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Ernest B. Schoedsack

Ernest B. Schoedsack

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Also Known As: Died: December 23, 1979
Born: June 8, 1893 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Council Bluffs, Iowa, USA Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Mighty Joe Young (1949) as Director
Showmen try to exploit a giant ape raised by an orphan.
2.
Dr. Cyclops (1940) as Director
A brilliant physicist in the Peruvian jungle discovers how to shrink his enemies.
3.
Trouble in Morocco (1937) as Director
4.
Outlaws of the Orient (1937) as Director
5.
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935) as Dir of background loc shooting in India
Three British soldiers in India fight invaders when not fighting each other.
6.
The Last Days of Pompeii (1935) as Director
A blacksmith's rise to wealth and power is jeopardized by his son's Christianity and the eruption of Vesuvius.
7.
Long Lost Father (1934) as Director
A man who deserted his daughter years earlier tries to help her out of a jam.
8.
Blind Adventure (1933) as Director
An American in London stumbles on a criminal ring.
9.
The Monkey's Paw (1933) as Dir of prologue
10.
King Kong (1933) as Director
A film crew discovers the "eighth wonder of the world," a giant prehistoric ape, and brings him back to New York, where he wreaks havoc.
11.
The Son of Kong (1933) as Director
Producer Carl Denham returns to Skull Island in search of more monsters.
12.
The Most Dangerous Game (1932) as Director
A big game hunter decides to stalk human prey.
13.
Rango (1931) as Dir in Sumatra
The frame story is narrated by a white father to his son. He explains that man's closest relative in nature is the orangutan, which translates literally as "man of the forest." He then tells the story of Ali and his son Bin, natives of Sumatra, who hunt in a jungle village. Ali wants to shoot a tiger, but the orangutans Tua and his baby Rango get in the way, and Rango is almost grabbed by the tiger. While Ali prepares a tiger trap, the orangutans enter Ali's hut and feast on the stored goods. Dozens of orangutans join them, ransacking the hut. When Ali and Bin return to discover the havoc, Ali captures Rango and puts him on a chain. Later, Ali saves Tua from a black panther. In the night, a tiger enters the camp, and Rango warns Bin in time for him to shoot and scare the tiger away. At dawn, Tua comes for Rango and eats in the hut, while Bin tends the water buffaloes. After the tiger kills a deer, the orangutans scream warnings to each other and flee. Two male tigers approach and chase Bin, Rango and Tua. The tiger kills Rango, but the water buffalo fights the tiger and kills him.
14.
The Four Feathers (1929) as Director
15.
Chang (1927) as Director
In this silent film, a family of Thai rice-growers fight wild animals and the elements to survive.
16.
Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life (1925) as Director
In this silent film, nomadic tribes make a perilous journey each year in search of fresh grasslands.

Cast (feature film)

17.
Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life (1925) as
In this silent film, nomadic tribes make a perilous journey each year in search of fresh grasslands.

Cinematography (feature film)

18.
Eagle Squadron (1942) as Background photog
19.
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935) as Photog of background loc shooting in India
Three British soldiers in India fight invaders when not fighting each other.
20.
Rango (1931) as Photography
The frame story is narrated by a white father to his son. He explains that man's closest relative in nature is the orangutan, which translates literally as "man of the forest." He then tells the story of Ali and his son Bin, natives of Sumatra, who hunt in a jungle village. Ali wants to shoot a tiger, but the orangutans Tua and his baby Rango get in the way, and Rango is almost grabbed by the tiger. While Ali prepares a tiger trap, the orangutans enter Ali's hut and feast on the stored goods. Dozens of orangutans join them, ransacking the hut. When Ali and Bin return to discover the havoc, Ali captures Rango and puts him on a chain. Later, Ali saves Tua from a black panther. In the night, a tiger enters the camp, and Rango warns Bin in time for him to shoot and scare the tiger away. At dawn, Tua comes for Rango and eats in the hut, while Bin tends the water buffaloes. After the tiger kills a deer, the orangutans scream warnings to each other and flee. Two male tigers approach and chase Bin, Rango and Tua. The tiger kills Rango, but the water buffalo fights the tiger and kills him.
21.
The Four Feathers (1929) as Director of Photography
22.
Gow, the Head Hunter (1928) as Director of Photography
23.
Chang (1927) as Director of Photography
In this silent film, a family of Thai rice-growers fight wild animals and the elements to survive.
24.
Greed (1925) as Director of Photography
In this silent film, lust for gold tears apart a dentist and his wife.
25.
Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life (1925) as Director of Photography
In this silent film, nomadic tribes make a perilous journey each year in search of fresh grasslands.
26.
The Lost Empire (1924) as Director of Photography

Writer (feature film)

27.
Rango (1931) as Story
The frame story is narrated by a white father to his son. He explains that man's closest relative in nature is the orangutan, which translates literally as "man of the forest." He then tells the story of Ali and his son Bin, natives of Sumatra, who hunt in a jungle village. Ali wants to shoot a tiger, but the orangutans Tua and his baby Rango get in the way, and Rango is almost grabbed by the tiger. While Ali prepares a tiger trap, the orangutans enter Ali's hut and feast on the stored goods. Dozens of orangutans join them, ransacking the hut. When Ali and Bin return to discover the havoc, Ali captures Rango and puts him on a chain. Later, Ali saves Tua from a black panther. In the night, a tiger enters the camp, and Rango warns Bin in time for him to shoot and scare the tiger away. At dawn, Tua comes for Rango and eats in the hut, while Bin tends the water buffaloes. After the tiger kills a deer, the orangutans scream warnings to each other and flee. Two male tigers approach and chase Bin, Rango and Tua. The tiger kills Rango, but the water buffalo fights the tiger and kills him.

Producer (feature film)

28.
Rango (1931) as Prod in Sumatra
The frame story is narrated by a white father to his son. He explains that man's closest relative in nature is the orangutan, which translates literally as "man of the forest." He then tells the story of Ali and his son Bin, natives of Sumatra, who hunt in a jungle village. Ali wants to shoot a tiger, but the orangutans Tua and his baby Rango get in the way, and Rango is almost grabbed by the tiger. While Ali prepares a tiger trap, the orangutans enter Ali's hut and feast on the stored goods. Dozens of orangutans join them, ransacking the hut. When Ali and Bin return to discover the havoc, Ali captures Rango and puts him on a chain. Later, Ali saves Tua from a black panther. In the night, a tiger enters the camp, and Rango warns Bin in time for him to shoot and scare the tiger away. At dawn, Tua comes for Rango and eats in the hut, while Bin tends the water buffaloes. After the tiger kills a deer, the orangutans scream warnings to each other and flee. Two male tigers approach and chase Bin, Rango and Tua. The tiger kills Rango, but the water buffalo fights the tiger and kills him.
29.
Chang (1927) as Producer
In this silent film, a family of Thai rice-growers fight wild animals and the elements to survive.
30.
Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life (1925) as Producer
In this silent film, nomadic tribes make a perilous journey each year in search of fresh grasslands.

Editing (feature film)

31.
Rango (1931) as Editing
The frame story is narrated by a white father to his son. He explains that man's closest relative in nature is the orangutan, which translates literally as "man of the forest." He then tells the story of Ali and his son Bin, natives of Sumatra, who hunt in a jungle village. Ali wants to shoot a tiger, but the orangutans Tua and his baby Rango get in the way, and Rango is almost grabbed by the tiger. While Ali prepares a tiger trap, the orangutans enter Ali's hut and feast on the stored goods. Dozens of orangutans join them, ransacking the hut. When Ali and Bin return to discover the havoc, Ali captures Rango and puts him on a chain. Later, Ali saves Tua from a black panther. In the night, a tiger enters the camp, and Rango warns Bin in time for him to shoot and scare the tiger away. At dawn, Tua comes for Rango and eats in the hut, while Bin tends the water buffaloes. After the tiger kills a deer, the orangutans scream warnings to each other and flee. Two male tigers approach and chase Bin, Rango and Tua. The tiger kills Rango, but the water buffalo fights the tiger and kills him.
32.
The Four Feathers (1929) as Film Editor

Production Companies (feature film)

33.
King Kong (1933) as Company
A film crew discovers the "eighth wonder of the world," a giant prehistoric ape, and brings him back to New York, where he wreaks havoc.
34.
The Most Dangerous Game (1932) as Company
A big game hunter decides to stalk human prey.
35.
Rango (1931) as Company
The frame story is narrated by a white father to his son. He explains that man's closest relative in nature is the orangutan, which translates literally as "man of the forest." He then tells the story of Ali and his son Bin, natives of Sumatra, who hunt in a jungle village. Ali wants to shoot a tiger, but the orangutans Tua and his baby Rango get in the way, and Rango is almost grabbed by the tiger. While Ali prepares a tiger trap, the orangutans enter Ali's hut and feast on the stored goods. Dozens of orangutans join them, ransacking the hut. When Ali and Bin return to discover the havoc, Ali captures Rango and puts him on a chain. Later, Ali saves Tua from a black panther. In the night, a tiger enters the camp, and Rango warns Bin in time for him to shoot and scare the tiger away. At dawn, Tua comes for Rango and eats in the hut, while Bin tends the water buffaloes. After the tiger kills a deer, the orangutans scream warnings to each other and flee. Two male tigers approach and chase Bin, Rango and Tua. The tiger kills Rango, but the water buffalo fights the tiger and kills him.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

36.
Gow the Headhunter (1928) as Photography

Special Thanks (feature film)

37.
Mighty Joe Young (1998) as Special Thanks ("Producer Would Like To Acknowledge His Work")
To most people, Joe is a myth and a legend; a huge gorilla, a sacred guardian and defender of the natives of a small African village. To his only friend Jill, he is a protector and companion. Together they are the only family each has had since their respective mothers were killed by poachers 20 years ago. Now, when zoologist Gregg O'Hara, who is exploring the remote Pangani Mountains in Central Africa, comes upon the awesome 15-foot gorilla, he and Jill rescue the strong yet innocent creature from human predators by moving him into safety of a California animal conservancy. However, Joe is not safe for long. His notoriety makes him a target for an enemy from his past... a ruthless hunter who eager to steal Joe for his unique value on the endengered species black market. Feeling threatened and confused in his man-made confines, Joe finally escapes. As this powerful force of nature attempts to traverse the metropolis of Los Angeles, he leaves a trail of destruction and chaos in his wake.

Cinematography (short)

38.
Her Torpedoed Love (1917)
In this silent short comedy, a conniving butler plots against a cook when he discovers the cook has been willed a fortune.

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