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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Music (feature film)

1.
Dream Breakers (1989)
A movie about a Chicago family -- a building contractor and his two sons who have opposing ideologies. One brother works for a power-hungry builder with underworld connections; the younger son, a priest in one of the city's poor parishes, is fighting the forces for which his brother works.
2.
Vital Signs (1986)
In this television movie, a father and son, both doctors, ruin their lives and careers when they get hooked on substances -- the father as an alcoholic and the son as an addict using various and sundry drugs. Consequently, their families face disintegration and their patients are put in danger.
3.
Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)
Mystery thriller about a bigoted community''s retribution against the town dummy, whom a group of vigilantes led by a mailman think did harm to a ten-year-old girl.
4.
Isabel's Choice (1981)
When Richard Kiley, the boss she helped climb the corporate ladder, is forced into early retirement, Jean Stapleton, a widowed executive secretary, must choose between his surprise marriage proposal or new challenges and continuing her career by helping his successor (Peter Coyote) adjust to his com
5.
Charlie and the Great Balloon Race (1981)
Jack Albertson is a retired railroad worker whose dream of crossing the country in a hot air balloon is encouraged by his grandson, who decides to go along for the ride despite the misgivings of his widowed mother whose plans to remarry have left him disenchanted. This light-hearted family adventure
6.
Two Worlds Of Jenny Logan, The (1979)
A romantic gothic drama about a modern-day woman's journey into the past in a desperate attempt to change fate and save the life of her true love, a young artist she had fallen for at the turn of the century. Based on David Williams' novel, "Second Sight."
7.
Clone Master, The (1978)
A science-fiction series pilot involving a biochemist, working on a top-secret government project, who clones thirteen perfect replicas of himself and sends them forth to fight evil wherever it might exist in the world.

Music (special)

8.
Skating Rink (1983)
The story of a boy (Tuck) who attempts to rise above his handicap of stuttering by developing his skill as an accomplished skater.
9.
She Drinks a Little (1981)
An "ABC Afterschool Specials" presentation which dramatizes the impact of an alcoholic mother on her family. The story follows the efforts of the daughter, Cindy, to cope with the situation and convince her mot her to seek professional help. The drama focuses on the role of Alateen, a national orga
10.
What Are Friends For? (1980) as Music
The story of two twelve-year-old girls -- Amy Warner, a shy, insecure and soft-spoken girl, and Michelle Mudd, outgoing, outspoken and outrageous. The two swear eternal loyalty to each other out of a common bond, both being the only children of divorced parents.
11.
Special Gift, A (1979) as Music
The story of Peter Harris, a fourteen-year-old boy with a talent for ballet dancing. He decides to pursue ballet despite his father's disapproval and an unsuccessful attempt to keep his dancing a secret from his classmates.
12.
Terrible Secret, The (1979) as Music
One foggy night while driving home, teenager Bobbie Marston hits a paper boy with her van. Panicking, she drives him to the hospital but flees without reporting the incident to the police. Though the accident was not her fault because the boy ran in front of her car, she fears someone will discover
13.
Which Mother Is Mine? (1979) as Music
The story of Alexandria Benton, a sixteen-year-old foster child, and the turmoil she faces when her natural mother returns to take her away from her adoptive parents.
14.
Gaucho (1978)
The story of a youth who unwittingly becomes involved with the underworld when he takes a job as an errand boy to earn the money he needs to take his mother back home to Puerto Rico.
15.
It's a Mile From Here to Glory (1978)
The story of Early McLaren, a teenage athlete consumed by the desire to win at all costs, who later discovers that the measure of a man involves more than personal victory.
16.
Homerun For Love, A (1978)
An "ABC Afterschool Specials" presentation about a lonely boy who meets an elderly black man, and the two, both avid Brooklyn Dodgers fans, become close friends. The program, set in 1947, is filmed in black and white to recapture the feeling of the era.
17.
Trouble River (1977)
The two-part presentation is set in the early days of the Pacific Northwest, and relates the adventures of a boy and his grandmother as they ride a makeshift raft down a dangerous river to escape from a group of renegades.
18.
Dear Lovey Hart (I Am Desperate) (1976)
A story about issues of responsiblilty as seen through the eyes of Carrie Wasserman, a teenager at Lincoln High School, who becomes the advice-to-the-lovelorn columnist on the school newspaper. She doesn't take the job very seriously until she learns that her flip answers have caused more harm than

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