James Dugan


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in Altoona, Pennsylvania, The United States
May 07, 1912

Died
June 03, 1967

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James Dugan was a historian, editor and magazine article writer. He is best known for his collaborations with Jacques Cousteau.

Dugan had a long-lasting connection with Jacques Cousteau. Dugan first met Cousteau in 1944 during the liberation of France. At this time he was a Yank magazine correspondent. Much of his writing in the 50's and 60's concerns underwater exploration with Captain Jacques Cousteau. Dugan received the Grand Prix, Cannes International Film Festival award for the documentary The Silent World in 1956. He was also part of the team that produced the Academy Award-winning documentaries The Silent World (1956) and World Without Sun (1964). Dugan wrote the narration for both films. Du
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The Great Iron Ship

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Ploesti: The Great Ground-A...

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The Great Mutiny

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World Beneath the Sea

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Days of Emperor and Clown: ...

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The Living Sea

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