Nick Grinde


Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Road to Alcatraz (1945)
Director
Hitler--Dead or Alive (1943)
Director
The Girl from Alaska (1942)
Director
Mountain Moonlight (1941)
Director
The Man with Nine Lives (1940)
Director
Convicted Woman (1940)
Director
Girls of the Road (1940)
Director
Friendly Neighbors (1940)
Director
Before I Hang (1940)
Director
Men Without Souls (1940)
Director
King of Chinatown (1939)
Director
Million Dollar Legs (1939)
Director
Scandal Sheet (1939)
Director
Sudden Money (1939)
Director
The Man They Could Not Hang (1939)
Director
A Woman Is the Judge (1939)
Director
Federal Man-Hunt (1938)
Director
Delinquent Parents (1938)
Director
Down in "Arkansaw" (1938)
Director
Mis dos amores (1938)
Director
White Bondage (1937)
Director
Love Is on the Air (1937)
Director
Public Wedding (1937)
Director
Exiled to Shanghai (1937)
Director
The Captain's Kid (1936)
Director
Public Enemy's Wife (1936)
Director
Jailbreak (1936)
Director
Fugitive in the Sky (1936)
Director
Stone of Silver Creek (1935)
Director
Border Brigands (1935)
Director
Ladies Crave Excitement (1935)
Director
Sequoia (1935)
Director
Lucky Fugitives (1935)
Director
Tarzan and His Mate (1934)
2nd unit Director
No More West (1934)
Director
Tarzan, the Ape Man (1932)
2nd Unit Director
Vanity Street (1932)
Director
Shopworn (1932)
Director
This Modern Age (1931)
Director
Remote Control (1930)
Director
Good News (1930)
Director
Wu Li Chang (1930)
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The Bishop Murder Case (1930)
Screen Director
The Desert Rider (1929)
Director
Morgan's Last Raid (1929)
Director
Riders of the Dark (1928)
Director
Beyond the Sierras (1928)
Director
Body and Soul (1927)
Assistant Director
Excuse Me (1925)
Assistant Director

Writer (Feature Film)

We've Never Been Licked (1943)
Screenwriter
Babes in Toyland (1934)
Screenwriter
The Divorcee (1930)
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Editing (Feature Film)

Upstage (1926)
Assistant film Editor

Director (Short)

Under Southern Stars (1936)
Director
How to Sleep (1935)
Director
The Great American Pie Company (1935)
Director
Bum Voyage (1934)
Director
The Ballad of Paducah Jail (1934)
Director
Menu (1933)
Director
The Devil's Cabaret (1928)
Director
Leo Beers World Renowned Whistling Songster (1928)
Director

Life Events

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Babes In Toyland (1934) - Stannie Dum And Ollie Dee True storybook opening from producer Hal Roach, Mother Goose (Virginia Karns) with the song from the 1903 Victor Herbert operetta, introducing Bo-Peep (Charlotte Henry), Mother Peep (Florence Roberts), Barnaby (Henry Kleinbach) and the stars Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, in Babes In Toyland, 1934.
Babes In Toyland (1934) - Anything You Can Do... As hapless toy-makers Stannie Dum and Ollie Dee, Oliver wants to know about the “pee-wees” on which Stan has spent his money, preventing them from bailing out their kindly landlady Mother Peep, early in the eventually-acclaimed Hal Roach Laurel & Hardy vehicle Babes In Toyland, 1934.
Babes In Toyland (1934) - March Of The Wooden Soldiers SPOILER and among the weirdest events in any Hal Roach or Laurel & Hardy film, the hairy “bogeymen” led by Barnaby (Henry Kleinbach) have invaded Toyland, when toy-makers Stan and Ollie realize the giant soldiers they ordered by mistake can be useful, the climax of Babes In Toyland, 1934.
Bishop Murder Case (1930) - Insanity Of Tenderness Detective Philo Vance (Basil Rathbone) is getting to know erudite Arnesson (Roland Young) and his fianceè Belle (Leila Hyams), as he prepares to interview the servants after a New York society murder, in The Bishop Murder Case, 1930.
Bishop Murder Case (1930) - Shot In A Vital Organ Director Nick Grinde certainly constrained by early-sound technology, detective Philo Vance (Basil Rathbone), with the DA (Clarence Geldert) takes on the cop (James Donlan) at a murder scene at a tony New York address, in MGM's The Bishop Murder Case, 1930.
Shopworn (1932) - Study Of The Human Body After routine jousting with the coarser college crowd led by Toby (Robert Alden) waitress Kitty (Barbara Stanwyck) has an adversarial but promising tiff with studious David (Regis Toomey), in Shopworn, 1932.
Shopworn (1932) - I'm Not Cheap, I'm Not Common! Society doyenne Mrs. Livingston (Clara Blandick) and friend Judge Forbes (Oscar Apfel) drop in on working-class Kitty (Barbara Stanwyck) where her college-man son David Livingston (Regis Toomey) delivers shocking news, in Shopworn, 1932.
Before I Hang - We've Done It! Convicted mercy-killer Dr. Garth (Boris Karloff) with prison-doctor colleague Howard (Edward Van Sloan), achieving a breakthrough against aging, with trouble brewing, in Universal's Before I Hang, 1940.
Before I Hang - I Am A Murderer Opening scene with the automatic Boris Karloff (as Dr. Garth) making a persuasive case before his death sentence (by judge Charles Trowbridge), with support from Evelyn Keyes and Bruce Bennett, in Before I Hang, 1940.
Man They Could Not Hang, The - How Frail A Thing Nice looking gear and some medical philosophy as Doctor Savaard (Boris Karloff) and aide Lang (Byron Foulger) snuff their volunteer and prep their artificial heart, in The Man They Could Not Hang, 1939.
Man They Could Not Hang, The -- Scram Outa This Place! Newsman "Scoop" Foley (Robert Wilcox) and assembled parties (Charles Trowbridge, Roger Pryor, Dick Curtis, Ann Doran, Don Beddoe et al) are greeted by not-dead-after-all Doctor Savaard (Boris Karloff) in The Man They Could Not Hang, 1939.
Man They Could Not Hang, The - Open, Chop Suey Opening credits and scene in which Lang (Byron Foulger) brings Doctor Savaard (Boris Karloff) his contraption and guniea-pig Bob (Stanley Brown) reassures girlfriend Betty (Ann Doran) in The Man They Could Not Hang, 1939.

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