James W. Horne


Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Captain Midnight (1942)
Director
Perils of the Royal Mounted (1942)
Director
The Green Archer (1941)
Director
The Iron Claw (1941)
Director
The Spider Returns (1941)
Director
Deadwood Dick (1940)
Director
The Shadow (1940)
Director
Flying G-Men (1939)
Director
The Spider's Web (1938)
Director
Way Out West (1937)
Director
All over Town (1937)
Director
The Bohemian Girl (1936)
Director
Bonnie Scotland (1935)
Director
El alma de la fiesta (1931)
Director
Locuras de amor (1930)
Director
Una cana al aire (1930)
Dirección [Dir]
El príncipe del dólar (1930)
Director
Big Business (1930)
Director
The Big Hop (1928)
Director
Black Butterflies (1928)
Director
College (1927)
Director
The Cruise of the Jasper B (1926)
Director
Kosher Kitty Kelly (1926)
Director
Youth and Adventure (1925)
Director
Alimony (1924)
Director
In Fast Company (1924)
Director
The Yankee Consul (1924)
Director
Stepping Lively (1924)
Director
Laughing at Danger (1924)
Director
American Manners (1924)
Director
Hail the Hero (1924)
Director
Can a Woman Love Twice? (1923)
Director
Itching Palms (1923)
Director
A Man of Action (1923)
Director
The Sunshine Trail (1923)
Director
Blow Your Own Horn (1923)
Director
Don't Doubt Your Wife (1922)
Director
The Hottentot (1922)
Director
The Forgotten Law (1922)
Director
The Bronze Bell (1921)
Director
Wait for Me (1920)
Director
Occasionally Yours (1920)
Director
The Third Eye (1920)
Director
The Midnight Man (1919)
Director
The Bull's Eye (1918)
Director
Hands Up (1918)
Director
The Pitfall (1915)
Director
The Barnstormers (1915)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

The Girl Who Had Everything (1953)
Guest in town house
Something to Live For (1952)
Young man
A Place in the Sun (1951)
Tom Tipton
Royal Wedding (1951)
Young man
The Magnificent Yankee (1951)
Secretary
Samson and Delilah (1950)
Prince
The Glass Menagerie (1950)
Caller
A Life of Her Own (1950)
Male model
Battleground (1949)
Transportation captain
Good Sam (1948)
College boy
A Southern Yankee (1948)
Soldier
Back Trail (1948)
Terry Dugan
Golden Earrings (1947)
Soldier
Living in a Big Way (1947)
2nd lieutenant
Unconquered (1947)
Royal American officer
The Pitfall (1915)
The Invisible Power (1914)
Piano player

Writer (Feature Film)

The Green Archer (1941)
Screenplay
Way Out West (1937)
Contract Writer
The Midnight Man (1919)
From Story
The Bull's Eye (1918)
From Story

Director (Short)

Hot Money (1935)
Director
Thicker Than Water (1935)
Director
Red Noses (1932)
Director
Love Pains (1932)
Director
The Tabasco Kid (1932)
Director
Any Old Port! (1932)
Director
Les Carottiers (1931)
Director
Come Clean (1931)
Director
Chickens Come Home- (1931)
Director
Thundering Tenors (1931)
Director
Be Big! (1931)
Director (Uncredited)
Politiquerias (1931)
Director
Los Calaveras ("Be Big!" & "Laughing Gravy", Spanish) (1931)
Director
Our Wife (1931)
Director
One Good Turn (1931)
Director
Dollar Dizzy (1930)
Director
Whispering Whoopee (1930)
Director
The King (1930)
Director
Girl Shock (1930)
Director
Fifty Million Husbands (1930)
Director
Looser Than Loose (1930)
Director
Fast Work (1930)
Director
High C's (1930)
Director
Big Business (1929)
Director

Life Events

1911

Film directing debut with Kalem

Videos

Movie Clip

Bohemian Girl, The (1936) - Heart Of A Gypsy Not credited, because she was deceased in a notorious, and never proven, suicide, by the release date, usually-blonde Thelma Todd’s complete and final appearance, as a gypsy singer, early in the Laurel And Hardy vehicle The Bohemian Girl, 1936.
Bohemian Girl, The (1936) - Tell Her Yes First appearance by stars Stan Laurel and OIiver Hardy, busy in a gypsy camp in 18th century Austria, Oliver certain of the fidelity of his wife (Mae Busch, Antonio Moreno her lover), in The Bohemian Girl, 1936, from an 1843 English operetta, based on a Miguel de Cervantes story.
Bohemian Girl, The (1936) - I Dreamt I Dwelled In Marbled Halls Jumping 12 years during which time the child of adoptive gypsy “uncles” Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy has grown up to be Jacqueline Wells (later known as Julie Bishop, the name she adopted in 1941 when she signed with Warner Bros.), with a song from the original operetta by Michael William Balfe, in The Bohemian Girl, 1936.
Bohemian Girl, The (1936) - A Long Woman And A Dark Journey Headliners Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy as gypsies plying their trade (picking pockets) in 18th century Austria, Harry Bowen their intoxicated mark, Sam Lufkin their second, in The Bohemian Girl, 1936, from Hal Roach Studios.
Way Out West (1937) - Commence To Dancin' The song best known by this name, actually called "At The Ball, That's All," performed by the Avalon Boys, danced by Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, just arrived in Brushwood Gulch, told off by the sheriff (Stanley Ridges), a sublime early moment in one of their best films, Way Out West, 1937.
Way Out West (1937) - Four Months To Christmas Continuing their opening scene in which Oliver gets dunked in a river, Stan tries to hitch a ride, whereupon the boys meet Vivien Oakland, who, it shall become clear, they should not be messing-with, in Laurel and Hardy's Way Out West, 1937.
Place In The Sun, A (1951) -- It's More Like Social Work The prosperous Eastmans (Herbert Heyes, Kathryn Givney and kids Keefe Brasselle, Lois Chartrand), who own a factory in fictional Carthage, receive poor relation George (Montgomery Clift), before all are swept away by Angela Vickers (Elizabeth Taylor) early in George Stevens’ A Place In The Sun, 1951.
Bonnie Scotland (1935) - Sergeant Leatherpuss While stranded in Scotland, they accidentally joined the army because they lost their clothes so now, arrived in India, Stan "McLaurel" and Oliver Hardy are initiated, meeting their frequent collaborator James Finlayson as "Sergeant Finlayson," in Bonnie Scotland, 1935.
Bonnie Scotland (1935) - Mr. McLaurel A straight-up gag here as Stan and Oliver (in this case "McLaurel" and Hardy) consider their plight, having come to Scotland for Stan's inheritance, and learning it consists of bagpipes and a snuff box, in Bonnie Scotland, 1935.
Bonnie Scotland (1935) - Take The Bath Yourself To the town of Thrums, Scotland, already introduced, by this gadget the stars (Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy) arrive, Mary Gordon the innkeeper, in the 1935 feature Bonnie Scotland.
Bonnie Scotland (1935) - Blown At Waterloo Long since the reading of the will for the local Scottish family, yanks Stanley "McLaurel" and Oliver Hardy, arrived from America, in their meeting with the solicitor Miggs (David Torrence), in Bonnie Scotland, 1935.
Way Out West (1937) - Family Heirloom Couriers in the old west, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are quite unaware that they're delivering the inherited gold-mine deed to an impostor (Sharon Lynne) and her scheming husband (James Finlayson), in Way Out West, 1937.

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