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Examples of "midnight_caller"
1991: Fairview location: The Blind Date & The Midnight Caller, Angel's Fall, An Inspector Calls
"Hill Street Blues", "The Odd Couple" and "Midnight Caller". In 1973, Santoni played a junior partner on "".
He has appeared in episodes of various TV shows, including "", "Midnight Caller", "Judging Amy", "Nash Bridges", "JAG", "The Division", "NYPD Blue", "NCIS", "" and "" and SeaQuest DSV.
Other television shows on which Carhart guest-starred during the 1990s include "Midnight Caller", "Empty Nest", "Roseanne", "The Young Riders", "L.A. Law", "Law & Order", "Strange World" and "Profiler".
In 1984 she appeared in Rod Stewart's music video for the song "Infatuation". She won an Emmy in 1989 for "Midnight Caller".
Montgomery has made appearances on TV shows, some of them range from "Columbo", "Magnum PI", "Midnight Caller", "Full House", "Cheers" and "The Honourable Woman"
The TV shows 'Trauma", "Midnight Caller", "The Streets of San Francisco" and "Nash Bridges" were filmed entirely in the San Francisco Bay area.
The Demon (also known as "Midnight Caller") is a 1981 slasher film starring Cameron Mitchell and Jennifer Holmes and directed by Percival Rubens.
Between 1965 and 1967, Diamond guest starred with Robert Bray, in the lead role of Forest Ranger Corey Stuart, in three episodes of CBS's "Lassie". Diamond's last role was in 1990 in Gary Cole's NBC series, "Midnight Caller".
Schoeffler provides the voices for many characters on the Cartoon Network animated series "Courage the Cowardly Dog". He has also made guest appearances on "Midnight Caller" and "Law & Order".
As both a director and producer, he has worked most substantially on the television series "Monk" and "". He has also written the 2006 film "Maybe It's in the Water", two episodes of "Midnight Caller".
He has appeared in film and television including "The Right Stuff", "Twisted", "Howard the Duck" and "Midnight Caller". He was one of the Nazis in the final ark scene in "Raiders of the Lost Ark".
At the Neighborhood Playhouse, Meisner cast him in Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real" and the title role of Harvey Weems in Foote's one-act play "The Midnight Caller". The latter was already part of Duvall's performance credits by mid-July 1957.
Midnight Caller is a dramatic NBC television series created by Richard DiLello, which ran from 1988 to 1991. It was one of the first television series to address the dramatic possibilities of the then-growing phenomenon of talk radio.
Butler has also directed episodes for many other shows, including "I Spy", "Blue Light", "The Invaders", "Gunsmoke", "The Outcasts", "", "Kung Fu", "Hawaii Five-O", "Columbo: Publish or Perish", "Columbo: Double Shock", and "Midnight Caller".
In 1984, he became an assistant director on the television series "Miami Vice", he made his head directorial debut on that series, directing three episodes in 1987. Some of his other television directing credits include "Crime Story", "Midnight Caller", "The Client", "Early Edition", "Law & Order" and "". His last directing credited was a 2004 episode of "The Division".
Foote personally recommended actor Robert Duvall for the part of Boo Radley in "To Kill a Mockingbird" after meeting him during a 1957 production of "The Midnight Caller" at Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City. The two would work together many more times in the future. Foote has described Duvall as "our number one actor".
Alex English has dabbled in acting. His debut came in the 1987 motion picture "Amazing Grace and Chuck", playing a fictitious Boston Celtics star. He has also had roles in the television series "Midnight Caller" 1989 and played the head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers in "Eddie" (1996). To date, his last role was as "The Premiere" in 1997's "The Definite Maybe."
He starred in the 2000 movie "Center Stage" as Charlie, the lead's second love interest, and appeared in the Mandy Moore music video "I Wanna Be with You" from the movie's soundtrack. He has also had lead roles in the PBS television movie "Home at Last" and the NBC television series "Midnight Caller".
Aronson has made numerous guest appearances on such television shows as "Sledge Hammer!", "The Powers of Matthew Star", "Simon & Simon", "Midnight Caller", "Full House", "Beverly Hills, 90210", "Las Vegas", and "". She made an appearance in the 1990 music video, "(Can't Live Without Your) Love and Affection" by Nelson.