William Wellman Jr.

William Wellman Jr.




Cast (Feature Film)

Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (1995)
Lies of the Heart: The Story of Laurie Kellogg (1994)
The Puppet Masters (1994)
A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story (1978)
The Private Files Of J. Edgar Hoover (1977)
Dwight Webb Senior
MacArthur (1977)
Lieutenant Bulkeley
It's Alive (1974)
The Trial of Billy Jack (1974)
Black Caesar (1973)
Alfred Coleman
Which Way to the Front? (1970)
The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell (1968)
Corporal Kennedy
The Happiest Millionaire (1967)
Lieutenant Grayson
The Born Losers (1967)
The Big Mouth (1967)
A Swingin' Summer (1965)
The Young Sinner (1965)
Winter A-Go-Go (1965)
Jeff Forrester
Young Fury (1965)
The Disorderly Orderly (1964)
Gunfight at Comanche Creek (1963)
A Swingin' Affair (1963)
Dondi (1961)
The Errand Boy (1961)
College Confidential (1960)
College boy
Macumba Love (1960)
Sergeant Rutledge (1960)
Court guard
The Horse Soldiers (1959)
Pork Chop Hill (1959)
Iron man
High School Confidential! (1958)
Darby's Rangers (1958)
Eli Clatworthy
Lafayette Escadrille (1958)
Bill Wellman, Sr.
Sayonara (1957)
Star and Stripes Reporter

Writer (Feature Film)

A Star is Born (2018)
Source Material

Producer (Feature Film)

Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (1995)
Executive Producer

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (1995)

Cast (Special)

Young Lives (1981)
Johnny Royce; The Night Club Owner

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

James A. Michener's "Space" (1985)
The Blue and the Gray (1982)

Life Events

Photo Collections

Battleground - Behind-the-Scenes Stills
Here are a number of photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of MGM's Battleground (1949), directed by William Wellman and starring Van Johnson, Ricardo Montalban, James Whitmore, George Murphy, and many others.


Movie Clip

Lafayette Escadrille (1958) -- (Movie Clip) In Good Company Clint Eastwood's first scene, as the Yanks (David Janssen, Jody McCrea, Tab Hunter, William Wellman Jr., as his dad) spend their first night in France, the de facto honor roll being much of the point for narrator, director and producer William A. Wellman, in Lafayette Escadrille, 1958.
Lafayette Escadrille (1958) -- (Movie Clip) He's Forgotten You Exist Just arrived in 1914 France, American volunteer fliers (William Wellman Jr., Jody McCrea, David Janssen and especially Tab Hunter as "Thad") notice Renee' (Etchika Choreau) and other locals, early in director William A. Wellman's Lafayette Escadrille, 1958.
Stingaree (1934) -- (Movie Clip) That's The Name Of A Fish Riding up to an Outback tavern, Richard Dix (whom we will learn is the outlaw title character) joins a conversation with a soused lawman (George Barraud) and visiting English composer Sir Julian (Conway Tearle), in RKO's Stingaree, 1934, also starring Irene Dunne and Mary Boland.
Stingaree (1934) -- (Movie Clip) I Wasn't Supposed To Meet You Richard Dix (the bandit title character, in colonial Australia) cannily assumes the identity of a visiting English composer, pretty, talented but indentured Hilda (Irene Dunne) having presumed incorrectly, in RKO's Stingaree, 1934, restored by TCM.
Born Losers, The (1967) -- (Movie Clip) You Bumped Into My Bike Bikers led by Jeremy Slate as "Danny," in their first encounter with a citizen of a California town, William Wellman Jr. his top aide, early in the biker-boom feature directed by and starring Tom Laughlin as vigilante "Billy Jack," in The Born Losers, 1967.
Stingaree (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Australia's All Right In 1874 Australia, Henry Stephenson is sheep baron Clarkson, chatting with lawman Radford (George Barraud) until the ebullient Mrs. Clarkson (Mary Boland) appears, followed by de facto servant Hilda (Irene Dunne), opening RKO's Stingaree, 1934, starring Richard Dix, restored by TCM.
Stingaree (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Compassion For The Outlaw In colonial Australia, hostess Mrs. Clarkson (Mary Boland) is dominating visiting Sir Julian (Conway Tearle), her husband (Henry Stephenson), and proceedings in general until suave bandit Richard Dix (title character) intervenes, in RKO's Stingaree, 1934, also starring Irene Dunne.