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Cujo
Cujo Miscellaneous Crew
(1983)
To Live and Die in L.A.
To Live and Die in L.A. Miscellaneous Crew
(1985)
Night of the Creeps
Night of the Creeps Miscellaneous Crew
(1986)
Amazon Women on the Moon
Amazon Women on the Moon Miscellaneous Crew
(1987)

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 1987 Amazon Women on the Moon (script supervisor)
 1987 Long Gone (TV Movie) (script supervisor)
 1986 Sledge Hammer! (TV Series) (script supervisor - 1 episode)
- To Sledge, with Love (1986) ... (script supervisor)
 1986 Night of the Creeps (script supervisor)
 1985 To Live and Die in L.A. (script supervisor)
 1984 Money Hunt: The Mystery of the Missing Link (Video short) (script supervisor - as Jacqueline Saunders)
 1984 Champions (script supervisor: USA)
 1983 Cujo (script supervisor - as Jacqueline Saunders)
 1982 Don't Cry, It's Only Thunder (script supervisor)
 1982 I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can (script supervisor)
 1980 The Unseen (script supervisor - as Jacqueline Saunders)
 1980 Ruckus (script supervisor)
 1980 Hangar 18 (script supervisor)
 1980 The Private Eyes (script supervisor)
 1978 They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way (script clerk - as Jacqueline Saunders)
 1977 Hughes and Harlow: Angels in Hell (script supervisor)
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