Jerry Jameson

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Jerry Jameson
BornNovember 26, 1934 (1934-11-26) (age 84)
United States
OccupationTelevision director, film director, film editor, film producer
Years active1969–present

Jerry Jameson (born November 26, 1934), is an American television and film director, editor and producer. Highly prolific, he began career in 1964 as an editor on the episode "The Song Festers" of The Andy Griffith Show, soon moving to work as an associate producer or editorial supervisor (sometimes both) on hundreds of episodes of numerous different television series, from 1965 through 1970. Jameson started directing with the 1971 episode "Trackdown" of the series Dan August, before going on to direct over 100 episodes of shows like The Six Million Dollar Man, Ironside, Dallas, Murder, She Wrote, and Walker, Texas Ranger. He also directed numerous made-for-TV movies and theatrical motion pictures, including Airport '77, Raise the Titanic, and Captive.

Partial directorial filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  • The American Vein: Directors and Directions in Television. Edited by Christopher Wicking, Tise Vahimagi

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