Horace Jackson


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

A Woman Commands (1932)
Director of addl scenes

Cast (Feature Film)

Living Between Two Worlds (1963)
Harvey

Writer (Feature Film)

The Bus Is Coming (1971)
Original Screenplay
Living Between Two Worlds (1963)
Screenwriter
Model Wife (1941)
Screenwriter
Bedtime Story (1941)
Story
Women Are Like That (1938)
Screenwriter
Men Are Such Fools (1938)
Screenwriter
Breakfast for Two (1937)
Contract Writer
Suzy (1936)
Screenwriter
The Unguarded Hour (1936)
Contr to Screenplay const
Dressed to Thrill (1935)
Contr to Screenplay const
No More Ladies (1935)
Screenwriter
Biography of a Bachelor Girl (1935)
Additional Dialogue
We're Not Dressing (1934)
Screenwriter
Bolero (1934)
Screenwriter
I Loved You Wednesday (1933)
Screenwriter
Dangerously Yours (1933)
Screenwriter
Pleasure Cruise (1933)
Contract Writer
A Woman Commands (1932)
Screenwriter
The Animal Kingdom (1932)
Screenwriter
Lady with a Past (1932)
Screenwriter
The Common Law (1931)
Dial
Rebound (1931)
Screenwriter
Devotion (1931)
Screenwriter
Beyond Victory (1931)
Writer
Holiday (1930)
Dial
Holiday (1930)
Screenwriter
Sin Takes a Holiday (1930)
Screenwriter
The Lottery Bride (1930)
Adaptation
Sin Takes a Holiday (1930)
Dial
The Awful Truth (1929)
Scen
Strange Cargo (1929)
Screenwriter
This Thing Called Love (1929)
Adaptation
Paris Bound (1929)
Adaptation
The Awful Truth (1929)
Dial
This Thing Called Love (1929)
Dial

Producer (Feature Film)

The Bus Is Coming (1971)
Producer
Living Between Two Worlds (1963)
Producer

Art Director (Feature Film)

The Divine Lady (1929)
Art Director
Lilac Time (1928)
Art Director
The Sporting Lover (1926)
Art Director
Ben-Hur (1925)
Settings
Fashion Row (1923)
Art Director
The Drums of Jeopardy (1923)
Art Director

Art Department (Feature Film)

The Unknown Purple (1923)
Set Decoration

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Living Between Two Worlds (1963)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Animal Kingdom, The (1932) - You Haven't Any Clothes On Having just parted ways with his long-time butler, and about to attend a gallery opening for his best friend Daisy, new fianceè Cecelia (Myrna Loy) in a pre-code negligee persuades publisher Tom (Leslie Howard) to change his plans, in The Animal Kingdom, 1932.
Sin Takes A Holiday (1930) - How Could You Have A Wife? Racy exteriors establish New York then, not quite Goodfellas but an impressive shot by director Paul L. Stein and cinematographer John Mescall, as lawyer Stanton (Kenneth MacKenna), in a plush night club, reveals to his scheming girlfriend (Rita LaRoy) that he’s cleverly married his secretary (top-billed Connie Bennett), in RKO’s Sin Takes A Holiday, 1930.
Sin Takes A Holiday (1930) - Am I Supposed To Wait For Her To Die? Four outfits in about three minutes for Constance Bennett as Sylvia, now in Paris, being squired about by bachelor Durant (Basil Rathbone), enjoying the freedom she earned by marrying, for convenience, her rich lawyer boss (Kenneth MacKenna), pleased with the frustration it causes his ambitious girlfriend (Rita LaRoy), in RKO’s Sin Takes A Holiday, 1930.
Suzy (1936) - Blondes Never Go Broke Opening scene, London 1914, title character Jean Harlow is a headliner in a London revue, which is closing, so she is quick to disrobe and discuss plans with friend Maisie (Inez Courtney), in her fourth-to-last picture, MGM's Suzy, 1936, with Cary Grant and Franchot Tone.
Suzy (1936) - Was I That Good? Jean Harlow (title character), American showgirl in London suddenly without a gig, rehearsing her scheme to land presumably wealthy Franchot Tone, whom she met the night before, has a confab with nosy landlady Una O'Connor until he arrives, confounding expectations, early in Suzy, 1936.
Suzy (1936) - There Isn't A Gentleman In Sight! The hand of Dorothy Parker, among three credited writers, seems apparent here, as American title character Jean Harlow, entertaining in France during WWI, has this crackling bit with playboy war hero Andre (Cary Grant), whom she's just met, in Suzy, 1936.
Lady With A Past (1932) - Anything Short Of Murder In a Paris cafe, having sailed over despite being ditched while eloping, affluent but socially unsuccessful Venice (Constance Bennett) has just met cash-strapped fellow American Guy (Ben Lyon), who brings to mind an idea, in Lady With A Past, 1932, from a novel by Harriet Henry.
Lady With A Past (1932) - She Murdered Her Husband Acutely bookish and boring Venice (Constance Bennett) dragged to a party by friend Lola (Astrid Allwyn) hears from jerry (Donald Dilloway) then from hunky Donnie (David Manners) about the scandalized Mrs. Duryea (Merna Kennedy), early in Lady With A Past, 1932.
Devotion (1931) - She Must Be Middle-Aged The Mortimer family (O.P. Heggie, Louise Closser Hale, Ruth Weston, Joan Carr) are entertaining Trent (Leslie Howard) a successful widowed lawyer seeking a governess, who is surprised to meet the third daughter Shirley (Ann Harding), acting more like a servant, early in Devotion, 1931.
Devotion (1931) - Two Lumps Of Camphor Widowed lawyer Trent (Leslie Howard) arrives home, greeted by son Derek (Douglas Scott), then meeting the governess he's indirectly hired, Mrs. Halifax (Ann Harding), who is really the lovestruck Shirley, frumped-up and playing cockney, in Devotion, 1931.
Animal Kingdom, The (1932) - Just This One Marriage Publisher Tom (Leslie Howard) with new fiancee` Cecelia (Myrna Loy), explaining about long-time best pal Daisy (Ann Harding, not yet introduced), who has unexpectedly sent a wire announcing she's back in town, in The Animal Kingdom, 1932.
Animal Kingdom, The (1932) - If You Knew Her Publisher Tom (Leslie Howard) with back-in-town free-spirit and best friend Daisy (Ann Harding), having just turned down her sudden suggestion that they marry, with news of his own engagement, in The Animal Kingdom, 1932, from a Philip Barry play.

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