James Kevin Mcguinness


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Road House (1928)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

December 7th (1943)
Narrator

Writer (Feature Film)

Rio Grande (1950)
Screenwriter
Men of Boys Town (1941)
Original Screenplay
I Take This Woman (1940)
Screenwriter
Florian (1940)
Screenwriter
The Man from Dakota (1940)
Contr to Screenplay const
Bridal Suite (1939)
Contr to Screenplay and dial
Lord Jeff (1938)
Screenwriter
Arsene Lupin Returns (1938)
Original story and Screenplay
Three Loves Has Nancy (1938)
Contr to dial
Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936)
Special seq wrt
China Seas (1935)
Screenwriter
A Night at the Opera (1935)
Story
West Point of the Air (1935)
Original Story
Tarzan and His Mate (1934)
Screenwriter
Viva Villa (1934)
Contract Writer
What Every Woman Knows (1934)
Screenwriter
When Strangers Marry (1933)
Screenwriter
The Solitaire Man (1933)
Screenwriter
Cocktail Hour (1933)
Dial
Hell Divers (1932)
Additional Dialogue
Attorney for the Defense (1932)
Story
This Sporting Age (1932)
Story
Men on Call (1931)
Story and dial
West of Broadway (1931)
Additional Dialogue
Men Without Women (1930)
Story
The 3 Sisters (1930)
Screenwriter
The 3 Sisters (1930)
Dial
Strong Boy (1929)
Scen
Salute (1929)
Screenwriter
The Black Watch (1929)
Dial
Salute (1929)
Dial
Woman Wise (1928)
Story
A Girl in Every Port (1928)
Screenplay story
The Branded Sombrero (1928)
Titles
The Secret Studio (1927)
Scen
Very Confidential (1927)
Story
Slaves of Beauty (1927)
Titles

Producer (Feature Film)

Madame X (1937)
Producer
State's Attorney (1932)
Associate Producer
Under Suspicion (1931)
Associate Producer
Men Without Women (1930)
Associate Producer
The Lone Star Ranger (1930)
Associate Producer
Born Reckless (1930)
Associate Producer
On the Level (1930)
Associate Producer
The Woman From Hell (1929)
Supervisor
Not Quite Decent (1929)
Producer

Editing (Feature Film)

Captain Lash (1929)
Film Editor

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Arsene Lupin Returns (1938) - I'm Out Of Circulation Joining Melvyn Douglas, as gentleman farmer Farrand in France, though we suspect he’s the jewel-thief title character, visited by pals (Nat Pendleton as Joe, E.E. Clive as Alf) about a New York heist, then by the almost-victim, his neighbor-girlfriend Lorraine (Virginia Bruce) and her private sleuth pal Steve (Warren William), in MGM’s Arsene Lupin Returns, 1938.
Arsene Lupin Returns (1938) - The Gentleman With The Gun Hot-shot New York federal lawman Steve Emerson (Warren William), who just quit because he was getting too much publicity, attends to his first private client, Jack Norton the hotel manager, Virginia Bruce, Monty Woolley and John Halliday the bound crime victims, in Arsene Lupin Returns, 1938, starring Melvyn Douglas in the title role.
Arsene Lupin Returns (1938) - France Will Reward You Arriving in Paris, Virginia Bruce as Lorraine, Monty Woolley her cousin, John Halliday her uncle, and Warren William the private eye from New York brought to investigate the attempted theft of their major jewel, greeted by her beau, Melvyn Douglas as the title character, though that hasn’t been revealed, George Davis the guard restraining him, in Arsene Lupin Returns, 1938.
Lord Jeff (1938) - We Carry Our Own Kit Exposed fake Lord Geoffrey (Freddie Bartholomew) and pals Baker, Thrums and Potter (Terry Kilburn, Walter Tetley and Peter Lawford age maybe 15, on harmonica) arrive at Russell-Cotes Nautical Academy, Jelks (Herbert Mundin) introducing Captain Briggs (Charles Coburn), in MGM's Lord Jeff, 1938.
Lord Jeff (1938) - Darjeeling Is Not Hot Early events, young Lord Geoffrey (Freddie Bartholomew) from India is visited by Inspector Scott (Matthew Boulton), after a trip with his governess to a London jeweler ended strangely, the first sign of funny business, with Gale Sondergaard and George Zucco on the phone, in MGM's Lord Jeff, 1938.
Lord Jeff (1938) - Any Major Infractions Captain Briggs (Charles Coburn), head of the Russell-Cotes naval academy, addresses the boys with good news, then chats with Terry O'Mulvaney (Mickey Rooney), then new boy Geoffrey (Freddie Bartholomew), about an earlier incident, in MGM's Lord Jeff, 1938.
China Seas (1935) - Are You With Me? In scenes largely about her wardrobe, China (Jean Harlow) wins a drinking game against Jamesy (Wallace Beery), who's already quit, then discovers his criminal scheme, rescued by captain Gaskell (Clark Gable), as the ship hits a storm, in MGM's sprawling China Seas, 1935.
China Seas (1935) - The Whole Dirty Picture Captain Gaskell (Clark Gable) and refined widow Sybil (Rosalind Russell) join his ex, China (Jean Harlow), and Jamesy (Wallace Beery), who have become kind-of partners in a scam, C. Aubrey Smith as the ship line owner, finishing with a scolding, in China Seas, 1935, directed by Tay Garnett.
China Seas (1935) - Number One Girl In The Archipelago Clark Gable as captain Gaskell, boarding his ship after a hard-partying call in Singapore, finds underling Rockwell (William Henry) imitating lines he himself just barked, then ambushed by girlfriend “China Doll” (Jean Harlow), who’s not done with him, early in MGM’s China Seas, 1935.
Rio Grande (1950) - Kathleen Col. Yorke (John Wayne) is surprised to receive his long-estranged wife Kathleen (Maureen O'Hara), come to seek her son's release from his own cavalry command, in the first scene in which they ever appeared together, in John Ford's Rio Grande, 1950.
Rio Grande (1950) - Colonel's Lady Kathleen (Maureen O'Hara) seems to be remembering what she liked about her estranged husband Col. Yorke (John Wayne) in John Ford's Rio Grande, 1950.
Rio Grande (1950) - Regimental Singers Col. Yorke (John Wayne) explains to his long-estranged wife Kathleen (Maureen O'Hara) that he did not choose the song by the regimental singers (the "Sons of the Pioneers") in John Ford's Rio Grande, 1950.

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