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|A Master of Craft|
|Directed by||Thomas Bentley|
|Written by|| W. W. Jacobs (novel) |
|Starring|| Fred Groves |
|Distributed by||Ideal Film Company|
A Master of Craft is a 1922 British silent comedy film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Fred Groves, Mercy Hatton and Judd Green.It was based on a 1900 novel by W. W. Jacobs.
Our Gang (1922) is an American Our Gang silent short film that was the third entry in the series to be released. It was directed by Charley Chase, Robert F. McGowan, Tom McNamara, and Fred Newmeyer. The two-reeler was released into theaters on November 5, 1922 by Pathé.
The Dead Eyes of London is a 1961 West German black and white crime film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Joachim Fuchsberger, Karin Baal and Dieter Borsche.
Fred LeRoy Granville was born in Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia, in 1896, and educated in New Zealand. The 1 February 1922, issue of American Cinematographer stated that he was "a bloody Britisher by birth" and "first saw the light at Worton Hall, Isleworth, Middlesex, England." Granville became interested in photography as a boy. His first experience with cinematography came in 1913 under the guidance of James Crosby at the Selig Polyscope studio in Edendale, near downtown Los Angeles. Granville photographed the documentary Rescue of the Stefansson Expedition (1914) and a number of features and serials for Universal, including Liberty, A Daughter of the USA (1916) and The Heart of Humanity (1918). He also shot several of cowboy actor Tom Mix's early Fox features. The last two films he directed were produced in France.
Judd Green was a British film actor of the silent era. He was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire in 1866 and made his first screen appearance in 1914.
Beau Brocade is a 1916 British silent adventure film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Mercy Hatton, Charles Rock and Austin Leigh. In eighteenth century Britain a disgraced gentlemen becomes a highwaymen. It is adapted from the 1907 novel Beau Brocade by Baroness Emmuska Orczy.
Mercy Hatton was a British actress. She was born in Bromley, Kent, England as Constance Mercy Bird.
The Laughing Cavalier is a 1917 British silent adventure film directed by A. V. Bramble and Eliot Stannard and starring Mercy Hatton, Edward O'Neill and George Bellamy. It is an adaptation of the 1913 novel The Laughing Cavalier by Baroness Emmuska Orczy.
The Harbour Lights is a 1914 British silent drama film directed by Percy Nash and starring Gerald Lawrence, Mercy Hatton and Daisy Cordell. It is an adaptation of the Victorian melodramatic play The Harbour Lights by George R. Sims.
Ebb Tide is a 1922 American silent adventure film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures, directed by George Melford, and based on the 1894 novel The Ebb-Tide by Robert Louis Stevenson and his step-son Lloyd Osbourne. The story had been filmed before in 1915 by the Selig Polyscope Company.
Fred Groves was a British actor of the celebrated Groves acting family. On stage from 1896, he appeared in the original West End production of Noël Coward's Cavalcade (1931-2); and was a leading man in silent films, latterly becoming a character player in movies. He appeared in the 1925 play Number 17 in the West End.
The Crimson Circle is a 1922 British silent crime film directed by George Ridgwell and starring Clifton Boyne, Fred Groves and Robert English. The film was an adaptation of the 1922 novel The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace.
To Have and to Hold is a 1922 American silent historical drama film. Based on the 1899 novel of the same name, the film was directed by George Fitzmaurice and starred Bert Lytell and Betty Compson.
Her Son is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Walter West and starring Violet Hopson, Stewart Rome and Mercy Hatton. It was based on the 1907 novel Her Son by Horace Annesley Vachell.
Hatton Gospels is the name now given to a manuscript produced in the late 12th century or early 13th century. It contains a translation of the four gospels into the West Saxon dialect of Old English. It is a nearly complete gospel book, missing only a small part of the Gospel of Luke. It is now in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, as MS Hatton 38.
Bing & Satchmo is a 1960 studio album by Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong that was arranged and conducted by Billy May. The album was recorded for Crosby's label, Project Records, and released by MGM.
Partners in Crime is a 1928 American comedy silent film directed by Frank R. Strayer and written by George Marion Jr., Grover Jones and Gilbert Pratt. The film stars Wallace Beery, Raymond Hatton, Mary Brian, William Powell, Jack Luden, Arthur Housman and Albert Roccardi. The film was released on March 17, 1928, by Paramount Pictures. A print of the film exists in the Library of Congress film archive.
Dude Ranch is a 1931 American Western film directed by Frank Tuttle and written by Milton Krims, Percy Heath, Grover Jones and Lloyd Corrigan. The film stars Jack Oakie, Stuart Erwin, Eugene Pallette, Mitzi Green, June Collyer, Charles Sellon and Cecil Weston. The film was released on May 16, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.
Events from the year 1936 in Michigan.
Land of the Outlaws is a 1944 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer. This is the eleventh film in the "Marshal Nevada Jack McKenzie" series, and stars Johnny Mack Brown as Jack McKenzie and Raymond Hatton as his sidekick Sandy Hopkins, with Nan Holliday, Stephen Keyes and Hugh Prosser.
His Back Against the Wall is a 1922 American comedy film directed by Rowland V. Lee and written by Julien Josephson. The film stars Raymond Hatton, Virginia Valli, Will Walling, J. Gordon Russell, W.H. Bainbridge and Virginia Madison. The film was released on May 21, 1922, by Goldwyn Pictures.