Kenneth Macgowan


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

Easy Come, Easy Go (1947)
Producer
Jane Eyre (1944)
Producer
Lifeboat (1944)
Producer
Happy Land (1943)
Producer
The Great American Broadcast (1941)
Producer
Man Hunt (1941)
Associate Producer
Belle Starr (1941)
Producer
Hudson's Bay (1941)
Associate Producer
The Return of Frank James (1940)
Associate Producer
Star Dust (1940)
Associate Producer
Brigham Young--Frontiersman (1940)
Associate Producer
Swanee River (1940)
Associate Producer
Tin Pan Alley (1940)
Associate Producer
Susannah of the Mounties (1939)
Associate Producer
The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939)
Associate Producer
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)
Associate Producer
Stanley and Livingstone (1939)
Associate Producer
The Return of the Cisco Kid (1939)
Associate Producer
Four Men and a Prayer (1938)
Associate Producer
I'll Give a Million (1938)
Associate Producer
Kentucky Moonshine (1938)
Associate Producer
In Old Chicago (1938)
Associate Producer
Kidnapped (1938)
Associate Producer
This Is My Affair (1937)
Associate Producer
Wake Up and Live (1937)
Associate Producer
Love and Hisses (1937)
Associate Producer
King of Burlesque (1936)
Associate Producer
Sins of Man (1936)
Associate Producer
Half Angel (1936)
Associate Producer
To Mary--With Love (1936)
Associate Producer
Lloyd's of London (1936)
Associate Producer
Becky Sharp (1935)
Producer
Murder on a Honeymoon (1935)
Producer
Enchanted April (1935)
Producer
Jalna (1935)
Producer
The Return of Peter Grimm (1935)
Producer
Murder on the Blackboard (1934)
Associate Producer
Finishing School (1934)
Associate Producer
Long Lost Father (1934)
Associate Producer
Anne of Green Gables (1934)
Producer
Hat, Coat, and Glove (1934)
Associate Producer
Wednesday's Child (1934)
Associate Producer
Topaze (1933)
Associate Producer
If I Were Free (1933)
Associate Producer
The Great Jasper (1933)
Associate Producer
Little Women (1933)
Associate Producer
Rafter Romance (1933)
Associate Producer
Double Harness (1933)
Associate Producer
Penguin Pool Murder (1932)
Associate Producer

Producer (Short)

La Cucaracha (1934)
Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Anne Of Green Gables (1934) - My Name Is Anne Shirley Anne Shirley, a movie veteran at 16, introduces herself by the name of her character, which she would use for the rest of her career (she retired in 1944), met by her prospective adopted father (O.P. Heggie), in the 1934 version of the L.M. Montgomery novel, Anne Of Green Gables.
Anne Of Green Gables (1934) - You Mean Hateful Boy! Anne Shirley, as the character whose name she took, is the red-headed orphan on her first school day on Prince Edward Island, with teacher (Murray Kinnell), friend Diana (Gertrude Messinger) and meeting Gilbert (Tom Brown), in Lucy Maude Montgomery's Anne Of Green Gables, 1934.
Lifeboat (1944) - One Of Them Shell Shock Cases Early on, players gathering after the liner is sunk by the U-Boat, nurse Mary Anderson, sailor William Bendix, oiler John Hodiak, magnate Henry Hull, journalist Tallulah Bankhead, crewman Hume Cronyn, then mother Heather Angel and German Walter Slezak, in Alfred Hitchcock's Lifeboat, 1944.
Lifeboat (1944) - She Loves To Dance Injured William Bendix learns from bi-lingual Tallulah Bankhead that the captured German Walter Slezak is qualified to amputate his leg, elected skipper John Hodiak joining in the ensuing discourse, in Alfred Hitchcock's Lifeboat, 1944.
Lifeboat (1944) - Burial At Sea John Hodiak, Henry Hull, Tallulah Bankhead and Hume Cronyn, pre-empted by Canada Lee, do what they can for the deceased infant, Bankhead and nurse Mary Anderson then helping the delirious mother Heather Angel, German Walter Slezak observing, in Alfred Hitchcock's Lifeboat, 1944.
Lifeboat (1944) - Those Nazi Buzzards From director Alfred Hitchcock's witty opening, on the smokestack of a steamship, in the end revealed to be sinking, now finding Tallulah Bankhead (as journalist "Connie") then oiler Kovac (John Hodiak), in Lifeboat, 1944, from the written-for-hire novella by John Steinbeck.
Jane Eyre (1944) - I've Never Seen Him New governess Jane (Joan Fontaine) with pupil Adele (Margaret O'Brien) speculates about the master she's never met, followed by his gaudy first appearance (Orson Welles, as "Rochester") on the Yorkshire moors, in the 1944 20th Century Fox Jane Eyre.
Jane Eyre (1944) - Change In England Fake literature, Joan Fontaine as the mature title character narrating an opening that does not appear in the Charlotte Bronte novel, young Jane (Peggy Ann Garner), Mrs. Reed (Agnes Moorehead) and schoolmaster Brocklehurst (Henry Daniell) introduced, in Robert Stevenson's Jane Eyre, 1944.
Story Of Alexander Graham Bell, The (1939) - Sound From Afar Almost broke, with electrician-assistant Watson (Henry Fonda, only weeks before his first top-billed role in Young Mr. Lincoln), Don Ameche (title character), working on a telegraph, discovers he can send sound over a wire, in The Story Of Alexander Graham Bell, 1939.
Return Of Peter Grimm, The (1936) - Give Up The Ghost Grumpy up-state New York flower grower Grimm (Lionel Barrymore) continues his spat with doctor friend Andrew (Edward Ellis) about ghosts, when the circus appears and afflicted nephew William (George Breakston) gets excited, in The Return Of Peter Grimm, 1936.
Return Of Peter Grimm, The (1936) - Dutchman's Luck Summer afternoon, turn of the century upstate New York, Dutch-descended nurseryman Grimm (Lionel Barrymore), with adopted daughter Catherine (Helen Mack), doctor pal Andrew (Edward Ellis) and nephew William (George Breakston) in The Return Of Peter Grimm, 1936.
Return Of Peter Grimm, The (1936) - I Raise Flowers Not Spirits! Opening scene, Lionel Barrymore as grumpy florist Grimm, the reluctant host of a seance run by his medium friend Dr. MacPherson (Edward Ellis), Donald Meek, Ethel Griffies among the irritated guests, in the RKO remake of The Return Of Peter Grimm, 1936, based on a play by David Belasco.

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