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Known For

The Lake
The Lake Director
The Appointment
The Appointment Director
Zastrozzi: A Romance
Death of a Speechwriter


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 1973 And Now the Screaming Starts! (second assistant director - uncredited)
 1972 Vampire Circus (second assistant director - uncredited)
 1971 Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (second assistant director - uncredited)
 1970 Scars of Dracula (third assistant director - uncredited)
 1970 The Horror of Frankenstein (third assistant director - uncredited)
 1970 Taste the Blood of Dracula (third assistant director - uncredited)
 1968 Inadmissible Evidence (third assistant director - uncredited)
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 1986 Babylon (Short) (co-producer)
 1986 Zastrozzi: A Romance (TV Mini-Series) (producer - 4 episodes)
- Murder (1986) ... (producer)
- Seduction (1986) ... (producer)
- Conspiracy (1986) ... (producer)
- Capture (1986) ... (producer)
 1986 Death of a Speechwriter (Short) (co-producer)
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 1978 The Lake (Short)
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 1978 The Lake (Short) (screenplay)
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 1978 The Lake (Short)

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