Lucien Hubbard


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The Mysterious Island (1929)
Director
Rose-Marie (1928)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Gung Ho! (1943)
Screenwriter
City in Terror (1939)
Original Story
Lazy River (1934)
Screenwriter
Three on a Match (1932)
Screenwriter
Star Witness (1931)
Original story and dial
The Squaw Man (1931)
Screenwriter
Smart Money (1931)
Scr, story and dial
Isle of Escape (1930)
Screenwriter
Paid (1930)
Adaptation
The Mysterious Island (1929)
Screenwriter
Rose-Marie (1928)
Writer
Desert Gold (1926)
Scen
Born to the West (1926)
Scen
Born to the West (1926)
Adaptation
The Vanishing American (1926)
Adaptation
Wild Horse Mesa (1925)
Screenwriter
Code of the West (1925)
Scen
The Light of Western Stars (1925)
Screenwriter
The Thundering Herd (1925)
Scen
Daughters of Today (1924)
Story
West of the Water Tower (1924)
Adaptation
Human Hearts (1922)
Scen
Wild Honey (1922)
Scen
The Magnificent Brute (1921)
Scen
Reputation (1921)
Scen
The Blazing Trail (1921)
Scen
Cheated Love (1921)
Scen
The Fox (1921)
Scen
The Rage of Paris (1921)
Scen
A Master Stroke (1920)
Scen
Dollars and the Woman (1920)
Scen
Outside the Law (1920)
Scen
Captain Swift (1920)
Scen
The Garter Girl (1920)
Scen
Deadline at Eleven (1920)
Scen
The Sporting Duchess (1920)
Scen
Bab's Candidate (1920)
Scen
The Tower of Jewels (1919)
Scen
Mandarin's Gold (1919)
Scen
The Tower of Jewels (1919)
Story
The Climbers (1919)
Scen
The Black Gate (1919)
Scen
The Gamblers (1919)
Scen
The Moral Deadline (1919)
Scen
The Beloved Blackmailer (1918)
Scen
The Awakening of Ruth (1917)
Story
The Angel Factory (1917)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

For Beauty's Sake (1941)
Associate Producer
The Bride Wore Crutches (1941)
Associate Producer
Youth Will Be Served (1940)
Associate Producer
Street of Memories (1940)
Associate Producer
Nick Carter, Master Detective (1939)
Producer
6,000 Enemies (1939)
Producer
Under Cover of Night (1937)
Producer
Song of the City (1937)
Producer
Man of the People (1937)
Producer
A Family Affair (1937)
Producer
The Garden Murder Case (1936)
Producer
Speed (1936)
Producer
Exclusive Story (1936)
Producer
Sworn Enemy (1936)
Producer
Women Are Trouble (1936)
Producer
Sinner Take All (1936)
Producer
The Longest Night (1936)
Producer
All American Chump (1936)
Producer
Moonlight Murder (1936)
Producer
The All-American Chump (1936)
Producer
Pursuit (1935)
Producer
Public Hero No. 1 (1935)
Producer
Calm Yourself (1935)
Producer
The Casino Murder Case (1935)
Producer
Murder in the Fleet (1935)
Producer
Here Comes the Band (1935)
Producer
Kind Lady (1935)
Producer
Society Doctor (1935)
Producer
Shadow of Doubt (1935)
Producer
Times Square Lady (1935)
Producer
Death on the Diamond (1934)
Producer
The Show-Off (1934)
Producer
Lazy River (1934)
Producer
Paris Interlude (1934)
Producer
Fugitive Lovers (1934)
Associate Producer
You Can't Buy Everything (1934)
Producer
Operator 13 (1934)
Producer
Murder in the Private Car (1934)
Producer
Straight Is the Way (1934)
Producer
Midnight Mary (1933)
Associate Producer
The Stranger's Return (1933)
Associate Producer
The Women in His Life (1933)
Associate Producer
Beauty for Sale (1933)
Associate Producer
The King's Vacation (1933)
Supervisor
Employee's Entrance (1933)
Producer
Storm at Daybreak (1933)
Associate Producer
Day of Reckoning (1933)
Associate Producer
Ex-Lady (1933)
Supervisor
We're All Gamblers (1927)
Supervisor
Wanderer of the Wasteland (1924)
Supervisor

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Story of G. I. Joe (1945)
Tech guidance for the Combat Correspondents

Production Companies (Feature Film)

The Texans (1938)
Company
Ebb Tide (1937)
Company
Wings (1927)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Three On A Match (1932) - I'm No Puritan Bette Davis (as "Ruth") leaps out front in the un-dressing contest, agreeing with friend Mary (Joan Blondell) that their married-mom third pal Vivian (Ann Dvorak), partying with boyfriend Mike (Lyle Talbot), needs reigning in, in Three On A Match, 1932.
Three On A Match (1932) - Being On The Square Mary (Joan Blondell), worried friend of straying mom Vivian (Ann Dvorak) and her snatched son (Frankie Darro), turns her in to her big lawyer husband Robert (Warren William), in director Mervyn LeRoy's Three On A Match, 1932.
Employees' Entrance (1933) - All I Want Is You Good clean fun in Warner Bros.’ (First National's) otherwise plenty provocative pre-Code Employees’ Entrance, 1933, as department store middle-manager Wallace Ford, in his first scene, can’t help noticing the knockout new model (Loretta Young), with clever popular song references.
Employees' Entrance (1933) - I Didn't Know You With All Your Clothes On Tough-guy department store exec Anderson (Warren William) has summoned dress-model Polly (Alice White), who touch on their shared history as he dispatches her to entrap his unwitting older rival Ross (Albert Gran), in Employees’ Entrance, 1933.
Employees' Entrance (1933) - Smash Or Be Smashed After a prologue establishing a roughly 50-year history of department store profits, and mentions of a cut-throat executive named Anderson, we meet Warren William, intimidating his chairman (Hale Hamilton), Ross (Albert Gran) et al, in Warner Bros.’ Employees’ Entrance, 1933.
Employees' Entrance (1933) - How Would You Like A Wax Banana? Threatening to fire most everybody (excepting Ruth Donnelly, his assistant), hard-headed department store executive Anderson (Warren William) has a random meet-cute with wannabe employee Madeline (Loretta Young), even if it plays like they might be lovers already, in the steamy pre-Code Employees’ Entrance, 1933.
Smart Money (1931) - Saint Nick For Dames Breakfasting in their now-fancy digs, sidekick Jack (James Cagney) is suspicious of the girl (Evelyn Knapp) his gambler roommate buddy Nick (Edward G. Robinson) has rescued from suicide, in Smart Money, 1931.
Smart Money (1931) - Open, Nick The Barber Opening credits and vignette introducing Nick (Edward G. Robinson), who has a barber shop, gambling luck and James Cagney (who was shooting The Public Enemy at the time) for a sidekick, from Smart Money, 1931.
Smart Money (1931) - He's Throwing Kisses At You Again Now a gambling racketeer in the big city, Nick "The Barber" (Edward G. Robinson) holds the classic Capone-esque barber chair news conference, in Smart Money, 1931.
Smart Money (1931) - The Prisoner Ate A Hearty Breakfast Sending a stranger (Boris Karloff) skulking away, the boys (James Cagney et al) in the back room decide to stake barber Nick (Edward G. Robinson) to the big dice game in town, in Smart Money, 1931.
Speed (1936) - -- Flesh Is Weak Usually popular test-driver Terry (James Stewart) is annoying other people's girlfriends (Patricia Wilder) at the company banquet because the new P-R girl Jane (Wendy Barrie) snubbed him, his pal Josephine (Una Merkel) offering counsel, in MGM's Speed, 1936.
Speed (1936) - Modernized Confusion Test driver Terry (James Stewart, in his first top-billed role) is showing the new PR gal Jane (Wendy Barrie) around the plant, joined by his buddy, inventor-mechanic Gadget (Ted Healy) then getting big-footed by the bigger-shot engineer Frank (Weldon Heyburn), early in MGM’s Speed, 1936.

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