Michael Charles Hill

Michael Charles Hill

Workingman Pictures

Los Angeles, California

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About Michael

Michael Charles Hill is known for his work on The Transformers (1984), G.I. Joe (1985) and Space Usagi (1995).



  • A Slipping-Down Life

    A Slipping-Down Life (1999)
    Film by Toni Kalem (Drama, Music and Romance) Writer, Thanks Evie Decker, a shy young woman, falls in love with pop star Drumstrings Casey after hearing his voice on the radio. Summoning the courage to pursue the singer, Evie starts to break out of her shell... Written by Anonymous

  • Charlie Hoboken

    Charlie Hoboken (1998)
    Film by Thomas F. Mazziotti (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew An ambitious young man willing to do anything to achieve success and win financial independence feels doomed to the insurance business, Charlie wants more, and becomes a part-time hitman. But the hit business has its own chain of command and his career is stalled by a father-like partner Harry. But Charlie finds himself in conflicts - with his partner, his stepmother, and the numerous girlfriends. Written by Anonymous

  • Hugo Pool

    Hugo Pool (1997)
    Film by Robert Downey Sr. (Comedy and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew Hugo Pool is a quirky tale of a Los Angeles pool cleaner who falls in love with a young man dying of Lou Gerhig's Disease. Written by Anonymous

  • Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's

    Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's (1997)
    Film by Robert Pulcini (Documentary and History) Miscellaneous Crew In 1995, Chasen's closed its doors after 60 years of serving chili to movie stars and visiting dignitaries, Presidents and the Pope. During its two final weeks, Chasen regulars (actors and producers), staff, and management sat for interviews. There's an Oscar party for 1500, footage and photos of famous diners, and time with Tommy Gallagher, the ebullient head waiter until retirement in 1994, his son Patrick, catering head Raymond Bilbool, general manager Ronnie Clint, hat check girl Val Schwab, ladies' room attendant Onetta Johnson, and foreign- born waiters, including Jaime. When he started in 1970, like other Latins, he wasn't allowed out of the kitchen. It's a family farewell. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • The Lay of the Land

    The Lay of the Land (1997)
    Film by Larry Arrick (Comedy and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Harvey Dankworth is having an affair on the side, and the problems in his family life with wife Mary Jane arise. But she is also not interested in sex with him.. They start going to psychiatrists and Mary Jane starts to have wild sexual fantasies at these sessions that include her shrink Dr. Guttmacher. Written by Anonymous

  • Soul in the Hole

    Soul in the Hole (1997)
    Film by Danielle Gardner (Documentary and Sport) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Talk to Me

    Talk to Me (1997)
    Film by George Esguerra (Comedy and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew A couple of relationship-challenged people try to find love over a party sex line. Reluctant to reveal her true identity, Betty uses her mother's first name as an introduction to the wonderful-sounding fellow, Arnold. She is shocked that they are able to turn each other on over the phone, and promptly decides that he is the man of her present-day dreams. After some clever detective work (as they had hung up before exchanging phone numbers), she locates him, and they go out on a date. Surprisingly, they don''t click in-the-flesh as they did out-of-the-flesh. She doesn't give up, and subsequently discovers lover-boy has a hang-up with liars. Betty tries to get the advice of Arnold's psychologist brother but, predictably, the revelation of her false name makes Arnold go cuckoo. Meanwhile, Ronnie (Betty's best friend) tests the waters of phone sex, and dates a smoothie who succeeds in seducing her. After being left high and dry, she considers suicide. All in a day's work in the pursuit of... Written by Manfred Gluck

  • Schizopolis

    Schizopolis (1996)
    Film by Steven Soderbergh (Comedy, Fantasy and Mystery) Miscellaneous Crew Fletcher Munson is a lethargic, passive worker for a Scientology-like self-help corporation called Eventualism. After the death of a colleague, he is promoted to the job of writing speeches for T. Azimuth Schwitters, the founder and head of the group. He uses this as an excuse to be emotionally and romantically distant from his wife, who, he discovers, is having an affair with his doppelganger, a dentist named Dr. Jeffrey Korchek. As Munson fumbles with the speech and Korchek becomes obsessed with a new patient, a psychotic exterminator named Elmo Oxygen goes around the town seducing lonely wives and taking photographs of his genitals. Written by Gary Dickerson <slug@mail.utexas.edu>

  • Gray's Anatomy

    Gray's Anatomy (1996)
    Film by Steven Soderbergh (Comedy and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Spalding Gray has an eye condition that can be surgically corrected. He decides to seek alternate treatment and embarks on a journey that will take him to Christian Science, Native American sweat lodges and psychic surgeons, among others. Written by Erik Gregersen <erik@astro.as.utexas.edu>

  • The Leading Man

    The Leading Man (1996)
    Film by John Duigan (Drama, Romance and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Successful playwright Felix Webb has a new play, 'The Hit Man', in rehearsal. Directed by his old friend Humphrey, it is already being hailed as a masterpiece; but Felix can't enjoy his success. He has fallen passionately in love with Hilary, a beautiful, fiesty young actress, and is preparing to desert his perfect family, his wife Elena and three lively children. His intolerable situation is further complicated when Humphrey casts Hilary as one of the leads in 'The Hit Man'. Enter Robin Grange, a charismatic young Hollywood actor making his London theatre debut. Robin is attractive, charming and dangerous, and soon inveigles his way into everyone's life. He ingratiates himself with the cast and, quickly grasping Felix's dilemma, sets about weaving his web of mischief. He suggests that if he were to seduce Elena, she would be distracted from Felix's affair, regain her self respect, and perhaps even willingly part from the unfaithful husband to whom she clings. Initially Felix is ... Written by Eva Tauzer <eva@mte.hupe.hu>

  • Wallace & Gromit: The Best of Aardman Animation

    Wallace & Gromit: The Best of Aardman Animation (1996)
    Video by Nick Park (Animation, Comedy and Family) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Wat's Pig

    Wat's Pig (1996)
    Film (short) by Peter Lord (Animation) Miscellaneous Crew In a Medieval castle, a marauder tries to kidnap the twin infant sons of the lord. He makes off with only one, whom he drops about a mile away. A pig rescues this baby, so one brother grows up high on the hog, the other down with the swine; one is lazy, his lost brother is industrious. Years later, when a neighboring prince declares war, the brother in the castle is too soft to fight. Through happenstance, the twins are united just before the final battle. Will the upper-class brother let his humble sibling lead the troops to certain defeat and death? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • Un divan à New York

    Un divan à New York (1996)
    Film by Chantal Akerman (Comedy and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew Dr. Henry Harriston is a successful psychoanalyst in New York City. When he is near a nervous breakdown, he arranges to change his flat with Beatrice Saulnier from France for a while. Both don't know each other and both find themselves deeply involved into the social settings of the other, because the decision to change their flats is made overnight. Could be the perfect amusement, but suddenly Henry finds himself beaten up by Beatrice' lover and Beatrice is considered to be Dr. Harriston's substitute by his clients. Written by Oliver Heidelbach

  • Space Usagi

    Space Usagi (1995)
    TV Movie by Michael Charles Hill (Animation, Sci-Fi and Action) Producer, Writer

  • Il mondo alla rovescia

    Il mondo alla rovescia (1995)
    Film by Isabella Sandri Miscellaneous Crew

  • Pierced by a Ray of Sun

    Pierced by a Ray of Sun (1995)
    Film by Claudio Del Punta (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Bird of Prey

    Bird of Prey (1995)
    Film by Temístocles López (Crime, Drama, Music, Romance and 1 More) Miscellaneous Crew As a boy, Dominik watched an American crime boss murder his father, a police officer fighting corruption in Sofia, Bulgaria. Years later, he attempts to avenge his father's death but is imprisoned for 15 years for attempted murder. In prison, he meets an American photo-journalist who shares his enemy and his thoughts of revenge. Released from prison, the two hatch a plot which involves the man's recently-arrived daughter. Written by Murray Chapman <muzzle@cs.uq.oz.au>

  • Notes from Underground

    Notes from Underground (1995)
    Film by Gary Walkow (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Adapted from Dostoevsky's novella, Henry Czerny plays the narrator, Underground Man. Filled with self-hatred, he keeps a video diary where he discusses his own shortcomings and what he thinks is wrong in contemporary society. His bitterness spills over at a dinner party attended by his old college friends, an occasion which sends him running to a nearby brothel, where he meets Liza (Lee), a young prostitute. Written by Anonymous

  • Drunks

    Drunks (1995)
    Film by Peter Cohn (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew At the beginning of a nightly Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Jim seems particularly troubled. His sponsor encourages him to talk that night, the first time in seven months, so he does - and leaves the meeting right after. As Jim wanders the night, searching for some solace in his old stomping grounds, bars and parks where he bought drugs, the meeting goes on, and we hear the stories of survivors and addicts - some, like Louis, who claim to have wandered in looking for choir practice, who don't call themselves alcoholic, and others, like Joseph, whose drinking almost caused the death of his child - as they talk about their lives at the meeting. Written by Gary Dickerson <slug@mail.utexas.edu>

  • Devotion

    Devotion (1995)
    Film by Mindy Kaplan (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew An openly gay star on the standup comedy circuit gets a shot at her own TV sitcom, but the offer has serious strings attatched. A ghost from her past threatens not only her professional future, but her relationship with her live-in-lover of four years. A love triangle with a lesbian twist. Written by Mindy Kaplan

  • Brian Wilson: I Just Wasn't Made for These Times

    Brian Wilson: I Just Wasn't Made for These Times (1995)
    TV Movie by Don Was (Documentary, Biography and Music) Miscellaneous Crew I Just Wasn't Made for These Times is a documentary about the life of Brian Wilson, the musical mastermind and songwriter for the Beach Boys. The film examines the ups and downs of Wilson's life, including the early years of the Beach Boys, his years of substance abuse, and his long road to recovery. The film was directed by music producer Don Was, who also worked on the soundtrack for Backbeat, a film about the early days of the Beatles. Written by Chuck Tomlinson <tomlinso@chemsun.chem.umn.edu>

  • Headless Body in Topless Bar

    Headless Body in Topless Bar (1995)
    Film by James Bruce (Comedy, Crime, Drama and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Late one night, in a seedy topless bar, a group of men watch a stripper dance over their malted beverages. But, one of them is an ex-con who's about to put the group on a collision course with death. Inspired by the events that spawned the New York Post headline, Headless Body in Topless Bar is an intense black comedy about a group of hostages held under the torment of a twisted gunman. The lonely, deranged killer leads the patrons through a bizarre, intriguing, and darkly humorous pop-psychotherapy session that's part truth or dare, part Russian roulette. As the searing drama develops, issues arise: the politics of gender, the effects of institutionalization, and the deadly dance between predator and prey. Who will survive? Candy the jaded stripper? Lumkin, the Wall Street sexual deviant? Carl, the wheelchair-bound regular? Or Vic and Creamface, the two loudmouth beer-chugging hockey buddies? Anything can happen with this madman in charge. Written by Clint Weiler

  • El Callejón de los Milagros

    El Callejón de los Milagros (1995)
    Film by Jorge Fons (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Based on the Nobel Prize Winner's novel, the Egyptian Naguib Mahfouz. The story, translated from El Cairo to Mexico City's downtown, narrates the life of the members of the neighbourhood and the connection between them Don Ru, the owner of the local pub; Eusebia, his wife; Chava, his son and Abel his friend, who emigrate to USA in search of fortune; Susanita, the single landtender always dreaming to marry a good man; Guicho, the pub's employee, who extracts the money when Don Ru is not there and finally marries Susanita; Alma, the very good looking girl, the Abel's dream, who becomes a luxury prostitute while he's away; Jimmy, the handsome young man Don Ru becomes infatuated with, etc. This movie won the Ariel (the Mexican Oscar) as best movie in 1995. Written by Michel Rudoy <mdrc@hp9000a1.uam.mx>

  • Pib and Pog

    Pib and Pog (1995)
    Film (short) by Peter Peake (Animation and Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Two comic characters in what is ostensibly a children's program greet an invisible narrator. Pog produces a seashell, which Pib desperately wants to play with. Pog complies with Pib's pleading by planting the shell on his head. Pib retaliates with a submachine gun. The situation escalates until both have ample opportunity to take their best shots. Written by Jaap Zuurkool

  • Rex the Runt

    Rex the Runt (1994)
    Television (Animation and Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew A surreal claymation series about Rex, a flat purple dog, and his equally odd friends. Rex and co. realize that they are being watched on the telly, so they feel compelled to have adventures in order to amuse the audience. Most of the times things are set awry by the deranged Vince. Written by Mike Konczewski

  • The Search for One-eye Jimmy

    The Search for One-eye Jimmy (1994)
    Film by Sam Henry Kass (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew While working on a documentary on his old neighborhood, a young film school graduate shifts the focus of his production onto the disappearance of a local resident and the strange characters who are conducting the search to find him. Written by JD-2 <Badge19@hotmail.com>

  • Enjeru dasuto

    Enjeru dasuto (1994)
    Film by Gakuryû Ishii (Drama, Horror, Romance and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Every Monday at 6 pm a young woman is murdered in the subway. The psychiatrist Setsuko Suma is called in to assist the police. The trail leads to another psychiatrist - Dr Rei Aku - who Setsuko used to date. As she get closer to the solution, she gets more and more convinced that Aku's deprogramming of former sectmembers is important. Written by Mattias Sandstrm <d92-mas@nada.kth.se>

  • Clear Cut

    Clear Cut (1994)
    Film (short) by Barry Scott (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Is a married woman having hallucinations or simply projecting her fantasies?

  • The November Men

    The November Men (1993)
    Film by Paul Williams (Thriller and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew A guerrilla film-maker notices that the Left never carry out successful presidential assassinations, and decides to make a movie about it. But is he a little too interested in the subject himself?

  • You Seng

    You Seng (1993)
    Film by Clara Law (Adventure, Drama, Romance and Action) Miscellaneous Crew Near the beginning of the Tang dynasty, in 7th century China, General Shi Yan-sheng is tricked into leaving the crown prince unguarded. The crown prince is murdered by one of his brothers who then becomes emperor. Shi retreats to a monastery, perhaps to hide, perhaps to plan a coup. When his loyal troops as well as the princess he desires are slain, he seeks refuge in a remote, abandoned monastery where an aged abbot schools him with practical, earthy teachings. The emperor's forces pursue Shi: first a woman, then a general seek to overpower him with lust and might. Over the course of the film, the reds of battle give way to blues of meditation. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • Stepping Razor: Red X

    Stepping Razor: Red X (1993)
    Film by Nicholas Campbell (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew On a fall night in 1987, three men forced their way into Peter Tosh's home in Kingston, Jamaica. Inside, they drew guns and forced their way upstairs where they confronted Tosh and some friends. Tosh was beaten, pistol-whipped and then shot several times. Five others were shot before the gunmen fled. The victims were rushed to the hospital, but it was too late for Tosh. He died shortly after. Stepping Razor: Red X, the documentary, explores the life of the late Peter Tosh, reggae artist, Jamaican folk hero, prophet and radical political activist. Based on his personal taped diaries, the Red X tapes, the film reveals the inner thoughts of this volatile musician. His closest friends and associates talk about the many sides of Peter Tosh, explaining his fiery career and dramatic death. Archival interviews with Tosh and rare concert footage fill out this picture of the Rasta visionary. Written by Clint Weiler

  • Minbô no onna

    Minbô no onna (1992)
    Film by Jûzô Itami (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew A grand old Japanese hotel is trying to get a prestigious contract as the site of a summit meeting of important foreign officials. Unfortunately, this hotel is quite popular with the Yakuza (Japanese gangsters) and is a favorite target of theirs for extortion. They employ a variety of schemes to con the hotel out of 'hush-money.' The hotel needs to rid itself of the Yakuza and finally begins to fight back by hiring Mahiru Inoue, a lawyer who is an expert at dealing with these criminals on their own terms. This film by Juzo Itami combines action with farce, as an all-out war ensues. Written by Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>

  • Tokyo Decadence

    Tokyo Decadence (1992)
    Film by Ryû Murakami (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew A submissive hooker goes about her trade, suffering abuse at the hands of Japanese salarymen and Yakuza types. She's unhappy about her work, and is apparently trying to find some sort of appeasement for the fact that her lover has married. Written by Ed Sutton <esutton@mindspring.com>

  • Hedd Wyn

    Hedd Wyn (1992)
    Film by Paul Turner (Drama, Romance and War) Miscellaneous Crew A young poet living in the North Wales countryside competes for the most coveted prize of all in Welsh Poetry - that of the chair of the National Eisteddfod, a tradition dating back a hundred years. Before the winner is announced Hedd Wyn gets sent to fight with the English in the trenches of the First World War Written by Gavin Adams <g.adams@rhbnc.ac.uk>

  • Ident

    Ident (1990)
    Film (short) by Richard Starzak (Animation) Miscellaneous Crew Explores the nature of man, not only with feet of clay, but with a face of clay as well. Within a colorless city of walls, corridors, and small rooms, a man makes his way from home to work, then to a bar, and then, by a stroke of luck, into an outdoors of space, fresh air, and color. Along the way, he changes his face to fit his surroundings, interacts with his dog, argues with co-workers, and gossips at a bar. His altering of his visage suggests a two-faced nature, and his stepping into the outdoors provides the ultimate test of his real identity. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • Chameleon Street

    Chameleon Street (1989)
    Film by Wendell B. Harris Jr. (Comedy and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew William Douglas Street is bored with his life. Working for his father is getting to him, his wife wants more money, and he's had enough. His solution is to re-invent himself. He becomes a chameleon, taking on whatever role suits the situation. From reporter to doctor to lawyer, he impersonates anyone he sees a need for and he can earn money being. The movie is based on the real people, William Douglas Street, Jr., and Erik Dupin. Written by Brian D. Switzer <bswitzer@uoguelph.ca>

  • RoboCop

    RoboCop (1988)
    Television (Action, Animation and Sci-Fi) Writer Alex Murphy, a police officer, mortally wounded in the line of duty, is turned into a powerful cyborg and continues to serve the public trust, protect the innocent and uphold the law.

  • C.O.P.S.

    C.O.P.S. (1988)
    Television (Animation, Action and Sci-Fi) Writer Set in the year 2020, The Central Organization of Police Specialists (C.O.P.S.) is a special group of policemen with cyborg enhancements that strengthen each member's particular talents. Their mission is to fight crime in the metropolis of Empire City, with their main enemy being crimelord 'The Big Boss' and his goons. Written by Jonathan D. H. Parshall <parshall@citcom.net>

  • Garbage Pail Kids

    Garbage Pail Kids (1988)
    Television by Flint Dille (Animation, Comedy and Family) Writer

  • The Transformers

    The Transformers (1984 - 1987)
    Television (Animation, Action, Adventure, Family and 3 More) Producer, Writer During the great Cybertronian War, the Autobots and the Decepticons crash landed on Earth. Millions of years later, geological activity revives the warring factions - the Decepticons want to strip Earth of its vast energy resources, and the Autobots seek to protect the inhabitants of Earth from that fate. And so an endless battle begins in a crucial race to find an energy source for their homeworld Cybertron. Written by Michael Silva <silvamd@cleo.bc.edu>

  • Jem

    Jem (1985 - 1987)
    Television (Animation, Adventure, Drama, Family and 4 More) Miscellaneous Crew, Writer Jerrica Benton is the owner of Starlight Music and the Starlight Foundation, which is a foster home for young girls. But by using her earrings to project a holographic image over herself, she is transformed into her alter ego Jem, the lead singer for the successful music group, Jem and the Holograms. Other members of the group are Jerrica's sensitive little sister Kimber, the strong-willed Aja, and the creative Shana. The group's rivals are The Misfits, made up of the cold-hearted Pizzazz, the tough-acting Roxy, and the humble Stormer. Jem and her friends are always involved in glamorous and exciting adventures around the world, while touching people's hearts with their hit songs. Written by Anonymous

  • Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs

    Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs (1987)
    Television (Animation, Action, Adventure and Sci-Fi) Writer In the distant future, a team of four high tech Star Sheriffs defends frontier space colony Yuma from outlaws, as well as Outriders, an army of humanoid alien beings called Vapors, led by mysterious Nemesis, who need Yuma's resources.

  • My Little Pony 'n Friends

    My Little Pony 'n Friends (1986 - 1987)
    Television (Animation, Family, Fantasy and Music) Writer The story of a human named Megan in a world of magical ponies and their adventures together in Pony Land.

  • G.I. Joe

    G.I. Joe (1985 - 1986)
    Television (Animation, Action, Adventure and War) Producer, Writer, Writer, Music department Based on the successful toy series by Hasbro, GI Joe is the code name for an elite strike force comprising of personnel from all branches of the United States military. Their primary purpose is be a counterforce to the huge terrorist organization called Cobra which is gunning for world domination. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

  • InHumanoids: The Movie

    InHumanoids: The Movie (1986)
    Video by Ray Lee (Action, Animation, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Action-packed cartoon about the age-old fight between good and evil. Mysterious events start to happen when the government Earth Corps unearths an amber monolith in a forest; meanwhile, an unscrupulous businessman, Blackthorn, digs up a vine creature, Tendril, which frees the trapped undead beast, Decompose. Earth Corps must use their specially-designed armoured suits to track down the enormous monsters. In the process, the dormant Mutar species of Redwoods, Granites and Magnacore are reawakened, and join forces with Earth Corps to once again do battle with their centuries-old enemies, the Inhumanoids, in an effort to save the world. Written by Cynan Rees <cynanrees@hotmail.com>

  • Centurions

    Centurions (1986)
    Television (Animation, Action and Sci-Fi) Writer The Centurions are the most powerful fighting force of the 21st century. Equipped with special Exoframe suits, they are the ultimate fighting machines, as well as Earth's only defence against Dr. Terror and his Doom Drones. Written by Fryingham

  • Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines

    Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines (1985)
    Video by Ray Lee (Animation, Action, Adventure, Family and 1 More) Miscellaneous Crew, Miscellaneous Crew Originally serialized in the syndicated _Super Week_, which began this serial with the tug-of-war scene 17 minutes in, paired with the first five episodes of _Robotix_, which after the first week became _Super Sunday_, (_Jem_ and _Inhumanoids_ were also rotated in and out), this series depicts a graduate student named Jennifer pursued by goons of millionaire industrialist Adrian Ravenscroft, who hides Ponce de Leon's map to the Fountain of Youth inside Bigfoot in the midst of a stunt driving show. This forces Yank Justice and Bigfoot, Red & Redder and Black Gold, and Professor D. & Dilly and the Orange Blossom Special, into a cross-country trek to rendezvous with Ravenscroft at the Fountain and stop him. Ravenscroft is so powerful he can impose his will onto county sheriff's offices and get the group arrested. They are saved by Close McCall and his souped-up stunt car War Lord, so he joins the team after initial resistance the first time he tried. Written by scottandrehutchins@yahoo.com

  • Robotix

    Robotix (1985)
    Television (Animation, Action and Sci-Fi) Miscellaneous Crew An Earthling crew of astronauts lose control, and crash land onto the warring planet of Skallor, housing alien races known as the "Protectons" and "Terracores." Huge war robots, the Robotix, are used to re-animate the souls of the deceased alien races. As several of the astronaut crew stray towards evil-doing, the good members use the help of the Robotix to help them get back to Earth. Written by 8ca Webmaster <webmaster@8ca.net>

  • Challenge of the GoBots

    Challenge of the GoBots (1985)
    Television (Animation, Action and Sci-Fi) Writer An animated series based on a line of toys called 'Go-Bots'. A race of intelligent robots is hiding on Earth, disguising themselves as ordinary cars and motorcycles. There are two factions: the good Go-Bots, called 'Guardians,' and the evil Go-bots, called 'Renegades.' Each episode features new attempts by the Renegades to seize control of Earth and the galaxy, and the Guardian's efforts to maintain peace. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

  • Dragon's Lair

    Dragon's Lair (1984)
    Television (Animation, Family and Fantasy) Writer

  • Dallas

    Dallas (1983)
    Television by David Jacobs (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Popular evening 'soap-opera' style television drama. The show was set in Dallas and chronicled the exploits of wealthy Texas oil millionaires. Many of the plots revolved around shady business dealings and dysfunctional family dynamics. Written by Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>

  • Space Adventure Cobra

    Space Adventure Cobra (1982)
    Film by Osamu Dezaki (Animation and Sci-Fi) Writer In deep Space, the United Galaxies Federation of Justice set bounties over all kinds of criminals. Cobra is back in action to help bounty-hunter June find her two sisters, and save planet Myras. But Lord Nekron, leader of the Galactic Guild, a powerful criminal organization, is following their track with the same goal ... Written by Claude SAAM

  • The Bozo Show

    The Bozo Show (1980)
    Television (Family) Writer

  • Raging Bull

    Raging Bull (1980)
    Film by Martin Scorsese (Biography, Drama and Sport) Actor When Jake LaMotta steps into a boxing ring and obliterates his opponent, he's a prizefighter. But when he treats his family and friends the same way, he's a ticking time bomb, ready to go off at any moment. Though LaMotta wants his family's love, something always seems to come between them. Perhaps it's his violent bouts of paranoia and jealousy. This kind of rage helped make him a champ, but in real life, he winds up in the ring alone. Written by alfiehitchie

  • The Rose

    The Rose (1979)
    Film by Mark Rydell (Drama, Music and Romance) Actor Bette Midler plays The Rose, a female rock star strikingly similar to Janis Joplin. The film follows Rose's career during her last tour, as she's determined to return to her Florida hometown. Although a success, she's exhausted and lonely but continued working by her gruff and greedy manager. Through loud and brassy, Rose is an insecure alcoholic and former drug user who seems to crave approval in her life. She begins a romance with a limousine driver, who's actually an AWOL sergeant from the United States Army. Her rock and roll lifestyle of Drugs, Sex, and Rock and Roll and constant touring lead her to an inevitable breakdown. Written by R. John Berggren <jberg@nina.pagesz.net>

  • A Perfect Couple

    A Perfect Couple (1979)
    Film by Robert Altman (Comedy, Musical and Romance) Actor Alex Theodopolous is a mid-40s, divorced Greek-American who has moved back to the spacious estate of his autocratic immigrant father, who is also his boss in the family's successful antique importing business. He meets Shiela Shea through a dating service, but their first date turns into an unmitigated disaster when they are caught in thundershower during an outdoor concert, and Alex's car malfunctions. Twenty-something Sheila is part of traveling rock band which lives a gypsy-like existence in a communal loft under their controlling leader. Can Alex and Shiela overcome cultural, age, and lifestyle differences and find happiness? Written by duke1029

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