Paul Jones


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

If I Had a Million (1932)
Assistant Director "Violet," "Grandma" and "The Three Marines"
Law of the Sea (1931)
Assistant Director
Holiday (1930)
Assistant Director
Big News (1929)
Assistant Director
His First Command (1929)
Assistant Director
Bulldog Drummond (1929)
Assistant Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Janice Beard (1999)
Never Tell Me Never (1998)
No Worries (1993)
Newsfront (1978)
Privilege (1967)
Steve Shorter
Some Came Running (1959)
George Huff
The Public Menace (1935)
Photographer
Cappy Ricks Returns (1935)
She Couldn't Take It (1935)
Photographer

Writer (Feature Film)

Bad Girls for the Boys (1966)
Based on an idea by
The Old Fashioned Way (1934)
Contr Special seq
You're Telling Me! (1934)
Screenwriter
Law of the Sea (1931)
Dial

Producer (Feature Film)

The Disorderly Orderly (1964)
Producer
Who's Minding the Store? (1963)
Producer
It's Only Money (1962)
Producer
Pardners (1956)
Producer
The Birds and the Bees (1956)
Producer
You're Never Too Young (1955)
Producer
Living It Up (1954)
Producer
Casanova's Big Night (1954)
Producer
The Girls of Pleasure Island (1953)
Producer
Here Come the Girls (1953)
Producer
The Caddy (1953)
Producer
My Favorite Spy (1951)
Producer
A Southern Yankee (1948)
Producer
Dear Ruth (1947)
Producer
Where There's Life (1947)
Producer
Monsieur Beaucaire (1946)
Producer
The Virginian (1946)
Producer
Road to Utopia (1946)
Producer
A Medal for Benny (1945)
Associate Producer
Hold That Blonde (1945)
Producer
Standing Room Only (1944)
Associate Producer
True to Life (1943)
Associate Producer
Dixie (1943)
Associate Producer
The Fleet's In (1942)
Associate Producer
The Palm Beach Story (1942)
Associate Producer
Sullivan's Travels (1942)
Associate Producer
Road to Morocco (1942)
Associate Producer
My Favorite Blonde (1942)
Associate Producer
The Lady Eve (1941)
Producer
Road to Zanzibar (1941)
Producer
Christmas in July (1940)
Producer
The Great McGinty (1940)
Producer
Untamed (1940)
Producer
I'm from Missouri (1939)
Producer
Never Say Die (1939)
Producer
Give Me a Sailor (1938)
Associate Producer
King of Gamblers (1937)
Producer
Blonde Trouble (1937)
Producer
Clarence (1937)
Producer
Hotel Haywire (1937)
Producer
Poppy (1936)
Associate Producer

Art Director (Feature Film)

Nightmares (1980)
Art Direction

Art Department (Feature Film)

The Blood of Heroes (1990)
Art Department Assistant

Film Production - Construction/Set (Feature Film)

Notting Hill (1999)
Carpenter
Vigo - Passion for Life (1998)
Construction Crew (United Kingdom)
Project Shadowchaser (1992)
Construction
Hamlet (1990)
Carpenter

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Step Up: All In (2014)
Driver
Good Night, and Good Luck (2005)
Driver
Swimming Upstream (2005)
Boom Operator
The Man Who Cried (2000)
Driver
Being John Malkovich (1999)
Driver
Elizabeth (1998)
Driver
Jackie Chan's First Strike (1997)
Boom Operator
The Second Civil War (1997)
Driver
Norma Jean & Marilyn (1996)
Driver
Evolver (1996)
Driver
White Man's Burden (1995)
Driver/Mechanic
Traps (1994)
Boom Swinger
War Of The Buttons (1994)
Driver
Extreme Justice (1993)
Driver
Desperate Prey (1992)
Boom Operator
Relentless 2: Dead On (1991)
Driver
Shakes the Clown (1991)
Driver
Under Suspicion (1991)
Production
The End of August (1981)
Production Assistant

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Quills (2000)
Other
Lost in Space (1998)
Other
Hamlet (1996)
Other
The Rainbow Thief (1990)
Other
Hamlet (1990)
Other
Memphis Belle (1990)
Other

Cast (Special)

William (1973)

Sound (Special)

Miami Extremes (2001)
Audio Sweetening (Big Picture Music)
South Beach Babylon (2001)
Audio Sweetening

Film Production - Construction/Set (TV Mini-Series)

Return to Eden (1984)
Props

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

Rotten Ralph (1996)
Studio Manager

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Living It Up (1954) - I Mean A Female Girl New Mexico doctor Steve (Dean Martin) is sorry he can’t pretend patient Homer (Jerry Lewis) really has radiation poisoning, even though it’s costing him a trip to New York, until he meets reporter Wally (Janet Leigh) from the sponsoring newspaper, in the remake of Nothing Sacred, Living It Up, 1954.
Living It Up (1954) - Money Burns A Hole In My Pocket Reporter Wally (Janet Leigh) in New York doesn’t want romantic doctor Steve (Dean Martin) to know she’s having his buddy-patient (Jerry Lewis) seen by experts, guides him into a song from the Broadway musical (Hazel Flagg) based on the movie Nothing Sacred, 1937, of which this movie is a remake, in Living It Up, 1954.
You're Never Too Young (1955) - It's Not Loaded Music teacher Bob (Dean Martin) rescues girlfriend and colleague Nancy (Diana Lynn), who’s about to be fired for consorting with a man on their recent train trip, explaining that it’s really just Wilbur (Jerry Lewis), who posed as a 12-year old in order to pay half fare, in You’re Never Too Young, 1955.
You're Never Too Young (1955) - I Know Your Mother Loves You Dean Martin as visiting Oregon music teacher Bob has commandeered the PA at Los Angeles Union Station to stage a song for his fellow teacher and girlfriend Nancy (Diana Lynn), tune by Arthur Schwartz and Sammy Cahn, in the Martin & Jerry Lewis vehicle You’re Never Too Young, 1955.
Caddy, The (1953) - I Get My Harpoon Gun! We’ve just learned that semi-hapless Harvey (Jerry Lewis) rents a room from the parents of his girlfriend Lisa (Barbara Bates), just gone to bed when her handsome but aimless brother Joe (Dean Martin) returns to San Francisco, thus their character’s first meeting, in The Caddy, 1953.
Caddy, The (1953) - Anthony And Miller The opening device has Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis playing themselves, re-named Joe Anthony and Harvey Miller, a musical-comedy duo headlining the Paramount Theater in Times Square, song by Harry Warren and Jack Brooks, in their seventh feature as top-billed stars, from Paramount, The Caddy, 1953.
Great McGinty, The - Don't Forget The Mayor The bartender's flashback, Brian Donlevy recalling his first encounter with the political machine, inducted by the archetypal "Politician" (William Demarest), early in writer-director Preston Sturges' The Great McGinty, 1940.
Virginian, The (1946) - Free Country Following some prologue back home in Vermont, teacher Molly (Barbara Britton) arrives in Wyoming, meeting cowboy Steve (Sonny Tufts), his best pal and title character (Joel McCrea), plus the villain Trampas (Brian Donlevy), early in Paramount's 1946 version of The Virginian.
Virginian, The (1946) - Needs Breaking Gentle Amorous Joel McCrea (title character) with the judge (Willard Robertson) arriving at the party for the new schoolteacher, peeling his wobbly pal Steve (Sonny Tufts) away from rustler Trampas (Brian Donlevy), before an awkward meeting with herself (Barbara Britton), in The Virginian, 1946.
Great McGinty, The - One Crazy Minute Framing from writer and director Preston Sturges, Steffi Duna as a girl dancing in a banana republic, Louis Jean Heydt as the dissolute "Thompson," and Brian Donlevy as the barkeep who, it turns out, has the story to tell, opening The Great McGinty, 1940.
Where There's Life - My Fountain Pen Leaks Radio entertainer and un-knowing heir Valentine (Bob Hope) is being spirited against his will to far-off Barovia, growing more interested when he meets General Grimovitch (Signe Hasso), in Where There's Life, 1947.

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