Luther Reed


Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Convention Girl (1934)
Director
Hit the Deck (1930)
Director
Dixiana (1930)
Director
Rio Rita (1929)
Director
The Sawdust Paradise (1928)
Director
New York (1927)
Director
Evening Clothes (1927)
Director
Shanghai Bound (1927)
Director
Honeymoon Hate (1927)
Director
The World at Her Feet (1927)
Director
The Ace of Cads (1926)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Tres amores (1934)
Screenwriter
Bachelor Mother (1933)
Screenwriter
The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1933)
Screenplay and dial
Hit the Deck (1930)
Adaptation
Dixiana (1930)
Adaptation
Rio Rita (1929)
Scen
Let's Get Married (1926)
Adaptation
Kid Boots (1926)
Scen
Say It Again (1926)
Story
The Shock Punch (1925)
Screenwriter
Womanhandled (1925)
Adaptation
Lovers in Quarantine (1925)
Screenwriter
Yolanda (1924)
Scen
The Great White Way (1924)
Adaptation
Little Old New York (1923)
Adaptation
Adam and Eva (1923)
Scen
When Knighthood Was in Flower (1923)
Adaptation
The Young Diana (1922)
Scen
Beauty's Worth (1922)
Scen
Enchantment (1921)
Scen
Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford (1921)
Scen
The Lure of Youth (1921)
Scen
Beau Revel (1921)
Scen
The Lure of Youth (1921)
Story
Cinderella's Twin (1920)
Story
Let's Be Fashionable (1920)
Scen
Mary's Ankle (1920)
Scen
Below the Surface (1920)
Story
Cinderella's Twin (1920)
Scen
Behind the Door (1919)
Scen
The Light (1919)
Story
The Amateur Aventuress (1919)
Screenwriter
With Neatness and Dispatch (1918)
Scen

Producer (Feature Film)

Street Girl (1929)
Associate Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

When Knighthood Was In Flower (1922) - Locked On Two Sides Biggest scene for William Powell in only his second picture, as new King Francis I of France, determined to take his father’s widow, the young Queen Mary, formerly Tudor, of France (Marion Davies), for his own, her friend Caskoden (Ernest Glendenning) aiding her escape, in When Knighthood Was In Flower, 1922.
When Knighthood Was In Flower (1922) - Mary Tudor, Sister Of Henry Opening with Marion Davies as Mary Tudor, a historical figure, heroine of a best-selling novel from which the film takes its name, Lyn Harding her brother Henry VIII, Forrest Stanley as dashing Brandon, Pedro de Cordoba as Buckingham, a lavish production from William Randolph Hearst’s Cosmopolitan Pictures, When Knighthood Was In Flower, 1922.
When Knighthood Was In Flower (1922) - You Will Be Queen Princess Mary Tudor (Marion Davies) with aide Jane (Ruth Shepley) makes a prohibited visit to the soothsayer (Gustav Von Seyffertitz), hoping to hear she’ll be able to marry her beloved commoner Brandon (Forrest Stanley), who outside guards her from enemies led by Buckingham (Pedro De Cordoba), early in When Knighthood Was In Flower, 1922.
When Knighthood Was In Flower (1922) - Love Was Not Mentioned Indignant young Mary Tudor (Marion Davies) with her confidante Jane Bolingbroke (Ruth Shepley) complains about her brother Henry VIII (Lyn Harding) planning to marry her off, early in William Randolph Hearst’s expansive 1922 box-office hit, When Knighthood Was In Flower.

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