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Producer (feature film)

1.
Really Wild Animals: Deep Sea Dive (1994) as Executive Producer
An exploration of the world's great oceans, from surface to sea-floor.
2.
Really Wild Animals: Wonders Down Under (1994) as Executive Producer
A look at the unusual animals that inhabit Australia.
3.
Geokids: Bear Cubs, Baby Ducks, and Kooky Kookaburras (1994) as Executive Producer
How do animal babies live and learn to swing, swim, and slip through the forest? That's what Sunny Honeypossum and Bobby Bushbaby want to know when they spy a mother monkey carrying her baby in the forest. So the erudite Balzac de Chameleon tells them about the many different kinds of babies and how
4.
Really Wild Animals: Swinging Safari (1994) as Executive Producer
A tour through the wilds of Africa, from the vast Serengeti plains to the sweltering Kalahari desert.
5.
Really Wild Animals: Totally Tropical Rain Forest (1994) as Executive Producer
A tour through the endangered forests of Central and South America.
6.
Really Wild Animals: Adventures in Asia (1994) as Executive Producer
From the sands of Arabia to the exotic tropics of Indonesia, an introduction to the creatures of Asia.
7.
Really Wild Animals: Amazing North America (1994) as Executive Producer
A coast-to-coast journey across the North American continent.
8.
Geokids: Flying, Trying, and Honking Around (1994) as Executive Producer
What is it like to fly up in the sky? That's what Sunny Honeypossum and Bobby Bushbaby try to figure out when they see a beautiful bird flying above the forest. While they wonder, Balzac de Chameleon teaches them a thing or two about his fine feathered friends. Also featuring the zany antics of the
9.
Geokids: Cool Cats, Raindrops, and Things That Live In Holes (1994) as Executive Producer
Do some animals really hang out in holes? Balzac de Chameleon teaches Sunny Honeypossum and Bobby Bushbaby about the many different kinds of animals that make holes their homes, including prairie dogs, burrowing owls, and white wolves. Also featuring the zany antics of the animated Francisco Flaming

Director (special)

10.
Canine Connection, The (1993)
Two documentaries, "Greyhounds: Running For Their Lives" and "Bloodhounds on the Scent." The former shows how racing greyhounds who can't remain as top runners are consigned to farms for extermination. The latter deals with bloodhounds who rescue lost children, help people in accidents and catch cr
11.
Egypt: Beyond the Pyramids (1992)
Three short films about Egypt.
12.
Colored Museum, The (1991)
A satire lampooning the icons of Black-American art and culture in a series of ten sketches. Based on the 1986 play, "The Colored Museum," by George C. Wolfe, originally produced by New Jersey's Crossroads Theatre Company. Presentation of "Great Performances."

Producer (special)

13.
National Geographic Channel Adventure: Bug Attack (2003)
A look at the insects world's predators such as killer bees, black widow spiders, giant hornets and scorpions. Host Dr. Phil DeVries tests the the pain index for insect wounds by submitting himself to multiple attacks.
14.
Heroes For the Planet -- A Tribute to National Geographic (2001)
A tribute to the National Geographic Society and its 113-year commitment to global conservation from the Warner Theatre in Washington DC. Highlights include reports from ongoing explorations, including Robert Ballard's mission in the Black Sea and tributes to the National Geographic Explorers-in-Res
15.
Pearl Harbor: Legacy of Attack (2001)
Documentary on the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 and its aftermath.
16.
SuperCroc (2001)
In the Sahara, paleontologist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Paul Sereno unearths the "SuperCroc." Roaming the world some 110 million years ago, SuperCroc (Sarcosuchus Imperator) reached forty feet -- the length of a city bus -- and was one of the largest crocs ever to walk the pl
17.
Savage Garden (1997) as Executive Producer
Utilizing cinematography that makes everyday garden residents appear exceptionally big, scary and nasty, Leslie Nielsen portrays a gardener who leads the viewer into a world of strange predators and bizarre dramas.
18.
Canine Connection, The (1993)
Two documentaries, "Greyhounds: Running For Their Lives" and "Bloodhounds on the Scent." The former shows how racing greyhounds who can't remain as top runners are consigned to farms for extermination. The latter deals with bloodhounds who rescue lost children, help people in accidents and catch cr

Film Production - Main (special)

19.
Arrau & Muti & Beethoven (1990)
A special featuring pianist Claudio Arrau, conductor Riccardo Muti and The Philadelphia Orchestra in this concert performance of Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto.

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