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Mini-Biography:
The day of birth of Columbia Pictures Corporation is not on record. an American Produktion, known for Le Cinéma de Papa (1970), Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (1966), His Girl Friday (1940), Columbia Pictures Corporation's first movie on record is from 1915. His last motion picture on file dates from 2017.

Filmography [Auszug]
2017: Blade Runner 2049 (Production), Directed by Denis Villeneuve, with Ryan Gosling, Dave Bautista, Robin Wright,
2012: Zero Dark Thirty (Production), Directed by Kathryn Bigelow, with Jason Clarke, Reda Kateb, Joel Edgerton,
2012: 21 Jump Street (Production), Directed by Phil Lord, Chris Miller, with Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Brie Larson,
2010: How Do You Know (Producer), Directed by James L. Brooks, with Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson,
2007: Superbad (Production), Directed by Greg Mottola, with Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Michael Cera, Seth Rogen,
2007: We Own the Night (Distribution), Directed by James Gray, with Joaquin Phoenix, James Gray, Mark Wahlberg,
2006: Freedomland (Distribution), Directed by Joe Roth, with Samuel L. Jackson, Julianne Moore, Edie Falco,
2005: Stealth (Production), Directed by Rob Cohen, with Richard Roxburgh, Jessica Biel, Jamie Foxx,
2004: 50 First Dates (50 First Kisses) (Production), Directed by Peter Segal, with Lynn Collins, Dan Aykroyd, Drew Barrymore,
2000: The Tailor of Panama (Production), Directed by John Boorman, with Lola Boorman, Pierce Brosnan, Leonor Varela,
2000: 28 Days (Production), Directed by Betty Thomas, with Dominic West, Steve Buscemi, Marianne Jean-Baptiste,
2000: Finding Forrester (Production), Directed by Gus van Sant, with Busta Rhymes, Sean Connery, April Grace,
1998: The Replacement Killers (Production), Directed by Antoine Fuqua, with Chow Yun-Fat, Michael Rooker, Til Schweiger,
1997: The Devil's own (Production), Directed by Alan J. Pakula, with Treat Williams, Margaret Colin, Harrison Ford,
1996: The people vs. Larry Flynt (Production), Directed by Miloš Forman, with James Cromwell, Crispin Glover, Woody Harrelson,
1995: To die for (Production), Directed by Gus van Sant, with Joaquin Phoenix, Matt Dillon, Illeana Douglas,
1995: The Net (Production), Directed by Irwin Winkler, with Jeremy Northam, Sandra Bullock, Wendy Gazelle,
1993: Calendar Girl (Production), Directed by John Whitesell, with Emily Warfield, Chubby Checker, Kurt Fuller,
1993: Blankman (Production), Directed by Mike Binder, with Robin Givens, David Alan Grier, Damon Wayans,
1992: Bram Stoker's "Dracula" (Production), Directed by Francis Ford Coppola, with Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Keanu Reeves,
1992: Hexed (Production), Directed by Alan Spencer, with Claudia Christian, Norman Fell, Arye Gross,
1992: Mr. Saturday Night (Production), Directed by Billy Crystal, with Julie Warner, Helen Hunt, Mary Mara,
1992: The Age of Innocence (Production), Directed by Martin Scorsese, with Daniel Day-Lewis, Joanne Woodward, Carolyn Farina,
1992: Crossing the line (Pals) (Production), Directed by Robert Harmon, with Rosanna Arquette, Ted Levine, Jean-Claude Van Damme,
1992: Poetic Justice (Production), Directed by John Singleton, with Joe Torry, Janet Jackson, Regina King,
1992: Mo' Money (Production), Directed by Peter MacDonald, with Marlon Wayans, Stacey Dash, John Diehl,
1992: In the line of fire (Production), Directed by Wolfgang Petersen, with Jim Curley, John Malkovich, Rene Russo,
1992: The last action hero (Production), Directed by John McTiernan, with Lee Reherman, James Belushi, Morgan Brittany,
1991: Nostromo (unrealized project) (Production), Directed by David Lean, with Dennis Quaid, Isabella Rossellini, Klaus Maria Brandauer,
1991: Year of the Comet (Production), Directed by Peter Yates, with Arturo Venegas, Timothy Bentinck, Nick Brimble,
1991: A League of their own (Production), Directed by Penny Marshall, with Tracy Reiner, Geena Davis, Tom Hanks,
1991: Single white female (Production), Directed by Barbet Schroeder, with Steven R. Weber, Johnny Dapolito, Michele Farr,
1991: Hero (Accidental Hero, Hero and a half) (Production), Directed by Stephen Frears, with Harry E. Northrup, Susie Cusack, Geena Davis,
1990: Postcards from the Edge (Production), Directed by Mike Nichols, with Meryl Streep, Conrad Bain, Shirley MacLaine,
1989: Karate Kid Part III (Production), Directed by John G. Avildsen, with Pat Morita, Christopher Paul Ford, Thomas Ian Griffith,
1988: Stars and Bars (Production), Directed by Pat O'Connor, with Kent Broadhurst, Maury Chaykin, Matthew Cowles,
1988: The Beast (Production), Directed by Kevin Reynolds, with Jason Patric, Stephen Baldwin, Steven Bauer,
1987: Someone to watch over me (Production), Directed by Ridley Scott, with John Rubinstein, Lorraine Bracco, Andreas Katsulas,
1987: Happy New Year (La bonne année) (Production), Directed by John G. Avildsen, with Tracy Brooks Swope, Tom Courtenay, Charles Durning,
1986: A fine mess (Production), Directed by Blake Edwards, with Paul Sorvino, Ted Danson, Jennifer Edwards,
1985: Agnes of God (Production), Directed by Norman Jewison, with Meg Tilly, Anne Bancroft, Jane Fonda,
1985: Big Trouble (Production), Directed by John Cassavetes, with Robert Stack, Alan Arkin, Valerie Curtin,
1985: White Nights (Production), Directed by Taylor Hackford, with Benny Young, Daniel Benzali, Josephine Buchan,
1984: Passage to India (Production), Directed by David Lean, with John Dalby, Victor Banerjee, Michael Culver,
1984: Silverado (Production), Directed by Lawrence Kasdan, with Jeff Fahey, Ray Baker, John Cleese,
1984: Micki and Maude (Production), Directed by Blake Edwards, with Wallace Shawn, Amy Irving, Lu Leonard,
1983: Fast Forward (Production), Directed by Sidney Poitier, with Don Franklin, Constance Towers,
1983: Moscow on the Hudson (Production), Directed by Paul Mazursky, with Robin Williams, Elya Baskin, Cleavant Derricks,
1983: Krull (Production), Directed by Peter Yates, with Ken Marshall, Alan Armstrong, David Battley,
1982: Things are tough all over (Production),
1981: Neighbours (Production), Directed by John G. Avildsen, with Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Cathy Moriarty,
1980: The blue Lagoon (Production), Directed by Randal Kleiser, with Brooke Shields, Elva Josephson, Glenn Kohan,
1979: The In-Laws (Production), Directed by Arthur Hiller, with Penny Peyser, Nancy Dussault, Peter Falk,
1979: Nightwing (Production), Directed by Arthur Hiller, with David Warner, Stephen Macht, Nick Mancuso,
1979: Hanover Street (Production), Directed by Peter Hyams, with Lesley-Anne Down, Harrison Ford, Alec McCowen,
1979: That Summer (Production),
1977: The American Success Co. (The Ringer, Success, Jetzt komme ich) (Production), Directed by William Richert, with Ute Willing, Isolde Barth, Rainer Basedow,
1976: Nickelodeon (Production), Directed by Peter Bogdanovich, with Brian Keith, Burt Reynolds, John Ritter,
1976: Robin and Marian (La rose et la flèche) (Production), Directed by Richard Lester, with Nicol Williamson, Sean Connery, Denholm Elliott,
1976: The Eagle has landed (Production), Directed by John Sturges, with Richard Wren, John Barrett, Kate Binchy,
1974: California Split (Production), Directed by Robert Altman, with Gwen Welles, Anne Prentiss, Bert Remsen,
1973: Siddhartha (Production), Directed by Conrad Rooks, with Zul Vellani, Shanti Hiranand, Kunal Kapoor,
1973: Shamus (Production), Directed by Buzz Kulik, with Burt Reynolds, Dyan Cannon, John P. Ryan,
1972: Images (Production), Directed by Robert Altman, with Susannah York, Marcel Bozzuffi, Cathryn Harrison,
1971: Drive, He said (Production), Directed by Jack Nicholson,
1971: The Anderson tapes (Záznamy o Andersonovi) (Production), Directed by Sidney Lumet, with Ralph Meeker, Dyan Cannon, Sean Connery,
1971: Nicholas and Alexandra (Production), Directed by Franklin J. Schaffner, with Ralph Truman, Tom Baker, Lynne Frederick,
1971: Flight of the Doves (Production), Directed by Ralph Nelson, with Jack Wild, Barry Keegan, Dorothy McGuire,
1971: Brian's song (Production), Directed by Buzz Kulik, with James Caan, Judy Pace, Jack Warden,
1970: R.P.M. (Production), Directed by Stanley Kramer, with Anthony Quinn, Ann-Margret, Gary Lockwood,
1970: Le Cinéma de Papa (Production), Directed by Claude Berri, with Yves Robert, Hénia Ziv, Claude Berri,
1969: Marooned (Space Travelers) (Production), Directed by John Sturges, with Gregory Peck, Richard Crenna, David Janssen,
1969: The Owl and the Pussycat (Production), Directed by Herbert Ross, with Robert Klein, George Segal, Barbra Streisand,
1968: The Looking Glass War (Production), with Anna Massey, Susan George, Anthony Hopkins,
1968: Oliver! (Production), Directed by Carol Reed, with Shani Wallis, Ron Moody, Oliver Reed,
1967: In cold blood (Production), Directed by Richard Brooks, with John Forsythe, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, John McLiam,
1967: Luv (Production), Directed by Clive Donner, with Eddie Mayehoff, Harrison Ford, Jack Lemmon,
1967: The Tiger makes out (Production), Directed by Arthur Hiller,
1967: Guess who's coming to Dinner (Production), Directed by Stanley Kramer, with Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Katharina Houghton,
1966: Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (Production), Directed by Bernard Girard, with James Westerfield, James Coburn, Harrison Ford,
1966: The Chase (Production), Directed by Arthur Penn, with Katherine Walsh, Angie Dickinson, Robert Duvall,
1966: Alvarez Kelly (Production), Directed by Edward Dmytryk, with Richard Widmark, Patrick O'Neal, Janice Rule,
1966: Walk, don't run (Production), Directed by Charles Walters, with Ted Hartley, Samantha Eggar, Jim Hutton,
1965: Ship of Fools (Distribution), Directed by Stanley Kramer, with Vivien Leigh, Simone Signoret, José Ferrer,
1965: The Wrong Box (Production), Directed by Bryan Forbes, with Peter Sellers, Peter Cook, John Mills,
1965: Baby, the rain must fall (Production), Directed by Robert Mulligan, with Ruth White, Glen Campbell, Zamah Cunningham,
1965: King Rat (Production), Directed by Bryan Forbes, with Joe Turkel, Patrick O'Neal, Sammy Reese,
1965: Cat Ballou (Production), Directed by Elliot Silverstein, with Jane Fonda, Lee Marvin, Michael Callan,
1964: Behold a Pale Horse (Production), Directed by Fred Zinnemann, with José-Luis de Villalonga, Gregory Peck, Raymond Pellegrin,
1964: Major Dundee (Production), Directed by Sam Peckinpah, with Charlton Heston, James Coburn, Richard Harris,
1963: Bye bye birdie (Production), Directed by George Sidney, with Ann-Margret, Janet Leigh, Maureen Stapleton,
1963: Fail Safe (Production), Directed by Sidney Lumet, with Russell Hardie, Henry Fonda, Larry Hagman,
1963: Gidget goes to Rome (Production), Directed by Paul Wendkos, with Jessie Royce Landis, Cindy Carol, Cesare Danova,
1962: Requiem for a heavyweight (Production), Directed by Ralph Nelson, with Anthony Quinn, Mickey Rooney,
1962: The L-shaped room (Production), Directed by Bryan Forbes, with Emlyn Williams, Anthony Booth, Avis Bunnage,
1961: Two rode together (Production), Directed by John Ford, with Mae Marsh, Andy Devine, Chet Douglas,
1961: The Greengage Summer (Loss of Innocence) (Production), Directed by Lewis Gilbert, with Danielle Darrieux, Kenneth Moore, Susannah York,
1961: Most dangerous man alive (Production), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Ron Randall, Elaine Stewart, Debra Paget,
1960: Who was that Lady ? (Production), Directed by George Sidney, with James Whitmore, Janet Leigh, Dean Martin,
1960: Pepe (Production), Directed by George Sidney, with Zsa Zsa Gabor, Cesar Romero, Frank Sinatra,
1960: Comanche Station (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher, with John Patrick Holland, Nancy Gates, Claude Akins,
1960: Gidget goes Hawaiian (Production), Directed by Paul Wendkos, with Deborah Walley, Peggy Cass, James Darren,
1960: Il gobbo (The Hunchback of Rome) (Distribution), Directed by Carlo Lizzani, with Gérard Blain, Anna Maria Ferrero, Bernard Blier,
1959: Suddenly, last summer (Production), Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, with Elizabeth Taylor, Montgomery Clift, Katharine Hepburn,
1959: Edge of Eternity (Production), Directed by Don Siegel, with Cornel Wilde, Jack Elam, Rian Garrick,
1959: Ride lonesome (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher, with Randolph Scott, Karen Steele, Pernell Roberts,
1959: Anatomy of a murder (Production), Directed by Otto Preminger, with Ben Gazzara, Lee Remick, Eve Arden,
1958: Crash Landing (Distribution), Directed by Fred F. Sears, with Gary Merrill, Nancy Reagan, Irene Hervey,
1958: The Lineup (Production), Directed by Don Siegel, with Warner Anderson, Robert Keith, Marshall J. Reed,
1958: Gideon's Day (Gideon of Scotland Yard) (Production), Directed by John Ford, with Anna Massey,
1958: The last Hurrah (Production), Directed by John Ford, with Spencer Tracy, Jeffrey Hunter, Dianne Foster,
1958: The Case against Brooklyn (Production), Directed by Paul Wendkos, with Maggie Jayres, Darren McGavin, Warren Stevens,
1958: Buchanan rides alone (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher, with Tol Avery, Craig Stevens, Barry Kelley,
1958: Gidget (Production), Directed by Paul Wendkos, with Cliff Robertson, James Darren, Sandra Dee,
1957: The Hard Man (Distribution), Directed by George Sherman, with Guy Madison, Valerie French, Lorne Greene,
1957: Decision at Sundown (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher, with Bob Steele, Randolph Scott, Noah Beery jr.,
1957: The Bridge on the river Kwai (Die Brücke am Kwai) (Production), Directed by David Lean, with Alec Guinness, Sessue Hayakawa, William Holden,
1957: Jeanne Eagles (Production), Directed by George Sidney, with Kim Novak, Jeff Chandler, Agnes Moorehead,
1957: Bitter victory (Production), Directed by Nicholas Ray, with Sumner Williams, Richard Burton, Anthony Bushell,
1957: No time to die (Tank force) (Production), Directed by Terence Young, with Bonar Colleano, Leo Genn, Victor Mature,
1957: The Tin Star (Production), Directed by Anthony Mann, with Henry Fonda, Anthony Perkins, Betsy Palmer,
1957: Pal Joey (Production), Directed by George Sidney, with Rita Hayworth, Frank Sinatra, Kim Novak,
1957: The tall T (The Captives) (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher, with John Hubbard, Henry Silva, Maureen O'Sullivan,
1957: 3:10 to Yuma (Three Ten to Yuma) (Production), Directed by Delmer Daves, with Guy Wilkerson, Van Heflin, Felicia Farr,
1957: Jeanne Eagels (Production), Directed by George Sidney, with Kim Novak, Jeff Chandler, Agnes Moorehead,
1957: The Phantom Stagecoach (Production), Directed by Ray Nazarro, with William Bishop, Kathleen Crowley, Richard Webb,
1956: Beyond Mombasa (Production), Directed by George Marshall, with Leo Genn, Christopher Lee, Donna Reed,
1956: Full of Life (Production), Directed by Richard Quine, with Salvatore Baccaloni, Richard Conte, Judy Holliday,
1956: Autumn Leaves (The Way We Are (Working title)) (Production), Directed by Robert Aldrich, with Bob Hopkins, Ruth Donnelly, Lorne Greene,
1956: Safari (Production), Directed by Terence Young, with Liam Redmond, Roland Culver, John Justin,
1956: Zarak (Production), Directed by Terence Young, with Michael Wilding, Finlay Currie, Anita Ekberg,
1956: The Eddy Duchin story (Production), Directed by George Sidney,
1956: Rock around the clock (Production), Directed by Fred F. Sears, with Lisa Gaye, Johnny Johnston, Alis Talton,
1956: Don't knock the rock (Production), Directed by Fred F. Sears, with Alan Dale, Alan Freed, Bill Haley,
1956: Over-Exposed (Production), Directed by Lewis Seiler, with Cleo Moore, Richard Crenna, Isobel Elsom,
1956: The White Squaw (Production), Directed by Ray Nazarro, with David Brian, May Wynn, William Bishop,
1955: Picnic (Production), Directed by Joshua Logan, with William Holden, Kim Novak, Betty Field,
1955: Hot Blood (Tambourine) (Production), Directed by Nicholas Ray, with Cornel Wilde, Joseph Calleia, Nick Dennis,
1955: The Houston story (Production), Directed by William Castle, with Gene Barry, Barbara Hale, Paul Richards,
1955: Storm over the Nile (Production), Directed by Zoltan Korda, Terence Young, with Laurence Harvey, Ronald Lewis, Ferdy Mayne,
1955: Futures vedettes (Ragazze folli) (Production), Directed by Marc Allégret, with Brigitte Bardot, Jean Marais, Isabelle Pia,
1955: Jubal (Production), Directed by Delmer Daves, with Glenn Ford, Ernest Borgnine, Valerie French,
1954: Human desire (Production), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, Broderick Crawford,
1954: From Here to Eternity (Production), Directed by Fred Zinnemann, with Claude Akins, Frank Sinatra, Burt Lancaster,
1954: The saracen blade (Production), Directed by William Castle, with Whitfield Connor, Ricardo Montalban, Betta St. John,
1954: Miami story (Production), Directed by Fred F. Sears, with Luther Adler, John Baer, Barry Sullivan,
1954: Pushover (Production), Directed by Richard Quine, with Fred MacMurray, Philip Carey, Kim Novak,
1953: The Big Heat (Production), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, Jocelyn Brando,
1953: Stazione Termini (Indiscreation of an american wife) (Production), Directed by Vittorio De Sica, with Jennifer Jones, Montgomery Clift, Gino Cervi,
1953: China Venture (Production), Directed by Don Siegel, with Leon Askin,
1953: The Red Beret (Paratrooper) (Production), Directed by Terence Young, with Leo Genn, Walter Gotell, Alan Ladd,
1952: Thief of Damascus (Production), with Robert Clary, John Sutton, Philip Van Zandt,
1952: Member of the Wedding (Production), Directed by Fred Zinnemann, with Ethel Waters, Harry Bolden, Ann Carter,
1951: The Magic Face (Distribution), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Patricia Knight, William L. Shirer, Jaspar von Oertzen,
1951: When the Redskins rode (Production), Directed by Lew Landers, with Mary Castle, Jon Hall, James Seay,
1951: Pickup (Production), Directed by Hugo Haas, with Allan Nixon, Jo-Carroll Dennison, Hugo Haas,
1950: Born yesterday (Production), Directed by George Cukor, with Frank Otto, William Holden, Judy Holliday,
1949: Walking Hills (Production), Directed by John Sturges,
1949: The Undercover Man (Production), Directed by Joseph H. Lewis, with Nina Fich, Glenn Ford, James Whitmioe,
1949: Slightly French (Let's Fall In Love (Working title)) (Production), Directed by Douglas Sirk, with Patricia Barry, Dorothy Lamour, Janis Carter,
1948: Walk a crooked mile (Production), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with Louis Hayward, Dennis O'Keefe,
1948: The Sign of the Ram (Production), Directed by John Sturges, with Diana Dill,
1948: Best man wins (Production), Directed by John Sturges,
1948: Dark past (Production), Directed by Rudolph Maté, with Lois Maxwell, Stephen Dunne, Nina Foch,
1947: For the Love of Rusty (Production), Directed by John Sturges,
1947: Keeper of the Bees (Production), Directed by John Sturges,
1947: Dead Reckoning (Production), Directed by John Cromwell, with Lizabeth Scott, Charles Cane, Morris Carnovsky,
1946: Gilda (Production), Directed by Charles Vidor, with Ernst Verebes, Glenn Ford, Steven Geray,
1946: The Man who dared (Production), Directed by John Sturges,
1946: Shadowed (Production), Directed by John Sturges,
1946: Alias Mr. Twilight (Production), Directed by John Sturges,
1946: The Iron Curtain (Production), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Gene Tierney, Leslies Barrie, Edna Best,
1945: A Guy, a Gal and a Pal (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher,
1945: Escape in the Fog (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher, with Shelley Winters,
1945: Counter-Attack (One Against Seven) (Production), Directed by Zoltan Korda, with Wolfgang Zilzer, Marguerite Chapman, Paul Muni,
1944: One mysterious Night (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher, with Chester Morris, Janis Carter, William Wright,
1944: U-Boat Prisoner (Production), Directed by Lew Landers, Budd Boetticher, with Bruce Bennett, Erik Rolf, John Abbott,
1944: Address unknown (Production), Directed by William Cameron Menzies, with Peter van Eyck, Morris Carnovsky, Mady Christians,
1944: The missing juror (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher,
1944: Youth in Trial (Production), Directed by Budd Boetticher,
1944: The Racket Man (Production), Directed by D. Ross Lederman, with Douglas Fowley, Tom Neal, Jeanne Bates,
1944: She's a Soldier Too (Production), Directed by William Castle, with Beulah Bondi, Nina Foch, Jessica Barker,
1944: Cry of the Werewolf (Production), Directed by Henry Levin, with Nina Foch, Stephen Crane, Osa Massen,
1944: Strange Affair (Production), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with Allyn Joslyn, Evelyn Keyes, Marguerite Chapman,
1944: She's a Sweetheart (Hello Mom) (Production), Directed by Del Lord, with Jane Frazee, Larry Parks, Jane Darwell,
1944: Once Upon a Time (Production), Directed by Alexander Hall, with William Demarest, Janet Blair, James Gleason,
1944: They Life in Fear (Production), Directed by Josef Berne, with Wolfgang Zilzer, Otto Kruger, Pat Parrish,
1944: The Girl in the Case (The Silver Key) (Production), Directed by William A. Berke, with Edmund Lowe, Janis Carter, Robert Williams,
1943: Destroyer (Production), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Edward G. Robinson, Glenn Ford, Marguerite Chapman,
1943: Appointment in Berlin (Production), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with Marguerite Chapman, George Sanders, Onslow Stevens,
1943: The Heat's on (Production), Directed by Gregory Ratoff, with Mae West, Xavier Cugat, William Gaxton,
1943: Reveille with Beverly (Production), Directed by Charles T. Barton, with Larry Parks, Ann Miller, William Wright,
1943: Passport to Suez (Production), Directed by André de Toth, with Warren William, Ann Savage, Eric Blore,
1943: City without Men (Production), Directed by Sidney Salkow, with Linda Darnell, Edgar Buchanan, Michael Duane,
1943: Good Luck, Mr. Yates (Production), Directed by Ray Enright, with Claire Trevor, Jessica Barker, Edgar Buchanan,
1943: The Desperadoes (Production), Directed by Charles Vidor, with Randolph Scott, Claire Trevor, Glenn Ford,
1943: The More the Merrier (Merry-Go-Round) (Production), Directed by George Stevens, with Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea, Charles Coburn,
1942: The Talk of the Town (Production), Directed by George Stevens, with Sidney Buchman, Jean Arthur, Ronald Colman,
1942: Submarine Raider (Production), Directed by Lew Landers, Budd Boetticher, with John Howard, Marguerite Chapman, Bruce Bennett,
1941: Adam had four sons (Legacy) (Production), Directed by Gregory Ratoff, with Warner Baxter, Ingrid Bergman, Susan Hayward,
1941: The Face behind the mask (Production), Directed by Robert Florey, with Donald T. Beddoe, Evelyn Keyes, Peter Lorre,
1941: The Men in Her Life (Production), Directed by Gregory Ratoff, with Loretta Young, Conrad Veidt, Dean Jagger,
1941: Time Out for Rhythm (Production), Directed by Sidney Salkow, with Rudy Vallee, Ann Miller, Rosemary Lane,
1941: They Dare Not Love (Production), Directed by James Whale, with George Brent, Martha Scott, Paul Lukas,
1941: Meet Boston Blackie (Production), Directed by Robert Florey, with Chester Morris, Rochelle Hudson, Richard Lane,
1940: Arizona (Production), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Jean Arthur, William Holden, Warren William,
1940: Glamour for sale (Production), Directed by D. Ross Lederman, with Anita Louise, Roger Pryor, June MacCloy,
1940: The Howards of Virginia (Production), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Tom Drake, Cary Grant, Martha Scott,
1940: His Girl Friday (Production), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Alma Kruger, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy,
1940: Penny Serenade (Production), Directed by George Stevens, with Eva Lee Kuney, Edgar Buchanan, Irene Dunne,
1940: Escape to Glory (Passage West (Working title), Submarine Zone) (Production), Directed by John Brahm, with Pat O'Brien, Constance Bennett, John Halliday,
1940: Convicted Woman (Production), Directed by Nick Grinde, with E. Alyn Warren, Rochelle Hudson, Frieda Inescort,
1939: Golden Boy (Production), Directed by Rouben Mamoulian, with Barbara Stanwyck, Joseph Calleia, Lee J. Cobb,
1939: Blind Alley (Production), Directed by Charles Vidor, with Rose Stradner, Melville Cooper, Ann Dvorak,
1939: North of Shanghai (Production), Directed by D. Ross Lederman, with James Craig, Betty Furness, Keye Luke,
1938: Adventure in Sahara (Revolt in the Sahara (Working title), Son of the Sahara) (Production), Directed by D. Ross Lederman, with Paul Kelly, C. Henry Gordon, Lorna Gray,
1938: Girls' School (Production), Directed by John Brahm, with Anne Shirley, Nan Grey, Ralph Bellamy,
1938: You can't take it with you (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore, James Stewart,
1938: There's always a Woman (Production), Directed by Alexander Hall, with Joan Blondell, Melvyn Douglas, Mary Astor,
1938: Convicted (Production), Directed by Leon Barsha, with Rita Hayworth, Charles Quigley,
1938: Holiday (Production), Directed by George Cukor, with Doris Nolan, Binnie Barnes, Jean Dixon,
1938: Highway Patrol (State Patrol, State Trooper) (Production), Directed by Charles C. Coleman, with Robert Paige, Julie Bishop, Robert Middlemass,
1938: The lone Wolf spy hunt (Production), Directed by Peter Godfrey, with Warren William, Ida Lupino, Rita Hayworth,
1937: She Married an Artist (Production), Directed by Marion Gering, with John Boles, Luli Deste, Frances Drake,
1937: Lost Horizon (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Ronald Colman, Edward Everett Horton, Thomas Mitchell,
1937: Devil's playground (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Pierre Watkin, Ward Bond, Dolores Del Rio,
1937: Racketteers in Exile (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Evelyn Venable, Richard Carle, John Gallaudet,
1937: The awful truth (Production), Directed by Leo McCarey, with Mary Forbes, Ralph Bellamy, Cecil Cunningham,
1937: When you're in love (Production), Directed by Robert Riskin, with Louise Brooks, Cary Grant, Aline MacMahon,
1937: Find the Witness (Production), Directed by David Selman, with Charles Quigley, Henry Mollison, Rosalind Keith,
1936: Meet Nero Wolfe (Production), Directed by Herbert J. Biberman, with Edward Arnold, Lionel Stander, Dennie Moore,
1936: Devil's Squadron (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with William Stelling, Boyd Irving, Gordon Jones,
1936: Counterfeit (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Lloyd Nolan, Claude Gillingwater, Margot Grahame,
1936: End of the Trail (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Douglass Dumbrille, Jack Holt, Edward J. Le Saint,
1936: Mr. Deeds goes to town (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Gary Cooper, Jean Arthur, George Bancroft,
1935: The public menace (Production), Directed by Erle C. Kenton, with Jean Arthur, George Murphy, Douglass Dumbrille,
1935: After the Dance (Production), Directed by Leo Bulgakov, with Nancy Carroll, George Murphy, Thelma Todd,
1935: The best man wins (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Frank Sheridan, Jack Holt, Mitchell Lewis,
1935: Party Wire (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Charley Grapewin, Jean Arthur, Clara Blandick,
1935: Grand Exit (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Edward van Sloan, Russell Hicks, Selmer Jackson,
1935: Crime and Punishment (Production), Directed by Josef von Sternberg, with Marion Marsh, Edward Arnold, Tala Birell,
1935: Hoi Polloi (Production), Directed by Del Lord, with James C. Morton, Harriett De Bussman, Mary Dees,
1935: I'll Love You Always (Production), Directed by Leo Bulgakov, with Nancy Carroll, George Murphy, Raymond Walburn,
1935: The whole town's talking (Production), Directed by John Ford, with Edward G. Robinson, Jean Arthur, Arthur Hohl,
1934: Let's live tonight (Production), Directed by Victor Schertzinger, with Janet Beecher, Tullio Carminati, Lilian Harvey,
1934: Broadway Bill (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Raymond Walburn, Walter Conolly, George Cooper,
1934: Twentieth Century (20th Century) (Production), Directed by Howard Hawks, with John Barrymore, Carole Lombard, Walter Conolly,
1934: The Crime of Helen Stanley (Production), Directed by D. Ross Lederman, with Ralph Bellamy, Shirley Grey, Gail Patrick,
1934: It happened one night (Accadde una notte) (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Claudette Colbert, Clark Gable, Roscoe Karns,
1933: The bitter tea of general Yen (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Ella Hall, Walter Connolly, Gavin Gordon,
1933: Lady for a day (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Glenda Farrell, Guy Kibbee, May Robson,
1933: The Strange Case of Poison Ivy (Production), Directed by Lester Neilson, with Viola Dana,
1933: Child of Manhattan (Production), Directed by Edward Buzzell, with Betty Grable, Nancy Carroll, John Boles,
1932: No more orchids (Production), Directed by Walter Lang, with Carole Lombard, Lyle Talbot, Walter Connolly,
1932: By Whose Hand (Production), Directed by Benjamin Stoloff, with Ben Lyon, Barbara Weeks, Kenneth Thomson,
1932: American Madness (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Robert Emmett O'Connor, Constance Cummings, Robert Ellis,
1932: Three Wise Girls (Production), Directed by William Beaudine, with Natalie Moorhead, Mae Clarke, Walter Byron,
1932: Virtue (Production), Directed by Edward Buzzell, with Carole Lombard, Pat O'Brien, Ward Bond,
1932: Behind the Mask (Production), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Jack Holt, Constance Cummings, Boris Karloff,
1932: Forbidden (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Barbara Stanwyck, Myrna Fresholt, Thomas Jefferson,
1931: The Guilty Generation (Production), Directed by Rowland V. Lee, with Leo Carrillo, Constance Cummings, Robert Young,
1931: Platinum Blonde (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Jean Harlow, Robert Williams, Loretta Young,
1931: The Miracle Woman (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Barbara Stanwyck, David Manners, Sam Hardy,
1931: Dirigible (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Jack Holt, Ralph Graves, Fay Wray,
1931: Subway Express (Production), Directed by Fred C. Newmeyer, with Jack Holt, Aileen Pringle, Fred Kelsey,
1930: Shadow Ranch (Production), Directed by Louis King, with Buck Jones, Marguerite de la Motte, Kate Price,
1930: Rain or Shine (Production), Directed by Frank Capra,
1930: Ladies of Leisure (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Barbara Stanwyck, Ralph Graves, Lowell Sherman,
1929: Mexicali Rose (Production), Directed by Erle C. Kenton, with Barbara Stanwyck, Sam Hardy, William Janney,
1929: The younger generation (Production), Directed by Frank Capra,
1929: The Donovan affair (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Hank Mann, Jack Holt, Dorothy Revier,
1929: Nothing to wear (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton,
1929: Sideshow (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton,
1928: Driftwood (Production), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Don Alvarado, Marceline Day, Alan Roscoe,
1928: So this is love (Production), Directed by Frank Capra,
1928: The Matinee idol (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Bessie Love,
1928: The Way of the strong (Production), Directed by Frank Capra,
1928: Stay with sables (Production), Directed by Frank Capra,
1928: Submarine (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Dorothy Revier, Ralph Graves, Jack Holt,
1928: The Power of the Press (Production), Directed by Frank Capra,
1928: Name the woman (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton,
1928: Sporting Age (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton,
1928: Golf Widows (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton,
1928: Street of Illusion (Production), Directed by Earl C. Kenton,
1928: That certain thing (Production), Directed by Frank Capra, with Viola Dana, Ralph Graves, Burr McIntosh,
1925: Fate of a Flirt (Production), Directed by Frank R. Strayer, with Dorothy Revier, Forrest Stanley, Tom Ricketts,
1925: When Husbands flirt (Quand les maris s'amusent) (Production), Directed by William A. Wellman,
1924: The Beautiful Sinner (Distribution: (as C.B.C. Film Sales)), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, with William Fairbanks, Eva Novak, George Nichols,
1924: Discontented Husbands (Production), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with James Kirkwood, Cleo Madison, Grace Darmond,
1923: Mary of the Movies (Production), Directed by John McDermott, with Marion Mack, Florence Lee, Mary Kane,
1917: Lady Barnacle (Production), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, Robert Walker, Augustus Phillips,
1917: The Call of her people (Egypt the Gypsy (Working title), The Voice of Her People (Working title)) (Production), Directed by John W. Noble, with Ethel Barrymore, Robert Whittier, William B. Davidson,
1917: God's Law and Man's (The Purchase Price (Working title)) (Production), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, Robert Walker, Augustus Phillips,
1917: The Mortal Sin (Production), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, Robert Walker, Augustus Phillips,
1917: One of Many (Production), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Frances Nelson, Niles Welch, Mary Mersch,
1917: The End of the Tour (Production), Directed by George D. Baker, with Lionel Barrymore, Ethel Corcoran, Frank Currier,
1917: Threads of Fate (Production), Directed by Eugene Nowland, with Viola Dana, Augustus Phillips, Richard Tucker,
1917: A Wife by proxy (Production), Directed by John H. Collins, with Mabel Taliaferro, Robert Walker, Sally Crute,
1916: The Gates of Eden (Production: (A Metro Wonderplay)), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, Augustus Phillips, Robert Walker,
1916: Life's Shadows (Production), Directed by William Nigh, with William Nigh, Irene Howley, Will S. Stevens,
1916: The Light of Happiness (Production), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, George D. Melville, Lorraine Frost,
1916: The Child of Destiny (Production), Directed by William Nigh, with Irene Fenwick, Madama Ganna Walska, Robert Elliott,
1916: The Flower of No Man's Land (Production: (A Metro Wonderplay)), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, Duncan McRae, Harry C. Browne,
1916: The Half Million Bribe (Production), Directed by Edgar Jones, with Hamilton Revelle, Marguerite Snow, Carlton Brickert,
1916: The Kiss of Hate (Production), Directed by William Nigh, with Ethel Barrymore, H. Cooper Cliffe, Robert Elliott,
1916: Dimples (Production), Directed by Edgar Jones, with Mary Miles Minter, William Cowper, John J. Donough,
1916: The Turmoil (Production), Directed by Edgar Jones, with Valli Valli, George LeGuere, Charles Prince,
1915: A Yellow Streak (Production), Directed by William Nigh, with Lionel Barrymore, Irene Howley, Dorothy Gwynne,
1915: The Woman Pays (Production), Directed by Edgar Jones, with John Bowers, Edward Brennan, Mae De Metz,
1915: Emmy of Stork's Nest (Stork's Nest) (Production), Directed by William Nigh, with Mary Miles Minter, Niles Welch, Charles H. Prince,

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