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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Forbid Them Not (1962) as Director

Writer (feature film)

2.
Forbid Them Not (1962) as Screenwriter

Producer (feature film)

3.
Forbid Them Not (1962) as Producer

Editing (feature film)

4.
Matlock: Diary of a Perfect Murder (1992) as Editor
Andy Griffith's portrayal of Ben Matlock, a genial but wily good-old-boy, Harvard-bred lawyer from Georgia, was embraced by critics and enthusiastic audiences (based on high ratings for this film on its premiere) and convinced him to return to series television with the character beginning in the fa
5.
Sparks: The Price Of Passion (1990) as Editor
The newly elected mayor of Albuquerque is forced to fight for her life and career when she becomes the victim of a vicious blackmail campaign.
6.
Naked Lie (1989) as Editor
An assistant district attorney continues her affair with a judge after he is assigned to preside at a murder trial in which she is the prosecutor. As the case proceeds, she discovers shocking evidence that could severely damage her case, her career and her romance.
7.
Perry Mason: The Case of the Notorious Nun (1986)
The second of Perry Mason reunion movies with Raymond Burr and Barbara Hale (following their earlier continuing portrayals of Mason and ever-faithful secretary Della Street between 1957 and 1966) has the venerable lawyer defending a young nun accused of murdering a priest with whom, it was rumored,
8.
Dangerous Company (1982) as Editor
The story of real-life ex-convict and reformed criminal Ray Johnson, portrayed by Beau Bridges, starting with the 1958 escape he made with a friend from Folsom Prison (the first and only inmates ever to do so) and continuing with their recapture, Johnson's placement in solitary confinement for four
9.
Advice to the Lovelorn (1981) as Editor
Newspaper columnist Cloris Leachman finds herself able to solve everyone's problems except her own in this pilot to a prospective series. It had been scheduled to premiere nearly ten months before it finally aired. Kelly Bishop, as her assistant, and Walter Brooke, as her editor, would have joined h
10.
High Midnight (1979) as Editor
Blue-collar worker David Birney vows to avenge the murder of his wife and child in a mistaken no-knock drug raid led by ruthlessly ambitious narcotics officer Mike Connors. An Emmy Award was won by Jerry Fielding for his music score, one of his last.
11.
Don't Push, I'll Charge When I'm Ready (1977) as Editor
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
12.
Big Ripoff, The (1975) as Editor
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.
13.
Sidecar Racers (1975) as Editor
14.
Live Again, Die Again (1974) as Editor
A cryogenics tale about a woman's re-emergence after being frozen for more than thirty years following her death from rheumatic fever -- and facing her now aged husband (Walter Pidgeon), her neurotic grown daughter (Vera Miles) and her confused son (Mike Farrell).
15.
Questor Tapes, The (1974) as Editor
An unsuccessful pilot by Gene ("Star Trek") Roddenberry about a sophisticated android looking for his true identity, hoping to locate his missing creator through the use of his computerized brain.
16.
Tenafly (1973) as Editor
In this pilot for the short-lived "Tenafly" series with McEachin (1973-74), a potpourri of slice-of-life comedy and straight-ahead detective mystery, a black private eye investigates the murder of a radio talk-show host's wife.
17.
Fuzz (1972) as Film Editor
Boston cops search for a bomber who has been targeting politicians.
18.
Bravos, The (1972) as Editor
A rugged Western about the commander of a beleaguered cavalry post whose precarious friendship with the area's Indians is destroyed, resulting in his son's abduction.
19.
Priest Killer, The (1971) as Editor
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.
20.
Deadly Dream, The (1971) as Editor
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.
21.
Forbid Them Not (1962) as Film Editor

Post Production (feature film)

22.
Perry Mason: The Case of the Notorious Nun (1986)
The second of Perry Mason reunion movies with Raymond Burr and Barbara Hale (following their earlier continuing portrayals of Mason and ever-faithful secretary Della Street between 1957 and 1966) has the venerable lawyer defending a young nun accused of murdering a priest with whom, it was rumored,

Editing (TV Mini-Series)

23.
World War III (1982) as Editor
The world is placed on the brink of a nuclear holocaust following a confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union when an insurgent Russian military group lays siege to the Alaskan pipeline in retaliation for an American grain embargo. U.S. President Rock Hudson and Soviet General Sec
24.
Masada (1981) as Editor
Peter O'Toole made his American TV acting debut as the Roman general leading the epic 1st-century siege of Masada, the mountain fortress where about 900 Jewish Zealots made a heroic stand against 5,000 Roman soldiers. Peter Strauss is the fiery leader of the freedom-fighting Zealots, and their confr

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