Dreyfuss, Richard Biography

biography of Dreyfuss, Richard

Richard Stephen Dreyfus
29 October 1947, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
5' 5"
American leading man who has played his fair share of irritating pests and brash, ambitious hustlers, Richard Dreyfuss worked his way up through bit parts (_The Graduate (1967)_ (qv), for one) and TV before gaining attention with his portrayal of Baby Face Nelson in 'John Milius' (qv)' _Dillinger (1973)_ (qv). He gained prominence as a college-bound young man in _American Graffiti (1973)_ (qv) and as a nervy Jewish kid with high hopes in _The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (1974)_ (qv). By the latter part of the 1970s Dreyfuss was established as a major star, playing leads (and alter-egos) for 'Steven Spielberg' (qv) in two of the top-grossing films of the that decade: _Jaws (1975)_ (qv) and _Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)_ (qv). He won a Best Actor Oscar in his first romantic lead as an out-of-work actor in _The Goodbye Girl (1977)_ (qv). Dreyfuss also produced and starred in the entertaining private eye movie _The Big Fix (1978)_ (qv). After a brief lull in the early 1980s, a well-publicized drug problem and a string of box-office disappointments (_The Competition (1980)_ (qv), _Whose Life Is It Anyway? (1981)_ (qv), _The Buddy System (1984)_ (qv)), a clean and sober Dreyfuss re-established himself in the mid-'80s as one of Hollywood's more engaging leads. He co-starred with 'Bette Midler' (qv) and 'Nick Nolte' (qv) in 'Paul Mazursky' (qv)'s popular _Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986)_ (qv). That same year he provided the narration and appeared in the opening and closing "bookends" of 'Rob Reiner' (qv)'s nostalgic _Stand by Me (1986)_ (qv). He quickly followed that with _Nuts (1987)_ (qv) opposite 'Barbra Streisand' (qv), 'Barry Levinson (I)' (qv)'s _Tin Men (1987)_ (qv) in a memorable teaming with 'Danny DeVito' (qv) and _Stakeout (1987)_ (qv) with 'Emilio Estevez' (qv). Dreyfuss continued working steadily through the end of the 1980s and into the 1990s, most notably in Mazursky's farce _Moon Over Parador (1988)_ (qv), Spielberg's _Always (1989)_ (qv), _Postcards from the Edge (1990)_ (qv) and _Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (1990)_ (qv). He appeared as a member of an ensemble that included 'Holly Hunter' (qv), 'Gena Rowlands' (qv) and 'Danny Aiello' (qv) in the romantic comedy _Once Around (1991)_ (qv) and as a pop psychiatrist, the author of several successful self-help books, who is driven to the edge by nutcase 'Bill Murray (I)' (qv) in the popular comedy _What About Bob? (1991)_ (qv). Dreyfuss has also remained active in the theater ("Death and Maiden", 1992) and on TV. He returned to features in the adaptation of 'Neil Simon (I)' (qv)'s play _Lost in Yonkers (1993)_ (qv) and followed with a supporting turn as the querulous political opponent in _The American President (1995)_ (qv). Dreyfuss received some of the best notices of his career as a determined, inspiring music teacher coping with a deaf son and the demands of his career in _Mr. Holland's Opus (1995)_ (qv).
A. Nonymous

-   'Jeramie Rain' (qv) (20 March 1983 - August 1995) (divorced); 3 children

-   'Svetlana Erokhin' (16 March 2006 - present)

-   'Janelle Lacey' (30 May 1999 - 2005) (divorced)

-   Often plays wisecracking, fast talking characters

-   Low-pitched, nasal voice

-   Frequently plays characters who see themselves as Intellectuals

-   Often works with 'Steven Spielberg' (qv).

-   Short stature

-   (October 1997) Ranked #81 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list.

-   Suffered a well-publicized drug problem in the early 1980s.

-   Younger brother of 'Lorin Dreyfuss' (qv).

-   Son of 'Geraldine Dreyfuss' (qv).

-   Formerly, at age 30, the youngest man to win Oscar for Best Actor (_The Goodbye Girl (1977)_ (qv)). He was beaten by 'Adrien Brody' (qv)(29) at the 2003 ceremony.

-   Has three children with 'Jeramie Rain' (qv): daughter Emily Dreyfuss (b. November 1983), sons Benjamin 'Ben Dreyfuss' (qv) (b. June 1986) and Harry Spencer Dreyfuss (b. August 1990).

-   Was a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War.

-   Born in Brooklyn, New York, he grew up in Beverly Hills, L.A., California from an early age.

-   Has a great dislike for rock music.

-   1967: Uncredited bit part - with a line - in _The Graduate (1967)_ (qv). (After Elaine screams while visiting Ben in his apartment at Berkeley).

-   Auditioned for _The Sound of Music (1965)_ (qv).

-   Treated for infection in right lung in a NYC hospital, April-May 2002.

-   Attributes much of his ability to end drug addiction to a life-altering vision experienced in hospital after a bad car crash. Under the influence of drugs while driving, Dreyfuss knew the crash was his fault. Though he was the only one injured, in his recovery state he was moved by the image of a beautiful little girl in a white dress. The girl served to remind him of the kind of innocent life he could have destroyed, and it compelled him to save his own life, he says, by confronting his drug demons.

-   Uncle of 'Justin Dreyfuss' (qv) and 'Natalie Dreyfuss' (qv).

-   Claims to be a descendant of 'Alfred Dreyfus' (qv), who was wrongfully imprisoned at the notorious Devil's Island penal colony in French Guiana.

-   Went to the same High School as 'Angelina Jolie' (qv), 'Michael Klesic' (qv), 'Nicolas Cage' (qv), 'David Schwimmer (I)' (qv), 'Lenny Kravitz' (qv), 'Corbin Bernsen' (qv) and 'Gina Gershon' (qv).

-   Twice in his career he has left high profile musical productions due to his inabilty to cope with the physical demands of his roles. The first was in 1978 during pre-production of All That Jazz and most recently with the West End production of The Producers.

-   Had a serious drug problem in the late 70s and early 80s. One of the side effects was that his memory was damaged, so much so that he still has no memory of filming the movie, _Whose Life Is It Anyway? (1981)_ (qv).

-   In 2004, he announced his retirement from film acting, and that he would concentrate on theater. He implied that he decided upon this course due to a lack of recent work in film and that his greater passion was always theater.

-   One of six actors to appear in films directed by both 'George Lucas (I)' (qv) and 'Steven Spielberg' (qv) (the others are 'Harrison Ford (I)' (qv), 'Liam Neeson' (qv), 'Christopher Lee (I)' (qv), Richard Dreyfuss and 'Samuel L. Jackson' (qv)). Richard Dreyfuss is the only one whose films weren't part of the "Star Wars" or "Indiana Jones" series.

-   18 October 2004 - Dropped out of his role as Max Bialystock in "The Producers" in a London production. He cited a continuing problem following back surgery and a recurring shoulder injury. He was replaced by 'Nathan Lane (I)' (qv).

-   Is a Civil War re-enactor.

-   In _Stakeout (1987)_ (qv), his and 'Emilio Estevez' (qv)'s characters were quoting famous movie lines. Estevez said "This was no boating accident!" referring to Dreyfuss's character in _Jaws (1975)_ (qv).

-   During 2004-2005 he took a short break from acting to lecture at Oxford University.

-   During his struggling actor years, he was constantly subjected to the ridicule of Hollywood casting directors after auditioning. The actor had written up a little list of their names which he kept as a reminder that he would eventually find success.

-   Was once played by 'Darrell Hammond' (qv) in a skit on _"Saturday Night Live" (1975)_ (qv). Hammond played Dreyfuss auditioning to play C-3PO in _Star Wars (1977)_ (qv).

-   Was originally cast in the role of Joe Gideon in _All That Jazz (1979)_ (qv), but left the production during the rehearsal stage.

-   Was married to Svetlana Erokhin in Harrisonburg, Virginia while in town for a speaking engagement at James Madison Univeristy.

-   Passed on two sequels from films he made in the early/mid-seventies: _American Graffiti (1973)_ (qv) and _Jaws (1975)_ (qv)... the sequels being _More American Graffiti (1979)_ (qv) and _Jaws 2 (1978)_ (qv), both of which came out in the late seventies. In each sequel, his character is briefly mentioned as being away in a region with a cold climate... his "American Graffiti" character, "Curt", is in Canada and his "Jaws" character, "Hooper", is on an expedition in Alaska. In both sequels, most of the original cast has returned to reprise their roles. Also, each original film was directed by two groundbreaking filmmakers, 'George Lucas (I)' (qv) and 'Steven Spielberg' (qv) (both making their mark in the industry); and both sequels were directed by another director.

-   Attended CSU Northridge along with _Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)_ (qv) co-star, 'Teri Garr' (qv).

-   In _The Buddy System (1984)_ (qv), he played a mentor to 'Wil Wheaton' (qv)'s character, in Wheaton's first film. Two years later, he played an adult version of Wheaton's character in _Stand by Me (1986)_ (qv).

-   Made his feature film debut in _Valley of the Dolls (1967)_ (qv).

-   Lives in San Diego, California.

-   Father of 'Ben Dreyfuss' (qv).

-   Because of memory loss problems, as a result of his drug addiction in the 70s and 80s, during the brief run of "Complicit" at the Old Vic in 2009, he controversially used an earpiece to enable the prompter to feed him his lines during performances. The play, co-starring 'Elizabeth McGovern (I)' (qv) and 'David Suchet' (qv), and directed by 'Kevin Spacey' (qv), was widely ridiculed in the British press as a result. Commenting on his many fluffed lines, the Daily Mail's theatre reviewer quipped, "We're going to need a bigger earpiece".

-   While filming _Moon Over Parador (1988)_ (qv) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1987, he stayed at the world-famous Copacabana Palace Hotel.

-   His Oscar-winning performance in _The Goodbye Girl (1977)_ (qv) was based on his good friend, 'Harlan Ellison' (qv).

-   Co-wrote a 1997 novel, "The Two Georges," with Hugo-award-winning science fiction writer Harry Turtledove. The novel is an alternate history, based on the premise the American Revolution wasn't successful, and America is still part of the British Empire.

-   Provides voice-overs for Honda television commercials (1998-)

-   Wrote the novel, _The Two Georges_, an alternate history story about an America that stayed in the British Empire. Harry Turtledove is the co- author

-   TV commercial for Apple Computer ("Think Different" campaign) (1997-8)

-   Provided voice overs for McDonald's TV Commercials in early 1990s ("If it's not right, we'll make it right")

-   Mr. Dreyfuss recorded a 30-second radio public service announcement and a 10-second and a 30-second television public service announcement for the Americans for National Parks campaign about the nation's troubled national parks.TV PSA for National Parks (2002)

-   Radio PSA for National Parks (2002)

-   (October 2002): Plays Kerry Max Cook in "The Exonerated" play by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen (45 Bleecker, New York City, New York, USA).

-   PSA for Americans for National Parks (2003)

-   Sly Fox (2004). Comedy (revival). Written by 'Larry Gelbart' (qv). Based on "Volpone" by Ben Jonson. Directed by 'Arthur Penn (I)' (qv). Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 1 Apr 2004 - 29 Aug 2004. Cast included 'Richard Dreyfuss' (qv) as "Foxwell J. Sly/The Judge".

-   Appeared in 'Michael Jackson (I)' (qv)'s "Liberian Girl" music video

-   As preparation for acting the role in the movie of the same name, he played the lead in the stage version of Whose Life is it Anyway at the Williamstown Theatre Festival (Williamstown, MA) in the summer, 1981. John Badham directed both the summer stock stage version and the Hollywood movie. Blythe Danner played the female lead in the stage version, and was replaced by Christine Lahti in the film.

-   Total Abandon (1983). Written by Larry Atlas. Directed by Jack Hofsiss. Booth Theatre: 28 Apr 1983 (1 performance + 7 previews). Cast included 'Richard Dreyfuss' (qv) as "Lenny Keller".

-   In 1976: "People who commit adultery must die. Everyone knows that. Any movie tells you that!"

-   I really think that living is the process of going from complete certainty to complete ignorance.

-   Happiness has a bum rap. People say it shouldn't be your goal in life. Oh, yes it should.

-   Actually, when I was a kid I was really more aware of the star and the handprints in Grauman's Chinese more than I was aware of anything else, including the Oscar. I wanted to have a star. I wanted to be able to see, you know, old gum on my star.

-   "I don't think film acting is necessarily a triumph of technique. Film stardom is a friendship that happens between an audience and a performer. Its like you meet someone and you click with that person for whatever reason".

-   [on 'Bette Midler' (qv)] I loved working with Bette. I rarely get to have a good leading lady and Bette and 'Marsha Mason (I)' (qv) are the best. I'd work with them again anytime.

-   The motion picture business is run by corporate thieves.

-   I enjoyed the journey to the top but then found myself disappointed.

-   Behind all art is ego and I am an artist and I am unique.

-   [on 'Steven Spielberg' (qv)] Steven Spielberg is the only person I've come across who fits my criteria of genius. And I don't throw that word around. Genius is imagination and attention to detail. The ability to achieve to the minutest detail what you perceive in your imagination. I don't think there's another person on earth who's as great a plot structuralist or better storyteller.

-   [on 'James Stewart (I)' (qv)] You personify for me part of this nation. You symbolize an America that is gentle, ironic, self-deprecating, tough, and emotional.

-   (2009, on _The Day Reagan Was Shot (2001) (TV)_ (qv)) I thought I was miscast. He's a character I could empathize with. He's totally human. A physically bigger person should have played him, but it was fun, and it was especially fun because it was true, and it was a really well-written script in that way. But playing him... You know, every actor wants to play the villain. The trick is not to wink at the audience and say, "I'm not him".

-   (2009, on _What About Bob? (1991)_ (qv)) Funny movie. Terribly unpleasant experience. We didn't get along, me and 'Bill Murray (I)' (qv). But I've got to give it to him: I don't like him, but he makes me laugh, even now. I'm also jealous that he's a better golfer than I am.

-   (2009) _Jaws (1975)_ (qv), first time I saw it, I forgot I was in it. True. Totally forgot, and got as scared as everybody else, and it's a great movie. I learned a shitload about my whole life, and I watched Steven ['Steven Spielberg' (qv)] go from being a boy to being a man. He was under so much pressure you couldn't believe. And his shark never worked, so they had to re-conceive as they went, and it was because of that mind-fuck that he made a great film.

-   I always knew that I could be a star for this whole audience that didn't relate to 'John Wayne (I)' (qv) or 'Al Pacino' (qv). An urban, progressive, intellectually-oriented audience, not too macho, people who read, people who listen to 'Paul Simon (I)' (qv) and 'Randy Newman (I)' (qv). People like me.

-   (March 2004) Appearing on Broadway with 'Eric Stoltz' (qv) in 'Arthur Penn (I)' (qv)'s production of 'Larry Gelbart' (qv)'s "Sly Fox".

-   (November 2009) Keynote speaker at the Dedication Day ceremonies at the Gettysburg National Cemetery November 20, 2009.

-   _American Graffiti (1973)_ (qv) -> $480/week

-   _What About Bob? (1991)_ (qv) -> $5,000,000

-   "Guardian" (UK), 21 January 2005, by: Karla Adam, "My musical hell"

-   "In Style" (USA), April 2000, Vol. 7, Iss. 4, pg. 464, by: Mark Morrison, "Home, Sweet Oscar"

-   "Viasat Magazine" (Sweden), January 2000, Iss. 1, pg. 30-33, "En riktig Hollywood-veteran"

-   "Cinema" (Hungary), July 1997, Iss. 68, pg. 98-99, by: Ralf Blau/Scott Orlin, "Fiatal vagyok és szép"

-   "Premiere" (USA), February 1996, Vol. 9, Iss. 6, pg. 45, by: Peter Biskind

-   "Cinema" (Germany), 1996, Iss. 4, pg. 118-119, by: Ralf Blau/Scott Orlin

-   "Elite" (Canada), May 1981, Vol. 7, Iss. 5, pg. 20-22+38+86, by: Allen Jaffee, "An Interview With Richard Dreyfuss"

-   "The Independent" (UK), 31 January 2009, Iss. 6958, pg. 44 - 45, by: David Usborne, "The Saturday Profile: Richard Dreyfuss - Out of the wreckage"

-   "The Times" (USA), 29 January 2009, by: Kaya Burgess and Jack Malvern, "Wired for sound: how Richard Dreyfuss remembers his lines"

-   "Contra Costa Times" (USA), 9 August 2008, by: The Associated Press, "Richard Dreyfuss Sues Father, Uncle Over Loan"

-   "The Guardian" (UK), 8 September 2004, Iss. 49142, pg. 11, by: Maev Kennedy, "Dreyfuss feels the strain of song and dance"

-   "Empire" (UK), October 1997, Iss. 100, pg. 200 by: Ian Freer and Jake Hamilton, "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time"

-   "TV Guia" (Portugal), 1997, Iss. 984, pg. 86

-   "TV-Spielfilm" (Germany), 1996, Iss. 7, pg. 306-308, by: Dorothee Lackner

-   "Playboy" (USA), February 1990, Vol. 37, Iss. 2, pg. 130-131+150-154, by: Steve Pond, "The Adulthood Of Duddy Kravitz"

-   "Playboy" (USA), November 1988, Vol. 35, Iss. 11, pg. 134, by: Bruce Williamson, "Sex in Cinema: 1988"

-   "People Weekly" (USA), 4 March 1991

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  151. Lost at Sea: The Search for Longitude (1998) (TV)
  152. The 70th Annual Academy Awards (1998) (TV)
  153. The Making of 'American Graffiti' (1998) (TV)
  154. To Life! America Celebrates Israel's 50th (1998) (TV)
  155. "Biography" (1987) {Steven Spielberg: An Empire of Dreams}
  156. "Intimate Portrait" (1993) {Marsha Mason}
  157. "The Clive James Show" (1998) {(1998-05-09)}
  158. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(1998-02-26)}
  159. Frank Capra's American Dream (1997) (TV)
  160. In the Teeth of Jaws (1997) (TV)
  161. Michael Jackson: HIStory on Film - Volume II (1997) (V)
  162. Oliver Twist (1997) (TV)
  163. The Call of the Wild: Dog of the Yukon (1997) (TV)
  164. "Biography" (1987) {Audrey Hepburn: The Fairest Lady}
  165. "Biography" (1987) {Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero}
  166. "Life and Times" (1996) {Mordecai: The Life & Times of Mordecai Richler (#1.23)}
  167. James and the Giant Peach (1996)
  168. Mad Dog Time (1996)
  169. Night Falls on Manhattan (1996)
  170. The 38th Annual Grammy Awards (1996) (TV)
  171. The 68th Annual Academy Awards (1996) (TV)
  172. The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg (1996) (TV)
  173. "In the Wild" (1992) {The Galapagos Islands with Richard Dreyfuss}
  174. "Showbiz Today" (1984) {(1996-01-29)}
  175. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(1996-07-11)}
  176. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#4.115)}
  177. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(1996-11-06)}
  178. "Very Important Pennis" (1995) {Very Important Pennis: Part 2 (#1.3)}
  179. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (1995) (TV)
  180. Mr. Holland's Opus (1995)
  181. Scenes from Everyday Life (1995)
  182. The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards (1995) (TV)
  183. The American President (1995)
  184. The Last Word (1995)
  185. The Making of Steven Spielberg's 'Jaws' (1995) (V)
  186. The Universal Story (1995) (TV)
  187. The Walt Disney Company and McDonald's Present the American Teacher Awards (1995) (TV)
  188. "The Great Battles of the Civil War" (1994)
  189. It's Alive: The True Story of Frankenstein (1994) (TV)
  190. Silent Fall (1994)
  191. Another Stakeout (1993)
  192. Lost in Yonkers (1993)
  193. "Class of the 20th Century" (1992)
  194. Brokaw Reports: 58 Days (1992) (TV)
  195. Lincoln (1992) (TV)
  196. The 46th Annual Tony Awards (1992) (TV)
  197. "The American Experience" (1987) {The Johnstown Flood (#5.4)}
  198. 1st Annual Environmental Media Awards (1991) (TV)
  199. Once Around (1991)
  200. Prisoner of Honor (1991) (TV)
  201. The 19th Annual Rudolph Valentino Awards (1991) (TV)
  202. "American Chronicles" (1990)
  203. Postcards from the Edge (1990)
  204. Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (1990)
  205. Always (1989)
  206. Let It Ride (1989)
  207. Steven Spielberg: An American Cinematheque Tribute (1989) (TV)
  208. The 61st Annual Academy Awards (1989) (TV)
  209. "Wogan" (1982) {(1989-03-27)}
  210. Moon Over Parador (1988)
  211. "Cinema 3" (1984) {(1988-03-09)}
  212. Citizen Steve (1987)
  213. Funny, You Don't Look 200: A Constitutional Vaudeville (1987) (TV)
  214. Nuts (1987)
  215. Stakeout (1987)
  216. The 59th Annual Academy Awards (1987) (TV)
  217. The Annual Entertainment Industry Honors Presentes a Salute to Bud Grant (1987) (TV)
  218. The Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual Humanitarian Awards Honoring Anatoly Scharansky (1987) (TV)
  219. Tin Men (1987)
  220. "Great Performances" (1970) {James Stewart: A Wonderful Life}
  221. An All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. (1986) (TV)
  222. Comic Relief (1986/I) (TV)
  223. Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986)
  224. Stand by Me (1986)
  225. The 58th Annual Academy Awards (1986) (TV)
  226. Night of 100 Stars II (1985) (TV)
  227. "An American Portrait" (1984) {Oscar W. Underwood}
  228. The Buddy System (1984)
  229. The 40th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1983) (TV)
  230. The 52nd Annual Academy Awards (1980) (TV)
  231. The Competition (1980)
  232. Othello (1979) (V)
  233. The 51st Annual Academy Awards (1979) (TV)
  234. The 35th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1978) (TV)
  235. The 50th Annual Academy Awards (1978) (TV)
  236. The Big Fix (1978)
  237. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(1978-02-10)}
  238. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(1978-03-27)}
  239. "Saturday Night Live" (1975) {Richard Dreyfuss/Jimmy Buffett, Gary Tigerman (#3.19)}
  240. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
  241. The Amazing Miss Cummings: An Actress at Work and Play (1977)
  242. The Goodbye Girl (1977)
  243. The Making of 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' (1977) (TV)
  244. The Making of 'The Goodbye Girl' (1977) (TV)
  245. The Sentinel (1977)
  246. Victory at Entebbe (1976) (TV)
  247. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1976-01-19)}
  248. Jaws (1975)
  249. Inserts (1974)
  250. The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (1974)
  251. The Second Coming of Suzanne (1974)
  252. American Graffiti (1973)
  253. Catch-22 (1973) (TV)
  254. Dillinger (1973)
  255. "A Touch of Grace" (1973) {The Accident (#1.12)}
  256. "Gunsmoke" (1955) {This Golden Land (#18.24)}
  257. "The Mod Squad" (1968) {The Night Holds Terror (#5.21)}
  258. "The New Dick Van Dyke Show" (1971) {Mr. Dazzle (#3.13)}
  259. The Shadow of a Gunman (1972) (TV)
  260. Two for the Money (1972) (TV)
  261. Untold Damage (1971) (TV)
  262. "The Young Lawyers" (1969) {Down at the House of Truth, Visiting (#1.21)}
  263. "You Are There" (1953) {The Mystery of Amelia Earhart}
  264. "Room 222" (1969) {The Valediction (#2.11)}
  265. "The Bold Ones: The New Doctors" (1969) {First: No Harm to the Patient (#2.4)}
  266. "The Mod Squad" (1968) {Mother of Sorrow (#2.20)}
  267. Hello Down There (1969)
  268. "Felony Squad" (1966) {The Last Man in the World (#3.13)}
  269. "The Ghost & Mrs. Muir" (1968) {Buried on Page One (#1.21)}
  270. "The New People" (1969) {Panic in the Sand (#1.1)}
  271. Romp!!! (1968) (TV)
  272. The Young Runaways (1968)
  273. "Judd for the Defense" (1967) {Weep the Hunter Home (#2.7)}
  274. The Graduate (1967)
  275. Valley of the Dolls (1967)
  276. "Hey, Landlord" (1966) {Big Brother Is Watching You (#1.25)}
  277. "Hey, Landlord" (1966) {Testing, One Two (#1.27)}
  278. "Occasional Wife" (1966) {Fair Play for Gypsies (#1.17)}
  279. "That Girl" (1966) {Paper Hats & Everything (#1.22)}
  280. "The Big Valley" (1965) {Boy Into Man (#2.18)}
  281. "The Second Hundred Years" (1967) {No Experience Necessary (#1.11)}
  282. "Bewitched" (1964) {Man's Best Friend (#2.34)}
  283. "Gidget" (1965) {Ego-a-Go-Go (#1.20)}
  284. "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" (1965) {My Son, the Actor (#2.10)}
  285. "Karen" (1964) {Karen's Simplicity Complex (#1.8)}
  286. "Disneyland" (1954) {Disneyland After Dark (#8.26)}


  1. Inserts (1974) (production associate)