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Jack MacKenzie

Jack MacKenzie

  • Gildersleeve's Ghost (1944) October 16 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Hi, Gaucho! (1936) October 16 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Ladies of the Jury (1932) October 20 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Isle Of The Dead (1945) October 28 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Fight For Your Lady (1938) November 18 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
An American Romance (1944) as Assistant Director
A European immigrant becomes a master of industry but almost loses his family.

Cast (feature film)

2.
Neil Simon's "London Suite" (1996) as Waiter
The movie, based on Neil Simon's play of the same name, follows a series of misadventures that take place in an English luxury hotel on the same day. Some of the interwoven vignettes include a bride who misplaces her new husband on their honeymoon, a couple whose vacation plans are disrupted when th

Cinematography (feature film)

3.
The Flame Barrier (1958) as Director of Photography
Carol Dahlmann enlists the Hollister brothers to help locate her missing husband. The husband was tracking a fallen satellite through the jungle. While tracking him down, the trio discover an unusually strong acid killing animals and people.
4.
The Return of Dracula (1958) as Director of Photography
A European vampire devastates a small western town.
5.
The Vampire (1957) as Director of Photography
An experimental treatment turns a small-town doctor into a vampire.
6.
The Marshal's Daughter (1953) as Camera
Produced by Ken Murray strictly as a vehicle for Laurie Anders, his curvy protege from his television show and billed above the title and first billed in the cast as Laurie ("I-like-the-wide-open-spaces") Anders, which was her catch-line phrase and how she was introduced and known. This is neither a comedy, satire or parody---missing badly on all attempts at such---and isn't much of a western either, even by bottom-of-the-barrel B-standards. The plot by veteran B-western villain player Bob Duncan, who did manage to write himself the best role in the movie, relative to there being no good roles in this movie, has town banker Anderson (Robert Bray as Bob Bray), the secret head of an outlaw gang, trying to organize a Cattleman's Association and not getting any takers. He sends for Trigger Gans (Bob Duncan) to act as a persuader. But a mysterious, masked rider known as El Coyote begins to resist. El Coyote is of course Laurie Dawson (Laurie Anders as Laurie "I-like-the-wide-open-spaces" Anders), daughter of retired Marshal and rancher Ben Dawson (Hoot Gibson), and her El Coyote role ensured that whoever stunt-doubled her would wear pads where no stunt man ever wore them, with the possible later exception of Dean Smith doubling Maureen O'Hara in "McLintock." The heroines that Dave Sharpe doubled in Republic serials weren't built like Laurie Anders. Producer Ken Murray, as a riverboat gambler named Sliding Bill Murray, rolls into town on the same stage as Trigger Gans, and then promptly engages Preston Foster, Johnny Mack Brown,Jimmy Wakely and Buddy Baer(in cameo roles) in a blackout-skit poker game written by himself, which had to have been even more painful for the participants than the viewers. Ralph Staub used to get better stuff than this in his "Screen Snapshots" just roaming around Columbia's backlot and interviewing Smiley Burnette and Ringeye.
7.
Footlight Varieties (1951) as Photog for "Radio City Revels" excerpt
Television personality Jack Paar introduces a series of songs and sketches.
8.
Boy from Indiana (1950) as Director of Photography
9.
Make Mine Laughs (1949) as Director of Photography
Compilation of comic scenes and musical numbers from RKO films.
10.
Massacre River (1949) as Director of Photography
Guy Madison, Rory Calhoun, Carole Mathews, Cathy Downs, Johnny Sands, Steve Brodie, Art Baker, Iron Eyes Cody, Queenie Smith. Two army officers compete for the hand of the colonel's daughter in this western romance which features a subplot involving a sneaky gambler and Indians on the warpath.
11.
Code of the West (1947) as Director of Photography
Knowing the railroad is coming, Carter is after the rancher's land. Bob and Chito return just in time to save Banker Stockton and his money from Carter's men. When Stockton then lends the ranchers money, Carter has them burned out. Bob knows Carter is responsible and when Carter's henchman Saunders is recognized, Bob goes into action.
12.
Thunder Mountain (1947) as Director of Photography
"Thunder Mountain" is the first of Tim Holt's 29 postwar westerns spread over the five year period from June, 1947 to June, 1952. While the film has one Zane Grey title, it has more elements in it from Grey's "To the Last Man" than from Grey's "Thunder Mountain", a not uncommon practice by RKO when dealing with the works of Zane Grey. This one had Marvin Harley (Tim Holt) returning to his Arizona ranch and finding it about to be sold for taxes. It has been in charge of his Mexican-Irish friend Chito Rafferty (Richard Martin.) Local saloon-keeper Trimble Carson (Harry Woods), his friend Johnny Blue (Tom Keene as Richard Powers) and Sheriff Bagley (Harry Harvey) have information that the ranch is to be the site of a dam and plot to obtain it. Plus, neighboring ranchers Ellen Jorth (Martha Hyer) and her brothers, Chick (Steve Brodie) and Lee (Robert Clarke), are antagonistic toward Hayden because of an old family feud between the Jorths and Haydens. Ellen and Hayden meet while looking for boundary markers between their lands and find stakes bearing the name of the water company. They conclude that Carson is trying to revive the old feud in hopes that one of the firey Jorths will kill Hayden. Later, Carson and Blue kill Chick by bashing his head with a rock so that Hayden, who is known not to carry a gun, will be charged with the murder. Hayden is jailed, but learns from family attorney James Gardner (Jason Robards, the father who was never billed as Jason Robards Sr., ) that there is still money in his ranch account that will pay the taxes, but the crooked sheriff stalls on accepting the payment. Chito and dance-hall girl Ginger Kelly (Virginia Owen) find evidence implicating Carson in the killing of Chick Jorth. Chito rescues Hayden from the jail, and they go after Carson and Blue. The latter are killed in a gun battle, the feud is settled and peace reigns as Hayden pairs off with Ellen, and Chito with Ginger.
13.
Seven Keys to Baldpate (1947) as Director of Photography
A mystery writer runs into the real thing when he holes up at a deserted inn.
14.
Child of Divorce (1946) as Director of Photography
A sensitive girl has trouble adjusting to her parents'' divorce.
15.
Partners in Time (1946) as Director of Photography
16.
Mama Loves Papa (1945) as Director of Photography
A wimp named playground commissioner takes on corrupt city officials.
17.
Two O'Clock Courage (1945) as Director of Photography
An amnesiac discovers he's wanted for murder.
18.
Isle of the Dead (1945) as Director of Photography
The inhabitants of a Balkans island under quarantine fear that one of their number is a vampire.
19.
Zombies on Broadway (1945) as Director of Photography
Two bumbling press agents seek a real zombie for a nightclub opening.
20.
Dixie Jamboree (1944) as Director of Photography
21.
Gildersleeve's Ghost (1944) as Director of Photography
Two ghosts help a small-town eccentric run for mayor.
22.
My Pal Wolf (1944) as Director of Photography
A little girl fights to keep her dog over her nanny's objections.
23.
Jungle Woman (1944) as Director of Photography
Paula the ape woman (Acquanetta) is alive and well, and running around a creepy old sanitarium run by the kindly Dr. Fletcher (J. Carrol Naish), also reverting to her true gorilla form every once in a while to kill somebody.
24.
Passport to Destiny (1944) as Director of Photography
A British war widow travels to Berlin to assassinate Hitler.
25.
The Adventures of a Rookie (1943) as Director of Photography
Idiot soldiers on leave get themselves trapped in an all-women's boarding house.
26.
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943) as Director of Photography
A small-town politician is the jury hold-out in a sensational murder case.
27.
The Falcon Strikes Back (1943) as Director of Photography
A society sleuth is framed for murder by criminals running a war-bond racket.
28.
Mexican Spitfire's Blessed Event (1943) as Director of Photography
A husband mistakenly believes his hot Latin wife is pregnant.
29.
Two Weeks to Live (1943) as Director of Photography
Thinking he's terminally ill, a man tries to raise money by undertaking daredevil stunts.
30.
Hi' Ya, Sailor (1943) as Director of Photography
31.
Gildersleeve on Broadway (1943) as Director of Photography
On a trip to New York, a small-town blowhard gets caught between a wealthy widow and a gold digger.
32.
Scattergood Survives a Murder (1942) as Director of Photography
33.
Mexican Spitfire at Sea (1942) as Director of Photography
An advertising executive and his temperamental wife sail to Hawaii in search of business.
34.
Mexican Spitfire's Elephant (1942) as Director of Photography
A temperamental Latina and her family get caught in the search for a rare art treasure.
35.
Scattergood Rides High (1942) as Director of Photography
36.
Let's Make Music (1941) as Photography
A spinster schoolteacher becomes a national sensation when she writes a big-band hit.
37.
Scattergood Pulls the Strings (1941) as Director of Photography
38.
The Mexican Spitfire's Baby (1941) as Director of Photography
An advertising executive and his temperamental life adopt a war orphan who turns out to be a beautiful woman.
39.
Scattergood Baines (1941) as Director of Photography
40.
Scattergood Meets Broadway (1941) as Director of Photography
41.
Wildcat Bus (1940) as Photography
A broke playboy signs on to help a young beauty save her ailing bus line.
42.
Mexican Spitfire Out West (1940) as Director of Photography
To punish her inattentive husband, a Latin bombshell pretends to want a divorce.
43.
Pop Always Pays (1940) as Director of Photography
A man will only allow his daughter to marry if her fiance can raise $1,000.
44.
Millionaire Playboy (1940) as Photography
A young millionaire gets hiccups whenever he kisses a pretty woman.
45.
Mexican Spitfire (1940) as Photography
A businessman's aunt enlists his ex-wife to break up his marriage to a temperamental Latina.
46.
The Girl from Mexico (1939) as Photography
An ad man tours Mexico trying to cast a new radio show.
47.
The Day the Bookies Wept (1939) as Director of Photography
A taxi driver buys a beer-drinking race horse.
48.
Sued for Libel (1939) as Photography
When he's sued for libeling a murder suspect, a hot shot reporter decides to solve the crime himself.
49.
Go Chase Yourself (1938) as Photography
A bank teller gets mixed up with crooks.
50.
Radio City Revels (1938) as Photography
Burned-out songwriters find man who composes while asleep.
51.
Crime Ring (1938) as Photography
A reporter fights to expose a phony psychic ring.
52.
Great Guy (1937) as Photography
It's the New York Department of Weights and Measures vs. a systematic effort to cheat the public by giving them less product than they pay for...organized by crooked city alderman Marty Cavanaugh, who put the last chief deputy inspector in the hospital. The new man, pugnacious Johnny Cave, steps on the toes of influential merchants and gets increasing pressure, both political and strong-arm, to desist. Will the luck (if not the pluck) of the Irish pull him through?
53.
Meet the Missus (1937) as Photography
A woman's mania for entering contests leads her family on a madcap trip to Atlantic City.
54.
She's Got Everything (1937) as Photography
A penniless heiress goes to work as secretary to a stuffed shirt.
55.
Hideaway (1937) as Photography
A homeless family tries to take over an abandoned house, only to discover it's a gangsters' hideaway.
56.
Fight for Your Lady (1937) as Photography
A wrestling promoter helps an opera singer with his love life.
57.
23 1/2 Hours Leave (1937) as Photography
58.
On Again--Off Again (1937) as Photography
Squabbling business partners settle their differences in a wrestling match, with the loser becoming the winner's slave.
59.
High Flyers (1937) as Photography
Two men pose as flyers and get mixed up with jewel smugglers.
60.
Two in Revolt (1936) as Photography
A dog and a horse grow up together and become inseparable.
61.
The Last Outlaw (1936) as Photography
Harry Carey, Hoot Gibson, Henry B. Walthall, Margaret Callahan, Frank M. Thomas, Tom Tyler. In this remake of a silent classic based on a story by director John Ford, an outlaw emerges from a twenty-five year prison term and returns to his former home town, now a bustling and unrecognizable modern city.
62.
The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936) as 2nd unit photog
A detective teams with his ex-wife to solve a murder.
63.
Mary of Scotland (1936) as Photography
Biography of the flighty Scottish queen who was brought down by love.
64.
Mummy's Boys (1936) as Photography
Two ditch-digging fools sign on to help excavate a cursed Egyptian tomb.
65.
Don't Turn 'Em Loose (1936) as Photography
A ruthless convict threatens to reveal that the head of the parole board is his father.
66.
Another Face (1935) as Photography
Plastic surgery turns a gangster into a movie star.
67.
Vagabond Lady (1935) as Photography
A department store owner's sons compete for his secretary's heart.
68.
Hi, Gaucho! (1935) as Photography
The son and daughter of feuding ranchers defy their fathers in the name of love.
69.
Hot Tip (1935) as Photography
A racing fan's predictions go wrong and land his friends in debt.
70.
Shock (1934) as Photography
71.
Tomorrow's Youth (1934) as Photography
72.
Gambling (1934) as Photography
73.
He Couldn't Take It (1933) as Photography
Jimmy Kelly, who can't hold on to a job because of his hot temper, finds his calling as a process server. He serves process on a gangster and exposes a criminal conspiracy while trying to stop his long-suffering girlfriend from taking a vacation with her lecherous boss.
74.
One Man's Journey (1933) as Photography
Father and son doctors disagree over the son's materialistic goals.
75.
Ladies of the Jury (1932) as Photography
A jury hold-out tries to prove the defendant's innocence.
76.
Little Orphan Annie (1932) as Photography
77.
Laugh and Get Rich (1931) as Photography
A man drives his family wild with get-rich-quick schemes.
78.
The Perfect Alibi (1931) as Photography
79.
Kept Husbands (1931) as Photography
A steel worker marries the boss's daughter, then has to teach her about life on a budget.
80.
White Shoulders (1931) as Camera
81.
Peach-O-Reno (1931) as Photography
Two divorce lawyers run a gambling joint by night.
82.
Caught Plastered (1931) as Photography
Stranded vaudevillians help save a small-town druggist from bankruptcy.
83.
Hell's Angels (1930) as Asst photog
Two buddies take on World War I flying aces and a seductive blonde.
84.
Beau Bandit (1930) as Director of Photography
A tenderfoot hires an outlaw to do his killing for him.
85.
Whispering Winds (1929) as Director of Photography
86.
Jazz Heaven (1929) as Director of Photography
A struggling song writer finds love at his boarding house.
87.
Dance Hall (1929) as Director of Photography
A dance trophy winning young couple is temporarily split up when a playboy aviator leads the girl to believe he's in love with her.
88.
The Rainbow Man (1929) as Director of Photography
89.
Ladies' Night in a Turkish Bath (1928) as Director of Photography
90.
Let It Rain (1927) as Director of Photography
91.
A Texas Steer (1927) as Director of Photography
92.
Soft Cushions (1927) as Director of Photography
93.
Hold That Lion (1926) as Director of Photography
94.
The Lodge in the Wilderness (1926) as Director of Photography
95.
That's My Baby (1926) as Director of Photography
96.
The Nut-Cracker (1926) as Director of Photography
97.
Shattered Lives (1925) as Director of Photography
98.
The Part Time Wife (1925) as Director of Photography
99.
Introduce Me (1925) as Director of Photography
100.
On the Threshold (1925) as Director of Photography
101.
Silent Pal (1925) as Director of Photography
102.
The Overland Limited (1925) as Director of Photography
103.
Seven Keys to Baldpate (1925) as Director of Photography
104.
His Master's Voice (1925) as Director of Photography
105.
The Night Ship (1925) as Director of Photography
106.
Private Affairs (1925) as Director of Photography
107.
Never Say Die (1924) as Director of Photography
108.
Black Lightning (1924) as Director of Photography
109.
Unmarried Wives (1924) as Director of Photography
110.
The Lullaby (1924) as Director of Photography
111.
Divorce (1923) as Director of Photography
112.
Thelma (1922) as Camera
113.
Colleen of the Pines (1922) as Director of Photography
114.
Belle of Alaska (1922) as Director of Photography
115.
The Snowshoe Trail (1922) as Director of Photography
116.
It Can Be Done (1921) as Director of Photography
117.
The Silver Car (1921) as Director of Photography
118.
The Duke of Chimney Butte (1921) as Director of Photography
119.
Bring Him In (1921) as Director of Photography
120.
The Secret of the Hills (1921) as Director of Photography
121.
Three Sevens (1921) as Director of Photography
122.
The Jolt (1921) as Director of Photography
123.
Diamonds Adrift (1921) as Director of Photography
124.
Captain Swift (1920) as Camera
125.
The Honey Bee (1920) as Camera
126.
The Romance Promoters (1920) as Camera
127.
The Gift Supreme (1920) as Camera
128.
129.
When Bearcat Went Dry (1919) as Camera
130.
Toton (1919) as Camera
131.
The Girl Who Wouldn't Quit (1918) as Camera
132.
The Last Rebel (1918) as Camera
133.
The Love Brokers (1918) as Camera
134.
Anything Once (1917) as Camera
135.
The Heritage of Hate (1916) as Camera

Art Director (feature film)

136.
Whom the Gods Would Destroy (1919) as Tech staff

Film Production - Main (feature film)

137.
Ladies' Day (1943) as Photography
Love turns a winning baseball pitcher into a loser.

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