George Hill


George Hill

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Clear All Wires (1933)
Director
Hell Divers (1932)
Director
The Secret Six (1931)
Director
Min and Bill (1930)
Director
The Big House (1930)
Director
The Flying Fleet (1929)
Director
The Cossacks (1928)
Director
The Callahans and the Murphys (1927)
Director
Buttons (1927)
Director
Tell It to the Marines (1927)
Director
The Barrier (1926)
Director
The Limited Mail (1925)
Director
Zander The Great (1925)
Director
Through the Dark (1924)
Director
The Hill Billy (1924)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

The Last Movie (1971)
Key grip
Jud (1971)
Stork Talk (1964)
Henry
Phffft (1954)
Page
Rulers of the Sea (1939)
Constable

Cinematography (Feature Film)

What's Up, Doc? (1972)
Key grip
The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker (1971)
Key grip
Fields of Honor (1918)
Camera
The Cinderella Man (1917)
Camera
The Hypocrites (1915)
Camera

Writer (Feature Film)

Buttons (1927)
Writer

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

Blue Velvet (1986)
Special Effects
King Kong Lives (1986)
Special Effects

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Child's Play (1988)
Key Grip
A Streetcar Named Desire (1984)
Key Grip
The Sting II (1982)
Key Grip
Rocky III (1982)
Key Grip
Stripes (1981)
Key Grip
It's My Turn (1980)
Key Grip
Can't Stop The Music (1980)
Key Grip
Rocky II (1979)
Key Grip
Damien - Omen II (1978)
Key Grip
Grease (1978)
Key Grip
Ice Castles (1978)
Key Grip
Uncle Joe Shannon (1978)
Grip
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
Key Grip
Born Innocent (1974)
Key Grip
The Wrong Box (1966)
Constr Manager
Albuquerque (1948)
Grip

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Clear All Wires (1933)
Company
Hell Divers (1932)
Company
The Secret Six (1931)
Company

Stunts (Feature Film)

Johnny Be Good (1988)
Stunts

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Super Mario Bros. (1993)
Welder
Frenchman's Creek (1944)
Stand-in

Misc. Crew (Special)

Super Bowl XXXIV (2000)
Statistician

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Big House, The (1930) - Mushrooms All Over It Director George Hill capturing more of the remarkable scale of the MGM sets in another famous scene, in the mess hall, Butch (Wallace Beery) sowing discontent, the warden (Lewis Stone) intervening, and new inmate Kent (Robert Montgomery) timidly foiling a plot, in The Big House, 1930.
Big House, The (1930) - You're Too Nice A Kid More of MGM’s massive interior sets, derived partly from writer Frances Marion’s visit to San Quentin, our first trip to the yard with new inmate Kent (Robert Montgomery), with the boys playing what looks like a standard trick, DeWitt Jennings the head screw, in The Big House, 1930.
Big House, The (1930) -- First Time In Prison? Dramatic opening, featuring a model prison, into which Kent (Robert Mongtomery) is incarcerated in convincing manner, from MGM's The Big House , 1930, also starring Wallace Beery and Chester Morris.
Secret Six, The (1931) - I Ain't Got The Jack Novice gangster Louis (Wallace Beery), follows the lead from Johnny (Ralph Bellamy), putting the squeeze on a bar owner (Hector Sarno) when rival Eddie (Louis Natheaux) arrives, and MGM looks like Warner Bros., in The Secret Six, 1931, featuring Clark Gable and Jean Harlow.
Secret Six, The (1931) - She's A Good Worker Rising gang moll Anne (Jean Harlow) sweet talking reporters Hank (John Mack Brown) and Carl (Clark Gable), on behalf of mobster Louis "Slaughterhouse" Scorpio (Wallace Beery), who's in the process of getting cleared of bumping off a rival, in MGM's The Secret Six, 1931.
Secret Six, The (1931) - You Seem All Broken Up Mob lawyer Newton (Lewis Stone) turns in a stooge, reporters Carl and Hank (Clark Gable, John Mack Brown) arrive, Louis (Wallace Beery) fakes grief, victim's girlfriend (Marjorie Rambeau) throws a fit and shopgirl Anne (Jean Harlow) speaks up, in MGM's gangster mash-up The Secret Six, 1931.
Good Earth, The (1937) - A Tree Will Grow Chinese peasant Wang (Paul Muni) meets and marries O-Lan (Luise Rainer, who won the Best Actress Academy Award), early in MGM's The Good Earth, 1937, from the Pearl S. Buck novel.
Big House, The (1930) -- He's Only Stunned Rumblings of Monty Python in Frances Marion's script, as Kent (Robert Montgomery) meets cell-mates Butch (Wallace Beery) and Morgan (Chester Morris), in The Big House, 1930, directed by Marion's husband George Hill.
Min and Bill - You Ain't Mad? Min (Marie Dressler) and Bill (Wallace Beery) in one of their epic combat sequences in Min and Bill, 1930, directed by George Hill.
Min and Bill - Motorboat Min (Marie Dressler) and Nancy (Dorothy Jordan) go overboard with a motorboat in a raucous stunt scene from Min and Bill, 1930.
Min and Bill - Hello Min! Min (Marie Dressler) and Bill (Wallace Beery) discuss booze in this early scene from the comedy hit Min and Bill, 1930.

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