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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

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Western Approaches
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
2011
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

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