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Arthur Fellows

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Director (feature film)

Portrait of Jennie (1949) as Assistant Director
An artist discovers his gift when he falls for a beautiful ghost.
Duel in the Sun (1947) as 2d asst dir
A fiery half-Native American girl comes between a rancher's good and evil sons.
Gone With the Wind (1939) as Assistant Director
Classic tale of Scarlett O'Hara's battle to save her beloved Tara and find love during the Civil War.

Cast (feature film)

The Making Of A Legend: Gone With The Wind (1988)
Christopher Plummer hosts this documentary tracing producer David O. Selznick''''s battle to make the most popular movie of all time.

Producer (feature film)

Long Gone (1987)
A television movie set in the 1950s, about a minor-league baseball team, led by Cecil "Stud" Cantrell. Cantrell is the player-manager of the Tampico Stogies, a third-rate team comprised of has-beens and no-talents. However, a series of events changes his luck, and the team finally becomes pennant-w
Fifth Missile, The (1986)
A three-hour television movie about a war game that takes place aboard an America Trident submarine. Things go haywire and the game threatens to ignite World War III.
One Shoe Makes It Murder (1982)
Although filmed after "The Winds of War", this suspense drama marked Robert Mitchum's TV acting debut, as a down-and-out ex-San Diego cop who is hired by gambling kingpin Mel Ferrer (also the film's producer) to find his missing wife, who turns out to be a possible suicide. Angie Dickinson is a sha
Desperate Lives (1982)
High school brother and sister Helen Hunt and Doug McKeon (in this second TV-movie in as many nights) get involved with drugs. Tom Atkins and Diane Ladd are their parents, Diana Scarwid their student counselor, and Sam Bottoms the local pusher. William Windom and Dr. Joyce Brothers are members of th
Abduction of Saint Anne, The (1975) as Executive In Charge Of Production
A cynical detective and a Roman Catholic bishop from the Vatican team up to investigate the reported miraculous powers of a beautiful seventeen-year-old girl being held captive in the home of her father, an ailing syndicate kingpin, whose associates will stop at nothing to keep her imprisoned.
Streets of San Francisco, The (1972) as Producer
A street-smart veteran cop and his young college educated partner go after the killer of a girl by systematically piecing together her last moves and come upon her junkie brother, a closed-mouth corporation lawyer and someone claiming to be her uncle. This pilot to the hit series (1972-77) marked Ka
Cannon (1971)
In this pilot for the long-running series, a portly, well-heeled investigator looks into the murder of an old flame's husband and becomes enmeshed in a web of small-town corruption. Long-time character actor Conrad finally attained stardom with this role. Previously he had been one of the great radi
Travis Logan, D.A. (1971)
This prospective series pilot has a hard-nosed prosecutor doggedly trying to crack a homicide case in which the defense's plea of temporary insanity is the plan to cover the perfect murder, the result of a love triangle.
Face Of Fear, The (1971) as Producer
Love story involving a Canadian Professional Hockey Player(Billy Duke) and a hippy folk singer(Sherry Nelson). Their union is tumultuous, as both try to come to terms with their differences in careers and lifestyles. They realize too late that they both love each other. Shot in/around Toronto, Ontario CANADA and includes good use of vintage NHL footage.
The Mephisto Waltz (1971) as Associate Producer
Alan Alda plays a classical piano player on the rise who befriends a famous player himself who's at death's door. Unknown to Alda, the guy is a satanist, who arranges to have thier souls switch places at his death, so that he can be young again and continue to play piano (thus needing a skilled piano player like Alda to switch bodies with).

Editing (feature film)

Since You Went Away (1944) as Film Editor
A mother and wife struggle to cope while her husband is off serving in World War II.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

A Farewell to Arms (1957) as Exec prod assoc
The story of an affair between an English nurse and an American soldier on the Italian front during World War I.
War and Peace (1956) as Prod asst to Mr. Vidor
A young Russian girl fights to save her family during Napoleon's invasion of her homeland.
Portrait of Jennie (1949) as Staff exec [Asst dir]
An artist discovers his gift when he falls for a beautiful ghost.

Producer (special)

Key Tortuga (1981) as Executive Producer
The story, set on Key Tortuga in Florida, follows the exploits of John Jack Tyree, captain of the Hemingston, the boat he uses as owner of a fishing charter and salvage service. In the pilot episode, Tyree and his children become involved in a deadly race to recover bounty from a Spanish galleon tha

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

Bluegrass (1988)
A two-part miniseries based on the novel by Borden Deal, about a woman's struggle to achieve success and acceptance in an elite horse-breeding society.
Girl, the Gold Watch & Dynamite, The (1981)
In this Operation Prime Time sequel to 1980''s adaptation of John D. MacDonald''s best-selling science-fiction fantasy, "The Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything," true-blue Kirby Winter, who inherited a floundering business and a magical watch that can stop time, and free-spirited Bonnie Lee Beaumont have their wedding interrupted by a frantic call from her mother to help save the family farm from a nasty land tycoon. Philip MacHale and Lee Purcell are in the roles played initially by Robert Hays and Pam Dawber.
Girl, Goldwatch And Everything (1980)
Kirby and his girlfriend discover the watch he inherited has extraordinary powers.

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

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