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Director (feature film)

1.
Terrors of the Deep (1995) as Director
Special featuring rare films of the dangers in the oceans, including footage from a camera moving into the mouth of a great white shark, and man-versus-sea catastrophes such as the sinking of the ferry Estonia.

Writer (feature film)

2.
Terrors of the Deep (1995) as Writer
Special featuring rare films of the dangers in the oceans, including footage from a camera moving into the mouth of a great white shark, and man-versus-sea catastrophes such as the sinking of the ferry Estonia.

Producer (feature film)

3.
4.
Celsius 41.11 (2004) as Executive Producer
A documentary aimed at refuting the content of Michael Moore's 2004 feature, "Fahrenheit 9/11" while providing a full deconstruction of Senator John Kerry, the Democrat presidential nominee.
5.
Left Luggage (1998) as Co-Executive Producer
Set in Antwerp, Belgium in the early 70's, a tale about Chaja, an impetuous, liberal-minded philosophy student, and her complex relationship with her parents who are Holocaust survivors. With the help of a family friend, she secures a job as a nanny for a Hassidic Jewish family, the Kalmans, whose w
6.
Terrors of the Deep (1995) as Executive Producer
Special featuring rare films of the dangers in the oceans, including footage from a camera moving into the mouth of a great white shark, and man-versus-sea catastrophes such as the sinking of the ferry Estonia.
7.
Woman With A Past (1992) as Co-Executive Producer
A suburban housewife manages to hide her true identity -- she's an escaped convict who'd been serving a twelve-year sentence for armed robbery -- for many years. Based on a true story.
8.
Ancient Prophecies (1976) as Co-Executive Producer
Special focusing on doomsday predictions related to the coming millennium.

Title Design (feature film)

9.
Ancient Prophecies (1976) as Main Titles Designer
Special focusing on doomsday predictions related to the coming millennium.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

10.
Terrors of the Deep (1995) as Associate Director
Special featuring rare films of the dangers in the oceans, including footage from a camera moving into the mouth of a great white shark, and man-versus-sea catastrophes such as the sinking of the ferry Estonia.

Director (special)

11.
Buddy Holly (2001) as Segment Director (Main Title)
Profile of singer Buddy Holly, the victim of a plane crash in 1959.
12.
Gettysburg: Victory at All Costs (1999) as Segment Director ("Pickett'S Charge")
A documentary about one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War, which took place from July 1-3, 1863, in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
13.
Defense Rests: A Tribute to Raymond Burr, The (1993) as Director
A special chronicling the life and career of the late Raymond Burr. Also included are clips and interviews with some fo Burr's co-stars.
14.
Pearl Harbor (1989) as Creator
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.
15.
Hitler: The Man and the Myth (1989) as Creator
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.
16.
Errol Flynn: Portrait of a Swashbuckler (1987) as Director
A documentary profile of screen actor Errol Flynn.

Writer (special)

17.
Angels: The Mysterious Messengers (1994) as Writer
A special examining the phenomenon of angels.
18.
Defense Rests: A Tribute to Raymond Burr, The (1993) as Writer
A special chronicling the life and career of the late Raymond Burr. Also included are clips and interviews with some fo Burr's co-stars.

Producer (special)

19.
Silent Service (2002) as Executive Producer
Stories of the U.S. Navy submarine corps. The program provides insight into the strategies, tactics and weapons used in the Battle of the Atlantic; traces the technical development of submarines and what makes today's submarines function; reveals how the Navy seeks out and opposes enemy submarines c
20.
Infamous Guns (2002) as Executive Producer
Documentary about guns that changed history. The program features the stories behind the weapons that assassinated political leaders like John F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln; guns that started wars, such as the gun used to assassinate Archduke Ferdinand; guns which may have fired the shots that bega
21.
Kevin Bacon: Am I Me? (2002) as Executive Producer
Profile of actor Kevin Bacon.
22.
Gorillas: Primal Contact (2002) as Executive Producer (Greystone Communications)
Documentary that examines the complex relationship -- both caring and cruel -- between human beings and gorillas, from the earliest interactions to today. Includes a behind-the-scenes tour of the Wildlife Conservation Society's new Congo Gorilla Forest exhibit, a $43 million, 6.5 acre African rain f
23.
Jeff Foxworthy: You Might Be a Comic If... (2001) as Executive Producer
Profile of comic Jeff Foxworthy.
24.
Haunted Maine (2001) as Executive Producer
Documentary about haunted locations in Maine. In Bucksport, a tomb dedicated to the town's founder bears the mark of a vengeful witch. In Bangor, a disgraced mayor roams the hallways of his home. A lighthouse on the island of Seguin is home to the spirit of its axe-murdering keeper.
25.
Haunted Rockies, The (2001) as Executive Producer
Documentary about haunted locations in the Colorado Rockies. In a Cripple Creek hotel, a woman hides room keys and toys with the lights of the room in which she died. In Buckskin Joe, the malevolent ghost of a miner haunts a structure once used for public hangings. The Denver mansion of the unsinkab
26.
Egypt: Beyond the Pyramids (2001) as Executive Producer
Documentary that enters the chambers of recently-excavated temples and tombs to reveal secrets that will challenge your perception of ancient Egypt. The program examines the Temple of Karnak and the tomb KV5; explores the lives of the pharoahs though the pyramids and hieroglyphics; and reveals how t
27.
Haunted Chicago (2001) as Executive Producer
Chicago has more than its fair share of haunted spirits. Victims of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre are said to haunt the site where the infamous murders took place. Clarence Darrow haunts the Museum of Science and Industry where his ashes were scattered. The program visits the most haunted graveya
28.
Civil War Battlefields (2001) as Executive Producer (Greystone Communications)
Explores several specific Civil War battlefield sites that are in danger of partial or total destruction.
29.
Battle Group: Halsey (2001) as Executive Producer
A look at the life and career of Admiral Bull Halsey, the man who led U.S. Naval forces in World War II. Audacious and gruff, Admiral Halsey's daring leadership inspired his men and put fear into the Japanese fleet. A review of his major battles and interviews with officers and sailors who served un
30.
Killers in the Water (2001) as Executive Producer
Documentary special reveals some of the generally unknown predators lurking off the shorelines in waters frequented by swimmers and surfers, including the cone snail, Humboldt squid and small blue-ringed octopus.
31.
Ted Nugent: The Motor City Madman (2001) as Executive Producer
The life of Ted Nugent, a consummate showman and guitarist who has been making music for over 30 years. Using no drugs and working very hard, Ted Nugent has released 29 albums and sold over 30 million. At age 53, Nugent still plays more than 200 concerts a year.
32.
Guns of WWII, The (2001) as Executive Producer
Documentary examines the specific fire arms used by Japan, Russia, Germany and the United States during World War II.
33.
Vera Wang: Attention to Detail (2001) as Executive Producer
Biography of fashion designer Vera Wang.
34.
Silent Service (2001) as Executive Producer
The story of the U.S. Navy submarine corps during World War II. From the depths of the Pacific to the frigid North Atlantic, the program profiles the men who lived and hunted under the sea, the submarines used and the tactics deployed to defeat the Axis Powers.
35.
Enforcers, The (2001) as Executive Producer
Documentary about America's protectors of justice in the war against crime. From the ATF to the DEA, the Texas Rangers to the Border Patrol, the program introduces the undercover agents, detectives and investigators who are in a constant battle against today's high-tech criminals.
36.
James Caan: Making a Scene (2001) as Executive Producer
Profile of actor James Caan.
37.
Unfinished Civil War, The (2001) as Executive Producer
Documentary about the thousands of weekend warriors who give up the creature comforts of modern life to don the blue and gray as they relive the glory and tragedy of the Civil War. The program takes stock of an unresolved divide between North and South, black and white, and illuminates contemporary
38.
Lost Dutchman Mine, The (2001) as Executive Producer
The Lost Dutchman Mine, a legend of the Southwest, has never been found -- that is, if it exists at all. In the late 1860s, Jacob Waltz, a German immigrant, claimed to have struck gold in Arizona, but all who accompanied him to the mine mysteriously disappeared. On his deathbed, under which lay 48 p
39.
Tracey Gold (2001) as Executive Producer
Profile of actress Tracey Gold.
40.
Haunted Caribbean (2001) as Executive Producer
Though the Caribbean is better known for its cruises and vacation resorts, many myths, legends and spirits haunt the islands.
41.
Peter Frampton: Alive Again (2001) as Executive Producer
Profile of singer Peter Frampton.
42.
Rick Springfield: Behind the Image (2001) as Executive Producer
The story of Rick Springfield, who sold 15 million records and after nearly 30 years in show business still performs with the reckless abandon of a 20-something Rock star. Concert footage, photos and interviews chronicle his early life in Australia and his career -- a path that has taken him from te
43.
Big House, The (2001) as Executive Producer
A look at some of America's most feared prisons. Part 1 examines Jefferson City. This correctional institution was closed in 1965 amid fears that it was leaking cyanide gas. Notorious inmates included James Earl Ray, who escaped from its walls and went on to kill Martin Luther King Jr.; gangster Pr
44.
Haunted London (2000) as Executive Producer
London is home to phantoms, ghosts and other unexplained phenomena dating back to the Dark Ages.
45.
Grand Ole Opry: 75 Years of America's Music, The (2000) as Executive Producer
Documentary that celebrates the 75th anniversary of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, which officially began on November 28, 1925. Includes clips from memorable moments and performances, interviews with country music artists and historians, and archival clips delving into the history of this legendary hom
46.
Alan Jackson (2000) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music artist Alan Jackson.
47.
Civil War Combat (2000) as Executive Producer
Documentary special that tells the true stories of four particularly brutal battles of the Civil War.
48.
Tora, Tora, Tora: The Real Story of Pearl Harbor (2000) as Executive Producer
The world was changed forever after the Japanese commander radioed his pilots the "Tora, Tora, Tora," go signal, unleashing a swarm of Japanese fighter planes that devastated the U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbor. December 7, 1941 began with an intricate and well-planned attack. But the shock and anger over
49.
Haunted Tombstone (2000) as Executive Producer
A town in the Arizona desert gave life to legends and death to those who wanted more. The program explores whether their haunted spirits still inhabit the dusty streets, rowdy saloons and bawdy dance halls of the most notorious town of the Wild West.
50.
Haunted Philadelphia (2000) as Executive Producer
The "City of Brotherly Love" is also home to the "City of Restless Spirits." Near Independence Hall, Philadelphia's founder William Penn strolls when the moon is full; Betsy Ross supposedly haunts the house in which she lived; and the cellars of the General Wayne Inn are called the "most haunted pla
51.
World War II Memorial, The (2000) as Executive Producer
Documentary that details the efforts to have a World War II memorial approved by Congress and features reflections about the war experience from vets who rose to greatness.
52.
Sex in the Civil War (2000) as Executive Producer
Chronicles the way sex was viewed in the 1860s by following the sexual practices of the men who fought in the Civil War. Traveling to battlefields and brothels, the program examines how soldiers felt about birth control, abortion, premarital sex and infidelity. It examines their ignorance of sexuall
53.
Life and Times of Angel Encounters (2000) as Executive Producer
People relate their real-life encounters with angels.
54.
Haunted Key West (2000) as Executive Producer
The program highlights stories about the haunting of Key West by Ernest Hemingway and the phantom who haunts Fort Zachary Taylor.
55.
U.S. Marshals (2000) as Executive Producer
Documentary that recounts the exploits of the U.S. Marshal Service, the oldest law enforcement agency in America. It has played important roles in almost every event in American history, from the Whiskey Rebellion of 1784 to the gangland wars of the Prohibition era, and the desegregation of the Sout
56.
Hulk Hogan: American Made (2000) as Executive Producer
Profile of professional wrestler and actor Terry Bollea, aka Hulk Hogan.
57.
Greatest Pharoahs, The (2000) as Executive Producer
Documentary outlining the lives and achievements of some of Egypts greatest pharoahs, including Seti I, Ramses II, Akhenaten, Hatshepsut and Cleopatra.
58.
Haunted Edinburgh (2000) as Executive Producer
The program highlights stories about what some regard is the most haunted city in the United Kingdom. Steeped in mystery, murder and mayhem, Edinburgh's legacy is plagued by invasion, disease and persecution.
59.
Haunted Nevada (2000) as Executive Producer
The program highlights haunted stories of Nevada. For over a century, Nevada has drawn those seeking quick riches, whether in search of gold or at the casino. Many of these dreamers have never left -- even after their deaths. The program explores the fact and folklore behind the spooky tales related
60.
Haunted Hollywood (2000) as Executive Producer
On the ninth floor of the Roosevelt Hotel, the ghost of an actor paces the halls going over his lines. In a movie studio, lights swing and turn themselves on long after workers have gone home. At Hollywood's oldest cemetery, ghostly apparitions wander the graveyard.
61.
Randy Travis: Keeping the Tradition (2000) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music artist Randy Travis.
62.
Buck Owens: Acting Naturally (2000) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music artist Buck Owens.
63.
Merle Haggard (2000) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music artist Merle Haggard.
64.
UFOs: Then and Now (2000) as Executive Producer
Special that chronicles the history of UFO sightings from ancient cave paintings to modern close encounters and man's attempt to make first contact with alien species out in the distant heavens.
65.
Mark Goodson: Will the Real Mark Goodson Please Stand Up? (2000) as Executive Producer
Profile of game show producer Mark Goodson.
66.
Nazi Ghost Train (2000) as Executive Producer
In October 1944, a train packed with Nazi prisoners made up of resistance workers, allied evaders and other political undesirables left Brussels for Germany. But it never reached its final destination. The Belgium Resistance and the train crew devised a series of acts of sabotage to ensure that the
67.
Clint Black: A Better Man (2000) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music star Clint Black.
68.
True Story of the Bridge on the River Kwai, The (2000) as Executive Producer
Documentary that looks at the true story behind David Lean's 1957 film "Bridge on the River Kwai." Over 65,000 Allied prisoners battled torture, starvation and diseases to hack the 250-mile Thailand-Burma Railway through the harsh jungles of Southeast Asia in only 14 months, thousands losing their l
69.
East Jersey State (2000) as Executive Producer
Documentary about East Jersey State Prison. In 1901, it opened as a reform school for youthful offenders. In 1948, idealism gave way to reality and Rahway was turned into a maximum security prison for the toughest prisoners in the state. Among its alumni is boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter. East Jerse
70.
Hedda Hopper: Hollywood's Gossip Queen (2000) as Executive Producer
Profile of Hedda Hopper, a woman born Elda Furry who became one of the most influential and controversial icons of Hollywood gossip.
71.
Haunted Savannah (2000) as Executive Producer
Some seven million tourists visit Savannah annually, but many unquiet spirits lurk in the city every night. The program reveals the 18th century pirate who haunts the city's oldest restaurant, the phantom soldiers who still man Fort Jackson and slaves who moan and clank chains at the city's waterfro
72.
Life and Times of Ricky Skaggs, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music artist Ricky Skaggs.
73.
Life and Times of The Dukes of Hazzard, The (1999) as Executive Producer
A look at the television series "The Dukes of Hazzard," which aired on CBS from 1979-1985. Includes interviews with cast and crew.
74.
Roman War Machine (1999) as Executive Producer
A look at the Roman army, a highly structured, highly organized fighting machine that left a great legacy to military campaigns for the next thousand years. The program traces the army's history from its establishment in 300 BC to 9 AD, when the German chief Akininis destroyed three legions of the R
75.
Big House: Leavenworth, The (1999) as Executive Producer
An inside-the-walls look at the story of Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary, located in Kansas.
76.
Everly Brothers, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Biography about Don and Phil Everly -- the musical duo known as the Everly Brothers. The program recounts their rise to fame, their breakup and their reunion upon being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
77.
Life and Times of the Cash Family, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music icon and patriarch Johnny Cash, as seen through the eyes of his family.
78.
Haunted History (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary about famous haunted landmarks of the United States and the world's waterways.
79.
What If? (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary that looks at history as seen through the looking glass, recounting great, terrible and infamous twists of history and how a moment, an accident or a crucial decision could have changed the future.
80.
Reba McEntire (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music star Reba McEntire.
81.
Life and Times of Diamond Rio, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of country band Diamond Rio -- Marty Roe, Jimmy Olander, Gene Johnson, Brian Prout, Dana Williams and Dan Truman.
82.
Intimate Portrait: Mae West (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of the life and career of provocative entertainer Mae West, who went from vaudeville, to the Ziegfeld Follies, to leading roles in Hollywood films.
83.
Mountain Men (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary based on a book by Robert Utley, the former chief historian of the National Park Service, that looks at the American mountain men of the early 19th century. The small but distinctive group included trappers and traders such as Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, Tom Fitzpatrick and Jedediah Smith.
84.
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: Lord of the Ring (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of professional wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.
85.
Life and Times of Sonny Bono, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of songwriter, performer and politician Sonny Bono.
86.
Bounty Hunters: Relentless Pursuers (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary about the bounty hunters who slip through the cracks of law enforcement, hired to track down criminals who have jumped bail. They got their start in medieval England, and have been protected by a Supreme Court ruling for 150 years in the U.S. One of the first and most famous bounty hunte
87.
Annie Oakley: Crack Shot in Petticoats (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of folk hero Annie Oakley (1860-1926), who gained fame as a star performer with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Highlights include Annie's shooting match with Frank Butler, the man who would become her husband; her adoption by Sitting Bull; her libel suit against William Randolph Hearst; and
88.
Big House: Sing Sing, The (1999) as Executive Producer
An inside-the-walls look at the story of Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, New York.
89.
Gettysburg: Victory at All Costs (1999) as Executive Producer
A documentary about one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War, which took place from July 1-3, 1863, in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
90.
True Story of the Screaming Eagles: The 101st Airborne, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary that tells the story of the 101st Airborne, one of the Army's most decorated divisions. First formed during World War I as the 101st division, it became the 101st Airborne in World War II. The 101st stormed the beaches at Normandy, fought in Operation Market Garden and was instrumental i
91.
Bob Barker: Master of Ceremonies (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of Bob Barker, the host of the longest running game show in television history, "The Price Is Right."
92.
Judds, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music artists Naomi Judd and daughter Wynonna.
93.
Big House: Folsom, The (1999) as Executive Producer
An inside-the-walls look at the story of Folsom Prison. Folsom Prison opened in 1880 and experienced the first of many escapes that same year. Designed for habitual felons and incorrigibles doing hard time, its violent history includes 93 hangings between 1895 and 1937.
94.
Life and Times of Rick Springfield, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of singer/songwriter/actor Rick Springfield.
95.
Weapons at War (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the varieties of weapons used in warfare throughout history.
96.
George Jones: The King of Heartbreak (1999) as Executive Producer
Profile of country singer George Jones.
97.
Osmonds: Pure and Simple, The (1999) as Executive Producer
Biography of the Osmond family.
98.
Defeat at Waterloo: Napolean vs. Wellington (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary that details the 1815 battle at Waterloo, between the French, lead by Napolean Bonaparte, and the British, lead by the Duke of Wellington.
99.
True Story of the Big Red One, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Documentary about the 1st Division of the United States Army, called "The Big Red One" because of the red numeral uniform patch.
100.
Italians in America (1998) as Executive Producer
Documentary about the Italian-American experience over more than five hundred years.
101.
Life and Times of Jim Croce, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of singer/songwriter/guitarist Jim Croce, who died in an airplane crash at the age of 30, on September 30, 1973.
102.
Life and Times of Owen Bradley, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of music producer Owen Bradley (1915-1998).
103.
Life and Times of Pam Tillis: The Platinum Series, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music star Pam Tillis.
104.
Hank Williams: The Lonesome Heart of Country (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music star Hank Williams.
105.
Life and Times of Tammy Wynette, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of country music legend Tammy Wynette.
106.
Barbara Mandrell: Country's Do-Right Woman (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of country music star Barbara Mandrell.
107.
Life and Times of Sawyer Brown: The Platinum Series, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of five-member country music group Sawyer Brown.
108.
History of Southern Gospel Music, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Documentary explores the history of Southern Gospel music. Part 1 traces the music's history from the influence of the Great Revival in the early 19th century to the expansion of the Sacred Harp system into the seven-shape note system after the Civil War. Part 2 documents the passage of Southern Gos
109.
Tammy Wynette (1998) as Executive Producer
Profile of the late country music star Tammy Wynette.
110.
Life and Times of Darrell Waltrip, The (1997) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of three-time NASCAR Winston Cup Champion, Darrell Waltrip. Interviews with Waltrip and other top motorsports drivers are featured.
111.
Life and Times of the Judds, The (1997) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of country music duo, the Judds.
112.
Life and Times of The Oak Ridge Boys, The (1997) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of country music stars, The Oak Ridge Boys. Includes interviews with current and former group members.
113.
Life and Times of Carl Perkins, The (1997) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of singer/songwriter/musician Carl Perkins.
114.
Life and Times of Willie Nelson, The (1997) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of country music star, Willie Nelson.
115.
Life and Times of Bob Wills, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the life and career of western swing musician Bob Wills.
116.
Life and Times of Lefty Frizzell (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the life and career of Lefty Frizzell.
117.
Where Are All the UFOs? (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary examining the phenomena of UFOs.
118.
Life and Times of Bill Monroe, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the life and career of bluegrass musician Bill Monroe.
119.
Life and Times of Ernest Tubb, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the life and career of country singer Ernest Tubb.
120.
Life & Times of Minnie Pearl, The (1996) as Executive Producer (Greystone)
Documentary on the life and career of country singer Minnie Pearl.
121.
Intimate Portrait: Eva Peron (1996) as Executive Producer
Portrait of Eva Peron, wife of Argentine Dictator Juan Peron.
122.
Story of the Gun, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Historical, cultural and technical exploration of the evolution of the gun. Featuring expert interviews, art artifacts, archival photographs and film clips.
123.
Life and Times of the Everly Brothers, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the lives and careers of the Everly Brothers, the rock 'n' roll duo who had strong roots in country music.
124.
Life and Times of Kenny Rogers, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of country music star, Kenny Rogers. The special features performance footage, photographs and interviews with duet partners, friends and family.
125.
Life and Times of Dottie West, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the life and career of country singer Dottie West.
126.
Life and Times of Tennessee Ernie Ford, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of Tennessee Ernie Ford, the first country star to have his own primetime network television series. The special features home movies and interviews with friends and family.
127.
Mummies! Tales From the Egyptian Crypts (1996) as Executive Producer
Documentary exploring the physical remnants of the funeral customs in ancient Egyptian civilizations. The first segment visits the pyramids and the sphinx. The second segment focuses on King Tutankhamen's Tomb and hieroglyphs.
128.
Audie Murphy: Great American Hero (1996) as Executive Producer
Biographical documentary of America's most decorated World War II hero, Audie Murphy.
129.
Life and Times of Gary Cooper, The (1995) as Executive Producer
Documentary biography of actor Gary Cooper.
130.
Last Days of World War II, The (1995) as Executive Producer
Documentary recounting the last days of Hitler's Third Reich.
131.
Lincoln Assassination, The (1995) as Executive Producer
Historical documentary about the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
132.
Life and Times of Hank Williams, The (1995) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the life and career of country music singer and songwriter Hank Williams.
133.
Life & Times of Conway Twitty, The (1995) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the life and career of late country singer Conway Twitty.
134.
Life and Times of Marty Robbins, The (1995) as Executive Producer
Documentary on the life and career of country singer Marty Robbins, compiled from family movies, snapshots, concert footage and anecdotes from family, friends and admirers.
135.
Bette Davis: If Looks Could Kill (1994) as Executive Producer
Profile of actress Bette Davis, through clips from her most memorable films and interviews with friends.
136.
Titanic (1994) as Executive Producer
Two-part documentary on the 1912 sinking of the passenger liner "Titanic" -- through photos, films, diaries, and interviews with survivors and experts -- and the aftermath of the disaster.
137.
Angels: The Mysterious Messengers (1994) as Executive Producer
A special examining the phenomenon of angels.
138.
Angels II: Beyond the Light (1994) as Executive Producer
A special examining America's fascination with angels. Includes first-person accounts by individuals who say they have experienced the healing power of angels or the power of guardian angels. Artists and celebrities also discuss the influence of angels in their lives. Hosted by Stefanie Powers.
139.
Hitchcock: Alfred the Great (1994) as Executive Producer
Documentary profile of director Alfred Hitchcock. Includes interviews with acquaintances and clips from many of his movies.
140.
D-Day: The Total Story (1994) as Executive Producer
A three-part documentary on the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe in June 1944.
141.
American Revolution, The (1994) as Executive Producer
Three-part documentary series on the American Revolution, featuring dramatic re-enactments of battles of the War.
142.
Defense Rests: A Tribute to Raymond Burr, The (1993) as Executive Producer
A special chronicling the life and career of the late Raymond Burr. Also included are clips and interviews with some fo Burr's co-stars.
143.
Real Life Heroes (1991) as Co-Producer
A special featuring dramatic reenactments of people who have performed heroic acts. Includes interviews with those involved.
144.
Hitler: The Man and the Myth (1989) as Executive Producer
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.
145.
Pearl Harbor (1989) as Executive Producer
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.
146.
Conquering Pain (1989) as Producer
A "LifeQuest" special dealing with the treatment of pain. The focus is on key areas such as headaches, sports-related injuries, back pain and arthritis.
147.
Fashion Report, The (1987) as Executive Producer
A series offering beauty tips, advice and fashion previews.
148.
Monthly Fashion Report (1987) as Executive Producer
A montly series offering a mix of fashion news, trends and reports.
149.
Hollywood Close-Up (1985) as Executive Producer
The program, patterned after "Entertainment Tonight," relates information about current films and their stars.

Title Design (special)

150.
Gettysburg: Victory at All Costs (1999) as Main Title Designer
A documentary about one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War, which took place from July 1-3, 1863, in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Assistant Direction (special)

151.
Killers in the Water (2001) as Assistant Director
Documentary special reveals some of the generally unknown predators lurking off the shorelines in waters frequented by swimmers and surfers, including the cone snail, Humboldt squid and small blue-ringed octopus.
152.
Battle Group: Halsey (2001) as Assistant Director
A look at the life and career of Admiral Bull Halsey, the man who led U.S. Naval forces in World War II. Audacious and gruff, Admiral Halsey's daring leadership inspired his men and put fear into the Japanese fleet. A review of his major battles and interviews with officers and sailors who served un

Film Production - Main (special)

153.
Civil War Combat (2000) as Associate Director
Documentary special that tells the true stories of four particularly brutal battles of the Civil War.
154.
Greatest Pharoahs, The (2000) as Associate Director
Documentary outlining the lives and achievements of some of Egypts greatest pharoahs, including Seti I, Ramses II, Akhenaten, Hatshepsut and Cleopatra.
155.
Gettysburg: Victory at All Costs (1999) as Associate Director
A documentary about one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War, which took place from July 1-3, 1863, in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
156.
Defeat at Waterloo: Napolean vs. Wellington (1999) as Associate Director
Documentary that details the 1815 battle at Waterloo, between the French, lead by Napolean Bonaparte, and the British, lead by the Duke of Wellington.
157.
Napoleon and Wellington (1997) as Associate Director
Documentary on the most famous battle in history, the 1815 battle of Waterloo, where the French were led by Napoleon Bonaparte and the British were led by Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington.
158.
Story of the Gun, The (1996) as Associate Director
Historical, cultural and technical exploration of the evolution of the gun. Featuring expert interviews, art artifacts, archival photographs and film clips.
159.
Mummies! Tales From the Egyptian Crypts (1996) as Associate Director
Documentary exploring the physical remnants of the funeral customs in ancient Egyptian civilizations. The first segment visits the pyramids and the sphinx. The second segment focuses on King Tutankhamen's Tomb and hieroglyphs.
160.
Angels: The Mysterious Messengers (1994) as Associate Director
A special examining the phenomenon of angels.

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