Bayard Veiller


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The Trial of Mary Dugan (1929)
Director
The Right That Failed (1922)
Director
Sherlock Brown (1922)
Director
The Face Between (1922)
Director
Alias Ladyfingers (1921)
Director
Ladyfingers (1921)
Director
There Are No Villains (1921)
Director
The Last Card (1921)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Red Planet Mars (1952)
Roger Cronyn

Writer (Feature Film)

The Woman Accused (1933)
Screenwriter
Unashamed (1932)
Original Screenplay
Night Court (1932)
Screenwriter
Arséne Lupin (1932)
Dial
Guilty Hands (1931)
Story and dial
The Trial of Mary Dugan (1929)
Dial
Held by the Law (1927)
Story
Under the Red Robe (1923)
Scen
Unseeing Eyes (1923)
Adaptation
Sherlock Brown (1922)
Story
The Deadlier Sex (1920)
Story
Held in Trust (1920)
Titles
Pretty Smooth (1919)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

Car 99 (1935)
Producer
Father Brown, Detective (1934)
Producer
The Notorious Sophie Lang (1934)
Producer
The Witching Hour (1934)
Producer
Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen (1934)
Producer
Menace (1934)
Producer
One Hour Late (1934)
Producer
The Eagle and the Hawk (1933)
Associate Producer
Disgraced (1933)
Producer
Big Executive (1933)
Supervisor
Midnight Club (1933)
Producer
The Off-Shore Pirate (1921)
Director of prod
The Lure of Youth (1921)
Producer
There Are No Villains (1921)
Producer
The Marriage of William Ashe (1921)
Supervisor
Blackmail (1920)
Chief of prod
Cinderella's Twin (1920)
Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)
Production Coordinator

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Arsene Lupin (1932) - Call Me Sir! Barrymore brothers (Lionel as detective "Guechard," John as "Duke Of Chamarace" AND the title character,) playing tricks on each other, early in the MGM hit Arsene Lupin, 1932.
Arsene Lupin (1932) - How Do You Like My Bed? Having just ducked bill collectors at his own party, the Duke (John Barrymore, also a thief and the title character) finds naked Sonia (Karen Morley) in his bed, in Arsene Lupin, 1932.
Guilty Hands (1931) - Justifiable Murder Crafty opening by director W.S. "Woody" Van Dyke, lawyer Grant (Lionel Barrymore) sharing soon-to-be relevant thoughts on murder, met at the station by daughter Barbara (Madge Evans), in MGM's Guilty Hands, 1931, also starring Kay Francis and Alan Mowbray.
Guilty Hands (1931) - Carried Away By Some Girl Having just announced their surprise engagement, affluent host Gordon (Alan Mowbray) with Barbara (Madge Evans), daughter of his sagacious and lawyer Grant (Lionel Barrymore), the insulted mistress Marjorie (Kay Francis) playing harp and expressing displeasure, in Guilty Hands, 1931.
Guilty Hands (1931) - He Was A Cowardly Sort Following the apparent (we know better...) suicide of their host, his newly betrothed Barbara (Madge Evans) distraught, her (guilty) lawyer father Grant (Lionel Barrymore) taking charge, the bereaved mistress Marjorie (Kay Francis) objecting, in MGM's Guilty Hands, 1931.
Paid (1930) - I Said Disrobe! Wrongly (of course) convicted Mary (Joan Crawford) being inducted to prison, various shocks, then making friends with Aggie (Marie Prevost), in Paid, 1930, directed by Sam Wood.
Paid (1930) - I Don't Care What She Is! Instant disgrace for ex-con Mary (Joan Crawford), meeting Edward (Purnell B. Pratt), father of her new husband Bob (Kent Douglass), and other authority figures (Hale Hamilton, John Mijan) in Paid, 1930.

Bibliography