Jack London


About

Birth Place
San Francisco, California, USA
Born
January 12, 1876
Died
November 22, 1916
Cause of Death
Uremia

Biography

Jack London worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. London worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Conflict" (1936), "Queen of the Yukon" (1940) and "The Abysmal Brute" (1923). He also contributed to "The Call of the Wild" (1923), "The Sea Wolf" (1930) starring Milton Sills and "White Fang" (1925). London was also credit...

Biography

Jack London worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. London worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Conflict" (1936), "Queen of the Yukon" (1940) and "The Abysmal Brute" (1923). He also contributed to "The Call of the Wild" (1923), "The Sea Wolf" (1930) starring Milton Sills and "White Fang" (1925). London was also credited in "Sign of the Wolf" (1941), "The Fighter" (1952) and "The Assassination Bureau" (1969). He also was recognized in "Der Schrel der Schwarzen Woelfe" with Ron Ely (1972), "Call of the Wild" with Charlton Heston (1975) and "Animal Talk" (CBS, 1979-1980). London was most recently credited in the dramatic adaptation "Call of the Wild 3-D" (2009) with Christopher Lloyd. London passed away in November 1916 at the age of 40.

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Sea Wolf, The (1941) -- A Criminal Offense First scene for both Ruth (Ida Lupino) and Van Weyden (Alexander Knox), catching a ferry out of San Francisco, her situation desperate, in Michael Curtiz's The Sea Wolf, 1941, from the Jack London novel, also starring John Garfield and Edward G. Robinson in the title role.
Sea Wolf, The (1941) - You Die Too Easy! First appearance by Edward G. Robinson in the title role as sea captain "Wolf Larsen," mostly berating the rescued Van Weyden (Alexander Knox) in the Michael Curtiz version of The Sea Wolf, 1941, from the Jack London novel.
Sea Wolf, The (1941) -- Pray For The Night Memorable speech by Barry Sullivan (as "Cooky"), on the row-boat headed for the ship, warning Leach (John Garfield) what awaits, just minutes into The Sea Wolf, 1941, from the Jack London novel, directed by Michael Curtiz.
Sea Wolf, The (1941) -- Open, The Ghost Opening titles and the dramatic introduction of John Garfield as the futigive Leach, from Michael Curtiz's definitive version of Jack London's The Sea Wolf, 1941, starring Edward G. Robinson.
Call Of The Wild, The (1935) -- Sit Around And Look Nasty Prospectors Jack Thornton (Clark Gable) and Shorty (Jack Oakie) taking the measure of Claire (Loretta Young), whom they've just rescued, and who does not appear in the Jack London novel, in producer Darryl F. Zanuck's very much re-invented 1935 version of The Call Of The Wild.
Call Of The Wild, The (1935) -- He's Not For Sale Outfitter Griggs (Sidney Toler) has just introduced Thornton (Clark Gable) and Shorty (Jack Oakie) to St. Bernard Buck, familiar from the Jack London novel, when rival Smith (Reginald Owen) appears, in producer Darryl Zanuck's almost complete re-write of The Call Of The Wild, 1935.
Call Of The Wild, The (1935) -- Last Insane Gesture Opening scene, in which it becomes clear producer Darryl Zanuck's film will depart far from the Jack London novel, Thornton (Clark Gable) is leaving Alaska, some early crowd surfing, then visiting with Tex (Tommy Jackson), in The Call Of The Wild, 1935, directed by William A. Wellman.

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