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Lukas Heller

Lukas Heller

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Also Known As: Died: November 2, 1988
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Birth Place: Germany Profession: Writer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Writer (feature film)

1.
Flight of the Phoenix, The (2004) as Source Material (From Original Screenplay)
A group of air crash survivors are stranded in the Mongolian desert with no chance of rescue. Facing a brutal environment, dwindling resources, and an attack by desert smugglers, they realize their only hope is doing the "impossible"--building a new plane from the wreckage.
2.
Monte Walsh (2003) as Teleplay
An aging cowboy realizes that the West is changing and fights to keep his piece of it alive. Facing the death of an era as the age of technology invades his old-school cowboy ways at the turn of the 20th century, Monte Walsh must change with the times or die defending his way of life.
3.
Blue City (1986) as Screenwriter
When the mayor's son Billy Turner returns to his hometown, he is arrested after getting into a bar fight. Billy assumes his father can free him, but learns that he has died. Billy suspects foul play and investigates the death upon his release.
4.
Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission (1985) as Characters As Source Material
A renegade U.S. Army major is pressured to once again lead a motley gang of GIs on a secret wartime mission -- a suicide assignment behind German lines to thwart an assassination plot against Hitler -- in this TV-movie sequel to the hit 1967 theatrical adventure film, with Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine and Richard Jaeckel repeating their original roles. This filmed-in-Great Britain movie technically marked Lee Marvin's first TV movie -- technically, since the first one he did, "The Killers" (with Ronald Reagan) in 1964, was at the time deemed too violent for TV and was released theatrically instead. It also marked his sixth time teaming on film with Ernest Borgnine.
5.
Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil (1985) as Screenwriter
In this study of the fortunes of a working-class German family between 1931 and 1945, two brothers (John Shea and Bill Nighy) find themselves on opposite sides of the Third Reich. The secondary characters, curiously, were of more interest, especially David Warner in the role of Reinhard Heydrich, wh
6.
Damnation Alley (1977) as Screenwriter
A small group of survivors at a military installation who survived World War 3 attempt to drive across the desolate wasteland to where they hope more survivors are living. Hopefully their specially built vehicles will protect them against the freakish weather mutated plant and animal life and other dangers along the way.
7.
Deadly Trackers, The (1973) as Screenwriter
A Texas sheriff wrecks revenge on a band of desperados who murdered his wife and child.
8.
Too Late the Hero (1970) as Screenwriter
During World War II, a British platoon goes behind enemy lines in the Pacific.
9.
Monte Walsh (1970) as Screenwriter
An aging cowboy faces changes in the West with the rise of civilization.
10.
The Killing of Sister George (1968) as Screenwriter
A radio star's outrageous behavior costs her her job and her lover.
11.
Never Back Losers (1967) as Screenwriter
Wally Sanders, a horseracing jockey, loses a race and crashes his car to claim an insurance. Jim Matthews, a shrewd and energetic insurance investgator, follows up the company's suspicion of foul play and stumbles deep into a web of corruption concering fixed horse races.
12.
The Dirty Dozen (1967) as Screenwriter
A renegade officer trains a group of misfits for a crucial mission behind enemy lines.
13.
Candidate for Murder (1966) as Screenwriter
14.
The Flight of the Phoenix (1965) as Screenwriter
The survivors of a desert plane crash fight to get back in the air.
15.
Agent 8 3/4 (1965) as Screenwriter
British Intelligence dupes an unemployed writer into thinking he's an industrial spy.
16.
Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) as Screenwriter
A wealthy southern spinster fights to keep her family's secrets hidden.
17.
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) as Screenwriter
A crazed, aging star torments her sister in a decaying Hollywood mansion.
18.
Sapphire (1959) as Additional Dialogue
In 1950s London racial hostility to Commonweath immigrants is openly paraded. A pregnant girl, initially assumed to be white, is murdered. As two detectives start to investigate, and discover her racial origins were much more mixed, public prejudices and those of the officers themselves are exposed.

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