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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Munsters' Scary Little Christmas, The (1996) as Invisible Man
Christmas movie featuring a reunion of characters from "The Munsters," the CBS series which was broadcast from 1964 to 1966. This bizarre family includes a vampire mom, a young werewolf son, a father that looks like Frankenstein, a mad scientist grandpa, and a niece, who although normal in her appea

Misc. Crew (feature film)

2.
Ski School (1991)
Two ski instructors compete to jobs and women.

Cinematography (special)

3.
Legendary Lighthouses II (2001)
An exploration of lighthouses found on the rugged coast of Alaska, the shoreline of Hawaii, the vast eastern Great Lakes and the "hurricane alley" of the Gulf of Mexico.
4.
Road to Bloody Sunday: How the Troubles in Northern Ireland Began, The (1999)
Focuses on the turbulent period from 1968 to 1972 in Northern Ireland and untangles the events that led to the day on Sunday, January 30, 1972 when 13 unarmed men and boys were shot to death by British soldiers.
5.
Rose City Remembered: Stories of Lost Portland (1998) as Videographer
Documentary about Portland, Oregon -- the Pacific Northwest's "Rose City." Portlanders remember days gone by and what was forsaken for the booming metropolis Portland has become today.
6.
Return to the Lion's Den (1998) as Camera
In 1985, Terry Anderson, a reporter and the Middle East Bureau chief for the Associated Press in Lebanon, was taken hostage by Shi'ite radicals and held captive for nearly seven years. He returns to the land of his imprisonment and reviews the causes of violence and intolerance in Lebanon.
7.
Plane Crazy (1998)
Three-part special in which Bob Cringely, a computer industry gossip columnist, attempts to design, build and fly a plane in 30 days.

Writer (special)

8.
Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet (1998)
PBS on-line columnist Robert X. Cringely explains how a small group of computer specialists who called themselves "The Nerds" wired their computers together to create the Internet and how it has developed into a forum for worldwide communications and marketing.

Editing (special)

9.
Road to Bloody Sunday: How the Troubles in Northern Ireland Began, The (1999)
Focuses on the turbulent period from 1968 to 1972 in Northern Ireland and untangles the events that led to the day on Sunday, January 30, 1972 when 13 unarmed men and boys were shot to death by British soldiers.
10.
1968: The Year That Shaped a Generation (1998)
Examines the political and social landscapes of 1968 by combining archival footage with interviews of many key witnesses of the year's pivotal events, including the Tet Offensive in Vietnam, the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy, the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia and th

Film Production - Main (special)

11.
Electric Money (2001)
Documentary that explores how the digital revolution has completely transformed virtually every sort of financial activity. The program travels from the financial centers of London to the wireless capital of the world, Helsinki, and from Silicon Valley to Wall Street, introducing viewers to the visi
12.
Sinking the Lusitania (2001)
The RMS "Lusitania" was the most luxurious and impressive passenger liner of its day. When the ship set sail on a rainy spring morning in 1915, those aboard expected a routine transatlantic voyage from New York to Liverpool. Instead, their journey ended in a tragedy that laid bare the savagery of 20
13.
American South By Rail, The (2000)
Documentary that examines the history and tradition of the South by traveling the rails. The rail adventure begins along the Mississippi River Delta in New Orleans, Louisiana, and quickly moves into the tidal lowlands of Louisiana and Mississippi. Highlights include stops in Mobile, Alabama; Savanna
14.
Y2K: The Winter of Our Disconnect (1999) as Photography
Robert X. Cringely examines the Y2K dilemma and how people can deal with the repercussions.
15.
Escape From Affluenza (1998)
A sequel to the documentary "Affluenza," which introduced viewers to the "epidemic" of rampant consumerism and materialism.
16.
Affluenza (1997)
A look at the modern-day problem of "affluenza," an epidemic of stress, overwork, shopping and debt caused by the pursuit of the American Dream. The history of the condition is explored, as well as the advertising and marketing ploys used to sustain it. Men and women from around the country share th

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