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He starred in Ski Patrol ( 1990 ) and produced and acted in Comic Book: The Movie ( 2004 ).
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In late 2010, he guest starred as Doctor Wallace in Season 5 of Sea Patrol, which aired in July 2011 on Channel 9.
Alyn also starred in movie serials, including Federal Agents Vs. Underworld Inc. ( 1948 ), Radar Patrol Vs. Spy King ( 1950 ) and Blackhawk ( 1952 ).
Bosko starred in " The Dumb Patrol " ( 1931 ) and 33 years later, in 1964, Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam appeared in a second cartoon spoof also called " Dumb Patrol ".
His text stories in Captain Marvel Adventures, under the " Eando " pseudonym, starred Lieutenant Jon Jarl of the Space Patrol.
He guest starred on another CBBC show, Prank Patrol, as a judge in a talent show prank, and appears as the crazy brother of Ross in the CBBC show Chute !.
starred and 1990
Kane was a regular on the 1986 NBC series All Is Forgiven, a regular on the 1990 – 1991 NBC series American Dreamer, guest-starred on a 1994 episode of Seinfeld and had a supporting role in the short-lived 1996 – 1997 sitcom Pearl, which starred Rhea Perlman.
In 1990 Charles Lane directed and starred in Sidewalk Stories, a low budget salute to sentimental silent comedies particularly Charlie Chaplin's The Kid.
In 1990, she starred in Pacific Palisades and La note bleue, her third film directed by her companion.
Eastwood directed and starred in White Hunter Black Heart ( 1990 ), an adaptation of Peter Viertel's roman à clef, about John Huston and the making of the classic film The African Queen.
The film, released in 1990, starred Dennis Quaid and Tamlyn Tomita, and was written and directed by Alan Parker.
In 1990, she starred as Oda Mae Brown, a psychic helping a slain man ( Patrick Swayze ) find his killer in the blockbuster film Ghost.
The 1990 comedy Taking Care of Business starred James Belushi, co-starred McFadden and another TNG actor, John de Lancie ( aka Q ).
In 1990, Elliott portrayed Fred Peterson in the television series Get a Life, which starred his real-life son Chris Elliott as his son in the show.
The Smothers Brothers also lent their ( uncredited ) singing voices to " Tom and Tom, the Brothers Brothers " in In Living Color ( 1990 – 1994 ), and guest starred on Bonnie Hunt's Life With Bonnie in 2004.
Also in 1990, O ' Connor starred in a small independent Irish movie Hush-a-Bye Baby directed in Derry by Margo Harkin.
The first of these was The Double Life of Véronique ( La double vie de Véronique, 1990 ), which starred Irène Jacob.
In 1990, he played Jimmy Jump in the controversial King of New York, and in 1991, Fishburne starred in Boyz n the Hood.
In lighter vein, West starred as patriarch Bradley Hardacre in Granada TV's satirical Northern super-soap Brass over three seasons ( 1982 – 1990 ), and made a memorable appearance as Professor Furie in A Very Peculiar Practice in 1986.
She played Mrs Wembley in the BBC comedy series On the Up, which starred Dennis Waterman and ran from 1990 to 1992.
There was also a television series called Adventures of the Black Stallion which aired from 1990 to 1993 and starred Mickey Rooney and Richard Ian Cox.
He also starred in cult classic Waxwork ( 1988 ), and featured alongside a young Viggo Mortensen in the 1990 film Tripwire.
In 1990, she starred as a supporting character in the period horror film Haunting of Morella as the evil attendant to a young woman played by model / actress Nicole Eggert.
* Dolly Parton guest starred as herself, appearing in Charlene's dream as her Guardian Movie Star, in a double episode that aired January 1, 1990, entitled " The First Day of the Last Decade of the Entire Twentieth Century.
Cheung was also a box office attraction in Hong Kong ; from 1990 to 1998, 13 out of 39 movies in which he starred were listed as yearly top ten box office movies.
Farrell starred in Columbia Pictures ' Total Recall ( a 2012 remake of the 1990 film, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger ), with Kate Beckinsale.
Perry starred as Dylan McKay on the TV series Beverly Hills, 90210, a role he played from 1990 – 95, and then from 1998 – 2000.
Ratnam maintained a momentum of making emotional stories of under-served people through the film Anjali in 1990, which starred Raghuvaran and told the story of an autistic child who changed the lives of people around her.
starred and produced
In 2001, The Kinsey Sicks, produced and starred in the critically acclaimed off-Broadway hit, " DRAGAPELLA!
The majority of films produced in the Federal Republic in the 1960s were genre works: westerns, especially the series of movies adapted from Karl May's popular genre novels which starred Pierre Brice as the Apache Winnetou and Lex Barker as his white blood brother Old Shatterhand ; thrillers and crime films, notably a series of Edgar Wallace movies in which Klaus Kinski, Heinz Drache, Wolfgang Völz, and Joachim Fuchsberger were among the regular players ; and softcore sex films, both the relatively serious Aufklärungsfilme ( sex education films ) of Oswalt Kolle and such exploitation films as Schulmädchen-Report ( Schoolgirl Report ) ( 1970 ) and its successors.
It was produced by British International Pictures and starred Alexander D ' Arcy and Marguerite Allan.
He starred in the Broadway revival of The Pajama Game, produced by the Roundabout Theater Company, along with Michael McKean and Kelli O ' Hara, at the American Airlines Theatre in 2006.
He wrote the screenplay with the help of Welles ( who produced the film ), and starred in the film with Dolores del Río.
She co-wrote, directed and starred in the film and produced it under the banner of her own company, Leni Riefenstahl Productions.
The production was directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins, produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold Prince and starred Larry Kert as Tony, Carol Lawrence as Maria, Chita Rivera as Anita and David Winters as Baby John, the youngest of the gang members.
In 1977 a made-for-TV docudrama titled Wilma ( also known as The Story of Wilma Rudolph ) was produced by Bud Greenspan ; it starred Shirley Jo Finney, Cicely Tyson, Jason Bernard and Denzel Washington in one of his first roles.
Academy Award winning Japanese director Akira Kurosawa produced Yojimbo ( 1961 ), and Sanjuro ( 1962 ), which both starred Toshirō Mifune as a mysterious Samurai swordsman for hire.
In the same year Eastwood directed, produced, and starred in the Cold War-themed Firefox alongside Freddie Jones, David Huffman, Warren Clarke and Ronald Lacey.
The following year Eastwood found further critical and commercial success when he directed, produced, scored, and starred in the boxing drama Million Dollar Baby, playing a cantankerous trainer who forms a bond with female boxer ( Hilary Swank ), who he is persuaded to train by his lifelong friend ( Morgan Freeman ).
Reds is a 1981 American epic film that was co-written, produced, directed by and starred Warren Beatty.
In 1976 Jason starred in London Weekend Television's Lucky Feller, written by Terence Frisby and produced by Humphrey Barclay.
She also produced and starred in over 20 exercise videos released between 1982 and 1995, and once again in 2010.
In 1933, he starred in the Australian film In the Wake of the Bounty, directed by Charles Chauvel, and in 1934 appeared in Murder at Monte Carlo, produced at the Warner Bros. Teddington Studios, England.
In 2011, Steven Seagal produced and starred in a 13 episode television series entitled True Justice.
The British television channel ITV produced an adaptation of Maigret in 1992 and 1993, in which Michael Gambon starred as Maigret.
It was produced by Ben Arbeid, directed by Berny Stringle, musically directed by John Burrows, and starred Angela Richards ( best known as a regular in the BBC's Secret Army ) in the title role, Patricia Hayes, Ron Pember, Michael Robbins and Eric Shilling, among others.
In 1979, he both produced and starred in The China Syndrome, a dramatic film co-starring Jane Fonda and Jack Lemmon about a nuclear power plant accident ( the Three Mile Island accident took place 12 days after the film's release ).