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Jim Bloom

Jim Bloom's career in the movie and entertainment industries began when he worked with George Lucas on "American Graffiti". Soon after he became an assistant director working alongside many noted filmmakers including Francis Ford Coppola on "The Conversation", Robert Altman on "Thieves Like Us", Sam Peckinpah on "The Killer Elite", Steven ... See full bio »
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 1978 Invasion of the Body Snatchers (first assistant director)
 1978 Corvette Summer (assistant director)
 1978 Coming Home (second assistant director - as James Bloom)
 1977 Close Encounters of the Third Kind (second assistant director)
 1976 Bound for Glory (second assistant director - as James Bloom)
 1976 Farewell to Manzanar (TV Movie) (second assistant director)
 1975 The Killer Elite (second assistant director)
 1975 The Four Deuces (first assistant director)
 1973-1975 The Streets of San Francisco (TV Series) (dga trainee - 46 episodes)
- Solitaire (1975) ... (dga trainee - uncredited)
- Labyrinth (1975) ... (dga trainee - uncredited)
- Asylum (1975) ... (dga trainee - uncredited)
- River of Fear (1975) ... (dga trainee - uncredited)
- The Programming of Charlie Blake (1975) ... (dga trainee - uncredited)
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