Steven Hilliard Stern

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Steven Hilliard Stern
Steven Hilliard Stern.jpg
Stern in 1972
Born(1937-11-01)November 1, 1937
DiedJune 27, 2018(2018-06-27) (aged 80)
OccupationFilm director, screenwriter, television producer

Steven Hilliard Stern (November 1, 1937 – June 27, 2018) was a Canadian television and documentary director,[1] producer and writer.

Biography[edit]

Stern attended the Ryerson University's Institute of Technology and served in the Canadian Infantry before inaugurating his directing career.[2] The bulk of Stern's output was in the field of made-for-TV movies, both in the United States and Canada. Some film credits may appear as Steve Stern and Steven H. Stern rather than the full middle name.

Stern died in Encino, California, on June 27, 2018, age 80.[3]

Filmography[edit]

  • 1971: B.S. I Love You
  • 1972: Lo B'Yom V'Lo B'Layla
  • 1974: Harrad Summer
    • a.k.a. Love All Summer (USA: video title)
    • a.k.a. Student Union
  • 1975: I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now?
    • a.k.a. Kill My Wife Please
  • 1977: Escape from Bogen County
  • 1978: The Ghost of Flight 401
  • 1978: Doctors' Private Lives
  • 1978: Getting Married
  • 1979: Fast Friends
  • 1979: Anatomy of a Seduction
  • 1979: Young Love, First Love
  • 1979: Running
    • a.k.a. Le vainqueur (Canada: French title)
  • 1980: Portrait of an Escort
    • a.k.a. Professional Date (USA)
  • 1981: Miracle on Ice
  • 1981: The Devil and Max Devlin
  • 1981: A Small Killing
  • 1982: The Ambush Murders
  • 1982: Portrait of a Showgirl
  • 1982: Not Just Another Affair
    • a.k.a. Perfect Affair
  • 1982: Forbidden Love
  • 1982: Mazes and Monsters
    • a.k.a. Dungeons and Dragons (USA: video box title)
    • a.k.a. Rona Jaffe's Mazes and Monsters
  • 1983: Baby Sister
  • 1983: Still the Beaver
  • 1983: An Uncommon Love
  • 1984: Draw!
  • 1984: Getting Physical
  • 1984: Obsessive Love
  • 1985: The Undergrads (as Steven H. Stern)
  • 1985: Murder in Space
  • 1985: Hostage Flight
  • 1986: The Park Is Mine
  • 1986: Young Again
  • 1986: Many Happy Returns
  • 1987: Not Quite Human (as Steven H. Stern)
  • 1987: Rolling Vengeance
  • 1988: 'Man Against the Mob
    • a.k.a. Trouble in the City of Angels (USA: video title)
  • 1988: Weekend War
  • 1988: Crossing the Mob
  • 1989: Final Notice (as Steven H. Stern)
  • 1990: Personals
  • 1991: Money
  • 1991: Love & Murder
  • 1992: The Women of Windsor
  • 1993: Morning Glory
  • 1994: To Save the Children (as Steven Stern)
  • 1995: Black Fox (as Steven H. Stern)
  • 1995: Black Fox: The Price of Peace (as Steven H. Stern)
  • 1995: The Silence of Adultery
    • a.k.a. as Laisse parler ton coeur (Canada: French title)
  • 1995: Black Fox: Good Men and Bad (as Steven H. Stern)
  • 1997: Breaking the Surface: The Greg Louganis Story
  • 1998: City Dump: The Story of the 1951 CCNY Basketball Scandal (as Steve Stern, co-directed with George Roy)
  • 2002: :03 from Gold (uncredited)

Television series[edit]

  • 1976: Serpico (unknown number of episodes)
  • 1976: Bonnie and McCloud (TV episode)
  • 1976: McCloud (1 episode)
  • 1976: Who's Who in Neverland
  • 1976-1977: Quincy M.E. (2 episodes)
    • a.k.a. "Quincy" (International: English informal title)
  • 1977: Dog and Cat (unknown number of episodes)
  • 1977: Has Anybody Here Seen Quincy? (TV episode)
  • 1977: Wipe-Out (TV episode)
  • 1977: The Hardy Boys / Nancy Drew Mysteries (1 episode)
    • a.k.a. The Nancy Drew Mysteries (USA: short title)
  • 1977: Half LIfe (1 episode)
  • 1977: Logan's Run (1 episode)
  • 1977: Deep Cover (TV episode)
  • 1977: Hawaii Five-O (1 episode)
    • a.k.a. McGarrett (USA: rerun title)
  • 1981: Jessica Novak (1 episode)
  • 1981: Closeup News (TV episode)
  • 1998: Voices (TV episode)
  • 1998: The Crow: Stairway to Heaven (1 episode)
  • 1999: The Dream Team

Awards and nominations[edit]

See also[edit]

CCNY point shaving scandal

References[edit]

  1. ^ O'Connor, John J. (December 28, 1982). "TV: 'MAZES AND MONSTERS,' FANTASY". The New York Times.
  2. ^ "Steven Hilliard Stern". Moviefone. AOL Inc. Archived from the original on 4 March 2010. Retrieved 25 August 2018.
  3. ^ Barnes, Mike (June 29, 2018). "Steven Hilliard Stern, Director of 'The Devil and Max Devlin,' Dies at 80". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved June 29, 2018.

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