Jerry Thorpe

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The son of Hollywood director Richard Thorpe, Jerry Thorpe launched his own directorial career at his father's old stamping grounds, MGM. The younger Thorpe was one of the principal directors of MGM's Man From UNCLE TV series (1964-67), and also megged the UNCLE-inspired theatrical feature The Venetian Affair. Thorpe's other major big-screen film was the 1969 western Day of the Evil Gun. The bulk of Jerry Thorpe's work can be found on television: he has directed the pilot films of such series as Matt Lincoln (Dial Hot Line [1969]), Kung Fu, Harry O (Smile Jenny, You're Dead [1974]) and The Lazarus Syndrome, and in 1973 won an Emmy for his work on the Kung Fu episode "An Eye for an Eye."

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet All God's Children Director 1980
No Score Yet The Lazarus Syndrome Director 1979
No Score Yet A Question of Love Director 1978
No Score Yet The Possessed Executive Producer Director 1977
No Score Yet Wonderland Cove Director 1975
No Score Yet Smile, Jenny, You're Dead Producer Director 1974
No Score Yet Kung Fu Producer Director 1972
No Score Yet Lock, Stock and Barrel Director 1970
No Score Yet Day of the Evil Gun Director Producer 1968
No Score Yet The Venetian Affair Director Producer 1967

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Kung Fu
1972-1975
Director Executive Producer Producer
  • 1974
  • 1973
  • 1972

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