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Jack Cunningham’s height is 5ft 10.5in (1.79 m)

Jack Cunningham was an American screenwriter. He wrote for 132 films between 1913 and 1939. He was born in Ionia, Iowa, and died from a cerebral hemorrhage in Santa Monica, California.

Jack Cunningham

Best Known For Movie: It’s a Gift
Born: April 1, 1882, Ionia, Iowa, United States
Filmography: Wagon Wheels (1953), Union Pacific (1939), The Arkansas Traveler (1938), Painted Desert (1938), Professor Beware (1938), Poppy (1936), Man on the Flying Trapeze (1935), Mississippi (1935), It’s a Gift (1934), Wagon Wheels (1934), The Old Fashioned Way (1934), Murder at the Vanities (1934), Double Door (1934), The Last Round-Up (1934), To the Last Man (1933), Man of the Forest (1933), Sunset Pass (1933), Under the Tonto Rim (1933), Silent Men (1933), The Thundering Herd (1933), Terror Trail (1933), Flaming Guns (1932), The Fourth Horseman (1932), The Texas Bad Man (1932), The Rider of Death Valley (1932), The Deceiver (1931), The Guilty Generation (1931), Shanghaied Love (1931), Clearing the Range (1931), The Iron Mask (1929), Manchu Love (1929), The Viking (1928), White Shadows in the South Seas (1928), The Adventurer (1928), Wild West Romance (1928), Captain Salvation (1927), West of Broadway (1926), The Black Pirate (1926), Rocking Moon (1926), Don Q Son of Zorro (1925), Just a Woman (1925), Contraband (1925), The Top of the World (1925), The Man Who Fights Alone (1924), The Light That Failed (1923), Homeward Bound (1923), A Gentleman of Leisure (1923), The Heart Raider (1923), The Tiger’s Claw (1923), The Covered Wagon (1923), A Trip to Paramountown (1922), Beyond the Rocks (1922), The Call of the North (1921), A Wife’s Awakening (1921), Where Lights Are Low (1921), The Avenging Arrow (1921), Double Adventure (1921), The Devil to Pay (1920), The Tiger’s Coat (1920), The House of Whispers (1920), Big Happiness (1920), The Green Flame (1920), Number 99 (1920), The Dream Cheater (1920), Daredevil Jack (1920), Live Sparks (1920), It Happened in Paris (1919), The Joyous Liar (1919), The False Code (1919), The World Aflame (1919), Playthings of Passion (1919), All Wrong (1919), The Master Man (1919), Gates of Brass (1919), The Silver Girl (1919), Todd of the Times (1919), Adele (1919), The Midnight Stage (1919), All of a Sudden Norma (1919), Two-Gun Betty (1918), The Narrow Path (1918), The Goddess of Lost Lake (1918), The Heart of Rachael (1918), Border Raiders (1918), The Bells (1918), A Law Unto Herself (1918), Hands Up! (1918), Winning Grandma (1918), Ghost of the Rancho (1918), A Burglar for a Night (1918), The Shoes That Danced (1918), Real Folks (1918), Limousine Life (1918), The Hopper (1918), The Argument (1918), Betty Takes a Hand (1918), The Medicine Man (1917), The Stainless Barrier (1917), The Cross Eyed Submarine (1917), Wild Sumac (1917), The Last of the Night Riders (1917), The Pullman Mystery (1917), A Stormy Knight (1917), The Battling Bellboy (1917), The Soubrette (1917), Some Nurse (1917), A Dark Deed (1917), The Wrong Man (1917), Money and Mystery (1917), His Fatal Beauty (1917), A Burglar’s Bride (1917), Her Strange Experience (1917), One Damp Day (1917), Simple Sapho (1917), Uneasy Money (1917), Left in the Soup (1917), The Leak (1917), The Careless Cop (1917), A Boob for Luck (1917), What the —? (1917), Whose Baby? (1917/I), Art Aches (1917), Some Specimens (1917), Wanta Make a Dollar? (1917), Rosie’s Rancho (1917), Mule Mates (1917), Out for the Dough (1917), The Diamonds of Destiny (1917), Be Neutral (1914), The Trap (1914/II), The Raiders (1914), In the Fall of ’64 (1914), A Wartime Reformation (1914), Wynona’s Vengeance (1913), In the Ranks (1913), Easy to Take (1936), Too Many Parents (1936), Woman Trap (1936), The Broadway Hoofer (1929).
Astrological Sign: Aries
Occupation: Screenwriter
Died: October 4, 1941, Santa Monica, California, United States
Spouse: Ruth Cunningham (m. ?–1941)
Parents: Maurice Frederick Cunningham
Height: 5ft 10.5in (1.79 m)

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