Capt. Jack Robertson


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Captain Hurricane (1935)
Director
Grand Old Girl (1935)
Director
Our Little Girl (1935)
Director
Wednesday's Child (1934)
Director
His Greatest Gamble (1934)
Director
Crime Doctor (1934)
Director
One Man's Journey (1933)
Director
Little Orphan Annie (1932)
Director
Beyond Victory (1931)
Director
The Phantom of Paris (1931)
Director
The Break Up (1930)
Director
Captain of the Guard (1930)
Director
Night Ride (1930)
Director
Madonna of the Streets (1930)
Director
The Single Standard (1929)
Director
Shanghai Lady (1929)
Director
Annie Laurie (1927)
Director
Captain Salvation (1927)
Director
The Road to Romance (1927)
Director
Alaskan Adventures (1926)
Director
The True North (1925)
Director
Shore Leave (1925)
Director
Soul-Fire (1925)
Director
New Toys (1925)
Director
Classmates (1924)
Director
The Enchanted Cottage (1924)
Director
The Bright Shawl (1923)
Director
The Fighting Blade (1923)
Director
Twenty-One (1923)
Director
The Spanish Jade (1922)
Director
Tess of the Storm Country (1922)
Director
Love's Boomerang (1922)
Director
Sentimental Tommy (1921)
Director
The Magic Cup (1921)
Director
Footlights (1921)
Director
A Dark Lantern (1920)
Director
39 East (1920)
Director
Away Goes Prudence (1920)
Director
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)
Director
Here Comes the Bride (1919)
Director
The Misleading Widow (1919)
Director
Sadie Love (1919)
Director
Erstwhile Susan (1919)
Director
Come Out of the Kitchen (1919)
Director
Let's Elope (1919)
Director
The Test of Honor (1919)
Director
The Girl of Today (1918)
Director
Little Miss Hoover (1918)
Director
The Bottom of the Well (1917)
Director
Baby Mine (1917)
Director
Intrigue (1917)
Director
The Money Mill (1917)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Alaskan Adventures (1926)
The True North (1925)
Her Right to Live (1917)
Daniel Hoadley
The Maelstrom (1917)
His Wife's Good Name (1916)
Doctor Cameron
An Enemy to the King (1916)
Claude Le Chastre
The Conflict (1916)
Fred Weyburn
The Combat (1916)
Philip Lewis
The Destroyers (1916)
Lawlor
The Supreme Temptation (1916)
Monsignor Picard

Cinematography (Feature Film)

United 93 (2006)
Electrician rigger
The Hours (2002)
Chief rigging Electrician
Alaskan Adventures (1926)
Director of Photography

Writer (Feature Film)

The Girl of Today (1918)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

One Man's Journey (1933) - To My Son's Future Wife Frances Dee is Joan, fianceè to ambitious young doctor Jimmy (Joel McCrea), who is inspired to introduce herself to his humbler father Eli (Lionel Barrymore, title character), in RKO's One Man's Journey, 1933.
One Man's Journey (1933) - It's Your Own Flesh And Blood Struggling New England small-town doctor Lionel Barrymore tries to console bereaved father David Landau in the TCM-restored One Man's Journey, 1933.
One Man's Journey (1933) - It Must Be The Water Passage of time as humble New England single-father Dr. Watt (Lionel Barrymore) carries on his selfless work and his son grows up to be Joel McCrea, and smallpox breaks out, in One Man’s Journey, 1933, the RKO melodrama restored by TCM, from a story by Katharine Haviland-Taylor.
Single Standard, The (1929) - Men Have Done As They Pleased The fairly smashing introduction of brunette, flapper-ish Greta Garbo (in her 2nd-to-last silent film) as "Arden," Mahlon Hamilton a wandering husband seeking her confidence, Dorothy Sebastian as Mercedes at the party, and Johnny Mack Brown as admirer Tommy, opening The Single Standard, 1929.
Single Standard, The (1929) - I Don't Believe In Half Measures Greta Garbo as free-spirited Arden has fled a San Francisco party, insisting that her occasional boyfriend, her family chauffeur Kendall (Robert Castle) accompany her for a drive, her higher society friends not approving, early in The Single Standard, 1929.
Single Standard, The (1929) - Want To See A Fight? Fleeing rain and wolves on the San Francisco streets, heroine Arden (Greta Garbo) comes upon a modern art exhibit and it's improbable prize-fighter turned-painter honoree "Packy," (Garbo's fellow Swede Nils Asther), in The Single Standard, 1929, from an Adela Rogers St. Johns novel.
Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (1920) - His Imagination Afire John Barrymore goes there and back, almost entirely without effects, in one of the earlier and most celebrated transformations, from the Famous Players studio and producer Adolph Zukor, in Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde, 1920.
Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (1920) - Tampering With The Supernatural Opening introducing the morally sound Jekyll (John Barrymore), with fancy science, still provoking a warning from mentor Lanyon (Charles Lane), and evoking 19th century London society, in Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde, 1920.
Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (1920) - Afraid Of Temptation Lured to London's seamier side by the apparently voyeuristic Carew (Brandon Hurst), John Barrymore (here as the polite persona of the title character) is enticed by a dancer (Nita Naldi) but not yet led astray, in Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde, 1920.
Captain Salvation (1927) - Down Sea From Boston Opening, fictional 1840 New England, we meet Mary (Marceline Day), her reverend-father (Jay Hunt) and star Lars Hanson, the Swede imported by Lillian Gish to co-star in The Scarlet Letter, playing a seafaring divinity student, plus his grumpy ship-owner uncle (Sam De Grasse), in MGM's Captain Salvation, 1927.
Captain Salvation (1927) - Waterfront Jezebel MGM roars a silent Nor'easter into 1840 New England, among those rescued is de-facto leading lady Pauline Starke as "Bess Morgan," and nobody cares about her except the leading man Lars Hanson, as sailor and ministry student "Anson," his girlfriend Mary (Marceline Day) confused, in Captain Salvation, 1927.

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