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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
WOMEN vs. MEN (2002) as Production Company
Seeking the excitement that was once part of their married lives, Bruce and Michael slip out one night to a gentleman's club. When their wives, Dana and Brit, discover this boys-night-out activity, the husbands are booted from their homes. In the men's ensuing efforts to get back into their wives' g
2.
Carrie (2002) as Production Company
Remake of the 1976 theatrical film about a teenage girl with special powers. Based on the novel by Stephen King. Backdoor Pilot
3.
In the Time of the Butterflies (2001) as Production Company
True story of Minerva, Patria, and Maria Teresa Maribal -- three sisters known in the Dominican Republic as "Las Mariposas" ("The Butterflies") -- who became freedom fighters rebelling against the dictatorial regime of Rafael Leonid Trujillo during the 1950s. Leaving a life of comfort, three of four
4.
Bojangles (2001) as Production Company
The biography of Bill Robinson.
5.
Holiday Heart (2000) as Production Company
The story of a drag queen who learns to open his heart when he begins caring for a young girl whose mother is battling a drug addiction.<P>For years, Holiday Heart has been living in the past. Devastated by the loss of his lover, a respected member of the Chicago police force, who kept Holiday as "h
6.
Hendrix (2000) as Production Company
Biography of the rock legend Jimi Hendrix.
7.
Dirty Pictures (2000) as Production Company
In 1989, Dennis Barrie, the director of the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, booked "The Perfect Moment," an exhibit of 175 controversial photographs by the late artist Robert Mapplethorpe. Although he anticipated opposition from a select few who may have labeled the photographs as pornographic,
8.
That Championship Season (1999) as Production Company
Television movie based on Jason Miller's play about former members of a high school basketball team who reunite with their coach to commemorate their championship season--20 years earlier. But slowly, an ugly undercurrent of bigotry, suspicion, fear and jealousy begins to destroy everything that onc
9.
Rocky Marciano (1999) as Production Company
Story of famed heavyweight boxing champion Rocky Marciano, who won his first title in 1952 at the age of 29 and retired undefeated four years later. Chronicles Marciano's life as he struggled through poverty and corrupt managers as a determined underdog who rises to fame with pure strength and deter
10.
Inherit the Wind (1999) as Production Company
Television movie based on the 1925 Scopes "monkey trial." Schoolmaster Bertram Cates is put on trial for teaching Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution to students in rural Tennessee. Prosecuting Cates is three-time presidential nominee, self-appointed Bible scholar and acclaimed orator Matthew Harri
11.
Patty Duke Show: Still Rockin' in Brooklyn Heights, The (1999) as Production Company
Update of "The Patty Duke Show," which aired on ABC from 1963 to 1966, about a pair of identical-twin cousins, Patty and Cathy Lane, both played by Patty Duke. Three decades later, Patty still spends her days at Brooklyn Heights High School where she is now a drama teacher. She is divorced from high
12.
Taking of Pelham One Two Three, The (1998) as Production Company
A typical day for New York City subway riders turns into a nightmare, as four hijackers, led by Mr. Blue, carry out their plan to seize command of a subway train with eight hostages. A ransom of $8 million must be delivered in one hour or they will begin to shoot the hostages. Transit Authority Poli
13.
12 Angry Men (1997) as Production Company
A lone juror on a big case does not think that a guilty verdict is correct and tries to convince the other jurors that he is right.
14.
Escape Clause (1996) as Production Company
The life of rising young insurance executive Richard Ramsey becomes a nightmare when a hit man offers to cancel the murder contract his wife Sarah had supposedly taken out on him. All Ramsay has to do is double the fee his wife is allegedly paying. Before Ramsay can confront her, Sarah is murdered,
15.
Have You Seen My Son? (1996) as Production Company
A determined mother will stop at nothing to find her asthmatic six-year-old son, who has been kidnapped by her ex-husband.
16.
Convict Cowboy (1995) as Production Company
Two convicts form a unique friendship while taking part in the prison rodeo circuit.
17.
In the Heat of the Night: Grow Old Along With Me (1995) as Production Company
Fourth in a series of telefilms based on the series "In the Heat of the Night." Sheriff Gillespie and Chief Forbes investigate a fatal car accident which looks more like murder.
18.
In the Heat of the Night: By Duty Bound (1995) as Production Company
A movie in a series of telefilms based on the series "In the Heat of the Night." Sheriff Gillespie and Chief Forbes track down the murderer of a young woman and her unborn child, but they face political complications when their prime suspect turns out to be an employee of the local businessman compe
19.
In the Heat of the Night: A Matter of Justice (1994) as Production Company
Television movie based on the CBS dramatic series of the same name. A serial killer is on the loose in Sparta, Georgia, and Gillespie and Forbes must track him down while easing the pain of the young victims' families.
20.
In the Heat of the Night: Who Was Geli Bendl? (1994) as Production Company
Second in a series of television movies based on the series "In the Heat of the Night." A famed international actress comes to Sparta, Georgia, sparking intrigue and murder.
21.
In the Arms of a Killer (1992) as Production Company
A detective falls in love with the most likely suspect in a murder she is investigating.
22.
Fatal Memories (1992) as Production Company
A television movie based on the true story of Eileen Franklin Lipsker who repressed the childhood memory that her father killed her best friend.
23.
Lady Against the Odds (1992) as Production Company (Credited As Mgm/Ua Telecommunications)
A television movie set during 1943 in Los Angeles about two women who operate their own detective agency.
24.
Those Secrets (1992) as Production Company
A former call girl's placid marriage and home life is threatened by the revelation of her husband's infidelity.
25.
Finding the Way Home (1991) as Production Company
The midlife crisis of a small-town businessman and amnesia victim is resolved when he finds new direction and purpose in the midst of a Latino migrant farm community.
26.
Extreme Close-Up (1990) as Production Company
A fifteen-year-old boy is shattered by the accidental death of his mother and tries to make sense of her death by reviewing his family's home videos. A tape of her accident leads him to a shocking discovery.
27.
Johnny Ryan (1990) as Production Company
A movie about a special unit of ten honest cops in a corrupt police department sets out to clean up the city during the late 1940s. When the prosecution's main witness in an important case dies under mysterious circumstances, the special unit investigates the four cops who were protecting the victim
28.
Night Visions (1990) as Production Company
A criminal-psychology grad student with a haunted past and a mysterious array of telepathic multiple personalities is caught up in a serial-killer investigation.
29.
Prime Target (1989) as Production Company
A detective finds she may become the next victim during her investigation of the murders of several policewomen.
30.
Trenchcoat in Paradise (1989) as Production Company
A detective from New Jersey crosses a crime boss, travels to Hawaii, and ends up tackling the Islands' biggest case.
31.
Red River (1988) as Production Company
A remake of the Howard Hawks-directed 1948 theatrical release of the same title about two strong men in conflict during a grueling 1,000-mile cattle drive out of Texas along the Chisholm Trail.
32.
Dirty Dozen, The: The Fatal Mission (1988) as Production Company
A sequel to the 1967 feature film and several TV movies continuing the adventures of a group of convicted GIs who are reprieved and sent up against Nazi wartime geniuses who are out to establish a new Fourth Reich.
33.
Broken Angel (1988) as Production Company
A father launches a desperate search for his daughter when she vanishes into thin air after a brutal gang murder.
34.
Moving Target (1988) as Production Company
A teenager's family disappears without a word of warning. Trying to track them down, he finds himself being hunted by both the police and some very cold-blooded killers.
35.
Inherit The Wind (1988) as Production Company
An adaptation of the play based on the Scopes "monkey trial" of 1925, in which a high school teacher in Tennessee was prosecuted for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution. The leading characters of Matthew Harrison Brady and Henry Drummond are thinly veiled portraits of the actual attorneys in the c
36.
The Spencer Tracy Legacy (1987) as Production Company
Katharine Hepburn pays tribute to one of the screen's most natural actors, Spencer Tracy.
37.
Man Who Fell to Earth, The (1987) as Production Company
An adaptation of Nicolas Roeg's 1976 theatrical film of the same title starring David Bowie, about an alien marooned on Earth who is tracked by the military as he helps others during his search for a way to build a spaceship to return to his doomed world.
38.
Dirty Dozen: The Deadly Mission, The (1987) as Production Company
A movie based on characters from the 1967 film "The Dirty Dozen." In this film, a gruff major is assigned to get a group to go on a mission inside occupied France. Once there, they must rescue some scientists and destroy a secret chemical project. The mission seems to be all the more difficult becau
39.
If It's Tuesday, It Still Must Be Belgium (1987) as Production Company
A television movie about a crazy group of American tourists on a package tour of Europe. The veteran tour-bus driver specializes in outrageous excursions with unusual sights.
40.
Mercy Or Murder (1987) as Production Company
A movie based on the true case of Roswell Gilbert, a 75-year-old retiree living in Florida, who, in 1985, shot his wife Emily to death, after she suffered from Alzheimer's disease for the last seven years of their 51-year marriage. Gilbert was charged with first-degree murder for the mercy killing.
41.
Police Story: The Freeway Killings (1987) as Production Company
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.
42.
King of Love, The (1987) as Production Company
A media magnate builds a publishing empire based on sexual and political freedom but, as a powerful and controversial figure of the Kennedy era, becomes a prisoner of his desires for revenge and power.
43.
Fifth Missile, The (1986) as Production Company
A three-hour television movie about a war game that takes place aboard an America Trident submarine. Things go haywire and the game threatens to ignite World War III.
44.
Lady Blue (1985) as Production Company
A fiery, redheaded, rule-bending female detective, dubbed by critics as "Dirty Harriette" because of her Clint Eastwood-like approach to let her guns do the talking where the bad guys are involved, takes on a ruthless cocaine matriarch in this exceptionally violent movie whose unexpected popularity
45.
Braker (1985) as Production Company
Veteran black L.A. cop and his young white partner, investigating a murder at a music video studio, find the trail leading to the Hollywood porno trade in this busted pilot to a prospective series for Carl Weathers, who had become a star playing Apollo Creed to Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa and, after this pilot, went on to another series of his own, "Fortune Dane."
46.
Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission (1985) as Production Company
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.
47.
Defiant Ones, The (1985) as Production Company
A movie about two escaping chain gang prisoners, one white and one black, who hate each other, but in their flight for freedom, find they'll do almost anything to survive, including becoming friends.
48.
Cowboy (1983) as Production Company
James Brolin plays a tenderfoot rancher in this contemporary Western, a disillusioned schoolteacher who returns from the big city to the scene of his boyhood to fulfill a dream, and Ted Danson is a crippled ex-rodeo performer he hires to teach him the ropes and help run the spread. Annie Potts is the local cafe owner who gives them a boost on behalf of the locals, while land baron Randy Quaid, crooked banker George DiCenzo and nasty Sheriff Michael Pataki conspire to grab Brolin's land. Filmed in and near Waxahachie, Texas. (James Brolin replaced Gary Busey after one day of filming.)
49.
Women of San Quentin (1983) as Production Company
A prison picture with the twist of having the title characters not inmates but a contingent of female guards under the charge of Stella Stevens, juggling a love affair with captain of the guards, Hector Elizondo, and a brutal prison yard riot she volunteers to quell.
50.
I Was a Mail Order Bride (1982) as Production Company
On a bet with one of his practical-joking partners, a Los Angeles lawyer responds to an ad from a pretty Chicago magazine writer offering herself as a bridal candidate for an investigative reporting assignment, and then makes another bet that he can keep the relationship platonic for two weeks.
51.
Cry For the Strangers (1982) as Production Company
Psychiatrist Patrick Duffy and his wife, Cindy Pickett, lease a house in a secluded village on the Pacific coast and discover that one of their neighbors, a hyperkinetic youngster who had been one of his patients, is now involved in a series of strange deaths haunting the apparently peaceful communi
52.
Farrell For The People (1982) as Production Company
Valerie Harper stars as a spunky assistant district attorney in this pilot to a prospective post-"Rhoda" series, here involved with a puzzling rape case, another dealing with a brilliant ex-con accused of murder and his celebrity sponsor (borrowed from the well-publicized Jack Abbott-Norman Mailer affair), and a romance with a defense lawyer.
53.
Hear No Evil (1982) as Production Company
Cop show pilot with a twist: left stone deaf when a gang of bikers he was trying to nail for drug trafficking attempts to kill him, police detective Gil Gerard goes on medical leave from the force and continues his investigation on his own with his "hearing" dog and information from his former partner, Bernie Casey.
54.
Chicago Story (1981) as Production Company
The pilot to the short-lived 1981-82 series combining three television staples: lawyers, doctors and cops. Filmed entirely on location, it examines a crime from three different angles--the crime being the wounding of a ten-year-old girl by a sniper and the charging of an innocent man. Vincent Baggetta and Craig T. Nelson represent the law from opposing sides (they had been law school roommates); Kristoffer Tabori and Kene Holliday are the doctors; Jack Kehoe and Dennis Franz the cops. Writer Eric Bercovici and director Jerry London earlier had collaborated on the miniseries, "Shogun."
55.
Death Of A Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story (1981) as Production Company
Beating out Bob Fosse's "Star 80" by nearly two years, this version of the tragic story of "Playboy" centerfold Dorothy Stratten, the starry-eyed Canadian teenager who went to Hollywood seeking stardom, gave Jamie Lee Curtis her first TV starring role and Bruce Weitz (Belker on "Hill Street Blues") his as seedy promoter Paul Snider, who promised the girl a career both as a star and as his wife. Mitchell Ryan is Hugh Hefner and Robert Reed a fictional director named David Palmer (loosely based on Peter Bogdanovich).
56.
Love Tapes, The (1980) as Production Company
Another "Love Boat"/"Fantasy Island" variation, this pilot to a prospective series, loaded up with familiar TV faces, focuses on the misadventures of the clients of Good Possibilities, a state-of-the-art videotape dating service run by Michael Constantine. During production, this movie was titled "T
57.
Buffalo Soldiers, The (1979) as Production Company
The story, set in the 1860s, follows the exploits of the U.S. Army's 10th Cavalry, popularly known as "The Buffalo Soldiers," a mostly black unit patrolling the Old West.
58.
Comedy Company, The (1978) as Production Company
An ex-comedian fights to keep a failing nightclub alive as a showcase for aspiring young comics.
59.
Hostage Heart, The (1977) as Production Company
Terrorists plot a bizarre kidnapping, breaking into an operating room where a billionaire is undergoing heart surgery and holding him for a ten million dollar ransom.
60.
Lucan (1977) as Production Company
A 20-year-old who spent the first ten years of his life running wild in the forest after being raised by predatory animals now strikes out on his own in search of his identity. Subsequently, this became a once-in-a-while series during the 1977-78 season.
61.
Deadly Game (1977) as Production Company
The second Abel Marsh pilot film, a sequel to "The Girl in the Empty Grave" (1977), deals with a military conspiracy surrounding the destruction and scandal caused by chemical spillage from an army tanker truck.
62.
Girl in the Empty Grave, The (1977) as Production Company
In this pilot film for a series about a small-town police chief, an investigation is launched after a girl, believed to have died months earlier, turns up at the funeral of her murdered parents. Andy Griffith, in search of a successful follow-up series to "The Andy Griffith Show," played his familiar homespun law enforcer, this time without laughs, and without a series.
63.
Woman Of The Year (1976) as Production Company
This sophisticated comedy, a remake of the 1942 classic that teamed Tracy and Hepburn for the first time, is about the offbeat romance and stormy marriage of a nonchalant sportswriter and a sophisticated international reporter who work on the same newspaper.
64.
Macahans, The (1976) as Production Company
A buckskin-clad mountain scout helps to move his parents, his brother and sister-in-law and their four children westward in 1860 ahead of the impending war in this sweeping drama based on the film "How the West Was Won." James Arness returned to acting in this one after twenty years as Matt Dillon in "Gunsmoke," and he later continued in the once-in-a-while series (1977-79), also called "How the West Was Won."
65.
High Risk (1976) as Production Company
A light-hearted tale of derring-do as six former circus performers engage in a caper to carry off a priceless artifact from a Washington, D.C. embassy in broad daylight. This was an unsuccessful series pilot.
66.
Babe (1975) as Production Company
Susan Clark here gave an Emmy Award-winning performance as America's foremost woman athlete who won two Olympic track-and-field gold medals in 1932 and went on to become a world champion golfer. The film traces her development as an athlete, her battles to be accepted in sports, her marriage to wrestler-turned-promoter George Zaharias (played by ex-football pro Alex Karras), and her losing struggle with cancer. In addition to an Emmy for its star, the movie also received a nomination as the Outstanding Special of 1975-76, and director Buzz Kulik and writer Joanna Lee were nominated for their work, as were composer Jerry Goldsmith, cinematographer Charles Wheeler, editor Henry Berman and makeup artist William Tuttle.
67.
They Only Come Out at Night (1975) as Production Company
This pilot for Warden's "Jigsaw John" series (1975-76) has him playing a dyspeptic middle-aged homicide investigator looking into a string of robbery-slayings of elderly women in Los Angeles.
68.
Deadly Tower, The (1975) as Production Company
A vivid re-creation of the Texas Tower massacre of August 4, 1966, during which disturbed student Charles Whitman holed up with a gun in the tower of the University of Texas and began firing on people below, killing thirteen and wounding thirty-four.
69.
Nevada Smith (1975) as Production Company
In this pilot for an unrealized Western series, the half-breed gunslinger and his former mentor introduced in the theatrical feature of the same title in 1966 and before that in 1964's "The Carpetbaggers" join forces to escort a shipment of explosives across the Utah territory. Potts and Greene had the roles played earlier by Steve McQueen and Brian Keith (in the namesake movie) and by Alan Ladd and Leif Erickson in "The Carpetbaggers."
70.
Last Hours Before Morning (1975) as Production Company
Atmospheric private eye film set in the 1940s about a hotshot house detective and ex-cop who moonlights by chasing deadbeats and finds himself investigating the connection between an arrogant gambler's murder and a beautiful film star's jewel robbery.
71.
Dream Makers (1975) as Production Company
A college professor becomes a top recording company executive, only to be swept out of a job in the wake of a payola scandal.
72.
The Phantom of Hollywood (1974) as Production Company
A masked madman tries to stop the sale of a movie studio.
73.
Godchild, The (1974) as Production Company
An update of the oft-filmed "The Three Godfathers," previously made in 1916 with Harry Carey, repeating his role in John Ford's 1919 version ("Marked Men"), in William Wyler's 1929 adaptation ("Hell's Heroes") with Charles Bickford, in Richard Boleslavski's 1936 production with Chester Morris and Walter Brennan, and in John Ford's Technicolor version with John Wayne in 1948, dedicated to Harry Carey. Three Civil War prisoners, fleeing from both Confederates and Apaches, risk their freedom and lives to aid a dying woman and become guardians of her newborn child.
74.
Winter Kill (1974) as Production Company
The sheriff of a ski resort town is challenged by a murderer who leaves spray-painted messages next to his victims for the perplexed lawman. This was a pilot film for a proposed Andy Griffith series that failed to materialize.
75.
Honky Tonk (1974) as Production Company
Loosely based on the Clark Gable/Lana Turner/Claire Trevor 1941 movie (at least the character names of the principals match), this light-hearted Western follows the exploits of two hapless con-men operating in the boom towns of the Old West.
76.
Hawkins on Murder (1973) as Production Company
In his TV movie debut, a pilot to his subsequent short-lived series (1973-74), James Stewart is a homespun West Virginia lawyer who defends an heiress charged with three murders. Strother Martin, as his cracker-barrel sheriff cousin and legman, also appeared in the series.
77.
Shirts/Skins (1973) as Production Company
A sardonic comedy about six businessmen who find their zest for life rekindled when a simple bet after their weekly basketball game turns into a zany anything-goes hide-and-seek contest.
78.
Assignment: Munich (1972) as Production Company
The story of Jake Webster, a U.S. government undercover agent for the Internal Central Bureau, who operates in Munich, Germany, under the guise of a bar and grill owner. In the pilot, Webster seeks to help Cathy Lange, a beautiful girl who is being pursued by three men seeking $500,000 -- money stolen by her father, who was killed before he could reveal its location to his three accomplices.
79.
Earth II (1971) as Production Company
The story of day to day operations aboard a space station called Earth II.
80.
Then Came Bronson (1969) as Production Company
A young newspaperman drops out following his friend's suicide, sets out cross-country on his motorcycle in his quest for the meaning of life and befriends a runaway bride, Another searching soul, in this variation of the "Route 66" series-becoming involved weekly in the lives of diverse people subsequently during the 1969-70 TV season. Veteran actor Akim Tamiroff made his farewell TV appearance in this one.
81.
Operation Heartbeat (1969) as Production Company
Edward G. Robinson's dignified performance as the aging surgeon whose heart transplant gets his protege slapped with a lawsuit after the donor's wife charges that her husband was allowed to die so that the young doctor could save his mentor highlights this pilot movie for the popular "Medical Center" series (1969-76). Chad Everett assumed the part originated by Richard Bradford (who virtually disappeared as Everett's star ascended), while James Daly and Audrey Totter continued as regulars.
82.
Return of the Gunfighter (1967) as Production Company
An aging gunfighter tries to help a younger man accused of murder.
83.
Scorpio Letters (1967) as Production Company
A spy thriller involving an American who is enlisted by British Intelligence to replace one of its recently murdered agents and smash a ring of blackmailers -- James Bond style -- headed by a nefarious figure known as Scorpio. One of the early telefeatures filmed on location rather than on the back lot.
84.
Dangerous Days Of Kiowa Jones (1966) as Production Company
A drifter deputized by a dying sheriff fights to bring two killers to justice.

Production Companies (special)

85.
Painkiller Jane (2005)
Based on the comic book "Painkiller Jane" in which a young marine officer, Jane Browning, is exposed to a biochemical weapon that genetically alters her, giving her incredible self-healing powers. She becomes a secret agent while fighting against those who take wish to take advantage of her and use
86.
Stargate SG-1: The Lowdown (2003) as Production Company
Special hosted by "Stargate SG-1" stars Amanda Tapping and Michael Shanks which offers a look at the 7th season of the show along with highlights from previous seasons.
87.
Perfect Crimes (1991) as Production Company
A pilot for an unsold CBS crime series. Two stories based on actual "perfect" crimes are recreated. In the first segment, a doctor agrees to use her expertise to pull off a murder so that she, the "victim" and his partner can collect the insurance money. In the second segment, a man devises a scheme
88.
Vidiots (1991) as Production Company
A comedy pilot for an unsold CBS series. Three brothers inherit their deceased brother's employment agency and his eight-year-old son.
89.
I'm Home (1990) as Production Company
A wealthy, pretentious woman's nineteen-year-old daughter drops out of college and announces she is pregnant by the son of her mother's maid.
90.
Hammer, Slammer, and Slade (1990) as Production Company
A pilot based on the feature film "I'm Gonna Git U Sucka." Three former cops help a friend who is framed for robbery on the very day he retires from the police department.
91.
Charlie (1990) as Production Company
A pampered housewife discovers, after her husband's untimely death, that he was a bail bondsman. She must use all her ingenuity to continue his dangerous work if she wants to survive.
92.
Edge, The (1989) as Production Company
A three-part anthology suspense program in which men and women face life's ultimate danger zone. Each episode is introduced by a mysterious figure known as The Watcher, who arrives on the scene just as strange things being to happen -- pushing men and women in crisis over the edge and into bizarre,
93.
Gang of Four (1989) as Production Company
Four inseparable high-school seniors gain from each other the courage to face the harsh realities of their rapidly approaching adulthood.
94.
Pearl Harbor (1989) as Production Company
The second segment of a four-part series on the history of World War II. This part focuses on the events leading to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor and U.S. entry into World War II. Extensive Soviet archival footage is used for the first time.
95.
Hitler: The Man and the Myth (1989) as Production Company
The first part of four one-hour specials on the history of World War II. This segment documents Hitler's rise to power and his leadership of the German Reich during World War II. Extensive Soviet archival footage was used for the first time.
96.
Heat, The (1989) as Production Company
A group of five young crime-fighters, known as The Heat, mysteriously arrive in a town controlled by a vicious gang which has intimidated the local citizens. They succeed in cleaning up the town using a variety of techniques. A presentation of "CBS Summer Playhouse."
97.
Elysian Fields (1989) as Production Company
A problem-solving specialist arrives in New Orleans to take over a Crisis Center. He finds an apartment in an old mansion, Elysian Fields, converted to a boarding house run by two eccentric sisters and filled with an assortment of oddball renters.
98.
Gregory Harrison Show, The (1989) as Production Company
The glamorous lifestyle of a free-spirited fashion photographer is changed dramatically when he gets custody of his two young children.
99.
Code One (1989) as Production Company
A reality special about people who jeopordize their lives to protect others. Featured are a SWAT team in Philadelphia, the Emergency Medical Squad in Seattle, and a trauma surgeon in Houston.
100.
David Bowie: Glass Spider Tour (1988) as Production Company
David Bowie appears in concert his first network television special, taped during part of his "Glass Spider" tour in November 1987.
101.
Willow: The Making of an Adventure (1988) as Production Company
A special providing a behind-the-scenes look at the feature film, "Willow." The program includes interviews, film clips and a look at George Lucas' Industrial Light & Magic studios.
102.
Cheech Show, The (1988) as Production Company
A pilot for a series not picked up by NBC about a recent widow who wants to get into blue-blood society. In order to introduce herself to the the other idle millionaires, she she throws a big party, complete with an overthrown dictator who's fled his country. When the dictator fails to show, Cheech
103.
Olivia Newton-John in Australia (1988) as Production Company
An "HBO World Stage" special featuring Australian singer Olivia Newton-John as she celebrates her homeland's 200th birthday. Newton-John offers a real insider's look at this vast continent with a trek through Australia's true heartland, the outback. Also featured is a grand fireworks display in Sy
104.
Old Money (1988) as Production Company
A half-hour pilot for a series not picked up by CBS about the happenings of a wealthy Palm Beach clan. A "CBS Summer Playhouse" presentation.
105.
Prince's Trust All-Star Rock Concert, The (1987) as Production Company
Rock superstars perform together onstage at London's Wembley Arena before Prince Charles and Princess Diana to benefit the Prince's Trust, a charity for disadvantaged youth. A highlight of the concert was the reunion of George Harrison and Ringo Starr of the Beatles to perform some of their classic
106.
Changing Patterns (1987) as Production Company
A comedy pilot airing as a segment of the "CBS Summer Playhouse," about two women who start a dress manufacturing business when their husbands retire.
107.
James Stewart: A Wonderful Life (1987) as Production Company
A retrospective tribute to actor James Stewart. The program includes highlights from Stewart's films and interviews with his friends and associates.
108.
Sawdust (1987) as Production Company
A comedy-drama pilot in which the dream of running away to join the circus becomes a reality for an otherwise typical American family which trades the suburbs for life under the Big Top. Broadcast as a segment of the "CBS Summer Playhouse."
109.
Goodbye Mr. Chips (1987) as Production Company
A three-part adaptation of James Hilton's novel about the dedicated career of a belove teacher at an English school. A presentation of "Masterpiece Theatre."
110.
Royal Match (1985) as Production Company
The story, set in the mythical kingdom of Crescenda, relates incidents in the lives of its royal family: Edmund, its King; Susan, his American wife; Estelle, his mother the Queen; and Duke Alford, his uncle. The pilot episode relates how Edmund and Susan Billings, a geochemist visiting Crescenda,
111.
Poor Richard (1984) as Production Company
The story, set in Beverly Hills, California, follows the adventures of Richard Manning III, a once-wealthy playboy who poses as a butler to remain in his former mansion--now owned by Ruby Hopper, an Iowa country bumkin turned millionaire. In the pilot episode, Richard seeks a way to raise $5,000 to
112.
Summer (1984) as Production Company
The story, set in southern California, depicts the vacation activities of a group of spirited high school students who live in an oceanfront community.
113.
Boys in Blue, The (1984) as Production Company
The day-to-day activities of a group of patrol car officers with the Prospect Division of the Los Angeles Police Department. In the pilot episode, the officers seek "Captain Video," a thief who robs video stores, and has also wounded a cop.
114.
Big John (1983) as Production Company
The exploits of "Big" John Corbin, a former sheriff from Conway County, Georgia, who is now a detective with the Manhattan 4th Precinct of the New York City Police Department. The pilot episode depicts how Corbin becomes one of New York's finest when he comes to the Big Apple to take over the murder
115.
Kids From Fame, The (1983) as Production Company
Six of the stars from the television series "Fame" perform out of character at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
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After George (1983) as Production Company
The story of Susan Roberts, a beautiful widow who must contend with her late husband's electronic alter ego--their house. Before his untimely death in an automobile accident, George, Susan's husband, electronically rigged his personality into the home he and Susan shared via a computer that is an ex
117.
Great Day (1983) as Production Company
The story of Howard Simpson, a family man and homeowner who is plagued by life's seemingly endless misadventures. In the pilot, Howard fruitlessly attempts to protect his home from a persistent burglar.
118.
Fog (1981) as Production Company
When the radar fails and the luxury liner Queen of the Seas rams into and destroys two submarines, its skipper, Jack Drummond, is demoted and assigned to captain the SS Sangina, a 40-year-old freighter. Drummond's attempts to redeem himself with the maritime board and once again command the fabled
119.
Supercops (1975) as Production Company
The exploits of Dave Greenberg and Bobby Hantz, two New York City police officers known as "Batman and Robin" for their daring tactics and record number of arrests and convictions. The pilot episode depicts their efforts to apprehend a thief who sadistically victimizes only big-time gamblers.
120.
Harry and Maggie (1975) as Production Company
A story of clashing lifestyles as seen through the bickering relationship of Harry Kellogg, a grumpy Iowa widower, and Maggie Sturdivant, his aggressive, flamboyant, and sophisticated sister-in-law who lives with him and takes charge of his life. In the pilot episode, Harry attempts to arrange a rom

Misc. Crew (special)

121.
Creative Arts Emmy Awards, The (1991) as Television Clips
Presentation of the creative arts portion of the 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
122.
1991 Emmy Awards (1991) as Film Clips; Stills
A presentation of the forty-third annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
123.
42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation (1990) as Clips And Photos
Live telecast of the forty-second annual prime time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

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Evidence of Blood (1998) as Production Company
125.
George Washington (1984) as Production Company
A sweeping eight-hour, three-part miniseries chronicling the life of Washington from ages 11 to 51, beginning just after the death of his father in 1743 and taking him through his journeyman days as a young surveyor, his hidden love for Sally Fairfax, the wife of his best friend, his marriage to wid

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

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Peter Benchley's Creature (1998) as Production Company
Adaptation of Peter Benchley's novel "White Shark." Recently divorced Dr. Simon Chase has just begun research at a remote island lab, Shark's Tooth Island, long abandoned by the U.S. Navy. Chase is driven by a personal loss to research the link between a cure for cancer and sharks. The natives are f
127.
Dark Shadows (1991) as Production Company
A television miniseries for NBC based on the original gothic horror series, "Dark Shadows," which aired on ABC from June 27, 1966 to April 2, 1971. Revolves around the residents of an isolated manor house in the sleepy seaboard town of Collinsport, Maine.
128.
George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation (1986) as Production Company
In this four-hour continuation of the greatly admired 1984 eight-hour miniseries about the Father of Our Country, Barry Bostwick and Patty Duke (she was Patty Duke Astin in the earlier historical drama but since had divorced actor John Astin and reverted to her original acting name) reprised their r
129.
French Atlantic Affair, The (1979) as Production Company
There's terror on the high seas when cult leader Telly Savalas and his fanatic followers, among whom is devoted Shelley Winters, seize a luxury liner commanded by Louis Jourdan and hold a stellar roster of film and TV luminaries for a ransom of $70 million in gold. Chad Everett is a successful novel

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