skip navigation
Overview for Alan Barnette
Alan Barnette

Alan Barnette

| VIEW ALL

TCM Messageboards
Post your comments here
ADD YOUR COMMENT>

share:

TCM Archive Materials VIEW ALL ARCHIVES (0)

Also Known As: Died:
Born: Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: Producer ...
RATE AND COMMENT

COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Producer (feature film)

1.
Hitchcock (2012)
The true-story behind the difficult production of the famed Alfred Hitchcock classic, which brings insight to Hitchcock's fascination with the real-life serial killer who served as the inspiration for Norman Bates.
2.
Love and Treason (2001)
A naval officer finds herself ensnarled in a vengeful and deadly plot involving military secrets when her husband, an officer turned traitor, escapes from prison. After Kate Timmons makes the painful decision to turn in her husband, Eli Dixon, and divorce him, she is demoted and spends years trying
3.
Resurrection (1999)
Television movie based on the 1980 film of the same name about a woman who develops healing powers after an automobile accident. Clare Walker and her husband are in an automobile accident that kills him and leaves Clare's legs paralyzed. Moments after the accident, Clare experiences a vision -- a ne
4.
Devil's Child, The (1997) as Executive Producer
As a young girl, Nikki DeMarco surprised the medical community by surviving a horrific accident which left her unable to bear children. Now, when Nikki discovers she is pregnant, she also learns that her survival came with a price --- her mother made a bargain with the devil and the miracle child th
5.
Fight For Justice: The Nancy Conn Story (1995) as Co-Executive Producer
A woman who survives a brutal attack is stalked when her assailant escapes from prison. She assists in his capture for a second time, only to find out several years later that he is up for parole and is still seeking vengeance. Realizing the court system cannot keep her completely safe, she fights b
6.
Man Who Wouldn't Die, The (1995)
A down-on-his-luck novelist teams up with a psychic to track down the notorious villain whose real-life crimes had previously been material for the author's books.
7.
Dead Air (1994)
A disc jockey is plagued by nightmares of his girlfriend's murder and taunted by phone calls from someone who may be the killer. When he sleeps with a woman who is later found murdered, he becomes the prime suspect. With the aid of the dead girlfriend's sister, he ultimately discovers the identity o
8.
Blindsided (1993)
An ex-cop is temporarily blinded when he steals cash from a money laundering operations. While recuperating in Mexico, the thief falls in love with a beautiful woman who has underworld connections. When the girl disappears, he returns to the United States to find her, risking death from the gangster
9.
Broken Cord, The (1992) as Producer
A television movie adapted from writer Michael Dorris's account of how his adopted Sioux Indian son was born brain-damaged due to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
10.
White Lie (1991)
A New York City mayoral aide returns to his Southern hometown to investigate the lynching of his father back in 1961.
11.
Red Wind (1991) as Executive Producer
A patient misconstrues her psychiatrist's advice and gruesomely murders her own abusive husband.
12.
Murder 101 (1991)
A professor of English, renown for penning mysteries, finds himself framed after a school assignment leads to murder.
13.
Curiosity Kills (1990)
A struggling photographer uncovers a deadly secret concerning the death of a neighbor and the new occupant of his apartment, a hired killer.
14.
Somebody Has to Shoot the Picture (1990)
A photographer is hired to take a pictures of a condemned man at the moment of his death. When the execution is stayed, he gets caught in a race against time to solve a seven-year-old murder.
15.
Dancer's Touch, The (1989) as Producer
The first of twelve television movies starring Burt Reynolds as B.L. Stryker, a retired New Orleans policeman, who moves to Florida to start a new career as a private investigator in Palm Beach, where his lifestyle and principles clash with the powers that be. He is pursued by a killer with a twiste
16.
Blind Chess (1989) as Producer
Detective B.L. Stryker takes on two new clients, a man and a woman who are both in jail, in love, and being stalked by an unknown killer.
17.
King of Jazz, The (1989)
A Middle Eastern terrorists finds a target in an exclusive part of Palm Beach -- a monarch who has sought refuge in the United States. Meanwhile, Detective B.L. Stryker accidentally discovers that he is in the middle of an intricately planned FBI undercover operation.
18.
Auntie Sue (1989)
Detective B.L. Stryker's Auntie Sue has a grand but illegal plan to leave the Sunnydale Retirement Home with two close friends and take up housekeeping in an old mansion that is up for sale. She asks her nephew to make the deal with the real estate people.
19.
Royal Gambit (1989) as Producer
A childhood friend of Private Investigator B.L. Stryker insists that he serve as her personal protector after she has survived assassination attempts. After dinner aboard the royal yacht, the Queen of Al Jalal, whom Stryker remembers as his childhood playmate, Carolann "Punky" Dunhurst, goes ashore
20.
Off Limits (1988)
Set in 1968 Vietnam, military police are on the trail of a high-ranking military officer who has been killing prostitutes.
21.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985) as Co-Producer
Recast and redirected recreations of four classic tales from the landmark "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" of three TV decades earlier, with introductions by a computer colorized Hitchcock himself (and voice-over narration by John Huston), comprised this television-movie anthology which became the pilot
22.
Streets of Justice (1985)
Following the killing of his wife and son by brutal bikers, a young auto worker becomes a self-appointed avenger who metes out justice to criminals roaming the streets.
23.
Nightmares (1983)

Please support TCMDB by adding to this information.

Click here to contribute