James Fargo

James Fargo

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. James Fargo (born August 14, 1938) is an American film director. He directed numerous films from 1976 to 1998. After serving as assistant director on many movies starring Clint Eastwood, he was then given the chance to direct the third Dirty Harry film, The Enforcer, in 1976. Later he also directed Eastwood in 1978's Every Which Way But Loose. It would be the final film in working with Eastwood. Fargo has also directed films such as Caravans, A Game for Vultures, Voyage of the Rock Aliens, as well as two Chuck Norris films. Fargo has also directed television shows, such as The A-Team, Hunter, Scarecrow and Mrs. King,and Beverly Hills 90210. Description above from the Wikipedia article James Fargo, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Stirling Dale Silliphant (16 January 1918 – 26 April 1996) was an American screenwriter and producer. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, moved to Glendale, California as a child, graduated from Hoover High School, and educated at the University of Southern California. He is probably best known for his screenplay for In the Heat of the Night and co-creating the television series Route 66. Other features as screenwriter include Irwin Allen productions The Towering Inferno and The Poseidon Adventure, adapting both films from previously published novels into one cohesive screenplay each. Silliphant is also remembered for his now-infamous bet with Hal Warren on whether Warren could make a successful horror film on a limited budget, which was the inspiration for Manos: The Hands of Fate, and he is portrayed in the 2011 documentary / comedy feature film "Hal Warren The Director of Fate" from director Tony Trombo. He was a close friend of Bruce Lee — under whom he studied martial arts — who was featured in the Silliphant-penned detective movie Marlowe and four episodes of the series Longstreet. Silliphant was involved in the early part of Bruce Lee's movie and TV career in America, and suggested him for action choreography work on productions like A Walk in the Spring Rain, a Silliphant-scripted film. They had also been writing on a philosophical martial arts script called The Silent Flute (later known as Circle of Iron), with James Coburn. It was to star Lee and Coburn, and the pre-production even went to the extent of all three going to India on a location hunt. Description above from the Wikipedia article Stirling Silliphant, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia','An ​American stage and screen actress, widely known for her work as Detective Lacey in the television series Cagney & Lacey.','','Burly, handsome and rugged character actor John Crawford appeared in over 200 movies and TV shows combined in a career that spanned over 40 years, usually cast as tough and/or villainous characters. Crawford was born Cleve Richardson on September 13, 1920, in Colfax, Washington. He was discovered by a Warner Bros. scout while attending the University of Washington's School of Drama. Although he failed his screen test, Crawford nonetheless joined RKO as a laborer. He then got a job building sets at Circle Theater in Los Angeles, and eventually persuaded the producers to cast him in some of their plays. He was soon signed to Columbia Pictures to act in secondary roles in westerns. In the late 1950s he graduated to bigger parts in such films as Ordre de tuer  (1958), La clé (1958) and Un homme pour le bagne (1960), all of which were made in the UK. Crawford returned to America in the early 1960s and began a prolific career in both movies and TV series, up until 1986. His most memorable film roles include the ill-fated chief engineer inL'aventure du Poséidon (1972), the hearty Tom Iverson in La fugue (1975), the bumbling mayor of San Francisco in L'inspecteur ne renonce jamais (1976), hard-nosed police chief Buzz Cavanaugh in Un couple en fuite (1977) and amiable old mine hand Brian Deerling in The Boogens (1981). John had recurring parts as Sheriff Ep Bridges inLa famille des collines (1971) and Capt. Parks on Sergent Anderson (1974). Among the many TV shows he made guest appearances in are The Lone Ranger (1949), Superman(1952), Les espions (1965), La quatrième dimension (1959), Les incorruptibles (1959),La grande caravane (1957), Le fugitif (1963), Star Trek (1966), Perdus dans l'espace(1965), Bonanza (1959), Stalag 13 (1965), Mission impossible (1966), Gunsmoke(1955), Super Jaimie (1976), Dallas (1978) and Dynastie (1981). Crawford died at age 90 following complications from a stroke on September 21, 2010, in Thousand Oaks, California. He's survived by his ex-wife Ann Wakefield, four daughters and two grandchildren. - IMDb Mini Biography','','Jocelyn Jones is an actress who lives in Santa Monica, California. Born in New York City, Jones is the daughter of Tony Award winning, actor Henry Jones. Jocelyn Jones was a child actress, debuting at age eleven in The Defenders. She later taught acting for over 15 years at the Beverly Hills Playhouse.She established the Jocelyn Jones Acting Studio in 2009 where she teaches 100 select actors, directors and filmmakers. She also serves as a Creative Consultant to some of the biggest names in the industry. Her production company, Mind's Eye Pictures, is dedicated to producing her own screenplays, co-written with husband/director, Miles Watkins.','','','','

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  • Fecha de nacimiento: 1938-08-14
  • Lugar de nacimiento: Republic, Washington, USA

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