. The Ramseys, The (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A look into the investigation of who killed young JonBenet Ramsey.
183.
Transgender Revolution (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
An uncensored portrayal of America's transsexual community. Looks at the movement to combat what is known as gender oppression -- highlighting the nation's transsexual killings and a battle in Congress to include transsexuals in the Federal Hate Crimes Act. Interviews include the founder of the tran
184.
William Shatner (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor William Shatner.
185.
Diana: The True Story (1998) as Executive Producer (Ae)
Profile of the late Diana, Princess of Wales, which attempts to tell a complete, rounded and fair picture of her life and works.
186.
Jerry Springer: In the Center Ring (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of talk show host Jerry Springer.
187.
Cary Grant (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Cary Grant.
188.
Nat King Cole: Loved in Return (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of singer and musician Nat King Cole.
189.
New Face of Crime, The (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary special that examines the emergence of America's street gangs into organized criminal networks, infiltrating the military, the police and politics.
190.
Greta Garbo: The Mysterious Lady (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Greta Garbo.
191.
Gary Cooper: The Face of a Hero (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Gary Cooper.
192.
Anne Frank: The Missing Chapter (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary that reveals never-before-known facts about the diary of Anne Frank and some of its contents. Features information that points a finger at those responsible for exposing the Frank family's hiding place to the Nazis. Based on a 1998 biography by Melissa Muller, draws attention to five cen
193.
Don Imus: Mouthing Off (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of radio shock jock Don Imus.
194.
Road Warriors: The Biker Brotherhood (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary examining the world of outlaw motorcycle gangs. Since 1963, the South Bronx has been home to an outlaw motorcycle gang called the Ching-A-Lings. Originally from Puerto Rico, their numbers swelled to dozens of members until heroin in the 1970s, and gun violence in the '80s reduced their m
195.
Dinah Shore (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of singer/actress Dinah Shore.
196.
Mick Jagger: Rolling Stone (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary on the life of rock star Mick Jagger.
197.
Marriage & Murder (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A look at three cases of murder perpetrated by spouses.
198.
Doris Day: It's Magic (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of singer/actress Doris Day.
199.
Inside Scientology (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
An investigation into the conflict between Scientology and the media.
200.
Drugs at the Border (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the U.S. war on drugs, which has shifted from the drug lords of Colombia to the drug lords of Mexico.
201.
Elizabeth: The Reluctant Monarch (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Queen Elizabeth II of England. Features archival film and pictures going back to the earliest days of Elizabeth's life.
202.
Donna Reed: I'll Take the Moon (1998) as Executive Producer (Ae)
Profile of actress Donna Reed.
203.
Connie Francis: Sweetheart of Song (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of singer Connie Francis.
204.
Christina Onassis (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of Greek heiress Christina Onassis, who died at the age of 37, leaving her entire fortune to her daughter Athina.
205.
Civil Action, A (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines the eight-year-old court case brought by parents in Woburn, Massachusetts against the W.R. Grace Company and Beatrice Foods for contaminating the local water supply with toxic chemicals, causing leukemia in at least five children who died from the disease.
206.
Ed Asner: Lovable Grouch (1998) as Executive Producer (Cbs News Productions)
Profile of actor Edward Asner.
207.
Exterminators (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A look at exterminators who help control the roaches and rats of New York City.
208.
Deadly Transactions (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary special that shatters the myth that robbing a bank is a victimless crime.
209.
Evel Knievel: Hell on Wheels (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of daredevil Evel Knievel.
210.
Anne Frank: The Life of a Young Girl (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Anne Frank, the young author of The Diary of a Young Girl, who died of typhus at the Nazi death camp Bergen-Belsan in 1945.
211.
Ida Lupino: Through the Lens (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress, screenwriter, director and producer Ida Lupino.
212.
George C. Scott (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor George C. Scott.
213.
Hillside Stranglers, The (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documents the capture and trials of the Hillside Stranglers, Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, who terrorized Los Angeles in 1977 and 1978.
214.
Harrison Ford: The Reluctant Hero (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor Harrison Ford.
215.
Hank Williams: The Lonesome Heart of Country (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of country music star Hank Williams.
216.
Green Beret Murder Mystery, The (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A look at the case of the murders of Colette MacDonald and her two young children on February 17, 1970. Murdered in their home at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Colette's husband, Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald, a physician and member of the elite Green Berets, was also in the house and was beaten, knocked unco
217.
Helen Thomas: First Lady of the Press (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of journalist Helen Thomas.
218.
Halston: All-American Chic (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of fashion designer Halston, whose career skyrocketed through the 1970's when he dressed stars and socialites. Halston died on March 26, 1990 at the age of 57.
219.
Jerry Seinfeld: Master of His Domain (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of comedian Jerry Seinfeld.
220.
Merv Griffin: Master of the Game (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of singer, talk-show host, television producer and media mogul Merv Griffin.
221.
Barbara Mandrell: Country's Do-Right Woman (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of country music star Barbara Mandrell.
222.
Lloyd Bridges (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of the late actor Lloyd Bridges. Includes interviews with friends and family.
223.
Loretta Young (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Loretta Young.
224.
John Glenn: The All-American Astronaut (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Senator John Glenn, the first American to orbit earth.
225.
John Wayne: American Legend (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor John Wayne.
226.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: In a Class of Her Own (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Examines her life from her unhappy childhood to the death of JFK, to her days with Aristotle Onassis, and her later life as mother, book editor and grandmother, up to her death in 1994.
227.
Hustons: Hollywood's Maverick Dynasty, The (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profiles of actor Walter Huston, director John Huston and actor Anjelica Huston.
228.
Pamela Harriman: Passion and Power (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Pamela Harriman, the English girl who used ambition and feminine wiles to become a celebrated debutante, wartime hostess, international femme fatale, Broadway producer's wife, Washington power broker and ambassador.
229.
Calvin Klein: A Stylish Obsession (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of fashion designer Calvin Klein.
230.
Joan Rivers: Can She Talk! (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of talk show host and comedian Joan Rivers.
231.
Roddy McDowall: Hollywood's Best Friend (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of actor and photographer Roddy McDowall, who died of cancer on October 3, 1998.
232.
Regis Philbin: Made For TV (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of television personality Regis Philbin.
233.
Prime-Time Players: Calista Flockhart/Gillian Anderson/David Spade (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of television actors Calista Flockhart, Gillian Anderson and David Spade.
234.
Real Full Monty, The (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A look at The Centaurs, a group of male strippers from Swansea, Wales. Includes interviews with the strippers, wives, girlfriends and audience members.
235.
Charlie Chaplin: A Tramp's Life (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of legendary performer and filmmaker Charlie Chaplin.
236.
Cold Case Files 1 (1998) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examines "cold cases" - homicides and other crimes that go unsolved while innocent persons are wrongfully sentenced. With a combination of timing, persistence and high-tech police work such as DNA and enhanced fingerprinting technology, law enforcers are now able to catch some criminals who have sli
237.
Biography of the Year (1998) as Supervising Producer (A&E)
Profile of the one person who was regarded as the individual who most affected the world in 1998 -- President Bill Clinton.
238.
Sonja Henie: Fire on Ice (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of Norwegian figure skating star Sonja Henie, who went on to become a Hollywood movie star and pioneer live ice shows.
239.
Andy Griffith: Hollywood's Homespun Hero (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Andy Griffith.
240.
Stalking the Stalkers (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary examining the crime of stalking. Takes a behind-the-scenes look at Los Angeles' Stalking Squad. Los Angeles is the only city in the world with a police unit dedicated to tackling the problems with stalkers.
241.
Vincent Price: The Versatile Villain (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary on the life and career of actor Vincent Price, best known for horror film classics such as "House of Wax," "The Fly," and "The Pit and the Pendulum."
242.
Untying the Straitjacket (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Special takes an unprecedented look inside the nation's highest-security mental hospitals -- Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center in New York and Clifton Perkins Hospital in Maryland to see what happens to those who are found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity. Cameras travel through the wards
243.
Tom Hanks: Hollywood's Golden Boy (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Tom Hanks.
244.
Murder "In Cold Blood" (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary on the murder of the Clutter family of Holcomb, Kansas, on November 15, 1959, by Richard Hickock and Perry Smith, ex-convicts who had planned the murders in prison. Truman Capote transformed the murder into a nonfiction novel entitled "In Cold Blood," creating a new genre in literature a
245.
Blood Money: Switzerland's Nazi Gold (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary focuses on the emerging story of Jews, who deposited their family money into Swiss bank accounts during the Holocaust of World War II to protect it from the Nazis. Survivors are still trying to reclaim their wealth 50 years later. A major investigation has been launched to trace possible
246.
Alan Alda: More Than Mr. Nice Guy (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Alan Alda.
247.
Idi Amin: Monster in Disguise (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary on the life of Idi Amin, the dictator of Uganda, whose reign of corruption and terror lasted eight years during the 1970s.
248.
Truman Capote: The Tiny Terror (1997) as Executive Producer
Profile of author Truman Capote.
249.
Doris Duke: The Lonely Heiress (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of heiress to the American Tobacco Company fortune, Doris Duke.
250.
Sidney Poitier: The Defiant One (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Sidney Poitier.
251.
Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor and martial artist Bruce Lee.
252.
Gambinos: First Family of Crime, The (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary exploring the rise and fall of the Gambino crime family.
253.
Jimmy Stewart (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actor James Stewart.
254.
Sylvester Stallone (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Sylvester Stallone.
255.
Donald Trump: Master of the Deal (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of business tycoon Donald Trump.
256.
Meth's Deadly High (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary explores the recent proliferation of Meth labs across the country, particularly in California. As this highly addictive and dangerous drug is gaining in popularity, research indicates that it causes long-term changes in the brain.
257.
Julia Child: An Appetite For Life (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary on the life of Julia Child, who found international fame by introducing Americans to the joys of European cuisine.
258.
Barbara Stanwyck: Straight Down the Line (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actress Barbara Stanwyck.
259.
Katharine Graham: Pillar of the Post (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of Katharine Graham, the former publisher of "The Washington Post."
260.
Mahatma Gandhi: Pilgrim of Peace (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Mahatma Gandhi, the charismatic Indian leader, who inspired millions with his messages of truth, non-violence and non-cooperation with injustice.
261.
Audrey Hepburn: The Fairest Lady (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actress Audrey Hepburn.
262.
Secret White House Tapes, The (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary uses private White House recordings, many of which have been locked in the National Archive until now, to reveal how America's modern chief executives meet the challenges of their job. The special eavesdrops on presidents ranging from FDR to Reagan. Film, photos and recollections of insi
263.
UFOs vs. the Government (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Special examines four reported sightings of UFOs in England, Belgium, Canada and Southwestern Michigan. These sightings were considered by experts to supply some of the best evidence of possible extraterrestrial spacecraft. After the stories are told, disbelievers present their version of what witne
264.
Dr. Ruth Westheimer: Speaking of Sex (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of sex therapist, writer and broadcaster Dr. Ruth Westheimer.
265.
Wayne Newton: The King of Las Vegas (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of entertainer Wayne Newton.
266.
Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actress and singer Judy Garland. Includes over 40 original interviews, never-before-seen film footage, photographs of Garland throughout her career and her performances of more than 20 American standards.
267.
Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Henry Fonda.
268.
Tanya Tucker: Country Rebel (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of country music star Tanya Tucker.
269.
Quincy Jones: The Incomparable Q (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of record producer and musician Quincy Jones.
270.
Joan Collins: A Personal Dynasty (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Joan Collins.
271.
Inside Heaven's Gate (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary investigates why thirty-nine members of the Heaven's Gate cult committed suicide by lethal ingestion of drugs and alcohol, in a house in San Diego. Examines how the cult, a fusion of Christianity, New Age-ism and science fiction, was established over twenty years ago by two people who ca
272.
Jane Russell (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Jane Russell.
273.
Edward R Murrow: Voice of America (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary on the life of Edward R Murrow, the man who covered WWII on the radio and returned home to help re-invent journalism on television.
274.
Mia Farrow: A Life of Drama (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of actress Mia Farrow, from her privileged childhood as the daughter of movie star Maureen O'Sullivan and director John Farrow, to her scandalous relationship with actor/director Woody Allen.
275.
Kirk Douglas (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas.
276.
Sexpionage (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary focuses on the story of female civilians recruited by the KGB to entrap foreign diplomats, businessmen and military personnel with sex during throughout the Cold War. Eyewitness accounts are provided by former members of the KGB, former "swallows" (the name for these women) and U.S. Inte
277.
Secret Life of a Serial Killer (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary focuses on serial killer Herbert Baumeister, who led a secret life while his family was away, frequenting gay bars and committing murder.
278.
Sophia Loren: Actress Italian Style (1997) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actress Sophia Loren.
279.
Kathie Lee Gifford: Having It All (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of entertainer and talk show host Kathie Lee Gifford.
280.
Roseanne: Tabloids, Trash & Truth (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of comedian Roseanne.
281.
Hooked on a Dream: America's Lotteries (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary exploring the pros and cons of government-sponsored lotteries.
282.
Secrets of Sex: Kama Sutra (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary exploring the erotic text of the Kama Sutra, which was compiled by a Hindu high priest and includes explicit instructions for lovemaking.
283.
Carmen Miranda: The South American Way (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actress Carmen Miranda.
284.
Richard Pryor: Comic on the Edge (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of comedian Richard Pryor.
285.
Arnold Schwarzenegger: Flex Appeal (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
286.
Danny Thomas: Make Room For Danny (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of entertainer and founder of St. Jude hospital, Danny Thomas.
287.
Arthur Godfrey: Broadcasting's Forgotten Giant (1996) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of broadcaster Arthur Godfrey.
288.
Alice Faye: The Star Next Door (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of singer and actress Alice Faye.
289.
Tim Allen: Prince of Tools (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of comedian and actor Tim Allen.
290.
Behind Bars (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary exploring maximum security prisons in America, Hungary, Russia, Israel and China.
291.
Jeffrey Dahmer (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
292.
Zorro: Mark of the Z (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of fictional character Zorro, chronicling the creation of this mysterious hero in pulp fiction books to his many incarnations in movies, comic books and television.
293.
Death of Vince Foster, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary exploring Vincent Foster's death. Foster was a close associate of President Clinton whose untimely death in 1993 has raised many questions and conspiracy theories.
294.
Jack Benny: Now Cut That Out! (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of comedian, actor and TV/radio personality Jack Benny.
295.
Michael Douglas (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor, producer and director Michael Douglas.
296.
Audie Murphy: Great American Hero (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of America's most decorated World War II hero, Audie Murphy.
297.
Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actress Marilyn Monroe.
298.
Death Detectives: The L.A. County Coroner (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary provides a close-up look at a week in the activities of the L.A. County Coroner's office.
299.
David Brinkley: A Reporter's Life (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of the late journalist David Brinkley.
300.
Edward G. Robinson: Little Big Man (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Edward G. Robinson.
301.
Evita: The Woman Behind the Myth (1996) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of Eva Peron, the legendary First Lady of Argentina.
302.
On Parole: Prisoners of Freedom (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary exploring the work of the New York State Special Offenders Unit's parole officers as they conduct curfew visits, bust violators and shake down their parolees.
303.
Howard Stern: Radio Rebel (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of syndicated radio show host Howard Stern.
304.
Jim Carrey: The Joker's Wild (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Jim Carrey.
305.
Carol Burnett: Just to Have a Laugh (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of comedienne and actress Carol Burnett.
306.
Peter Lorre: The Master of Menace (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Peter Lorre.
307.
Jean Harlow: Platinum Bombshell (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actress Jean Harlow.
308.
Jerry Lewis: The Last American Clown (1996) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of comedian/actor Jerry Lewis.
309.
Dirty Secrets of Cromwell Street (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary revealing the inside story behind the serial killers Fred and Rosemary West, who murdered West's first wife, a daughter and ten other victims in England.
310.
Jamie Lee Curtis (1996) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actress Jamie Lee Curtis.
311.
Roy Rogers: American Legend (1995) as Programming Executive (A&E)
Profile of Roy Rogers -- singing cowboy, star of 91 films and over 100 television shows, and successful entrepreneur.
312.
Sammy Davis, Jr.: Mr. Entertaiment (1995) as Vice-President Documentary Programming (A&E)
Documentary profile of dancer/singer/actor Sammy Davis, Jr.
313.
Debbie Reynolds (1995) as Programming Executive (A&E)
Profile of the life and career of entertainer and actress Debbie Reynolds.
314.
Attila: The Scourge of God (1995) as Vice President Of Documentary Programming (A&E)
Documentary profile of Attila the Hun, a fifth-century warrior who helped unite the Hun kingdom by ruthlessly looting and pillaging across what is now Europe.
315.
Genghis Khan: Terror and Conquest (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of Genghis Khan, the Mongol conqueror of the late 12th and early 13th centuries.
316.
Betty Grable: Behind the Pin-Up (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of movie star Betty Grable -- from her rise to success in the 1940s to later family difficulties. Includes interviews with friends and biographers.
317.
Al Capone: Scarface (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of gangster Al Capone.
318.
Buster Keaton: Genius in Slapshoes (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of silent film star and comedy pioneer Buster Keaton.
319.
Mickey Rooney: Hollywood's Little Giant (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of actor Mickey Rooney -- his rise to stardom as a young screen actor, his various marriages and his return to fame on the stage. Includes interviews with Rooney, friends and biographers.
320.
Million Dollar Spy, The (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profiling Aldrich Ames, who sold American secrets to Russia at the height of the Cold War, resulting in the execution of 10 CIA agents. Includes interviews with Ames and those affected by his actions.
321.
Charles Schulz: A Charlie Brown Life (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of comic strip artist Charles M. Schulz, creator of "Peanuts."
322.
Naked News (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Four-part examination of the news media and its impact on American life. Included in each of the parts: an examination of the superstar anchor system, a profile of CNN and its founder Ted Turner, a look at talkshow hosts who dominate the airwaves and influence the political opinions of millions, and
323.
Paul Newman: Hollywood's Charming Rebel (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Biographical documentary of actor Paul Newman. Includes film and television clips, newsreels, behind-the-scenes materials, auto-racing shots and interviews.
324.
Dean Martin: Everybody Loves Somebody (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of the life and career of singer/entertainer/actor Dean Martin.
325.
ER: The Real Drama (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary looking inside one of America's busiest emergency rooms, at New York's Kings County (Brooklyn) Hospital. The program follows doctors and nurses on the overnight shift as they rush to save victims of crime and drug overdoses, and handle other life-or-death cases.
326.
Liberace: Mr. Showmanship (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Profile of the life and career of entertainer and television personality Liberace.
327.
Howdy Doody & Buffalo Bob (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of the stars and creators of "The Howdy Doody Show," the children's television series that entertained kids for thirteen years beginning in 1947. Includes clips and anecdotes.
328.
Loretta Lynn (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of country western star Loretta Lynn, tracing her rags-to-riches life. Includes interviews with peers and celebrity fans.
329.
Wife Beaters (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Examination of the often hidden crime of domestic violence.
330.
Walter Winchell: The Voice of America (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of Walter Winchell, the controversial gossip columnist and broadcaster who wielded great personal and political power from the 1930s through the 1950s.
331.
O.J. Simpson (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of football star, successful actor and accused murderer O.J. Simpson. Includes interviews and archival material.
332.
Sherlock Holmes: The Great Detective (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profile of the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. Includes footage of a rare 1928 interview with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of the Sherlock Holmes stories.
333.
Leona Helmsley (1995) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary profiling the life of real estate and hotel magnate Leona Helmsley who landed in jail at age 72 after a headline-grabbing tax evasion trial.
334.
Gene Roddenberry: Star Trek and Beyond (1994) as Vice President Documentary Programming
Profile of Gene Roddenberry and his creation of the "Star Trek" series -- through interviews with friends and colleagues.
335.
Donna Summer (1994) as Programming Executive (A&E)
Documentary profile of "The Queen of Disco," Donna Summer, born Adrian Donna Gaines. Includes interviews with family and friends.
336.
Jayne Mansfield: Love and Kisses (1994) as Vice President Of Documentary Programming (A&E)
Profile of Jayne Mansfield, Hollywood starlet of the 1950's. Includes interviews with her ex-husbands and co-stars.
337.
George Wallace: The Politics of Race (1994) as Vice President Documentary Programming (A&E)
Profile of four-time Alabama governor George Wallace -- who rose to national fame on a platform of racial segregation and states' rights, until he was paralyzed in 1972 by a would-be assassin's bullet.
338.
Steve Allen (1994) as Vice President Of Documentary Programming (A&E)
Profile of Steve Allen -- pioneer of late-night television, songwriter, actor, and author.
339.
Humphrey Bogart: Behind the Legend (1994) as Vice-President Documentary Programming (A&E)
Documentary examining the life and career of actor Humphrey Bogart.
340.
Bette Davis: If Looks Could Kill (1994) as Vice President Documentary Programming (A&E)
Profile of actress Bette Davis, through clips from her most memorable films and interviews with friends.
341.
Titanic (1994) as Executive In Charge (A&E)
Two-part documentary on the 1912 sinking of the passenger liner "Titanic" -- through photos, films, diaries, and interviews with survivors and experts -- and the aftermath of the disaster.
342.
Chappaquiddick (1994) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary examining Senator Edward Kennedy's involvement in the death of Mary Jo Kopechne on Chappaquiddick Island in 1969.
343.
Fireworks! With George Plimpton (1994) as Executive Producer
Special telling the story of fireworks, from their origins in China to the spectacular displays of today.
344.
W.C. Fields (1994) as Executive Producer
Profile of show business legend W.C. (William Claude) Fields -- through clips of his funniest performances and interviews with those who knew and worked with him.
345.
Gene Autry: The Singing Cowboy (1993) as Production Executive (A&E)
Documentary on the life of singing cowboy-actor-businessman Gene Autry.
346.
New York Law (1993) as Executive Producer
Behind-the-scenes documentary on how the justice system deals with the sheer volume of criminal cases each day in New York City, specifically the process of plea bargaining.
347.
Sins of the Fathers (1993) as Executive Producer (A&E)
An investigative report examining alleged widespread sexual abuse of children committed by some American Catholic priests and revealing the Church's usual strategem for dealing with this problem -- denial and avoidance.
348.
Trophy Kill: America's Poacher Wars (1993) as Executive Producer
Examination of the war between wildlife agents and poachers.
349.
Lifesense (1993) as Producer
A documentary about the still-evolving relationships between humans, animals and plants. Makes us of special effects and new film techniques to zoom in on human beings from a new perspective -- that of the animals that share the earth with us.
350.
Murder in Mississippi (1992) as Program Executive (A&E)
Documentary about the 1964 murder of three young civil rights workers in Mississippi.
351.
Living Room Campaign, The (1992) as Program Executive (A&E)
A documentary focusing on the 40-year history of American political advertising.
352.
Key to Watergate, The (1992) as Executive In Charge Of Production (A&E)
A documentary presenting new information on the 1972 Watergate break-in.
353.
Mafia in Italy, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Investigative Reports")
A documentary concerning the activities of the Mafia in Italy and the efforts of state officials to destroy the criminal organization.
354.
Healing Mind, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Investigative Reports")
A documentary concerning the relationship between emotion and health.
355.
Los Angeles: Anatomy of a Riot (1992) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A special about the April 1992 Los Angeles riots.
356.
Prisoners in the Hanoi Hilton (1992) as Executive Producer (A&E)
Documentary about the 1964 murder of three young civil rights workers in Mississippi.
357.
RFK Assassination, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Investigative Reports")
A documentary concerning the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy in June 5, 1968 on the evening of his victory in the California Democratic primary. Presents evidence and critical discrepancies showing that Sirhan Sirhan, convicted of the murder, may not really be the assassin.
358.
Who Killed JFK? On the Trail of the Conspiracies (1992) as Executive Producer (A&E)
A documentary examining the public controversy over President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
359.
Killing Culture, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Investigative Reports")
A documentary examining the origins of violence in American society, from the role of guns in the days of the American Revolution through today's street violence, and violence as portrayed in the media. Explores efforts to control violence, from education to prisons to gun control.
360.
Ronald Reagan (1991) as Program Executive (A&E)
A special chronicling the life of Ronald Reagan, from his early days as a sportscaster in Illinois, through his years in Hollywood, up to his administrations as governor of California and as president. Included are interviews with his daughter Maureen Reagan and authorized Reagan biographer Lou Cann

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