James Anderson est un Acteur, Réalisateur, Gestionnaire de l'unité production et Assistant Director Américain né le 6 novembre 1902 à Springfield (Etats-Unis)
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James Anderson, also known as James A. Anderson or James H. Anderson, was an American filmmaker during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. He is sometimes confused with James K. Anderson, the actor, because their careers overlapped, and obviously the similarity in their names. Born on November 6, 1902, in his twenty-five year career, Anderson worked on almost 75 pictures. He began his career in film as an actor with a featured role in the silent era, in 1925's The Freshman, starring Harold Lloyd. After appearing in several silent films, with the advent of sound he moved behind the camera, where he was a perennial assistant directors. He would spend almost his entire career with RKO Radio Pictures, from their inception in 1929 through 1949.
As an assistant director he would work with such famous directors as George Archainbaud, William A. Wellman, Walter Lang, Garson Kanin, Dorothy Arzner, Leo McCarey, and Ida Lupino. Late in his career he would also work as a unit or production manager on several films, including the classic Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House in 1948. In 1950 he would become a freelance filmmaker, although he mostly worked with Lupino's independent production company, "The Filmakers", participating in nine of the twelve films they produced between 1949-54. His final film credit would be on the small screen, as the assistant director and production manager for the 1957 episode "The Mothers", on Lupino's television series, Mr. Adams & Eve. Anderson died on November 26, 1960 in Los Angeles, California.
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