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Jamison Handy (1886–1983)

Jamison Handy was born on March 6, 1886 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Henry Jamison Handy. He was a producer, known for Uncle Jim's Dairy Farm (1960), A Case of Spring Fever (1940) and Hired! (1940). He died on November 13, 1983 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. See full bio »

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 1962 American Thrill (Documentary short) (executive producer - uncredited)
 1962 American Thrift (Short) (executive producer - uncredited)
 1962 The Ballad of Soup Du Jour (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1960 American Maker (Documentary short) (executive producer - uncredited)
 1960 The Golden Years (Documentary short) (producer)
 1960 Uncle Jim's Dairy Farm (Short documentary) (executive producer) / (producer)
 1958 American Look (Short) (executive producer)
 1955 1955 Chevrolet: Be My Guest (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1955 1955 Chevrolet: Do It Yourself (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1955 1955 Chevrolet: First Date (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1955 1955 Chevrolet: Here's Looking (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1955 1955 Chevrolet: Rx for Travel--See New Places (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1955 1955 Chevrolet: The New Era (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1955 1955 Chevrolet: What's New (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1955 1955 Chevrolet: You Can Take It With You (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1954 Baby Comes Home (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1954/I Out of This World (Documentary short) (producer)
 1954 The Selling Wizard (Short) (producer)
 1954 At This Moment (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1954 Tomorrow's Drivers (Short) (executive producer - uncredited)
 1952 Young Man's Fancy (Short) (producer - as Jam Handy)
 1952 As We Like It (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1950 As the Wheels Turn (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1949 The 6th Chair (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1949 Building Friends for Business (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1949 The Mite Box (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1948 Another Cup of Coffee (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1947 Be Your Age (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1947 Wings for Roger Windsock (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1946 At the End of the Rainbow (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1941 Of Men and Menus (Short) (producer)
 1941 Drawing Account (Short) (producer)
 1940 A Case of Spring Fever (Short) (producer)
 1940 Hired! (Short) (producer)
 1940 To New Horizons (Short) (executive producer - uncredited)
 1940 Something for Nothing (Short) (producer)
 1939 The Princess and the Pauper (Short) (executive producer - uncredited) / (producer - uncredited)
 1938 Back of the Mike (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1938 Behind Closed Doors (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1938 All in One (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1938 Color Harmony (Documentary short) (executive producer)
 1937 A Coach for Cinderella (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1937 A Ride for Cinderella (Short) (producer)
 1937 Around the Corner (Short) (producer - uncredited)
 1937 Seeing Green (Documentary short) (executive producer)
 1936 Master Hands (Documentary short) (executive producer - uncredited)
 1936 Spinning Levers (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
 1935 Balance (Documentary short) (producer - uncredited)
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5' 8" (1.73 m)

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In the 1924 Olympics in Paris, he won a bronze medal as a member of the U.S. water polo team, which also had Johnny Weissmuller as a member. Handy founded the Jam Handy Organization, which produced thousands of short films.



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