John Martin "Jack" Feeney, or Sean Aloysius O'Feeney was an Irish-American film director most famously known as John Ford.

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In 1920, John Ford directed Six Steps to Hell, a film on which Indiana Jones worked to help pay for his studies at the University of Chicago.

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