Richard Wallace


Director
Richard Wallace

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

A Kiss for Corliss (1949)
Director
Adventure in Baltimore (1949)
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Let's Live a Little (1948)
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Framed (1947)
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Tycoon (1947)
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Sinbad the Sailor (1947)
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Because of Him (1946)
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Kiss and Tell (1945)
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It's in the Bag! (1945)
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Bride by Mistake (1944)
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The Fallen Sparrow (1943)
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My Kingdom for a Cook (1943)
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Bombardier (1943)
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A Night to Remember (1942)
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The Wife Takes a Flyer (1942)
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Obliging Young Lady (1942)
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She Knew All the Answers (1941)
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A Girl, a Guy and a Gob (1941)
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Captain Caution (1940)
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The Underpup (1939)
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The Young in Heart (1938)
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John Meade's Woman (1937)
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Blossoms on Broadway (1937)
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Wedding Present (1936)
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The Little Minister (1934)
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Eight Girls in a Boat (1934)
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The Masquerader (1933)
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Tomorrow and Tomorrow (1932)
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Thunder Below (1932)
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The Road to Reno (1931)
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Kick In (1931)
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Man of the World (1931)
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Anybody's War (1930)
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Seven Days Leave (1930)
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The Right To Love (1930)
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River of Romance (1929)
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The Shopworn Angel (1929)
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Innocents of Paris (1929)
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The Butter and Egg Man (1928)
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Lady Be Good (1928)
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A Texas Steer (1927)
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American Beauty (1927)
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McFadden's Flats (1927)
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The Poor Nut (1927)
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Syncopating Sue (1926)
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Never Too Old (1926)
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Madame Mystery (1926)
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Raggedy Rose (1926)
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The Merry Widower (1926)
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Cast (Feature Film)

Divorce in the Family (1932)
Snoop [Smith]

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Creature of the Walking Dead (1965)
Photographer aditional u. s. sequence

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Captain Caution (1940)
Company

Director (Short)

Along Came Auntie (1926)
Director

Cast (Short)

A Penny a Peep (1934)

Life Events

Photo Collections

Because of Him - Behind-the-Scenes Stills
Here are a few photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of Universal's Because of Him (1946), starring Deanna Durbin and Charles Laughton.

Videos

Movie Clip

Adventure In Baltimore (1949) - My Anatomy Is Terrible Opening with 20-year-old Shirley Temple, now a young married mom, loaned out with her husband John Agar by David Selznick to RKO, with a narrated gag and encounters with Regina Wallace her teacher and Robert Young her minister father, in Adventure In Baltimore, 1949.
Adventure In Baltimore (1949) - The Little People Home early in 1905, expelled from boarding school for her liberal views about art, Shirley Temple as aspiring painter Dinah with her brother (Johnny Sands), the family maid (Tillie Born) and her mother (Josephine Hutchinson), in Adventure In Baltimore, 1949, from a story Lesser Samuels and Christopher Isherwood, also starring Temple’s husband John Agar.
Adventure In Baltimore (1949) - Making Flutter Eyes In the church where her father is pastor and her mother (Josephine Hutchinson) directs the choir, aspiring artist Dinah (Shirley Temple), expelled from boarding school for her progressive views, observes her childhood sweetheart Tom (John Agar, Temple’s husband) with his new gal (Carol Brannan), in Adventure In Baltimore, 1949.
Bombardier (1943) - Open, To Fit Him For His Task Three years between the start of production and release, during which time the U.S. entered WWII, RKO’s muscular opening to Bombardier, 1943, with the real General Eugene Lowry Eubank (1892-1997!), and a high level disagreement between Army Air Force officers and leading men Pat O’Brien and Randolph Scott.
Bombardier (1943) - You Look Scared Stiff Part of a series of impressive technical sequences, Russell Wade as Army Air Force trainee Harris, leading man Pat O’Brien narrating, Charles Russell the instructor, Randolph Scott in the cockpit, Academy Award-nominated Special Effects by Vernon L. Walker, editing by Robert Wise (assisted by young Robert Aldrich), in RKO’s Bombardier, 1943.
Bombardier (1943) - It's Just As Unlogical Randolph Scott as Army Air Force Captain Buck Oliver, a reluctant convert to high-altitude bombing, dictates a letter to old friend “Burt” (Anne Shirley) in New Mexico, advising her that his colleague Major “Chick” Davis will arrive soon to launch a training program, Barton MacLane his sergeant Dixon, in Bombardier, 1943.
Framed (1947) - How Wrong You Are Drifter, truck-driver and engineer Mike (Glenn Ford) resists the friendly approach of scheming bombshell Paula (Janis Carter), who rescued him and got him blackout-drunk the night before, in Columbia's Framed, 1947.
Framed (1947) - I'll Let The Judge Tell You Mike (Glenn Ford), who’s done well to cause nothing more than a small wreck after the truck he was hired to drive somewhere east of LA proved to have no brakes, enters the local cafe and meets Paula (Janis Carter), the barkeep (Sid Tomack) and the cops, the second scene, in Framed, 1947.
Framed (1947) - An Angel In Furs We’ve no idea why waitress Paula (Janis Carter) has paid to keep our hero (Glenn Ford, not seen), whom she just met, out of jail and left him drunk in a hotel room and quit her job, nor exactly why she’s meeting Stephen (Barry Sullivan, his first scene), but it’s sinister for sure, early in Framed, 1947.
Framed (1947) - Might Be A Good Man Looking for work and recovering from a bender, stranded in a desert town, mining engineer Mike (Glenn Ford) explains himself to the local assayer (Paul Burns), who recommends he meet Jeff (Edgar Buchanan), to whom he did a solid favor the day before, things looking up, in Framed, 1947.
Wife Takes A Flyer, The (1942) - Alien Legs Allyn Joslyn plays a comical Nazi in occupied Holland, whose girl-hunting brings him to the Woverman household, where he meets the butler (Erskine Sanford), and mother (Georgia Caine), and we meet leading man Franchot Tone, a downed British flyer, and finally leading lady Joan Bennett, early in MGM’s The Wife Takes A Flyer, 1942.
Wife Takes A Flyer, The (1942) - I Feel Like Gargantua The Nazi major (Allyn Joslyn) is taking over a Dutch household because he digs the soon-to-be-divorced daughter (Joan Bennett), while the butler (Erskine Sanford) is helping a fugitive Brit (Franchot Tone), who’s forced to improvise, Georgia Caine the clever mom, early in the MGM war-comedy The Wife Takes A Flyer, 1942.

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