Edward H. Griffith


Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Perilous Holiday (1946)
Director
The Sky's the Limit (1943)
Director
Young and Willing (1943)
Director
Bahama Passage (1941)
Director
Virginia (1941)
Director
One Night in Lisbon (1941)
Director
Safari (1940)
Director
Honeymoon in Bali (1939)
Director
Cafe Society (1939)
Director
I'll Take Romance (1937)
Director
Café Metropole (1937)
Director
Next Time We Love (1936)
Director
Ladies in Love (1936)
Director
No More Ladies (1935)
Director
Biography of a Bachelor Girl (1935)
Director
Another Language (1933)
Director
The Animal Kingdom (1932)
Director
Lady with a Past (1932)
Director
Rebound (1931)
Director
Holiday (1930)
Director
The Shady Lady (1929)
Director
Paris Bound (1929)
Director
Rich People (1929)
Director
Love Over Night (1928)
Director
Captain Swagger (1928)
Director
Hold 'Em Yale (1928)
Director
Alias the Lone Wolf (1927)
Director
The Opening Night (1927)
Director
The Price of Honor (1927)
Director
Afraid To Love (1927)
Director
Atta Boy (1926)
Director
White Mice (1926)
Director
Bad Company (1925)
Director
Headlines (1925)
Director
Another Scandal (1924)
Director
Week End Husbands (1924)
Director
Unseeing Eyes (1923)
Director
The Go-Getter (1923)
Director
Free Air (1922)
Director
Scrambled Wives (1921)
Director
The Land of Hope (1921)
Director
Dawn of the East (1921)
Director
If Women Only Knew (1921)
Director
The Garter Girl (1920)
Director
Bab's Candidate (1920)
Director
The Vice of Fools (1920)
Director
The End of the Road (1919)
Director
Fit to Win (1919)
Director
Barnaby Lee (1917)
Director
One Touch of Nature (1917)
Director
The Awakening of Ruth (1917)
Director
Billy and the Big Stick (1917)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Virginia (1941)
Story
The Animal Kingdom (1932)
Contract Writer
The Shady Lady (1929)
Dial
The Opening Night (1927)
Cont
Alias the Lone Wolf (1927)
Scen
The Opening Night (1927)
Adaptation
The End of the Road (1919)
Scen
Fit to Win (1919)
Story
The Last Sentence (1917)
Scen
The Law of the North (1917)
Scen

Producer (Feature Film)

Young and Willing (1943)
Producer
Virginia (1941)
Producer
Bahama Passage (1941)
Producer
One Night in Lisbon (1941)
Producer
Biography of a Bachelor Girl (1935)
Producer
No More Ladies (1935)
Producer

Life Events

1915

film actor

1917

film director (feature)

Videos

Movie Clip

Animal Kingdom, The (1932) - You Haven't Any Clothes On Having just parted ways with his long-time butler, and about to attend a gallery opening for his best friend Daisy, new fianceè Cecelia (Myrna Loy) in a pre-code negligee persuades publisher Tom (Leslie Howard) to change his plans, in The Animal Kingdom, 1932.
Sky's The Limit, The (1943) - One For My Baby Bummed out pilot Fred Astaire introduces the Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer original that became a Frank Sinatra standard, with lots of real broken glass, which caused some fuss at the time due to wartime shortages, and medics were standing by off camera, in The Sky’s The Limit, 1943.
Sky's The Limit, The (1943) - Slippery Times Shedding the cowboy hat he picked up in Utah when he ditched the Flying Tigers publicity tour, having hitched back to New York, Fred Astaire as “Fred Atwell” meets barkeep Vic Potel and publisher Robert Benchley, in pursuit of Joan Leslie as photographer “Joan Manion,” in The Sky’s The Limit, 1943.
Sky's The Limit, The (1943) - My Shining Hour Fred Astaire is a FlyingTigers hero pilot who’s gone AWOL from a P-R tour, not mentioning that to New York photographer/singer Joan (Leslie) upon whom he’s openly putting the moves, song by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer, which she introduced earlier, in The Sky’s The Limit, 1943.
Sky's The Limit, The (1943) - A Lot In Common With You 18-year old Joan Leslie keeps up well with 44-year old Fred Astaire in their first dance number, the tune by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer name checking both their recent on-screen musical partners, her character heretofore unaware of his performing skills, in The Sky’s The Limit, 1943.
Lady With A Past (1932) - Anything Short Of Murder In a Paris cafe, having sailed over despite being ditched while eloping, affluent but socially unsuccessful Venice (Constance Bennett) has just met cash-strapped fellow American Guy (Ben Lyon), who brings to mind an idea, in Lady With A Past, 1932, from a novel by Harriet Henry.
Lady With A Past (1932) - She Murdered Her Husband Acutely bookish and boring Venice (Constance Bennett) dragged to a party by friend Lola (Astrid Allwyn) hears from jerry (Donald Dilloway) then from hunky Donnie (David Manners) about the scandalized Mrs. Duryea (Merna Kennedy), early in Lady With A Past, 1932.
Animal Kingdom, The (1932) - Just This One Marriage Publisher Tom (Leslie Howard) with new fiancee` Cecelia (Myrna Loy), explaining about long-time best pal Daisy (Ann Harding, not yet introduced), who has unexpectedly sent a wire announcing she's back in town, in The Animal Kingdom, 1932.
Animal Kingdom, The (1932) - If You Knew Her Publisher Tom (Leslie Howard) with back-in-town free-spirit and best friend Daisy (Ann Harding), having just turned down her sudden suggestion that they marry, with news of his own engagement, in The Animal Kingdom, 1932, from a Philip Barry play.
Young And Willing (1943) - We Are An Actress In case anyone doubted the appeal of young Susan Hayward (as "Kate"), hustling on behalf of herself and fellow struggling-actor roommates, with big shot Kenny (Robert Benchley), posing here as his own chef, in Young And Willing, 1942.
Young And Willing (1942) - Fiends Will Snatch At It! First Eddie Bracken as a convincing "Othello," then fellow struggling actor roommate William Holden, explaining to breadwinner pal Martha O'Driscoll, Susan Hayward taking the shower, in Young And Willing, 1942.

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