Hope Loring


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

The Blue Fox (1921)

Writer (Feature Film)

Father's Son (1931)
Screenwriter
Once a Sinner (1931)
Contract Writer
Paris (1929)
Scen
Interference (1929)
Adaptation
This Is Heaven (1929)
Screenwriter
The Four Feathers (1929)
Adaptation
Paris (1929)
Dial
Paris (1929)
Titles
The Showdown (1928)
Adaptation
The Showdown (1928)
Cont
My Best Girl (1927)
Scen
Get Your Man (1927)
Screenwriter
It (1927)
Scen
The Spotlight (1927)
Adaptation
Children of Divorce (1927)
Screenwriter
We're All Gamblers (1927)
Screenwriter
Wings (1927)
Screenwriter
The Woman on Trial (1927)
Adaptation
The Golden Cocoon (1926)
Adaptation
The Cat's Pajamas (1926)
Screenwriter
Fig Leaves (1926)
Scen
The Rainmaker (1926)
Scen
The Crown of Lies (1926)
Scen
The Blind Goddess (1926)
Adaptation
The Bridge of Sighs (1925)
Scen
Little Annie Rooney (1925)
Adaptation
The Pleasure Buyers (1925)
Adaptation
Wandering Footsteps (1925)
Cont
The Woman Hater (1925)
Scen
Ranger of the Big Pines (1925)
Scen
The Man Without a Conscience (1925)
Adaptation
His Secretary (1925)
Scen
Ranger of the Big Pines (1925)
Adaptation
The Lullaby (1924)
Scen
This Woman (1924)
Screenwriter
Cornered (1924)
Scen
K--The Unknown (1924)
Adaptation
Helen's Babies (1924)
Adaptation
Daring Love (1924)
Scen
The Mine with the Iron Door (1924)
Adaptation
April Showers (1923)
Story and scen
Don't Marry for Money (1923)
Story
The Virginian (1923)
Scen
Money Money Money (1923)
Adaptation
East Side--West Side (1923)
Adaptation
Boy of Mine (1923)
Scen
Broken Hearts of Broadway (1923)
Scen
Penrod and Sam (1923)
Scen
The Woman of Bronze (1923)
Scen
The Spoilers (1923)
Adaptation
The Woman of Bronze (1923)
Adaptation
Paid Back (1922)
Scen
Thorns and Orange Blossoms (1922)
Adaptation
The Price of Youth (1922)
Scen
Shadows (1922)
Scen
The Beautiful Gambler (1921)
Scen
The Branded Four (1920)
Screenwriter
The Branded Four (1920)
From Story
The Vanishing Dagger (1920)
From Story
The Vanishing Dagger (1920)
Screenplay
The Lure of the Circus (1919)
Screenwriter
The Red Glove (1919)
Screenwriter
The Cabaret Girl (1918)
Story
A Society Sensation (1918)
Scen

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Little Annie Rooney (1925) - Let's Go Down Town From the new 4K restoration with Andy Gladbach's score, the opening of producer Mary Pickford's crowd-pleasing comic-drama Little Annie Rooney, 1925, with some scale, Mary (age 32) brawls with the whole neighborhood, focused on Mickey (Joe Butterworth), William Beaudine directing.
Little Annie Rooney (1925) - You Can All Pay For It! Failing to avoid implication in the sprawling neighborhood dispute her Irish cop father (Walter James) is adjudicating in the front room, Mary Pickford (the producer, in the title role) confesses somewhat, with her fellow toughs agreeing to a settlement, in Little Annie Rooney, 1925.
Little Annie Rooney (1925) - She's A Wildcat! Annie (producer Mary Pickford in the title role) continues her fight with Mickey (Joe Butterworth) until his charming and slightly criminal older brother Joe (William Haines) turns up, showing some interest in his tomboy opponent, in Little Annie Rooney, 1925.
Wings (1927) - Luck Or No Luck Finally arrived at flight school, Jack (Charles “Buddy” Rogers) and David (Richard Arlen) meet their decidedly decent new comrade White (Gary Cooper, in an important early role), discussing luck as director William A. Wellman adds a dash of horror, in his Academy Award-winning Wings, 1927.
Wings (1927) - The Shooting Star Director (and WWI flier) William A. Wellman introducing the principals, in a small American town Jack (Charles "Buddy" Rogers) cares about his hot-rod but not about Mary (Clara Bow), and hopes to pry visiting Sylvia (Jobyna Ralston) away from affluent David (Richard Arlen), in Wings, 1927.
Wings (1927) - Youse Powder Puff Guys With decent schtick from the drill sergeant (Gunboat Smith) and "Unconscious" Walter (Roscoe Karns), Jack (Charles "Buddy" Rogers) bonds with wealthier David (Richard Arlen) over boxing, setting aside their romantic rivalry as they train to become WWI aviators, in William A. Wellman's Wings, 1927.
Wings (1927) - On The High Seas Of Heaven Director William A. Wellman’s first flight action scene, Charles “Buddy” Rogers (as Jack) and Richard Arlen (as David), though hard to recognize in goggles, doing much of their own flying, encountering the German ace Kellerman (certainly based on Baron von Richtofen), in Wings, 1927.
It (1927) - I'm Going To Get My Wish! Elinor Glyn, author of the hot new article, at the Ritz, accosted by Cyrus (Antonio Moreno) who is then pursued by Betty Lou (Clara Bow), losing interest in her date Monty (William Austin), in Paranmount's It, 1927.
It (1927) - Dining Out Tonight Just dropped off at home by an avid suitor, shop-girl Betty Lou (Clara Bow) comes home to pal Molly (Priscilla Bonner) and baby, early in Paramount's hit It, 1927.
It (1927) - Hot Socks! The New Boss! Aide Monty (William Austin) is all into whether employer pal Cyrus (Antonio Moreno) has the thing cited in a hot new article, then they meet shop-girls, led by Betty Lou (Clara Bow), in Paramount's It, 1927.

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