Sunday, August 13, 2017

Auteur Watch - Geretta Geretta

I don't know why, but for some reason I wasn't looking forward to profiling this person.  I'm probably just afraid of a strong, confident woman, as most men are, heterosexual or otherwise.  Also, I don't have a sister, which probably explains a lot, misinforms my thinking in innumerable ways.  Or maybe I'm just jealous of members of the Cosa Nostra... or is it Conde Nast?  I always mix those two up.  But I have seen their magazines in the waiting areas of my local HMO lately... probably the Conde Nast.  I'd love to go to exotic places and eat exotic, probably non-kosher foods, I really would... but I have to wait another month for me gutty-whats to properly heal.  Kinda tough when you have to get up every hour or two to hit the head.
...sorry, got distracted again.  But really, I'm so not the proper person to tell the story of Geretta (Giancarlo) Geretta.  They say that this was written by A. Nonymous... but really, I think it's just a clever alias for G. G. herself.  But like a few of the lucky people who are told all their young lives that they're good looking and ought to be in movies, Geretta actually did something about it.  When things weren't panning out for her too well in the states, it was off to Italy, where she worked her way up to something called Demons (1985).  You'll find what I'm assuming is a compilation of her scenes in that movie right here on YouTube... I guess I wasn't in the mood for it just now.  Maybe I'm just more squeamish now that I'm older, but I will say that a lesser film would have showed a woman's brains when the top of her head gets partially ripped off.  In Demons (1985), you only see a pool of blood.  Thank GOD chivalry prevailed.
Anyway, having conquered the field of cinema acting in the 1980's, and working a lot harder than she ever thought she would, Geretta x 2 decided it was time for a break.  The beginning of a new American decade is as good a time as any to try a career change.  Alas, the ten year gap on her IMDb résumé doesn't tell the whole story... and the average 9 to 5 job, guarded ferociously by top notch job interviewers, had a lot of trouble with that large gap as well.  Which is why we must return to the bio page of Geretta squared for the answer.  You know, a lesser talent would have put the short films "When Fish Fly" and "Love to Share" on their IMDb résumé, but not GG.  No way, know how.  Well, maybe one of them is on YouTube... boo!  Wild Kratts?  What's that?  I don't care about Wild Kratts!  I don't care about the "When Fish Fly" episode of Wild Kratts!  I typed in the search field Geretta GERETTA's When Fish Fly episode!  I mean, short film!  Sadly, the internet just can't do everything yet, sorry to say.
Anyway, life gets in the way, and Geretta's ambition to move from in front of the movie camera to behind it took a little longer than it should have... but it eventually DID happen, haters and losers.  Take THAT.  Put THAT in your bong and make it bubble and boil.  We got 2001's Sweetiecakes.  I do love the "poster" for the film, even though it throws out the window most of the regular rules of what constitutes a movie poster in the first place.  While we may never know what this film actually looks like... Scarecrow Video in Seattle, Washington sure doesn't seem to have it... I should probably take this brief moment to amend something I said earlier in an Auteur Watch segment.  For those of you keeping score, it was the Reggie Gaskins profile.  Clearly I spoke too soon, as I and other bloggers tend to do.  NOW when you're out with your film geek friends, and that inevitable conversation about best all-time screenwriter comes up... and, of course, all the good ones get snapped up right away.  You know the drill: Francis Ford Coppola, Billy Wilder and I. A. L. Diamond, Paddy Chayefsky... Kevin Williamson, Tyler Perry, and so on.  Well, you, as a film noobie, what are YOU supposed to say?  Well, being the omega member of this group, the proverbial Clyde of the Pac-Man ghosts, you're free to do as you please, while the other three are constantly on ol' Pac's tail.  Just right damn straight on it.  Or Ms. Pac, depending on which you prefer.  So, when all the A-listers get snapped up, and it's your rare turn to speak, you say G-squared... then you explain that it's your shorthand for Geretta Geretta, complete filmmaker extraordinaire.  You should probably open with that she's two or three steps removed from Asia Argento; film geeks live and breathe on those kind of tenuous connections.  Anyway, as for WHY she's the world's best screenwriter?  Because in her directorial debut Sweetiecakes, she plays a character named... now, mind you, this is Geretta Geretta we're talking about here... she plays a character named ... let me double check the spelling on this... Attereg-Attereg!  And yes, she did insist that cast and crew on that show refer to her as Attereg-Attereg all through that film's troubled production... but can't argue with results, right?  Only the truly great writers can come up with a character name by reversing their own name AND add the dash in between the two words... well, those film geeks weren't really your friends anyway.  Good riddance to bad rubbish.
...hmm!  I just noticed in the cast list of Sweeticakes that someone named Attereg Attereg plays a character named "Topless Girl in Club."  Well, that's just gluttony, frankly.  Geretta further played casting director Overrider in Chief by casting herself as "The Dancer" in her fourth directorial effort called Sweets and Teats.  Well, when you happen upon a directorial theme like sweets, it's hard to give it up.  Kinda like people who play Candy Crush all the time.  While we may never know what this film actually looks like... Scarecrow Video in Seattle, Washington sure doesn't seem to have it... either... I can't help but notice that the list of the film's full cast and crew is, um... kinda short.  Even shorter than Sweetiecakes even!
Alas, all great epic stories must come to an end sometime, and Geretta G.'s IMDb bio page runs out.  Too bad; I really would've liked to have heard the one about how, having conquered the world behind the movie camera, how and why she felt compelled to go back in front of it.  Can't play those dancer roles forever!  Gotta upgrade to dancing mom sometime!  But I think I understand being bitten by the acting bug.  I mean, it's damn near a once in a lifetime opportunity when a role like Satanica comes up.  Hey, she gets to collaborate with Italians again!  A toast to Geretta Geretta, people.

For more information, go to the following YouTube links:

Geretta Geretta explains why dubbing in Italian cinema
Joe Zaso's Cafe Himbo with Geretta Geretta
Geretta Geretta interview
Rugerro Deodato & Geretta Geretta Housecore 2013 Interview Pt. 2

...or just type Geretta Geretta in the U-Tube search engine yourself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Another Boring August

It used to be that August was the slowest month of the year in almost all ways.  No federal holidays, no news... but now it's all extreme weather events and Donald Drumpf on the news.  Thank GOD we get the occasional boring Hollywood weekend to look forward to.  And this one's particularly bad.  While we all await the release of Logan Lucky... you've seen a web ad or two for it, I'm thinking... we've got three debuts this week.
Up first, the latest PG-13 rated horror film... oops!  This one's actually an R!  This one's actually another sequel that's ashamed of the Roman numerals, and it's called Annabelle: Creation.  They say that it's actually a part of the "universe" of The Conjuring, even though Annabelle's IMDb Connections page doesn't reflect that (currently).  Must be a Protestant thing... I just don't get it.  But whatever; it's #1, and we get to look forward to learning the rest of this story, as decreed by the market rules.
Up next, it's the latest off-off Pixar movie, and it's a sequel that's only half-ashamed of the Roman numeral sequel system.  It's called The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature.  A nice place to drop off the young kids while you go and watch Annabelle with the teenagers.  Now, Nut Job 2 is only half-ashamed of the Roman numeral sequel system in Hollywood... but look at the poster for Nut Job 1.  LOOK UPON IT!!!!!!  Does that font look different to you?  This is why it's not Pixar.  I mean, take the poster for Finding Nemo and its sequel Finding Dory.  You'll notice that they BOTH use the same hyper-inflated Gill font for the lettering of both.  People do notice and do care about such (attention to) details, guys!  But whatever.  This is the weekend to celebrate the triumph of Hollywood's Next John Lasseter, and his name is Peter Lepeniotis.  Dreams can and do come true, people.  It just shows to go you that, with a little elbow grease and a whole lot of stick-to-it-iveness, you too can grow up to watch Over the Hedge, come up with your own unique take on it, and boom.  Eight years later, you're the toast of Hollywood.  And then, three years after that, boom.  The sequel to end all sequels.
And finally, our last debut this week is The Glass House... no, wait, that was from 2001 when Leelee Sobieski was the new "it-girl."  It's actually 2017's The Glass Castle, and Brie Larson's the new "it-girl."  It also co-stars the nerdy girl from Tank Girl, Naomi Watts, and also features Woody Harrelson.  In this film he plays a drunk father... now, maybe I'm a little short-sighted, but is Woody Harrelson getting typecast here?  He definitely played a drunk father in... what's it called... The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio.  He also played the boozy, father-figure-ish type in The Hunger Games, of course.  Phooey.  I guess that's not enough evidence to consider this a case of typecasting.  Oh well; can't win 'em all.

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Auteur Watch - George Bowers

...boy!  A lot going on on this résumé.  Well, clearly George's first love was editing.  But just like Stuart Baird and Raja Gosnell after him, George found himself sitting there at the Moviola, the stale fumes of film glue everywhere, the director bossing him around for the umpteenth time that day... and he couldn't help but think to himself, you know, there's just GOTS to be a better way.  Yeah!  The director!  That's the thing to be!  The big boss.  When's it George's turn, huh?  When does GEORGE get to give some orders for a change round here, huh?
And so, the thought lingered, the right project fortunately happened to come along, and ... boom!  "Vegetable Soup" was born.  Well, the dude must've been busy, because the editing work seems to have dropped off at this point.  Maybe like Raja Gosnell, this will take!  The editor has now become the director!  The only problem is George just can't stop telling the actors about how the scene will be edited later.  They need tips!  Motivation!  A gentle kick in the ass, knowhutimean?  But George grew tired of the stale TV scene.  It was time to tackle that big silver screen, man!  The place of prestige!  And so we got... The Hearse.  I guess someone got the idea after reading Christine or something... ooh!  I have a question, teach.  How did that work out contractually, anyway, the film title of Christine.  I mean, we have two titans of industry at a potential loggerheads here.  Stephen King, and John Carpenter.  Did they finally agree to disagree and call it John Carpenter's Stephen King's Christine in deference to the film director?  Or do we call it Stephen King's John Carpenter's Christine in deference to the film's author?  ...oh, right!  The Hearse!  Well, while other debates rage on, I guess everyone agreed on The Hearse that it was just kinda... Bleich.
However, there's a ray of light and hope.  I guess you could call it a silver lining to a cloud... but we've had, like, fifty days of no rain up here.  And it's the Northwest!  Rain is what we're famous for!  That could change.  Anyway, what I'm trying to say is that George Bowers had some breathing room to find his voice.  Not a lot of that these days.  A different era.  It was enough to just get the thing done on time and under budget back then.  And apparently he did!  But in between two episodes of "The Dukes of Hazzard," George certainly found some slight notoriety for the 1980s with two titles: My Tutor and Private Resort, starring a young Johnny Depp for the first time.  Yup.  But you know, Johnny is a sweetheart, at least to most people who aren't Richard Greico.  And some sixteen years after Private Resort, George was back at the Moviola, but he got to edit Johnny Depp the international movie star on a little something called From Hell.  Now, if you don't get a teardrop to your eye over that, well... you're just a cold bastard and or bastardina, that's all there is to it.  And you probably wouldn't like working in Hollywood much, because the town's got thicket upon thicket of tenuous relationships like that.

The Hollywood Reporter - obituary of George Bowers

King of the Word

First, the good news... acclaimed author and one-man publishing industry Stephen King scores his latest triumph at the box office with The Dark Knight... I mean, The Dark Tower.  I'm told it's based on a whole series of books, naturally.  Why would one expect Stephen King to not create a series of books?  It's the story of a gunslinger named Andy Dufresne... I mean, Roland Deschain.  And... well, I've probably already spoiled the plot enough as it is at this point.
So, that's the good news.  Stephen King's latest is #1, and all good things flow from that.  The BAD news is... I mean, look at these numbers!  LOOK UPON THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!  You've got Obama's crowd in 2012, or 2008 and... sorry, wrong numbers.  I mean, the weekend haul.  19.5 million?  Why, Dunkirk in second place hauled in 17.6!  That's a difference of... 1.9!  The bad news is that things are down.  Down, down and terribly down.  Why, look at the other debut this weekend.  Halle Berry's latest film called Kidnap.  It made only 10 million and change and... actually, you know, that's not that bad!  At least she's not having the indignity of releasing it directly to Netflix or something like that.  Not like Travolta's I Am Wrath, I believe it's called.  Whelp, as Saul from "Homeland" once told someone, you're in for the fight of your lives here!  Don't you see/get that?
..OOH!  Almost forgot.  Speaking of filmmakers, Fox News employee and part-time experimental filmmaker Eric Bolling is in a little bit of hot water right now because he sent pictures of his genitals... forgive me, I mean junk, to some of his co-workers.  I try to keep this a family blog, but you know... the news these days.  Now they say that some of those junk pictures that Eric Bolling sent to his Fox News co-workers were unsolicited, but I've heard there were a couple solicited ones!  I try to look on the bright side of things.  Sure, they were to Roger Ailes, but still... and by the way, it's not a gay thing.  It's more of a competition-type deal.  Also, Roger had a hard time looking at his junk, what with his stomach being in the way.  He got tired of using a system of mirrors to look at his own genitals.  And who wouldn't, frankly?

Thursday, August 03, 2017

Auteur Watch - Georg Stanford Brown

Damn.  Another long-ass TV résumé.  Well, if I ever did see this guy's name as director, I'm sure I would've thought to myself, now that's a director's name!  Three names, one of them a college... lot of gravitas there.  Baddest director in the whole damn town, you know... Keeps a .32 gun in his pocket for fun and what not.
Yes, at some point, Georg Stanford Brown left his native Cuba to seek his fortune in big evil America.  His method of travel?  Why, he just walked across the ocean, of course!... um, the ocean was lower back then.  Or legs were longer, I don't know.  Now, the average Cuban ends up in Florida when making that journey, but bad, bad Georg Stanford Brown took the long way and ended up in Mexico, skipped across the border and ended up in Hollywood.  He snuck past the guard into Universal Studios just like Spielberg, and boom.  Into the business he was.
Clearly directing is his second love, giving it up for good in 2005... I dunno.  Well, the biz was changing, and I guess it always helps as an actor to have a track record as a director when any young upstarts try to give you crap.  "You know......."

Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Short Reviews - August 2017

"A-Lister" - With Kimberly Kehoe as Jack's Mom

"A. U. S. A." - With James Edson as Jack Tremaine

Aa Ab Laut Chalen - With Paresh Rawal as PC Jack Patel

"ABC Afterschool Specials" "The Gymnast" - With Patrick Gorman as Jack Peters

"ABC Afterschool Specials" "The Late Great Me! Story of a Teenage Alcoholic" - With Al Corley as Jack Peters

"ABC Afterschool Specials" "The Less Than Perfect Daughter" - With Ernie Lively as Jack Harmon... oh, but Blake turned out okay, didn't she though?

"ABC Afterschool Specials" "Stoned" - With Scott Baio as Jack Melon

"ABC Afterschool Specials" "Supermom's Daughter" - With Rick Lohman as Jack Bard

"ABC Weekend Specials" "The Magic Flute" - With Jim Cummings as Grumble the Crow... and Jack the Donkey

"ABC's 50th Anniversary Celebration" - With Victor Garber as Jack Bristow ('Alias' skit)

ABCs of Death 2 - With Josh Ethier as Jack the Muscle (segment "A")

Abducted II: The Reunion - With Nicholas Buchart as Jack Webster

"The Abduction of Saint Anne" - With Tony Young as Vanjack

The Abductors - With George Macready as Jack Langley

Abhimanyu - With Jagdeep as Pyarelal / Jack

Abilene Trail - With Marshall Reed as Jack Slavens

Ablaze - With John Bradley as Jack Thomas

"Abortion, Corruption and Cops: The Bertram Wainer Story" - With Paul Dawber as Jack Matthews

About a Dog - With Dominic Coleman as Jack Cravan... and with Madeleine Bowyer as Jack's Wife

"Above Average Presents" "Star Wars: The Force of Abrams" - WAY better than run of the mill presents, that's for sure... I mean, with Max Brand as Captain Jack Sparrow

Above the Law - With Pam Grier as Delores 'Jacks' Jackson

"Above the Law" "Backlash" - With Jason Paull Hayes as Jack Glover

Absolute Debauchery - With David Mapother as Hardcore Jack

Absolution - With Peter Kennedy as Jack Egan

"Academy" - With Tony Bonner as Jack Steele

"Acapulco H. E. A. T." "Code Name: Strange Bedfellow" - With Ron Barker as Jack Ballentine

"Acceptable Risks" - With Peter Jurasik as Jack Morris

Accepted - With Mark Derwin as Jack Gaines

"Accident" - With Davyd Harries as Jack Dutton

"Accidental Meeting" - With Kent McCord as Jack Parris

Accidental Muse - With Justin Molina as Jack Morris

"Accidental Obsession" - With Marc Menard as Jack Riley

"The Accidental President" - With Michael LaCour as Jack Hays

"According to Bex" - With Clive Russell as Jack Atwell

The Accused - With Mickey Knox as Jack Hunter

"Accused" - With Nicholas R. Bailey as Jack Vincent

'Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War' - With Unshô Ishizuka and Steve Blum as Jack Bartlett (Heartbreak One)

"Ace Discovery" - With Rocky Rodriguez Jr. as Jack (voice)

Ace of Clubs - With Al Hoxie as Jack Horton

Ace of Clubs - With Shannon Williams as The Jack

"Ace of Wands" - "Joker: Parts 1, 2 and 3" - With Roy Holder as The Jack

The Acid Eaters - With John McCloud as Big Jack

The Acid Test - With Thomas R. Mills as Jack Hurston

"Ackley Bridge" - With Jamie Dorrington as Jack (Murgatroyd)

"Acropolis Now" - With Wade Beed as Jack

"Across the Lake" - With John Rowe as Jack Stanley

Act of Kindness - With Phillip Lomax as Jack Haley

Act of Piracy - With Ray Sharkey as Jack Wilcox

"Act of Will" - With Joseph Wright as Jack Crowther

"Action Dad" - "Doublr [sic] Agent, Double Date" - With Cole Howard as Jack Poundpenny (voice)

"Active Stealth" - With Andrew Stevens as Capt. Jack Stevens

An Actor Prepares - With Larry Pine as Jack Dorner

"Adam" - With Alex Harvey as Det. Jack Hoffman

Adam Had Four Sons - With Richard Denning as Jack Stoddard (older)... and with Billy Ray as Jack Stoddard (younger)

"Adam Ruins Everything" - "Adam Ruins Forensic Science" - With Carloz Alazraqui as Jack Nash

"Adam Smith" - With Andrew Ray as Jack Wilson

"Adam-12" "Camp: Part 1" - With Ronnie Schell as Jack Hofstead

"Adam-12" "Christmas" - With William Bronder as Jack Conway

"Adam-12" "Citizens Arrest - 484" - With Doug Johnson as Jack Gaynor

"Adam-12" "Excessive Force" - With Sandy Kenyon as Jack Tennison

"Adam-12" "Log 26: LEMRAS" - With Ken Lynch as Jack Stokes

"Adam-12" "Log 73: I'm Still a Cop" - With John C. Johnson as Jack Carlton

"Adam-12" "Log 134: Child Stealer" - With Tony Giorgio as 1st Hijacker... and with Raymond Mayo as 2nd Hijacker

"Adam-12" "Log 165: Once a Cop" - With Leo Gordon as Jack Donohoe

ADDicted - With Troy Shaw as Uncle Jack... and with John Hawks as Uncle Jack's Nephew

Address Unknown - With Scott Wilkinson as Jack Raines... the Post Man

"Adrenalina" - Con Jaime Azócar como Jack Marshall

"Adulting" - With Jimmy Kieffer as Jacko

"Adventurer" - With Oliver Tobias as Jack Vincent (12 episodes)

"Adventures in Odyssey: The Journal of John Avery Whittaker" - With Garrett McQuaid as Jack Allen

"Adventures in Rainbow Country"  "The Skydiver" - With John Sullivan as Jack Sheldon

"Adventures in Speed Dating" "Opa!" - With Michael Barbee as Jack... but also with Jeffrey Fritz as Jack... the BARTENDER!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Adventures in the Mind of Jack Quimby - With Nicolas Leyon as Jack Gumby

Adventures of a Pizza Guy - With Louis Mandylor as Jack Puncher

"The Adventures of Black Beauty" "The Hostage" - With John Thaw as Jack Desmond

"The Adventures of Brisco County Jr." "Socrates' Sister" - With Merle Draggett William Russ as Jack Randolph

The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin - With Bryan Russell as Jack Flagg

"The Adventures of Chadwick Periwinkle" - With Marty(n G.) Krouse as Captain Jack Manly

"The Adventures of Jamie Watson: and Sherlock Holmes" "The Adventure of Abbey Granger" - With Marc Klein as Jack Croker

"The Adventures of Jim Bowie" "Deaf Smith" - With Edgar Buchanan as Ringtail Jack

"The Adventures of Jim Bowie" "Choctaw Honor" - With Stewart Bradley as Whiskey Jack

"The Adventures of Kit Carson" "California Outlaws" - With William Haade as 3-Finger Jack

"The Adventures of Kit Carson" "The Hermit of Indian Ridge" - With Dennis Moore as Old Jack / Sam Mask

"The Adventures of Kit Carson" "The Hero of Hermosa" (...and a few others, uncredited) - With Hank Patterson as Old Timer Sierra Jack

"The Adventures of Rick O'Shay" - With Whitey Hughes as Buffalo Jack (uncredited)

"The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin" "The General's Daughter" - With Morris Ankrum as Brig. General Jack Lawrence

"The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin" "Rusty's Opportunity" - With Larry Chance as Apache Jack

"The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin" "Boone's Wedding Day" - With Rod Williams as Jack Batt

"The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin" "Rin Tin Tin and the Printer's Devil" - With Mitchell Kowall as Jack Dillard

"The Adventures of Robin Hood" "Knight Errant" - With William Lucas as Sir Jack of Southwark

The Adventures of Smilin' Jack - With Tom Brown as Jack Martin

"Adventures of Superman" "Double Trouble" - With Selmer Jackson as Col. Jack Redding

"The Adventures of the Fatbat, Episode I: The Redemption of the Bat" - With Jason Devries as The Joker slash Jack Daniels

Adventures of the Flying Cadets - With Addison Richards as A. J. 'Jack' Hill [Ch. 1]... and with Philip Van Zandt as Herman Klott... alias Jack Hargrove [Chs. 5-8]

The Adventures of the West Brothers - With Sam Carpenter as Jack West

The Adventures of Thomasina Sawyer - With James Edwards as Deputy Jack

Adventures of Toby: Crunch Time - With Murray Todd as Kernal Jack (voice)

"Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" "Blake's Kid" - With Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams as Tulsa Jack

"Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" "Cry Wolf" - With Edward Norris as Jack Slade

"Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" "The Outlaw's Son" - With Steve Darrell as Big Jack Fallon

"The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Daredevils of the Desert" - With Cameron Daddo as Jack Anders

Affliction - With Jim True-Frost as Jack Hewitt

Africadalli Sheela - With Suresh as Search Team #4: Jack

After Dark - With Joel Erickson as Jack Weaver

"After Julius" "Friday" - With Daniel Moynihan as Jack Lewis

After Romeo & Juliet - With Paul Hansell as Jack Booth

After the Ball - With Basil Rathbone as Jack Harrowby

"After the Boom was Over" - With Tim Wylton as Jack Tatham

After the Rain - With Robert Taylor as Jack Behring

After the Titanic - With Randy Gamerstein as Jack Henry Jr. .... Age 16

"After the War" "Partners" - With John Humphry as Jack Morgan

Afterglow - With Alan Fawcett as Count Falco / JACK Dana

"AfterLife" - With Ted Johnson as Jack Foster

Aftermath - With Richard Lockwood as Jack West

"Against Her Will: An Incident in Baltimore" - With Brian Kerwin as Jack Adkins

"Against Their Will: Women in Prison" - With Stacy Keach as Jack Devlin

"The Agatha Christie Hour" "The Mystery of the Blue Jar" - With Robin Kermode as Jack Hartington

"The Agatha Christie Hour" "The Red Signal" - With Christopher Cazenove as Jack Trent

"Agatha Christie's Poirot" "Evil Under the Sun" - With Grant Gillespie as Jack Lovett

"Agatha Christie's Poirot" "Murder on the Links" - With Ben Pullen as Jack Renauld

"Agatha Christie's Poirot" "The Mystery of Hunter's Lodge" - With Roy Boyd as Jack Stoddard

"Agatha Raisin" "The Vicious Vet" - With Richard Mylan as Jack the Lad Pomfret

"Age of Ice" - With Barton Bund as Jack Jones

"An Age of Kings" "Henry VI Part 3: The Rabble from Kent" - With Esmond Knight as Jack Cade... a Rebel

Agency - With Barry Simpson as Jack Campbell

"The Agency" "Doublecrossover" - With Craig T. Nelson as Chief Jack Mannion

"The Agency: Survival of the Fittest" - With Jason Gorze as Jack Steadman

"Agent Carter" - With Chad Michael Murray as Jack Thompson

Agent Frank Skuddler of Project Blue Book - With Tom Sizemore as Sgt. Jack Russell

Agent Kelly - With Chris Sanders as Jack Knife Twins... and with Sam North as Jack Knife Sidekick

Agent Red - With Tony Becker as Lt. Jack Colson

"Aggie" "Cock and Bull" - With Kevin Miles as Jack Reynolds

Agressive [sic] Standing - With Drew Freed as Jack Chase

"A. I. Assault" - With Josh Coxx as Jack McKenna

"Aimé Malgré Lui" - Avec Ray Reboul son Lenoir Jack

Air - With Vince Valentine as Jack Donello

Air America - With Art La Fleur as Jack Neely

Air Cadet - With Stephen McNally as Major Jack Page

"Air Emergency" "Cockpit Chaos" - With Christopher Sawchyn as Jack Drake

"Air Emergency" "Grand Canyon Collision" - With Michael Copeman as Jack Parshall

"Air Emergency" "Head-on Collision" - With Steve Coombes as Jack Hudson

"Air Emergency" "Speed Trap" - With Neil Girvan as Lt. Col. Jack Zyth

Air Force - With William Forrest as Group Commander Jack Harper (uncredited)

Air Force One - With Tom Everett as NSA Advisor Jack Doherty

Air Head - With Robert William Ford as Jack Merrymon

Air Patrol - With Stacey Winters as Mrs. Hortense Jackter

Aircheck - With Michael Dentico as Jack Partridge

"Airline" - With Roy Marsden as Jack Ruskin

"Airplane Repo" "Two if by Air, One if by Sea" - With Roy Lewis Garton as Jack 2015

Airport - With William Boyett as Jack Ingram (uncredited) ... and with James Bradley as Jack Stone... Passenger (uncredited) ... and with John Eloff as Jack Elliott... Passenger (uncredited) ... and with Robert Knapp as Jack Dunlap... Passenger (uncredited)  WHEW!  Lotta Jacks!

"Airship Daedalus Radio Adventures" - With Matt Shimkus as 'Captain Stratosphere' Jack McGraw

"Airwolf" "Storm Warning" - With Vince Germann as Jack Paley

Akeli Mat Jaiyo - With Professor Y. K. Padhye as Jack Doll Crazy (voice)

"Akon Feat. Eminem: Smack That" - With Eric Roberts as Jack Gates

Alabama Dirt - With Lawrence Turner as Jack Hargrove

"The Alamut Ambush" - With Paul McDowell as Jack Soutar

"Alan Carr's New Year Specstacular [sic] " - With Jack the Lad Swing as Themselves

Alaska Passage - With Gregg Martell as Jack McCormick

"The Alaskans" "Big Deal" - With Tol Avery as Diamond Jack Collins

"The Alaskans" "The Bride Wore Black" - With Lee Bergere as Jack Hawley

"The Alaskans" "Starvation Stampede" - With John Qualen as Jack Despain

"Alcatraz Express" - With Steve London as Jack Rossman (archive footage)

"Alcoa Theatre" "The Glorious Fourth" - With Ray Daley as Jack Reardon

"Alcoa Theatre" "High Class Type of Mongrel" - With Phil Tead as Jack MacRoberts

Aldrig med min Kofot Eller... Drömtjuven - Mitt Åke Söderblom als Jack Anderson Jr. ... and mitt Eric Gustafson als Jack Anderson Sr.

Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker - With Alicia Silverstone as Jack Starbright... seriously?

"Alexa & Katie" - With Finn Carr as Jack Cooper

"ALF" "I've Got a New Attitude" - With Stephen Siegel as Jack Rabbit Courier

"The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" "Captive Audience" - With Don Matheson as Jack Pierson

"The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" "To Catch a Butterfly" - With Ed(ward) Asner as Jack Stander

"The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" "What Really Happened" - With Stephen Dunne as Jack Wentworth

"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" "The Blessington Method" - With Vaughn Meadows as Jack Treadwell

"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" "The Crocodile Case" - With Denholm Elliott as Jack Lyons

"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" "Insomnia" - With John S. Ragin as Jack Fletcher

"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" "Lamb to the Slaughter" - With Harold J. Stone as Lieutenant Jack Noonan

"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" "Full Disclosure" - With Gerry Mendicino as Lt. Jack Snyder

"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" "Houdini on Channel 4" - With Nick Lewin as Jack Barton (Barclay)

"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" "Murder Party" - With Christoper Bondy as Jack McCarthy

"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" "Pilot" - With Lyman Ward as Uncle Jack (segment "Bang!  You're Dead!")

"Alias" - With Victor Garber as Jack Bristow

Alias Billy the Kid - With James Linn as Henchman Jack

"Alibi Boys" - With Sean Carmichael as Jack Lord

Alibi Ike - With Eddie Shubert as Jack Mack

Alibi Inn - With Frederick Bradshaw as Jack Lawton

"The Alice" - With Erik Thomson as Jack Jaffers

"Alice" "Love is Sweeping the Counter" and "Sweet Charity" - With Clifford A. Pellow as Bobby Jack 'Whizzer' Wallace

"Alice" "Alice Gets a Pass" - With Denny Miller as Jack Newhouse

"Alice in Wonderland" - With Jason Flemyng as Sir Jack... the Knave of Hearts

"Alice to Nowhere" - With Martin Vaughan as Jack 'The Dogger' Harris

Alice's Misadventures in Wonderland - With Hunter Lawley as Jack Heart

Alien Anthropologists - With Clark Moore as Jack Wilson