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Born: May 29, 1942 Cause of Death:
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Director (feature film)

1.
El Sol y la Luna (1987) as Director
Her deepening affair with a separatist spurs a wealthy Manhattanite to return to the Bronx, where she grew up, and reevaluate her Puerto Rican cultural roots.
2.
Violins Came With The Americans, The (1986)
Leaving her middle class life and husband in Manhattan, Annie moves back to live with her family in the South Bronx. Living once again in the place where she was raised, she gets involved with working for the welfare of the tenants, and falls in love with an attorney who works for Puerto Rican indep

Cast (feature film)

3.
Is That a Gun in Your Pocket? (2016)
If there's one thing the men of Rockford, Texas love as much as their women, it's their guns. But life in this idyllic town is turned upside-down when a gun incident at a neighborhood school spurs stay-at-home mom Jenna to rethink Rockford's obsessive gun culture. Much to the chagrin of her husband
4.
American Loser (2007)
Money can't buy love, and Jeff admittedly needs some help in that department. A walking mess from the Upper East Side of Manhattan, he needs someone to help him get it together. Enter Lynn - a hot, blonde gold-digger who has many reasons to give him the push he needs.
5.
Invincible (2006)
It''s every sports fan''s wildest, craziest fantasy, the chance to play on the field and go toe-to-toe with the larger-than-life heroes they idolize. Yet, in 1976, this seemingly fairy-tale scenario happened in real life. It was then that Vince Papale, a 30-year-old teacher and part-time bartender with little football experience other than being a season ticket-holder, entered the unprecedented public tryouts for his NFL favorites, the Philadelphia Eagles, and defied all expectations. Not only did Papale make the team--he remade the team, helping to inspire them to break through their 11-season losing and streak and rediscover their winning spirit. In the bicentennial year of 1976, Papale lived out the dreams of a city and a nation by taking on the impossible with an unsinkable attitude and becoming the NFL''s most unlikely rookie ever.
6.
Gods and Generals (2003)
An epic portrayal charting the early years of the Civil War in early 1861; the tale continues through 1863, climaxing with the famous Battle of Chancellorsville. Along the way it illuminates heroes from both sides of the war, such as Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, a professor at Maine''s Bowdoin College who gave up a promising academic career to enlist in the Union army, then went on to become one of the North''s finest military leaders; Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee, a distinguished 25-year veteran of the United States Army and native Virginian, forced to choose between allegiance to his country and loyalty to his home state; and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, a devoutly religious man whose faith and courage and audacity made him an outstanding soldier and Lee''s most trusted lieutenant. The tremendous suffering and bravery of the Civil War was not confined to the battlefields. Also explored are the stories of the wives and families who were forced to assume responsibility at home, often in cities under direct attack from the opposition. Joshua Chamberlain''s wife Fanny, Thomas Jackson''s wife Anna and Jane Beale, whose family was caught in the Battle of Fredericksburg, reflect the spirit, courage and anxiety of those who were left behind.
7.
Mark Twain (2001)
Profile of American literary icon Mark Twain (1835-1910). Part 1 covers his early life on the Mississippi River, and concludes with the publication of "Huckleberry Finn." Part 2 begins in 1885; Twain's unfortunate business ventures depletes his wealth and forces him into lecture tours and virtual ex
8.
Black Knight (2001)
Fast-talking con-man Jamal Walker has big-time plans--but for now he's stuck in a menial job at a medieval theme park. After slipping into the park's fetid "moat," Jamal finds himself in 14th century England--a world of knights in shining armor, a wicked king and damsels in distress. The Middle Ages
9.
Two Family House (2000)
Set in Staten Island circa 1956, Buddy Visalo is a factory worker and frustrated singer who once had a shot at the big time, but whose dreams of greatness have been reduced to an endless series of failed money-making schemes. His latest is to buy a two-family house for himself and his wife, Estelle,
10.
Thirteen Days (2000)
As viewed through the eyes of a presidential aide, an inside look at the intense high stakes battle that raged within the U.S. government -- between the Kennedys, the CIA and the Pentagon -- as the world stood at the brink of nuclear war. The true story focuses on how President Kennedy, his brother Bobby, and the U.S. government responded to the discovery of offensive nuclear weapons in Cuba--and the life-or-death tug-of-war that ensued between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. during those thirteen days of crisis in October 1962. The political saga moves from battles in the White House to the skies above Cuba, where U.S. planes dodge Soviet fire; to the high seas, where a showdown between the U.S. and Soviet naval ships threatens to trigger war; to the massive military preparations that presage war.
11.
Mercury Rising (1998)
A teenage autistic savant inadvertantly uncovers a secret code for the National Security Agency and with the help of an FBI agent finds safety.
12.
Calm at Sunset (1996)
A young man drops out of college to pursue his dream of owning a fishing boat as his father and grandfather did, even though this dream means disappointing his parents and losing his girlfriend. While working aboard a scallop fishing boat, he learns a shameful secret about his father's past, which u
13.
Stupids, The (1996)
When Stanley Stupid and his spirited wife Joan wake up to find their garbage stolen right out of the can--again--Stanley vows not to take it anymore! Is nothing sacred? But oh what a tangled web we weave when we are a Stupid. In his effort to get to the bottom of this heinous crime, Stanley lays a cunning trap to lure back the thieves. As expected, they take the bait, and he follows their getaway truck to the dump where he inadvertently stumbles on a covert weapons deal led by a couple of military men gone bad. Completely oblivious to what the Colonel and his sidekick are up to, Stanley believes there is a more sinister element at work here--that a diabolical figure from his past is behind the theft of all that fine garbage people have worked so hard to create. When the Stupids set-out to track down the criminal, they unravel an even greater conspiriacy involving aliens, the food service industry, international terrorists, a local newspaper, the police and, the post office.
14.
Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (1996) as Jonathan Walker
The founder of virtual reality, Dr. Benjamin Trace, has lost a legal battle to secure a patent on the most powerful worldwide communications chip ever invented. Touted as the one operating system to control all others, in the wrong hands the "Chiron Chip" has the potential to dominate a society dependent on computers. When corporate tycoon and virtual reality entrepreneur Jonathan Walker takes over development of the Chiron Chip, he turns to computer genius Jobe to complete construction of the omnipotent semiconductor. But as Jobe moves closer to finishing the task, he develops his own nefarious agenda--to seize control of Walker''s network, and ultimately reign over the world''s computers. Only one man can stop him before he carries out his diabolical scheme. Trace joins forces with a teenage computer hacker and Walker''s chief scientist to foil the ruthless madman while dodging his dangerous and deadly wrath.
15.
Looking for Richard (1996)
Moving from New York's streets to London's reconstructed Globe Theater, and talking with everyone from strangers encountered by chance to scholars and celebrated actors, Al Pacino serves as the voluble, mercurial center of a film that interweaves commentary on Shakespeare with analysis of, rehearsal
16.
Quick and the Dead, The (1995)
Set in the Old West, a woman seeks revenge on the man who killed her father.
17.
Gettysburg (1993)
The beleaguered Union Army faces off with the Confederacy in a battle that could change the course of the Civil War.
18.
Breaking the Silence (1992)
An attorney defends a teenage boy accused of murdering his abusive father and in the process must come to grips with his own secrets about his past relationship with his mother.
19.
Jennifer Eight (1992)
A police detective connects a series of brutal murders and falls in love with the killer's next victim; a young, blind woman he has sworn to protect.
20.
Man Upstairs, The (1992)
A relationship evolves between a jewel thief who escapes from jail and a cranky, upper-class woman from Northern California.
21.
One Good Cop (1991)
The story of a Manhattan detective who takes charge of his partner's children, when his longtime friend and partner is killed in the line of duty.
22.
Rambling Rose (1991)
A warmly comic drama set in the South in 1935 about a housemaid''s sensual effect on the oddball family she works for.
23.
When Will I Be Loved? (1990)
Three woman meet by chance in a divorce lawyer's office, become friends and help each other through their divorces.
24.
Jesse (1988) as Ken Brand
Based on the true story, a nurse is indicted for administering medical treatment without a license in an isolated California town in Death Valley.
25.
Homeboy (1988)
A boxer gets into the ring with a little help from the mob.
26.
El Sol y la Luna (1987)
Her deepening affair with a separatist spurs a wealthy Manhattanite to return to the Bronx, where she grew up, and reevaluate her Puerto Rican cultural roots.
27.
Flashpoint (1984)
28.
Something About Amelia (1984)
Controversial, highly publicized drama about incest, spotlighted at the time as TV''s "last taboo," with Ted Danson -- as far from his "Cheers" character of Sam Malone as imaginable -- playing the father accused by his teenage daughter of having sex with her. Original, more exploitive title was "Daddy''s Little Girl." Emmy Award nominations included Outstanding Drama Special, actor, actress, supporting actress (Zal), director, writer, composer and film editor.
29.
Attack on Fear (1984) as Richard Ofshe
A pair of married small-town journalists take on the controversial Synanon organization with their expose forcing a government investigation and winning for them a Pulitzer Prize. Filmed in June of 1982 under the title "The Light on Synanon," it was based on the book of that name by Dave and Cathy M
30.
Funhouse, The (1981) as Barker
Although her father forbid it, teenage Amy goes to a carnival with her boyfriend Buzz, her best friend Liz, and her boyfriend, Richie. The two couples have a great time all day, then call their parents and lie so that they can spend the night in the funhouse. Then after they see one of the employees murder a woman, they try to get out, find that the funhouse is locked, and realize that they are in terrible danger.
31.
Paradise Alley (1978)
The three Carboni brothers struggle to escape poverty in New York''s Hell''s Kitchen during the 1940s. Victor is a brawny iceman, Lenny an injured war veteran, and Cosmo is a slick con man. Cosmo decides that their best bet to get out of the slums is Victor''s strength and talks his slow-witted brother into participating in a series of punishing wrestling matches. As Victor begins to have some success as "Kid Salami," his rise to the top is threatened by a local gangster who schedules a 22-round fight between him and his vicious wrestler, "Frankie the Thumper."
32.
F.I.S.T. (1978)
A small-time union member trades his integrity for power within the organization.
33.
Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye (1977) as David F Powers
The dramatization of a chapter in the best-selling book, focusing on young John Kennedy's first run for office as he sought a congressional seat in 1946.
34.
Deadliest Season, The (1977) as George Graff
A professional hockey player, compelled by his drive to succeed and by financial pressures to adopt a more aggressive playing style, gets involved with violence on the ice, resulting in the death of a player and a manslaughter charge against him.
35.
Mr. Inside/Mr. Outside (1973)
Two New York cops, one losing an arm in a shootout, buck the system to track a foreign embassy official in their efforts to bust a drug ring in this pilot for a prospective series.
36.
Shamus (1973)
A free-living private eye searches for stolen diamonds.

Cast (special)

37.
Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony (1999)
Documentary on Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the fight for women's suffrage. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was the daughter of a wealthy attorney and former Revolutionary War hero. She married and had seven children. Susan B. Anthony was from a disciplined Quaker background and chose never t
38.
Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery (1997)
The story of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and their famous 1803 journey up the Missouri River on what was the United States' first official exploration into unknown territories. Lewis and Clark and their large crew, including Clark's slave, York, and a young Shoshone woman named Sacagawea, com
39.
Warning: Medicine May Be Hazardous To Your Health (1988)
An "America Undercover" presentation providing information on a wide range of potentially harmful medical practices, from unreliable medical tests and unnecessary hysterectomies, to the hidden dangers of prescription drug interactions, vitamins and radiation. The program also covers child health car
40.
Saint Gaudens: Masque of the Golden Bowl (1988) as Stanford White
A dramatization of the life of sculptor Augustus Saint Gauden, drawing on his unpublished autobiography as well as writings of friends and collaborators.
41.
Firm, The (1983)
The cases of Martin Barry and Grace Harmon, a father-daughter criminal law team based in New York City. The pilot episode, a rather realistic look at police work and the day-to-day maneuvering among professionals in the criminal justice system, depicts Martin and Grace's defense of Dick Albright, a
42.
Elephant Man, The (1982)
A television adaptation of Bernard Pomerance's play about John Merrick, a hideously deformed man saved from a circus freak show by a kindly physician, who selflessly cares for him but nonetheless finds limits to his own compassion and understanding.
43.
Scarlet Letter, The (1979) as Roger Chillingsworth
A four-part series, set in Boston in the mid-1600s, that tells the passionate story of Hester Prynne, a seamstress who, convicted of adultery, must wear a scarlet letter "A" displayed prominently on the front of her dress, marking her as an adultress and consigning her to lifelong shame. The tale, b
44.
Rx for the Defense (1973)
The story of Zach Clinton, a doctor turned attorney who works for a law firm that specializes in cases involving the medical profession. In the pilot, Clinton attempts to help free famed professor of medicine Daniel Kemper from a psychiatric hospital after his wife has him committed following an all

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

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Larry McMurtry's Streets of Laredo (1995)
The third installment in the "Lonesome Dove" saga features Woodrow F. Call, now a wizened bounty hunter, hired to track down and kill brilliant young Mexican bandit, Joey Garza.
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49.
Rage of Angels (1983) as Ken Bailey
In this lavish two-part, four-hour adaptation of Sidney Sheldon's racy novel, Jaclyn Smith is a beautiful young lawyer who overcomes a mob frame-up while working as an assistant D.A. to become a top defense attorney, while juggling romantic affairs with a married political hopeful (Ken Howard) and a

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

51.
Sally Hemings: An American Scandal (2000)
Miniseries that tells the story of the 38-year relationship between Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, and his slave mistress Sally Hemings. Set against the backdrop of pivotal events in our nation's early history, the drama explores not only the love story between Hemings a

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