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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial By Fire (2005)
Captain Walker investigates a murder connected with a missing government weapon. In addition, he tries to track down a teen on the run from a crime syndicate. Elsewhere, Alex is the prosecutor on a case involving an unlikely suspect, a Texas Ranger who is on trial for murdering a woman he just met.
2.
Ambulance Girl (2005)
Based on the true story of how author Jane Stern fell into clinical depression and struggled her way through her various phobias after signing on to become an EMT.
3.
Separate Peace, A (2004)
Adaptation of John Knowles' novel about Gene and Finny, roommates at a New England boarding school during the early years of World War II. Their friendship is tested when students accuse one roommate of being the cause of an accident that harms the other roommate.
4.
Bleacher Bums (2002)
The trials and tribulations of nine die-hard Chicago baseball fans as they root for a team that never seems to win. For these characters, who bring a religious fervor to the ballpark, baseball is more than a game, it's their life. The action is set on a beautiful summer day and the woeful Chicago Br
5.
Bobbie's Girl (2002)
A lesbian couple adopt their nephew after his parents die.
6.
Day Reagan Was Shot, The (2002)
Television movie about the 1981 attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan and the backstage battle for control of the White House in his absence. The story focuses on the attempts of Reagan's cabinet members to control the press, the Soviets and each other in the chaotic 24 hours after the
7.
Killing Yard, The (2002)
A courtroom drama about the aftermath of the 1971 riots at New York's Attica State Penitentiary, focusing on the story of Shango, an African-American inmate indicted for the murder of two white fellow prisoners during the revolt. Even though he'd been extremely ill, Ernie Goodman, one of America's m
8.
Wild Iris (2001)
An embittered relationship between a mother and her daughter is further eroded when the pair end up living and working together in their self-owned bridal boutique.<P>It's been eight years since her husband committed suicide, and Iris and her son Lonnie "temporarily" move in with her mother Min. In
9.
Laughter on the 23rd Floor (2001)
Memoir of Neil Simon's formative years in New York as a television comedy writer. Recreating the golden age of television when comedy was king and Simon was a writer of "Your Show of Shows" starring Sid Caesar, the telefilm takes viewers into the eclectic, volatile writers' den and into the life of
10.
Laughter on the 23rd Floor (2001) as Production Company
Memoir of Neil Simon's formative years in New York as a television comedy writer. Recreating the golden age of television when comedy was king and Simon was a writer of "Your Show of Shows" starring Sid Caesar, the telefilm takes viewers into the eclectic, volatile writers' den and into the life of
11.
Operation Sandman: Warriors in Hell (2000)
A top-secret military experiment in sleep deprivation unleashes the innermost fears of the subconscious mind with deadly results. Dr. Harlan Jessup is the dictatorial leader of a secret research unit subjecting a troop of hardened combat veterans to a sleep deprivation experiment conceived to perfec
12.
Operation Sandman: Warriors in Hell (2000) as Production Company
A top-secret military experiment in sleep deprivation unleashes the innermost fears of the subconscious mind with deadly results. Dr. Harlan Jessup is the dictatorial leader of a secret research unit subjecting a troop of hardened combat veterans to a sleep deprivation experiment conceived to perfec
13.
In the Company of Spies (1999)
Ex-CIA operative Kevin Jefferson is drafted back into action to lead a covert operation to recover captured American CIA agent Marko who is being held in North Korea by the Korean Internal Service (K.I.S.) and who may possess crucial information vital to the U.S. government. When Jefferson's team an
14.
Mean Streak (1999)
A white New York City cop and a black FBI agent team up to investigate the case of murdered African-Americans whose thumbs are chopped off and sent to a star baseball player as a symbolic warning not to break Joe DiMaggio''s single-season batting record.
15.
Life in a Day (1999)
After his assistant tampers with an untested, ground-breaking growth drug and creates a human that will live an entire life span in days, Dr. Peter Hamilton races to counteract the drug. The assistant, Mark Lancaster, steals the XL-R8 formula and tests it on his girlfriend Tina who is pregnant. Her
16.
Cooler Climate, A (1999)
Iris, a middle-aged woman, is left with nothing when her she divorces her rich husband. Having alienated her family following an affair with a younger man and possessing no professional skills, she is forced to go to work as a housekeeper for a wealthy married couple, Paula and Leo Tanner, who are s
17.
Millennium Man (1999)
A U.S. intelligence agent's death is averted when his brain is transferred into the billion dollar "Advanced Design Anatomical Man," or ADAM, a technically perfect and nearly invincible body. Developed by Dr. Eisenberg at the top secret Eden Institute, ADAM is the ultimate 21st century fighting man/
18.
Happy Face Murders (1999)
Lorraine Petrovich is terrified of her abusive younger boyfriend, Rusty Zuvic. After finding a dead woman along a highway, the police receive an anonymous phone call implicating Zuvic in the murder. The tip leads police officer Jen Powell and her criminology student partner Dylan McCarthy to Lorraine''s house. Lorraine provides them with enough information to not only convict Rusty, but to face arrest herself as an accomplice. As the investigation progresses, Powell''s doubts grow when a trucker begins to leave anonymous messages, identifying himself only by a smiley face, claiming that he is the killer. On trial for murder, Lorraine now says she made up the entire story.
19.
Roswell: The Aliens Attack (1999)
After aliens crash in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, two gray alien bodies are found dead, but two others survive and take on human forms. The aliens, John and Eve, are on a mission to eradicate the Earth of all human life. They set out to gain entrance to the Roswell Air Base, where their mission is
20.
Roswell: The Aliens Attack (1999) as Production Company
After aliens crash in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, two gray alien bodies are found dead, but two others survive and take on human forms. The aliens, John and Eve, are on a mission to eradicate the Earth of all human life. They set out to gain entrance to the Roswell Air Base, where their mission is
21.
Cooler Climate, A (1999) as Production Company
Iris, a middle-aged woman, is left with nothing when her she divorces her rich husband. Having alienated her family following an affair with a younger man and possessing no professional skills, she is forced to go to work as a housekeeper for a wealthy married couple, Paula and Leo Tanner, who are s
22.
Dying to Live (1999) as Production Company
Matthew, the high school diving star, loses his girlfriend Rachel in a tragic swimming accident. He begins to receive unsettling signals, seemingly from Rachel, that a jealous friend played a role in her death. Soon it is revealed that Rachel's guardian angel is helping her avenge her death before s
23.
Escape From Mars (1999) as Production Company
In 2016, an elite crew of men and women are selected for the two-and-a-half-year voyage to Mars to lay the groundwork that will make the planet inhabitable. As their destination nears, the five astronauts face an unexpected disaster which jeopardizes their oxygen and fuel supplies and claims the lif
24.
Naked City: Justice With a Bullet (1998)
Based on the 1948 Oscar-winning film, "Naked City," which explores some of the stories of criminals, residents and visitors who make up New York, through the eyes of Officers Muldoon and Halloran of the NYPD Anti-Crime Unit. Two girls from Ohio in New York for vacation lose their money and luggage to a crooked limo driver. The women then find themselves suspects in a homicide case after Sergeant Muldoon and Officer Halloran discover a connection between them and the murder of a known drug dealer. Meanwhile, a professional "hit man," Chaz Villanueva, is hired to assassinate Halloran. He never suspects his life is in danger when he runs into his old high school friend Chaz.
25.
Tiger Woods Story, The (1998)
Examines the meteoric rise of golf phenomenon Tiger Woods, including his personal struggles with racism and issues of cultural identity.
26.
Naked City: A Killer Christmas (1998)
Based on the 1948 Oscar-winning film, "Naked City," which explores some of the stories of criminals, residents and visitors who make up New York, through the eyes of Officers Muldoon and Halloran of the NYPD Anti-Crime Unit. Massive problems arise for Muldoon while he is searching for a serial killer, when an ace reporter, trying to grab big ratings, releases exclusive information about the killer.
27.
Aldrich Ames: The Traitor Within (1998)
True story of Aldrich Ames, former head of counter-espionage for the CIA, who is currently serving a life sentence in prison for passing secrets to the KGB during the course of eight years in order for him and his wife Rosario Ames to pay off amassed debts. With the help of veteran CIA analyst Jeanne Vertefeuille and her associate Sandy Grimes, Ames was convicted.
28.
Where's Marlowe? (1998)
Wilton Crawley and A.J. Edison, two NYU Film School graduates are making a documentary about Joe Boone. a hard-up Los Angeles private detective. But Boone's determined to prove (mostly to himself) that he's finally found his place in life. The filmmakers have everything riding on this new project. T
29.
Defenders: Choice of Evils, The (1998) as Production Company
Television movie remake of the 1960s courtroom drama series, "The Defenders." After the death of his eldest son and his partner in the law firm of Preston and Preston, senior partner, Lawrence Preston enlists his granddaughter, M.J, a former prosecutor, and his other son Don, a law professor, to continue the work of ensuring that every individual accused of a crime is entitled to a proper defense. In this telefilm, a muckraking reporter, who is found guilty of a murder he didn''t commit, is mistakenly released from prison. Seeking to flee, he is eventually confronted by two cops, one of whom becomes injured and ultimately dies. Although he is found innocent of the first murder, the reporter must stand trial for murdering the policeman.
30.
Defenders: Taking the First (1998) as Production Company
Follows the courtcase of a young man who has been beaten to death by members of a reactionary organization rallying against minorities. Although lawyers Don and M.J, Preston are morally opposed to the brutality of the case, they find themselves acting as counsel for one of the defendants who has been charged with murder. In an effort to correct the obvious injustice that claimed a young boy''s life, the Prestons take on a wrongful-death lawsuit against the leader of the right-wing group and find themselves caught up in a legal battle involving the First Amendment.
31.
Critical Choices (1996)
Inspired by actual events, examines the abortion debate between pro-choice and right-to-life groups as seen through the eyes of three very different women whose paths cross and whose lives are transformed during an intense, crisis-weekend struggle to keep a Los Angeles clinic open.
32.
Critical Choices (1996) as Production Company
Inspired by actual events, examines the abortion debate between pro-choice and right-to-life groups as seen through the eyes of three very different women whose paths cross and whose lives are transformed during an intense, crisis-weekend struggle to keep a Los Angeles clinic open.
33.
MacGyver: Lost Treasure of Atlantis (1994) as Production Company
A television movie based on the action-adventure series, "MacGyver," which was broadcast on ABC from 1985-1992. MacGyver becomes involved in an archeological adventure to find the legendary Lost Treasure of Atlantis.
34.
MacGyver: Trail to Doomsday (1994) as Production Company
A television movie based on the action-adventure series, "MacGyver," on ABC from 1985-1992. MacGyver visits London to attend the 40th birthday of an old friend, but his buddy is killed, apparently by terrorists. He then investigates the murder, uncovering a nuclear arms production plant in the Engli
35.
Very Brady Christmas, A (1988) as Production Company
A television movie featuring a Christmas reunion of the regular cast of the "Brady Bunch." Carol and Mike Brady gleefully plan their first family Christmas reunion in years, not realizing that each of their six children has a secret reason for not wanting to attend.
36.
Shooter (1988) as Production Company
A story set during the Vietnam War, about five young wire-service photographers working for the International Press Bureau.
37.
Further Adventures (1988) as Production Company
A pilot for a series not picked up by CBS. Two mismatched photographers secretly photograph what appears to be a wedding with royal guests. When the wedding party mysteriously disappears the pair take a job as cruise-ship photographers and are coerced into helping to find the missing king and queen
38.
Family Ties Vacation (1985) as Production Company
In a television movie based on NBC-TV's comedy series "Family Ties," the Keaton family visits historic London for a vacation to be remembered. Steven and Elyse unwittingly become embroiled in international espionage; Alex struggles with some tough classes and even tougher classmates at Oxford Univer
39.
Computercide (1982) as Production Company
Sci-fi pilot, filmed in 1977 as "The Final Eye," about the last private detective on Earth, who is hired to find a missing scientist in the year 1996, last seen by his daughter on Eden Isle, the utopian paradise he founded.
40.
Act of Love (1980) as Production Company
Old country traditions and values cause Ron Howard to honor the pleas of his brother (played by Mickey Rourke), a quadriplegic following a motorcycle accident, to end his life, and then to stand trial for first-degree murder after the mercy killing. Michael De Guzman's teleplay was inspired by Paige
41.
Nero Wolfe (1979) as Production Company
Gourmet Nero Wolfe interrupts his orchid-tending to take on the case of a lady tycoon who wants to know why she's under investigation by the FBI, only to find himself enmeshed in a puzzling murder-mystery. This pilot to a prospective Nero Wolfe series went on the shelf after being made in 1977 becau
42.
Act of Violence (1979) as Production Company
Elizabeth Montgomery continues her dramatic gallery of resourceful put-upon women, here playing a liberal-minded, divorced newswriter who is the victim of a brutal mugging. Robbed of her confidence, she finds her life cloaked in fear and paranoia, causing her to re-evaluate her lifelong beliefs.
43.
Letters From Frank (1979) as Production Company
Art Carney is a newspaper executive who is frustrated at being put out to pasture after 35 years in favor of a computer, but his wife's unbridled enthusiasm about their new house, the death of his older brother, and the problems of his divorced son, recently remarried, bring home to him an important
44.
Mind Over Murder (1979) as Production Company
A young woman with precognition realizes she is being stalked by a killer -- a mass murderer she previously had used her psychic powers to identify to the skeptical police. Originally, this was titled "Are You Alone Tonight?" and Wendy Kaufman was credited as co-writer.
45.
Lacy and the Mississippi Queen (1978) as Production Company
This lighthearted Western was an unsuccessful series pilot in which two sisters -- a gun-toting tomboy and a beauty with an engaging smile -- team up to track down a pair of train robbers, suspects in the shooting of their father.
46.
Big Bob Johnson and His Fantastic Speed Circus (1978) as Production Company
A rambunctious comedy about a ragtag auto racing team that helps an heir to gain the inheritance his uncle is trying to snatch from him, and finds itself in a race from one end of Louisiana to the other that pits one Rolls-Royce against another.
47.
Ski Lift To Death (1978) as Production Company
Several people are trapped in two derailed ski lift gondolas and facing possible death. They are a couple of ski champions whom a sports promoter is trying to link together romantically, an ex-mobster and a professional assassin who is stalking him.
48.
Perfect Gentlemen (1978) as Production Company
Lauren Bacall made her TV-movie debut in this amusing caper film about three women with totally different backgrounds but sharing a common bond in that each needs a large sum of money and each has a husband in prison, and with the help of a safecracking old lady they pull off a million dollar heist.
49.
Defection of Simas Kudirka, The (1978) as Production Company
A fact-based drama about the Lithuanian seaman who made an abortive attempt for freedom in 1970 by leaping from a Russian ship to the deck of an American Coast Guard cutter in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Director David Lowell Rich and editor John A. Martinelli each received an Emmy Award for this fil
50.
Getting Married (1978) as Production Company
Romantic fluff about an aspiring young songwriter, who works in a TV newsroom as an assistant director, and the girl, the station's attractive newscaster, he decides he is going to marry, despite her own plans to wed somebody else in less than a week.
51.
Ghost of Flight 401, The (1978) as Production Company
A supernatural mystery involving an actual plane crash in December 1972 in the Florida Everglades and the subsequent legend growing from it about the recurring presence on other flights of the ghostly figure of its captain. For his photography, Howard R. Schwartz won an Emmy Award nomination.
52.
With This Ring (1978) as Production Company
A romantic comedy about various engaged couples and their families who, as wedding dates rapidly approach, are caught up in a whirlwind of emotional crises, from past loves and parental pressure to social and financial obligations. Diana Canova is the actress daughter of former hillbilly movie star
53.
Cindy (1978) as Production Company
A sparkling musical updating to World War II Harlem of the Cinderella story, featuring virtually an all-black cast, with an original score and several twists at the end. Charlaine Woodard and Nell-Ruth Carter later were reunited in the Broadway smash "Ain't Misbehavin" for which the latter won the T
54.
Cops and Robin (1978) as Production Company
An aging street cop and his partner, a robot programmed to be the perfect policeman, are assigned to protect the five-year-old daughter of the widow who witnessed the killing of her police officer husband and now is stalked by the gangster who murdered him. This pilot film, which premiered on NBC, t
55.
Yesterday's Child (1977) as Production Company
Seventeen-year-old girl turns up on the doorstep of a wealthy family claiming to be the daughter who was kidnapped fourteen years earlier.
56.
Mary Jane Happer Cried Last Night (1977) as Production Company
Child abuse is the subject of this film dealing with a deeply troubled young mother whose serious psychiatric problems lead her to take them out on her daughter.
57.
Future Cop (1976) as Production Company
An old-line street cop is assigned a rookie partner who happens to be an android programmed in a lab. The subsequent short-lived 1977 series also starred Borgnine, Shannon and Amos, as did another TV movie, "Cops and Robin" (1978), which recycled what the producers felt continued to be a viable conc
58.
Legend of Lizzie Borden, The (1975) as Production Company
An ethereal retelling, stylishly produced, of the story of the New England spinster accused of the axe murders of her father and stepmother in the 1890s in the town of Fall River, Massachusetts. Emmy Award nominations went to Elizabeth Montgomery, art director Jack DeShields, set decorator Henry Gordon, editor John A. Martinelli, and costume designer Guy Verhille. DeShields and Gordon won.
59.
Lives Of Jenny Dolan, The (1975) as Production Company
Veteran producer Ross Hunter came to television with this drama (a pilot for a prospective series) about a glamorous newspaper reporter who is assigned to investigate the assassination of a political figure.
60.
Last Day, The (1975) as Production Company
A trim A. C. Lyles Western (like the type he made in the 1960s with a stellar cast of veteran actors) that has the Dalton gang riding again, forcing a retired gunman to use his weapons once more to put and end to the Daltons' reign of terror in the climactic battle at Coffeyville, Kansas.
61.
Night Games (1974) as Production Company
Unorthodox Harvard-educated lawyer, trying to carve out a practice in a small Arizona town with his young bride, defends a pretty socialite accused of murdering her husband in this pilot to the "Petrocelli" series (1974-76). Barry Newman originated the character in the theatrical feature "The Lawyer
62.
Locusts (1974) as Production Company
Strikingly similar to the short story chiller "Laningen and the Ants" (filmed by Paramount in 1953 as "The Naked Jungle"), this tale has a menacing swarm of locusts advancing on the midwest, forcing a young World War II pilot, discharged as unfit to fly, to attempt to conquer his personal terror and
63.
Underground Man, The (1974) as Production Company
Peter Graves, completely miscast as private eye Lew Archer, goes after the kidnappers of an old flame's young son and gets mixed up in a series of murders going back fifteen years. This was the pilot for the subsequent very short-lived (six episodes) series "Archer" that began in January 1975 and st
64.
Magician, The (1973) as Production Company
In this pilot for the 1973-74 series, a dapper magician uses the wizardry of his craft to help people in distress and exposes a staged plane crash when asked by the mother of one of the victims to check into a possible conspiracy. In the later series, Bixby, Curtis and Watkins were joined by Joseph
65.
Call to Danger (1973) as Production Company
A federal undercover agent recruits a computer-selected jack-of-all-trades in a scheme to rescue a syndicate witness who has been kidnapped and stashed away in a heavily fortified West Coast enclave.
66.
Weekend Nun, The (1972) as Production Company
Drama based on the life of Joyce Duco, with Joanna Pettet as the young nun torn between the reality of her secular job as a daytime juvenile probation officer and the vows she has taken with the Church.
67.
Longstreet (1971) as Production Company
A New Orleans-based insurance investigator, blinded in an explosion, tracks down the man who killed his wife and took his sight. This was the pilot to the short-lived series (1971-72) that starred Franciscus, with Peter Mark Richman replacing Bradford Dillman as his boss and Marlyn Mason taking over
68.
Women in Chains (1971) as Production Company
A lady parole officer has herself imprisoned in order to examine charges of brutality but is trapped when the only other person who knows why she is there is killed. Playing a sadistic prison superintendent, Ida Lupino (in her TV-movie debut) virtually reprised a similar role from fifteen years earlier in "Women''s Prison."
69.
Terror in the Sky (1971) as Production Company
This TV carbon of Hailey's "Airport" has crew and passengers stricken by food poisoning, forcing a washed-up helicopter pilot on board to land the plane with the help of a stewardess. Previously it had been the basis for a drama "Flight into Danger" on TV's "Alcoa Hour" (1956) and then was made as
70.
Escape (1971) as Production Company
An escape artist and his sidekick/assistant attempt to rescue a kidnapped scientist and thwart a dastardly plan to rule the world in this unsuccessful pilot to a proposed series.
71.
Dr. Cook's Garden (1970) as Production Company
Crosby's only TV movie has him cast against type as a small-town doctor who sees to it that the bad people in his community die before their time and the good live longer -- like the flowers in his garden. In the 1967 play which had a brief Broadway run, Burl Ives was the kindly general practitioner

Production Companies (special)

72.
14 Hours (2005)
Based on a true story of a hospital in Texas that suffered through a terrible storm as the doctors, patients and staff band together to survive the 14 hour turmoil.
73.
Martha Stewart: Behind Bars (2005)
The rise, fall and rise again of the domestic style maven, Martha Stewart, from the time her company going public through her release from Alderson Federal Prison.
74.
Teen Files: The Truth About Drugs (2000) as Production Company
Special that spotlights the issue of teen drug use and its consequences. Teenagers meet those whose lives are forever changed by drugs, including a former high school athlete suffering irreversible brain damage and blindness from an overdose of the "club drug" GHB; the father of a 14-year-old boy wh
75.
Teen Files: The Truth About Violence (1999) as Production Company
Explores violence and its consequences through the eyes of eight Los Angeles teens who, by their own admission, enjoy the power they feel from their violent behavior. The teens visit the Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center and a home for battered women and children to see the graphic results of vi
76.
Teen Files: The Truth About Sex (1999) as Production Company
Explores the issues of teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, and the decision to abstain from sex.
77.
Starting Now (1989) as Production Company
An aspiring young actress in Manhattan works as a production assistant for a local children's show and shares an apartment with a down-and-out yuppie and an Italian police officer.
78.
Coming to America (1989) as Production Company
A half-hour pilot for a series not picked up by CBS. Based on the film of the same title about a spoiled African prince living in Queens with his servant.
79.
Second Start (1988) as Production Company
A 39-year-old mother moves with her 16-year-old son, from Los Angeles to Boston, where she has taken a job in her father's advertising firm.
80.
Kingpins (1987) as Production Company
A comedy about an easy-going widower and owner of a family-run bowling alley.
81.
Art of Being Nick, The (1987) as Production Company
A "Family Ties" spinoff about Nick Moore, who heads to New York City to further his career as a serious artist and moves in with his divorced sister and her young son.
82.
1987 Miss Teen USA Pageant, The (1987) as Production Company
A special telecast live from the Civic Center in El Paso, Texas, of the concluding ceremonies of the fifth annual Miss Teen USA pageant, highlighted by the selection of Miss Teen USA 1987.
83.
Slickers (1987) as Production Company
A tough New York City cop is transferred to the country and forced to work with a local sheriff whose M.O. is totally opposite from his own.
84.
Moscow Bureau (1986) as Production Company
American news reporters at the Moscow bureau of a weekly American news magazine skulk, double-deal, scoop each other, and take other alarming measures to get their stories out to the world.
85.
Dear Penelope and Peter (1986) as Production Company
The adventures of Judy and Ben Berlin, a married couple who write an advice-to-the-lovelorn column called "Dear Penelope and Peter" for a New York newspaper. In the pilot episode, which aired as a segment of "New Love American Style," Ben stands to inherit one million dollars if he will divorce Judy
86.
Clue: Movies, Murder and Mystery (1986) as Production Company
A light-hearted look at America's fascination with mysteries in their various forms -- films, television shows, books, plays, board games, mystery weekends, etc. Included in the program are film and television clips, interviews with mystery authors and actors, and some rare newsreel footage of Sir A
87.
Old Friends (1984) as Tv Distributor
The story of Jerry Forbes, a successful New York lawyer, who, after his wife deserts him, relinquishes his practice and returns to his hometown of Columbus, Ohio, to begin a new life. In the pilot, Jerry and his former love, Laura King, meet for the first time in nineteen years.
88.
At Your Service (1984) as Tv Distributor
The story follows the antics of the staff of a wealthy woman who take charge of her mansion when she is away. In the pilot episode, the servants attempt to conceal their money-making activities from the new butler.
89.
1984 Miss USA Pageant, The (1984) as Production Company
The concluding ceremonies of the 1984 Miss USA Pageant, highlighted by the selection of Miss USA 1984.
90.
At Your Service (1984) as Production Company
The story follows the antics of the staff of a wealthy woman who take charge of her mansion when she is away. In the pilot episode, the servants attempt to conceal their money-making activities from the new butler.
91.
Old Friends (1984) as Production Company
The story of Jerry Forbes, a successful New York lawyer, who, after his wife deserts him, relinquishes his practice and returns to his hometown of Columbus, Ohio, to begin a new life. In the pilot, Jerry and his former love, Laura King, meet for the first time in nineteen years.
92.
Cher -- A Celebration at Caesar's Palace (1983) as Tv Distributor
Cher performs her nightclub act at Caesar's Palace.
93.
Cher -- A Celebration at Caesar's Palace (1983) as Production Company
Cher performs her nightclub act at Caesar's Palace.
94.
13 Thirteenth Avenue (1983) as Production Company
The story is set at an apartment house on 13 Thirteenth Avenue in New York City (a fictitious address, since the Avenues only number up to twelve). The program dramatizes the lives of the bizarre residents -- a witch, a vampire, a werewolf, a troll, and their psychiatrist -- who all live together li
95.
Plaza Suite (1982) as Tv Distributor
Three self-contained stories set at the Plaza Hotel in New York City are presented in this live stage production of Neil Simon's 1968 Broadway play. The first, "A Visitor from Mamaroneck," deals with a married couple who return to the hotel to celebrate their 23rd wedding anniversary. In the secon
96.
Gabe and Walker (1981) as Tv Distributor
The story of Gabe Peterson and Marion Walker, the owners of a contemporary but financially troubled horse ranch in California. In the pilot episode, Gabe and Walker struggle to protect their G&W Ranch from Cintrex Company developers who seek their land for a shopping plaza.
97.
All the Way Home (1981) as Tv Distributor
The story, set in Tennessee in 1915, relates events in the lives of an estranged family who rediscover love after the death of a family member reunites them.
98.
Gabe and Walker (1981) as Production Company
The story of Gabe Peterson and Marion Walker, the owners of a contemporary but financially troubled horse ranch in California. In the pilot episode, Gabe and Walker struggle to protect their G&W Ranch from Cintrex Company developers who seek their land for a shopping plaza.
99.
Solid Gold '79 (1980) as Tv Distributor
The pilot film for the "Solid Gold" series. A review of the top hits of 1979, with performances by the artists who made them popular.
100.
John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together (1980) as Tv Distributor
An hour of music, comedy, and songs hosted by John Denver and featuring the Muppets.
101.
Solid Gold '79 (1980) as Production Company
The pilot film for the "Solid Gold" series. A review of the top hits of 1979, with performances by the artists who made them popular.
102.
America 2100 (1979) as Tv Distributor
Seeking some warmth in their freezing hotel room, Chester Barnes and Phil Keese, two unsuccessful comics, begin to boil milk on the oven. Having taken sleeping pills, the two fall asleep before turning off the oven. The fumes from the oven begins to kill them, but a split second before they die, the
103.
America 2100 (1979) as Production Company
Seeking some warmth in their freezing hotel room, Chester Barnes and Phil Keese, two unsuccessful comics, begin to boil milk on the oven. Having taken sleeping pills, the two fall asleep before turning off the oven. The fumes from the oven begins to kill them, but a split second before they die, the

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

104.
Comanche Moon (2008)
Texas Rangers Woodrow Call and Augustus McCrae pursue three outlaws, Comanche war chief Buffalo Hump, Comanche horse thief Kicking Wolf and a Mexican bandit king. Now in their middle years, they also struggle with their personal lives, Gus with Clara Forsythe, the love of his life, and Call with Mag
105.
Flesh And Blood (1979) as Production Company
Young street-tough-turned-boxer struggles to reach the top while finding his romance with an attractive TV reporter is complicated by an incestuous relationship with his mother. This was Berenger's first important television role and offered a surprising change of pace for Pleshette in her being cas

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