Jules Buck (July 30, 1917, St Louis, Missouri – July 19, 2001, Paris) was an American film producer. He was cameraman for John Huston's war documentaries and began producing as assistant to Mark Hellinger.
In 1952 he moved to Paris, then London, where he created, in association with Peter O'Toole, the company Keep Films, which produced movies such as Lord Jim (1963), Becket (1963), and What's New Pussycat? (1965).
From his 1945 marriage to actress Joyce Gates (née Joyce Ruth Getz), Buck had one child, journalist Joan Juliet Buck.
- Report from the Aleutians (1943), cameraman
- The Battle of San Pietro (1944), cameraman
- The Killers (1946), assistant producer
- Brute Force (1947), associate producer
- The Naked City (1948), associate producer
- We Were Strangers (1949), associate producer
- Fixed Bayonets! (1951), producer
- Love Nest (1951), producer
- Treasure of the Golden Condor (1953), producer
- O.S.S. (1957–58), TV series producer
- The Day They Robbed the Bank of England (1960), producer
- Lord Jim (1965), associate producer
- Great Catherine (1968)
- Under Milk Wood (1972), executive producer
- The Ruling Class (1972), producer
- The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday (1976), producer
- "Vexed in Venice – T Magazine". Nytimes.com. November 30, 2011. Retrieved July 2, 2012.
- Agee, James, Agee on Film
- Ambler, Eric, Here Lies
- Halliwell, Leslie, Halliwell's Filmgoers Companion
- Katz, Ephraim, The Film Encyclopedia
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