David Winters Biography (1939-)

Born April 5, 1939, in London, England; son of Samuel and Sadie Weizer; immigrated to the United States, 1953; naturalized citizen, 1956; married Jilen Splawn, December 31, 1977.

Nationality
British
Gender
Male
Occupation
Director, producer, choreographer
Birth Details
April 5, 1939
London, United Kingdom

Famous Works

  • CREDITS
  • Film Director
  • Welcome to My Nightmare (also known as Alice Cooper: Welcome toMy Nightmare), 1975
  • Racquet, Cal-Am, 1979
  • The Last Horror Film (also known as Fanatic and Fanatical Extreme), Twin Continental Films, 1984
  • Thrashin', Fries Entertainment, 1986
  • Mission: Kill (also known as The Mission ... Kill), Goldfarb Dist., 1987
  • (As Maria Dante) Code Name Vengeance, Action, 1989
  • Rage to Kill, Action International Pictures, 1989
  • Space Mutiny, Action International Pictures, 1989
  • Welcome 2 Ibiza, 2002
  • Film Producer
  • Welcome to My Nightmare (also known as Alice Cooper: Welcome toMy Nightmare), 1975
  • Young Lady Chatterley, 1976
  • Racquet, Cal-Am, 1979
  • (With Judd Hamilton) The Last Horror Film (also known as Fanatic and Fanatical Extreme), Twin Continental Films, 1984
  • Mission: Kill (also known as The Mission ... Kill), Goldfarb Dist., 1987
  • Code Name Vengeance, Action, 1989
  • Rage to Kill, Action International Pictures, 1989
  • Space Mutiny, Action International Pictures, 1989
  • Born Killer, 1990
  • The Dangerous, 1994
  • Codename: Silencer (also known as Body Count), Gramercy, 1995
  • Rhythm & Blues, Equator Films, 2000
  • Welcome 2 Ibiza, Trimark Pictures, 2002
  • Film Executive Producer
  • Linda Lovelace for President, 1975
  • Deadly Prey, 1987
  • Killer Workout (also known as Aerobicide), 1987
  • Mankillers (also known as 12 Wild Women), 1987
  • Phoenix the Warrior, 1988
  • Night Wars, 1988
  • Death Chase (also known as Chase), 1988
  • Bounty Hunter, 1989
  • Dead End City, 1989
  • Deadly Reactor (also known as Reactor), 1989
  • Hell on the Battleground (also known as Battleground), 1989
  • Jungle Assault, 1989
  • Order of the Eagle, 1989
  • Time Burst--The Final Alliance, 1989
  • Space Mutiny, 1989
  • Fatal Skies, 1990
  • The Final Sanction, 1990
  • Invasion Force, 1990
  • Operation Warzone, 1990
  • The Revenger, 1990
  • Rapid Fire, 1990
  • The Shooters, 1990
  • Deadly Dancer, 1990
  • Future Force, 1990
  • Firehead, Action International Pictures, 1991
  • Lock'N'Load, Action International Pictures, 1991
  • Raw Nerve, Action International Pictures, 1991
  • Double Threat, Pyramid, 1992
  • Armed for Action, 1992
  • Blood on the Badge, 1992
  • Center of the Web, 1992
  • Mardi Gras for the Devil, Prism Entertainment, 1993
  • Raw Justice (also known as Good Cop, Bad Cop and Skip-Trancer), Avalanche Home Entertainment, 1994
  • Devil's Harvest, Equator Films, 2003
  • Film Co-Executive Producer
  • The Last Ride, Action International Pictures, 1991
  • Film Work
  • Choreographer
  • Pajama Party (also known as The Maid and the Martian), American International Pictures, 1964
  • Send Me No Flowers, Universal, 1964
  • Viva Las Vegas (also known as Love in Las Vegas), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1964
  • Billie, United Artists, 1965
  • (Uncredited) Girl Happy, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1965
  • Tickle Me, Allied Artists, 1965
  • Bus Riley's Back in Town, 1965
  • Made in Paris, Euterpe/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1966
  • The Swinger, Paramount, 1966
  • Easy Come, Easy Go, Paramount, 1967
  • Movin' with Nancy, 1967
  • Welcome to My Nightmare (also known as Alice Cooper: Welcome toMy Nightmare), 1975
  • A Star Is Born, Warner Bros., 1976
  • Roller Boogie, United Artists, 1979
  • Film Appearances
  • Andy, Roogie's Bump (also known as The Kid Colossus), Republic, 1954
  • Melville, Rock, Rock, Rock!, Vanguard, 1956
  • (Uncredited) Lee Roy, The Last Angry Man, Columbia, 1959
  • A-Rab, West Side Story, United Artists, 1961
  • Patient, Captain Newman, M.D., Universal, 1963
  • (Uncredited) Coffeehouse patron, Take Her, She's Mine, 1963
  • The New Interns, Columbia, 1964
  • The Crazy-Quilt (also known as The Crazy Quilt), 1966
  • Stanley Kline, The Last Horror Film (also known as Fanaticand Fanatical Extreme), Twin Continental Films, 1984
  • Welcome 2 Ibiza, Trimark Pictures, 2002
  • Television Work
  • Series
  • Executive producer, Rollin' on the River, syndicated, 1971
  • Producer, Story Theater, syndicated, 1971
  • Executive producer, Half the George Kirby Comedy Hour, syndicated,1972
  • Movies
  • Executive producer, Future Zone, 1991
  • Producer, The Dangerous, HBO, 1995
  • Specials
  • Choreographer, The Steve Allen Comedy Hour, 1967
  • Producer and director, The Ann-Margret Show, CBS, 1968
  • Director, Where the Girls Are, NBC, 1968
  • Producer, director, and choreographer, Ann-Margret: From Hollywood with Love, CBS, 1969
  • Executive producer, The Barbara McNair Show, syndicated, 1969
  • Executive producer and director, Raquel!, CBS, 1970
  • Executive producer, The Lou Rawls Show, syndicated, 1971
  • Co-executive producer, The Big Band and All That Jazz, NBC, 1972
  • Producer and director, Special London Bridge Special, NBC, 1972
  • Co-executive producer, All-Star Swing Festival, NBC, 1972
  • Coproducer, Saga of Sonora, NBC, 1973
  • Director and producer, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, NBC, 1973
  • Choreographer, The Star Wars Holiday Special, 1978
  • Choreographer, The Jimmy McNichol Special, 1980
  • Also worked as producer, The Leslie Uggams Special; producer, The Fifth Dimension: The Traveling Sunshine Show; producer, The Darin Invasion: Bobby Darin Special; producer, The Bobby Sherman Special.
  • Pilots
  • Coproducer and choreographer, The Lisa Hartman Show, ABC, 1979
  • Television Director
  • Episodic
  • "A Coffin Too Frequent," The Monkees, 1967
  • "Monkees Blow Their Minds," The Monkees, 1968
  • Television Work
  • Other
  • Worked as producer, Timex All-Star Festival; producer, The ZsaZsa Gabor Show; producer, The Spring Thing; producer, Swingdingat T.J.'s; producer and director, Once Upon a Wheel; producer, Old Faithful; producer, Lucy in London; producer, Hot Stuff; director, Hans Christian Anderson's The Steadfast Soldier; producer, Go.
  • Television Appearances
  • Series
  • Himself, Hullabaloo, 1965-1966
  • Pilots
  • Lip, "Kincaid," Stoney Burke, 1963
  • Episodic
  • Stu Morgan, "Listen, He's Proposing," The Lux Video Theatre, 1953
  • "A Time for Heroes," The Lux Video Theatre, 1953
  • "No More Rumbles," Naked City, 1958
  • "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt," The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor, 1961
  • "The Runaways," Bus Stop, 1961
  • Chick Montana, "The Case of the Devious Delinquent," Perry Mason,1963
  • Special Agent James Martin, "Peace, It's a Gasser," Burke's Law (also known as Amos Burke: Secret Agent), 1965
  • "Debt of Gratitude," Love on a Rooftop, 1967
  • Also appeared as Bobby Crane, W.E.B.; Walter Murdock, Mr. Peepers.
  • Stage Appearances
  • Yonders, Gypsy, Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1959
  • Appeared as Baby John, West Side Story, Broadway production.
  • WRITINGS
  • Screenplays
  • (With others) The Last Horror Film (also known as Fanatic and Fanatical Extreme), Shere Productions, Twin Continental Films, 1984
  • Rage to Kill, 1989
  • Invasion Force, 1990

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