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Jock Easton (1922–1990)

Jock Easton was born in 1922 in Scotland. He is known for his work on Good-Time Girl (1948), The Guns of Navarone (1961) and Broken Journey (1948). He died in 1990 in Brighton, Brighton and Hove, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Good-Time Girl
(1948)
The Guns of Navarone
(1961)
Broken Journey
(1948)
The Steel Bayonet
(1957)

Filmography

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 1961 The Guns of Navarone (stunts - uncredited)
 1957 The Steel Bayonet (stunt supervision)
 1957 The Curse of Frankenstein (stunt double: Christopher Lee - uncredited)
 1956 Alexander the Great (stunts - uncredited)
 1954 Crossed Swords (stunt double: Errol Flynn - uncredited)
 1953 The Story of William Tell (Short) (stunt double: Errol Flynn)
 1953 The Master of Ballantrae (stunts - uncredited)
 1951 Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N. (stunts - uncredited)
 1948 Bonnie Prince Charlie (stunt double: David Niven - uncredited)
 1948 Good-Time Girl (stunt arranger) / (stunt double)
 1948 Broken Journey (stunts)
 1947 I Became a Criminal (stunts - uncredited)
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 1949 Cardboard Cavalier
Rider (uncredited)
 1947 Circus Boy
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 1948 Miranda (swimming advisor - uncredited)
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 1946 Kaleidoscope (TV Series)
Himself - The Tight Spot segment
- Episode #1.3 (1946) ... Himself - The Tight Spot segment
- Episode #1.2 (1946) ... Himself - The Tight Spot segment
- Episode #1.1 (1946) ... Himself - The Tight Spot segment

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