Irving Reis


Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The Four Poster (1953)
Director
New Mexico (1951)
Director
Of Men and Music (1951)
Director
Dancing in the Dark (1950)
Director
Three Husbands (1950)
Director
Roseanna McCoy (1949)
Director
Enchantment (1949)
Director
All My Sons (1948)
Director
The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer (1947)
Director
Crack-Up (1946)
Director
Hitler's Children (1943)
Director
A Date with the Falcon (1942)
Director
The Big Street (1942)
Director
The Falcon Takes Over (1942)
Director
The Gay Falcon (1941)
Director
Week-End for Three (1941)
Director
Footlight Fever (1941)
Director
One Crowded Night (1940)
Director
I'm Still Alive (1940)
Director
The Business of Love (1925)
Director

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929)
Director of Photography
The Business of Love (1925)
Director of Photography
Gold and Grit (1925)
Director of Photography
Cyclone Buddy (1924)
Director of Photography
Biff Bang Buddy (1924)
Director of Photography
Fast and Fearless (1924)
Director of Photography
Breaking into Society (1923)
Director of Photography
Too Much Business (1922)
Director of Photography
The Ladder Jinx (1922)
Director of Photography
Barbarous Mexico (1913)
Camera

Writer (Feature Film)

Gambler's Choice (1944)
Screenwriter
Grand Jury Secrets (1939)
Screenwriter
King of Chinatown (1939)
Screenwriter
Grand Jury Secrets (1939)
Story
King of Alcatraz (1938)
Original story and Screenplay
Time Out for Murder (1938)
Original Story

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

Invitation to the Dance (1956)
Special cartoon Effects
Forbidden Planet (1956)
Special Effects
It's Always Fair Weather (1955)
Special Effects
Give a Girl a Break (1954)
Special Effects
Singin' in the Rain (1952)
Special Effects
Scaramouche (1952)
Special Effects
Plymouth Adventure (1952)
Special Effects
The Belle of New York (1952)
Special Effects
An American in Paris (1951)
Special Effects
The Reformer and the Redhead (1950)
Special Effects
The Barkleys of Broadway (1949)
Dancing shoes Effects in "Shoes with Wings On" number
The Canterville Ghost (1944)
Ghost Special Effects

Sound (Feature Film)

The Spanish Earth (1937)
Sound Director

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Mysterious Island (1929)
Tech Effects

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Crack-Up (1946) - Got Hold Of A Bad Blend Opening sequence in which crazed Steele (Pat O'Brien) busts into the museum and tangles with a statue, a cop (Edward Gargan) and, indirectly, the chairman (Erskine Sanford), in Crack-Up, directed by Irving Reis.
Crack-Up (1946) - Nothing Wrong With Your Mind Returning home after apparently losing his mind at the museum, military vet and art critic Steele (Pat O'Brien) with girl-friend Terry (Claire Trevor) and new Brit pal Traybin (Herbert Marshall), in Crack-Up, 1946.
Falcon Takes Over, The (1942) - A Girl Named Velma Opening the first movie version of Raymond Chandler’s Farewell, My Lovely, which RKO bought cheap for an installment in George Sanders’ “Falcon” serial, with Ward Bond as Moose Malloy seeking Velma, Allen Jenkins his unlucky interlocutor, in The Falcon Takes Over, 1942.
Falcon Takes Over, The (1942) - My Name Is Dittenfriss Series regular cop O’Hara (James Gleason) and star George Sanders as Gay Lawrence, the suave amateur detective title character, enter the night club shot up that night by a thug named Moose Malloy, Allen Jenkins as “Goldie,” who accidentally got involved, in The Falcon Takes Over, 1942, based on a Raymond Chandler novel.
Falcon Takes Over, The (1942) - How Are You, Herman? George Sanders (title character) has gamely persuaded sidekick Goldie (Allen Jenkins) to go straight to the Brooklyn house where he earlier dropped off thick-headed killer Moose Malloy (Ward Bond), eventually needing to improvise, in the series installment based on Raymond Chandler’s Farewell, My Lovely, The Falcon Takes Over, 1942.
Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer, The (1947) - Let's Join The Ants! At the town picnic, Dickie (Cary Grant) and Tommy (Rudy Vallee) face off in the novelty races, aiming to impress sisters Susan (Shirley Temple) and Margaret (Myrna Loy) in Irving Reis' The Bachelor And The Bobby-Soxer. 1947.
Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer, The (1947) - America As I See It Opening scene and the first meeting between Judge Margaret Turner (Myrna Loy) and painter Dick Nugent (Cary Grant), his lawyer (Dan Tobin) and female acquaintances (Carol Hughes, Veda Ann Borg) with off-the-cuff testimony, in The Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer, 1947.
Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer, The (1947) - Editor In Chief Painter Nugent (Cary Grant) has just made a speech at an LA high school, accosted afterward by Susan (Shirley Temple) who, he doesn't know, is the sister and ward of the judge he met in court the same morning, early in The Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer, 1947.
Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer, The (1947) - Life Has No Meaning Nugent (Cary Grant), wrongly jailed for corrupting teen Susan (Shirley Temple), is visited in jail by psychologist Beemish (Ray Collins), who then appeals to Judge Turner (Myrna Loy), elder sister of the victim, in The Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer, 1947.
Crack-Up (1946) - The Next Trip Having been inexplicably found in a restaurant, learning that his mother's sick upstate, Steele (Pat O'Brien) hops a train at Grand Central, inside the first flashback, in Crack-Up, 1946, directed by Irving Reis.
Big Street, The - Your Highness Gloria (Lucille Ball, singing dubbed) backstage with helper Ruby (Louise Beavers) and fired waiter Pinks (Henry Fonda) whom she owes a favor, delivered by her head waiter (Hans Conreid), early in Damon Runyon's The Big Street, 1942.
Big Street, The - Holland Tunnel Pinks (Henry Fonda) aiming to fulfill the wish of convalescing showgirl Gloria (Lucille Ball) to be taken to Florida, attempts to leave Manhattan via the Holland Tunnel, in The Big Street, 1942, produced by Damon Runyon from his original story.

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