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Jack Harvey is a Actor, Director and Scriptwriter American born on 15 september 1881 at Cleveland (USA)

Jack Harvey

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Nationality USA
Birth 15 september 1881 at Cleveland (USA)
Death 9 november 1954 (at 73 years) at Los Angeles (USA)

Jack Harvey est un acteur, réalisateur et scénariste américain né le 16 septembre 1881 à Cleveland, Ohio (États-Unis), décédé le 9 novembre 1954 à Los Angeles (États-Unis).

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Filmography of Jack Harvey (45 films)

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Actor

Anchors Aweigh, 2h23
Directed by George Sidney
Origin USA
Genres War, Comedy, Fantasy, Musical, Romance
Themes Seafaring films, Films about music and musicians, Transport films, Films about classical music and musicians, Musical films, United States Armed Forces in films
Actors Frank Sinatra, Kathryn Grayson, Gene Kelly, Dean Stockwell, Pamela Britton, José Iturbi
Roles Admiral (uncredited)
Rating70% 3.5471053.5471053.5471053.5471053.547105
Joe Brady and Clarence Doolittle are Navy sailors who have a four-day leave in Hollywood. Joe has his heart set on spending time with his girl, the unseen Lola. Clarence, the shy choir boy turned sailor, asks Joe to teach him how to get girls. Donald, a little boy who wants to join the navy, is found wandering around the boulevard by a cop, who takes him to the police station. Clarence and Joe end up being picked up by the cops to help convince Donald to go home. After the two sailors wait at home and entertain Donald, Donald's Aunt Susie arrives. Clarence is smitten with her from the beginning. Susan goes on to tell them that she has been trying to find work in music, and longs to perform with José Iturbi. Trying to make Susan impressed with Clarence, Joe tells her that Clarence is a personal friend of Iturbi, and that he has arranged an audition for Susan with him. That night, they go out to a cafe, where Clarence meets a girl from Brooklyn, and they hit it off. The next day, Joe visits Donald's school, and tells the kids the story of how he got his medal, and how he brought happiness to a lonesome king (played by Jerry Mouse of Tom and Jerry), and joy to the forest animals of the kingdom.
The Spider's Web, 5h
Directed by James W. Horne, Ray Taylor
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Action, Crime
Themes Superhero films
Actors Warren Hull, Iris Meredith, Richard Fiske, Kenne Duncan, Marc Lawrence, Donald Douglas
Roles Marvin
Rating71% 3.561073.561073.561073.561073.56107
"The Octopus," a masked crime lord, is bent on crippling America with a wave of terror. He demands tribute from railroad magnates and other captains of industry. Richard Wentworth (Warren Hull), an amateur criminologist who is friendly with the police and is secretly "The Spider," a masked vigilante, is equally determined to destroy the Octopus and his gang. Pleasant and smiling in civilian life, Wentworth is frequently ruthless as The Spider, using his two .45 automatic pistols against any public enemies who attack him.
Children of the Feud, 20minutes
Directed by Ned Finley
Genres Drama
Actors Edith Storey, Harry Northrup, Jack Harvey, Ned Finley, Arthur Ashley
Roles Walton Belfield Jr.

The Lighthouse Keeper
Directed by Thomas H. Ince
Actors Mary Pickford, J. Farrell MacDonald, Jack Harvey, Lottie Pickford
Roles Tom Atkins

Polly Berry, fille de l'ancien gardien du phare, est courtisé par deux hommes, Bert Duncan et Tom Atkins. La jeune femme s'attache à ce dernier, et Duncan jure de se venger du couple. Alors que les deux amoureux se trouvent à bord d'une barque en pleine tempête, Bert se propose d'éteindre le phare...

Director

Getting 'Em Right, 56minutes
Directed by Jack Harvey
Origin USA
Genres Action, Adventure
Actors George Larkin

The Night of the Dub, 20minutes
Directed by Jack Harvey
Origin USA
Actors Ernest Truex

Kaiser's Finish
Directed by Jack Harvey
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War
Actors Claire Whitney, Percy Standing, Louis Dean

In pre-World War I Germany, Kaiser Wilhelm fathers a number of illegitimate children and sends them to various parts of the world to be reared by his loyal agents. Under the guardianship of Dr. Carl Von Strumpf, one of these children, Robert Busch, grows up believing that he is the son of wealthy German-American Richard Busch, but in reality, Strumpf and Busch are servants of the Kaiser. When the United States declares war on Germany, Robert expresses his earnest desire to enlist in the American army, much to the delight of his patriotic sister Emily. Before he can do so, however, Strumpf tells Robert the secret of his parentage, believing that the young man now will be eager to fight for Germany's cause. Robert feigns enthusiasm but secretly offers his services to the U.S. government, and with the passport provided him by the Pan-German league, he goes to Germany and kills the crown prince. Next, he shoots the Kaiser and blows up the entire palace, thus sacrificing his life for the principles of democracy.