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Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Jacksons: An American Dream, The (1992)
A two-part miniseries chronicling the lives of the Jackson family from the courtship of their parents to the Jackson's Victory Tour.
2.
Secrets (1992)
A television movie based on Danielle Steel's best-selling novel, "Secrets." Focuses on the lives of the cast members of a fictional primetime television series.
3.
Love and Curses... And All That Jazz (1991)
A couple becomes inadvertently embroiled in a voodoo murder mystery in New Orleans.
4.
Great Pretender, The (1991)
A television movie pilot about a disgruntled journalist who investigates a story about an accidental death and stumbles on a corrupt land deal involving people all the way up to the state house.
5.
Johnny Ryan (1990) as Director Of Photography
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
6.
Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501 (1990)
A pilot's wife attempts to clear her husband's name of the charge of "pilot error." She reconstructs the events leading up to the fatal crash of a commercial jetliner.
7.
Family For Joe, A (1990) as Director Of Photography
A television movie pilot for an NBC comedy series. A homeless man poses as the grandfather to four orphaned children to prevent them from being separated. When he starts to take his role as family patriarch very seriously, the children discover that they've gotten much more than they bargained for.
8.
Outside Woman, The (1989) as Director Of Photography
A television movie based on a true story about Joyce Mattox, a Louisiana millworker. Bored with her humdrum life, she joins a Bible study group that visits prisoners housed at the nearby state penitentiary. There she meets Jesse Glen Smith, and a mutual attraction begins. Their relationship becomes
9.
Laura Lansing Slept Here (1988) as Director Of Photography
A flamboyant, world-famous novelist who tries to prove she can still lead a normal life by moving in with a typical, middle-class family.
10.
Scandal in a Small Town (1988)
A small-town cocktail waitress with a dubious reputation has her fragile relationship with her teenage daughter severely tested when she takes on a local school board to have an anti-Semitic history teacher fired.
11.
I'll Be Home For Christmas (1988) as Director Of Photography
A television movie exploring the lives and relationships of members of a New England family as they wait for a son's return from overseas action in World War II.
12.
Abduction of Kari Swenson, The (1987)
A television movie, based on fact, about Olympic athlete Kari Swenson who, while training, was abducted and imprisoned by mountain men. After being captured by Don Nichols and his son Dan, with the intent of making her the younger man's wife, Kari Swenson is chained to a tree. During a rescue attemp
13.
Manhunt For Claude Dallas (1986)
Dallas, a self-styled mountain man who, in 1981, gunned down two Idaho Fish and Game officers, was tracked down and arrested after a long manhunt, was tried and convicted, sentenced and imprisoned, then escaped from the Idaho State Correctional Institution in Boise on Easter Sunday, 1986. A folk her
14.
Free Ride (1986)
In order to impress a sexy girl, a teenager "borrows" a red sports car that has been parked in front of a singles bar. He takes the girl for a ride in the car, unaware that a quarter of a million dollars of mob money is in the back seat.
15.
Dark Mansions (1986)
Contemporary gothic drama about a young woman (Linda Purl) hired to write the family history of a shipbuilding dynasty and finding supernatural forces at work when she moves into the clan's compound on a lonely, windswept bluff near Seattle. Initially, Loretta Young had been coaxed out of retirement
16.
Christmas Star, The (1986)
A Christmas movie about a crafty con man whose holiday spirit is renewed when two children believe him to be the real Santa Claus.
17.
Delta Pi (1985)
18.
Kidco (1984)
19.
Dollmaker, The (1984)
In her TV-movie debut, Jane Fonda stars as an illiterate Kentucky woman who uproots her children to follow her husband to Detroit during World War II, where he has found work as a mechanic, and tries to adjust to a new way of life by utilizing her natural talents as a wood carver. Susan Cooper and H
20.
Parade, The (1984)
Michael Learned finds that her life in a small Kansas town and those of her mother (Geraldine Page) and her daughter (Rosanna Arquette) are thrown into turmoil with the unexpected return of her drifter husband (Frederic Forrest) after seven years in prison. The drama is played out against the prepar
21.
Sins of the Past (1984)
A group of former high-priced call girls who got out of the trade in the ''60s after one of them was battered to death are reunited twenty years later when the convicted killer is released from prison vowing vengeance. Among the hookers, in an interesting casting twist, is Debby Boone in her TV-movie debut playing against type, although the character also vies for fame as an inspirational singer.
22.
Lust In The Dust (1984) as Director Of Photography
23.
Confessions of a Married Man (1983) as Director Of Photography
A middle-aged man fights boredom by walking out on his family and having a fling with a younger woman. Robert Conrad is the philandering hubby, Jennifer Warren his loving wife, and Ann Dusenberry his paramour.
24.
Endangered Species (1982)
A New York cop and a lady sheriff investigate a string of cattle mutilations in the West.
25.
Looker (1981)
After having had minor cosmetic surgery by a well-known surgeon, several beautiful women die under suspicious circumstances. The doctor is suspected of murder and, believing he is being framed, begins to look into these deaths himself. One of his clients works for a high tech company which may have
26.
Mommie Dearest (1981)
Glamorous yet lonely star Joan Crawford takes in two orphans, and at first their unconventional family seems happy. But after Joan''s attempts at romantic fulfillment go sour and she is fired from her contract with MGM studios, her callous and abusive behavior towards her daughter Christina becomes even more pronounced. Christina leaves home and takes her first acting role only to find her mother''s presence still overshadowing her.
27.
Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen (1981)
Masterful sleuth Charlie Chan is called out of retirement when a detective asks for his help in solving a series of murders in San Francisco. Now with his grandson at his side, Chan matches wits against his nemesis from the old days, the Dragon Queen, who seems to be responsible for the crimes.
28.
Hide In Plain Sight (1980)
True story of a divorced father in search of his children when his ex-wife enters the witness relocation program.
29.
Jayne Mansfield Story, The (1980) as Director Of Photography
In her first starring role in a TV movie, Loni Anderson plays the '50s platinum-blonde sex symbol whose search for stardom and meteoric (if brief) career ended in an automobile accident when she was 36. One-time (undefeated) Mr. Universe-turned-actor Arnold Schwarzenegger made his TV starring debut
30.
Time After Time (1979)
When Jack the Ripper steals his time machine, author H.G. Wells travels to modern-day San Francisco to track him down.
31.
North Dallas Forty (1979)
Phillip Elliot is a wide receiver for the Dallas Bulls whose cynical outlook and strong independent streak are considered liabilities by the team''s coaches and owner. Now near the end of his career, Elliot is relying on heavy doses of painkillers to get him through the games. He is well aware of how impersonal professional football has become, but when management benches him after they have manipulated him into training a teammate, Elliot is faced with the decision of whether he should continue with his career or move on.
32.
When She Was Bad... (1979)
In her first starring role in a made-for-TV movie, Cheryl Ladd is a young wife and mother whose ambitious, often-absent, upwardly mobile husband leaves her unhappy and her growing loneliness leads to frustrations she takes out on her pre-school daughter. This child abuse film, originally to have bee
33.
Mrs. R's Daughter (1979) as Director Of Photography
Cloris Leachman fights the system in a frustrating battle to bring to trial the man who raped her divorced daughter and then vows to mete out her own vengeance when the judicial process breaks down.
34.
Meteor (1979)
A collision with a comet sends an asteroid speeding toward the Earth.
35.
An Enemy Of The People (1978) as Director Of Photography
A scientist stands against an entire town when he discovers their medicinal spa is polluted.
36.
High Anxiety (1977)
A man must come to terms with his own "high anxiety" in this loving parody of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
37.
Hunted Lady, The (1977) as Director Of Photography
An undercover policewoman becomes a target for elimination by a crime syndicate and must flee for her life after being framed for murder in this prospective series pilot which bore a close resemblance to "The Fugitive" with a change of gender.
38.
Curse of the Black Widow (1977)
A chiller about the search for an elusive killer whose victims are found wrapped in a strange, spider-like web.
39.
White Buffalo, The (1977)
Wild Bill Hickok returns to the West to hunt down an albino buffalo that haunts his dreams.
40.
Silent Movie (1976)
A film director struggles to produce a major silent feature film.
41.
Kansas City Massacre, The (1975) as Director Of Photography
Robertson here reprises his role of the flamboyant Melvin Purvis that he originated in Dan Curtis' "Melvin Purvis, G-Man" (1974) and takes on the crime cartel formed by Pretty Boy Floyd, John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, Alvin Karpis and others. Their crime wave ended in the notorious Kansas City ma
42.
Nashville (1975)
Country music stars get caught up in tangled affairs and an independent''''s political campaign.
43.
Trilogy of Terror (1975)
Three bizarre stories with Karen Black playing four tormented women. In "Millicent and Therese" she is both a plain-looking woman, almost a recluse, and her amoral sister whom she taunts by revealing to her current boyfriend her past escapades. In "Julie" she is a sexually repressed teacher who is b
44.
California Split (1974) as Director Of Photography
A down on his luck gambler and a free spirit take an unscheduled gambling trip to Tijuana.
45.
Great Ice Rip-Off, The (1974) as Director Of Photography
A heist comedy pitting a dogged retired cop against a dapper gangster and his cohorts who, with four million dollars in diamonds in their possession, use a cross-country bus to make their getaway.
46.
Scream of the Wolf (1974) as Director Of Photography
A once-famous hunter comes out of retirement to help track down what seems to be a mad killer wolf and discovers that it is no mere animal he is stalking but an animal that may take human form.
47.
Let the Good Times Roll (1973)
Fifties rock stars reunite 20 years later for a concert.
48.
Coffy (1973)
A nurse sets out for vengeance when her younger sister becomes an addict.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

49.
That'S Dancing! (1985)
Gene Kelly, Liza Minnelli and Mikhail Baryshnikov host this compilation of some of the greatest dance numbers in movie history.

Cinematography (special)

50.
Mary Tyler Moore: The 20th Anniversary Show (1991)
A special highlighting the 20th anniversary of the comedy series "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." Combines clips from the series with reactions from cast members.
51.
Are You My Mother? (1986)
A music video producer and his teenage daughter, who believe the girl's mother to be dead, search desperately for the woman after the shocking revelation that she may have become a homeless street person. Subsequently, she and her father redefine their relationship, and strive to help their loved on

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

52.
If Tomorrow Comes (1986)
Madolyn Smith and Tom Berenger are a pair of romantically entwined international jewel thieves in this slickly produced three-part adaptation by Carmen Culver of Sidney Sheldon's best-selling novel, filmed in Los Angeles, New Orleans, London, Nice, Cannes, Cap Ferrat and Amsterdam. Richard Kiley is
53.
Masada (1981)
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
54.
Eleanor and Franklin (1976)
An acclaimed, multi-award-winning production based on Lash's Pulitzer Prize-winning best-seller, with the story of the Roosevelts, from early youth to FDR's death in 1945, told through the recollections of the widowed Eleanor. Chosen Outstanding Special (1975-76 season) in the Emmy Awards ceremony,

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

55.
Crossings (1986) as Director Of Photography
A three-part, six-hour miniseries which tells the story of a passionate affair between a steel magnate and a French Ambassador's wife, and the effects of their love on them and their families during the turbulent years of World War II. This adaptation of Danielle Steel's novel begins in 1939 on a tr

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