Jack Cunningham


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Skin Game (1971)
2d Assistant Director
The Undefeated (1969)
Assistant Director
The Great Bank Robbery (1969)
Assistant Director
The Rain People (1969)
Assistant Director
Firecreek (1968)
Assistant Director
I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! (1968)
Assistant Director
The Great Race (1965)
Assistant Director
Inside Daisy Clover (1965)
1st & 2nd Assistant Director
PT 109 (1963)
Assistant Director
Days of Wine and Roses (1962)
Assistant Director
Tall Story (1960)
2d Assistant Director
Pillow Talk (1959)
Assistant Director
The Light in the Forest (1958)
2d Assistant Director
Bombers B-52 (1957)
Assistant Director
Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend (1957)
Assistant Director

Assistant Direction (Feature Film)

W (1974)
Assistant Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Billy Liar (1963)
Ticket examiner
The Quare Fellow (1962)
Chief warder
The Snake Woman (1961)
Constable
The Ten Commandments (1956)
Spearman
Dial M for Murder (1954)
Bobby
Penrod and His Twin Brother (1938)
Member of Penrod's gang
Penrod's Double Trouble (1938)
Jack
Penrod and Sam (1937)
Member of Penrod's gang

Writer (Feature Film)

Union Pacific (1939)
Adaptation
Painted Desert (1938)
Story
Professor Beware (1938)
Adaptation
The Arkansas Traveler (1938)
Story
Poppy (1936)
Contr to dial
Mississippi (1935)
Screenwriter
The Man on the Flying Trapeze (1935)
Contr to trmt
Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)
Contr to Adapted
The Last Round-Up (1934)
Screenwriter
It's a Gift (1934)
Screenwriter
Wagon Wheels (1934)
Screenwriter
The Old Fashioned Way (1934)
Screenwriter
Double Door (1934)
Screenwriter
The Pursuit of Happiness (1934)
Adaptation
Thundering Herd (1933)
Screenwriter
To the Last Man (1933)
Screenwriter
Sunset Pass (1933)
Screenwriter
Terror Trail (1933)
Screenwriter
Under the Tonto Rim (1933)
Screenwriter
Man of the Forest (1933)
Screenwriter
Flaming Guns (1932)
Screenwriter
The Texas Bad Man (1932)
Story and Screenplay
Rider of Death Valley (1932)
Story, dial and Screenplay
The Guilty Generation (1931)
Adapted and dial
The Deceiver (1931)
Cont
Clearing the Range (1931)
Story
Shanghaied Love (1931)
Adapted and dial
Wild West Romance (1928)
Scen
The Viking (1928)
Scen
White Shadows in the South Seas (1928)
Scen
The Adventurer (1928)
Scen
Captain Salvation (1927)
Scen
The Black Pirate (1926)
Adaptation
Rocking Moon (1926)
Adaptation
Just a Woman (1925)
Adaptation
The Top of the World (1925)
Screenwriter
Contraband (1925)
Screenwriter
Don Q, Son of Zorro (1925)
Photoplay
The Man Who Fights Alone (1924)
Scen
The Covered Wagon (1924)
Scen
The Tiger's Claw (1923)
Scen
Homeward Bound (1923)
Scen
The Heart Raider (1923)
Adaptation
The Tiger's Claw (1923)
Story
A Gentleman of Leisure (1923)
Adaptation
The Light That Failed (1923)
Adaptation
The Heart Raider (1923)
Cont
Beyond the Rocks (1922)
Adaptation
The Ghost Breaker (1922)
Adaptation
Where Lights Are Low (1921)
Adaptation
The Call of the North (1921)
Adaptation
The Rowdy (1921)
Scen
A Wife's Awakening (1921)
Story
Double Adventure (1921)
From Story
The Tiger's Coat (1920)
Scen
Big Happiness (1920)
Scen
Live Sparks (1920)
Scen
Number 99 (1920)
Scen
The Green Flame (1920)
Scen
The House of Whispers (1920)
Scen
The Dream Cheater (1920)
Scen
The Devil to Pay (1920)
Scen
$30,000 (1920)
Scen
Daredevil Jack (1920)
Screenplay
The Joyous Liar (1919)
Scen
It Happened in Paris (1919)
Scen
All Wrong (1919)
Scen
Gates of Brass (1919)
Scen
Playthings of Passion (1919)
Scen
All of a Sudden Norma (1919)
Scen
The Master Man (1919)
Scen
Adele (1919)
Scen
The World Aflame (1919)
Scen
Todd of the Times (1919)
Story
The Midnight Stage (1919)
Scen
The Joyous Liar (1919)
Story
Todd of the Times (1919)
Scen
The Silver Girl (1919)
Scen
The False Code (1919)
Scen
The Goddess of Lost Lake (1918)
Scen
Little Red Decides (1918)
Scen
Limousine Life (1918)
Scen
The Argument (1918)
Scen
The Ghost of the Rancho (1918)
Scen
Betty Takes a Hand (1918)
Scen
The Heart of Rachael (1918)
Scen
Two-Gun Betty (1918)
Scen
The Shoes That Danced (1918)
Scen
A Burglar for a Night (1918)
Scen
Real Folks (1918)
Scen
A Law unto Herself (1918)
Scen
The Border Raiders (1918)
Story
The Narrow Path (1918)
Scen
Winning Grandma (1918)
Scen
The Hopper (1918)
Scen
The Bells (1918)
Scen
Wild Sumac (1917)
Scen
The Stainless Barrier (1917)
Scen
The Medicine Man (1917)
Story
A Stormy Knight (1917)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

Easy to Take (1936)
Producer
Too Many Parents (1936)
Associate Producer
Woman Trap (1936)
Associate Producer
The Iron Mask (1929)
Adv

Editing (Feature Film)

West of Broadway (1926)
Editing Supervisor

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

King Richard and the Crusaders (1954)
Archery expert

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

It's A Gift (1934) - Your Uncle Bean It's actually big news arriving, as Bissonette (W.C. Fields) attempts to share the bathroom with his daughter Mildred (Jean Rouverol) while he's shaving, in Paramount's It's A Gift, 1934.
It's A Gift (1934) - I Want Ten Pounds Of Cumquats The second source of frustration in the life of New Jersey grocer Bissonette (W.C. Fields), where he has incompetent help (Tammany Young), a customer seeking cumquats (Morgan Wallace) and another who’s blind (Charles Sellon), in It’s A Gift, 1934, co-written by Fields as “Charles Bogle.”
It's A Gift (1934) - Sleigh Bells Just a portion of the epic back-porch sequence, as Bissonette (W.C. Fields) carries on his battle to get some sleep, in It's A Gift, 1934.
Black Pirate, The (1926) - Even On This Dark Soil Writer, producer and star Douglas Fairbanks doesn’t appear in the opening, as we join the prologue, pirates looting a taken ship, with general and specific callous acts of murder, Anders Randolf their captain, in the third feature made with two-strip Technicolor, from United Artists, The Black Pirate, 1926.
Black Pirate, The (1926) - I Would Join Your Company! The pirates (Anders Randolf the leader, Donald Crisp their second) who took the ship on which he traveled have appeared on the island where survivor Douglas Fairbanks (the co-writer, producer and star) has just buried, and sworn to avenge, his father, launching his infiltration scheme, in The Black Pirate, 1926.
Black Pirate, The (1926) - Single-Handed Undertaking a test he proposed, in order to gain membership to the pirate band that murdered his father, Douglas Fairbanks (title character) begins the work of taking the “next ship you pick” single-handed, with some famous stunts, in The Black Pirate, 1926.
Viking, The (1928) - Protect Us, O Lord! Opening scenes in the picture distributed by MGM but produced by the Technicolor company to exhibit the new two-color process, with English nobleman Alwin (LeRoy Mason) minding his own business and Mum (Claire McDowell) until... in The Viking, 1928, starring Donald Crisp.
Viking, The (1928) - How Much For This One? Home in Scandinavia after a raid on England, we meet slightly injured warrior Helga (Pauline Starke) and buddy Sigurd (Roy Alexander), buying slaves including Alwin (LeRoy Mason) for kicks, early in the Technicolor company's promotional vehicle The Viking, 1928.
Viking, The (1928) - Court Of King Olaf Exposition here, as we learn there is a Viking King Olaf (Roy Stewart), who's not only a decent guy but Christian too, and Leif Ericsson (Donald Crisp), feared by plundering underlings in earlier scenes, is more into glory than pillage, in the Technicolor showcase feature The Viking, 1928.
Captain Salvation (1927) - Down Sea From Boston Opening, fictional 1840 New England, we meet Mary (Marceline Day), her reverend-father (Jay Hunt) and star Lars Hanson, the Swede imported by Lillian Gish to co-star in The Scarlet Letter, playing a seafaring divinity student, plus his grumpy ship-owner uncle (Sam De Grasse), in MGM's Captain Salvation, 1927.
Captain Salvation (1927) - Waterfront Jezebel MGM roars a silent Nor'easter into 1840 New England, among those rescued is de-facto leading lady Pauline Starke as "Bess Morgan," and nobody cares about her except the leading man Lars Hanson, as sailor and ministry student "Anson," his girlfriend Mary (Marceline Day) confused, in Captain Salvation, 1927.
Beyond The Rocks - Bolder Than The Rest Visiting Versailles, amorous Lord Hector (Rudolph Valentino) relates a story to married Theodora (Gloria Swanson), inducing period costumes, in Paramount's Beyond The Rocks, 1922.

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