Alfred Santell


Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

That Brennan Girl (1946)
Director
Mexicana (1945)
Director
The Hairy Ape (1944)
Director
Jack London (1943)
Director
Beyond the Blue Horizon (1942)
Director
Aloma of the South Seas (1941)
Director
Our Leading Citizen (1939)
Director
Having Wonderful Time (1938)
Director
The Arkansas Traveler (1938)
Director
Cocoanut Grove (1938)
Director
Internes Can't Take Money (1937)
Director
Breakfast for Two (1937)
Director
Winterset (1936)
Director
A Feather in Her Hat (1935)
Director
People Will Talk (1935)
Director
The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)
Director
The Right to Romance (1933)
Director
Bondage (1933)
Director
Polly of the Circus (1932)
Director
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1932)
Director
Tess of the Storm Country (1932)
Director
Sob Sister (1931)
Director
Body and Soul (1931)
Director
Daddy Long Legs (1931)
Director
The Arizona Kid (1930)
Director
The Sea Wolf (1930)
Director
Romance of the Rio Grande (1929)
Director
Twin Beds (1929)
Director
This Is Heaven (1929)
Director
The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come (1928)
Director
Show Girl (1928)
Director
Wheel of Chance (1928)
Director
Orchids and Ermine (1927)
Director
The Gorilla (1927)
Director
The Patent Leather Kid (1927)
Director
The Dancer of Paris (1926)
Director
Bluebeard's Seven Wives (1926)
Director
Subway Sadie (1926)
Director
Just Another Blonde (1926)
Director
Sweet Daddies (1926)
Director
Classified (1925)
Director
The Marriage Whirl (1925)
Director
Parisian Nights (1925)
Director
Empty Hearts (1924)
Director
The Man Who Played Square (1924)
Director
Fools in the Dark (1924)
Director
Lights Out (1923)
Director
Wildcat Jordan (1922)
Director
It Might Happen to You (1920)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

It Might Happen to You (1920)
Scen
The Gilded Youth (1917)
Titles
Bluff (1916)
Scen
Lonesome Town (1916)
Scen
A Million for Mary (1916)
Scen
Three Pals (1916)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

That Brennan Girl (1946)
Producer
Mexicana (1945)
Producer
The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come (1928)
Producer
The Patent Leather Kid (1927)
Producer
Introduce Me (1925)
Supervisor

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1932)
Company
Tess of the Storm Country (1932)
Company
Daddy Long Legs (1931)
Company
Sob Sister (1931)
Company
Body and Soul (1931)
Company
Cuerpo y alma (1931)
Company

Writer (Short)

Dirty Work in a Laundry (1915)
Writer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

That Brennan Girl (1946) - Don't Forget Mother's Day After an opening establishing San Francisco, 1946, churches and marriages, Mona Freeman as Ziggy meets a kid (uncredited) then rushes to her mother (June Duprez) who, it transpires, wants to be seen as her sister, in That Brennan Girl, 1946, based on a story reported for the San Francisco Examiner by Adela Rogers St. Johns.
That Brennan Girl (1946) - Cold As An Igloo Another anecdote from her hard-case San Fransisco upbringing, Mona Freeman as Ziggy (title character) gets sprung by her brassy mother (June Duprez) then at a party with Ed (Steve Pendleton), usurped by James Dunn (his first scene, as Denny), in Republic Pictures’ That Brennan Girl, 1946.
That Brennan Girl (1946) - Skies In Your Eyes Now a practicing San Francisco con-artist, working with her partner Denny (James Dunn), Ziggy (Mona Freeman, title character) gets sent to make a phone call and tumbles to a new mark, soldier Mart (William Marshall), in That Brennan Girl, 1946, based on work by journalist Adela Rogers St. Johns.
Breakfast For Two (1937) - Did I Bring Anything Else Home? Joining butler Butch (Eric Blore) on his journey through many gaudy rooms, he is surprised at first to find Barbara Stanwyck in his master’s shower, then not surprised to find Herbert Marshall, worse for wear, still in his evening clothes, opening Breakfast For Two, 1937.
Breakfast For Two (1937) - I'll Smash You Against The Rocks! Shipping heir Jonathan (Herbert Marshall) refuses consolation (from Etienne Girardot) over losing his firm, angrier still to find his one-night-stand Val (Barbara Stanwyck), secretly smitten with him and in league with his butler (Eric Blore), is behind it, Breakfast For Two, 1937.
Polly of the Circus - Opening Credits Opening title sequence from the Marion Davies vehicle Polly of the Circus 1932, fifteen years after the Mae Marsh silent, this time co-starring Clark Gable.
Polly of the Circus - Reverend Hartley Just arrived in town, trapeze artist Polly (Marion Davies) wants to know why Reverend Hartley (Clark Gable) has allowed lewd billboards of her to appear, in Polly of the Circus, 1932.

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