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Also Known As: Died: June 21, 1958
Born: January 13, 1880 Cause of Death: heart ailment
Birth Place: Dublin, IE Profession: Director ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Flying Squad, The (1940) as Director
2.
Black Eyes (1939) as Director
3.
Yellow Sands (1938) as Director
4.
Housemaster (1938) as Director
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Spring Handicap (1937) as Director
6.
Dominant Sex, The (1937) as Director
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Someone at the Door (1936) as Director
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Living Dangerously (1936) as Director
9.
Honours Easy (1935) as Director
10.
Royal Cavalcade (1935) as Director
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Wine, Women and Song (1933) as Director
12.
Girl of the Rio (1932) as Director
13.
Beau Ideal (1931) as Director
In this sequel to the classic Beau Geste, a Legionnaire gets mixed up in an Arabian religious war.
14.
Transgression (1931) as Director
When her lover is killed, a straying wife tries to intercept the confession she mailed her husband.
15.
Lummox (1930) as Director
16.
The Case of Sergeant Grischa (1930) as Director
17.
The Rescue (1929) as Director
18.
Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928) as Director
In this silent film, a circus clown falls for a young innocent in love with another.
19.
The Telephone Girl (1927) as Director
20.
Sorrell and Son (1927) as Director
21.
God Gave Me Twenty Cents (1927) as Director
22.
The Great Gatsby (1926) as Director
A young Midwesterner finds himself fascinated by the mysterious past and lavish lifestyle of his nouveau riche neighbour and becomes a witness to obsession and tragedy.
23.
A Kiss for Cinderella (1926) as Director
24.
Dancing Mothers (1926) as Director
25.
Beau Geste (1926) as Director
Michael "Beau" Geste leaves England in disgrace and joins the infamous French Foreign Legion. He is reunited with his two brothers in North Africa, where they face greater danger from their own sadistic commander than from the rebellious Arabs.
26.
The Song and Dance Man (1926) as Director
27.
The Street of Forgotten Men (1925) as Director
28.
The Little French Girl (1925) as Director
29.
Peter Pan (1924) as Director
Peter Pan, the kid who doesn't want to grow up, arrives at the Darling home searching for his shadow. He meets the Darling children and takes them to Never-Never Land, where they will fight against Capt. Hook and his pirate ship and crew. At the end the children will be back in their warm beds.
30.
Shadows of Paris (1924) as Director
31.
The Alaskan (1924) as Director
32.
The Breaking Point (1924) as Director
33.
The Side Show of Life (1924) as Director
34.
The Custard Cup (1923) as Director
35.
The Spanish Dancer (1923) as Director
36.
The Rustle of Silk (1923) as Director
37.
The Woman With Four Faces (1923) as Director
38.
A Stage Romance (1922) as Director
39.
Shackles of Gold (1922) as Director
40.
Moonshine Valley (1922) as Director
41.
Any Wife (1922) as Director
42.
The Sign on the Door (1921) as Director
43.
The Wonderful Thing (1921) as Director
44.
The Passion Flower (1921) as Director
45.
Twelve-Ten (1919) as Director
A French orphan girl is adopted by a wealthy British nobleman. The family lives happily, unaware that a plot is afoot to kidnap the girl and make away with the nobleman's fortune.
46.
Sinlesss Sinner, A (1919) as Director
47.
The Fall of the Romanoffs (1918) as Director
48.
Victory and Peace (1918) as Director
49.
Passing of the Third Floor Back, The (1918) as Director
To a rooming house which has fallen on hard times comes The Stranger, an unknown but gentle man who is given the back room on the third floor. His arrival marks a change in the lives of all the boarders, from the girl resisting her parents' pleas that she marry the lecherous Mr. Wright, to an architect and a pianist, both of whose dreams are near destruction from their own discouragement.
50.
Empty Pockets (1918) as Director
51.
The Eternal Sin (1917) as Director
52.
The Lone Wolf (1917) as Director
53.
War Brides (1916) as Director
54.
A Daughter of the Gods (1916) as Director
55.
The Two Orphans (1915) as Director
56.
Sin (1915) as Director
57.
The Clemenceau Case (1915) as Director
58.
The Heart of Maryland (1915) as Director
59.
Kreutzer Sonata (1915) as Director
60.
The Soul of Broadway (1915) as Director
61.
Neptune's Daughter (1914) as Director
The daughter of King Neptune determines to avenge the death of her sister, who was caught in a fishing net laid by the king of a country above the waves. However, she soon falls in love with the king upon whom she planned to take her revenge.
62.
Absinthe (1914) as Director
63.
Ivanhoe (1913) as Director
64.
The Sea Wolf (1907) as Director

Cast (feature film)

65.
The Heart of Maryland (1915) as Lloyd Calvert
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The Two Orphans (1915) as Pierre
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Neptune's Daughter (1914) as Roador the Wolf
The daughter of King Neptune determines to avenge the death of her sister, who was caught in a fishing net laid by the king of a country above the waves. However, she soon falls in love with the king upon whom she planned to take her revenge.
68.
Ivanhoe (1913) as Isaac of York

Writer (feature film)

69.
Sorrell and Son (1927) as Scen
70.
Beau Geste (1926) as Adaptation
Michael "Beau" Geste leaves England in disgrace and joins the infamous French Foreign Legion. He is reunited with his two brothers in North Africa, where they face greater danger from their own sadistic commander than from the rebellious Arabs.
71.
Moonshine Valley (1922) as Scen
72.
The Sign on the Door (1921) as Adaptation
73.
The Wonderful Thing (1921) as Scen
74.
The Passion Flower (1921) as Adaptation
75.
The Eternal Sin (1917) as Adaptation
76.
The Marble Heart (1916) as Scen
77.
A Daughter of the Gods (1916) as Story
78.
A Daughter of the Gods (1916) as Scen
79.
The Ruling Passion (1916) as Scen
80.
War Brides (1916) as Scen
81.
The Soul of Broadway (1915) as Scen
82.
Sin (1915) as Scen
83.
Kreutzer Sonata (1915) as Scen
84.
The Clemenceau Case (1915) as Scen
85.
The Two Orphans (1915) as Adaptation

Producer (feature film)

86.
Oliver Twist (1933) as Supervisor
In Dickens' classic tale, an orphan wends his way from cruel apprenticeship to den of thieves in search of a true home.
87.
The Telephone Girl (1927) as Producer
88.
The Side Show of Life (1924) as Producer
89.
The Spanish Dancer (1923) as Producer
90.
The Fall of the Romanoffs (1918) as Presented By
91.
Empty Pockets (1918) as Producer
92.
The Lone Wolf (1917) as Producer
93.
War Brides (1916) as Producer
94.
The Ruling Passion (1916) as Supervisor
95.
War Brides (1916) as Presented By
96.
The Marble Heart (1916) as Supervisor

Production Companies (feature film)

97.
Girl of the Rio (1932) as Company
98.
Transgression (1931) as Company
When her lover is killed, a straying wife tries to intercept the confession she mailed her husband.
99.
Beau Ideal (1931) as Company
In this sequel to the classic Beau Geste, a Legionnaire gets mixed up in an Arabian religious war.
100.
Nuit d'Espagne (1931) as Company

Writer (short)

101.
The Dream (1911)
After a loutish husband comes home drunk and mistreats his wife, he has a dream that causes him to reconsider his actions in this silent short film.

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