Harold S. Bucquet


Director
Harold S. Bucquet

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Without Love (1945)
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Dragon Seed (1944)
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Sabotage Agent (1943)
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The Adventures of Tartu (1943)
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The War Against Mrs. Hadley (1942)
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Calling Dr. Gillespie (1942)
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Kathleen (1942)
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Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day (1941)
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The Penalty (1941)
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The People vs. Dr. Kildare (1941)
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Dr. Kildare's Crisis (1940)
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We Who Are Young (1940)
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Dr. Kildare's Strange Case (1940)
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Dr. Kildare Goes Home (1940)
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Miracles for Sale (1939)
Director addl scenes
Calling Dr. Kildare (1939)
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The Secret of Dr. Kildare (1939)
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On Borrowed Time (1939)
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Young Dr. Kildare (1938)
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China Seas (1935)
Mob scenes Director
Peg O' My Heart (1933)
Assistant Director
The Son-Daughter (1932)
Assistant Director
Are You Listening? (1932)
Assistant Director
Smilin' Through (1932)
Assistant Director
Lovers Courageous (1932)
Assistant Director
El proceso de Mary Dugan (1931)
Assistant Director
Son of India (1931)
Assistant Director
Private Lives (1931)
Assistant Director
The Guardsman (1931)
Assistant Director
Strangers May Kiss (1931)
Assistant Director
The Pagan (1929)
Assistant Director
The Wind (1928)
Assistant Director
Our Dancing Daughters (1928)
Assistant Director
The Mysterious Lady (1928)
Assistant Director
The Enemy (1928)
Assistant Director
The Masks of the Devil (1928)
Assistant Director
Dream of Love (1928)
Assistant Director
Slander the Woman (1923)
Assistant Director
Hurricane's Gal (1922)
Assistant Director

Director (Short)

What Price Safety! (1938)
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They're Always Caught (1938)
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Torture Money (1937)
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It May Happen to You (1937)
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Soak the Poor (1937)
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Old Shep (1934)
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Life Events

Photo Collections

Young Dr. Kildare - Movie Poster
Here is the American One-Sheet Movie Poster from MGM's Young Dr. Kildare (1938). One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.
Without Love - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for Without Love (1945). One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.

Videos

Movie Clip

Young Dr. Kildare (1938) - Bring Me A Tourniquet! Back at the hospital, new intern Lew Ayres (title character) examines his still-unconscious patient (Jo Ann Sayers) whom he revived from a gas suicide attempt, drawing conclusions and barbs from his crusty boss Gillespie (Lionel Barrymore), in the first in the MGM series, Young Dr. Kildare, 1938.
Young Dr. Kildare (1938) - I'm Strong As A Horse Pace suggesting a shortage of film, the first scene minus one from the first picture in the series, girlfriend Alice (Lynne Carver) with parents Dr. Steve and Martha (Samuel S. Hinds, Emma Dunn) greet the title character Lew Ayres on his return from med school, in MGM’s Young Dr. Kildare, 1938.
Young Dr. Kildare (1938) - The Irish Do Well With Horses Fresh from medical school and his Connecticut home town, Lew Ayres (title character) arrives at the big New York hospital where Dr. Carew (Walter Kingsford) is introducing other interns (Truman Bradley et al) to intimidating top-billed Lionel Barrymore as Gillespie, in the first film in the MGM series, Young Dr. Kildare, 1938.
Sabotage Agent (1943) - The Patient Died London, 1940, early in the blitz, demolition expert Captain Stevenson (Robert Donat) arrives as an unexploded bomb threatens an injured lad (Maurice Rhodes) and nurse (Josephine Wilson), opening Sabotage Agent, 1943, a.k.a. The Adventures Of Tartu, from the MGM British studio.
Sabotage Agent (1943) - An Officer But Not A Gentleman Romanian-born Brit Stevenson (Robert Donat) dropped into Bucharest on an espionage mission, contacts Wakefield (Charles Carson) and is briefed on his identity and the scheme to blow up a poison gas factory in Czechoslovakia, in Sabotage Agent, 1943, a.k.a. The Adventures Of Tartu.
On Borrowed Time (1939) - We're Not Going Far An efficient MGM opening, after a prologue linking the story to Chaucer, we infer that the hitchhiker (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) is not mortal, whereupon we meet Demetria (Eily Malyon) the reverend and Charlie (Charles Waldron, Ian Wolfe), then the stars Grandpa Julian (Lionel Barrymore) and Pub (Bobs Watson), in On Borrowed Time, 1939.
On Borrowed Time (1939) - You Made A Wish Her evilness no longer in doubt, Aunt Demetria (Eily Malyon) grills Granny Nellie (Beulah Bondia) about the assets of orphaned Pud (Bobs Watson), who then arrives with cranky Grandpa Julian (Lionel Barrymore), in On Borrowed Time, 1939, from the popular part-fantasy novel by A.E. Watkin.
On Borrowed Time (1939) - They're Out Of My Reach After the passing of beloved Granny Nellie, ailing Grandpa Julian (Lionel Barrymore), with orphan Pud (Bobs Watson), meets "Brinks" (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) again, then remembers he's earned a wish involving the apple tree, in MGM's On Borrowed Time, 1939.
Without Love (1945) - Too Much Gas Scientist Pat (Spencer Tracy) brings colleague Professor Grinza (Felix Bressart) to meet his assistant and new wife Jamie (Katharine Hepburn), engaged in a goofy experiment in Without Love, 1945.
Without Love (1945) - I'm Afraid You Won't Do Frosty Washington D.C. widow Jamie (Katharine Hepburn) mistakes scientist Pat, visiting her house as a guest of her cousin, for an applicant for the caretaker position, their first meeting in Without Love, 1945.
Dragon Seed - The Enemy Ling (Walter Huston) and "Third Cousin" (Henry Travers) lead Chinese villagers in planning for and receiving the Japanese invaders in Dragon Seed, 1944.
Dragon Seed - Refugees Jade (Katharine Hepburn) and Wu Lien (Akim Tamiroff) make plans to leave their village, parting with Ling (Walter Huston) and joining the refugees in Dragon Seed, 1944.

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