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Jack Arnold

Jack Arnold

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Also Known As: Died: March 17, 1992
Born: October 14, 1916 Cause of Death: arteriosclerosis
Birth Place: New Haven, Connecticut, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Performed as actor on Broadway in such plays as "My Sister Eileen" and "A Bell for Adano" in the the 1930s
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Acted in British films
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Served in the US Air Force Signal Corps; worked with documentary filmmaker Robert Flaherty
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After military service, became independent documentary filmmaker, producing 25 documentary films for the State Department, the Army and private industry
1950:
Directed and produced first feature, "With These Hands" (full-length, semidocumentary made for ILGW Union) which was nominated for an Oscar
1952:
Signed by Universal Pictures
1953:
Directed first fiction feature, "Girls in the Night/Life After Dark"
1959:
Producer (also director) of first fiction feature, "No Name on the Bullet"
1981:
John Landis had tried to mount a project for Arnold to direct, an unrealized remake of "Creature from the Black Lagoon"
1984:
Made a cameo appearance in John Landis's "Into the Night"

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