Pat Jackson

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In the late '30s, Jackson made short documentaries with the British GPO Film Unit, including Big Money (co-directed with Harry Watt) and The First Days (co-directed with Humphrey Jennings and Harry Watt). In 1944 he helmed his first feature, the World War Two semi-documentary Western Approaches (aka The Raider), and over the next twenty years made several notable films, including the mystery Shadow on the Wall and the horror spoof What a Carve Up! (aka No Place Like Homicide). Since the '60s he has worked chiefly in television.

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet King Arthur, the Young Warlord Director 1975
No Score Yet What a Carve Up! (No Place Like Homicide!) Director 1962
No Score Yet Don't Talk to Strange Men Director 1962
No Score Yet Virgin Island Director 1959
No Score Yet White Corridors Director 1951
No Score Yet Encore Director 1951
No Score Yet Shadow on the Wall Director 1950
No Score Yet Western Approaches Screenwriter Director 1944

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Danger Man
1968
Director
100% The Prisoner
1967-1968
Director
No Score Yet The Saint
1962-1969
Director

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