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Jack Reynolds (I) (1909–1990)

Jack Reynolds was born on June 2, 1909 in Claresholm, Alberta, Canada as John Wesley Reynolds. He was an actor and assistant director, known for The Sun Sets at Dawn (1950), Bullwhip (1958) and Gang War (1958). He was married to Marjorie Reynolds. He died on September 30, 1990 in San Diego, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Sun Sets at Dawn
The Sun Sets at Dawn Ed - Reporter, EP
Bullwhip Sheriff
Gang War
Gang War Joe Reno, Meadows' 2nd in Command
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 1958 Gang War
Joe Reno, Meadows' 2nd in Command
 1958 Bullwhip
 1953 Girls in the Night
Bit Role (uncredited)
 1952 It Grows on Trees
Reporter (uncredited)
 1951 Week-End with Father
Workman (uncredited)
 1951 You Never Can Tell
Cab Driver (uncredited)
 1951 Hollywood Story
Cameraman (uncredited)
 1951 I Was an American Spy
American Sergeant (uncredited)
 1950 The Sun Sets at Dawn
Ed - Reporter, EP
 1950 In a Lonely Place
Henry Kesler (uncredited)
 1950 Military Academy with That Tenth Avenue Gang
Lt. Jones (uncredited)
 1950 No Man of Her Own
Country Club Party Group (uncredited)
 1950 Chain Lightning
Navigator (uncredited)
 1949 Tokyo Joe
Jack - General Ireton's Aide (uncredited)
 1949 Trapped
Agent Brill (uncredited)
 1949 Bad Men of Tombstone
Man with Joe (uncredited)
 1948 The Hunted
Spieler (uncredited)
 1947 The Gangster
Thug (uncredited)
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Show Show Assistant director: Movie (4 credits)
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He acted in the George S. Kaufman, Moss Hart, Richard Rodgers, and Lorenz Hart's musical revue, "I'D Rather Be Right," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with George M. Cohan (President); Marie Nash; Austin Marshall; Ralph Glover; Paul Parks; Taylor Holmes; Marion Green; Bijou Fernandez; Rene Giannone; Al Atkins; Robert ... See more »

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