Jack Mackenzie


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

An American Romance (1944)
Assistant Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Neil Simon's "London Suite" (1996)

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Flame Barrier (1958)
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The Return of Dracula (1958)
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The Vampire (1957)
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The Marshal's Daughter (1953)
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Footlight Varieties (1951)
Photographer for "Radio City Revels" excerpt
Boy from Indiana (1950)
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Massacre River (1949)
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Make Mine Laughs (1949)
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Thunder Mountain (1947)
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Code of the West (1947)
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Seven Keys to Baldpate (1947)
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Child of Divorce (1946)
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Partners in Time (1946)
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Isle of the Dead (1945)
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Two O'Clock Courage (1945)
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Mama Loves Papa (1945)
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Zombies on Broadway (1945)
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Jungle Woman (1944)
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My Pal Wolf (1944)
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Dixie Jamboree (1944)
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Gildersleeve's Ghost (1944)
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Passport to Destiny (1944)
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Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943)
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The Falcon Strikes Back (1943)
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Gildersleeve on Broadway (1943)
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Two Weeks to Live (1943)
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Hi' Ya, Sailor (1943)
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Ladies' Day (1943)
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Mexican Spitfire's Blessed Event (1943)
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The Adventures of a Rookie (1943)
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Scattergood Survives a Murder (1942)
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Scattergood Rides High (1942)
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Mexican Spitfire's Elephant (1942)
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Mexican Spitfire at Sea (1942)
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Scattergood Meets Broadway (1941)
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Scattergood Baines (1941)
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The Mexican Spitfire's Baby (1941)
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Let's Make Music (1941)
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Scattergood Pulls the Strings (1941)
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Mexican Spitfire Out West (1940)
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Mexican Spitfire (1940)
Photography
Millionaire Playboy (1940)
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Pop Always Pays (1940)
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Wildcat Bus (1940)
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The Girl from Mexico (1939)
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Sued for Libel (1939)
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The Day the Bookies Wept (1939)
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Radio City Revels (1938)
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Go Chase Yourself (1938)
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Crime Ring (1938)
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She's Got Everything (1937)
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High Flyers (1937)
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Fight for Your Lady (1937)
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23 1/2 Hours Leave (1937)
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On Again--Off Again (1937)
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Hideaway (1937)
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Great Guy (1937)
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Meet the Missus (1937)
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The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936)
2nd unit Photographer
Two in Revolt (1936)
Photography
The Last Outlaw (1936)
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Don't Turn 'Em Loose (1936)
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Mary of Scotland (1936)
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Mummy's Boys (1936)
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Hot Tip (1935)
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Hi, Gaucho! (1935)
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Vagabond Lady (1935)
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Another Face (1935)
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Gambling (1934)
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Tomorrow's Youth (1934)
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Shock (1934)
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One Man's Journey (1933)
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He Couldn't Take It (1933)
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Ladies of the Jury (1932)
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Little Orphan Annie (1932)
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Caught Plastered (1931)
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White Shoulders (1931)
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Peach-O-Reno (1931)
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Kept Husbands (1931)
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Laugh and Get Rich (1931)
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The Perfect Alibi (1931)
Photography
Hell's Angels (1930)
Assistant Photographer
Beau Bandit (1930)
Director of Photography
Whispering Winds (1929)
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Jazz Heaven (1929)
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Dance Hall (1929)
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The Rainbow Man (1929)
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Ladies' Night in a Turkish Bath (1928)
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Let It Rain (1927)
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Soft Cushions (1927)
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A Texas Steer (1927)
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Hold That Lion (1926)
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That's My Baby (1926)
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The Lodge in the Wilderness (1926)
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The Nut-Cracker (1926)
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The Night Ship (1925)
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Introduce Me (1925)
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Private Affairs (1925)
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Silent Pal (1925)
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The Part Time Wife (1925)
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On the Threshold (1925)
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The Overland Limited (1925)
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Shattered Lives (1925)
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Seven Keys to Baldpate (1925)
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His Master's Voice (1925)
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Black Lightning (1924)
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Never Say Die (1924)
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The Lullaby (1924)
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Unmarried Wives (1924)
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Divorce (1923)
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Colleen of the Pines (1922)
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Thelma (1922)
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The Snowshoe Trail (1922)
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Belle of Alaska (1922)
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The Duke of Chimney Butte (1921)
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Three Sevens (1921)
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The Jolt (1921)
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Bring Him In (1921)
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Diamonds Adrift (1921)
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The Silver Car (1921)
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The Secret of the Hills (1921)
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It Can Be Done (1921)
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Captain Swift (1920)
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The Gift Supreme (1920)
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The Romance Promoters (1920)
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The Honey Bee (1920)
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When Bearcat Went Dry (1919)
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Toton (1919)
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Whom the Gods Would Destroy (1919)
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The Love Brokers (1918)
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The Last Rebel (1918)
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The Girl Who Wouldn't Quit (1918)
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Anything Once (1917)
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The Heritage of Hate (1916)
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Art Director (Feature Film)

Whom the Gods Would Destroy (1919)
Tech staff

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Gildersleeve On Broadway (1943) - Take The Hand Of Your Beloved Opening (Frank Dawson as the preacher in idyllic Summerfield) with Uncle Throckmorton (Harold Peary, title character and also star of the NBC radio sitcom) with nephew Leroy (Freddie Mercer), ogling Ann Doran as Matlida, annoying teenage niece Marjie (Margaret Landry, replacing Nancy Gates), in the third feature in the RKO series, Gildersleeve On Broadway, 1943.
High Flyers (1937) - She Is So Stout... The stars are introduced as carnival aviators, Robert Woolsey as bespectacled Pierre, Bert Wheeler as Jerry, dealing with rotund Otto Fries, cop George Irving, then Jack Carson as reporter Dave, whom we discover is tricking them into a jewel heist, in High Flyers, 1937.
High Flyers (1937) - You Need A Hobby Horace Opening with and RKO budget and aesthetic probably not suitable for MGM, a song by Dave Dreyer and Herman Ruby (the credited choreographer is Eduardo Cansino, Rita Hayworth's dad), introducing Jack Carson and Marjorie Lord, then Margaret Dumont and Paul Harvey, then third-billed Lupe Velez, in the Wheeler & Woolsey vehicle High Flyers, 1937.
High Flyers (1937) - I Always Get My Man The song is an original by RKO staffers Dave Dreyer and Herman Ruby, Lupe Velez is lively maid Juanita, doing a Dolores Del Rio schtick, in theory explaining how she proposes the frightened household should deal with the nasty criminals in their midst, in the Wheeler & Woolsey comedy High Flyers, 1937.
One Man's Journey (1933) - It Must Be The Water Passage of time as humble New England single-father Dr. Watt (Lionel Barrymore) carries on his selfless work and his son grows up to be Joel McCrea, and smallpox breaks out, in One Man’s Journey, 1933, the RKO melodrama restored by TCM, from a story by Katharine Haviland-Taylor.
Two O'Clock Courage (1945) - Improve Your Mind Upon hearing news of a murder, savvy cabbie Patty (Ann Rutherford) and her amnesiac fare (Tom Conway) decide to skip the police station, then visit a tailor and wife (Chester Clute, Almira Sessions), in the RKO programmer Two O'Clock Courage, 1945, directed by Anthony Mann.
Two O'Clock Courage (1945) - Just A Close Friend Now dressed-up, cabbie Patty (Ann Rutherford) and amnesiac friend (Tom Conway) at last make progress, as they discover a restaurant where he's called "Step," and where Helen (Jane, billed as "Bettejane" Greer) pounces, in Two O'Clock Courage, 1945, directed by Anthony Mann.
Zombies On Broadway (1945) - Are You A Zombie? We first meet Sheldon Leonard as gangster turned impresario Ace, then the stars, his press agents, Wally Brown and tubbier Alan Carney as Jerry and Mike, the RKO riposte to Abbott And Costello, in Gangsters On Broadway, 1945, with Bela Lugosi and Anne Jeffreys.
Zombies On Broadway (1945) - Something Of The Devil Goon Joseph (Joseph Vitale) brings a vial to the jungle lab of his boss, Dr. Renault (Bela Lugosi, his first scene), who explains his science problem, then awakens Kalaga (Darby Jones, same guy from I Walked With A Zombie), in the comic knock-off Zombies On Broadway, 1945.
Zombies On Broadway (1945) - If You See A Corpse Walking Around Comic team Jerry Miles and (goofier) Alan Carney, as New York press agents sent to an exotic island to find a Zombie, have recruited singer Jean (Anne Jeffreys), none of them aware they’re being stalked (by Darby Jones, who works for Bela Lugosi), in Zombies On Broadway, 1945.
Kept Husbands (1931) - Easy Things Aren't Much Good Dot (Dorothy Mackaill), daughter of steel magnate Parker (Robert McWade), swoons in the presence of Dick (Joel McCrea), her father's hero employee invited to the house for dinner, soon realizing he's also a football hero, his first scene in director Lloyd Bacon's Kept Husbands, 1931.
Kept Husbands (1931) - Good Fortune For The Bride Young steel-worker Dick (Joel McCrea) informs mother (Mary Carr) that he's marrying the boss' daughter Dorothy (Dorothy Mackaill), all but his father (apparently un-credited), who also works at the mill, evidently not troubled, in Kept Husbands, 1931.

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