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Also Known As: Died: July 5, 1989
Born: July 5, 1947 Cause of Death: complications resulting from AIDS
Birth Place: Maryland, USA Profession: Costume-Wardrobe ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Visual Effects (feature film)

1.
The Late Show (1977) as Visual Coordinator
An aging private eye hooks up with a Hollywood eccentric to investigate his partner's murder.

Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

2.
Men Don't Leave (1990) as Costume Designer
A woman begins life anew after the death of her husband.
3.
Ponce De Leon And The Search For The Fountain Of Youth (1987) as Costume Designer
An episode of "Shelley Duvall's Tall Tales & Legends" about the famous Spanish explorer who searched for eternal youth but discovered Florida instead.
4.
Casey at the Bat (1986) as Costume Designer
A comic recreation of the famous poem about Casey Frank, a baseball player on the Mudville Hogs. In this version, Casey is aided by a magic potion to become baseball's first superstar, and his legendary strikeout uncovers an unscrupulous businessman's scheme to purchase the baseball stadium to conv
5.
Darlin' Clementine (1985) as Costume Designer
A tale set amidst the historic California gold rush of 1849, deals with Clementine, an awkward young lady who is the only female in town, making her fair game for romance among the local miners.
6.
Breathless (1983) as Costume Designer
7.
Heaven's Gate (1980) as Costumes
A Wyoming sheriff tries to protect immigrant farmers from ruthless ranchers.
8.
Quintet (1979) as Costumer
A nuclear holocaust has caused another ice age on Earth. A man named Essex and his pregnant wife are combing this desolate world looking his brother Francha and finally find him in a frozen city populated by survivors who spend their time playing a game called quintet. The mysterious game is similar
9.
Wedding, A (1978) as Costumes
The wedding day of Dino and Muffin is more chaotic than anyone could have predicted. As the bishop is stumbling through their wedding vows, Dino's grandmother dies in a bedroom upstairs. This news is kept a secret from the two families who spend the reception fighting with each other, looking for s
10.
Remember My Name (1978) as Costumes
Construction worker Neil Curry is living happily with his wife Barbara in the suburbs until one day during the holiday season when their house is vandalized by someone who apparently has been stalking them. The stalker is Emily, Neil's mentally disturbed ex-wife who has just been released from prison where she was serving time for murder. The break in is Emily's first attempt to get revenge for past grievances with Neil, who she also wants to win back.

Art Department (feature film)

11.
Campus Man (1987) as Set Decorator
When Todd Barrett needs more money to be able to stay in college, he comes up with what seems like a great idea - the first all male sports calendar. In order to finance his plan, Todd gets some cash from loan shark Cactus Jack. Todd produces the calendar and makes enough to pay for college...now all he needs is enough to pay back Cactus Jack.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

12.
3 Women (1977)
Shy, reclusive girl Pinky starts work at a solarium and becomes emotionally attached to her fellow worker, Millie. After an accident, the women seem to inexplicably swap personalities, and then return back to normal. A third woman, a local artist, prowls around on the periphery of the story.
13.
Welcome To L.A. (1976) as Visual Consultant
Keith Carradine, Sally Kellerman, Geraldine Chaplin, Harvey Keitel, Lauren Hutton, Viveca Lindfors, Sissy Spacek, Denver Pyle, John Considine, Allan Nicholls, Diahann Abbott. Contemporary relationships in Los Angeles, 'the city of the one night stands', are examined in this loosely structured social satire directed by Alan Rudolph (CHOOSE ME) and produced by Robert Altman. The impressive cast includes Keith Carradine as a cynical songwriter and Geraldine Chaplin as a hypochondriac who spends her days in taxis and answers phone calls in the hope that they're wrong numbers. The music score by Richard Baskin may affect your viewing pleasure.

Costume-Wardrobe (special)

14.
John Henry (1987) as Costume Designer
An adaptation of the legend of John Henry, the "steel drivin' man" of the 19th century American folksong which describes a railroad laborer who fights to prove a man is worth more than a machine. Broadcast as a segment of "Shelley Duvall's Tall Tales & Legends."
15.
Pecos Bill, King of the Cowboys (1986) as Costume Designer
According to legend (and this television adaptation), Pecos Bill was raised by coyotes and even thought he was a coyote until he met Bob, a Texas rodeo champion, who told him he was a man. Pecos's upbringing in the wild was perhaps the impetus that caused him to show all the mild-mannered Texans ho
16.
Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The (1986) as Costume Designer
Shelley Duvall's comic recreation of Washington Irving's chiller about Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman who rides through the countryside every Halloween. Ichabod Crane, a shy, skinny and scared schoolmaster, arrives in town and falls in love with Katrina, a local lass. However Brom Bones, th

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