Reginald Leborg


Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The Eyes of Annie Jones (1964)
Director
Diary of a Madman (1963)
Director
Deadly Duo (1962)
Director
Flight That Disappeared (1961)
Director
War Drums (1957)
Director
The Dalton Girls (1957)
Director
Voodoo Island (1957)
Director
The Black Sleep (1956)
Director
The White Orchid (1954)
Director
The Great Jesse James Raid (1953)
Director
Sins of Jezebel (1953)
Director
Bad Blonde (1953)
Director
Models Inc. (1952)
Director
Joe Palooka in Triple Cross (1951)
Director
G. I. Jane (1951)
Director
Young Daniel Boone (1950)
Director
Wyoming Mail (1950)
Director
Joe Palooka in the Squared Circle (1950)
Director
Joe Palooka in the Counterpunch (1949)
Director
Hold That Baby! (1949)
Director
Fighting Fools (1949)
Director
Trouble Makers (1949)
Director
Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad (1948)
Director
Port Said (1948)
Director
Joe Palooka in Winner Take All (1948)
Director
Philo Vance's Secret Mission (1947)
Director
Joe Palooka in the Knockout (1947)
Director
The Adventures of Don Coyote (1947)
Director
Fall Guy (1947)
Director
Joe Palooka, Champ (1946)
Director
Susie Steps Out (1946)
Director
Little Iodine (1946)
Director
Honeymoon Ahead (1945)
Director
Weird Woman (1944)
Director
The Mummy's Ghost (1944)
Director
Dead Man's Eyes (1944)
Director
Adventure in Music (1944)
Director
Jungle Woman (1944)
Director
San Diego, I Love You (1944)
Director
Destiny (1944)
Director
Calling Dr. Death (1943)
Director
She's for Me (1943)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

New Wine (1941)
Symphony conductor
One Night of Love (1934)
Opera director

Writer (Feature Film)

The White Orchid (1954)
Story and Screenplay
Young Daniel Boone (1950)
Screenwriter
Susie Steps Out (1946)
Original Story

Producer (Feature Film)

The White Orchid (1954)
Producer

Music (Feature Film)

The White Orchid (1954)
Composer
The Girl of the Golden West (1938)
Director of Music seq
The Melody Lingers On (1935)
<I>Carmen</I> numbers staged by

Dance (Feature Film)

Swing It Soldier (1941)
Music numbers Director by

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Here's to Romance (1935)
Technical Advisor
Love Me Forever (1935)
Tech Director of opera sequences

Director (Short)

A Girl's Best Years (1937)
Director
No Place Like Rome (1936)
Director
Swing Banditry (1936)
Director

Writer (Short)

Heavenly Music (1943)
Writer
Swing Banditry (1936)
Writer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Diary Of A Madman (1963) - He's A Strange Fish Initiating a flashback after the funeral, gallery owner D’Arville and his daughter (Edward Colmans, Elaine Devry), with Capt. Rennedon (Stephen Roberts) attending, begin executing the will of magistrate Cordier (Vincent Price, introduced here), early in Diary Of A Madman, 1963.
Diary Of A Madman (1963) - Hatred Is Evil Judge Cordier (Vincent Price) seems to be cracking up after killing a convicted murder in self defense, and has just accused his butler Pierre (Ian Wolfe) of surprising him by hanging a picture of his long-dead wife and son where he would find it, in Diary Of A Madman, 1963.
Diary Of A Madman (1963) - And She Laughed French judge Cordier (Vincent Price), worried for his sanity after strange events following his having killed a condemned murderer in self defense, has been advised to resume old habits like sculpting, so he meets Odette (Nancy Kovack), in Diary Of A Madman, 1963, from stories by Guy De Maupassant.
Diary Of A Madman (1963) - Death Is A Truth French judge Cordier (Vincent Price) now narrating, after he’s begun hearing voices, after he accidentally killed a condemned murderer, who claimed he’d been possessed by a mysterious force that put a green light in his eyes, evidence now supporting him, in Diary Of A Madman, 1963.
Black Sleep, The (1956) - Opening, He Is As A Dead Man Producers getting their money’s worth with leading man Basil Rathbone’s opening narration, credits, then in character he visits a London prison where surgeon Ramsay (Herbert Rudley) faces execution, early exposition in the quasi-independent Bel-Air Productions feature The Black Sleep, 1956.
Black Sleep, The (1956) - Maybe We Should Have Confined Him Mad-ish scientist Cadman (Basil Rathbone) brings Dr. Gordon (Herbert Rudley), whom he rescued from hanging because he needed an assistant, to his home, where we meet Casimir, Laurie, Mungo and Daphne (Bela Lugosi, Patricia Blair, Lon Chaney Jr., Phyllis Stanley) in The Black Sleep, 1956.
Black Sleep, The (1956) - Anything Is Justified In his nifty secret coastal operating lab, Dr. Cadman (Basil Rathbone), assisted by Laurie and Daphne (Patricia Blake, Phyllis Stanley) alarms Gordon (Herbert Rudley), the surgeon he recently saved from execution, with his work on “K-6” (George Sawaya, in The Black Sleep, 1956.
Black Sleep, The (1956) - I Am Bohemond The Crusader Significant spoiler here, as Gordon (Herbert Rudley) and Laurie (Patricia Blake) have penetrated the secret wing where their employer Cadman (Basil Rathbone) imprisons his subjects, including John Carradine, George Sawaya, Sally Yarnell and Tor Johnson, the freak show, in The Black Sleep, 1956.

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