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Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

1.
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All (1989)
A television movie featuring Stacy Keach reprising the role of Mickey Spillane's hard-boiled private-eye, Mike Hammer. The detective is kidnapped, drugged, and parachuted into the Nevada desert outside Las Vegas where he becomes the prime suspect in the murder of the celebrity host of charity teleth
2.
Diamond Trap, The (1988)
Two New York City police detectives investigate the theft of $12 million in jewels from a local gallery, including the renowned White Hall diamond. However, their plan goes awry and they end up following the trail of the White Hall diamond to London.
3.
Addicted to His Love (1988)
A modern-day Casanova, Larry Hogan, makes a profession of romancing several women at the same time, assuming a different identity for each romance. He then uses their loneliness and vulnerability to swindle them to the maximum. When the fleeced women learn of each other's existence, four of his vict
4.
Police Story: The Freeway Killings (1987)
A sequel to the 1973-77 NBC series "Police Story." The film involves the personal and professional lives of a group of metropolitan police detectives in pursuit of a serial killer terrorizing a large city.
5.
Winner Never Quits, A (1986)
Sentimental dramatization of Pete Gray's story. Keith Carradine (with one arm tied behind his back) plays the one-armed baseball player of the 1940s who not only realized his dream of playing in the major leagues (he was with the St. Louis Browns briefly) but inspired a handicapped youngster. Dennis
6.
Kate's Secret (1986)
A movie about a bulimic housewife and mother whose life and marriage are coming apart as a result of her eating disorder.
7.
Intimate Encounters (1986)
A lonely wife and a workaholic husband must deal with a broken marriage when the wife's romantic fantasies become real sexual encounters with strangers. After a marriage of 15 years becomes stale and unromantic, and believing her husband to be more interested in his business than in her, Julie Atkin
8.
Blood Sport (1986)
Terrorists threaten the lives of Senator Stuart Grayle and his Eurasian wife. Veteran police officer T.J. Hooker and officers Stacey Sheridan and Jim Corrigan are assigned to accompany the couple to Hawaii where the senator, an outspoken foe of terrorism, is scheduled to appear. In Hawaii, Hooker le
9.
Return of Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (1986)
The child of a movie actress is a pawn in a child-selling ring that has its origins in Vietnam. A street mime attempts to kidnap the daughter of lovely actress, Joanna Lake, during a shoot on a New York street. Mike Hammer witnesses the event and prevents the crime, but becomes more deeply involved
10.
Stranded (1986)
Two business arch-rivals find themselves stranded together on a deserted South Pacific Island. In order to assure the account of an important comsmetics company, Stacy Tweed, the head of a successful advertising agency, flies to meet the owner of the client firm in the South Pacific. At the same t
11.
Other Lover, The (1985)
A happily married marketing director for a book publisher falls in love with one of the firm's authors.
12.
Deadly Messages (1985)
Would-be thriller involving a woman on the run from a vicious killer, her skeptical live-in lover, a spooky motel owner and an antique Ouija board conveying messages from the spirit world. Brad Fiedel's eerie music is as much a star of this one as any of the actors literally running around for about
13.
I DREAM OF JEANNIE: 15YRS LATER (1985)
In this television movie, Barbara Eden reprises her role of the magical, enchanting genie of "I Dream of Jeannie" who today, 15 years later, is trying to assert her independence and at the same time save her mortal marriage.
14.
Shadow Riders, The (1982)
In this Western from Louis L'Amour's library of sagebrush sagas, Tom Selleck and Sam Elliott, brothers on opposite sides in the Civil War, return home to find that their younger brother, Jeffrey Osterhage, their two sisters, and Elliott's sweetheart, Katharine Ross (his subsequent real-life wife), have been abducted by a ragtag band of renegades led by Geoffrey Lewis, a rebel officer unable to accept the Confederacy's defeat. Their plan is to exchange the prisoners for guns and ammunition from arms merchant Gene Evans so that they can continue to fight against the Union. Much of the same cast and crew worked previously on the two-part adaptation of L'Amour's "The Sacketts" (1979). One of the now-rare TV Westerns, it was cited for special recognition at the first TV-Movie Awards from the Locarno Film Festival in 1983.
15.
I, Desire (1982)
A young law student moonlighting as a coroner's aide becomes suspicious when a murder victim is found to have his body drained of blood, and soon begins piecing together a puzzle tying in a string of killings with an alluring hooker who might just be into vampirism.
16.
Money on the Side (1982)
To make ends meet, suburban housewives Karen Valentine, Jamie Lee Curtis and Linda Purl join a prostitution ring run by local realtor Susan Flannery and find themselves trapped with a vice syndicate.
17.
Fallen Angel (1981)
Controversial child pornography drama involving a 13-year-old runaway and a photographer who induces her to pose for dirty pictures. One of the highest rated TV movies of its time, it received an Emmy Award nomination as Outstanding Drama Special.
18.
Goldie and the Boxer (1979)
Light-hearted tale of a ten-year-old girl who, when her boxer father dies, strikes up a relationship with a struggling fighter who was his sparring partner and takes on the job of managing him from obscurity to the championship. The first project for star O.J. Simpson's own production company, it sp
19.
Billion Dollar Threat, The (1979)
A James Bondish superspy is assigned to thwart the devious plans of a master agent who is threatening to destroy the planet unless he is paid one billion dollars within forty-eight hours. This lighthearted thriller was the pilot for a proposed series.
20.
Salvage (1979)
A hotshot junkman decides to go to the moon with his two young companions in a homemade rocket to recover millions of dollars worth of discarded space equipment in this lighthearted pilot to the series which began the following week as "Salvage 1," with Griffith and his associates using the rocket f
21.
Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women (1978)
The life and times of the flamboyant showman who built his legendary Follies around beautiful women, as told by the women in his life. This film received seven Emmy Award nominations, and Gerald Perry Finnerman won for his photography, John De Cuir for his production design, and Richard C. Goddard f
22.
Fire In The Sky, A (1978)
A fiery comet is hurtling toward Phoenix, Arizona, and an astronomer's desperate warnings fall on deaf ears among city officials in this lengthy disaster tale highlighted by some striking special effects and miniature work. Publicity releases for this movie insisted that a record (for a TV film) 5,700 extras were used in the exodus sequences and that the miniature work was the most extensive ever created for television. Emmy Award nominations went to this film for Special Effects and Sound Editing.
23.
Don't Push, I'll Charge When I'm Ready (1977)
An old-fashioned service comedy -- the kind Bob Hope used to make in the 1940s -- telling of the misadventures of an Italian POW who is drafted into the American army during World War II. Made in 1969, it was produced and directed by Bob Hope's son-in-law, with Italian actor Enzo Cerusico, remembere
24.
Cover Girls (1977)
A road company "Charlie's Angels" that never made it to a series format, featuring here a pair of high fashion models who combine photo assignments around the world with work as espionage agents.
25.
Magnificent Magnet of Santa Mesa, The (1977)
A Disney-like comedy about a naive young scientist whose employers try to steal his invention -- an energy disk that can solve the world's energy crisis. Originally this film had been scheduled to premiere nearly three months earlier under the title "Adventures of Freddie."
26.
Banjo Hackett: Roamin' Free (1976)
An amiable Western about an itinerant horse trader who travels the frontier in 1880 with his orphaned nine-year-old nephew in quest of the boy's prize Arabian mare, stolen by a ruthless bounty hunter. Pilot to a prospective series.
27.
Perilous Voyage (1976)
An alcoholic banana republic revolutionary hijacks a ship carrying armaments and holds a group of passengers hostage. This one sat on the shelf for eight years following its production in 1968. At that time its title was "The Revolution of Antonio DeLeon."
28.
Sarah T. -- Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic (1975)
A drama about a fifteen-year-old girl (Linda Blair again in another of her inevitable put-upon-teenager roles) who is unable to cope with her problems and the lack of love at home and becomes an alcoholic.
29.
Big Ripoff, The (1975)
This was the pilot for Curtis' "McCoy" series (1975-76) with an elaborate "sting" which he concocts to recover $250,000 in ransom from the kidnappers of a millionaire's wife.
30.
Man on the Outside (1975)
A retired police captain storms angrily out of retirement when his son is shot down before his eyes and his grandson is kidnapped by a syndicate killer in this pilot for Lorne Greene's brief "Griff" series, which went off the air eighteen months "before" this film was aired. Series dates: Sept. 23,
31.
Guilty or Innocent: The Sam Sheppard Murder Case (1975)
A drama about the headline-making murder case involving Dr. Sam Sheppard, the Cleveland osteopathic surgeon who was convicted of the July 4, 1954 slaying of his wife Marilyn. The film relates the ten years he spent in prison and the famous re-trial of 1965 in which he was acquitted on grounds of ins
32.
Law, The (1974)
A sensational homicide trial is the focal point of this incisive examination of the inner working of a large city's legal system and was the Emmy Award-winner as the Outstanding Dramatic Special of the 1974-75 TV season. Director John Badham also was nominated.
33.
Elevator, The (1974)
A claustrophobic armed robber, fleeing from his latest job, finds himself trapped with a group of people between floors in a high-rise building.
34.
Savage (1973)
A TV journalist investigates the compromising photo of a Supreme Court nominee in this pilot for a prospective series for ex-"Mission: Impossible" stars Martin Landau and Barbara Bain. It marked director Steven Spielberg's farewell to the TV vineyards where he had started only four years earlier.
35.
Banacek: Detour to Nowhere (1972)
An urbane, Boston-based insurance investigator attempts to locate an armored car filled with gold bullion that vanished in the middle of a deserted Texas highway. This pilot film spawned the TV series with Peppard (1972-74).
36.
Very Missing Person, A (1972)
An ex-schoolmarm turns detective when police ask for her aid in finding a missing heiress in this pilot project to bring to TV the Hildegarde Withers character popularized in films in the 1930s by Edna May Oliver.
37.
Priest Killer, The (1971)
Wheelchair-bound Ironside and cop-turned-priest Sarge Swanson team up to solve a series of murders among the clergy in this second pilot to Kennedy's "Sarge" show which ran for several months in late 1971.
38.
Deadly Dream, The (1971)
A research scientist is driven to the brink by a recurring dream that he is marked for death by a mysterious tribunal, and soon he is unable to separate his dreams from reality -- and vice versa.
39.
Marriage: Year One (1971)
Cutesy love story about a fourth-year medical student who marries a free-thinking heiress and then insists that they live on his meager earnings.
40.
What's a Nice Girl Like You...? (1971)
A Bronx working girl is drawn into an elaborate extortion plot after being kidnapped by a gang of sophisticated con-men who force her to impersonate a wealthy socialite.
41.
See the Man Run (1971)
A bizarre tale of a struggling actor who casts himself as the middleman in a kidnap plot after being mistakenly called with a ransom demand, and decides to cut himself in for half of the payoff money. The film marked June Allyson's return to moviemaking after a twelve-year absence.
42.
One More Train to Rob (1971) as Costumes
In the 1880's, Harker and his gang steal $40,000 from a train in the gold-mining country of California. After the robbery, the gang splits up to hide out, but when they meet to divide the spoils, Harker is cornered, framed for the crime and is sent to jail. When he is released over two years later,
43.
Angel in My Pocket (1969) as Costumes
A minister and his family fight for acceptance when he moves to a new church.
44.
The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968) as Costumes
A dentist cleans up the West with the help of a reformed lady bandit.
45.
Jigsaw (1968) as Costumes
An amnesiac tries to recover his memory and begins to find out he was involved in a murder plot.
46.
The Perils of Pauline (1967) as Costumes
47.
Munster, Go Home! (1966) as Costumes
When the Munster family inherits a British Estate, they are met upon by some archcriminals who are using the place for a counterfeiting ring. The thugs try to chase them away.
48.
Torn Curtain (1966) as Costume Supervisor
A U.S. scientist pretends to defect to follow his mentor behind the Iron Curtain.
49.
The Brass Bottle (1964) as Wardrobe
Comedy about the proverbial genie who comes out of a bottle (a table lamp in this instance) to serve his new master. The only problem is that instead of helping his master, the genie (Burl Ives) tends to get his master (Tony Randall) into more predicaments than he gets him out of.
50.
The Hook (1963) as Men's ward
Three soldiers in Korea go through inner torment when they''re ordered to execute an enemy soldier.

Costume-Wardrobe (TV Mini-Series)

51.
Alice in Wonderland (1985)
A musical adaptation of the celebrated Lewis Carroll tales about Alice's fantasy adventures in a land of absurdity and enchantment.
52.
Gidget's Summer Reunion (1985) as Costumes
53.
Robert Kennedy and His Times (1985)
Brad Davis offered up his Robert Kennedy interpretation in this three-part, seven-hour dramatization of Arthur Schlesinger Jr.'s biography. Davis followed in the acting footsteps of other Robert Kennedys over the years, like Martin Sheen (who later played brother Jack) in "The Missiles of October,"
54.
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear (1984) as Costumes
55.
Beulah Land (1980)
This florid amalgam of a pair of novels by Lonnie Coleman about the Old South had ambitions to be the TV equivalent of "Gone With the Wind" in its telling of a young southern belle who becomes mistress of a magnificent plantation. Trouble-plagued throughout its production (the original director, Vir

Costume-Wardrobe (TV Mini-Series)

56.
Sadat (1983) as Costumes
57.
Malibu (1983)
A young couple from Milwaukee, William Atherton and Susan Dey, come to California, rent an over-priced house in the fabled Malibu beach community and become involved with the wealthy beautiful people who spend their time either soaking up the sun or partying. Kim Novak is the real estate agent; Chad
58.
Blue and the Gray, The (1982)
This sweeping Civil War saga that took eight hours to unfold (over three nights), adapted from historian Bruce Catton's book, has an all-star cast winding its way through fact and fiction, covering the period from 1859 to the Lincoln assassination. The two leads are Stacy Keach as the fictional Jona
59.
Goliath Awaits (1981) as Costumes
60.
Dream Merchants, The (1980) as Costumes
61.
From Here to Eternity (1979)
An expanded new version of the 1953 movie classic taken from James Jones' memorable first novel dealing with military life in Hawaii on the eve of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Burt Lancaster-Deborah Kerr-Montgomery Clift-Frank Sinatra-Donna Reed roles were here played by (respectively) William De
62.
To Kill a Cop (1978)
A police action drama dealing with a maverick chief of detectives with two cop killings and a rash of bank robberies on his hands who is forced to wage war against a back-stabbing police commissioner with political ambitions and a black revolutionary leader plotting a police massacre. Emmy Award nom

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