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Scott Gordon (VI)

Scott Gordon is a director and writer, known for 'Til Death Do Us Part (2002), Searching for Haizmann (2003) and Great American Authors: Since 1650 (2007). He has been married to Samantha Lloyd since June 23, 2007. See full bio »

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 2007 Great American Authors: Since 1650 (TV Series documentary) (series director)
 2005 A History of Black Achievement in America (TV Series documentary)
 2004-2005 The Complete History of U.S. Wars 1700-2004 (TV Series) (8 episodes)
- The Police Wars (2005)
- The Cold War (2005)
- The Global Wars (2005)
- The Civil War (2004)
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 2008 The Mob: From Hollywood to Vegas (TV Mini-Series documentary)
 2003 Searching for Haizmann (writer)
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 2007 Great American Authors: Since 1650 (TV Series documentary)
Walt Whitman / Edgar Allen Poe / Washington Irving / ...
 2003 Searching for Haizmann
Ron Reeves
 1990 Ghoul School (Video)
Jeff
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 2008 The Mob: From Hollywood to Vegas (TV Mini-Series documentary) (producer)
 2003 Searching for Haizmann (producer)
 2002 'Til Death Do Us Part (co-producer)
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 2002 'Til Death Do Us Part (construction)
 2004 The Guerrero Project (Documentary) (second unit director)

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