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Jerry Thorpe worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Early on, Thorpe directed a variety of independent films, such as the Robert Vaughn suspenseful adaptation "The Venetian Affair" (1967), "Day of the Evil Gun" (1968) and the Van Johnson thriller "Company of Killers" (1970). Thorpe also directed for the television show "The Desilu Playhouse" (CBS, 1958-1960). Thorpe also directed some television shows including "The Desilu Playhouse" (CBS, 1958-1960). In the seventies, Thorpe devoted his time to various credits, such as "Of Men of Women" (ABC, 1972-73), "The Little People" (NBC, 1972-74) and "Harry O" (ABC, 1974-76). He also worked on "Rafferty" (CBS, 1977-78). Thorpe was nominated for an Outstanding Drama Series-Continuing Primetime Emmy Award for "Kung Fu" in 1973 as well as for an Outstanding New Series Primetime Emmy Award for "Kung Fu" in 1973. Thorpe won an Outstanding Directorial Achievement In Drama Primetime Emmy Award for "Kung Fu" in 1973. During the latter half of his career, Thorpe directed "The Desilu Playhouse" (CBS, 1958-1960). Thorpe more recently directed "One West Waikiki" (CBS, 1993-94).

Jerry Thorpe worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Early on, Thorpe directed a variety of independent films, such as the Robert Vaughn suspenseful adaptation "The Venetian Affair" (1967), "Day of the Evil Gun" (1968) and the Van Johnson thriller "Company of Killers" (1970). Thorpe also directed for the television show "The Desilu Playhouse" (CBS, 1958-1960). Thorpe also directed some television shows including "The Desilu Playhouse" (CBS, 1958-1960). In the seventies, Thorpe devoted his time to various credits, such as "Of Men of Women" (ABC, 1972-73), "The Little People" (NBC, 1972-74) and "Harry O" (ABC, 1974-76). He also worked on "Rafferty" (CBS, 1977-78). Thorpe was nominated for an Outstanding Drama Series-Continuing Primetime Emmy Award for "Kung Fu" in 1973 as well as for an Outstanding New Series Primetime Emmy Award for "Kung Fu" in 1973. Thorpe won an Outstanding Directorial Achievement In Drama Primetime Emmy Award for "Kung Fu" in 1973. During the latter half of his career, Thorpe directed "The Desilu Playhouse" (CBS, 1958-1960). Thorpe more recently directed "One West Waikiki" (CBS, 1993-94).

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DIRECTOR:

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  Happy Endings (1983) Director
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  All God's Children (1980) Director
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  Sticking Together (1978) Director
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  Question Of Love (1978) Director
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  Possessed, The (1977) Director
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  I Want to Keep My Baby! (1976) Director
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  Antonio and the Mayor (1973) Director
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  Harry O (1973) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 It's a Pleasure! (1945) Boy skater
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