George Justin


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Shampoo (1975)
Producer
Chinatown (1974)

Producer (Feature Film)

Murphy's Romance (1985)
Associate Producer
No Small Affair (1984)
Executive Producer
Rollover (1981)
Production Executive
The Deep (1977)
Associate Producer
The Possession of Joel Delaney (1972)
In charge of prod
The Anderson Tapes (1971)
Associate Producer
The Owl and the Pussycat (1970)
Associate Producer
The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968)
Associate Producer
The Tiger Makes Out (1967)
Producer
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962)
Producer
Something Wild (1961)
Producer
The Fugitive Kind (1960)
Associate Producer
Middle of the Night (1959)
Producer
Happy Anniversary (1959)
Associate Producer
The Goddess (1958)
Special Supervisor
12 Angry Men (1957)
Associate Producer
Mister Rock and Roll (1957)
Associate Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Rollover (1981)
Production Manager
The Graduate (1967)
Prod Supervisor
Up the Down Staircase (1967)
Prod Supervisor
Inside Daisy Clover (1965)
Production Manager
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962)
In charge of prod
Stage Struck (1958)
Production Manager
Wind Across the Everglades (1958)
Manager of prod
A Face in the Crowd (1957)
Production Manager
Roogie's Bump (1954)
Production Manager
On the Waterfront (1954)
Production Manager

Film Production - Unit (Feature Film)

Star Struck (1994)
Unit Production Manager
The Incident (1990)
Unit Production Manager
Deadly Illusion (1987)
Unit Production Manager
Murphy's Romance (1985)
Unit Production Manager
No Small Affair (1984)
Unit Production Manager

Production Companies (Feature Film)

The Tiger Makes Out (1967)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Chinatown (1974) - Do You Know Me? Jake (Jack Nicholson), reveling with his barber and assistant detectives (Richard Bakalyan, Joe Mantell), gets an unexpected visit from the real Mrs. Mulwray (Faye Dunaway) in Roman Polanski's Chinatown, 1974.
Middle Of The Night (1959) - Everybody Starts Dropping Dead Credits having navigated in through Manhattan's garment district, meeting Kim Novak as receptionist "Betty," Fredric March as boss "Jerry," Ruby Bond, Lou Gilbert and Albert Dekker his crew, Delbert Mann directing from Paddy Chayefsky's screenplay, in Middle Of The Night, 1959.
Middle Of The Night (1959) - Like It Was A Gas Chamber Widowed garment-firm boss Jerry (Fredric March) drops by the Upper East Side apartment where part-time receptionist and model Betty (Kim Novak) has just finished a typing job she brought home from work, in Middle Of The Night, 1959, from a Paddy Chayefsky screenplay.
Middle Of The Night (1959) - Really In Love Widower Manhattan apparel executive Jerry (Fredric March) not chatting but negotiating with divorced employee Betty (Kim Novak) about their romantic prospects, exactly as you'd expect in a Paddy Chayefsky script from his own play, in Middle Of The Night, 1959, directed by Delbert Mann.
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962) - Ten Foghorns Couldn't Wake You Austere enough, the opening to Sidney Lumet’s nearly unaltered treatment of Eugene O’Neill’s posthumous Pulitzer Prize-winner, introducing the Tyrones of New London, Katharine Hepburn, Ralph Richardson, Jason Robards Jr. and Dean Stockwell, in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, 1962.
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962) - What A Big Baby Older brother Jamie (Jason Robards Jr.) tears into Edmund (Dean Stockwell, whose character represents the original playwright Eugene O’Neill) for not recognizing the tricks employed by their morphine addict mother (Katharine Hepburn), who soon joins them, in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, 1962.
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962) - I'm Not Your Jailer References to her morphine addiction still oblique, Katharine Hepburn as Mary has a tantrum after a family meal, Ralph Richardson as James takes a call from her supplier-doctor, sons (Jason Robards Jr., Dean Stockwell) holding on, in Sidney Lumet’s version of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night, 1962.
Middle Of The Night (1959) - Don't Kick Him In The Shins Scene in which we finally meet the mother (Glenda Farrell) and young sister (Jan Norris), along with friend Marilyn (Lee Grant), of divorcee` Betty (Kim Novak), who's marrying her boss Jerry (Fredric March), in Middle Of The Night, 1959, written by Paddy Chayefsky.
Middle Of The Night (1959) - One Of Our Little Talks In the screenplay from his own play, Paddy Chayefsky here gives the leads a break as Lillian (Joan Copeland), daughter of widowed Jerry, seems not quite tuned in to the concerns of her own husband Jack (Martin Balsam), in Middle Of The Night, 1959, starring Fredric March and Kim Novak.
Something Wild (1961) -- Suffocation Rape victim Mary Ann (Carroll Baker), who still hasn't told anyone, hops the train at Kingsbridge, in the Bronx, gets woozy and bails at 103rd in upper Manhattan, in director Jack Garfein's Something Wild, 1961.
Goddess, The (1958) - Portrait Of A Young Woman Screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky's formal second-act begins with starlet Rita (Kim Stanley) chatting up pals (Joyce Van Patten, Joanne Linville) at a Hollywood cafe, in John Cromwell's The Goddess, 1958.

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