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Also Known As: Died: September 19, 1969
Born: October 20, 1895 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Illinois, USA Profession: Director ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Three Passions, The (1928) as Director
2.
The Garden of Allah (1927) as Director
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.
3.
The Magician (1926) as Director
A devil worshiper tries to seduce a young innocent.
4.
Mare Nostrum (1926) as Director
In this silent film, a Spanish army captain falls for a German spy.
5.
Scaramouche (1924) as Director
In this silent film, a French rebel masquerades as a clown so that he can avenge his friend''''s murder.
6.
The Arab (1924) as Director
7.
Where the Pavement Ends (1923) as Director
8.
Trifling Women (1922) as Director
9.
The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) as Director
In this silent film, a vacationing Englishman steps in for the kidnapped king of a small European nation.
10.
Turn to the Right (1922) as Director
11.
The Conquering Power (1921) as Director
In this silent film, a young man falls for his wicked uncle''''s stepdaughter.
12.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921) as Director
In this silent film, a young Argentine fights for France, his father''''s country, in World War I.
13.
Shore Acres (1920) as Director
14.
Under Crimson Skies (1920) as Director
15.
Hearts Are Trumps (1920) as Director
16.
The Day She Paid (1919) as Director
17.
His Robe of Honor (1918) as Director
18.
Humdrum Brown (1918) as Director
19.
Black Orchids (1917) as Director
20.
The Pulse of Life (1917) as Director
21.
The Reward of the Faithless (1917) as Director
22.
The Little Terror (1917) as Director
23.
The Flower of Doom (1917) as Director
24.
The Chalice of Sorrow (1916) as Director
25.
The Great Problem (1916) as Director
26.
Broken Fetters (1916) as Director

Cast (feature film)

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Writer (feature film)

45.
Three Passions, The (1928) as Screenwriter
46.
The Magician (1926) as Adaptation
A devil worshiper tries to seduce a young innocent.
47.
The Arab (1924) as Writer
48.
Where the Pavement Ends (1923) as Adaptation
49.
Trifling Women (1922) as Story
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51.
The Flower of Doom (1917) as Scen
52.
The Little Terror (1917) as Story
53.
Black Orchids (1917) as Scen
54.
The Pulse of Life (1917) as Scen
55.
The Chalice of Sorrow (1916) as Scen
56.
Cup of Bitterness, The (1916) as Screenwriter
57.
The Great Problem (1916) as Scen
58.
Broken Fetters (1916) as Scen
59.
The Song of Hate (1915) as Scen
60.
Should a Mother Tell? (1915) as Scen
61.
The Wonderful Adventure (1915) as Scen
62.
The Blindness of Devotion (1915) as Story
Fortune-hunting Renee Delaveaux marries the Count de Carney to get her hands on his money. But she falls into a liaison with the Count's ward, Pierre Cavereaux, a handsome young soldier. Pierre, however, betrays her by seducing and marrying the Count's niece Bella. The furious Renee brings the quadrangle crashing down when she attempts murder.
63.
A Woman's Past (1915) as Scen

Producer (feature film)

64.
Three Passions, The (1928) as Producer
65.
The Garden of Allah (1927) as Supervisor
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.
66.
Mare Nostrum (1926) as Producer
In this silent film, a Spanish army captain falls for a German spy.
67.
Scaramouche (1924) as Supervisor
In this silent film, a French rebel masquerades as a clown so that he can avenge his friend''''s murder.
68.
The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) as Producer
In this silent film, a vacationing Englishman steps in for the kidnapped king of a small European nation.
69.
The Conquering Power (1921) as Producer
In this silent film, a young man falls for his wicked uncle''''s stepdaughter.

Editing (feature film)

70.
Greed (1925) as Film Editor
In this silent film, lust for gold tears apart a dentist and his wife.

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