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Larry M. Davis is an assistant director who worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Other projects Davis worked as second assistant director on include the Trapper John, M.D. episode "So Little, Gone" (1985, with Madge Sinclair), the sport drama Hoosiers (1986, music by Jerry Goldsmith), and eight episodes of the television series Silk Stalkings (1996, starring Charlie Brill and one episode directed by John Paragon).

Star Trek credits Edit

  • TNG:
    • "Angel One" - Second Assistant Director (Season 1)
    • "11001001" - Second Assistant Director
    • "When The Bough Breaks" - Second Assistant Director
    • "Home Soil" - Second Assistant Director
    • "Coming of Age" - Second Assistant Director
    • "Heart of Glory" - Second Assistant Director
    • "The Arsenal of Freedom" - Second Assistant Director
    • "Skin of Evil" - Second Assistant Director
    • "Data's Day" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited, Season 4)
    • "The Wounded" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited)
    • "Devil's Due" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited)
    • "Clues" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited)
    • "First Contact" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited)
    • "Galaxy's Child" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited)
    • "Night Terrors" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited)
    • "Identity Crisis" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited)
    • "The Nth Degree" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited)
    • "Qpid" - Second Assistant Director/2nd Unit Assistant Director (uncredited)
    • "The Drumhead" - Second Assistant Director (credited as Larry Davis)

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