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Also Known As: Died: November 13, 2039
Born: June 13, 1871 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Allegheny, Pennsylvania Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
White Heat (1934) as Director
Plantation owner William Hawks (David Newell) doesn't approve of the fact that most of the white men on the island have married, or are living with native girls. He doesn't approve of mixed marriages and is equally opposed to accepting the "gifts of love" offered to him by the native girls. One night, after several hours of hard drinking, he sees Leilani (Mona Maris) bathing on the beach, and he watches her until he can resist his craving no longer. He catches her in his arms and she willingly accepts his embraces. She comes to live with him and waits on him hand and foot. Hawks goes to San Francisco for a planter's convention and, when he returns, brings back society girl Lucille Cheney (Virginia Cherrill) as his wife. Leilana is heart-broken, while Lucille becomes quickly bored with her husband and Hawaii. Her boredom ends when Chandler Morris (Hardie Albright) sails into port on his yacht and he and Lucille begin an affair. Hawks drinks to forget. He catches Lucille and Chandler together and a fight ensues, Lucille, in an effort, to save her lover throws a kerosene lamp into the ripe sugar cane and fire spreads in all directions.
2.
Sensation Seekers (1927) as Director
3.
The Angel of Broadway (1927) as Director
4.
The Marriage Clause (1926) as Director
5.
A Chapter in Her Life (1923) as Director
6.
What's Worth While? (1921) as Director
7.
The Blot (1921) as Director
Families from opposite ends of the economic scale are drawn together.
8.
What Do Men Want? (1921) as Director
9.
Too Wise Wives (1921) as Director
A bored wife plots to steal her best friend's husband.
10.
To Please One Woman (1920) as Director
11.
Home (1919) as Director
12.
Mary Regan (1919) as Director
13.
Forbidden (1919) as Director
14.
When a Girl Loves (1919) as Director
15.
A Midnight Romance (1919) as Director
16.
For Husbands Only (1918) as Director
A woman's husband is taken by his wife's suitor to see a play in which events from the husband's marriage are recalled, in an attempt by the suitor to convince the husband to relinquish his wife.
17.
Borrowed Clothes (1918) as Director
18.
The Doctor and the Woman (1918) as Director
K is a mysterious man who settles into a small town and becomes a beloved figure there. However, when the life of his rival in love suddenly depends on K's previously unsuspected abilities, his past life is revealed.
19.
The Price of a Good Time (1917) as Director
20.
The Mysterious Mrs. M. (1917) as Director
A young man, told by a psychic that he will die soon, puts his affairs in order and begins to enjoy and treasure life. However, the appointed hour of death passes without his demise, and he begins to suspect something is awry.
21.
Even As You and I (1917) as Director
22.
23.
The Eye of God (1916) as Director
24.
Where Are My Children? (1916) as Director
A District Attorney discovers his wife is part of a secret abortion ring.
25.
John Needham's Double (1916) as Director
26.
Hop, the Devil's Brew (1916) as Director
27.
Shoes (1916) as Director
A young working girl must suport her family on only five dollars a week. The strain of trying to feed, house and clothe her mother, her father and three brothers finally gets to be too much, and she winds up selling her body for a pair of shoes.
28.
The People Vs. John Doe (1916) as Director
A fictionalized composite of several celebrated murder cases, particularly the Stielow case, in which an innocent man is convicted and sentenced to death on purely speculative evidence.
29.
The Dumb Girl of Portici (1916) as Director
30.
The Flirt (1916) as Director
31.
Idle Wives (1916) as Director
32.
Saving the Family Name (1916) as Director
33.
Betty in Search of a Thrill (1915) as Director
34.
Sunshine Molly (1915) as Director
35.
Captain Courtesy (1915) as Director
36.
It's No Laughing Matter (1915) as Director
37.
The Hypocrites (1915) as Director
In this silent film, a small-town priest puts up a nude statue in public.
38.
Scandal (1915) as Director
42.
The Merchant of Venice (1914) as Director
43.
The Traitor (1914) as Director
44.
Shadows of Life (1913) as Director
45.
The Mask (1913)

Cast (feature film)

46.
47.
Idle Wives (1916) as Anne
48.
The Eye of God (1916) as Renie
49.
Hop, the Devil's Brew (1916) as Lydia Jansen
50.
Sunshine Molly (1915) as Sunshine Molly
51.
Scandal (1915) as Daisy Dean
52.
The Merchant of Venice (1914) as Portia
53.
False Colours (1914) as Mrs. Moore
54.
False Colours (1914) as Her daughter, Flo

Writer (feature film)

55.
White Heat (1934) as Screenwriter
Plantation owner William Hawks (David Newell) doesn't approve of the fact that most of the white men on the island have married, or are living with native girls. He doesn't approve of mixed marriages and is equally opposed to accepting the "gifts of love" offered to him by the native girls. One night, after several hours of hard drinking, he sees Leilani (Mona Maris) bathing on the beach, and he watches her until he can resist his craving no longer. He catches her in his arms and she willingly accepts his embraces. She comes to live with him and waits on him hand and foot. Hawks goes to San Francisco for a planter's convention and, when he returns, brings back society girl Lucille Cheney (Virginia Cherrill) as his wife. Leilana is heart-broken, while Lucille becomes quickly bored with her husband and Hawaii. Her boredom ends when Chandler Morris (Hardie Albright) sails into port on his yacht and he and Lucille begin an affair. Hawks drinks to forget. He catches Lucille and Chandler together and a fight ensues, Lucille, in an effort, to save her lover throws a kerosene lamp into the ripe sugar cane and fire spreads in all directions.
56.
Sensation Seekers (1927) as Cont
57.
Topsy and Eva (1927) as Adaptation
58.
The Marriage Clause (1926) as Adaptation
59.
A Chapter in Her Life (1923) as Adaptation
60.
What's Worth While? (1921) as Writer
61.
Too Wise Wives (1921) as Story
A bored wife plots to steal her best friend's husband.
62.
Too Wise Wives (1921) as Scen
A bored wife plots to steal her best friend's husband.
63.
What Do Men Want? (1921) as Writer
64.
The Blot (1921) as Writer
Families from opposite ends of the economic scale are drawn together.
65.
To Please One Woman (1920) as Scen
66.
When a Girl Loves (1919) as Story
67.
Home (1919) as Story
68.
Home (1919) as Scen
69.
Forbidden (1919) as Scen
70.
When a Girl Loves (1919) as Scen
71.
A Midnight Romance (1919) as Scen
72.
Scandal Mongers (1918) as From Story
73.
For Husbands Only (1918) as Adaptation
A woman's husband is taken by his wife's suitor to see a play in which events from the husband's marriage are recalled, in an attempt by the suitor to convince the husband to relinquish his wife.
74.
Borrowed Clothes (1918) as Scen
75.
The Doctor and the Woman (1918) as Scen
K is a mysterious man who settles into a small town and becomes a beloved figure there. However, when the life of his rival in love suddenly depends on K's previously unsuspected abilities, his past life is revealed.
76.
77.
The Mysterious Mrs. M. (1917) as Scen
A young man, told by a psychic that he will die soon, puts his affairs in order and begins to enjoy and treasure life. However, the appointed hour of death passes without his demise, and he begins to suspect something is awry.
79.
Saving the Family Name (1916) as Scen
80.
Wanted -Xxx a Home (1916) as Story
81.
The Eye of God (1916) as Scen
82.
The Flirt (1916) as Scen
83.
Idle Wives (1916) as Scen
84.
Hop, the Devil's Brew (1916) as Scen
85.
86.
The People Vs. John Doe (1916) as Scen
A fictionalized composite of several celebrated murder cases, particularly the Stielow case, in which an innocent man is convicted and sentenced to death on purely speculative evidence.
87.
Where Are My Children? (1916) as Scen
A District Attorney discovers his wife is part of a secret abortion ring.
88.
Shoes (1916) as Scen
A young working girl must suport her family on only five dollars a week. The strain of trying to feed, house and clothe her mother, her father and three brothers finally gets to be too much, and she winds up selling her body for a pair of shoes.
89.
Sunshine Molly (1915) as Scen
90.
Scandal (1915) as Scen
91.
It's No Laughing Matter (1915) as Scen
92.
Jewel (1915) as Scen
93.
The Hypocrites (1915) as Scen
In this silent film, a small-town priest puts up a nude statue in public.
94.
The Merchant of Venice (1914) as Adaptation
95.
The Opened Shutters (1914) as Adaptation
96.
False Colours (1914) as Story

Producer (feature film)

97.
What Do Men Want? (1921) as Producer
98.
What's Worth While? (1921) as Producer
99.
The Blot (1921) as Producer
Families from opposite ends of the economic scale are drawn together.
100.
Borrowed Clothes (1918) as Producer
101.
102.
Wanted -Xxx a Home (1916) as Producer
103.
Shoes (1916) as Producer
A young working girl must suport her family on only five dollars a week. The strain of trying to feed, house and clothe her mother, her father and three brothers finally gets to be too much, and she winds up selling her body for a pair of shoes.
104.
The People Vs. John Doe (1916) as Producer
A fictionalized composite of several celebrated murder cases, particularly the Stielow case, in which an innocent man is convicted and sentenced to death on purely speculative evidence.
105.
Jewel (1915) as Producer

Film Production - Main (feature film)

106.
Solomon and Sheba (1959) as Pub dir
Epic tale of the Biblical king''s seduction by a pagan queen.

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