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Jack Pollexfen (1908–2003)

Jack Pollexfen began his professional life in the newspaper business, working his way up from copyboy at the "Los Angeles Express" to reporter on several other dailies. During this period he also found time to write and produce three plays that he once said could be classified as "off-Broadway--a LONG way off!" He found himself in the movie ... See full bio »

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Dragon's Gold Writer
Port Sinister Writer


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 1963 Monstrosity (uncredited)
 1960 Five Bold Women (original screenplay)
 1958 77 Sunset Strip (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Casualty (1958) ... (story)
 1957 Daughter of Dr. Jekyll (written by)
 1955 Son of Sinbad
 1954 Return to Treasure Island (written by)
 1954 Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl (written by)
 1954 Dragon's Gold (screenplay)
 1953 Captain John Smith and Pocahontas (original screenplay)
 1953 The Neanderthal Man (writer)
 1953 Port Sinister (written by)
 1953 Problem Girls (writer)
 1953 Sword of Venus (writer)
 1952 Captive Women
 1952 At Sword's Point (story)
 1951 The Son of Dr. Jekyll (story)
 1951 The Man from Planet X (written by)
 1950 The Desert Hawk (story and screenplay)
 1949 Treasure of Monte Cristo (original story) / (screenplay)
 1943 Mister Big (screenplay)
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[on working with director Edgar G. Ulmer] Ulmer was an extremely good director for a FAST picture. He did NOT work out too well if he had any time. His English was pretty shaky, and if he had time enough he'd sit down and try to direct the cast in their dialogue . . . Ulmer was a difficult person, but a very talented person. See more »


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