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James Goldstone Biography

  • Profession: Director
  • Born: Jun 8, 1931
  • Died: Nov 5, 1999

After attending Dartmouth and Bennington, James Goldstone made his directorial debut in episodic television; in the 1960s, he was one of the earliest stalwarts of the TV-movie genre, helming the pilots for the TV series Star Trek, [[Feature~V126561~Ironside~ironside]] and [[Feature~V109446~The Senator~thesenator]]. His entree into theatrical features was the 1969 [[Performer~P25985~James Garner~jamesgarner]] vehicle [[Feature~V101116~A Man Called Gannon~amancalledgannon]]. In his subsequent films, notably [[Feature~V107485~Red Sky at Morning~redskyatmorning]] (1971) and [[Feature~V49423~They Only Kill Their Masters~theyonlykilltheirmasters]] (1972), Goldstone successfully combined motion-picture production values with TV-movie pacing. Bowing out of big-screen pictures with the ignominious [[Performer~P79369~Irwin Allen~irwinallen]] [[Feature~V54159~When Time Ran Out~whentimeranout]] (1980), James Goldstone returned to television, directing such made-for-TV features as [[Feature~V27108~Kent State~kentstate]] (1981) (which earned him an Emmy award), [[Feature~V124387~Charles and Diana: A Royal Love Story~charlesanddiana:aroyallovestory]] (1982) and [[Feature~V124198~The Bride in Black~thebrideinblack]] (1990). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi