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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Day the Loving Stopped, The (1981) as Director Of Photography
Divorce as seen through the eyes of a young girl on the eve of her own marriage and her teenage sister, both overwhelmed by the separation of their once-loving parents. Dominique Dunne, as the older of the two girls, played one of her last roles in this film (she subsequently was murdered).
2.
No Place to Hide (1981) as Director Of Photography
Kathleen Beller is a young art student who frantically tries to prove that she is being stalked by a mysterious man who has threatened her life, and finds her sanity questioned by her stepmother (Mariette Hartley), the family attorney (Arlen Dean Snyder), even a psychiatrist (Keir Dullea), in this s
3.
Terror Among Us (1981) as Director Of Photography
Police sergeant Don Meredith and parole officer Jennifer Salt endeavor to stop rapist-on-parole Ted Shackelford before he can follow through on his threats to five women. The cast, comprised completely of TV actors (as opposed to film stars), and the production company, as well as the theme and its
4.
Killjoy (1981) as Director Of Photography
Off-beat mystery entangling in a web of intrigue a womanizing surgeon (Stephen Macht), a pathologist (John Rubinstein), his scheming doctor mother (Nancy Marchand), the hospital board chairman's wealthy daughter (Kim Basinger), and a shady character (Robert Culp), following the murder of a model. Wi
5.
When Hell Was in Session (1979) as Director Of Photography
Harrowing dramatization of the story of Navy Commander Jeremiah Denton, who was shot down during a bombing mission over Vietnam in 1965, and his torture as a POW over the next seven years while organizing a resistance movement among his fellow prisoners. Surprisingly, Hal Holbrook was overlooked at
6.
Wild Wild West Revisited, The (1979) as Director Of Photography
The intrepid team of Old West government intelligence agents are brought out of retirement after ten years to hunt down a cunning new adversary, the son of their former arch enemy, who is suspected of cloning imposters to be substituted for the crowned heads of Europe and perhaps even the President
7.
Christmas Lilies Of The Field (1979) as Director Of Photography
This belated sequel to the memorable 1963 theatrical movie, also directed by Ralph Nelson, has jack-of-all-trades Homer Smith (Billy Dee Williams in the original Sidney Poitier role) visiting the chapel in the Arizona desert he helped build for five German nuns under the supervision of Mother Maria
8.
Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery (1978) as Director Of Photography
In this initial entry in a projected series on contemporary interpretations of the Ten Commandments, the wife of a paralytic becomes involved in an extramarital affair -- with his permission. The second film, "Thou Shalt Not Kill," made around the same time, was not aired until 1982.
9.
Suddenly, Love (1978) as Director Of Photography
Young lovers -- she a child of the ghetto, determined to escape her violent, alcoholic parents, and he a socially prominent attorney with a long-standing health problem -- try to defy every obstacle to their romance and eventual marriage.
10.
Someone's Watching Me ! (1978) as Director Of Photography
A suspense tale about a career gal who becomes the target of a terror campaign by an unknown man in a neighboring high rise and who takes matters into her own hands when she cannot get protection from the police. "High Rise" was the original title for this one.
11.
Mean Dog Blues (1978) as Director Of Photography
When his friend injures a little girl in a small southern town while driving drunk, country singer Paul agrees to state in court he had been driving. But his lawyer betrays him, and he ends up in a prison farm, sentenced to 5 years. Prison turns out as living hell, when Paul not only has to work hard in the heat of the day, but the sadistic foreman uses his prisoners to train his fighting dogs, who he loves more than anyone else. And there seems to be no chance of getting away...
12.
Intimate Strangers (1977) as Director Of Photography
A contemporary drama of a couple who find that their deep love for each other cannot overcome the emotions threatening to destroy their marriage, and she becomes a battered wife. Tyne Daly garnered an Emmy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress.
13.
Yesterday's Child (1977) as Director Of Photography
Seventeen-year-old girl turns up on the doorstep of a wealthy family claiming to be the daughter who was kidnapped fourteen years earlier.
14.
Panic In Echo Park (1977) as Director Of Photography
An undisciplined but dedicated black doctor spends his off-duty hours tracing the cause of an apparent epidemic afflicting tenants of a slum building in east Los Angeles with the help of local teenagers, and is accused by city officials of precipitating a panic. This pilot film never materialized in
15.
Death of Richie, The (1977) as Director Of Photography
A confused teenager turns to drugs, leading to erratic outbursts in school and violent quarrels with his straight-arrow father.
16.
Legend of Lizzie Borden, The (1975) as Director Of Photography
An ethereal retelling, stylishly produced, of the story of the New England spinster accused of the axe murders of her father and stepmother in the 1890s in the town of Fall River, Massachusetts. Emmy Award nominations went to Elizabeth Montgomery, art director Jack DeShields, set decorator Henry Gordon, editor John A. Martinelli, and costume designer Guy Verhille. DeShields and Gordon won.
17.
Barbary Coast, The (1975) as Director Of Photography
A government undercover agent and the dashing owner of a boomtown San Francisco casino team up to expose an elaborate extortion plot devised by a Confederate Army officer in this pilot for the short-lived (late 1975) series that bore a striking resemblance to the fondly-remembered "Wild, Wild West."
18.
Last Day, The (1975) as Director Of Photography
A trim A. C. Lyles Western (like the type he made in the 1960s with a stellar cast of veteran actors) that has the Dalton gang riding again, forcing a retired gunman to use his weapons once more to put and end to the Daltons' reign of terror in the climactic battle at Coffeyville, Kansas.
19.
Delancey Street: The Crisis Within (1975) as Director Of Photography
A drama based on the work of John Maher, founder of the Delancey Street Foundation, a self-help rehabilitation center dedicated to recycling ex-junkies, ex-convicts and others. This was an unsuccessful pilot for a proposed weekly series with Walter McGinn.
20.
All the Kind Strangers (1974) as Director Of Photography
A drama about seven strange orphans with vicious dogs who turn a remote farmhouse into a prison for unsuspecting travelers who will either become their parents or disappear permanently.
21.
Nightmare (1974) as Director Of Photography
A thriller involving a murder witness who, unable to convince police that the killer is in the apartment across the courtyard from his, realizes that he is the sniper's next target.
22.
Disappearance Of Flight 412 (1974) as Director Of Photography
After two jets mysteriously disappear while pursuing UFOs and the Air Force officially refuses to recognize the incident, flight commander Glenn Ford disobeys orders to learn what happened to his men.
23.
Night Strangler, The (1973) as Director Of Photography
A monster-chasing reporter finds himself searching Seattle for a killer whose grisly record seems to stretch back more than a century, making an appearance every twenty-one years. This sequel to "The Night Stalker" (1971) led to the near-cult "Kolchak" series (1974-75) that had Darren McGavin trying
24.
Shootout In A One Dog Town (1973) as Director Of Photography
This lean western with overtones of "High Noon" finds a small-town banker pitted against a vicious gang who will stop at nothing to steal the $200,000 in his vault.
25.
Hec Ramsey (1972) as Director Of Photography
An aging lawman in a small town in Oklahoma at the turn of the century finds himself out of step with the times and reluctantly accepts a job as a deputy to an inexperienced, college-educated cop in this light-hearted pilot for the series (1972-74) that was one of the rotating elements of the "NBC S
26.
Strangers In 7A, The (1972) as Director Of Photography
A building superintendent and his wife are held hostage in their apartment by a sadistic would-be bank robber and his spaced-out accomplices.
27.
Killer By Night (1972) as Director Of Photography
A doctor's battle to stem a diphtheria outbreak puts him in conflict with a police captain who is using all his manpower to track down a cop-killer. Many elements of this pilot film revive memories of Elia Kazan's stunning "Panic in the Streets" (1950). The original title until the eve of airing: "T
28.
Family Rico (1972) as Director Of Photography
A drama about underworld pressures on a crime syndicate chief, played by Gazzara, who is torn between his love for a younger brother who defects and his own loyalty to the organization. The 1957 theatrical version of the story, "The Brothers Rico," starred Richard Conte and Kathryn Grant, who had ju

Cinematography (special)

29.
Egan (1973) as Camera
The exploits of Eddie Egan, a former New York City police detective turned private investigator. The pilot follows his attempts to solve the syndicate murder of his ex-partner.

Cinematography (special)

30.
Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story (1980) as Director Of Photography
Clarence Carnes, an Indian from Oklahoma who as a teenager was the youngest convict ever incarcerated at Alcatraz following a gas station holdup/murder, is the central figure in this fictionalized, glorified B-movie account by screenwriter Ernest Tidyman of how Carnes spent decades hatching various
31.
Woman Called Moses, A (1978) as Director Of Photography
A dramatization of the life of the legendary slave who escaped to freedom and returned to the South many times to rescue others via her underground railroad.

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