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Christopher Crowe (screenwriter)

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Christopher Crowe (born August 1, 1948) is a screenwriter, film producer, and film director[1] noted for having written the screenplays for The Last of the Mohicans,[2][3] Nightmares, and Fear,[4] for writing and directing Whispers in the Dark,[3] and for having created the television series Seven Days, The Watcher, The Untouchables,[2] B.L. Stryker, and B. J. and the Bear.

Born in Racine, Wisconsin, Crowe graduated from William Horlick High School in 1967.[5]

Filmography

Films

Year Film Credit Notes
1981 The Last Chase Story By, Screenplay By Co-Wrote Screenplay with "Martyn Burke" and "A. Roy Moore"
1983 Nightmares Written By, Produced By Co-Wrote Screenplay with "Jeffrey Bloom"
1985 The Mean Season Screenplay By Based on the novel "In the Heat of the Summer" By "John Katzenbach"
Streets of Justice Written By, Directed By, Executive Producer
1988 Off Limits Written By, Directed By Co-Wrote Screenplay with "Jack Thibeau"
1989 The Hollywood Detective Written By, Co-Executive Producer Television Movie
1992 Steel Justice Written By, Directed By Television Movie, Co-Wrote Screenplay with "John Hill"
Whispers in the Dark Written By, Directed By
The Last of the Mohicans Screenplay By Co-Wrote Screenplay with "Michael Mann"
1996 Fear Written By
1999 The Bone Collector Screenplay By Uncredited Rewrite
2004 Homeland Security Written By, Executive Producer

Television

Year TV Series Credit Notes
1977 Baretta Writer 3 Episodes
1977-1979 The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries Writer, Producer, Story Editor 32 Episodes
1978-1979 B. J. and the Bear Writer, Creator, Producer, Supervising Producer 7 Episodes
Sword of Justice Writer, Producer
1979 The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo Writer 1 Episode
1981 Darkroom Writer, Producer
1984 Airwolf Writer 1 Episode
1985-1986 Alfred Hitchcock Presents Writer, Director, Actor, Executive Producer 23 Episodes
1986 Miami Vice Director 1 Episode
1989-1990 B.L. Stryker Creator, Writer 12 Episodes
1990 H.E.L.P. Director, Executive Producer
1993-1994 The Untouchables Creator, Executive Producer 40 Episodes
1995 The Watcher Writer, Creator 11 Episodes
1998-2001 Seven Days Writer, Creator, Producer, Executive Producer 66 Episodes

References

  1. ^ Jerry Roberts (5 June 2009). Encyclopedia of Television Film Directors. Scarecrow Press. p. 107. ISBN 978-0-8108-6378-1.
  2. ^ a b Pearl, Matthew (December 27, 2017). "Behind The Untouchables: The Making of the Memoir That Reclaimed a Prohibition-Era Legend". Vanity Fair.
  3. ^ a b Neal Koch, "Sex, Violence And Comedy: Inside the Audition", The San Francisco Examiner (August 30, 1992), Datebook p. 32.
  4. ^ Sokol, Tony (March 5, 2018). "Remake of 1996's Fear on the way..." Den of Geek.
  5. ^ Burke, Michael (May 23, 1993). "Horlick alum Christopher Crowe writes place in Hollywood history". Racine Journal Times.

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