Jack Eaton is most well known for directing, and has 10 known credits, of which 10 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Jack Eaton’s movies you should definitely watch Aquatic House Party (1950) Jack has worked on!
The best rated movie Jack Eaton has been a part of is the movie Aquatic House Party, where they had the role of directing. It has a rating 5.4 on IMDb .
Athletes of the Saddle has a rating on 5.8 on IMDb . Jack Eaton worked on this documentary movie as directing.
In Dive-Hi Champs Jack Eaton was worked as director. This documentary movie has a rating on 6.0 on IMDb .
This comedy movie has a rating on 4.5 on IMDb . In The Good Sport Jack Eaton had the role of directing.
Jack Eaton was a part of the movie Ridin' the Rails as directing. This documentary movie has a rating 5.4 on IMDb .
Jack Eaton’s birthday is on 16 June 1888 .
Jack Eaton is male.
Jack Eaton is most known for directing. Jack has worked on 10 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Aquatic House Party, which has a score of 0.0.
1950 . 10 m
Executive producer. Aquatic House Party is a 1949 short film produced by Jack Eaton. It won an Oscar for Best Short Subject (One-Reel) at the 22nd Academy Awards.
1952 . Documentary . 10 m
Executive producer. This Grantland Rice Sportlight directed by Jack Eaton visits the internationally famous Mexican Army Equestrian Teams as it puts on a demonstration if the finest in horsemanship. The film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Short Subject, One-Reel.
1946 . Documentary . 10 m
Executive producer. Dive-Hi Champs is a 1946 short documentary film, a Grantland Rice Sportlight segment from Paramount Studios and Jack Eaton featuring a cavalcade of diving highlights, from youngsters at the local swimming hole to athletes jumping from giant earth-moving equipment in the Panama Canal. It was nominated for an Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film, One-Reel.
1918 . Comedy
Executive producer. A man invents a device to make elevators stop even with the floor, and for this boon to mankind, he reaps riches and respect.
1951 . Documentary . 10 m
Executive producer. Ridin' the Rails is a 1951 short documentary film directed by Jack Eaton. This is a Grantland Rice Sportscope from Paramount about hobbyists building steam locomotives, scaled one inch to the foot, by members of the Southern California branch of the Live Steam Model Locomotives Club. The models are powerful enough for the hobbyists to ride over the expensive-and-expansive tracks they also build to scale. Many of these models are perfect working replicas of of the locomotives used on the United States railway system. This short features Walt Disney, one of the experts on model-train building, working on his scaled-down 'Diamond Slacker", and taking kids to ride on his elaborate miniature system. The film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Short Subject, One-Reel.
1943 . 10 m
Executive producer. Amphibious Fighters is a 1943 short directed by Jack Eaton. In 1944, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject (One-Reel) at the 16th Academy Awards.
1935 . Documentary, Comedy . 10 m
Executive producer. This short documentary narrated by sportscaster Ted Husing explores the free-time activities of some of Hollywood's most popular celebrities. Big names such as Boris Karloff, Buster Crabbe, and Clark Gable make appearances, enjoying games of golf, field hockey, swimming, and many other fun hobbies.
1955 . Documentary . 16 m
Executive producer. This short travelogue, touring Arizona's deserts, was shot in VistaVision.
1953 . Documentary . 10 m
Executive producer. Wee Water Wonders is a 1953 short documentary film directed by Jack Eaton. The film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film.