Jack Ruggiero is a 113 years old male from New York - USA. Jack is most well known for editing, and has 5 known credits, of which 5 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Jack Ruggiero’s movies you should definitely watch Hollywood: Style Center of the World (1940) Jack has worked on!
The best rated movie Jack Ruggiero has been a part of is the documentary movie Hollywood: Style Center of the World, where they had the role of editing. It has a rating 4.9 on IMDb.
A New Romance of Celluloid: The Miracle of Sound has a rating on 5.4 on IMDb . Jack Ruggiero worked on this documentary movie as editing.
In You Can't Fool a Camera Jack Ruggiero was worked as editor. This documentary movie has a rating on 5.8 on IMDb.
This drama, crime movie has a rating on 5.3 on IMDb. In For the Common Defense! Jack Ruggiero had the role of editing.
Jack Ruggiero was a part of the movie Who's Superstitious? as editing. This documentary movie has a rating 6.1 on IMDb.
Jack Ruggiero’s birthday is on 19 June 1909.
Jack Ruggiero is male.
Jack Ruggiero was born in New York - USA.
Jack Ruggiero is most known for editing. Jack has worked on 5 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Hollywood: Style Center of the World, which has a score of 0.0.
1940 . Documentary . 11 m
Executive producer. This short promotes the premise that movies often create a demand for the fashions seen in them. It starts with a vignette in rural America. A mother and daughter go to town to buy a new dress. In the dress shop window is a designer dress worn by Joan Crawford in a recent movie. We then go to Hollywood and visit Adrian, MGM's chief of costume design, and see how multiple copies of a single clothing pattern are produced. The film ends with short segments of several MGM features.
1940 . Documentary . 11 m
Executive producer. This short documentary, presented and directed by MGM sound engineer Douglas Shearer, goes behind the scenes to look at how the sound portion of a talking picture is created.
1941 . Documentary . 10 m
Executive producer. This short starts out as a documentary. In a dramatization, Eadward Muybridge's photographic experiments prove that when a horse gallops, there are times when all four of the animal's feet are off the ground. We are then brought to the present, where MGM directors and their cinematographers are shown working on current productions. The film closes with closeups of the studio's major stars and a tribute to the studio's actors who have joined the armed forces.
1942 . Drama, Crime . 22 m
Executive producer. This Crime Does Not Pay short shows how cooperation among all the nations of the Americas helps the war effort. In this case, a US government agent travels to Chile and Colombia. He works with local authorities to try to thwart an Axis plan to ship stolen ammunition.
1943 . Documentary . 11 m
Executive producer. This short film examines the origins of several superstitions including crossing your fingers, knocking on wood, rabbit's feet, and breaking champagne bottles to christen ships, plus the role of superstitions in the Flying Dutchman tale.