William Mcgann


Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Frontier Badmen (1943)
Director
In Old California (1942)
Director
Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die (1942)
Director
American Empire (1942)
Director
Highway West (1941)
Director
The Parson of Panamint (1941)
Director
We Go Fast (1941)
Director
A Shot in the Dark (1941)
Director
Dr. Christian Meets the Women (1940)
Director
Wolf of New York (1940)
Director
Pride of the Blue Grass (1939)
Director
Blackwell's Island (1939)
Director
Sweepstakes Winner (1939)
Director
Girls on Probation (1938)
Director
When Were You Born (1938)
Director
Penrod and His Twin Brother (1938)
Director
Alcatraz Island (1937)
Director
Penrod and Sam (1937)
Director
Marry the Girl (1937)
Director
Sh! The Octopus (1937)
Director
Hot Money (1936)
Director
Brides Are Like That (1936)
Director
Freshman Love (1936)
Director
The Case of the Black Cat (1936)
Director
Polo Joe (1936)
Director
Times Square Playboy (1936)
Director
Maybe It's Love (1935)
Director
A Night at the Ritz (1935)
Director
I Live for Love (1935)
Retakes Director
Man of Iron (1935)
Director
La buenaventura (1934)
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Desirable (1934)
Assistant Director
The Kennel Murder Case (1933)
Assistant Director
Convention City (1933)
Assistant Director
Illegal (1932)
Director
The Silver Greyhound (1932)
Director
Her Night Out (1932)
Director
Murder on the Second Floor (1932)
Director
La dama atrevida (1931)
Director [Dir]
I Like Your Nerve (1931)
Director
The Stolen Jools (1931)
Director
On the Border (1930)
Director
El hombre malo (1930)
Director
Los que danzan (1930)
Director
The Golden Cocoon (1926)
Assistant Director
Hell-Bent fer Heaven (1926)
Assistant Director
Footloose Widows (1926)
Assistant Director
The Night Cry (1926)
Assistant Director
His Majesty, Bunker Bean (1925)
Assistant Director
The Pleasure Buyers (1925)
Assistant Director

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Vengeance of The Deep (1923)
Director of Photography
Three Ages (1923)
Director of Photography
Hurricane's Gal (1922)
Director of Photography
The Nut (1921)
Director of Photography
The Mollycoddle (1920)
Camera
The Mark of Zorro (1920)
Camera
When the Clouds Roll by (1919)
Camera

Producer (Feature Film)

Penrod and Sam (1937)
Producer

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

On Moonlight Bay (1951)
Special Effects
Fort Worth (1951)
Director
Operation Pacific (1951)
Special Effects Director
Chain Lightning (1950)
Special Effects Director
Three Secrets (1950)
Special Effects Director
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950)
Special Effects Director
Adventures of Don Juan (1949)
Special Effects Director
Beyond the Forest (1949)
Special Effects Director
Colorado Territory (1949)
Special Effects Director
Flaxy Martin (1949)
Special Effects Director
The Fountainhead (1949)
Special Effects Director
The Girl from Jones Beach (1949)
Special Effects
It's a Great Feeling (1949)
Special Effects Director
John Loves Mary (1949)
Special Effects Director
Whiplash (1948)
Special Effects Director
Always Together (1948)
Special Effects Director
April Showers (1948)
Special Effects Director
Silver River (1948)
Special Effects Director
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
Special Effects Director
Two Guys from Texas (1948)
Special Effects Director
Wallflower (1948)
Special Effects Director
The Woman in White (1948)
Special Effects Director
The Big Punch (1948)
Special Effects Director
Johnny Belinda (1948)
Special Effects Director
June Bride (1948)
Special Effects Director
Key Largo (1948)
Special Effects Director
Cheyenne (1947)
Special Effects Director
Cry Wolf (1947)
Special Effects Director
Deep Valley (1947)
Special Effects Director
The Beast with Five Fingers (1947)
Special Effects Director
Life with Father (1947)
Special Effects Director
That Hagen Girl (1947)
Special Effects Director
The Two Mrs. Carrolls (1947)
Special Effects
Possessed (1947)
Special Effects Director
Pursued (1947)
Special Effects Director
That Way with Women (1947)
Special Effects Director
The Unfaithful (1947)
Special Effects Director
The Big Sleep (1946)
Special Effects
Never Say Goodbye (1946)
Special Effects Director
Nobody Lives Forever (1946)
Special Effects Director
A Stolen Life (1946)
Special Effects Director
Of Human Bondage (1946)
Special Effects
Deception (1946)
Special Effects
Three Strangers (1946)
Special Effects
The Verdict (1946)
Special Effects Director
Night and Day (1946)
Special Effects
Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
Special Photography Effects
San Antonio (1945)
Special Effects
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945)
Special Effects
Confidential Agent (1945)
Special Effects
Too Young to Know (1945)
Special Effects
Pride of the Marines (1945)
Special Photography Effects
The Doughgirls (1944)
Special Effects
The Conspirators (1944)
Special Effects Director

Director (Short)

Trial by Trigger (1944)
Director
The Lady and the Lug (1940)
Director
Lincoln in the White House (1939)
Director
Niagara Falls (1930)
Director

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Blackwell's Island (1939) - The Voice Of The People Rapid intro of three top-billed stars, John Garfield as reporter Tim (Joe Cunningham his boss), fired then re-hired for exposing a waterfront racket, meeting nurse Sunny (Rosemary Lane) through her cop brother (Dick Purcell), while trying to visit the bad guy’s victim, in Blackwell’s Island, 1939.
Blackwell's Island (1939) - I'm Studying My Ants Quirky mobster Bull (Stanley Fields) playing with pets and his moll (Peggy Shannon) receives brash reporter Hayden (John Garfield) who’s not backing down, crooked pol Cardigan (Morgan Conway) near the end, in Blackwell’s Island, 1939, story and screenplay by Crane Wilbur.
Blackwell's Island (1939) - I Look Like A Waffle Reporter Tim (John Garfield), helped by witness Sunny (Rosemary Lane) and his editor (Joe Cunningham) slugs the D-A (Leon Ames) so he can get into the jail being run by gangster inmate Bull, where neighbor Benny (Charley Foy) shows him some ropes, in Blackwell’s Island, 1939.
Mark of Zorro, The (1920) - Don Diego We all know who he really is, but Don Diego (Douglas Fairbanks) is quite sure the drunken Sergeant Pedro (Noah Beery) remains in the dark, in The Mark of Zorro, 1920.
Mark of Zorro, The (1920) - Lolita Much personality is revealed in the swordfight as Zorro (Douglas Fairbanks) drops in on Captain Ramon (Robert McKim) who's been mistreating Lolita (Marguerite De La Motte) in The Mark of Zorro, 1920.
Mark of Zorro, The (1920) - Opening Producer and star Douglas Fairbanks does not appear in this opening sequence, amounting to a lengthy preamble and tone-setting scene, from The Mark Of Zorro, 1920.
Mark of Zorro, The (1920) - Tell That To Zorro! Testing the theory that abusing a peasant will produce Zorro (Douglas Fairbanks), Sergeant Pedro (Noah Beery) finds out it's true, in The Mark of Zorro 1920.
Hot Money (1936) - What A Big House! Hustler Willy (Andrew Tombes) arrives with investor Dourfuss (Joseph Cawthorne) to collect P-R man Chick (Ross Alexander) from his temporary home in Ossining, NY, crackpot inventor Dr. David (Paul Graetz) secured in the back seat, early in Hot Money, 1936.
Hot Money (1936) - Female Typewriters! Deal-maker Willy (Andrew Tombes) trying to reassure investor Dourfuss (Joseph Cawthorne) that Chick (Ross Alexander) isn't splurging on the new firm, job applicants Ruth (Anne Nagel) and Grace (Beverly Roberts) arriving, in Hot Money, 1936.
Penrod And Sam (1937) - Young Hoodlums Introduction of Verman (Phillip Hurlic), abused by bully Rodney (Jackie Morrow), together encountering Penrod (Billy Mauch) and Sam (Harry Watson), then the fathers of two combatants (Frank Craven, Charles Halton), early in Warner Bros.' 1937 version of Booth Tarkington's Penrod And Sam.
Penrod And Sam (1937) - Suspicious Looking Characters Penrod (Billy Mauch) calls his Junior G-Man club meeting to order, Verman (Phillip Hurlic) on lookout, pal Sam (Harry Watson) and friends (Alan Davis, Si Wills, Billy Lechner, Jerry Madden, Billy Wolfstone) in support, in Penrod And Sam, 1937.
Maybe It's Love (1935) - All Men Are Alike Bobby (Gloria Stuart) meeting boyfriend Rims (Ross Alexander) for the subway ride to work, where he's summoned by spitting-mad boss Mengle (Joseph Cawthorn) to deal with idle junior (Phillip Reed), in Warner Bros.' Maybe It's Love, 1935.

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