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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

1.
Celtic Pride (1996) as Costume Supervisor
Star basketball player Lewis Scott is single-handedly leading Utah Jazz to a comeback bid for the NBA championship, much to the dismay of the Boston Celtics fans--and particularly Mike O''Hara and Jimmy Flaherty. When Game 6 ends with a Boston Celtics defeat and a series tie, Jimmy and Mike are outraged to hear that Scott is celebrating his victory at a local nightclub. Daring to look the enemy in the eye, they seek out Scott and soon devise a plan to get him so drunk, he won''t be able to play well, thus securing the title for the home team. The unsuspecting Scott falls for the plan and finally passes out. Mike and Jimmy wake the next morning in Jimmy''s apartment only to find that Scott is there as well, with his hands and feet bound in tape! Discovering they''ve kidnapped him, the duo suddenly realize they have a rare opportunity to actually control the outcome of the series if they keep Scott from playing. What they don''t count on is that Scott is as keen a competitor off the court as he is on.
2.
Tie That Binds, The (1995)
Russell Clifton and his wife Dana appear to have the perfect life. They''re an attractive, successful thirtysomething couple with a stable and loving relationship. But one thing''s missing--a child with whom to share their love. Unable to conceive a baby of their own, they visit an adoption agency and are immediately bewitched by the beautiful and mysterious young Janie. But the truth is Janie, a shy six-year-old, already has a set of parents: the Netherwoods, Leann and John, who are drifters and dangerous criminals. After a burglary went awry, John and Leann were forced to take flight and leave their daughter behind. Now, as Russell and Dana welcome Janie into their home, the new family''s happiness is threatened by the specter of the child''s biological family. Just as a semblance of domesticity begins to form at the Cliftons, the Netherwoods reappear to reclaim what is theirs. Having vowed to find their daughter, John and Leann will stop at nothing--including murder.
3.
Get Shorty (1995)
Chili Palmer is a Miami loanshark who's sent to Los Angeles to collect on a gambling debt from film producer Harry Zimm. Harry's luck may have changed though; Chili is a big movie fan--even of the B-movie screamers that Harry churns out. Instead of breaking Harry's legs, Chili figures--what the hell
4.
Adventures of Huck Finn, The (1993)
Mark Twain's classic 19th century novel set on the Mississippi River.
5.
Hexed (1993)
A hotel clerk gets involved with a deadly model while she stays at the hotel where he works.
6.
Out On A Limb (1992)
An investment banker, looking up his sister, loses all his expensive trappings, including a phone number worth $160 million dollars, in a remote town inhabited by a lot of strange folks.
7.
O Pioneers! (1992)
A television movie based on the classic Willa Cather novel. At the turn of the century, a young woman tames the unyielding Nebraska lands she inherits from her father and learns self-reliance amid the hardships of pioneer life.
8.
Aftermath: A Test of Love (1991)
A television movie based on a true story about a mother and son who are shot during a store hold-up and the effect it has on their family.
9.
Sarah, Plain and Tall (1991)
A television movie based on the 1985 Newberry Medal-winning novel set in turn-of-the-century America. A woman answers a newspaper ad and travels from Maine to Kansas to live with a motherless farm family.
10.
Total Recall (1990)
Recurring dreams about Mars lead a man to discover his forgotten past as a government agent.
11.
Little Girl Lost (1988)
A true story about a family which fights to adopt their foster child when they believe she is being sexually molested by her natural father.
12.
Robocop (1987)
In crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop is rebuilt as a powerful machine, code named Robocop.
13.
Guilty of Innocence: The Lenell Geter Story (1987)
A young black engineer is given a life sentence in prison for a crime he did not commit. Lenell Geter's life is running smoothly, but suddenly things fall apart when he and his roommate, a fellow engineer, are arrested and charged with armed robbery. Even though he steadfastly believes that the just
14.
Norman Rockwell's Breaking Home Ties (1987)
A Thanksgiving movie, inspired by a classic Norman Rockwell painting, about a family in the Southwest in the 1950s. The painting depicts a father and son sitting on the running board of an old truck awaiting the train that will take the boy off to college. The film dramatizes the subsequent events i
16.
Getting Even (1986) as Wardrobe 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
17.
When Dreams Come True (1985)
In her return to television after decamping "Laverne and Shirley" in the fall of 1982, Cindy Williams is a lonely woman caught up in an all-too-real nightmare, dreaming of being saved by a sensuous stranger from a stalking killer and awakening to find that her lover as well as her pursuer are real.
18.
Tough Enough (1983)
Art Long wanted to be a country singer, but has been supporting his family by working as tree-trimmer. Tired of this, Art turns to entering Tough Man boxing contests, in which the fighters beat each other brutally. As Art sinks into this violent world, he drifts further away from his dream of a mus

Costume-Wardrobe (special)

19.
Story of a Marriage (1987)
A five-part series, telecast as three consecutive "American Playhouse" presentations, tracing the trials and tribulations of author Horton Foote's family in a small Texas community from the turn of the 20th century thru the end of World War I. This is part of a nine-play cycle entitled "The Orphan's

Costume-Wardrobe (TV Mini-Series)

20.
Stephen King's The Stand (1994)
A four-part miniseries based on the Stephen King novel "The Stand." Set in the future, the world's population is virtually wiped out by a deadly flu virus. The handful of survivors are drawn into two camps -- one representing goodness and purity; the other, evil.
21.
Lonesome Dove (1989)
A four-part miniseries adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about two former Texas Rangers who, after the Civil War, drive their cattle from Lonesome Dove, Texas, to the wide-open spaces of the Montana territory, hoping to establishing a ranch there.

Costume-Wardrobe (TV Mini-Series)

22.
John Jakes' Heaven and Hell: North and South, Part III (1994)
The latest installment in the John Jakes trilogy of novels focuses on the post-Civil War era. Follows the exploits of the Hazards and the Mains through the Reconstruction era and into the Indian territories of the Western frontier.

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