James V. Kern Movies List

James V. Kern
James V. Kern
22-09-1909
New York City, New York, USA
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Director James V. Kern Filmography

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Two Tickets to Broadway
Director: James V. Kern
Release date: 20-11-1951
The Second Woman
The Second Woman ( English )
Director: James V. Kern
Music Director: Joseph Nussbaum
Release date: 07-07-1950
Never Say Goodbye
Never Say Goodbye ( English )
Director: James V. Kern , Philip Quinn
Music Director: Friedrich Hollaender
Release date: 12-12-1946
Her Kind of Man
Her Kind of Man ( English )
Music Director: Franz Waxman
Release date: 11-05-1946
The Horn Blows at Midnight
Director: Raoul Walsh
Music Director: Franz Waxman
Release date: 28-04-1945
The Doughgirls
The Doughgirls ( English )
Director: James V. Kern , Philip Quinn
Music Director: Adolph Deutsch
Release date: 25-11-1944
Thank Your Lucky Stars
Director: David Butler
Release date: 25-09-1943
Playmates
Playmates ( English )
Director: David Butler
Release date: 26-12-1941
You'll Find Out
You'll Find Out ( English )
Director: David Butler
Release date: 22-11-1940
That's Right - You're Wrong
Director: David Butler
Release date: 24-11-1939
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James V. Kern Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia James V. Kern (September 22, 1909, New York City, New York – November 9, 1966, Encino, California) was an American singer, songwriter, screenwriter, actor, and director. Educated at the Fordham Law School, Kern worked for a while as an attorney. He sang with the George Olsen Trio, and appeared with the Olsen orchestra in the musical Good News. From 1927 to 1939, he sang with and wrote for the Yacht Club Boys quartet, with whom he appeared in several motion pictures. He became a screenwriter and later a director. In film, he directed mainly "B" pictures, but after he moved to television, he directed hundreds of series episodes. He was one of the house directors on I Love Lucy in the 1950s. He directed My Three Sons for most of two seasons in the 1960s. When he died suddenly of a heart attack at age 57, several episodes of the show remained only partially completed for the 1966/67 season, so director James Sheldon was brought in by series producers to round out the season. He joined ASCAP in 1955. His popular-song compositions include "Easy Street," "Lover, Lover," "Little Red Fox," and "Shut the Door."

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