Charles Brabin


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

A Wicked Woman (1934)
Director
Rasputin and the Empress (1933)
Director
Day of Reckoning (1933)
Director
The Secret of Madame Blanche (1933)
Director
Stage Mother (1933)
Director
The Washington Masquerade (1932)
Director
The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932)
Director
Beast of the City (1932)
Director
New Morals for Old (1932)
Director
The Great Meadow (1931)
Director
Sporting Blood (1931)
Director
The Ship From Shanghai (1930)
Director
Call of the Flesh (1930)
Director
The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1929)
Director
The Whip (1928)
Director
Burning Daylight (1928)
Director
Hard-Boiled Haggerty (1927)
Director
The Valley of the Giants (1927)
Director
Framed (1927)
Director
Twinkletoes (1926)
Director
Mismates (1926)
Director
Ben-Hur (1925)
Director of initial scenes in Rome
Stella Maris (1925)
Director
So Big (1924)
Director
Six Days (1923)
Director
Driven (1923)
Director
The Lights of New York (1922)
Director
The Broadway Peacock (1922)
Director
Footfalls (1921)
Director
Blind Wives (1920)
Director
While New York Sleeps (1920)
Director
Kathleen Mavourneen (1919)
Director
Thou Shalt Not (1919)
Director
La Belle Russe (1919)
Director
A Pair of Cupids (1918)
Director
Social Quicksands (1918)
Director
His Bonded Wife (1918)
Director
Buchanan's Wife (1918)
Director
The Poor Rich Man (1918)
Director
Gay and Festive Claverhouse (1918)
Director
Breakers Ahead (1918)
Director
The Adopted Son (1917)
Director
The Sixteenth Wife (1917)
Director
Babette (1917)
Director
Red, White and Blue Blood (1917)
Director
Persuasive Peggy (1917)
Director
The Price of Fame (1916)
Director
That Sort (1916)
Director
The House of the Lost Court (1915)
Director
The Raven (1915)
Director
The Necklace of Ramses (1914)
Director
The Price of the Necklace (1914)
Director
The Man Who Disappeared (1914)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

I Married an Angel (1942)
Mr. Fairmind
Love and the Law (1910)
The Lost Handbag (1909)

Writer (Feature Film)

The Great Meadow (1931)
Adaptation
Sporting Blood (1931)
A Biography comp for the screen by
Stella Maris (1925)
Scen
The Lights of New York (1922)
Scen
The Lights of New York (1922)
Story
Footfalls (1921)
Scen
Blind Wives (1920)
Scen
While New York Sleeps (1920)
Scen
While New York Sleeps (1920)
Story
Thou Shalt Not (1919)
Scen
La Belle Russe (1919)
Scen
Kathleen Mavourneen (1919)
Scen
Thou Shalt Not (1919)
Story
Breakers Ahead (1918)
Scen
Breakers Ahead (1918)
Story
Persuasive Peggy (1917)
Scen
That Sort (1916)
Scen
The Price of Fame (1916)
Story
The Raven (1915)
Scen

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Hearts and Minds (1975)
Other

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Mask Of Fu Manchu, The (1932) - There's A Fanatic In The East Fiends lurk in the British Museum itself, as academic-adventurer Barton (Lawrence Grant) can’t wait to tell Fairgyle, Von Berg and McLeod (C. Montague Shaw, Jean Hersholt, David Torrence) about the exciting mission to beat the evil Chinese to the tomb of Genghis Khan, in The Mask Of Fu Manchu, 1932.
Mask of Fu Manchu, The (1932) - Torture Of The Bell They cut away briefly to the Brits fussing at Genghis Khan's grave, but this is about the doctor (Boris Karloff) administering his favorite torture to Sir Lionel (Lawrence Grant) in The Mask of Fu Manchu, 1932.
Mask of Fu Manchu, The (1932) - Open, All Asia Rises! Spooky opening credits and Commissioner Nayland Smith (Lewis Stone) advising Sir Lionel (Lawrence Grant) that he'd better find Genghis Khan's tomb first, setting the premise for The Mask of Fu Manchu, 1932.
Mask of Fu Manchu, The (1932) - Well, Three Times Doctor Smashing first appearance by Boris Karloff, who summons captive Sir Lionel (Lawrence Grant), who remains un-moved by offers of money, and the doctor's daughter (Myrna Loy, no less!) in The Mask of Fu Manchu, 1932.
Beast Of The City, The - Clean Slate With a glimpse of Mickey Rooney, in his first MGM film as a son of the hero, wounded police Captain Fitzpatrick (Walter Huston) gets sworn in as chief, with a neat transition, in Beast Of The City, 1932.
Beast Of The City, The - Which Way Is Randolph Street? Policeman Ed (Wallace Ford) processing a prisoner then enters the famous line-up scene in which Jean Harlow (as Mildred/Daisy) is introduced, in her first MGM film, Beast Of The City, 1932.
Beast Of The City, The - Happiness Squad Impressive process-shot action as cops including Captain Fitzpatrick (Walter Huston) are summoned to a crime scene, in MGM's crime drama Beast Of The City, 1932, from a story by W.R. Burnett.

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