Stanley, Lee 1943–

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STANLEY, Lee 1943–

PERSONAL

Born May 23, 1943, in Burlington, VT; father, an artist; married, wife's name Carol, February 15, 1968 (divorced October 8, 1974); married, wife's name Linda (a producer), April 9, 1977; children: (first marriage) Quinn Gonzalez (daughter); (second marriage) Shane (a writer, producer, and director).

Career: Director, producer, writer, actor, film editor, and cinematographer. Certified scuba diver; licensed Protestant minister; Saxons River Entertainment, partner and vice president for development.

Awards, Honors: Gold Award, outstanding documentary television or video production, WorldFest Houston, 1989, for Desperate Passage; Emmy Award, outstanding individual achievement in informational programming, 1993, for Gridiron Gang; Christopher Award (with others), television and cable category, 1993, for Father/Son; two CINE Golden Eagle Awards, Council on International Non-theatrical Events, including one for best documentary, 1994, and Silver Award, outstanding documentary theatrical feature film, WorldFest Houston, 1996, all for Street Pirates; five Emmy Awards and numerous Emmy Award nominations for production, direction, camera operation, film editing, and series host; certificate of appreciation from attorney general of the United States; special award from Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

CREDITS

Television Producer and Director; Specials:

(And editor) Maiden Voyage, 1989.

(And editor) Father/Son (also known as Father, Son: America's Desperate Passage), syndicated, 1990.

(And editor) A Time for Life, syndicated, 1991.

Drug Watch L.A., 1991.

A Step Apart, syndicated, 1992.

Drug Watch L.A.—2nd Edition, 1992.

Gridiron Gang, The Family Channel, 1993.

(And editor) Good Cop … Bad Kid?, NBC, 1993.

Transitions, Court TV, 1998.

Dream Chasers (also known as The Dream Catcher), 2003.

Television Work; Miniseries:

Coproducer, The Thorn Birds, ABC, 1983.

Television Work; Series:

Creator, S.W.A.T., ABC, 1975.

Producer, Speedvision Speedshop, 1999.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Himself, Maiden Voyage, 1989.

Himself, Father/Son (also known as Father, Son: America's Desperate Passage), syndicated, 1990.

Host, A Time for Life, syndicated, 1991.

Host, Drug Watch L.A., 1991.

Himself, A Step Apart, syndicated, 1992.

Host, Drug Watch L.A.—2nd Edition, 1992.

Host, Kids Against Crime, TBN, 1995.

Himself, Dream Chasers (also known as The Dream Catcher), 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Officer Brinkman, "Log 132: Producer," Adam-12, NBC, 1968.

Officer Johnson, "Log 33: It All Happened So Fast," Adam-12, NBC, 1969.

Ben Boyer, "Panic in the Sand," The New People, ABC, 1969.

Ben Boyer, "Murderer!," The New People, ABC, 1969.

Deputy Barry, "Dead Man, Dead Man," The Immortal, ABC, 1970.

"With Intent to Kill," Mannix, CBS, 1971.

Television Appearances; Other:

Lieutenant Manners, Assault on the Wayne (movie), ABC, 1971.

Appeared as Ryan in the series Mr. Novak, NBC.

Film Director:

(And producer) On the Line (documentary), Interwest Film, 1972.

Bicycle Safety (documentary), 1975.

Walk Safe, Young America (documentary short film), 1975.

Motorcycle Experience (documentary), 1976.

Safety, Check Your Car (short film), 1977.

Off the Wall (short film), 1980.

(And producer and cinematographer) Mountain Tops (documentary), Pyramid Film and Video, 1981.

(And producer and editor) Desperate Passage (documentary), Westinghouse Syndicate, 1987.

Street Pirates (documentary), 1994.

(And producer) Crime Defense, Lando-Stanley Entertainment/Naczinski and Associates/Stanhaven Productions, 1997.

Held for Ransom, Cutting Edge Entertainment, 2000.

Carman: The Champion, 8X Entertainment, 2001.

Film Appearances:

Kid, Blackboard Jungle, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1955.

(Uncredited) English prisoner, Von Ryan's Express, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1965.

(Uncredited) Private Richards, What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?, United Artists, 1966.

(Uncredited) Dixon, Hotel, Warner Bros., 1967.

(Uncredited) Singing gnome, The Gnome-Mobile, Buena Vista, 1967.

Motor cop, Angels from Hell, American International Pictures, 1968.

Lieutenant Martin Mitgang, Ice Station Zebra, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968.

Davidson, Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came? (also known as War Games), Cinema Releasing, 1970.

Himself, On the Line (documentary), Interwest Film, 1972.

Himself, Bicycle Safety (documentary), 1975.

Dad, Walk Safe, Young America (documentary short film), 1975.

Himself, Motorcycle Experience (documentary), 1976.

Himself, Mountain Tops (documentary), Pyramid Film and Video, 1981.

Narrator, Desperate Passage (documentary), Westinghouse Syndicate, 1987.

Himself, Street Pirates (documentary), 1994.

RECORDINGS

Videos:

Director, To Your Health, Stanhaven Productions, 1988.

Producer and director, Karate Kids Workout, New Leaf Distributing, 2005.

WRITINGS

Film Scripts:

On the Line (documentary), Interwest Film, 1972.

Bicycle Safety (documentary), 1975.

Walk Safe, Young America (documentary short film), 1975.

Motorcycle Experience (documentary), 1976.

Safety, Check Your Car (short film), 1977.

Mountain Tops (documentary), Pyramid Film and Video, 1981.

Street Pirates (documentary), 1994.

Crime Defense, Lando—Stanley Entertainment/Naczinski and Associates/Stanhaven Productions, 1997.

Held for Ransom (based on the novel I Know What You Did Last Summer by Lois Duncan), Cutting Edge Entertainment, 2000.

Carman: The Champion, 8X Entertainment, 2001.

Television Specials:

A Time for Life, syndicated, 1991.

Drug Watch L.A., 1991.

A Step Apart, syndicated, 1992.

Drug Watch L.A.—2nd Edition, 1992.

Good Cop … Bad Kid?, NBC, 1993.

Transitions, Court TV, 1998.

Dream Chasers (also known as The Dream Catcher), 2003.

Television Miniseries:

The Thorn Birds, ABC, 1983.

Television Episodes:

Writer for Banacek, NBC.

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