Jackie Cooper


This filmography was made in collaboration with Matthew Lydick.


name: John Cooper, Jr.
nickname: Jackie
born Sep. 15, 1922, in Los Angeles, CA
died May 3, 2011, in Santa Monica, CA, of natural causes


Special note: Maltin & Bann indicate that Jackie's birth name may have been John Cooperman, Jr. According to Jackie's autobiography, his father may have originally been named Cooperman, but he seemed fairly unsure about the truth of it, which I think would imply that Jackie himself never had the name. Jackie's father abandoned his small family when Jackie was two, and the boy lived in a poor neighborhood with his mother, grandmother, two aunts and an underaged uncle.


1926


1929

Fox Movietone Follies Of 1929 (uncredited role: little boy)
May 25, 1929 - Fox - talkie - 14 reels - feature
©May 8, 1929 as William Fox Movietone Follies Of 1929. Some segments filmed in Multicolor. Jackie takes part in a performance of "That's You Baby."
91. Boxing Gloves (small part)
Sep. 9, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-25 - Our Gang series
Filmed May 13 to 25, 1929. ©Sep. 9, 1929.
Sunny Side Up (uncredited bit part: Jerry McGinnis)
prem. Oct. 3, 1929 - Fox - talkie - 12 reels - Janet Gaynor & Charles Farrell feature
©Oct. 8, 1929, as Sunnyside Up. One sequence shot in Multicolor.
93. Bouncing Babies (small part)
Oct. 12, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-27 - Our Gang series
Filmed July 5 to 15, 1929. ©Sep. 23, 1929.
94. Moan & Groan, Inc. (supporting role)
Dec. 7, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-28 - Our Gang series
Filmed Sep. 3 to 14, 1929. ©Dec. 2, 1929.

1930

95. Shivering Shakespeare (supporting role)
Jan. 25, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-29 - Our Gang series
Filmed Sep. 30 to Oct. 12, 1929. ©Dec. 17, 1929.
96. The First Seven Years (lead role: Jackie aka Jack)
Mar. 1, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-30 - Our Gang series
Filmed Oct. 28 to Nov. 16, 1929. ©Jan. 20, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Los pequeños papas.
97. When The Wind Blows (lead role: Jackie)
Apr. 5, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-31 - Our Gang series
Filmed Nov. 29 to Dec. 10, 1929. ©Feb. 10, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Las fantasmas.
98. Bear Shooters (supporting role: Jack)
May 17, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-32 - Our Gang series
Filmed Dec. 19, 1929, to Jan. 4, 1930, and Jan. 21, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Los cazadores de osos, as well as in French.
99. A Tough Winter (supporting role)
June 21, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-33 - Our Gang series
Filmed Jan. 27 to Feb. 15, 1930. ©Apr. 14, 1930. Also filmed in German as Winter Wetter and in French as Semps d'hiver.
100. Pups Is Pups (supporting role: Jack)
Aug. 30, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-34 - Our Gang series
Filmed Apr. 21 to May 9, 1930. ©July 2, 1930. Added to the National Film Registry on Dec. 28, 2004.
101. Teacher's Pet (lead role: Jackie aka Jack)
Oct. 11, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-35 - Our Gang series
Filmed May 21 to 29, 1930. ©Nov. 24, 1930. Also made as Spanish version entitled Comenzo la escuela, which used the English original with full-frame cut-in titles, but wasn't accepted by MGM for release in this format.
102. School's Out (featured role: Jack Cooper aka Jackie Cooper)
Nov. 22, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-36 - Our Gang series
Filmed June 17 to 25, 1930.

1931

103. Helping Grandma (supporting role: Jack)
Jan. 3, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-37 - Our Gang series
Filmed July 28 to Aug. 6, 1930. ©Oct. 1, 1930.
104. Love Business (featured role: Jackie aka Jack)
Feb. 14, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-38 - Our Gang series
Filmed Sep. 3 to 15, 1930, with retakes Sep. 20, 1930. ©Oct. 26, 1930.
105. Little Daddy (supporting role: Jackie aka Jack)
Mar. 28, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-39 - Our Gang series
Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 13, 1930. ©Feb. 6, 1931.
Skippy (lead role: Skippy Skinner)
prem. Apr. 2, 1931 - Paramount - 85 min. - feature
©Apr. 24, 1931. Released Apr. 25, 1931. Filmed Jan. to Mar. 1931. Also starring Robert Coogan, Mitzi Green, and Jackie Searl. This film was Oscar nominated for Best Picture, Best Actor (Jackie himself) and Best Story Adaptation. It won the Oscar for Best Direction.
106. Bargain Day (small part: Jack)
May 2, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-40 - Our Gang series
Filmed Dec. 14 to 23, 1930, with retakes Jan. 26 to Feb. 2, 1931. Jackie was absent for the retakes due to his commitments to filming "Skippy." ©Mar. 23, 1931.
Young Donovan's Kid (featured role: Midge Murray)
June 6, 1931 - RKO - 9 reels - Richard Dix feature
Filmed Mar. to Apr. 1931. ©May 22, 1931. UK title: Donovan's Kid.
untitled (archival)
circa 1931 - Roach - Mary Ann Jackson trailer
This was shown in theaters that were scheduled to have a personal appearance from Mary Ann in the very near future. Included is footage from "Bargain Day."
Jackie Cooper's Birthday Party (appearance)
Sep. 25, 1931 - MGM - 1 reel - short
The Champ (lead role: Dink Purcell)
prem. Nov. 9, 1931 - MGM - 10 reels - Wallace Berry & Jackie Cooper
©Nov. 19, 1931. Released Nov. 21, 1931. Filmed Aug. 19 to mid-Sep. 1931, with added footage shot on Oct. 21st. Jackie sings an a capella version of "Don't Tell Her What Happened To Me." Oscars for this film went to Wallace Beery (Best Actor) and Frances Marion (writing).
The Christmas Party (lead role)
Dec. 17, 1931 - MGM - 1 reel - short
©Dec. 17, 1931. Also known as "Jackie Cooper's Christmas Party."
Sooky (lead role: Skippy Skinner)
prem. Dec. 26, 1931 - Paramount - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper & Robert Coogan feature
Released Dec. 27, 1931. Filming started in mid-to-late September 1931. ©Jan. 2, 1932.

1932

The Voice Of Hollywood 2nd series, No. 13 (appearance)
Jan. 17, 1932 - Lewyn/Tiffany - 1 reel - The Voice Of Hollywood series
When A Feller Needs A Friend (lead role: Edward Haverford "Eddie" Randall)
Apr. 30, 1932 - Cosmopolitan/MGM - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper & Charles "Chic" Sale feature
Working title: "Limpy." ©May 2, 1932, as When A Fellow Needs A Friend, which was also its UK title.
Screen Snapshots (appearance)
1932 - Columbia - 1 reel - Screen Snapshots series
Also known as Talking Screen Snapshots.
Divorce In The Family (lead role: Terry Parker)
Aug. 27, 1932 - MGM - 9 reels - Jackie Cooper feature
Working title: "My Kid Brother." ©Sep. 14, 1932.
Hollywood On Parade No. A-3: Down Memory Lane (appearance)
Oct. 21, 1932 - Lewyn/Paramount - 1 reel - Hollywood On Parade series
©Oct. 25, 1932.

1933

Hollywood On Parade No. 11 (appearance)
June 1, 1933 - Lewyn/Paramount - 1 reel - Hollywood On Parade series
©June 1, 1933. Jackie races go-carts on the Paramount lot with Groucho and Harpo Marx.
Broadway To Hollywood (featured role: Ted Hackett, Jr., as a child)
Prem. Sep. 1, 1933 - MGM - 10 reels - feature
©Aug. 30, 1933. Released Sep. 15, 1933. Also starring Alice Brady, Frank Morgan, Madge Evans, Russell Hardy, and Jimmy Durante. Working title: "The March Of Time," which was also the name of an unreleased 1930 film, footage from which was included in this film. UK title: Ring Up The Curtain.
The Bowery (featured role: Swipes McGurk)
Oct. 7, 1933 - 20th Century/UA - 11 reels - feature
©Oct. 14, 1933. Also starring Wallace Beery and George Raft.
Lone Cowboy (lead role: Scooter O'Neal)
Dec. 2, 1933 - Paramount - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper feature
Filmed in the fall of 1933. ©Dec. 1, 1933
Hollywood On Parade No. B-5 (archival)
Dec. 1933 - Lewyn/Paramount - 1 reel - Hollywood On Parade series
©Dec. 7, 1933.

1934

Hollywood On Parade No. B-6 (appearance)
Jan. 5, 1934 - Lewyn/Paramount - 1 reel - Hollywood On Parade series
©Jan. 4, 1934.
Treasure Island (lead role: Jim Hawkins)
Aug. 17, 1934 - MGM - 11 reels - Wallace Beery & Jackie Cooper feature
©Aug. 7, 1934. Also starring Lionel Barrymore. Jackie sings some bars of "Yo Ho Ho And A Bottle Of Rum."
Peck's Bad Boy (lead role: Bill Peck)
prem. Aug. 31, 1934 - Lesser/Fox - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper feature
©Oct. 19, 1934. Released Oct. 19, 1934. Also starring Jackie Searl. Filmed from mid-June to July 17, 1934, over 25 shooting dates.
Screen Snapshots Series 14, No. 1 (appearance)
Sep. 29, 1934 - Columbia - 1 reel - Screen Snapshots series

1935

Dinky (lead role: Dinky Daniels)
May 11, 1935 - Warner Bros. - 7 reels - Jackie Cooper feature
©June 3, 1935. Also starring Mary Astor and Roger Pryor.
O'Shaughnessy's Boy (lead role: Joseph "Stubby" O'Shaughnessy)
Sep. 27, 1935 - MGM - 9 reels - Wallace Beery & Jackie Cooper feature
©Oct. 1, 1935. Also featuring George "Spanky" McFarland.

1936

Tough Guy (lead role: Frederick Martindale "Freddie" Vincent III)
Jan. 24, 1936 - MGM - 8 reels - feature
©Jan. 24, 1936. Also starring Joseph Calleia and Rin Tin Tin, Jr.
The Devil Is A Sissy (featured role: Robert "Buck" Murphy)
Sep. 18, 1936 - MGM - 9 reels - feature
©Sep. 19, 1936. Also starring Freddie Bartholomew, Mickey Rooney and Ian Hunter. Jackie takes part in a performance of "Say Ah!"

1937

Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 11 (archival)
June 25, 1937 - Columbia - 1 reel - Screen Snapshots series
Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 1 (archival)
Sep. 17, 1937 - Columbia - 1 reel - Screen Snapshots series
Boy Of The Streets (lead role: Chuck Brennan)
Dec. 8, 1937 - Monogram - 9 reels - Jackie Cooper feature
©Nov. 29, 1937. Also starring Maureen O'Connor.

1938

White Banners (featured role: Peter Trimble)
prem. Jan. 28, 1938 - Cosmopolitan/Warner Bros. - 10 reels - feature
©Apr. 26, 1938. Released June 23, 1938. Also starring Claude Rains, Fay Bainter and Bonita Granville.
That Certain Age (featured role: Kenneth "Ken" Warren)
Oct. 7, 1938 - Universal - 11 reels - Deanna Durbin feature
©Oct. 13, 1938.
Gangster's Boy (lead role: Larry Kelly)
prem. Nov. 11, 1938 - Monogram - 9 reels - Jackie Cooper feature
©Nov. 1, 1938. Released Nov. 16, 1938.
Newsboys' Home (lead role: Rifle Edwards)
Dec. 23, 1938 - Universal - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper feature
©Dec. 27, 1938. Also featuring Edmund Lowe and The Little Tough Guys.

1939

Scouts To The Rescue chapter 1: Death Rides The Air (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Jan. 17, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Nov. 28, 1938.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 2: Avalanche Of Doom (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Jan. 24, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Nov. 28, 1938.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 3: Trapped By The Indians (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Jan. 31, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Dec. 5, 1938.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 4: River Of Doom (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Feb. 7, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Dec. 12, 1938.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 5: Descending Doom (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Feb. 14, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Dec. 12, 1938.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 6: Ghost Town Menace (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Feb. 21, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Dec. 23, 1938.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 7: Destroyed By Dynamite (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Feb. 28, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Dec. 31, 1938.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 8: Thundering Hoofs! (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Mar. 7, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Dec. 31, 1938.
The Spirit Of Culver (lead role: Tom Allen)
prem. Mar. 8, 1939 - Universal - 9 reels - Jackie Cooper & Freddie Bartholomew feature
©Mar. 3, 1939. Released Mar. 10, 1939. UK titles: Man's Heritage and Two Smart Boys.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 9: The Fire God Strikes (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Mar. 14, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Dec. 31, 1938.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 10: The Battle At Ghost Town (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Mar. 21, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Jan. 18, 1939.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 11: Hurtling Through Space (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Mar. 28, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Jan. 18, 1939.
Scouts To The Rescue chapter 12: The Boy Scouts' Triumph (lead role: Bruce Scott)
Apr. 4, 1939 - Universal - 2 reels - Jackie Cooper serial
©Jan. 26, 1939.
Streets Of New York (lead role: James Michael "Jimmy" Keenan)
Apr. 12, 1939 - Monogram - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper feature
©Mar. 28, 1939. Reissued as The Abe Lincoln Of 9th Avenue. Also starring Martin Spellman and Marjorie Reynolds.
Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 12 (appearance)
July 28, 1939 - Columbia - 1 reel - Screen Snapshots series
Two Bright Boys (lead role: Rory O'Donnell)
Sep. 21, 1939 - Universal - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper & Freddie Bartholomew feature
©Sep. 8, 1939. Working title: "Bad Company."
What A Life (lead role: Henry Aldrich)
Oct. 6, 1939 - Paramount - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper & Betty Field feature
©Oct. 6, 1939. Part of The Aldrich Family series.
The Big Guy (lead role: Jimmy Hutchins)
Dec. 22, 1939 - Universal - 8 reels - Victor McLaglen & Jackie Cooper feature
©Nov. 30, 1939. Reissued as Warden Of The Big House.

1940

Seventeen (lead role: William Sylvanus Baxter)
prem. Feb. 28, 1940 - Paramount - 78 min. - Jackie Cooper & Betty Field feature
©Mar. 1, 1940. Released Mar. 1, 1940.
Screen Snapshots Series 19, No. 9: Sports In Hollywood (appearance)
July 10, 1940 - Columbia - 1 reel - Screen Snapshots series
The Return Of Frank James (featured role: Clem aka Tom Grayson)
prem. Aug. 10, 1940 - 20th Century-Fox - 10 reels - Henry Fonda feature
©Aug. 16, 1940. Released Aug. 16, 1940. Filmed in Technicolor.
Rodeo Dough (cameo appearance)
Nov. 9, 1940 - Lewyn/MGM - 1 reel - short
©Nov. 20, 1940.
Angels Of Mercy (appearance)
Nov. 10, 1940 - Warner Bros. - 1 reel - short
Produced as a tribute to the American Red Cross.
Life With Henry (lead role: Henry Aldrich)
prem. Nov. 9, 1940 - Paramount - 9 reels - The Aldrich Family feature
©Jan. 24, 1941. Released Jan. 24, 1941. Also starring Leila Ernst, Eddie Bracken and Hedda Hopper.
Gallant Sons (lead role: Byron "By" Newbold)
Nov. 15, 1940 - MGM - 8 reels - feature
©Nov. 13, 1940. Also starring Bonita Granville, Gene Reynolds, Gail Patrick and Ian Hunter.

1941

Ziegfeld Girl (supporting role: Jerry Regan)
Apr. 25, 1941 - MGM - 14 reels - feature
©Apr. 14, 1941. Starring James Stewart, Judy Garland, Hedy Lamarr and Lana Turner.
Her First Beau (lead role: Chuck Harris)
May 8, 1941 - Columbia - 7 reels - Jane Withers & Jackie Cooper feature
©May 8, 1941. Also starring Jane Withers.
Glamour Boy (lead role: Tiny Barlow)
Dec. 5, 1941 - Paramount - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper & Susanna Foster feature
©Dec. 5, 1941. UK title: Hearts In Springtime. Also starring Susanna Foster.

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1942

Picture People Vol. 2 No. 6: Hollywood War Efforts (appearance)
Jan. 20, 1942 - RKO - 1 reel - Picture People series
Soaring Stars (appearance)
Apr. 25, 1942 - Lewyn/MGM - 1 reel - short
©Apr. 30, 1942.
Syncopation (featured role: Johnny Schumacher)
May 22, 1942 - RKO - 9 reels - feature
©May 22, 1942. Also starring Adolphe Menjou, Bonita Granville and George Bancroft.
Men Of Texas (featured role: Robert Houston Scott)
July 3, 1942 - Universal - 9 reels - feature
© July 9, 1942. UK title: Men Of Destiny. Starring Robert Stack and Brod Crawford.
The Navy Comes Through (featured role: Joe "Babe" Duttson)
prem. Oct. 27, 1942 - RKO - 82 min. - feature
©Oct. 6, 1942. Released Oct. 30, 1942. Starring Pat O'Brien and George Murphy.

1943

Screen Snapshots Series 23, No. 1: Hollywood In Uniform (appearance)
Aug. 15, 1943 - Columbia - 1 reel - Screen Snapshots series
©Aug. 15, 1943.
Where Are Your Children? (lead role: Danny Cheston)
Nov. 26, 1943 - Monogram - 73 min. - Jackie Cooper feature
©Jan. 21, 1944.

1944


1945


1946

Hollywood Park (appearance)
1946

1947

Stork Bites Man (lead role: Ernest "Ernie" C. Brown)
June 21, 1947 - Comet/UA - 8 reels - Jackie Cooper feature
©Aug. 1, 1947.
Kilroy Was Here (lead role: John J. Kilroy)
July 19, 1947 - Monogram - 68 min. - Jackie Cooper & Jackie Coogan feature
©June 30, 1947.
Screen Snapshots Series 27, No. 3: Out Of This World Series (appearance)
Nov. 27, 1947 - Columbia - 1 reel - Screen Snapshots series
©Nov. 27, 1947.

1948

French Leave (lead role: Skitch Kilroy)
Apr. 11, 1948 - Monogram - 6 reels - Jackie Cooper & Jackie Coogan feature
©Apr. 11, 1948.
UK title: Kilroy On Deck. Follow-up to "Kilroy Was Here."
Kraft Television Theatre episode: The Ivory Door (undetermined role)
Nov. 17, 1948 - Thompson/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode

1949

Texaco Star Theater episode (guest appearance)
Jan. 4, 1949 - NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Hosted by Milton Berle.
The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre episode: Jinxed (undetermined role)
Jan. 17, 1949 - NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Eddie Condon's Floor Show episode (guest appearance)
Feb. 19, 1949 - NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Hosted by Carl Reiner.

1950


1951

20 Questions episode (guest appearance)
Mar. 30, 1951 - DuMont - 30 min. - TV episode
Suspense episode: Go Home Dead Man (featured role: Williams)
Apr. 3, 1951 - CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Suspense episode: Murderers' Meeting (role: murderer)
Apr. 24, 1951 - CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
This episode was titled The Meeting in TV listings.
Starlight Theatre episode: The Fascinating Mr. Hogan (undetermined role)
June 14, 1951 - CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Footlights And Kleiglights episode (guest appearance)
Aug. 1, 1951 - NBC - 15 min. - TV episode
The Clock episode: Dream Beach (undetermined role)
Aug. 3, 1951 - ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
Who Said That? episode (guest appearance)
Aug. 27, 1951 - NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

1952

Lux Video Theatre episode: Life, Liberty And Orrin Dudley (lead role: Orrin Dudley)
Feb. 18, 1952 - Thompson/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The Ken Murray Show episode (guest appearance)
Feb. 23, 1952 - CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Tales Of Tomorrow episode: The Cocoon (featured role: Tom)
Sep. 12, 1952 - Foley/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
Lux Video Theatre episode: A Message For Janice (role: Dave Carter)
Sep. 29, 1952 - Thompson/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Robert Montgomery Presents episode: The Fall Guy (undetermined role)
Oct. 13, 1952 - Neptune/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Ford Television Theatre episode: Something Old, Something New (undetermined role)
Dec. 4, 1952 - Screen Gems/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Suspense episode: The Invisible Killer (featured role: Dan Crowley)
Dec. 30, 1952 - CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

1953

Robert Montgomery Presents episode: The Outer Limit (role: Peter Graves)
Jan. 26, 1953 - Neptune/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Your Show Of Shows episode (guest appearance)
Feb. 14, 1953 - Liebman/NBC - 90 min. - TV episode
Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars episode: Big Jim's Boy (role: Bob Heywood)
Mar. 6, 1953 - Meridian/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The Name's The Same episode (appearance as guest panelist)
Apr. 21, 1953 - Goodson-Todman/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
Studio One episode: Birthright (undetermined role)
May 4, 1953 - CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Armstrong Circle Theatre episode: The Middle Son (featured role: Larry)
May 26, 1953 - NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Kraft Television Theatre episode: The Diehard (undetermined role)
July 1, 1953 - Thompson/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Revlon Mirror Theater episode: A Reputation (undetermined role)
July 28, 1953 - NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Robert Montgomery Presents episode: Private Purkey's Private Place (lead role: Pvt. Oscar Purkey)
Sep. 7, 1953 - Neptune/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Studio One episode: Hound-Dog Man (featured role: Blackie Scantling)
Sep. 28, 1953 - CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Armstrong Circle Theatre episode: Tour Of Duty (undetermined role)
Oct. 6, 1953 - NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
The Buick-Berle Show (appearance)
Oct. 13, 1953 - Berle/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Jackie played the drums in this program, performing on "I Love Paris" with Denise Darcel and Milton Berle, and on "Thou Swell" with Vic Damone, Milton Berle, Denise Darcel, and Dagmar.
Medallion Theatre episode: Gran'ma Rebel (undetermined role)
Oct. 31, 1953 - CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The Motorola Television Hour episode: Westward The Sun (undetermined role)
Nov. 17, 1953 - ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Danger episode: Towerman (undetermined role)
Nov. 24, 1953 - CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
I've Got A Secret episode (guest appearance)
Nov. 25, 1953 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Robert Montgomery Presents episode: Really The Blues (lead role: Milton "Mezz" Mezzrow)
Dec. 7, 1953 - Neptune/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Medallion Theatre episode: Twenty-Four Men In A Plane (undetermined role)
Dec. 19, 1953 - CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

1954

Leave It To The Girls episode (appearance)
Jan. 9, 1954 - ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
On Your Way episode (guest appearance)
Jan. 20, 1954 - DuMont - 30 min. - TV episode
Your Show Of Shows episode (guest appearance)
Feb. 27, 1954 - Liebman/NBC - 90 min. - TV episode
The Colgate Summer Comedy Hour episode (guest appearance)
June 6, 1954 - NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Robert Montgomery Presents episode: A Dream Of Summer (role: Maurice Gaines)
Sep. 27, 1954 - Neptune/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Masquerade Party episode (appearance as guest panelist)
Oct. 6, 1954 - Wolf/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
Pantomime Quiz episode (guest appearance)
Dec. 11, 1954 - Stokey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Pantomime Quiz episode (guest appearance)
Dec. 18, 1954 - Stokey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The Elgin Hour episode: Falling Star (role: Joe Morton)
Dec. 28, 1954 - ABC - 60 min. - TV episode

1955

Producers' Showcase episode: Yellow Jack (role: O'Hara)
Jan. 10, 1955 - Showcase/NBC - 90 min. - TV episode
General Electric Theatre episode: Yankee Peddler (role: Jeremy Bates)
Jan. 16, 1955 - Revue/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The George Gobel Show episode (guest appearance)
Jan. 29, 1955 - Gomalco/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Juvenile Jury episode (guest appearance)
Feb. 6, 1955 - Barry & Enright/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Also featuring Dickie Moore.
Justice episode: Witness For Death (undetermined role)
Feb. 10, 1955 - Talent Associaes/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Armstrong Circle Theatre episode: I Found Sixty Million Dollars (role: Charles Steen)
Feb. 15, 1955 - NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars episode: Fast Break (role: Bill Harlow/Joe Toyah)
Feb. 25, 1955 - Meridian/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 25, 1955.
Robert Montgomery Presents episode: It Depends On You (undetermined role)
Feb. 28, 1955 - Neptune/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Philco Television Playhouse episode: The Pardon-Me Boy (role: Bubbo)
May 15, 1955 - Showcase/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Tonight Starring Steve Allen episode (guest appearance)
Aug. 19, 1955 - NBC - 105 min. - TV episode
This Is Your Life episode: George Burns (appearance)
Sep. 28, 1955 - Edwards-NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Pilot (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 6, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 6, 1955, as Pilot Film.
The People's Choice episode: How Sock Met Mandy (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 13, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 13, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: The Unseating Of Councilman Sock (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 20, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 20, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: Sock Plays Cupid (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 27, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 27, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: Sock Vs. Crutcher (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 3, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 3, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: Sock's New Secretary (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 10, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 10, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: Nature Study (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 17, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 17, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: Sock Hires Mandy (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 24, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 24, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: The Parting Of Sock And Mandy (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 1, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 1, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Beauty Contest (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 8, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 8, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: Sock's Teenage Trouble (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 15, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 15, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: The Christmas Story (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 22, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 22, 1955.
The People's Choice episode: An Adventure Of Sock (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 29, 1955 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

1956

What's My Line? episode (appearance as mystery guest)
Jan. 1, 1956 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Tonight Starring Steve Allen episode (guest appearance)
Jan. 2, 1956 - NBC - 105 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Aunt Gus Leaves Sock (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 5, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 5, 1956 (in notice: 1955).
The People's Choice episode: Sock And Augie (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 12, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 12, 1956 (in notice: 1955).
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The Marriage Broker (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 19, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 19, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The Dedicated Councilman (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 26, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 26, 1956 (in notice: 1955).
The People's Choice episode: Sock Proposes To Mandy (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 2, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 2, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The Businessman (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 9, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 9, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: The Domestic Relations (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 16, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 16, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The City Father (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 23, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 23, 1956.
Robert Montgomery Presents episode: End Of Morning (role: Willy Benton)
Feb. 27, 1956 - Neptune/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The Escort (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 1, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 1, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock Strikes It Rich (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 8, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 8, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Mayor's Romance (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 15, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 15, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Syrene (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 22, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 22, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Movie Offer (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 29, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 29, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock Vs. Stone Kenyon (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 5, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 5, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Wedding Bells (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 12, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 12, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And Captain Turner (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 19, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 19, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Proxy Marriage (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 26, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 26, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The Budget Balancer (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 3, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 3, 1956.
I've Got A Secret episode (guest appearance)
May 9, 1956 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The Fund Raiser (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 10, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 10, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Lonely Hearts Club (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 17, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 17, 1956, as Sock And The Lonely Hearts.
The United States Steel Hour episode: The Old Lady Shows Her Medals (featured role)
May 23, 1956 - Theatre Guild/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Sock And Mandy's Career (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 24, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 24, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Mayor's Election (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 31, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 31, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Peoples' Pageant (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller/Chief Swooping Eagle)
June 7, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©June 7, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And Pierre's Job (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
June 14, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©June 14, 1956.
MGM Parade episode (archival)
1956 - MGM/ABC 30 min. - TV episode
Includes footage from "The Champ."
The People's Choice episode: Sock Loses A Bet (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 4, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 4, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: The Mayor Proposes (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 18, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 18, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: The Wedding Plans (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 1, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 1, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: The Bachelor Party (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 8, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 8, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock Gives Gus Away (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 15, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 15, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The Acting Mayor (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 22, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 22, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock Takes A Boarder (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 29, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 29, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Law (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 6, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 6, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock Takes The Plunge (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 13, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 13, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Mandy's Male Animal (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 20, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 20, 1956.
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The Greek God (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 27, 1956 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 27, 1956.

1957

The People's Choice episode: Sock And The Hex (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 3, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 3, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: How Sock Met Rollo (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 10, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 10, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: Sock's Secret Honeymoon (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 17, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 17, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: Sock's Bivouac (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 24, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 24, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: Sock's Master Plan (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 31, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 31, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: Sock Gets The Works (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 7, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 7, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The Perry Como Show episode (guest appearance)
Feb. 9, 1957 - NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Aunt Gus Tells All (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 14, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 14, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: Sock's Tight Squeeze (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 21, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 21, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: Almost A Father (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 28, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 28, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: The Patsy (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 7, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 7, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: The Domestics (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 14, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 14, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: Socks Out-Of-Town Job (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 21, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 21, 1957 (in notice: 1956).
The People's Choice episode: One-Ring Circus (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 28, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 28, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: Sock Goes For The Dough (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 4, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 4, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Ink Blots (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 11, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 11, 1957.
The Steve Allen Show episode (guest appearance)
Apr. 14, 1957 - Bellmeadows/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show episode (guest appearance)
Apr. 18, 1957 - Betford/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Jackie sang "Peter Cottontail" with Ford in this episode.
The People's Choice episode: Paper Hangers (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 18, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 18, 1957, as Paperhangers.
The People's Choice episode: The Late Husband (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 25, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 25, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Queen And Me (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 2, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 2, 1957.
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
May 7, 1957 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
May 14, 1957 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Boomerang (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 16, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 16, 1957.
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
May 21, 1957 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: The Hot Certificate (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 23, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 23, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Sophisticates (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 30, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 30, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: Sock, The Matchmaker (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
June 6, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©June 6, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Nickel Pickle (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 3, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 3, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Giveaway (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 10, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 10, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Caveman (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 17, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 17, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Retiring Mayor (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 24, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 24, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Reluctant House Guest (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Oct. 31, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 31, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Legal Eagle (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 7, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 7, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: Barkerville (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 14, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 14, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Model House (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 21, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 21, 1957.
The Perry Como Show episode (guest appearance)
Nov. 23, 1957 - NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Movies Are Badder Than Ever (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Nov. 28, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 28, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Runaway Dog (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 5, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 5, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Good Provider (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 12, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 12, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: The Helpmate (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 19, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 19, 1957.
The People's Choice episode: Sock's Old Flame (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Dec. 26, 1957 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 26, 1957.

1958

The People's Choice episode: The Cookie Jar (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 2, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 2, 1958 (in notice: 1957).
The People's Choice episode: The Wrong Indians (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 9, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 9, 1958 (in notice: 1957).
The People's Choice episode: The Sheriff (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 16, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 16, 1958 (in notice: 1957).
The People's Choice episode: The Salted Cellar (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 23, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 23, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: Sleeping Beauty (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Jan. 30, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 30, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: Distaff Stuff (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 13, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 13, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: The Male Ego (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 20, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 20, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: The Family Way (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Feb. 27, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 27, 1958.
Studio One episode: The Fair-Haired Boy (featured role: Dave Tuttle)
Mar. 3, 1958 - NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: The Veteran (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 6, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 6, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: Cleo, Secret Dog (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 13, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 13, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: The Practical Joker (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 20, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 20, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: Little White Lies (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Mar. 27, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 27, 1958 as Sock's Daughter.
The People's Choice episode: The Tycoon (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 3, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 3, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: Sock's Lifesaver (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 10, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 10, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: Sock's Uncle (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 17, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 17, 1958.
The George Gobel Show (guest appearance)
Apr 22, 1958 - Gomalco/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Ladies' Aide (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
Apr. 24, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 24, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: Rollo Makes Good (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 1, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 1, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: The First Anniversary (director/lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 8, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 8, 1958.
The People's Choice episode: Rollo's Wedding (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 15, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 15, 1958.
I've Got A Secret episode (appearance as guest panelist)
May 21, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Missing Moolah (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 22, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 22, 1958.
Make Me Laugh episode (appearance)
May 29, 1958 - Make Me Laugh/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
The People's Choice episode: Daisies Won't Tell (lead role: Socrates "Sock" Miller)
May 29, 1958 - Norden/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 29, 1958.
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
June 3, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
June 10, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
June 17, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Tonight Starring Jack Paar episode (appearance)
June 20, 1958 - NBC - 105 min. - TV episode
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
July 8, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The Steve Lawrence-Eydie Gormé Show (appearance)
July 13, 1958 - NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Keep Talking episode (appearance)
Aug. 19, 1958 - Wolf/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The Steve Lawrence-Eydie Gormé Show (appearance)
Aug. 24, 1958 - NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
Aug. 26, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
Sep. 16, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Jazz Party (guest appearance)
Sep. 18, 1958 - WNTA-TV/NTA - 90 min. - TV episode
Jackie played the drums on "This Can't Be Love" and "Pennies From Heaven."
Arthur Godfrey And His Friends episode (guest appearance)
Sep. 23, 1958 - CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
The United States Steel Hour episode: Mid-Summer (featured role: Val Barton)
Oct. 8, 1958 - Theatre Guild/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
Oct. 21, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Pursuit episode: Free Ride (undetermined role)
Oct. 29, 1958 - CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom episode (appearance)
Oct. 30, 1958 - Cooga Mooga/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
The Steve Allen Show episode (guest appearance)
Nov. 23, 1958 - Bellmeadows Enterprises/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Jackie sang on this program.
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
Dec. 2, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
Dec. 9, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
I've Got A Secret episode (guest appearance)
Dec. 10, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Keep Talking episode (appearance as guest host)
Dec. 14, 1958 - Wolf/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
To Tell The Truth episode (appearance as celebrity panelist)
Dec. 16, 1958 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The DuPont Show Of The Month episode: The Hasty Heart (undetermined role)
Dec. 18, 1958 - Talent Associates/CBS - 90 min. - TV episode
Goodyear Theatre episode: Curtain Call (featured role: Chris Shade)
Dec. 22, 1958 - Briskin/Screen Gems/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

1959

Oldsmobile Music Theatre episode: A Nice Place To Hide (appearance)
Mar. 26, 1959 - NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom episode (guest appearance)
Apr. 23, 1959 - Cooga Mooga/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
Hennesey episode: Pilot (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Sep. 28, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Sep. 28, 1959, as Hennesey.
The Arthur Murray Party episode (guest appearance)
Sep. 28, 1959 - NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
Hennesey episode: Hennesey Meets Honeyboy (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 5 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 5, 1959.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey Meets Harvey Spencer Blair III (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 12, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 12, 1959.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey And Peyton Place (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 19, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 19, 1959.
Hennesey episode: Shore Patrol (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 26, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 26, 1959.
Hennesey episode: Pork Chops And Apple Sauce (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 2, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 2, 1959.
Hennesey episode: Harvey Blair Returns (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 16, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 16, 1959, as Harvey Blair Returns (The Return Of Harvey Spencer Blair).
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show episode (guest appearance)
Nov. 22, 1959 - Sewanee/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Hennesey episode: Hennesey Meets Mrs. Horatio Grief (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 23, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 23, 1959.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey Goes Home (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 30, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 30, 1959.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey And The Lady Doctor (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 7, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 7, 1959.
Hennesey episode: The Baby Sitter (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 14, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 14, 1959.
Hennesey episode: The Christmas Show (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 21, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 21, 1959.
Hennesey episode: The Matchmaker (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 28, 1959 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 28, 1959.

1960

Hennesey episode: More Of Harvey Spencer Blair (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 4, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 4, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Space Man (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 11, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 11, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey Joins The Marines (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 18, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 18, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey Meets Fuji (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 25, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 25, 1960, as Hennesey Meets Fuji (Hennesey Meets Tojo).
Hennesey episode: Hello, Cobra Leader (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 1, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 8, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey And The Ancient Vehicle (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 8, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 1, 1960.
The Revlon Revue episode (appearance)
Feb. 11, 1960 - CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Hennesey episode: Dr. Blair Again (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 15, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 15, 1960.
Hennesey episode: The Annapolis Man (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 22, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 22, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey Meets Mr. Wilkins (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 29, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 29, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Senior Nurse (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 14, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 14, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Scarlet Woman In White (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 21, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 21, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Angel Face (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 28, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 28, 1960.
Hennesey episode: What Is Dr. Blair (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 4, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 4, 1960.
Hennesey episode: We're Glad It's You (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 11, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 11, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Calling Dr. King (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 18, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 18, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Which One Is Wagner? (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 25, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 25, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Big Brother (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
May 2, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 2, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Bonjour, Mr. Hennesey (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
May 9, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 9, 1960.
About Faces (appearance)
May 24, 1960 - Edwards/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
The 12th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (appearance)
June 20, 1960 - ATAS/NBC - TV special
Hennesey episode: Hail To The Chief (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 3, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 3, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Tell It To The Chaplain (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 10, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 10, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey à La Gunn (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 17, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 17, 1960, as Hennesey at la Gunn.
The United States Steel Hour episode: Step On The Gas (appearance)
Oct. 19, 1960 - Theatre Guild/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Hennesey episode: The Marriage Of Dr. Blair (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 24, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 24, 1960.
Hennesey episode: The Captain's Dilemma (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 31, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 31, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Miss San Diego Navy (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 7, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 7, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey And The Submarine (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 14, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 14, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Come Home, Dr. Rogers (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 28, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 28, 1960.
Hennesey episode: Harvey's Horse (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 5, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 5, 1960.
Hennesey episode: The Underfed Fullback (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 12, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 12, 1960.
Hennesey episode: The Reunion (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 26, 1960 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 26, 1960.

1961

Hennesey episode: The Hat (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 2, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 2, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Stutterer (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 9, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 9, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Promotion (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 16, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 16, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Specialist (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 23, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 23, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Harvey Spencer Blair And His Electric Money Machine (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 30, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 31, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey Vs. Crandall (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 6, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 6, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Join The Navy, Please (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 13, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 13, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Apartment (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 20, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 20, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Max Remembers Papa (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 27, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 27, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Novelist (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 6, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 6, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Harvey's Doll (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 13, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 13, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Wedding (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 27, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 27, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Green-Eyed Monster (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 3, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 3, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Admiral And Son (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 10, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 10, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Nogoodnik (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 17, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 17, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Harvey's Pad (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 24, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 24, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Patient Vanishes (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
May 1, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 1, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Shore Patrol Revisited (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
May 8, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 8, 1961.
Hennesey episode: A Star Is Born (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
May 15, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 15, 1961.
Hennesey episode: His Honor, Dr. Blair (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
May 22, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 22, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Signover (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
June 5, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 29, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Gossip Go-Round (producer/director/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Sep. 25, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Sep. 25, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Holdout (producer/director/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 2, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 2, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Welcome Home, Dr. Blair (producer/director/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 9, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 9, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Cohen Mutiny (producer/director/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 16, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 16, 1961.
Hennesey episode: My Daughter, The Nurse (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 23, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 23, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Aunt Sarah (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Oct. 30, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Oct. 30, 1961.
The Gertrude Berg Show episode: Mrs. G. Meets Dr. Hennesey (supporting role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 1, 1961 - Four Star/Jahfa/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 1, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Get Me Clyde Dingle (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 13, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 13, 1961.
Everything's Ducky (supporting role: Lt. J.S. Parmell)
prem. Nov. 1961 - Barbroo/Columbia - 80 min. - Mickey Rooney & Buddy Hackett feature
©Oct. 15, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Professional Sailor (producer/director/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 20, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 20, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Aloha, Doctor Hennesey (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Nov. 27, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Nov. 27, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Remember Pearl Harbor (producer/director/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 4, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 4, 1961.
Hennesey episode: The Sightseers (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 11, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 11, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Going Home (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 18, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 18, 1961.
The Donna Reed Show episode: A Very Bright Boy (director)
Dec. 21, 1961 - Todon/Screen Gems/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 14, 1961.
Hennesey episode: Santa Hits Harvey (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Dec. 25, 1961 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 25, 1961.

1962

Hennesey episode: The Man In The Crow's Nest (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 1, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 1, 1962.
The New March Of Dimes Presents: The Scene Stealers (appearance)
Jan. 6, 1962 - 60 min. - TV special​
Hennesey episode: Hysteresis Synchronous Can Be Fun (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 8, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 8, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Harvey And The Ring (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 15, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 15, 1962.
Password episode (appearance as celebrity contestant)
Jan. 16, 1962 - Goodson-Todman/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Hennesey episode: Little Girl (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 22, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 22, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Tight Quarters (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Jan. 29, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 29, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Close Enough For Jazz (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 5, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 5, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Patti's Tune (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 12, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 12, 1962.
Hennesey episode: The Hobby (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 19, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 19, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Harvey's Pills (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Feb. 26, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Feb. 26, 1962.
The Writers Guild Awards (appearance)
Mar. 21, 1962 - CBS - TV special
Hennesey episode: The Bicep Caper (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 5, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 5, 1962.
Hennesey episode: The Old Pro (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 12, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 12, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Big Bertha (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 19, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 19, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Buttons And Bones (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Mar. 26, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 26, 1962.
Hennesey episode: No Down Payment (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 2, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 2, 1962.
Hennesey episode: The Best Man (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 9, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 9, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Calling Doctor Good-Deed (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 16, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 16, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Hennesey Meets Soupy Sales (producer/director/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 23, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 23, 1962.
Hennesey episode: Martha (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
Apr. 30, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 30, 1962.
Hennesey episode: I Thee Wed (producer/lead role: Lt. Charles "Chick" Hennesey, MD)
May 7, 1962 - Cooper/Hennesey/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 7, 1962.
Charley Angelo (producer)
Aug. 26, 1962 - 30 min. - TV pilot
The Dick Powell Theatre episode: Special Assignment (supporting role: Judd Rogers)
Sep. 25, 1962 - Four Star/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
©Sep. 25, 1962.
Ensign O'Toole episode: Operation: Brooklyn (director)
Dec. 23, 1962 - Four Star-Lederer/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Dec. 23, 1962.

1963

The Dick Powell Theatre episode: Thunder In A Forgotten Town (uncredited producer/role: John Reardon)
Mar. 5, 1963 - Four Star/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
©Mar. 5, 1963.
The Dick Powell Theatre episode: The Last Of The Big Spenders (appearance as host)
Apr. 16, 1963 - Four Star/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 16, 1963.
Hollywood Without Make-Up (archival)
1963 - Filmaster - 50 min. - documentary
The Danny Kaye Show episode (appearance)
Sep. 25, 1963 - Dena/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
©Sep. 21, 1963.
The Great Adventure episode: The Hunley (featured role: Lt. Dickson)
Sep. 27, 1963 - CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
©Sep. 24, 1963.

1964

The Danny Kaye Show episode (guest appearance)
Jan. 15, 1964 - Dena/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 12, 1964.
Hollywood And The Stars episode: Hollywood Goes To War
Jan. 27, 1964 - Wolper/UA -NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©Jan. 13, 1964.
The Twilight Zone episode: Caesar And Me (lead role: Jonathan West/voice of Caesar)
Apr. 10, 1964 - Cayuga/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
©Apr. 6, 1964.
Hollywood And The Stars episode: The Wild And Wonderful Thirties (archival)
May 4, 1964 - Wolper/UA/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
©May 18, 1964.
Calhoun: County Agent (co-producer/lead role: Everett Calhoun)
unaired - Cooper/UA/CBS - TV pilot
Filmed in 1963. This experience went pretty disastrously, as the original script was widely considered to be very poor, leading Cooper to find somebody for a rewrite. UA insisted that the original script be used, and the results were unsuccessful. One of the writers of the original script, Merle Miller, published a book in 1966 called Only You, Dick Daring, which gave his own, largely fictitious, account of this experience.

1965


1966

Dodge White Hat (executive producer)
Sep. 1966 - Screen Gems - short
Starring Brenda Lee Meinsenheimer.
Hawk episode: Do Not Mutilate Or Spindle (producer)
Sep. 8, 1966 - Robinson/Screen Gems/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode

1967


1968

The 20th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (appearance)
May 19, 1968 - ATAS/NBC - TV special
Shadow On The Land (featured role: Lt. Col. Andy Davis)
Dec. 4, 1968 - Screen Gems/ABC - 100 min. - TV movie

1969

Philbin's People episode (guest appearance)
Aug. 23, 1969 - 60 min. - TV episode
It's Your Bet episode (appearance as celebrity contestant)
Dec. 15, 1969 - Andrews/Meredith/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode

1970

The Dick Cavett Show episode (guest appearance)
June 16, 1970 - Daphne/Rollins-Joffe/ABC - 90 min. - TV episode
The David Frost Show episode (guest appearance)
Sep. 28, 1970 - Group W/King World - 90 min. - TV episode
The Merv Griffin Show episode (guest appearance)
Nov. 2, 1970 - Griffin - 60 min. - TV episode

1971

Maybe I'll Come Home In The Spring (supporting role: Ed Miller)
Feb. 16, 1971 - MPC/ABC - 74 min. - TV movie
Also known as Deadly Desire and Maybe I'll Be Home In The Spring.
It's Your Bet episode (appearance as celebrity contestant)
Apr. 26, 1971 - Andrews/MC - 30 min. - TV episode
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (guest appearance)
May 11, 1971 - NBC - 90 min. - TV episode
The Students Are Coming (director)
1971 - Cooper-Finkel - TV pilot
The year is according to Jackie himself.
What's Up, America? (director)
1971 - TV pilot
The year is according to Jackie himself. This eventually became a series in 1979.
The Mike Douglas Show (guest appearance)
July 26, 1971 - Group W/Westinghouse - 60 min. - TV episode
It Was A Very Good Year episode: The Year 1932 (appearance)
Aug. 2, 1971 - Landsburg/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
The Love Machine (supporting role: Danton Miller)
prem. Aug. 6, 1971 - Sujac/Frankovich/Columbia - 108 min. - feature
Released Aug. 27, 1971. Also starring Dyan Cannon, Robert Ryan and David Hemmings.
Mantrap episode (guest appearance)
Aug. 27, 1971 - Clark - 30 min. - TV episode
Password episode (appearance as celebrity contestant)
Aug. 30, 1971 - Peak/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
Hawaii Five-O episode: The Burning Ice (featured role: Dr. Alexander Southmore)
Nov. 9, 1971 - Freeman/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode

1972

The Astronaut (featured role: Kurt Anderson)
Jan. 8, 1972 - Universal/ABC - 73 min. - TV movie
Also starring Monte Markham, Richard Anderson, and Robert Lansing.
The Merv Griffin Show episode: Salute To Don Rickles (guest appearance)
Jan. 11, 1972 - Griffin - 30 min. - TV episode
This Is Your Life episode: Don Rickles (appearance)
Jan. 12, 1972 - Edwards - 30 min. - TV episode
Keep The Faith (director)
Apr. 14, 1972 - CBS - 30 min. - TV pilot
Stand Up And Be Counted (director/uncredited role: doctor)
May 12, 1972 - Franchovich/Columbia - 99 min.
Filmed in Eastmancolor. Starring Jacqueline Bisset, Stella Stevens, Steve Lawrence, Gary Lockwood and Lee Purcell.
The Mike Douglas Show (guest appearance)
July 17, 1972 - Group W/Westinghouse - 60 min. - TV episode
McCloud episode: The New Mexican Connection (featured role: Winn Hollis)
Oct. 1, 1972 - Universal/NBC - 90 min. - TV episode
Aired on The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie.
Ironside episode: The Countdown (role: Dr. Norman)
Nov. 23, 1972 - Harbour/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Ghost Story episode: Cry Of The Cat (role: Dumpy Doyle)
Nov. 24, 1972 - Castle/Screen Gems/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode

1973

M*A*S*H episode: The Ringbanger (director)
Jan. 21, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
M*A*S*H episode: Dear Dad, Again (director)
Feb. 4, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
M*A*S*H episode: Showtime (director)
Mar. 25, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
It's Your Bet episode (appearance as celebrity contestant)
Mar. 26, 1973 - Andrews/MC/Rhodes - 30 min. - TV episode
Hollywood's Talking episode (guest appearance)
Apr. 2, 1973 - Barry/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Of Men And Women (role: Ted)
May 6, 1973 - Warner Bros./ABC - 60 min. - TV special
A pilot for an anthology series. Cooper appeared in the segment "Hot Machine, Cold Machine."
Keep An Eye On Denise (featured role)
June 19, 1973 - Screen Gems/CBS - 30 min. - TV movie
Presumably a TV pilot.
M*A*S*H episode: Divided We Stand (director)
Sep. 15, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
M*A*S*H episode: Radar's Report (director)
Sep. 29, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
M*A*S*H episode: For The Good Of The Outfit (director)
Oct. 6, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
The F.B.I. episode: Break-In (featured role: Harlan Slade)
Oct. 7, 1973 - QM/Warner Bros./ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
M*A*S*H episode: Dr. Pierce And Mr. Hyde (director)
Oct. 13, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 93 min. - TV episode
Columbo episode: Candidate For Crime (featured role: Nelson Hayward)
Nov. 4, 1973 - Universal/NBC - 120 min. - TV episode
Aired on The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie.
M*A*S*H episode: The Sniper (director)
Nov. 17, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
M*A*S*H episode: Carry On, Hawkeye (director)
Nov. 24, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
This episode won Jackie an Emmy for Best Directing in Comedy.
M*A*S*H episode: The Incubator (director)
Dec. 1, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
M*A*S*H episode: Hot Lips And Empty Arms (director)
Dec. 15, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
M*A*S*H episode: Officers Only (director)
Dec. 22, 1973 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

1974

Kojak episode: Last Rites For A Dead Priest (supporting role: Frank Mulvaney)
Jan. 23, 1974 - Universal/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
M*A*S*H episode: The Chosen People (director)
Jan. 26, 1974 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode
Hec Ramsey episode: Dead Heat (supporting role: Barney Tolliver)
Feb. 3, 1974 - Mark VII/Hec Ramsey/Universal/NBC - 90 min. - TV episode
Aired on The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie.
Police Story episode: The Hunters (supporting role: John Morrison)
Feb. 26, 1974 - Gerber/Screen Gems/NBC - 90 min. - TV episode
Doctor Dan (director/lead role: Dr. Dan Morgan)
Apr. 22, 1974 - Cooper-Finkel/Universal/NBC - 30 min. - TV pilot
Unsold television pilot originally filmed for the 1971-72 season.
The Merv Griffin Show episode (guest appearance)
May 17, 1974 - Griffin/Metromedia - 60 min. - TV episode
Chosen Survivors (featured role: Raymond Couzins)
prem. May 22, 1974 - MPC/Alpine/Churubusco/Columbia - 99 min.
Released May 24, 1974. Filmed in Mexico. Also starring Alex Cord, Richard Jaeckel, Bradford Dillman, Pedro Armendáriz, Jr., and Diana Muldaur.
ABC Late Night episode: That's Entertainment: 50 Years Of MGM (appearance)
May 29, 1974 - ABC Circle/Daphne/Desilu/ABC - 90 min. - TV episode
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson episode (guest appearance)
June 3, 1974 - NBC - 90 min. - TV episode
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 1 (co-host)
June 6, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
IMDb lists episodes 1 thru 4, as well as episodes 7 and 8, with 1 and 8 being the first and last. This doesn't jibe well with the actual listings in the newspapers, however. IMDb gets the dates of the first and last episodes correct, June 6th and August 15th, but it turns out that 10 episodes were aired during this stretch. The one date in which the series was pre-empted was August 1st.
Lily (producer)
June 12, 1974 - Cooper-Finkel/NBC - 30 min. - TV pilot
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 2 (co-host)
June 13, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 3 (co-host)
June 20, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 4 (co-host)
June 27, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 5 (co-host)
July 4, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 6 (co-host)
July 11, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 7 (co-host)
July 18, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 8 (co-host)
July 25, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 9 (co-host)
Aug. 8, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
The Dean Martin Comedy World episode 10 (co-host)
Aug. 15, 1974 - Garison/NBC - 60 min. - TV series
The Day The Earth Moved (featured role: Steve Barker)
Sep. 18, 1974 - ABC Circle/ABC - 75 min. - TV movie
Police Story episode: Robbery: 48 Hours (lead role: Lt. Bruckner)
Sep. 24, 1974 - Gerber/Columbia/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Mary Tyler Moore Show episode: You Sometimes Hurt The One You Hate (director)
Sep. 28, 1974 - MTM/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

1975

Second Start (director)
early 1975 - MTM/NBC - 30 min. - TV episode
This was the pilot for "The Bob Crane Show." It doesn't appear that this particular episode aired.
The Rockford Files episode: Aura Lee, Farewell (director)
Jan. 3, 1975 - Huggins-Public Arts/Cherokee/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Rockford Files episode: Counter Gambit (director)
Jan. 24, 1975 - Huggins-Public Arts/Cherokee/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Rockford Files episode: Claire (role: Capt. Highland)
Jan. 31, 1975 - Huggins-Public Arts/Cherokee/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Rockford Files episode: Say Goodbye To Jennifer (director)
Feb. 7, 1975 - Huggins-Public Arts/Cherokee/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Brother Can You Spare A Dime (archival)
Mar. 23, 1975 - Goodtimes/VPS - 103 min. - TV documentary
The date given was the TV premiere in the UK. It was released to theaters in the UK on Mar. 27, 1975.
The Invisible Man (supporting role: Walter Carlson)
May 6, 1975 - Silverton/Universal/NBC - 90 min. - TV movie
This served as the pilot for the TV series. For the remaining episodes, Jackie's role was played by Craig Stevens.
The Last Detail (director)
1975 - TV pilot
The year is according to Jackie himself.
Journey Into Fear (role: Eric Hurst)
Aug. 8, 1975 - New World/Stirling Gold - 100 min. - feature
Also known as Burn Out. Starring Sam Waterson, Zero Mostel, Yvette Mimeux, Scott Marlowe, Ian McShane, Joseph Wiseman, Shelley Winters, Stanlay Holloway, Donald Pleasance and Vincent Price.
Mobile Two (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Sep. 2, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 90 min. - TV movie
This was the pilot for "Mobile One."
Mobile One episode: The Informant (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Sep. 12, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: The Pawn (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Sep. 19, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: Roadblock (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Sep. 26, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: The Bank Job (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Oct. 3, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: The Reporter (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Oct. 10, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: Not By Accident (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Oct. 17, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: Californium 252 (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Oct. 27, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: The Crusader (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Nov. 3, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast episode: Evel Knievel (appearance)
Nov. 11, 1975 - Garrison/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: The Middle Man (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Nov. 17, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: The Boxer (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Dec. 1, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: The Listening Ear (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Dec. 22, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Mobile One episode: Murder At Fourteen (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Dec. 29, 1975 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode

1976

Mobile One episode: Libel (lead role: Peter Campbell)
Jan. 5, 1976 - Mark VII/Universal/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Rockford Files episode: In Hazard (director)
Feb. 6, 1976 - Huggins-Public Arts/Cherokee/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Rockford Files episode: The Italian Bird Fiasco (director)
Feb. 13, 1976 - Huggins-Public Arts/Cherokee/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Police Story episode: Eamon Kinsella Royce (lead role: Eamon Kinsella Royce)
Feb. 20, 1976 - Gerber/Columbia/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
SNAFU (director)
1976 - TV pilot
The year is according to Jackie himself.
Holmes And Yo-Yo episode: Pilot (producer/director)
Sep. 25, 1976 - Heyday/Universal/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
Baa Baa Black Sheep episode: Prisoners Of War (director)
Oct. 12, 1976 - Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Baa Baa Black Sheep episode: Anyone For Suicide? (director)
Nov. 23, 1976 - Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
McMillan episode: All Bets Off (director)
Dec. 5, 1976 - Talent-Simon/Universal/NBC - 90 min. - TV episode​
Aired on The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie.

1977

Baa Baa Black Sheep episode: Five The Hard Way (director)
Feb. 1, 1977 - Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Police Story episode: The Blue Fog (lead role: Jack McGraw)
Feb. 1, 1977 - Gerber/Columbia/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Baa Baa Black Sheep episode: The Last Mission Over Sengai (director)
Feb. 8, 1977 - Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Baa Baa Black Sheep episode: Poor Little Lambs (director)
Feb. 22, 1977 - Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Mike Douglas Show (guest appearance)
Mar. 9, 1977 - Group W/Westinghouse - 60 min. - TV episode
McMillan episode: Affair Of The Heart (director)
Mar. 20, 1977 - Talent-Simon/Universal/NBC - 90 min. - TV episode
Aired on The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie.
Quincy M.E. episode: A Good Smack In The Mouth (director)
Apr. 15, 1977 - Larson/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Quincy M.E. episode: Sullied Be Thy Name (director)
May 6, 1977 - Larson/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Feather And Father Gang episode: Murder At F-Stop II (director)
June 11, 1977 - White/Columbia/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Feather And Father Gang episode: The Mayan Connection (director)
June 25, 1977 - White/Columbia/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Feather And Father Gang episode: The Big Frame (director)
July 30, 1977 - White/Columbia/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Operation Petticoat (uncredited role: Admiral)
Sep. 4, 1977 - Heyday/Universal/ABC - 120 min. - TV movie
This served as the pilot for the TV series. The series was reissued as Life In The Pink.
Quincy M.E. episode: No Deadly Secret (director)
Sep. 16, 1977 - Larson/Universal/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Hollywood & Vine (appearance)
Nov. 1977 - FMS - 25 min. - documentary short

1978

The Rockford Files episode: The House On Willis Avenue (role: Garth McGregor)
Feb. 24, 1978 - Huggins-Public Arts//Cherokee/Universal/NBC - 120 min. - TV episode
Having Babies III (director)
Mar. 3, 1978 - Jozak/Paramount/ABC - 100 min. - TV movie
Starring Kathleen Bellar, Patty Duke, Phil Foster, and Rue McClanahan.
Perfect Gentlemen (producer/director)
Mar. 14, 1978 - Austin/Paramount/CBS - 100 min. - TV movie
Starring Lauren Bacall and Ruth Gordon.
M*A*S*H episode: Our Finest Hour (acknowledgment)
Oct. 9, 1978 - 20th Century-Fox/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Jackie is among several people given "special thanks" in the credits.
Rainbow (director)
Nov. 6, 1978 - Ten-Four/NBC - 97 min. - TV movie
Starring Andrea McArdle as Judy Garland.
Hollywood Greats episode: Judy Garland (appearance)
Aug. 24, 1978 - BBC - 70 min. - TV episode
Hollywood's Diamond Jubilee (appearance)
Nov. 11, 1978 - Cossette/CBS - 120 min. - TV special​
The White Shadow episode: Pilot (director)
Nov. 27, 1978 - Company Four/MTM/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
This episode won Jackie an Emmy for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama.
Superman (supporting role: Perry White)
prem. Dec. 10, 1978 - Dovemead/Film Export/International/Warner Bros. - 143 min. - feature
Released Dec. 15, 1978. Starring Marlon Brando and Gene Hackman. Filmed in London. Jackie's part seems to have been filmed in early 1977.
The White Shadow episode: Bonus Baby (director)
Dec. 25, 1978 - Company Four/MTM/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Rascal Dazzle (archival)
1978 - King World/Picture Scores - 93 min. - documentary feature
©1978. Seems to have debuted on TV, followed by a theatrical release in late 1979. Includes footage from "Shivering Shakespeare," "Teacher's Pet" and "Love Business."

1979

The White Shadow episode: Pregnant Pause (director)
Jan. 1, 1979 - Company Four/MTM/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
The White Shadow episode: Wanna Bet? (director)
Jan. 8, 1979 - Company Four/MTM/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
The White Shadow episode: Airball (director)
Feb. 3, 1979 - Company Four/MTM/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Fantasy Film Festival episode: Jackie Cooper (appearance as recipient)
1979 - Z Channel - 15 min. - TV documentary
The 31st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (appearance)
Sep. 9, 1979 - ATAS/ABC - TV special
Jackie's work on the pilot episode for "The White Shadow" won for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series.
Sex And The Single Parent (director)
Sep. 17, 1979 - Time-Life/CBS - 100 min. - TV movie
Trapper John, M. D. episode: Pilot (director)
Sep. 23, 1979 - Glicksman/20th Century-Fox/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Paris episode: Paris (director)
Sep. 29, 1979 - MTM/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
This was the pilot episode.

1980

During this period, Jackie was considered for a small role in Jim Henson's "The Great Muppet Caper." Jack Warden was ultimately chosen for the role.

Marathon (director)
Jan. 30, 1980 - Landsburg/CBS - 100 min. - TV movie
Starring Bob Newhart.
White Mama (director)
Mar. 5, 1980 - Tomorrow/CBS - 105 min. - TV movie
Starring Bette Davis.
Rodeo Girl (director)
Sep. 17, 1980 - Marble Arch/Steckler/CBS - 96 min. - TV movie
Starring Katherine Ross.
The Making Of Superman (presumed appearance)
Oct. 31, 1980 - ABC
Superman II (supporting role: Perry White)
prem. Dec. 4, 1980 - Dovemead/Film Expert/International/Warner Bros. - 127 min. - feature
Released June 19, 1981. Starring Gene Hackman and Christopher Reeve. Alternately released as Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut, which was 115 min., and released Nov. 28, 2006, on home video.

1981

Tomorrow Coast To Coast episode (guest appearance)
Apr. 13, 1981 - NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
Leave 'Em Laughing (director)
Apr. 29, 1981 - Fries/CBS - 98 min. - TV movie
Starring Mickey Rooney.

1982

Hollywood's Children (archival)
Feb. 24, 1982 - Wombat/Janson - TV special
Hollywood: The Gift Of Laughter (archival)
May 16, 1982 - Wolper/Haley/MPA/ABC - 135 min. - TV special
Family In Blue (director)
June 10, 1982 - CBS - 60 min. - TV pilot
The Making Of "Superman: The Movie" (appearance)
Aug. 14, 1982 - Dovemead/Film Export/PBS - 60 min. - TV documentary
The date given is the earliest PBS broadcast I could find for this. IMDb states that this documentary comes from 1980, but I strongly suspect that they're conflating two separate documentaries. Newspapers.com shows a glut of TV listings for August 1982, plus a couple more for January 1982, but the latter might be the 1980 version, as it's not a PBS broadcast.
Moonlight (co-director)
Sep. 14, 1982 - Universal/CBS - 96 min. - TV movie
Jackie and co-director Rod Holcomb collectively took the name "Alan Smithee."
Rosie: The Rosemary Clooney Story (producer/director)
Dec. 8, 1982 - Sacks/Fries/CBS - 100 min. - TV movie
Starring Sondra Locke and Tony Orlando.

1983

Today (appearance)
June 8, 1983 - NBC - 120 min. - TV episode
Superman III (supporting role: Perry White)
June 17, 1983 - Dovemead/Cantharus/Warner Bros. - 125 min.
Starring Christopher Reeve and Richard Pryor.
Hollywood Out-takes And Rare Footage (archival)
1983 - Manhattan Madness/RCA-Columbia - 83 min. - video
Son Of Video Yesterbloop (archival)
1983 - 54 min. - video
The Making Of "Superman II" (appearance)
July 17, 1983 - Dovemead - 52 min. - TV documentary
Listed for 1982 in IMDb, but a search of TV listings seems to point to the following year.

1984

The Making Of "Superman III" (appearance)
Jan. 1, 1984 - Dovemead/Cantharus/ABC - 48 min.
No Earthly Reason (featured role: J. Nash Hawkins)
Apr. 3, 1984 - 30 min. - TV pilot
Costarring Sam Bottoms and Elinor Donahue.
The 56th Annual Academy Awards (appearance as presenter)
Apr. 9, 1984 - AMPAS/ABC - TV special
Jackie, along with Spanky McFarland, presented Hal Roach with an honorary award.
Ticket To Hollywood (host/narrator)
May 1, 1984 - Forsher - documentary
A search through newspapers.com yields several TV airings in late 1984, but they often give the year 1980 as the release date, and sometimes 1983. A search through those earlier years doesn't reveal anything.
Our Gang: Inside The Clubhouse (appearance/archival)
May 8, 1984 - Lang/Camellia City Telecasters - 93 mins. - TV documentary
Jackie was interviewed for this documentary. Includes footage from "Shivering Shakespeare," "When The Wind Blows," "Teacher's Pet," "School's Out" and "Love Business."
Glitter episode: Pilot (director)
Sep. 13, 1984 - Spelling/ABC - 120 min. - TV episode
Hour Magazine episode (appearance)
Nov. 26, 1984 - Group W - 60 min. - TV episode
The Night They Saved Christmas (director)
Dec. 13, 1984 - Halmi/ABC - 92 min. - TV movie
Starring Jaclyn Smith and Art Carney.

1985

Izzy & Moe (director)
Sep. 23, 1985 - Halmi/CBS - 92 min. - TV movie
Starring Jackie Gleason and Art Carney.

1986

St. Elsewhere episode: Time Heals: Part 2 (role: Dr. David Domedion)
Feb. 20, 1986 - MTM/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
The Disney Sunday Movie episode: The Deacon Street Deer (director)
May 18, 1986 - Disney/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Aired as a double feature with "Fuzzbucket."
Classic Comedy Teams (archival)
1986 - Bergamn-Harris/Movietime/GoodTimes - video documentary
Includes footage from "School's Out."
The 38th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (appearance)
Sep. 21, 1986 - ATAS/NBC - 180 min. - TV special
Murder, She Wrote episode: Death Stalks The Big Top: Part 1 (role: Carl Schulman/Neil Fletcher)
Sep. 28, 1986 - Universal/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Sledge Hammer! episode: Witless (director)
Oct. 3, 1986 - Spencer/D'Angelo/New World/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
Murder, She Wrote episode: Death Stalks The Big Top: Part 2 (role: Carl Schulman/Neil Fletcher)
Oct. 5, 1986 - Universal/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Sledge Hammer! episode: All Shook Up (director/uncredited bit role: audience member)
Nov. 7, 1986 - Spencer/D'Angelo/New World/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

1987

Ohara episode: Toshi (director)
Feb. 14, 1987 - Imagine/Warner Bros./ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Cagney & Lacey episode: Special Treatment (director)
Mar. 16, 1987 - Orion/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Spies episode: Who Do You Trust? (director)
Mar. 17, 1987 - Lorimar/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Magnum, P.I. episode: Limbo (director)
Apr. 15, 1987 - Belisarius/Larson/Universal/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Sledge Hammer! episode: The Spa Who Loved Me (director)
Apr. 28, 1987 - Spencer/D'Angelo/New World/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
The Ladies (producer/director)
June 26, 1987 - Friendly/Paramount - 100 min. - TV movie
Starring Patricia Elliott and Talia Balsam.
Superman IV: The Quest For Peace (supporting role: Perry White)
prem. July 23, 1983 - Cannon/Golan-Globus/Warner Bros. - 90 min. - feature
Released July 24, 1983. Starring Christopher Reeve and Gene Hackman.
Surrender (role: Ace Morgan)
prem. Oct. 8, 1987 - Cannon/Warner Bros. - 105 min. - feature
Released Oct. 9, 1987. Starring Sally Field, Michael Caine and Steve Guttenberg.
The Law And Harry McGraw episode: Rappaport's Back In Town (director)
Oct. 27, 1987 - Universal/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Sledge Hammer! episode: Dressed To Call (director)
Nov. 5, 1987 - Spencer/New World/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode
Cagney & Lacey episode: Video Verite (director)
Nov. 9, 1987 - Orion/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Magnum, P.I. episode: Forever In Time (director)
Nov. 11, 1987 - Belisarius/Larson/Universal/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
The Law And Harry McGraw episode: Solve It Again, Harry (director)
Nov. 17, 1987 - Universal/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode

1988

Cagney & Lacey episode: Shadow Of A Doubt (director)
Jan. 26, 1988 - Orion/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Cagney & Lacey episode: School Daze (director)
Feb. 16, 1988 - Orion/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Supercarrier episode: All In The Game (director)
Mar. 13, 1988 - Fries/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Superman 50th Anniversary (acknowledgment)
June 5, 1988 - Guber-Peters/CBS - 60 min. - TV special
Jackie is among several people given acknowledgment in the credits.
Going Hollywood: The War Years (appearance)
June 6, 1988 - Castle Hill/Disney Channel - 106 min. - TV special
This Is Your Life episode: Mickey Rooney (appearance)
Oct. 19, 1988 - Thames/ITV - 30 min. - TV episode
Jackie appears in a filmed tribute.
Superboy episode: The Beast And Beauty (director)
Nov. 19, 1988 - Salkind/Cantharus - 30 min. - TV episode
Simon & Simon episode: Play It Again, Simon (director)
Dec. 17, 1988 - Universal/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode

1989

For Jenny With Love (role: J. Nash Hawkins)
Jan. 20, 1989 - TV episode
IMDb lists this as a TV series, but details only one episode. Jackie isn't listed for the episode, so presumably appeared in one or more of the others.
Superboy episode: The Invisible People (director)
Jan. 21, 1989 - Salkind/Cantharus - 30 min. - TV episode
Superboy episode: Kryptonite Kills (director)
Jan. 28, 1989 - Salkind/Cantharus - 30 min. - TV episode
Simon & Simon episode: Photo Finished (director)
Mar. 21, 1989 - Universal/CBS - 60 min. - TV episode
Jake And The Fatman episode: Side By Side (director)
May 17, 1989 - Hargrove/Silverman/Viacom/CBS - 120 min. - TV episode
Jake And The Fatman episode: Snowfall (director)
May 24, 1989 - Hargrove/Silverman/Viacom/CBS - 120 min. - TV episode
Hollywood Chronicles (host)
1989 - Facets/Discovery Channel - 30 min. - TV series
This series of 26 episodes debuted in October 1989 and continued well into 1990.
When We Were Young…: Growing Up On The Silver Screen (appearance)
Dec. 2, 1989 - WTTW/PBS - 120 min. - TV documentary

1990

Capital News episode: Finished? Not Dunne (role: John C. Dodd)
Apr. 16, 1990 - MTM/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Capital News episode: Blues For Mr. White (role: John C. Dodd)
Apr. 23, 1990 - MTM/ABC - 60 min. - TV episode
Best Of 50's Comedy (archival)
Sep. 28, 1990 - Dalton/Brentwood - 30 min. - video

1991

Memories Of M*A*S*H (acknowledgment)
Nov. 25, 1991 - CBS - 90 min. - TV special
Jackie was among several people who received "special thanks" in the credits.

1992

MGM: When The Lion Roars episode: The Lion's Roar (appearance)
Mar. 22, 1992 - Point Blank/Turner/TNT - 122 min. - TV episode
MGM: When The Lion Roars episode: The Lion Reigns Supreme (appearance)
Mar. 23, 1992 - Point Blank/Turner/TNT - 121 min. - TV episode
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson episode (archival)
May 22, 1992 - Carson/NBC - 60 min. - TV episode
This was the final episode featuring Carson, and featured clips of previous shows.

1993

Lucy And Desi: A Home Movie (archival)
Feb. 14, 1993 - NBC - 108 min. - TV special
Jackie appears as himself in home movie footage.
The 45th Annual Directors Guild Awards (appearance)
Mar. 6, 1993 - NBC - TV special
Biography episode: Bing Crosby: America's Crooner (appearance)
Dec. 14, 1993 - Archive/Millennial/A&E - 60 min. - TV episode

1994

Hal Roach: Hollywood's King Of Laughter (appearance)
Apr. 7, 1994 - RHI/Disney Channel - 49 min. - TV documentary
Includes footage from "Bear Shooters," "Teacher's Pet" and "Love Business."
The Our Gang Story (archival)
1994 - Film Shows/GoodTimes - 120 min. - video documentary
Includes footage from "The First Seven Years," "Bear Shooters," "School's Out," "The Champ" and "Hennesey."

1995

Biography episode: Mickey Rooney: Hollywood's Little Giant (archival)
May 15, 1995 - A&E - 60 min. - TV episode
The First 100 Years: A Celebration Of American Movies (appearance)
June 5, 1995 - AFI/Calliope/HBO - 90 min. - TV documentary
Inside The Dream Factory (appearance)
Nov. 1, 1995 - TCM - 68 min. - TV documentary

1996

1997

Sports On The Silver Screen (appearance)
Mar. 16, 1997 - HBO - 85 min. - TV documentary
Biography episode: Judy Garland: Beyond The Rainbow (appearance)
Mar. 23, 1997 - Jones/A&E - 60 min. - TV episode

1999

Biography episode: The Nicholas Brothers: Flying High (archival)
Feb. 23, 1999 - A&E - 60 min. - TV episode

2000

Without Lying Down: Frances Marion And The Power Of Women In Hollywood (appearance)
Aug. 3, 2000 - Chaise Lounge/UCLA/TCM - 60 min. - TV documentary
Child Stars: Their Story (appearance)
Sep. 4, 2000 - A&E - 100 min. - TV documentary

2001

Taking Flight: The Development Of "Superman" (archival)
May 1, 2001 - Warner - 30 min. - video documentary short
Includes footage from "Superman."
Lana Turner… A Daughter's Memoir (appearance)
Oct. 1, 2001 - Soapbox/TCM - 86 min. - TV documentary

2002

Added Attractions: The Hollywood Shorts Story (archival)
Feb. 5, 2002 - Jones/TCM - 89 min. - TV documentary
Includes footage from "School's Out."
8th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (archival)
Mar. 10, 2002 - Margolis/SAG/TNT - 120 min. - TV special
E! True Hollywood Story episode: Curse Of The Little Rascals (archival)
Nov. 24, 2002 - E! Entertainment Television - 60 min. - TV documentary

2004

Checking Out: Grand Hotel (archival)
Feb. 3, 2004 - Fitzfilm/Warner - 12 min. - video documentary short
Includes footage from "The Champ."
American Masters episode: Judy Garland: By Myself (appearance)
Feb. 25, 2004 - WNET/PBS - 116 min. - TV documentary
Ziegfeld Girl Intro (archival)
Apr. 6, 2004 - Fitzfilm/Warner - video documentary short

2005

The White Shadow: More Than Basketball (appearance)
Nov. 8, 2005 - Co-X/20th Century-Fox - video documentary

2006

Look, Up In The Sky! The Amazing Story Of Superman (appearance)
June 12, 2006 - Bad Hat Harry/Prometheus/Warner Bros. - 115 min. - TV documentary
You Will Believe: The Cinematic Saga Of Superman (appearance)
Nov. 28, 2006 - New Wave Entertainment/Warner Home Video - 89 min. - video documentary

2009


2011

Special Collector's Edition episode: ¿Quién puede matar a un niño? (acknowledgment)
May 11, 2011 - ADJ/PLC 16 min. - video episode
This was made "in memory of" Jackie Cooper, among several others.
Superman: Requiem (acknowledgment)
prem. Nov. 7, 2011 - Eagle House/Cupsogue - 82 min. - feature
Released Nov. 11, 2011. Along with Christopher Reeve, this film was made "in memory of" Jackie Cooper.

2012

The 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (archival)
Jan. 29, 2012 - Margolis - TV special
Footage of Jackie was shown during the "In Memoriam" segment.
The 84th Annual Academy Awards (archival)
Feb. 26, 2012 - AMPAS/Imagine/ABC - 157 min. - TV special
Footage of Jackie was shown during the Memorial Tribute.

2018

America In Color episode: Hollywood's Golden Age (archival)
Dec. 23, 2018 - Arrow International - 60 min. - TV documentary episode

Jackie Cooper's payroll history

The following is a list of most of Jackie's history at the Roach studio, with the amounts he was making from week to week. The dates given are Saturdays, the last day of each week at the studio. The only exceptions would be Saturdays that were also holidays, in which case the Friday date is used for those weeks.

It was in May 1929 that we first encounter Jackie in the payroll ledgers.

After this, it would be about a month and a half before Jackie returned to the Roach studio.

After this, it would be about a month before Jackie worked at the Roach studio again.

For the weeks ending Sep. 21st and 28th, Jackie was listed in the payroll ledger, but didn't receive a check, as the series was between productions.

For the weeks ending Oct. 19th and 26th, Jackie was again listed in the ledger, but didn't receive a check during the interim between productions.

For the week ending Nov. 23rd, Jackie was again listed in the ledger, but didn't receive a check.

For the weeks ending Jan. 11th and 18th, Jackie again went without a paycheck.

For the week ending Feb. 22nd, Jackie again went without a paycheck.

During March, the Our Gang unit was between films, and Jackie wasn't issued any checks. Starting in April, he began to make a lower rate during interim periods.

Jackie didn't receive a check for the week ending July 19th.

Much of the week ending Dec. 20th and the entirety of the week ending Dec. 27th are missing from the payroll ledger, but filming for Bargain Day took place during this period.


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