Jack Moss (Actor)

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(08-26-1906 - 08-22-1975) Age 69

Jack Moss was a producer, director, editor, and actor in Hollywood. He taught some magic to Orson Welles, and was the editor of The Magnificient Ambersons, the picture that lead to Welles Hollywood downfall.


He appeared in the following episode of Radio Mystery Theater
Date Episode Title Plot
05/27/1975 0281 The Executioner An American couple land themselves in far greater danger when they seek shelter in a an ancient manor after a breakdown of their car. The mansion is inhabited by a mysterious lord and is also the residence of Queen Elizabeth's private executioner.

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Jack Moss wore many hats in the entertainment industry. He was a producer, director, writer, editor, actor and voice actor in Hollywood in the 1940s. He worked very closely with Orson Welles on such films as Journey Into Fear and The Magnificient Ambersons. As a producer, his film credits include The Biscuit Eater, The Monster And The Girl, The Shepherd Of The Hills (starring John Wayne), Sundown, The Magnificant Ambersons, Journey Into Fear, Mr. Winkle Goes To War and Snafu. He was a writer and editor on The Magnificant Ambersons and the director of Snafu. His only film acting job was in Journey Into Fear, in which Wells cast him as assassin Peter Banat. He had no lines and never uttered a word throughout the entire film. On radio, he appeared in 2 episodes of Destination Freedom.


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