Irving Pichel


Director
Irving Pichel

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Day of Triumph (1954)
Director
Martin Luther (1953)
Director
Mask of the Avenger (1951)
Director
Santa Fe (1951)
Director
Destination Moon (1950)
Director
Quicksand (1950)
Director
The Great Rupert (1950)
Director
Without Honor (1949)
Director
The Miracle of the Bells (1948)
Director
Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (1948)
Director
Something in the Wind (1947)
Director
They Won't Believe Me (1947)
Director
Colonel Effingham's Raid (1946)
Director
Tomorrow Is Forever (1946)
Director
The Bride Wore Boots (1946)
Director
O.S.S. (1946)
Director
Temptation (1946)
Director
A Medal for Benny (1945)
Director
And Now Tomorrow (1944)
Director
The Eve of St. Mark (1944)
Fill-In Director
The Moon Is Down (1943)
Director
Happy Land (1943)
Director
Holy Matrimony (1943)
Fill-In Director
Life Begins at Eight-Thirty (1942)
Director
Secret Agent of Japan (1942)
Director
The Pied Piper (1942)
Director
Swamp Water (1941)
Dialogue Director
The Great Commandment (1941)
Director
Dance Hall (1941)
Director
Hudson's Bay (1941)
Director
The Man I Married (1940)
Director
Earthbound (1940)
Director
The Sheik Steps Out (1937)
Director
Larceny on the Air (1937)
Director
The Duke Comes Back (1937)
Director
Beware of Ladies (1936)
Director
The Gentleman from Louisiana (1936)
Director
She (1935)
Director
Before Dawn (1933)
Director
The Most Dangerous Game (1932)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Martin Luther (1953)
Chancellor Brueck
Santa Fe (1951)
Harned
This Is Korea! (1951)
Narrator
Something in the Wind (1947)
Garage attendant
Tomorrow Is Forever (1946)
Commentator's voice
The Moon Is Down (1943)
Peder
Torture Ship (1939)
Dr. Herbert Stander
Juarez (1939)
Carbajal
Topper Takes a Trip (1939)
Prosecutor
Rio (1939)
Rocco
Exile Express (1939)
Victor
Dick Tracy's G-Men (1939)
Gambling Ship (1938)
The Profesor
Jezebel (1938)
Huger
There Goes My Heart (1938)
Mr. Gorman
Newsboys' Home (1938)
[Tom] Davenport
Special Agent K-7 (1937)
Lester Owens
Armored Car (1937)
Walinsky
The Life of Emile Zola (1937)
Mathieu Dreyfus
High, Wide and Handsome (1937)
Mr. Stark
Join the Marines (1937)
Colonel Leonard
Don't Gamble with Love (1936)
Rick Collins
The House of a Thousand Candles (1936)
Anton Sebastian
Down to the Sea (1936)
Alex Grenaris
General Spanky (1936)
Captain Simmons
Hearts in Bondage (1936)
Gideon Welles
Dracula's Daughter (1936)
Sandor
Three Kids and a Queen (1935)
Kraft
Special Agent (1935)
United States District Attorney
She Was a Lady (1934)
Marco
I Am a Thief (1934)
Count Trentini
Fog over Frisco (1934)
Jake Bello
Cleopatra (1934)
Apollodorus
Such Women Are Dangerous (1934)
Stanley
Return of the Terror (1934)
[Daniel] Burke
British Agent (1934)
[Sergei] Pavlov
The Silver Streak (1934)
Bronte
The Billion Dollar Scandal (1933)
Albert Griswold
Oliver Twist (1933)
Fagin
The Mysterious Rider (1933)
Cliff Harkness
I'm No Angel (1933)
Bob, the attorney
Night Flight (1933)
Dr. Decosta
The Story of Temple Drake (1933)
Lee Goodwin
King of the Jungle (1933)
Corey
The Woman Accused (1933)
District Attorney Clarke
The Right to Romance (1933)
Dr. Beck
Two Kinds of Women (1932)
Senator Krull
Madame Butterfly (1932)
Yamadori
The Painted Woman (1932)
Robert Dunn
Forgotten Commandments (1932)
Prof. Marinov
Westward Passage (1932)
Harry [Ottendorf]
The Miracle Man (1932)
Henry Holmes
Wild Girl (1932)
Rufe Waters
Strange Justice (1932)
L. D. Waters
The Road to Reno (1931)
Robert Millett
The Cheat (1931)
Hardy Livingstone
Murder by the Clock (1931)
Phillip Endicott
An American Tragedy (1931)
District attorney [Orville Mason]
The Right To Love (1930)
Caleb Evans

Producer (Feature Film)

Swamp Water (1941)
Producer

Cast (Short)

Cavalcade of the Academy Awards (1940)
Himself
Old Hickory (1940)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

High, Wide And Handsome (1937) - She's Been Kissed Before At the town dance in Titusville, PA, 1859, infatuated Peter (Randolph Scott) with visiting medicine-show performer Sally (Irene Dunne) as his Grandma (Elizabeth Patterson) jousts with stuffy Stark (Irving Pichel) and a scuff-up with Scanlon (Charles Bickford) ensues, in High, Wide And Handsome, 1937.
They Won't Believe Me (1947) - To The Jury Please Opening scenes, folksy lawyer Cahill (Frank Ferguson) beginning his defense of slippery Larry (Robert Young), brief introductions for Tom Powers, Janet Shaw, Jane Greer and others who will figure in the story, from They Won't Believe Me, 1947, also starring Susan Hayward.
They Won't Believe Me (1947) - Won't You Need Some Socks? Still in deep flashback from his murder trial, proven cad husband Larry (Robert Young) finds out that wealthy wife Greta (Rita Johnson) is way ahead of his plan to skip town with his girlfriend, in They Won't Believe Me, 1947.
They Won't Believe Me (1947) -- How Do You Know I'll Show Up? Larry (Robert Young) can't forget about Verna (Susan Hayward). so he's summoned her to the mountains to share his new plan to fleece his wife, in They Won't Believe Me, 1947.
Dracula's Daughter (1936) - My Mistress Is An Artist In foggy London Sandor (Irivng Pichel), aide to the title character, solicits pretty vagrant Lili (Nan Gray) as a model for Countess Marya (Gloria Holden) who, it turns out, has not quite overcome her cravings after all, in Universal's Dracula's Daughter, 1936.
Dracula's Daughter (1936) - What Do You See In My Eyes? The evening after she’s gratefully buried her father, staked through the heart, Countess Marya (Gloria Holden, title character) believes she’s free but Sandor (Irving Pichel), her assistant (or something?) has doubts, and she decides to go out, in Universal’s Dracula’s Daughter. 1936.
British Agent (1934) - This Red Millenium Days after the Bolshevik coup in Petrograd, stranded British diplomat Locke (Leslie Howard), charged with placating the new government, meets charming militant Elena (Kay Francis), whom he rescued earlier, in British Agent, 1934.
Swamp Water (1941) - The Okefenokee Swamp Opening renowned French director Jean Renoir’s first film in the U.S., on location at the Okefenokee in Georgia, Dana Andrews in a search party, with Walter Huston, Ward Bond and others, in Swamp Water, 1941, from the only novel by Georgia-born Vereen Bell, who died in action in the Philippines in World War Two.
Swamp Water (1941) - You Little Fightin' Cat Dana Andrews is backwoods Georgia teen Ben, planning to enter the Okefenokee to find his dog, at the general store with locals including Eugene Pallette, Russell Simpson, Ward Bond, Guinn Williams and Anne Baxter, as the rather wild young ward of the owner, Jean Renoir directing, in Swamp Water, 1941.
Swamp Water (1941) - They Was Cottonmouth Bit Probably recklessly camping out in the Okefenokee Swamp in hopes of finding his lost hunting dog, Georgia teenager Ben (Dana Andrews) gets clobbered by an unseen assailant, whom we learn is Walter Brennan, as escaped convict Tom Keefer, in director Jean Renoir’s first American film, Swamp Water, 1941.
Swamp Water (1941) - Trouble's Like Me Georgian Ben (Dana Andrews) has moved out of his folks’ house now that he’s got a secret partner in fur-trapping in the Okefenokee, and he’s eager to tell the partner’s daughter Julie (Anne Baxter), an orphan quasi-servant who doesn’t even know he’s alive, about the good news, in Jean Renoir’s Swamp Water, 1941.
Story Of Temple Drake, The (1933) - It's Like There Were Two Me's Temple (Miriam Hopkins) at the dance, first with grand-dad (Guy Standing) and spurned suitor Stephen (William Gargan), then Bob (Grady Sutton), then Toddy (William Collier Jr.) who brought her, explaining herself, in The Story Of Temple Drake, 1933, from the William Faulkner novel.

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