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Known For

(1975)
Point Blank Writer
(1967)
The Seven-Ups Writer
(1973)
(1972)

Filmography

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 1978 An Enemy of the People (screenplay by)
 1975 French Connection II (screenplay)
 1973 The Seven-Ups (screenplay by)
 1972 Sitting Target (screenplay)
 1968 Hell in the Pacific (screenplay)
 1967 Point Blank (screenplay)
 1959 Cannonball (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
- The Has-Been (1959) ... (written by - as Alex Jacobs)
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 1967 The Shuttered Room (associate producer)
 1964 South Bank (Documentary short) (producer - as Alex Jacobs)
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 1965 Having a Wild Weekend (assistant to producer)
 1957 Every Day Except Christmas (Documentary short) (unspecified assistant - as Alex Jacobs)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Alex Jacobs

Spouse:

Sally Jacobs  (his death)  (1 child)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

I love L.A., because it seems to me to be absolutely what America is, at least one aspect of America, and it doesn't kid around, you know - you either take it or you don't take it.

Trivia:

First achieved fame as a champion cyclist who took part in the Tour De France. His cycling career came to an end after he suffered major injuries in a cycling accident, which caused some facial disfigurement and may have contributed to his early death. He became an assistant to the British producer David Deutsch and then a Hollywood screenwriter with a big reputation as a script doctor. See more »

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