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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Sound (feature film)

1.
Hand That Rocks the Cradle, The (1992)
A distraught woman becomes a nanny to exact revenge for the loss of her baby and husband.
2.
Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia, The (1991) as Sound
Travis Child is an aspiring country singer who plays in small clubs as he travels across the country with his younger sister Amanda who is his manager. Since Travis tends to drink too much and get involved with the wrong women, Amanda frequently has to get him out of trouble. While they are staying
3.
Without Her Consent (1990)
A true story of a young woman who is violently assaulted by a new acquaintance and whose fiance takes the law into his own hands.
4.
Kiss Shot (1989)
An unemployed single mother decides to turn her formidable skills as an ace pool player into cash to salvage her finances. To prevent her house from going into foreclosure, she enters a billiards contest and makes it into the national finals where she is pitted against one of the country's top playe
5.
Dangerous Affection (1987)
A television movie about a pregnant woman suspected of murdering her estranged husband. She and her son are tracked by the real killer while the investigating detective falls in love with her.
6.
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
7.
Assassin, The (1986)
Retired government agent Conrad is pressed back into service to aid lady professor Austin capture and terminate a renegade, nearly invincible robot she had created which had been reprogrammed to kill agency director Webber and a group of leading politicians. Richard Young is the bionic man-turned-as
8.
Scandal Sheet (1985)
Burt Lancaster's unscrupulous publisher of a slick, supermarket checkout-counter tabloid bent on exploiting a glamorous movieland couple was seen in many quarters as what had become of his corrupt J.J. Hunsecker character of "Sweet Smell of Success" nearly twenty years earlier. Henry Winkler, "The F
9.
Places In The Heart (1984)
A farmer's widow fights to keep her land during the Depression.
10.
Portrait of a Showgirl (1982)
The life and loves of Las Vegas dancers, with Lesley Ann Warren as the recent arrival from New York, fleeing an unhappy affair; Dianne Kay as the naive newcomer, and Rita Moreno (earning an Emmy nomination as Outstanding Supporting Actress) as the chorus line veteran and mother hen. Tony Curtis is M
11.
Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)
Mystery thriller about a bigoted community''s retribution against the town dummy, whom a group of vigilantes led by a mailman think did harm to a ten-year-old girl.
12.
Matter of Life and Death, A (1981)
Inspired by a story that appeared on "60 minutes" in 1978 about Joy Ufema, a nurse dedicated to treating the terminally ill, Linda Lavin turned it into this TV movie for her Big Deal, Inc. production outfit, teaming with Tyne Daly, playing Joy's psychologist friend and confidante. Coincidentally, an
13.
Hustler of Muscle Beach, The (1980)
The world of bodybuilding is the backdrop for director Jonathan Kaplan's comedy-drama of a sharp operator from New York who goes west and sees his shot at success promoting a world-class contest among muscle men and iron pumpers. Several bodybuilding superstars, including Franco Columbu and Todd Nas
14.
Gideon's Trumpet (1980)
In one of his final television roles, Henry Fonda stars as the semi-literate Florida drifter whose court case--being denied counsel at a breaking-and-entering trial because of his inability to afford a lawyer--drastically changed the course of American legal history. His performance won him an Emmy
15.
Changeling, The (1979) as Sound Recording; Sound
A recently widowed composer moves into an old mansion haunted by the ghost of a child who died there 70 years ago.
16.
Gathering, The (1977)
A crusty businessman, facing his last Christmas, makes an eleventh hour attempt to pull together the family which he shattered by allowing them to become second to his work and which he left years earlier. The Emmy-winner as Outstanding Special of 1977-78, with nominations also going to Maureen Stap
17.
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
18.
Sweet Hostage (1975)
A bizarre drama of a young woman who is kidnapped by an escaped mental patient and whisked away to his remote mountain cabin, where her abductor becomes her teacher, friend and lover. Originally titled "Welcome to Xanadu," it was filmed in Taos, New Mexico.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

19.
Face of a Stranger (1991)
A wealthy New York widow becomes friends with a homeless woman who lives in Central Park.
20.
Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia, The (1991)
Travis Child is an aspiring country singer who plays in small clubs as he travels across the country with his younger sister Amanda who is his manager. Since Travis tends to drink too much and get involved with the wrong women, Amanda frequently has to get him out of trouble. While they are staying
21.
Portrait of a Showgirl (1982)
The life and loves of Las Vegas dancers, with Lesley Ann Warren as the recent arrival from New York, fleeing an unhappy affair; Dianne Kay as the naive newcomer, and Rita Moreno (earning an Emmy nomination as Outstanding Supporting Actress) as the chorus line veteran and mother hen. Tony Curtis is M
22.
Matter of Life and Death, A (1981)
Inspired by a story that appeared on "60 minutes" in 1978 about Joy Ufema, a nurse dedicated to treating the terminally ill, Linda Lavin turned it into this TV movie for her Big Deal, Inc. production outfit, teaming with Tyne Daly, playing Joy's psychologist friend and confidante. Coincidentally, an
23.
Gideon's Trumpet (1980)
In one of his final television roles, Henry Fonda stars as the semi-literate Florida drifter whose court case--being denied counsel at a breaking-and-entering trial because of his inability to afford a lawyer--drastically changed the course of American legal history. His performance won him an Emmy
25.
Runner Stumbles, The (1979)
Father Rivard is a priest in a small, economically depressed coal mining town. Working on what he thinks is a "controversial" work, he lives with the brutal lives of his poor parishioners, the old, unfriendly nuns in the nearby convent, and his own self doubts. When Rita, an energetic and bright young Sister, arrives at the parish, he finds someone he can talk to, someone with whom he has much in common. This sets into motion a series of events that leads to Sister Rita's death - and the indictment of Father Rivard in that act.
26.
Changeling, The (1979)
A recently widowed composer moves into an old mansion haunted by the ghost of a child who died there 70 years ago.
27.
KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park (1978)
The bizarrely costumed rock group KISS made its acting debut, with the four thwarting a mad scientist attempting to destroy their careers by making robot KISS replicas and turning them loose to create havoc in an amusement park.
28.
Annie Hall (1977)
A comedian and an aspiring singer try to overcome their neuroses and find happiness.
29.
Sweet Hostage (1975)
A bizarre drama of a young woman who is kidnapped by an escaped mental patient and whisked away to his remote mountain cabin, where her abductor becomes her teacher, friend and lover. Originally titled "Welcome to Xanadu," it was filmed in Taos, New Mexico.

Sound (TV Mini-Series)

30.
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

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