James Goldstone

Highest Rated: 63% Winning (1969)
Birthday: Jun 8, 1931
Birthplace: Not Available
After attending Dartmouth and Bennington, James Goldstone made his directorial debut in episodic television; in the 1960s, he was one of the earliest stalwarts of the TV-movie genre, helming the pilots for the TV series Star Trek, Ironside and The Senator. His entree into theatrical features was the 1969 James Garner vehicle A Man Called Gannon. In his subsequent films, notably Red Sky at Morning (1971) and They Only Kill Their Masters (1972), Goldstone successfully combined motion-picture production values with TV-movie pacing. Bowing out of big-screen pictures with the ignominious Irwin Allen When Time Ran Out (1980), James Goldstone returned to television, directing such made-for-TV features as Kent State (1981) (which earned him an Emmy award), Charles and Diana: A Royal Love Story (1982) and The Bride in Black (1990).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Earth Star Voyager Director 1988
No Score Yet Dreams of Gold Director 1986
No Score Yet Dreams of Gold: The Mel Fisher Story Director 1986
No Score Yet Calamity Jane Director 1984
No Score Yet Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess Director 1983
No Score Yet Kent State Director 1981
0% When Time Ran Out Director 1980
56% Rollercoaster Executive Producer Director 1977
No Score Yet Swashbuckler Director 1976
No Score Yet Eric Director 1975
No Score Yet They Only Kill Their Masters Director 1972
0% The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight Director 1971
No Score Yet Brother John Director 1971
No Score Yet Red Sky At Morning Director 1971
63% Winning Director 1969
No Score Yet A Man Called Gannon Director 1968
No Score Yet Jigsaw Director 1968
No Score Yet Scalplock Director 1966

TV

CREDIT
100% The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
1964-1968
Director
  • 1967
  • 1965
80% Star Trek
1966-1969
Director
  • 1966
No Score Yet Rawhide
1959-1965
Director
  • 1965
No Score Yet The Fugitive
1963-1967
Director
  • 1964

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