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Fox, Michael J. (I) Biography




biography of Fox, Michael J. (I)

Michael Andrew Fox
Mike
9 June 1961, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
5' 4 1/2"
Michael J. Fox was born Michael Andrew Fox on June 9, 1961 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. His parents, Bill and 'Phyllis Fox' (qv), moved their ten-year-old son, his three sisters, 'Kelli Fox' (qv), Karen and Jacki and his brother Steven to Vancouver, British Columbia, after his father, a sergeant in the Canadian Army Signal Corps, retired. It was during these years that Michael developed his desire to act. At age 15, he successfully auditioned for the role of a 10-year-old in a series called _"Leo and Me" (1981)_ (qv). Gaining attention as a bright new star in Canadian television and movies, Michael realized his love for acting when he appeared on stage in "The Shadow Box". At age 18, he moved to Los Angeles and was offered a few roles in television series but early acting success ended fast when the roles stopped coming. For a while, he survived on boxes of macaroni and cheese. Then his agent called to tell him that he got the part of Alex P. Keaton on the situation comedy _"Family Ties" (1982)_ (qv). He starred in the feature films _Teen Wolf (1985)_ (qv), _High School U.S.A. (1983) (TV)_ (qv), _Poison Ivy (1985) (TV)_ (qv) and _Back to the Future (1985)_ (qv).
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-   'Tracy Pollan' (qv) (16 July 1988 - present); 4 children


-   Usually plays easygoing, even-tempered nice guy characters

-   Short stature

-   Brown hair and blue eyes


-   Revealed in the 7 December 1998 issue of People magazine that he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1991.

-   Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1985" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 37.

-   Mother is 'Phyllis Fox' (qv).

-   Adopted the "J." as an homage to character actor 'Michael J. Pollard' (qv).

-   (1987) Owned a black Ferrari Mondial coupe.

-   Quit high school before graduating from his senior year. Has said he regrets quitting high school as a "stupid youthful mistake."

-   Has forbidden any of his kids to quit high school for Hollywood, demanding that they at least finish high school and maybe attend 1-2 years of college.

-   According to an interview with Fox, he originally decided to use the middle initial J instead of his own A because he didn't want teen magazines to use headlines such as "Michael, A Fox!".

-   Is a vegetarian.

-   Younger sister is stage (Stratford and Shaw Festivals) and television actress 'Kelli Fox' (qv).

-   Was not the first choice to play Alex P. Keaton on _"Family Ties" (1982)_ (qv). He was only chosen after 'Matthew Broderick (I)' (qv), who was originally considered for the role, refused to have a long-term television obligation.

-   Has written his own book titled "Lucky Man" about Parkinson's and other things he has to deal with in life.

-   When filming _Doc Hollywood (1991)_ (qv), he noticed his finger twitching. He was unable to control it. He then saw a doctor and was diagnosed with Parkinson's.

-   Although he never received a real high school diploma, Fox was given an honorary high school diploma from John Dewey High School in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York, when he spoke at their graduation in 1984.

-   Has a theatre named after him located in his hometown of Burnaby, Brtitish Columbia, Canada.

-   He received his G.E.D. in 1995.

-   Received his first guitar for Christmas when he was 8. He taught himself how to play.

-   He was on Planet Hollywood's Wall of Fame.

-   Received his Star of the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on December 16, 2002.

-   He is good friends with Boston Bruins legend 'Cam Neely' (qv). He attended the retirement of Neely's number on January 12, 2004 at the Fleet Center in Boston.

-   NBC President 'Brandon Tartikoff' (qv) didn't initially like him because he couldn't see his face looking good on a lunch box. Ironically, Fox did not allow this type of marketing when _"Family Ties" (1982)_ (qv) became popular.

-   Negotiated the deal for _"Family Ties" (1982)_ (qv) from a phone booth outside a now defunct Pioneer Chicken restaurant in Hollywood because he had no phone at home. He was told the network would need to call, and he said he was only home between the hours of four and five. He waited for the call, and fortunately he was there to answer it and secure the _"Family Ties" (1982)_ (qv) role.

-   Accidentally injured co-star 'James Woods (I)' (qv)'s finger on the set of _The Hard Way (1991)_ (qv). Woods was throwing him into a popcorn machine when his finger got caught in the button hole of Fox's jacket and dislocated it.

-   Orginally, 'Robert Zemeckis' (qv) and 'Bob Gale' (qv) were unable to get Michael J. Fox, their first choice for the part of "Marty McFly" due to scheduling conflicts. The role had then gone to 'Eric Stoltz' (qv). After filming for six weeks, Eric Stoltz was let go from the film because Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale felt he was "too intense" for the character. Michael J. Fox, who was then available, accepted when asked again and took over the part of "Marty McFly".

-   (January 2000) Announced he is leaving _"Spin City" (1996)_ (qv) because of Parkinson's disease.

-   He, 'Jim Carrey' (qv) and the late 'Raymond Burr' (qv) head the list of top Canadians in American television compiled by Banff Television Festival, June 2002.

-   Has four children with 'Tracy Pollan' (qv); 'Sam Michael Fox' (qv) (born May 30, 1989), twins Aquinnah Kathleen Fox and Schuyler Frances Fox (born February 15, 1995) and Esme Annabelle Fox (born November 3, 2001).

-   _"Family Ties" (1982)_ (qv) creator 'Gary David Goldberg' (qv) didn't like Michael after his first audition, stating that he played Alex too smart-alecky. Casting director 'Judith Weiner' (qv) fought for him, so Goldberg gave him one more chance. He approached the second audition differently and was later called and offered the part.

-   There is a pub in London, Ontario, called "The Alex P. Keaton" in honor of his character on _"Family Ties" (1982)_ (qv).

-   Due to his suffering from Parkinson's Disease, during his run on _"Spin City" (1996)_ (qv), he often hid his left hand in his pocket.

-   Ranked #23 in TV Guide's list of "TV's 25 Greatest Teen Idols" (23 January 2005 issue).

-   His best-known roles, Alex P. Keaton and Marty McFly, both contain numerous references to 'Ronald Reagan (I)' (qv). Alex P. Keaton is a conservative Republican whose hero is Ronald Reagan. In _Back to the Future (1985)_ (qv), Marty informs an incredulous Doc Brown that Ronald Reagan, the actor, becomes the President of the United States. In _Back to the Future Part II (1989)_ (qv), Marty goes into the Cafe 80s, which is "hosted" by a computer-generated video image of President Reagan. In _Back to the Future Part III (1990)_ (qv), Michael almost got to work with Reagan himself. By this time, Reagan's second term was drawing to a close, if not already over, so director 'Robert Zemeckis' (qv) offered him the role of the 1885 mayor of Hill Valley (which may have been in reference to Reagan's first public office, that of Governor of California). Reagan declined.

-   When he was paying his dues as a struggling actor in Hollywood, he sold half of a sectional couch to a neighbor, and sold paper back books to a local bookstore for cash to buy groceries. He also had to borrow money from his parents to pay the rent, shortly before he landed the role in _"Family Ties" (1982)_ (qv).

-   He donated many items to 'Rocky Stone (I)' (qv) to be given to less fortunate kids as part of the Toy Mountain Campaign.

-   Having both American and Canadian passports, he also lived near the Nantucket Bay area of the Eastern United States.

-   Once lived in Montreal, Quebec.

-   In 1982, appeared on the first episode of the 'Peter Marshall (I)' (qv) wish-fulfilling series _"Fantasy" (1982)_ (qv). Marshall mentioned that Fox was a great fan of 'James Cagney' (qv), then drew Fox's attention to a video screen. Cagney appeared in a taped statement, telling Fox "Keep a-goin'!" This brought tears to Fox's eyes. Marshall then announced that Cagney had personally selected Fox to play him in a developing biopic about the legendary actor. Fox was overwhelmed with joy, but sadly, the film never got made.

-   (2008) He and his wife paid $6,300,000 for a newly built, six-bedroom house in Quogue, New York.

-   Met his wife, 'Tracy Pollan' (qv), on his television series _"Family Ties" (1982)_ (qv).

-   Received an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from New York University [May 2008].

-   Received an honorary doctor of laws degree on May 22, 2008 from the University of British Columbia.

-   Received an honorary star on the 10th Annual Canadian Walk of Fame. [September 2008].

-   'Michael J. Fox (I)' (qv) was invited by Sandeep Marwah President AAFT to visit the Asian Academy of Film and Television in film city Noida, India to interact with film and acting students.

-   Admits there was a period when he was living, and working in the United States illegally, and would not return to Canada, for fear of not being allowed back in to the United States. Had to hire immigration lawyers to "straighten it all out".

-   As he revealed in his autobiography "Lucky Man", he happened to be sitting right next to 'Princess Diana' (qv) at the world premiere of _Back to the Future (1985)_ (qv).

-   Michael was the first guest, when 'Jon Stewart (I)' (qv) took over as host of _"The Daily Show" (1996)_ (qv), on January 11, 1999.

-   Longtime friend of 'Denis Leary' (qv). They both share a love of hockey.

-   Brother-in-law of 'Michael Pollan' (qv).

-   His father William Fox died on 6 January 1990.

-   Fox was a supporter of then-candidate 'Barack Obama' (qv) during the 2008 presidential election. He says in "Always Looking Up" that on Election Day, he went to vote wearing a t-shirt reading "Barack to the Future" that a friend had made for him; the shirt's words and design were both references to Fox's famous role in the "Back to the Future" movies.

-   Fox says in his autobiography "Always Looking Up" that although he was raised nominally Anglican, he is now a member of a Reform Jewish congregation in New York. His wife, 'Tracy Pollan' (qv), was raised Jewish; their wedding ceremony had Jewish ritual elements (including a chuppah, the traditional Jewish wedding canopy); and their four children are being raised Jewish.

-   In 2010, he was given an honorary doctorate by Sweden's Karolinska Institute, the same organization that awards the Nobel Prize in medicine. The honor was given in recognition of his work in advocating a cure for Parkinson's disease.

-   In his book "Always Looking Up" (2009) he reveals that in 2000 he and his entire family flew from Paris back to New York on a Concorde on a Monday, the day before the Concord plane crash occurred. Originally, they had considered flying on Tuesday, the same day the plane crashed. When Michael heard about the tragedy on the news, he was so shocked and relieved that he immediately started crying.

-   Was in consideration for the role of Conrad in _Ordinary People (1980)_ (qv) but 'Timothy Hutton' (qv), who went on to win the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his performance, was cast instead.

-   Fox has often recounted that when he went to tell one of his teachers that he was about to drop out of high school to pursue an acting career, the teacher told him, "Fox, you're not going to be cute forever", to which Fox responded, "Maybe just long enough, sir". When he retold the story on 'David Letterman' (qv)'s show in 2011, Fox added, "it turns out we were both right".

-   His quote, "Pain is temporary, film is forever", is from the comedy movie _Three O'Clock High (1987)_ (qv).

-   Pictured on one of a set of four nondenominated ("permanent") Canadian postage stamps commemorating Difference Makers, issued 22 May 2012. Others honored in this issue were 'Rick Hansen (I)' (qv), 'Sheila Watt-Cloutier' (qv), and 'Louise Arbour' (qv).


-   Music video for Julian Lennon: "Stick Around"

-   TV commercials for Pepsi (1989)

-   TV commercial for Gateway Computers (2001)

-   Wrote autobiography, "Lucky Man", in 2001.

-   TV commercial for AquaFina (voice) (2002)

-   Political commercial for Yes on Proposition 71 (2004)

-   Appeared in several public service announcements promoting awareness of Parkinson's disease. Many of these can be seen on the Back to the Future DVDs.

-   Political TV commercial "Heart" to re-elect Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle (October 2006)

-   (February 2010) TV commercial for the Province of British Columbia tourism (playing himself)

-   The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (2000-present)

-   (????) TV commercial: Honda Integra (Japan)


-   Michael J. Fox. _Lucky Man._ New York: Hyperion, 2002.

-   Michael J. Fox. _Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist._ New York: Hyperion, 2009. ISBN 1401303382


-   Pain is temporary, film is forever.

-   I am careful not to confuse excellence with perfection. Excellence I can reach for; perfection is God's business.

-   (Talking about his future wife 'Tracy Pollan' (qv)) "One day, she came back from lunch with bad breath and I said 'Whoa, scampi for lunch?', and she said 'You are the rudest son of a bitch I have ever met in my life' and I was immediately attracted to her like 'Who is this woman?!'".

-   People always ask me if I say to myself 'Why Me?' and I tell them, 'Why not me?"'- On being diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease.

-   If 2 + 2 = 4 every time, what good is it? That's no fun.

-   In every aspect I have been blessed with the opportunity to work toward leaving an impact on the world and on the lives around me and to be a partner in the critical research for answers,.

-   I think this movie's gonna blow people away. It's just everything. It's everything... everything you go to movies for. - On Back to the Future Part II (1989).

-   A creative mess is better than idle tidiness.

-   When you're a short actor you stand on apple boxes, you walk on a ramp. When you're a short star everybody else walks in a ditch.

-   After a year or so I really thought I was Howard Hughes. Here I was at eighteen years old, getting all these checks...

-   Family is not an important thing. It's everything.


-   _"E! True Hollywood Story" (1996) {Michael J. Fox (#10.14)}_ (qv)


-   (2000) Release of the book, "Michael J. Fox" by Richard Kozar.

-   (2002) Release of his autobiography, "Lucky Man: A Memoir".

-   (2009) Release of his book, "Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist".


-   _Greedy (1994)_ (qv) -> $5,000,000

-   _The Secret of My Succe$s (1987)_ (qv) -> USD 2,000,000

-   _Teen Wolf (1985)_ (qv) -> USD 750,000

-   _Back to the Future (1985)_ (qv) -> USD 500,000


-   "Parade" (USA), 1 April 2012, pg. 6-9, by: Dotson Rader, "'I Don't look at life as a battle'"

-   "Reader's Digest" (USA), May 2010, pg. 78-83, by: Amy Wallace, "Michael J. Fox's Recipe for Happiness"

-   "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 12 September 2003, Vol. 1, Iss. 727, pg. 160, by: Gillian Flynn, "Stupid Questions"

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 13 May 2000, Vol. 48, Iss. 20, pg. 22-28, by: Steven Reddicliffe, "A Graceful Good-bye"

-   "Prevue" (USA), September 1990, Vol. 2, Iss. 40, pg. 50-53, by: George Hadley-Garcia, "Time-Traveling Talk With Michael J. Fox"

-   "Starlog" (USA), February 1990, Iss. 151, by: Marc Shapiro, "Time? He's Got Nothing But Time"

-   "Playboy" (USA), June 1987, Vol. 34, Iss. 6, pg. 128-131, by: David Rensin, "20 Questions"

-   "Starlog" (USA), September 1985, Vol. 9, Iss. 98, pg. 23-25, by: Lee Goldberg, "Michael J. Fox: 'I Was a Teenage Time-Tripper'"


-   "Asbury Park Press" (USA), 31 October 2010, Vol. 132, Iss. 24, pg. E2, by: Alex Biese, "Stars Get 'Welcome' Mat"

-   "The Guardian Weekend" (UK), 11 April 2009, pg. 16-17+19-20+23, by: Emma Brockes, "It's the Gift That Keeps On Taking"

-   "AARP: The Magazine" (USA), January 2006, Vol. 49, Iss. 1C, pg. 44-46, by: David Dudley, "2006 Impact Awards: Michael J. Fox"

-   "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 12 April 2002, Vol. 1, Iss. 648, pg. 68-69, by: Bruce Fretts, "Open Mike"

-   "People Weekly" (USA), 25 March 2002, pg. 100-104+106+108+111-112, "State of Grace"

-   "People Weekly" (USA), 26 June 2000, Vol. 53, Iss. 25, pg. 113, "Family Ties"

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 13 May 2000, Vol. 48, Iss. 20, pg. 30-34, by: Diane Clehane, "One Last Spin"

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 19 February 2000, Vol. 48, Iss. 8, pg. 5, by: Ileane Rudolph, "Farewell, Mr. Fox"

-   "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 4 February 2000, Vol. 1, Iss. 524, pg. 18, by: Ken Tucker, "Fox Trots"

-   "TV Movie" (Germany), 2000, Iss. 6, pg. 6-7, by: Ulrich Damm, "Michaels härtester Kampf"

-   "TV Guia" (Portugal), 1997, Iss. 964, pg. 88

-   "TV Guia" (Portugal), 1997, Iss. 984, pg. 30-31

-   "Rolling Stone" (USA), 12 March 1987, Iss. 495, pg. 30-32, 51-53, by: Mark Morrison, ""Michael J. Fox Unwinds""

-   "Rolling Stone" (USA), 15 January 1987, Iss. 491, pg. 25-26, by: Steve Pond, ""Trading Spaces""


-   "AD Rotterdams Dagblad" (Netherlands), 22 June 2012, "Nog meer sterren dan aan de hemel"

-   "Flair" (Belgium), 28 June 2001, Iss. 27, pg. 52, by: Johanne Pires, "Les séries qu'ils préfèrent"

-   "Roadshow" (Japan), November 1986, Iss. 11, pg. 40-41, by: George Lange, "Star Pin-Ups"


-   "Parade" (USA), 1 April 2012

-   "Reader's Digest" (USA), May 2010

-   "The Guardian Weekend" (UK), 11 April 2009

-   "AARP: The Magazine" (USA), January 2006, Vol. 49, Iss. 1C

-   "People Weekly" (USA), 25 March 2002

-   "Us Weekly" (USA), 8 January 2001, Iss. 308-309

-   "George Magazine" (USA), November 2000

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 13 May 2000, Vol. 48, Iss. 20

-   "Redbook" (USA), May 2000

-   "People Weekly" (USA), 7 February 2000

-   "TV Hören und Sehen" (Germany), February 1997, Iss. 8

-   "TV Spielfilm" (Germany), 11 January 1992, Iss. 1

-   "Us" (USA), 4 April 1991, Iss. 151

-   "Starlog" (USA), June 1990, Iss. 155

-   "Starlog" (USA), February 1990, Iss. 151

-   "Starlog" (USA), January 1990, Iss. 150

-   "Veronica" (Netherlands), 23 December 1989, Iss. 51

-   "Starlog" (USA), December 1989, Iss. 149

-   "Hitkrant" (Netherlands), 18 June 1988, Iss. 24

-   "Veronica" (Netherlands), 11 April 1987, Iss. 15

-   "Us" (USA), 23 March 1987, Iss. 46

-   "Rolling Stone" (USA), 12 March 1987

-   "Veronica" (Netherlands), 19 July 1986, Iss. 29

-   "Rolling Stone" (USA), 22 May 1986

-   "Us" (USA), 27 January 1986, Iss. 16

-   "Starlog" (USA), October 1985, Vol. 9, Iss. 99

-   "Starlog" (USA), August 1985, Vol. 9, Iss. 97

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  121. Comedy Central Roast of Denis Leary (2003) (TV)
  122. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2003-11-25)}
  123. Back to the Future: Making the Trilogy (2002) (V)
  124. Interstate 60: Episodes of the Road (2002)
  125. NBC 75th Anniversary Special (2002) (TV)
  126. Stuart Little 2 (2002)
  127. The Making of 'Atlantis: The Lost Empire' (2002) (V)
  128. "Clone High" (2002) {Escape to Beer Mountain: A Rope of Sand (#1.1)}
  129. "HBO First Look" (1992) {On the Set of 'Stuart Little 2' (#9.11)}
  130. "Larry King Live" (1985) {(2002-04-09)}
  131. "The Charlie Rose Show" (1991) {(2002-04-08)}
  132. "The Oprah Winfrey Show" (1986) {(2002-04-03)}
  133. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(2002-04-04)}
  134. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
  135. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) (VG)
  136. Eriksson's War: A Talk with Actor Michael J. Fox (2001) (V)
  137. The Concert for New York City (2001) (TV)
  138. What Lies Beneath: Constructing the Perfect Thriller (2001) (TV)
  139. "Spin City" (1996) {A Tree Falls in Manhattan (#6.2)}
  140. "Spin City" (1996) {The Arrival (#6.1)}
  141. "Spin City" (1996) {Wife with Mikey (#6.3)}
  142. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(2001-06-13)}
  143. 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2000) (TV)
  144. David Blaine: Frozen in Time (2000) (TV)
  145. Lord Stanley's Cup: Hockey's Ultimate Prize (2000) (V)
  146. Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash 2000 (2000) (TV)
  147. The 52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (2000) (TV)
  148. The 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2000) (TV)
  149. "HBO First Look" (1992) {'What Lies Beneath': Constructing the Perfect Thriller (#7.12)}
  150. "Spin City" (1996) {A Tale of Two Sisters (#4.13)}
  151. "Spin City" (1996) {About Last Night (#4.20)}
  152. "Spin City" (1996) {Airplane! (#4.22)}
  153. "Spin City" (1996) {An American Deputy Mayor in Paris (#4.23)}
  154. "Spin City" (1996) {Casino (#4.14)}
  155. "Spin City" (1996) {Don't Get on the Bus (#4.21)}
  156. "Spin City" (1996) {Goodbye: Part 1 (#4.25)}
  157. "Spin City" (1996) {Goodbye: Part 2 (#4.26)}
  158. "Spin City" (1996) {Mike's Best Friend's Boyfriend (#4.17)}
  159. "Spin City" (1996) {Suffragette City (#4.16)}
  160. "Spin City" (1996) {The Commitments (#4.24)}
  161. "Spin City" (1996) {The Marry Caitlin Moore Show (#4.15)}
  162. "Spin City" (1996) {The Pig Whisperer (#4.18)}
  163. "Spin City" (1996) {Uneasy Rider (#4.19)}
  164. Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Rock (1999) (TV)
  165. Stuart Little (1999)
  166. Stuart Little: Making It Big (1999) (TV)
  167. The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1999) (TV)
  168. The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1999) (TV)
  169. "HBO First Look" (1992) {'Stuart Little': Making It Big (#6.11)}
  170. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993) {(1999-04-30)}
  171. "Spin City" (1996) {All the Mayor's Men (#4.3)}
  172. "Spin City" (1996) {Back to the Future IV - Judgment Day (#3.18)}
  173. "Spin City" (1996) {Carter & Stuart & Bennett & Deirdre (#3.22)}
  174. "Spin City" (1996) {Catcher in the Bronx (#4.1)}
  175. "Spin City" (1996) {Dick Clark's Rockin' Make-Out Party '99 (#3.17)}
  176. "Spin City" (1996) {How to Bury a Millionaire (#4.8)}
  177. "Spin City" (1996) {Internal Affairs (#3.16)}
  178. "Spin City" (1996) {James and the Giant Speech (#4.2)}
  179. "Spin City" (1996) {Klumageddon: Part 1 (#3.25)}
  180. "Spin City" (1996) {Klumageddon: Part 2 (#3.26)}
  181. "Spin City" (1996) {Mustang Mikey (#4.11)}
  182. "Spin City" (1996) {My Dinner with Caitlin (#4.12)}
  183. "Spin City" (1996) {Not in the Line of Fire (#3.15)}
  184. "Spin City" (1996) {Politically Incorrect (#3.19)}
  185. "Spin City" (1996) {Rebel Without a Chair (#4.5)}
  186. "Spin City" (1996) {Taxi Driver (#3.13)}
  187. "Spin City" (1996) {That's Entertainment (#3.20)}
  188. "Spin City" (1996) {The Doorman Always Rings Twice (#4.10)}
  189. "Spin City" (1996) {The Great Debate (#4.7)}
  190. "Spin City" (1996) {The Last Temptation of Mike (#3.21)}
  191. "Spin City" (1996) {The Mayor May Not (#4.6)}
  192. "Spin City" (1996) {The Mayor with Two Brains (#3.23)}
  193. "Spin City" (1996) {The Nutty Deputy Mayor (#3.14)}
  194. "Spin City" (1996) {The Thanksgiving Show (#4.9)}
  195. "Spin City" (1996) {These Shoes Were Made for Cheatin' (#4.4)}
  196. "Spin City" (1996) {Wall Street (#3.24)}
  197. "The Daily Show" (1996) {Michael J. Fox (#3.75)}
  198. "The Directors" (1999) {The Films of Rob Reiner (#1.7)}
  199. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(1999-02-16)}
  200. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(1999-09-21)}
  201. "Healthy Kids" (1998)
  202. The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1998) (TV)
  203. The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1998) (TV)
  204. The Making of 'The Frighteners' (1998) (V)
  205. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993) {(1998-05-06)}
  206. "Spin City" (1996) {A River Runs Through Me (#2.19)}
  207. "Spin City" (1996) {An Officer and a Gentleman (#3.7)}
  208. "Spin City" (1996) {Bye, Bye, Birdie (#2.21)}
  209. "Spin City" (1996) {Dead Dog Talking (#3.1)}
  210. "Spin City" (1996) {Deaf Man Walking (#2.16)}
  211. "Spin City" (1996) {Gentleman's Agreement (#2.15)}
  212. "Spin City" (1996) {Gobble the Wonder Turkey Saves the Day (#3.10)}
  213. "Spin City" (1996) {Gone with the Wind (#3.3)}
  214. "Spin City" (1996) {It Happened One Night (#3.5)}
  215. "Spin City" (1996) {Local Hero (#3.11)}
  216. "Spin City" (1996) {Monkey Business (#3.12)}
  217. "Spin City" (1996) {One Wedding and a Funeral: Part 2 (#2.18)}
  218. "Spin City" (1996) {Quest for Fire (#3.8)}
  219. "Spin City" (1996) {Same Time Next Year (#2.13)}
  220. "Spin City" (1996) {Single White Male (#2.23)}
  221. "Spin City" (1996) {The Deer Hunter (#3.4)}
  222. "Spin City" (1996) {The Kidney's All Right (#3.9)}
  223. "Spin City" (1996) {The Lady or the Tiger (#2.22)}
  224. "Spin City" (1996) {The Marrying Men (#2.17)}
  225. "Spin City" (1996) {The Paul Bearer (#2.24)}
  226. "Spin City" (1996) {The Paul Lassiter Story (#2.14)}
  227. "Spin City" (1996) {The Pope of Gracie Mansion (#2.20)}
  228. "Spin City" (1996) {There's Something About Heidi (#3.2)}
  229. "Spin City" (1996) {Three Men and a Little Lady (#3.6)}
  230. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(1998-01-22)}
  231. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(1998-09-22)}
  232. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(1998-07-27)}
  233. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(1998-11-20)}
  234. Dennis Pennis R.I.P. (1997) (V)
  235. I Am Your Child (1997) (TV)
  236. Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's (1997)
  237. The 23rd Annual People's Choice Awards (1997) (TV)
  238. The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1997) (TV)
  239. Walt Disney World's 25th Anniversary Party (1997) (TV)
  240. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(1997-02-18)}
  241. "Spin City" (1996) {An Affair to Remember (#1.17)}
  242. "Spin City" (1996) {Bone Free (#1.22)}
  243. "Spin City" (1996) {Bye Bye Love (#1.13)}
  244. "Spin City" (1996) {Deaf Becomes Her (#1.20)}
  245. "Spin City" (1996) {Family Affair (#2.9)}
  246. "Spin City" (1996) {Family Affair: Part 2 (#2.10)}
  247. "Spin City" (1996) {Gabby's Song (#1.15)}
  248. "Spin City" (1996) {Hot in the City (#1.21)}
  249. "Spin City" (1996) {In the Heat of the Day (#2.5)}
  250. "Spin City" (1996) {Kiss Me, Stupid (#1.16)}
  251. "Spin City" (1996) {Mayor Over Miami (#1.24)}
  252. "Spin City" (1996) {Miracle Near 34th Street (#2.12)}
  253. "Spin City" (1996) {My Life Is a Soap Opera (#2.8)}
  254. "Spin City" (1996) {Paul Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (#2.1)}
  255. "Spin City" (1996) {Porn in the U.S.A. (#2.2)}
  256. "Spin City" (1996) {Radio Daze (#2.6)}
  257. "Spin City" (1996) {Snowbound (#1.18)}
  258. "Spin City" (1996) {Starting Over (#1.14)}
  259. "Spin City" (1996) {Striptease (#1.19)}
  260. "Spin City" (1996) {The Goodbye Girl (#2.4)}
  261. "Spin City" (1996) {The Mayor Who Came to Dinner (#1.23)}
  262. "Spin City" (1996) {The Thirty Year Itch (#2.7)}
  263. "Spin City" (1996) {Wonder Woman (#2.3)}
  264. "The Charlie Rose Show" (1991) {(1997-05-05)}
  265. "The Chris Rock Show" (1997) {Jesse Jackson/Rakim (#2.8)}
  266. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(1997-02-03)}
  267. "Very Important Pennis" (1995) {Very Important Pennis: Part 3 (#1.4)}
  268. 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1996) (TV)
  269. Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco (1996)
  270. Mars Attacks! (1996)
  271. The Frighteners (1996)
  272. "Showbiz Today" (1984) {(1996-12-12)}
  273. "Spin City" (1996) {A Star Is Born (#1.6)}
  274. "Spin City" (1996) {Criss Cross (#1.12)}
  275. "Spin City" (1996) {Dog Day Afternoon (#1.11)}
  276. "Spin City" (1996) {Grand Illusion (#1.7)}
  277. "Spin City" (1996) {Meet Tommy Dugan (#1.9)}
  278. "Spin City" (1996) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  279. "Spin City" (1996) {Pride and Prejudice (#1.4)}
  280. "Spin City" (1996) {The Apartment (#1.3)}
  281. "Spin City" (1996) {The Competition (#1.10)}
  282. "Spin City" (1996) {The Great Pretender (#1.2)}
  283. "Spin City" (1996) {The High and the Mighty (#1.8)}
  284. "Spin City" (1996) {The Rivals (#1.5)}
  285. "The Daily Show" (1996) {Michael J. Fox (#2.51)}
  286. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(1996-09-24)}
  287. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#4.170)}
  288. Blue in the Face (1995)
  289. Coldblooded (1995)
  290. The American President (1995)
  291. The Universal Story (1995) (TV)
  292. Your Studio and You (1995)
  293. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(1995-11-23)}
  294. "Showbiz Today" (1984) {(1995-04-27)}
  295. Don't Drink the Water (1994) (TV)
  296. Greedy (1994)
  297. "Club Disney" (1989) {(1994-02-19)}
  298. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(1994-12-16)}
  299. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#3.86)}
  300. For Love or Money (1993)
  301. Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993)
  302. Life with Mikey (1993)
  303. Time Machine: The Journey Back (1993) (V)
  304. Where the Rivers Flow North (1993)
  305. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(#1.7)}
  306. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#2.170)}
  307. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#2.96)}
  308. James Cagney: Top of the World (1992) (TV)
  309. Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash (1992) (TV)
  310. The Last Laugh: Memories of the Cosby Show (1992) (TV)
  311. "Late Night with David Letterman" (1982) {(1992-05-22)}
  312. "Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories" (1992) {There's a Nightmare in My Closet/There's an Alligator Under My Bed/There's Something in My Attic (#1.4)}
  313. "The Howard Stern Show" (1990) {(1992-07-18)}
  314. Doc Hollywood (1991)
  315. The Hard Way (1991)
  316. "Late Night with David Letterman" (1982) {(1991-07-10)}
  317. "Saturday Night Live" (1975) {Michael J. Fox/Black Crowes (#16.15)}
  318. "Showbiz Today" (1984) {(1991-05-01)}
  319. "Tonight Live with Steve Vizard" (1990) {(1991-09-30)}
  320. "Wogan" (1982) {(1991-05-01)}
  321. Back to the Future Part III (1990)
  322. Miles Turns 21 (1990) (TV)
  323. Reach for the Stars 1990: The Official Boston Bruins Video (1990) (V)
  324. Sex, Buys & Advertising (1990) (TV)
  325. The Secrets of the Back to the Future Trilogy (1990) (TV)
  326. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(1990-05-28)}
  327. "The Arsenio Hall Show" (1989) {(1990-06-08)}
  328. Back to the Future Part II (1989)
  329. Back to the Future Part II Behind-the-Scenes Special Presentation (1989) (TV)
  330. Casualties of War (1989)
  331. "Family Ties" (1982) {'Til Her Daddy Takes the T-Bird Away (#7.15)}
  332. "Family Ties" (1982) {Alex Doesn't Live Here Anymore: Part 1 (#7.25)}
  333. "Family Ties" (1982) {Alex Doesn't Live Here Anymore: Part 2 (#7.26)}
  334. "Family Ties" (1982) {All in the Neighborhood: Part 1 (#7.17)}
  335. "Family Ties" (1982) {All in the Neighborhood: Part 2 (#7.18)}
  336. "Family Ties" (1982) {Basic Training (#7.8)}
  337. "Family Ties" (1982) {Deja Vu (#7.9)}
  338. "Family Ties" (1982) {Get Me to the Living Room on Time (#7.11)}
  339. "Family Ties" (1982) {Mr. Keaton Takes a Vacation (#7.24)}
  340. "Family Ties" (1982) {My Best Friend's Girl (#7.14)}
  341. "Family Ties" (1982) {Nick's Best Friend (#7.10)}
  342. "Family Ties" (1982) {Rain Forests Keep Fallin' on My Head (#7.21)}
  343. "Family Ties" (1982) {Simon Says (#7.16)}
  344. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Job Not Taken (#7.12)}
  345. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Wrecker's Ball (#7.13)}
  346. "Family Ties" (1982) {They Can't Take That Away from Me: Part 1 (#7.19)}
  347. "Family Ties" (1982) {They Can't Take That Away from Me: Part 2 (#7.20)}
  348. "Family Ties" (1982) {Wrap Around the Clock: Part 1 (#7.22)}
  349. "Family Ties" (1982) {Wrap Around the Clock: Part 2 (#7.23)}
  350. Bright Lights, Big City (1988)
  351. Mickey's 60th Birthday (1988) (TV)
  352. The 40th Annual Emmy Awards (1988) (TV)
  353. The Starlight Annual Foundation Benefit (1988) (TV)
  354. "Family Ties" (1982) {Beyond Therapy (#7.4)}
  355. "Family Ties" (1982) {Designing Woman (#7.2)}
  356. "Family Ties" (1982) {Heartstrings: Part 1 (#7.5)}
  357. "Family Ties" (1982) {Heartstrings: Part 2 (#7.6)}
  358. "Family Ties" (1982) {Heartstrings: Part 3 (#7.7)}
  359. "Family Ties" (1982) {It Happened One Night (#7.1)}
  360. "Family Ties" (1982) {Quittin' Time (#6.23)}
  361. "Family Ties" (1982) {Read It and Weep: Part 1 (#6.21)}
  362. "Family Ties" (1982) {Read It and Weep: Part 2 (#6.22)}
  363. "Family Ties" (1982) {Return of the Native (#6.27)}
  364. "Family Ties" (1982) {Sign of the Times (#6.26)}
  365. "Family Ties" (1982) {Spring Reminds Me (#6.24)}
  366. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Blues Brother (#6.20)}
  367. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Boys Next Door (#6.25)}
  368. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Play's the Thing (#6.18)}
  369. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Spirit of Columbus (#6.19)}
  370. "Family Ties" (1982) {Truckers (#7.3)}
  371. Citizen Steve (1987)
  372. Comic Relief '87 (1987) (TV)
  373. Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (1987) (TV)
  374. Funny, You Don't Look 200: A Constitutional Vaudeville (1987) (TV)
  375. Light of Day (1987)
  376. The 39th Annual Emmy Awards (1987) (TV)
  377. The Return of Bruno (1987) (TV)
  378. The Secret of My Succe$s (1987)
  379. "Family Ties" (1982) {'D' Is for Date (#5.25)}
  380. "Family Ties" (1982) {A Tale of Two Cities: Part 1 (#5.17)}
  381. "Family Ties" (1982) {A Tale of Two Cities: Part 2 (#5.18)}
  382. "Family Ties" (1982) {A, My Name Is Alex: Part 1 (#5.23)}
  383. "Family Ties" (1982) {A, My Name Is Alex: Part 2 (#5.24)}
  384. "Family Ties" (1982) {Anniversary Waltz (#6.16)}
  385. "Family Ties" (1982) {Architect's Apprentice (#5.16)}
  386. "Family Ties" (1982) {Band on the Run (#5.21)}
  387. "Family Ties" (1982) {Battle of the Sexes: Part 1 (#5.19)}
  388. "Family Ties" (1982) {Battle of the Sexes: Part 2 (#5.20)}
  389. "Family Ties" (1982) {Citizen Keaton (#6.11)}
  390. "Family Ties" (1982) {Dear Mallory (#6.3)}
  391. "Family Ties" (1982) {Dream Date (#6.5)}
  392. "Family Ties" (1982) {Father Time: Part 1 (#6.12)}
  393. "Family Ties" (1982) {Father Time: Part 2 (#6.13)}
  394. "Family Ties" (1982) {Higher Love (#5.15)}
  395. "Family Ties" (1982) {Invasion of the Psychologist Snatchers (#6.8)}
  396. "Family Ties" (1982) {It's My Party: Part 1 (#5.29)}
  397. "Family Ties" (1982) {It's My Party: Part 2 (#5.30)}
  398. "Family Ties" (1982) {Keaton vs. Keaton (#5.22)}
  399. "Family Ties" (1982) {Love Me Do (#5.26)}
  400. "Family Ties" (1982) {Matchmaker (#5.28)}
  401. "Family Ties" (1982) {Miracle in Columbus (#6.17)}
  402. "Family Ties" (1982) {Mister Sister (#6.10)}
  403. "Family Ties" (1982) {O'Brother: Part 1 (#5.13)}
  404. "Family Ties" (1982) {O'Brother: Part 2 (#5.14)}
  405. "Family Ties" (1982) {Super Mom (#6.6)}
  406. "Family Ties" (1982) {The American Family: Part 1 (#6.14)}
  407. "Family Ties" (1982) {The American Family: Part 2 (#6.15)}
  408. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Last of the Red Hot Psychologists: Part 1 (#6.1)}
  409. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Last of the Red Hot Psychologists: Part 2 (#6.2)}
  410. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Other Woman (#6.4)}
  411. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Visit (#5.27)}
  412. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Way We Were (#6.9)}
  413. "Family Ties" (1982) {Walking on Air (#6.7)}
  414. "Muppet Babies" (1984) {This Little Piggy Went to Hollywood (#4.6)}
  415. "One to Grow On" (1982) {Lighting Matches}
  416. Comic Relief (1986/I) (TV)
  417. David Letterman's 2nd Annual Holiday Film Festival (1986) (TV)
  418. NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration (1986) (TV)
  419. The 1986 Jewish National Funds Annual Tree of Life Awards (1986) (TV)
  420. The 38th Annual Emmy Awards (1986) (TV)
  421. The 43rd Annual Golden Globe Awards (1986) (TV)
  422. The 46th Annual Golden Apple Awards (1986) (TV)
  423. The 58th Annual Academy Awards (1986) (TV)
  424. "Family Ties" (1982) {A Word to the Wise: Part 1 (#4.18)}
  425. "Family Ties" (1982) {A Word to the Wise: Part 2 (#4.19)}
  426. "Family Ties" (1982) {Art Lover (#4.20)}
  427. "Family Ties" (1982) {Be True to Your Preschool (#5.1)}
  428. "Family Ties" (1982) {Beauty and the Bank (#5.5)}
  429. "Family Ties" (1982) {Checkmate (#4.16)}
  430. "Family Ties" (1982) {Engine Trouble (#4.17)}
  431. "Family Ties" (1982) {Fool for Love (#4.15)}
  432. "Family Ties" (1982) {High School Confidential (#5.10)}
  433. "Family Ties" (1982) {Mrs. Wrong: Part 1 (#5.6)}
  434. "Family Ties" (1982) {Mrs. Wrong: Part 2 (#5.7)}
  435. "Family Ties" (1982) {My Back Pages (#5.4)}
  436. "Family Ties" (1982) {My Brother's Keeper (#5.9)}
  437. "Family Ties" (1982) {My Buddy (#4.22)}
  438. "Family Ties" (1982) {My Mother, My Friend (#5.12)}
  439. "Family Ties" (1982) {Nothing But a Man (#4.12)}
  440. "Family Ties" (1982) {Once in Love with Elyse (#4.23)}
  441. "Family Ties" (1982) {Paper Chase (#4.24)}
  442. "Family Ties" (1982) {Paper Lion (#5.11)}
  443. "Family Ties" (1982) {Starting Over (#5.2)}
  444. "Family Ties" (1982) {Teacher's Pet (#4.21)}
  445. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Big Fix (#5.8)}
  446. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Disciple (#4.13)}
  447. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Freshman and the Senior (#5.3)}
  448. "One to Grow On" (1982) {Uncomfortable Touching}
  449. Back to the Future (1985)
  450. Family Ties Vacation (1985) (TV)
  451. Night of 100 Stars II (1985) (TV)
  452. Poison Ivy (1985) (TV)
  453. Teen Wolf (1985)
  454. The 11th Annual People's Choice Awards (1985) (TV)
  455. The 37th Annual Emmy Awards (1985) (TV)
  456. The Making of 'Back to the Future' (1985) (TV)
  457. The National Association of Theater Owners Awards (1985) (TV)
  458. The NBC All Star Hour (1985) (TV)
  459. Time Travel: Fact, Fiction and Fantasy (1985) (TV)
  460. "America" (1985) {(#1.1)}
  461. "Family Ties" (1982) {Auntie Up (#3.14)}
  462. "Family Ties" (1982) {Birth of a Keaton: Part 1 (#3.16)}
  463. "Family Ties" (1982) {Birth of a Keaton: Part 2 (#3.17)}
  464. "Family Ties" (1982) {Bringing Up Baby (#3.20)}
  465. "Family Ties" (1982) {Cold Storage (#3.21)}
  466. "Family Ties" (1982) {Cry Baby (#3.18)}
  467. "Family Ties" (1982) {Designated Hitter (#4.4)}
  468. "Family Ties" (1982) {Don't Go Changing (#4.5)}
  469. "Family Ties" (1982) {Don't Know Much About History (#3.19)}
  470. "Family Ties" (1982) {Just One Look (#4.9)}
  471. "Family Ties" (1982) {Mr. Right (#4.8)}
  472. "Family Ties" (1982) {Mr. Wrong (#4.3)}
  473. "Family Ties" (1982) {My Tutor (#4.7)}
  474. "Family Ties" (1982) {Oh, Donna (#3.13)}
  475. "Family Ties" (1982) {Philadelphia Story (#3.15)}
  476. "Family Ties" (1982) {Remembrances of Things Past: Part 1 (#3.22)}
  477. "Family Ties" (1982) {Remembrances of Things Past: Part 2 (#3.23)}
  478. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Old College Try (#4.6)}
  479. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Real Thing: Part 1 (#4.1)}
  480. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Real Thing: Part 2 (#4.2)}
  481. "Family Ties" (1982) {You've Got a Friend (#4.11)}
  482. "Northwest Afternoon" (1984)
  483. Battle of the Network Stars XVI (1984) (TV)
  484. Battle of the Network Stars XVII (1984) (TV)
  485. Don't Ask Me, Ask God (1984) (TV)
  486. The Homemade Comedy Special (1984) (TV)
  487. "Family Ties" (1982) {'M' Is for the Many Things (#2.13)}
  488. "Family Ties" (1982) {4 Rms Ocn Vu (#3.7)}
  489. "Family Ties" (1982) {Baby Boy Doe (#2.19)}
  490. "Family Ties" (1982) {Best Man (#3.8)}
  491. "Family Ties" (1982) {Birthday Boy (#2.11)}
  492. "Family Ties" (1982) {Diary of a Young Girl (#2.21)}
  493. "Family Ties" (1982) {Don't Kiss Me, I'm Only the Messenger (#3.10)}
  494. "Family Ties" (1982) {Double Date (#2.17)}
  495. "Family Ties" (1982) {Fabric Smarts (#3.5)}
  496. "Family Ties" (1982) {Go Tigers (#2.12)}
  497. "Family Ties" (1982) {Help Wanted (#3.11)}
  498. "Family Ties" (1982) {Here We Go Again (#3.1)}
  499. "Family Ties" (1982) {Hotline Fever (#3.6)}
  500. "Family Ties" (1982) {Karen II, Alex 0 (#3.12)}
  501. "Family Ties" (1982) {Keaton and Son (#3.4)}
  502. "Family Ties" (1982) {Ladies' Man (#2.15)}
  503. "Family Ties" (1982) {Lady Sings the Blues (#2.18)}
  504. "Family Ties" (1982) {Little Man on Campus (#3.2)}
  505. "Family Ties" (1982) {Lost Weekend (#3.9)}
  506. "Family Ties" (1982) {Love Thy Neighbor (#3.3)}
  507. "Family Ties" (1982) {Ready or Not (#2.16)}
  508. "Family Ties" (1982) {Say Uncle (#2.14)}
  509. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Gambler (#2.23)}
  510. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Graduate (#2.20)}
  511. "Family Ties" (1982) {Working at It (#2.22)}
  512. "Night Court" (1984) {Santa Goes Downtown (#1.2)}
  513. "Star Search" (1983) {(#2.11)}
  514. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-02-20)}
  515. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-02-21)}
  516. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-02-22)}
  517. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-02-23)}
  518. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-02-24)}
  519. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-05-14)}
  520. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-05-15)}
  521. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-05-16)}
  522. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-05-17)}
  523. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-05-18)}
  524. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-07-23)}
  525. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-07-24)}
  526. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-07-25)}
  527. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-07-26)}
  528. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-07-27)}
  529. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-10-15)}
  530. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-10-16)}
  531. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-10-17)}
  532. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-10-18)}
  533. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1984-10-19)}
  534. High School U.S.A. (1983) (TV)
  535. "Family Ties" (1982) {A Keaton Christmas Carol (#2.9)}
  536. "Family Ties" (1982) {Batter Up (#2.8)}
  537. "Family Ties" (1982) {Elyse D'Arc (#1.22)}
  538. "Family Ties" (1982) {French Lessons (#1.17)}
  539. "Family Ties" (1982) {I Gotta Be Ming (#1.18)}
  540. "Family Ties" (1982) {Margin of Error (#1.16)}
  541. "Family Ties" (1982) {Not an Affair to Remember (#2.5)}
  542. "Family Ties" (1982) {Sherry Baby (#1.13)}
  543. "Family Ties" (1982) {Speed Trap (#2.6)}
  544. "Family Ties" (1982) {Stage Fright (#1.21)}
  545. "Family Ties" (1982) {Suzanne Takes You Down (#1.19)}
  546. "Family Ties" (1982) {Sweet Lorraine (#2.7)}
  547. "Family Ties" (1982) {Tender Is the Knight (#2.1)}
  548. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Fifth Wheel (#1.20)}
  549. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Fugitive: Part 1 (#1.14)}
  550. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Fugitive: Part 2 (#1.15)}
  551. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Harder They Fall (#2.3)}
  552. "Family Ties" (1982) {The Homecoming (#2.2)}
  553. "Family Ties" (1982) {This Year's Model (#2.4)}
  554. "Family Ties" (1982) {To Snatch a Keith (#2.10)}
  555. "Go" (1983) {(1983-11-21)}
  556. "Go" (1983) {(1983-11-22)}
  557. "Go" (1983) {(1983-11-23)}
  558. "Go" (1983) {(1983-11-24)}
  559. "Go" (1983) {(1983-11-25)}
  560. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-07-11)}
  561. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-07-12)}
  562. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-07-13)}
  563. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-07-14)}
  564. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-07-15)}
  565. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-12-05)}
  566. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-12-06)}
  567. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-12-07)}
  568. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-12-08)}
  569. "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) {(1983-12-09)}
  570. "The Love Boat" (1977) {I Like to Be in America/He Ain't Heavy/Abby's Maiden Voyage (#6.22)}
  571. Class of 1984 (1982)
  572. "Family Ties" (1982) {A Christmas Story (#1.11)}
  573. "Family Ties" (1982) {Big Brother Is Watching (#1.7)}
  574. "Family Ties" (1982) {Death of a Grocer (#1.9)}
  575. "Family Ties" (1982) {Give Your Uncle Arthur a Kiss (#1.6)}
  576. "Family Ties" (1982) {Have Gun, Will Unravel (#1.10)}
  577. "Family Ties" (1982) {I Know Jennifer's Boyfriend (#1.3)}
  578. "Family Ties" (1982) {I Never Killed for My Father (#1.5)}
  579. "Family Ties" (1982) {No Nukes Is Good Nukes (#1.8)}
  580. "Family Ties" (1982) {Not with My Sister You Don't (#1.2)}
  581. "Family Ties" (1982) {Oops (#1.12)}
  582. "Family Ties" (1982) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  583. "Family Ties" (1982) {Summer of '82 (#1.4)}
  584. "Teachers Only" (1982) {The Make Up Test (#1.5)}
  585. "Leo and Me" (1981)
  586. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {Crossroads (#2.10)}
  587. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {Future City (#2.4)}
  588. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {Scandal (#2.2)}
  589. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {The Threat (#2.6)}
  590. "Trapper John, M.D." (1979) {Brain Child (#2.18)}
  591. Midnight Madness (1980)
  592. Trouble in High Timber Country (1980) (TV)
  593. "Family" (1976) {Such a Fine Line (#5.9)}
  594. "Here's Boomer" (1980) {Tell 'Em Boomer Sent You (#1.5)}
  595. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {A Place for Bo (#1.3)}
  596. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {Palmerstown, U.S.A (#1.1)}
  597. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {The Black Travelers: I (#1.5)}
  598. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {The Black Travelers: II (#1.6)}
  599. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {The Lesson (#1.2)}
  600. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {The Lesson (#1.4)}
  601. "Palmerstown, U.S.A." (1980) {The Old Sister (#1.7)}
  602. Letters from Frank (1979) (TV)
  603. "Lou Grant" (1977) {Kids (#3.13)}
  604. "The Beachcombers" (1972) {Truck Logger (#1.17)}

Movies Produced

  1. Untitled Michael J. Fox/Sam Laybourne Project (2013) (TV) (executive producer)
  2. Hench at Home (2003) (TV) (executive producer)
  3. Otherwise Engaged (2002) (TV) (executive producer)
  4. "Spin City" (1996) {Casino (#4.14)} (executive producer)
  5. "Spin City" (1996) {Mike's Best Friend's Boyfriend (#4.17)} (executive producer)
  6. "Spin City" (1996) {Don't Get on the Bus (#4.21)} (executive producer)
  7. "Spin City" (1996) {A Tale of Two Sisters (#4.13)} (executive producer)
  8. "Spin City" (1996) {About Last Night (#4.20)} (executive producer)
  9. "Spin City" (1996) {Goodbye: Part 1 (#4.25)} (executive producer)
  10. "Spin City" (1996) {Airplane! (#4.22)} (executive producer)
  11. "Spin City" (1996) {Goodbye: Part 2 (#4.26)} (executive producer)
  12. "Spin City" (1996) {An American Deputy Mayor in Paris (#4.23)} (executive producer)
  13. "Spin City" (1996) {Suffragette City (#4.16)} (executive producer)
  14. "Spin City" (1996) {The Commitments (#4.24)} (executive producer)
  15. "Spin City" (1996) {The Marry Caitlin Moore Show (#4.15)} (executive producer)
  16. "Spin City" (1996) {The Pig Whisperer (#4.18)} (executive producer)
  17. "Spin City" (1996) {Uneasy Rider (#4.19)} (executive producer)
  18. "Anna Says" (1999) (executive producer)
  19. "Spin City" (1996) {Back to the Future IV - Judgment Day (#3.18)} (executive producer)
  20. "Spin City" (1996) {Internal Affairs (#3.16)} (executive producer)
  21. "Spin City" (1996) {James and the Giant Speech (#4.2)} (executive producer)
  22. "Spin City" (1996) {Carter & Stuart & Bennett & Deirdre (#3.22)} (executive producer)
  23. "Spin City" (1996) {Klumageddon: Part 1 (#3.25)} (executive producer)
  24. "Spin City" (1996) {Klumageddon: Part 2 (#3.26)} (executive producer)
  25. "Spin City" (1996) {Catcher in the Bronx (#4.1)} (executive producer)
  26. "Spin City" (1996) {Dick Clark's Rockin' Make-Out Party '99 (#3.17)} (executive producer)
  27. "Spin City" (1996) {All the Mayor's Men (#4.3)} (executive producer)
  28. "Spin City" (1996) {How to Bury a Millionaire (#4.8)} (executive producer)
  29. "Spin City" (1996) {The Thanksgiving Show (#4.9)} (executive producer)
  30. "Spin City" (1996) {Taxi Driver (#3.13)} (executive producer)
  31. "Spin City" (1996) {That's Entertainment (#3.20)} (executive producer)
  32. "Spin City" (1996) {These Shoes Were Made for Cheatin' (#4.4)} (executive producer)
  33. "Spin City" (1996) {The Doorman Always Rings Twice (#4.10)} (executive producer)
  34. "Spin City" (1996) {Mustang Mikey (#4.11)} (executive producer)
  35. "Spin City" (1996) {My Dinner with Caitlin (#4.12)} (executive producer)
  36. "Spin City" (1996) {The Great Debate (#4.7)} (executive producer)
  37. "Spin City" (1996) {Not in the Line of Fire (#3.15)} (executive producer)
  38. "Spin City" (1996) {The Last Temptation of Mike (#3.21)} (executive producer)
  39. "Spin City" (1996) {Politically Incorrect (#3.19)} (executive producer)
  40. "Spin City" (1996) {The Mayor May Not (#4.6)} (executive producer)
  41. "Spin City" (1996) {The Mayor with Two Brains (#3.23)} (executive producer)
  42. "Spin City" (1996) {Rebel Without a Chair (#4.5)} (executive producer)
  43. "Spin City" (1996) {The Nutty Deputy Mayor (#3.14)} (executive producer)
  44. "Spin City" (1996) {Wall Street (#3.24)} (executive producer)
  45. "Spin City" (1996) {It Happened One Night (#3.5)} (executive producer)
  46. "Spin City" (1996) {Bye, Bye, Birdie (#2.21)} (executive producer)
  47. "Spin City" (1996) {Local Hero (#3.11)} (executive producer)
  48. "Spin City" (1996) {Dead Dog Talking (#3.1)} (executive producer)
  49. "Spin City" (1996) {Deaf Man Walking (#2.16)} (executive producer)
  50. "Spin City" (1996) {A River Runs Through Me (#2.19)} (executive producer)
  51. "Spin City" (1996) {Gentleman's Agreement (#2.15)} (executive producer)
  52. "Spin City" (1996) {Gobble the Wonder Turkey Saves the Day (#3.10)} (executive producer)
  53. "Spin City" (1996) {Gone with the Wind (#3.3)} (executive producer)
  54. "Spin City" (1996) {An Officer and a Gentleman (#3.7)} (executive producer)
  55. "Spin City" (1996) {There's Something About Heidi (#3.2)} (executive producer)
  56. "Spin City" (1996) {The Deer Hunter (#3.4)} (executive producer)
  57. "Spin City" (1996) {Monkey Business (#3.12)} (executive producer)
  58. "Spin City" (1996) {One Wedding and a Funeral: Part 2 (#2.18)} (executive producer)
  59. "Spin City" (1996) {The Kidney's All Right (#3.9)} (executive producer)
  60. "Spin City" (1996) {The Lady or the Tiger (#2.22)} (executive producer)
  61. "Spin City" (1996) {The Marrying Men (#2.17)} (executive producer)
  62. "Spin City" (1996) {Quest for Fire (#3.8)} (executive producer)
  63. "Spin City" (1996) {Same Time Next Year (#2.13)} (executive producer)
  64. "Spin City" (1996) {The Paul Bearer (#2.24)} (executive producer)
  65. "Spin City" (1996) {Single White Male (#2.23)} (executive producer)
  66. "Spin City" (1996) {The Paul Lassiter Story (#2.14)} (executive producer)
  67. "Spin City" (1996) {The Pope of Gracie Mansion (#2.20)} (executive producer)
  68. "Spin City" (1996) {Three Men and a Little Lady (#3.6)} (executive producer)
  69. "Spin City" (1996) {In the Heat of the Day (#2.5)} (executive producer)
  70. "Spin City" (1996) {Bone Free (#1.22)} (executive producer)
  71. "Spin City" (1996) {Bye Bye Love (#1.13)} (executive producer)
  72. "Spin City" (1996) {Kiss Me, Stupid (#1.16)} (executive producer)
  73. "Spin City" (1996) {Mayor Over Miami (#1.24)} (executive producer)
  74. "Spin City" (1996) {Deaf Becomes Her (#1.20)} (executive producer)
  75. "Spin City" (1996) {Family Affair (#2.9)} (executive producer)
  76. "Spin City" (1996) {Family Affair: Part 2 (#2.10)} (executive producer)
  77. "Spin City" (1996) {Gabby's Song (#1.15)} (executive producer)
  78. "Spin City" (1996) {An Affair to Remember (#1.17)} (executive producer)
  79. "Spin City" (1996) {Hot in the City (#1.21)} (executive producer)
  80. "Spin City" (1996) {The Thirty Year Itch (#2.7)} (executive producer)
  81. "Spin City" (1996) {Miracle Near 34th Street (#2.12)} (executive producer)
  82. "Spin City" (1996) {The Goodbye Girl (#2.4)} (executive producer)
  83. "Spin City" (1996) {My Life Is a Soap Opera (#2.8)} (executive producer)
  84. "Spin City" (1996) {Paul Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (#2.1)} (executive producer)
  85. "Spin City" (1996) {Porn in the U.S.A. (#2.2)} (executive producer)
  86. "Spin City" (1996) {The Mayor Who Came to Dinner (#1.23)} (executive producer)
  87. "Spin City" (1996) {Radio Daze (#2.6)} (executive producer)
  88. "Spin City" (1996) {Snowbound (#1.18)} (executive producer)
  89. "Spin City" (1996) {Starting Over (#1.14)} (executive producer)
  90. "Spin City" (1996) {Striptease (#1.19)} (executive producer)
  91. "Spin City" (1996) {Wonder Woman (#2.3)} (executive producer)
  92. "Spin City" (1996) {Criss Cross (#1.12)} (executive producer)
  93. "Spin City" (1996) {Meet Tommy Dugan (#1.9)} (executive producer)
  94. "Spin City" (1996) {Dog Day Afternoon (#1.11)} (executive producer)
  95. "Spin City" (1996) {A Star Is Born (#1.6)} (executive producer)
  96. "Spin City" (1996) {Grand Illusion (#1.7)} (executive producer)
  97. "Spin City" (1996) {The Apartment (#1.3)} (executive producer)
  98. "Spin City" (1996) {The Competition (#1.10)} (executive producer)
  99. "Spin City" (1996) {The Great Pretender (#1.2)} (executive producer)
  100. "Spin City" (1996) {The High and the Mighty (#1.8)} (executive producer)
  101. "Spin City" (1996) {Pilot (#1.1)} (executive producer)
  102. "Spin City" (1996) {Pride and Prejudice (#1.4)} (executive producer)
  103. "Spin City" (1996) {The Rivals (#1.5)} (executive producer)
  104. Coldblooded (1995) (producer)

Misc

  1. "Spin City" (1996) {Let's Give Them Something to Talk About (#6.19)} (executive consultant)
  2. "Spin City" (1996) {Look Who's Not Talking (#6.20)} (executive consultant)
  3. "Spin City" (1996) {Rags to Riches (#6.14)} (executive consultant)
  4. "Spin City" (1996) {Sex, Lies and Video Date (#6.15)} (executive consultant)
  5. "Spin City" (1996) {A Friend in Need (#6.22)} (executive consultant)
  6. "Spin City" (1996) {A Tale of Four Cities (#6.21)} (executive consultant)
  7. "Spin City" (1996) {Age Against the Machine (#6.17)} (executive consultant)
  8. "Spin City" (1996) {Eyes Wide Open (#6.16)} (executive consultant)
  9. "Spin City" (1996) {Minor League (#5.19)} (executive consultant)
  10. "Spin City" (1996) {She's Gotta Habit (#6.8)} (executive consultant)
  11. "Spin City" (1996) {Sleeping with the Enemy (#6.7)} (executive consultant)
  12. "Spin City" (1996) {The Arrival (#6.1)} (executive consultant)
  13. "Spin City" (1996) {A Shot in the Dark: Part 1 (#5.22)} (executive consultant)
  14. "Spin City" (1996) {A Shot in the Dark: Part 2 (#5.23)} (executive consultant)
  15. "Spin City" (1996) {The Wedding Scammer (#6.9)} (executive consultant)
  16. "Spin City" (1996) {A Tree Falls in Manhattan (#6.2)} (executive consultant)
  17. "Spin City" (1996) {Yeah Baby! (#6.6)} (executive consultant)
  18. "Spin City" (1996) {You've Got Male (#5.18)} (executive consultant)
  19. "Spin City" (1996) {An Office and a Gentleman (#6.12)} (executive consultant)
  20. "Spin City" (1996) {Brotherly Love (#5.21)} (executive consultant)
  21. "Spin City" (1996) {Chinatown (#6.11)} (executive consultant)
  22. "Spin City" (1996) {Fight Flub (#6.10)} (executive consultant)
  23. "Spin City" (1996) {Hello Charlie (#5.1)} (executive consultant)
  24. "Spin City" (1996) {Lost and Found (#5.7)} (executive consultant)
  25. "Spin City" (1996) {Smile (#5.2)} (executive consultant)
  26. "Spin City" (1996) {The Bone Collectors (#5.4)} (executive consultant)
  27. "Spin City" (1996) {The Burgers of Wrath (#5.9)} (executive consultant)
  28. "Spin City" (1996) {The Spanish Prisoner (#5.3)} (executive consultant)
  29. "Spin City" (1996) {Toy Story (#5.10)} (executive consultant)
  30. "Spin City" (1996) {All the Wrong Moves (#5.8)} (executive consultant)
  31. "Spin City" (1996) {Balloons over Broadway (#5.6)} (executive consultant)
  32. "Spin City" (1996) {Blind Faith (#5.5)} (executive consultant)
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