Jules Buck



Life Events


Debut as associate producer, "The Killers", directed by Robert Siodmak


Settled in London; met Peter O'Toole


Returned to USA to live


After wife's death, moved back to Paris


Movie Clip

Love Nest (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Your Ancestors Had Excellent Taste First meeting of Frank Fay (as Paterson, though he went by another name at his previous residence) with William Lundigan and June Haver (as returned veteran Jim and wife Connie), his prospective landlords, in post-WWII Manhattan, in Love Nest, 1951, from a novel by Scott Corbett and script by I.A.L. Diamond.
Love Nest (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Are You The Janitor's Wife? Novice Manhattan landlord Connie (June Haver) greets Roberta, a.k.a. “Bobbie” (Marilyn Monroe, her first scene), war-buddy of her returned-veteran husband Jim (William Lundigan) who earlier did, in fact, start to mention her gender, in 20th Century-Fox’s Love Nest, 1951.
Ruling Class, The (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Talking To Myself Still robed, raving Jack (Peter O'Toole) explains to his aunt Lady Claire (Coral Browne) how he came to consider himself God, or Jesus, before the liberated butler Tucker (Arthur Lowe) and (uncle) Sir Charles (William Mervyn) appear, in Peter Medak's The Ruling Class, 1972.
Great Catherine (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Hands Off You Swine! Brit captain Edstaston (Peter O'Toole, also co-producer), in Petersburg to brief the empress on the American revolution, meets apparently dissolute Prince Patiomkin (Zero Mostel) and niece (Marie Kean), Akim Tamiroff and Jack Hawkins in support, in the Bernard Shaw adaptation Great Catherine, 1968.
Great Catherine (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Men Have Grown Sober In Siberia Jeanne Moreau (title character) having arisen amid her court in Petersburg, tangles with an aide (Kenneth Griffith) and others before her ruffian cousin Patiomkin (Zero Mostel) delivers the outraged British envoy (Peter O'Toole), in Great Catherine, 1968, from the George Bernard Shaw play.
Day They Robbed The Bank Of England, The -- (Movie Clip) The Bank Picket Opening narration establishing Irish-American Norgate (Aldo Ray), in 1901 London, in The Day They Robbed The Bank Of England, 1960, also starring Hugh Griffith and Peter O'Toole.
Day They Robbed The Bank Of England, The -- (Movie Clip) The Mood Of The Fish Peter O'Toole (as Lt. Fitch) in his first appearance in his first important role, meeting Irish-American plotter Norgate (Aldo Ray) in a London pub, in The Day They Robbed The Bank Of England, 1960.


Gene Buck
Survived him.
Joan Juliet Buck
Magazine editor. Edited the French edition of <i>Vogue</i>.


Joyce Buck
Interior designer. Died in 1996.