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Harry Lachman

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Born: June 29, 1886 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: La Salle, Illinois Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942) as Director
Edgar Allen Poe (John Shepperd) led an unhappy childhood, broken only by the unceasing devotion of his foster mother, Mrs. Frances Allan (Mary Howard), whose loving ministrations gave him courage to carry out his desire to write. His first love was Elmira Royster (Virginia Gilmore), and though she married another while he was at the University of Virginia, he could never purge his thoughts of her and, under the influence of her spell, he poured out the deepest passions of his heart. After a discouraging period during which he was disowned by his foster father and lost his appointment to West Point, he found the love that tamed his restless heart with Virginia Clemm (Linda Darnell). After he and Virginia married, Poe did his greatest creative work, writing for the Southern Literary Messenger and Graham's Magazine.
2.
Castle in the Desert (1942) as Director
Paul Manderley, eccentric historian, and his wife, descendant of the Borgias, live in an isolated castle-like mansion in the Mojave Desert. When a guest suddenly collapses, Charlie Chan is invited to stay. As the standard mystery-mansion props come into play, and all means of outside communication are sabotaged, it becomes evident that one of the inhabitants has access to poisons and is prepared to use them...
3.
Dr. Renault's Secret (1942) as Director
A young man visits his fiancTe in a remote French villa where her scientist father (George Zucco) resides. There he meets Noel (J. Carrol Naish), Dr. Renault's mysterious assistant, who has a strange attraction to Renault's daughter. Soon he learns Noel's true identity: he is an ape that was turned into a man by Renault's bizarre experiments!
4.
Dead Men Tell (1941) as Director
Just as elderly Miss Nodbury is ready to leave on a treasure hunt for a family fortune she is scared to death by the ghost of a pirate ancestor. Charlie Chan investigates the rest of the clan.
5.
Charlie Chan in Rio (1941) as Director
A pair of murders in Rio de Janiero leads the local police to call the famed detective. Charlie is puzzled, at first, when it appears that one of the murderers is killed by the first victim's widow.
6.
Murder over New York (1940) as Director
When Charlie attends a police convention in New York he learns of sabotage slowing down production in aircraft plants. He, of course, enters the case.
7.
They Came by Night (1940) as Director
8.
No Time to Marry (1938) as Director
9.
When You're in Love (1937) as Director
An Australian opera singer hires a husband so she can work in the U.S.
10.
It Happened in Hollywood (1937) as Director
A silent Western star has trouble adjusting to the coming of sound.
11.
The Devil Is Driving (1937) as Director
12.
Our Relations (1936) as Director
Two sailors get caught in a mountain of mix-ups when they meet their long-lost twins.
13.
The Man Who Lived Twice (1936) as Director
A criminal has plastic surgery done to change his identity but loses his memory during the operation.
14.
Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936) as Director
The Asian detective investigates threatening letters sent to a circus' owner.
15.
Dressed to Thrill (1935) as Director
16.
Dante's Inferno (1935) as Director
A carny builds a gambling empire at the expense of his family's wellbeing.
17.
I Like It That Way (1934) as Director
18.
Baby Take a Bow (1934) as Director
19.
George White's Scandals (1934) as Mus numbers dir of
Opening with a credit line that reads "Entire production conceived, created and directed by George White," a film evolves where the only plot line is a thin backstage romance between Jimmy Martin (Rudy Vallee) and Kitty Donnelly (Alice Faye)in and around a dozen or more sketches, revues, black-outs and singing and dancing turns. Made before the birth of the production code, reviewers of the day found much to object about in the implications of Alice Faye's "Nasty Man" song with the Meglin Kiddies, and the dog action in the "Your Dog Loves My Dog" number by Vallee, Faye, Jimmy Durante and Dixie Dunbar. The geometric dance arrangements used in the Vallee, Durante and Cliff Edwards "Every Day Is Father's Day" was not cause for Busby Berkeley to lose any sleep.
20.
Nada más que una mujer (1934) as Dirección de [Dir]
21.
Face in the Sky (1933) as Director
Sign painters Joe and Lucky travel around New England looking for jobs. After Joe uses Madge as a model, she hides in their wagon. The painters are about to be charged with kidnapping until she promises to marry Joe. In New York he attempts to paint a huge sign that has stopped others before him.
22.
Paddy the Next Best Thing (1933) as Director
23.
Mistigri (1933) as Réalisation
24.
Insult (1932) as Director
25.
Down Our Street (1932) as Director
26.
Belle Mariniere, La (1932) as Director
27.
Aren't We All? (1932) as Director
28.
La couturière de Luneville (1932) as Director
29.
The Outsider (1931) as Director
A scientist fights to establish a surgical procedure that could make the lame walk.
30.
Love Habit, The (1931) as Director
31.
Yellow Mask, The (1930) as Director
32.
Song of Soho (1930) as Director
33.
Compulsory Husband, The (1930) as Director
34.
Under the Greenwood Tree (1929) as Director
35.
Week-End Wives (1928) as Director
36.

Writer (feature film)

37.
Down Our Street (1932) as Screenwriter
38.
The Outsider (1931) as Screenwriter
A scientist fights to establish a surgical procedure that could make the lame walk.
39.
Song of Soho (1930) as Adaptation
40.
Under the Greenwood Tree (1929) as Dialogue
41.
Under the Greenwood Tree (1929) as Screenwriter

Film Production - Main (feature film)

42.
The Garden of Allah (1927) as Production Manager
Father Adrien had taken the vows of eternal silence, prayer and, of course, celibacy, when he entered the Trappist Monastry of Notre Dame d'Afrique in Algeria. One day, he chopped down a tree that blocked a part of the Monastery wall, but as it fell it knocked a young girl senseless. As Father Adrien bathes her face she regains consciousness and in a mischievous mood embraces him. The embrace was seen by another monk but the Monastic discipline imposed is as nothing compared to the torturing penances of mind and body which the contrite Father Adrien has imposed upon himself. In the end it is all too much for poor Father Adrien and he abandons his vows and escapes into the desert, resuming his secular name Androvsky. On the way to the oasis of Beni-Mora he encounters Domini Enfilden who has been brought up as a Catholic. Androvsky rescues Domini from a rioting crowd and she finds herself deeply attracted to him.

Cast (short)

43.
Treasures from Trash (1946)
This short film presents an unusual Beverly Hills store called the Patio Shop, where trash is turned into art.

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