Prolific producer

David Gerber has more than 70 producing credits to his name. Here's a sampling of his varied projects.

2006

Flight 93 (A&E, telefilm)
Heroic passengers on a United Airlines flight thwart terrorist hijackers' attempt to take over their plane on Sept. 11, 2001.

2003

Tarzan (WB Network, TV series)
In this modern twist on the Tarzan tale, the Ape Man (Calvin Klein model Travis Fimmel) is transported to New York by his billionaire uncle, who has plans to civilize him.

2001

The Lost Battalion (A&E, telefilm)
This war drama chronicles the true story of more than 500 American soldiers in World War I who were ordered to advance into France's Argonne Forest, against heavy German resistance. Rick Schroder stars.

1996

We the Jury (USA Network, telefilm)
Kelly McGillis and Lauren Hutton star in this story about members of a jury -- some biased and some with their own agenda -- who must decide on a murder case.

1995

Nothing Lasts Forever (CBS, telefilm)
Brooke Shields, Vanessa Williams and Gail O'Grady portray three doctors with very different backgrounds who work at a San Francisco county hospital.

1994

Royce (Showtime, telefilm)
James Belushi portrays Royce, a member of an ultrasecret-service agency that works with the U.S government on top-secret missions. Miguel Ferrer and Peter Boyle also star.

1984

The Last Days of Pompeii (ABC, miniseries)
A you-are-there look at what life might have been like in the days before the 79 A.D. eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, which destroyed the Italian towns of Herculaneum and Pompeii. Ned Beatty, Brian Blessed, Ernest Borgnine, Lesley-Anne Down and Olivia Hussey star.

George Washington (CBS, miniseries)
This Emmy-nominated miniseries takes a look at the early life and career of the first American president. Barry Bostwick, Jaclyn Smith, Lloyd Bridges, Patty Duke, David Dukes and Jose Ferrer star.

1982

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (CBS, TV series)
A drama series based on the classic 1954 MGM musical of the same name. Richard Dean Anderson, Peter Horton and a young River Phoenix star.

1981

Elvis and the Beauty Queen (NBC, telefilm)
Don Johnson portrays the King of Rock 'n' Roll as he pursues his next girlfriend, Linda Thompson (Stephanie Zimbalist).

1980

Beulah Land (miniseries)
The interactions of two Civil War families are explored in this miniseries starring Lesley Ann Warren, Eddie Albert, Hope Lange and Dorian Harewood.

Power (telefilm)
Loosely based on the life of Jimmy Hoffa and starring Joe Don Baker, "Power" also stars Karen Black and features Gerber's wife, actress Laraine Stephens.

1978

David Cassidy -- Man Undercover
(NBC, TV series)
Officer Dan Shay (Cassidy) goes undercover to solve crimes in the Los Angeles youth scene.

1976

The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case
(NBC, telefilm)
Anthony Hopkins received his first Emmy Award for portraying convicted killer Bruno Hauptmann in this fact-based story about the trial of the man who kidnapped Charles Lindbergh Jr., son and namesake of the famed pilot (Cliff De Young).

1975

Medical Story
(NBC, telefilm)
Directed by veteran Gerber collaborator Gary Nelson, "Medical Story" tells the story of a young intern who spars with three older surgeons over whether a young actress should have a hysterectomy. Beau Bridges, Claude Akins, Jose Ferrer, Harold Gould, Shirley Knight and Carl Reiner star.

1974

Police Woman
(NBC, TV series)
Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson (Angie Dickinson) is a cop who goes undercover to solve crimes. Considered a groundbreaking series in its day, "Police Woman" was honored with seven Emmy nominations.

Born Free
(NBC, TV series)
Based on the 1968 film of the same name, this drama chronicles the adventures of a married couple that serves as game wardens in Kenya. Gary Collins and Diana Muldaur star.

1973

Police Story
(NBC, TV series)
This classic anthology series details the personal lives of the men and women of the Los Angeles Police Department. Among the many actors who appeared on the show are Jim Backus, Scott Brady, Chuck Connors, Jackie Cooper, Robert Culp, James Farentino, Robert Forster, Tony Lo Bianco, Don Meredith, Vic Morrow, Hugh O'Brian, Laraine Stephens and Dean Stockwell.

1968

The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (NBC, ABC, TV series)
A young widow (two-time Emmy winner Hope Lange) and her two children move into a seaside house in New England that is haunted by its former owner, an old sea captain (Edward Mulhare).
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