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Jack Arnold (October 14 1916March 17, 1992) was an American television and film director.

He was born in New Haven, Connecticut.

He directed a number of movies starting in 1950. The best known of these, the science fiction films It Came from Outer Space, Tarantula, Creature from the Black Lagoon and The Incredible Shrinking Man, are noted for their atmospheric black-and-white cinematography and unusually sophisticated scripts. Later in his career, he went to England to direct the early Peter Sellers film, The Mouse That Roared, in which Sellers played three roles, one of them in drag.

Arnold began his television career in 1955 with several episodes of Science Fiction Theater. He went on to direct the long-running television series Perry Mason and Peter Gunn. He also directed episodes of such television shows as Alias Smith and Jones, The Fall Guy, The Brady Bunch, and Gilligan's Island, as well as the 1980 TV movie Marilyn: The Untold Story.

Arnold died in Woodland Hills, California at the age of 75.



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