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||August 3, 1928
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||New York City, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Worked in US film export business
Worked for Realart Pictures
Formed Flamingo Films, a TV distribution company, with high school friend David Wolper
Served in the US Army Signal Corps as a cameraman
Produced and directed "TV's Baseball Hall of Fame"
Formed a partnership with director Stanley Kubrick, Harris-Kubrick Pictures Corporation
Formed James B. Harris Prods. Inc.
Feature directorial debut (also produced), "The Bedford Incident"
First screenplay credit (also produced and directed), "Some Call It Loving"