Movies Made for Television: 1964-2004 (5 Volume Set) by Alvin H. Marill

By Alvin H. Marill

In October 1964, NBC aired the 1st made-for-television movie, See How They Run, starring John Forsythe, Jane Wyatt, Leslie Nielsen, and George Kennedy. within the greater than 40 years when you consider that, over 5,400 made-for-television movies and miniseries were produced. tv historian Alvin H. Marill has compiled a finished directory of each this type of motion pictures, which were assembled during this publication.

But this is often no mere record. The exhaustive entries cite every one film's unique community, airdate, and size of broadcast. besides a short precis, each one access additionally comprises large construction credit (director, author, manufacturer, composer, director of images, and editor) and a whole solid (and personality) listing.

The first 4 volumes are prepared by means of decade(s):

Volume 1: 1964-1979
Volume 2: 1980-1989
Volume three: 1990-1999
Volume four: 2000-2004

Entries are prepared alphabetically for speedy entry, and every quantity additionally includes a chronology of movies produced in that interval. quantity five, the index, features a checklist of every actor and director, in addition to resource fabric (books and plays).

From tv pilots like Prescription: Murder (1967), the movie that brought Peter Falk's Columbo, to epic miniseries resembling Angels in America (2003), each movie has been said, each actor pointed out, and each personality named. This is still a distinct venture; there easily isn't any different compendium love it. Movies Made for tv, 1964-2004 could be a priceless source for students and historians of tv and pop culture, in addition to somebody attracted to the medium.

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Editor John Elias. Production Designer Jack Senter. Art Directors Mark Mansbridge, Lou Montejano. Cast Richard Chamberlain (Alexander McKeag), Sally Kellerman (Lise Bockweiss), Barbara Carrera (Clay Basket), Gregory Harrison (Levi Zendt), Cristina Raines (Lucinda McKeag), Chad Everett (Maj. Maxwell Mercy), Alex Karras (Hans Brumbagh), Stephen McHattie (Jake Pasquinel), Kario Salem (Mike Pasquinel), Pernell Roberts (Gen. Leben Asher), Mark Harmon (Lt. John McIntosh), James Sloyan (Spade Larkin), Karen Carlson (Lysette Mercy), Jorge Rivero (Broken Thumb), Barney McFadden (Lt.

Supervising Producer Richard Caffey. Producer Malcolm R. Harding. Teleplay Charles Larson. Photography Charles W. Short. Music John Addison. Editor Bill Parker. Production Designer Jack Senter. Cast Brian Keith (Sheriff Axel Dumire), Anthony Zerbe (Mervin Wendell), Lois Nettleton (Maude Wendell), Doug McKeon (Philip Wendell), William Atherton (Jim Lloyd), Timothy Dalton (Oliver Seccombe), Lynn Redgrave (Charlotte Seccombe), Alex Karras (Hans Brumbaugh), Cliff DeYoung (John Skimmerhorn), Cristina Raines (Lucinda Zendt), Clive Revill (Finlay Perkin), Jesse Vint (Amos Calendar), Rafael Campos (Nacho Gomez), A Martinez (Tranquilino Marquez), Steve Sandor (Charley Kinderdine), Robert Phalen (Reverend Holly), Sandy McPeak (Swen Sorenson), Clint Ritchie (Messmore Garrett), Alan Napier (Lord Venneford), Eric Lalich (Jake Calendar), Deborah Trissell (Miss Keller), Tiger Thompson (Young Beeley Garrett), Steve Sandor (Charley Kinderdine), Kohji Takahashi (Takimoto), Lani Grant (Mrs.

Art Director Serge Krizman. Cast Harvey Korman (Bud Abbott), Buddy Hackett (Lou Costello), Michele Lee (Anne Costello), Arte Johnson (Eddie Sherman), Robert Reed (Alan Randall), William Tregoe (Ted Collins), Danny Dayton (Gene Duffy), Art Ergner, Tracy Morgan, Judith Hanson, Henry Brandon, Edmund Penney, Betty Hartford, Glee Smidt, Ronn Wright, George Barday, Steve Bourne, Bobby Balan, Richard Sanders, Bob Banas, Chris Christiansen, Russell Arms, John Edwards, Peggy McCay. 105... But I Don’t Want to Get Married!

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