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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Crossroads (1986) as Art Direction
2.
Blind Justice (1986)
Mistaken identity drama has a happily married freelance photographer's life turned into a nightmare after he is arrested for armed robbery, kidnapping and rape and then living through hell for a year and a half, finally doubting his own innocence, until the real look-a-like perpetrator is nabbed. T
3.
First Steps (1985)
This is a based-on-fact chronicle, initially the subject of a "60 Minutes" report, about an Ohio bio-engineer and the pretty 23-year-old paraplegic who, through the doctor's pioneering efforts with computer electrodes, successfully walks the ten steps to get her college diploma at her graduation in
4.
Other Woman, The (1983)
After losing his wife of 28 years in a skiing accident, widower Hal Linden falls for and marries his daughter's sexy roommate but soon learns he has absolutely nothing in common with her. Anne Meara (who co-wrote the script) is a divorced grandmother who comes along to take his mind off of her and t
5.
Rascals and Robbers: The Secret Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn (1982)
This "brand new" Tom Sawyer/Huck Finn adventure, with apologies to Mark Twain, starred a pair of newcomers, Patrick Creadon and Anthony Michael Hall, as the Missouri lads who get involved with a gang of con-artists, take up with a ragtag circus, help a freed slave buy his sister's freedom, and see t
6.
Drop-out Father (1982)
Successful advertising executive decides to get out of the rat race but the family rebels at the new lifestyle he outlines. He and his youngest daughter leave the suburbs for a Manhattan loft apartment while the rest of the brood -- wife and three kids -- re-evaluate the situation. For his engaging
7.
Games Mother Never Taught You (1982)
Hard-working career wife, Loretta Swit, becomes the first female executive in an all-male office and is dismayed to find she now has to learn the rules of the corporate game. Sam Waterston is her understanding artist husband, Eileen Heckart (with just two scenes) is her mother, and unbilled Madlyn R
8.
Killing At Hell's Gate (1981)
A party of river rafters find their pleasure trip turning into a white water nightmare in this thinly disguised carbon of "Deliverance", the main difference being the inclusion of two women. "Hell and High Water" was the initial title of this film.
9.
Return of the Beverly Hillbillies (1981)
Jed Clampett and family returned to television after a decade in syndicated reruns to help solve the energy crisis in their own rustic ways. Buddy Ebsen, Nancy Culp and Donna Douglas reprised their roles as Jed Clampett, Jane Hathaway and Elly May Clampett. Imogene Coca came aboard as Granny's hundr
10.
Violation of Sarah McDavid, The (1981)
Idealistic young teacher, attacked in her classroom, decides to buck the system in an attempt to make schools safer, over the advice of her principal who, unwilling to rock the boat, tries to gloss over the hazardous conditions.
11.
Wild Wild West Revisited, The (1979)
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
12.
Crisis in Mid-Air (1979)
A drama involving an aging air traffic controller who is haunted by a recent mid-air collision for which an investigator is trying to hold him responsible.
13.
Thaddeus Rose and Eddie (1978)
The adventures of two good old boys from Texas, no-account buddies who are finally forced to face reality for themselves and for their girlfriends.
14.
First You Cry (1978)
A dramatization of the true story of NBC news correspondent Betty Rollin and her experience with a mastectomy that shook her emotions, her marriage and her outlook on life. Fredric March's widow, Florence Eldridge, made a rare acting appearance as Rollin's mother in one of the only jobs she has ever
15.
Nowhere to Run (1978)
A disgruntled husband devises a winning blackjack system as part of an elaborate scheme to leave his overbearing, unfaithful wife and start a new life, despite the fact that she has hired an inept, down-at-the-heels private detective to keep an eye on him.
16.
Daddy, I Don't Like It Like This (1978)
The unfulfilled dreams of his parents and the tensions created at home cause life to become a nightmare for a youngster who seeks release in a withdrawal to his own world. Actor Burt Young (an Oscar nominee for "Rocky") wrote the story with a starring role for himself, and Adell Aldrich, the daughte
17.
Like Mom, Like Me (1978)
The problems of a college professor and her teenage daughter facing a new life after being deserted by the husband/father are explored in this drama. Nancy Malone, an actress in the 1940s who found a new career as a TV executive, produced this film and plays a small role.
18.
Relentless (1977)
A taciturn Arizona state trooper pits his Indian skills against modern military combat tactics as he pursues a band of bank robbers who have pulled off a combat-style heist, killed his doting uncle, and taken a ranch woman hostage while withdrawing into the snowy mountains.
19.
Danger in Paradise (1977)
This was the pilot for the brief 1977-78 series "Big Hawaii," with an angry young man fighting his scheming stepmother for control of his ill father's huge island ranch-estate.
20.
Law of the Land (1976)
Originally called "The Deputies," this pilot movie for a prospective series (referred to as "The Rookies on Horseback") follows a frontier lawman and his young deputies in their frantic search for a psychopath with a vendetta against prostitutes.
21.
Disappearance Of Flight 412 (1974)
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.
22.
Cry Rape! (1973)
A candid drama that examines the effects of rape on both the victim and the accused as well as their families and acquaintances.
23.
Crime Club (1972)
A fraternity of public and private investigators looks into the suspicious death in an auto accident of the son of one of its members' long-time, wealthy ladyfriend. This was yet another pilot for a prospective series for Lloyd Bridges.
24.
Family Rico (1972)
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
25.
Visions... (1972)
A clairvoyant professor who alerts Denver police that someone is about to plant a bomb discovers that he is their prime suspect.
26.
Hail, Hero! (1969) as Art Director
A young, but clean-cut hippie confronts his family about his feelings regarding the Vietnam War.

Production Designer (feature film)

27.
Gunsmoke: To the Last Man (1992)
A television movie sequel based on the long-running series "Gunsmoke." Matt Dillon finds himself in the midst of the Pleasant Valley War of the 1880s in Arizona.
28.
Body of Evidence (1988)
A television movie about a wife who suspects her husband, a criminal pathologist, of being the serial killer he is supposed to be investigating.
29.
Gunsmoke: Return To Dodge City (1987)
James Arness and Amanda Blake repeat their roles as Marshal Matt Dillon and Kitty Russell, respectively, in this television movie sequel to the long-running series, "Gunsmoke." The new version takes place twelve years after the series ended, with Dillon living as a mountain trapper and Miss Kitty li
30.
Extreme Prejudice (1987) as Production Designer
Jack Benteen and Cash Bailey were childhood friends. Now Jack is a Texas Ranger and Cash is a ruthless drug lord who works out of Mexico. The two face off on opposite sides of the border, Jack determined to clean up the drug traffic, and Cash equally determined to preserve his lucrative business.
31.
Calamity Jane (1984)
An exploration of the myths surrounding the colorful western heroine and both the legendary Wild Bill Hickock, with whom she had an unorthodox courtship, and the flamboyant Buffalo Bill Cody, between the 1870's and the turn of the century. Although sharing a title, this film has nothing to do with t
32.
Illusions (1983)
Investigating the mysterious death of her husband while on a business trip in Europe, a young American fashion designer becomes entangled in international intrigue while retracing his route as a salesman and finding that he might not be the man she believed him to be for the years of their marriage.
33.
Something Evil (1972)
A horror tale about a young couple moving into a Bucks County, Pennsylvania farmhouse, unaware that it is occupied by an unseen presence that is trying to possess the wife.
34.
Mongo's Back in Town (1971)
This sadistic tale of a professional gunman who is hired by his brother, a syndicate kingpin, to rub out a gangland rival comes from a novel written by a convicted murderer serving time in the Minnesota State Prison.

Art Director (special)

35.
Help Wanted (1982) as Art Direction
Max Welsh, a thirteen-year-old, enjoys every minute of his active life. He is hard hit, however, by family pressures when his dad is laid off during a plant shutdown.

Production Designer (special)

36.
More Wild Wild West (1980) as Production Designer
Intrepid Old West U.S. intelligence agents James T. West and Artemus Gordon returned from TV's netherland for one final assignment in the guise of stars Robert Conrad and Ross Martin to do battle with a daffy megalomaniac, played by Jonathan Winters, with the dubious assistance of the arrogant head

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