Harry Pollard


Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Fast Life (1932)
Director
When a Fellow Needs a Friend (1932)
Director
When a Feller Needs a Friend (1932)
Director
Shipmates (1931)
Director
The Prodigal (1931)
Director
Undertow (1930)
Director
Show Boat (1929)
Director
Uncle Tom's Cabin (1928)
Director
The Cohens and Kellys (1926)
Director
California Straight Ahead (1925)
Director
The Reckless Age (1924)
Director
K--The Unknown (1924)
Director
Trimmed (1922)
Director
Confidence (1922)
Director
Which Woman? (1918)
Director
The Danger Game (1918)
Director
The Devil's Assistant (1917)
Director
The Girl Who Couldn't Grow Up (1917)
Director
The Girl Who Wouldn't Grow Up (1917)
Director
Miss Jackie of the Navy (1916)
Director
The Dragon (1916)
Director
The Pearl of Paradise (1916)
Director
The Miracle of Life (1915)
Director
The Girl from His Town (1915)
Director
Infatuation (1915)
Director
The Quest (1915)
Director
Out of Bondage (1915)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

The Pearl of Paradise (1916)
John Dellow
The Quest (1915)
John Douglas
Infatuation (1915)
Cyril Adair

Writer (Feature Film)

Show Boat (1929)
Dial
Uncle Tom's Cabin (1928)
Scen
The Cohens and Kellys (1926)
Adaptation
California Straight Ahead (1925)
Scen
The Girl Who Couldn't Grow Up (1917)
Scen
The Pearl of Paradise (1916)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

When a Feller Needs a Friend (1932)
Producer
The Devil's Assistant (1917)
Producer

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Fast Life (1932)
Company
The Prodigal (1931)
Company
Shipmates (1931)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927) - Contented Servitors Mentioned previously but only now introduced, James Lowe as the title character, in 1856 Kentucky, trusted by his owner Shelby (Jack Mower) to handle cash while visiting Ohio, confusing his business associate Haley (Adolph Milar), and bringing a gift to his wife (Gertrude Howard), in Universal’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1927.
Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927) - He Ain't For Sale On the evening of the happy wedding of light-skinned Kentucky slaves George (Arthur Edmund Carew) and Eliza (Margarita Fisher), his owner Harris (Skipper Zeliff) shows up to take possession, resisting attempts by the Shelby’s (Jack Mower, Vivian Oakland) to buy him, early in Universal’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1927.
Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927) - The Falls Are Just Below The famous ice-floe spectacle, from the Harriet Beecher Stowe novel, fugitive slave mother Eliza (Margarita Fisher) and child flee in a winter storm to a free state, famously re-shot entirely in Hollywood after an expensive, failed shoot in upstate New York, in Universal’s multi-million dollar epic treatment of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1927.
Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927) - Sold Down The River Not the origin but one of the more famous literary uses of the phrase, James Lowe, the title character, separated in Kentucky from the benevolent Shelby (Jack Mower) and his own wife (Gertrude Howard), then on the riverboat restored by Universal Pictures, shot on location on the Mississippi, in Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1927.

Companions

Margarita Fischer
Wife
Actor.

Bibliography

Notes

Not to be confused with the Australian actor of the same name