Jack Grossberg


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Touch and Go (1986)
2nd Unit Director (2nd Unit)
Country Music Holiday (1958)
Assistant Director
Mister Rock and Roll (1957)
Assistant Director
The Strange One (1957)
2nd Assistant Director

Producer (Feature Film)

Experts (1989)
Executive Producer
Little Monsters (1989)
Producer
Touch and Go (1986)
Production Executive
Strange Brew (1983)
Executive Producer
A Stranger Is Watching (1981)
Associate Producer
Fast Break (1979)
Associate Producer
The Betsy (1978)
Associate Producer
Leadbelly (1976)
Executive Producer
Sleeper (1973)
Producer
"Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex"* but Were Afraid to Ask (1972)
Associate Producer
Bananas (1971)
Producer
The Hospital (1971)
Associate Producer
Take the Money and Run (1969)
Associate Producer
Don't Drink the Water (1969)
Associate Producer
The Producers (1968)
Associate Producer
Pretty Poison (1968)
Associate Producer
All the Way Home (1963)
Associate Producer
Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962)
Associate Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Little Monsters (1989)
Production Manager
Aloha Summer (1988)
Production Manager
Brainstorm (1983)
Production Manager
The Betsy (1978)
Production Manager
The Hospital (1971)
Production Manager
They Might Be Giants (1971)
Prod Supervisor
Take the Money and Run (1969)
Production Manager
Pretty Poison (1968)
Unit Production Manager

Film Production - Unit (Feature Film)

Hiding Out (1987)
Unit Production Manager
Made In Heaven (1987)
Unit Production Manager
Touch and Go (1986)
Unit Production Manager
Back To The Future (1985)
Unit Production Manager
Strange Brew (1983)
Unit Production Manager
A Stranger Is Watching (1981)
Unit Production Manager
Fast Break (1979)
Unit Production Manager

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Sleeper (1973) - Frozen In 1973 Early scene, doctors (Bartlett Robinson, Don Keefer, Mary Gregory) unwrapping newly discovered 20th century man Miles Monroe (writer-director Woody Allen), 200 years later, in Sleeper, 1973.
Sleeper (1973) - Pope's Wife Gives Birth Luna (Diane Keaton), still secretly plotting to turn-in 20th century fugitive Miles (writer-director Woody Allen) to the 22nd century authorities for kidnapping her, plays along with his escape, in Sleeper, 1973.
Bananas (1971) - Wide World Of Sports The audacious opening, from the screenplay by director Woody Allen and Mickey Rose, broadcasters Don Dunphy and Howard Cosell largely improvising their commentary, Carlos Montalbàn as General Vargas, from Bananas, 1971.
Bananas (1971) - I Could Open A Can Of Ribs We’re getting to know New York product-tester Fielding Mellish (co-writer and director Woody Allen), on the subway meeting thugs Anthony Caso and Sylvester Stallone (one of his earliest roles), then activist Nancy (the soon-to-be ex-Mrs. Allen) hustling signatures, in Bananas, 1971.
Bananas (1971) - Four Hundred And Ninety On Rye Co-writer and director Woody Allen as conscripted Peace Corps volunteer Fielding Mellish, elected by Latin American revolutionary comrade Luis (Miguel Suarez) and leader Esposito (Jacobo Morales) to get lunch, in Bananas, 1971, from a screenplay by Allen and Mickey Rose.
Sleeper (1973) - Could I Have A Hit? Disguised as a robot and now in the service of 22nd century socialite Luna (Diane Keaton), 20th century fugitive Miles (writer-director Woody Allen) has trouble with the pudding, then the orb, in Sleeper, 1973.
Sleeper (1973) - We Have Certain Artifacts Unfrozen Miles (writer-director Woody Allen) being interrogated about 20th century curiosities by Dr. Tryon (Don Keefer), including Richard Nixon, at the time scandalized but still in office, in Sleeper, 1973.

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