Cecil B. DeMille

Portrait Cecil B. DeMille
Director, Author, Producer - USA
Born August 12, 1881 in Ashfield, Massachusetts, USA
Died January 21, 1959 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Other names or known as : Cecil B. De Mille, Сесил Б. ДеМилль,

Cecil B. DeMille was born under the given name Cecil Blount DeMille on August 12, 1881 in Ashfield, Massachusetts, USA. He was an American Director, Author, Producer, known for Sunset Boulevard (1950), The Virginian (1914), The Affairs of Anatol (1921), Cecil B. DeMille's first movie on record is from 1914. Cecil B. DeMille died on January 21, 1959 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1956.

Cecil B. DeMille Filmography [Auszug]
1956: The Ten Commandments (Director), with Charlton Heston, Yul Brynner, Anne Baxter,
1952: The Greatest Show on Earth (Director), with Charlton Heston, James Stewart, Betty Hutton,
1950: Sunset Boulevard (Cast: Guest Star), Directed by Billy Wilder, with William Holden, Gloria Swanson, Erich von Stroheim,
1949: Samson and Delilah (Director), with Hedy Lamarr, Angela Lansbury, Victor Mature,
1948: Unconquered (Director), with Ward Bond, C. Aubrey Smith, Mike Mazurki,
1944: The Story of Dr. Wassell (Director), with Gary Cooper, Carl Esmond, Mildred Harris,
1942: Reap the wild wind (Director), with John Merkyl, Susan Hayward, Mildred Harris,
1940: North West Mounted Police (Director), with Gary Cooper, Madeleine Carroll, Preston Foster,
1939: Union Pacific (Pacific express) (Director), with Barbara Stanwyck, Joel McCrea, Akim Tamiroff,
1938: The Buccaneer (Director), with Hugh Sothern, Robert Barrat, Douglass Dumbrille,
1936: The plainsman (Director), with Jean Arthur, Charles Bickford, Helen Burgess,
1935: The Crusades (Director), with Ian Keith, C. Aubrey Smith, Henry Wilcoxon,
1934: Cleopatra (Director), with Claudette Colbert, Warren William, Henry Wilcoxon,
1934: Four frightened people (Director), with Claudette Colbert, Herbert Marshall, William Gargan,
1933: This Day and Age (Director),
1932: The Sign of the Cross (Director), with Fredric March, Elissa Landi, Claudette Colbert,
1931: The Squaw Man (Director), with Warner Baxter, Lupe Velez, Eleanor Boardman,
1930: Madam Satan (Director), with Kay Johnson, Reginald Denny, Lillian Roth,
1930: Manslaughter (Scenario), Directed by George Abbott, with Claudette Colbert, Fredric March, Emma Dunn,
1929: Dynamite (Director),
1929: The Godless Girl (Atheist (Working title), The Fiery Furnace (Working title)) (Director), with Lina Basquette, Marie Prevost, Tom Keene,
1927: The Angel of Broadway (Producer), Directed by Lois Weber, with Leatrice Joy, Victor Varconi, May Robson,
1927: King of Kings (Producer), with Sidney Franklin, Theodore Kosloff, David Imboden,
1926: The Volga Boatman (Director), with William Boyd, Arthur C. Miller, Elinor Fair,
1924: Feet of Clay (Director), with Vera Reynolds, Rod La Rocque, Julia Faye,
1923: Adam's Rib (Dumb and Bobbed (Working title), Glorifying the Girl (Working title)) (Director), with Milton Sills, Elliott Dexter, Theodore Kosloff,
1923: The Ten Commandments (Director), with Theodore Roberts, Charles De Rochefort, Estelle Taylor,
1921: The Affairs of Anatol (Director), with Monte Blue, Elliott Dexter, Wanda Hawley,
1921: Forbidden Fruit (Director), with Agnes Ayres, Clarence Burton, Theodore Roberts,
1920: Why Change Your Wife? (Director), with Gloria Swanson, Edna Mae Cooper, Lucien Littlefield,
1919: Male and Female (Director), with Thomas Meighan, Theodore Roberts, Raymond Hatton,
1919: For Better, for Worse (Director), with Elliott Dexter, Tom Forman, Gloria Swanson,
1919: Don't Change Your Husband (Director), with Elliott Dexter, Gloria Swanson, Lew Cody,
1918: The Squaw Man (Director), with Elliott Dexter, Ann Little, Katherine MacDonald,
1918: Till I Come Back to You (When I Come Back to You (Working title), Paths of Glory (Working title)) (Director), with Bryant Washburn, Florence Vidor, Gustav von Seyffertitz,
1918: We Can't Have Everything (Director), with Kathlyn Williams, Elliott Dexter, Wanda Hawley,
1918: Old Wives for New (Director), with Elliott Dexter, Florence Vidor, Sylvia Ashton,
1918: The Whispering Chorus (Director), with Raymond Hatton, Kathlyn Williams, Edythe Chapman,
1917: Nan of Music Mountain (Director: (/xx/)), Directed by George Melford, with Wallace Reid, Ann Little, Theodore Roberts,
1917: The Devil-Stone (Director), with Geraldine Farrar, Wallace Reid, Hobart Bosworth,
1917: The Secret Game (Producer: director general), Directed by William C. de Mille, with Jack Holt, Florence Vidor, Mayme Kelso,
1917: The Woman God Forgot (Director), with Ramon Novarro, Geraldine Farrar, Olga Grey,
1917: The Little American (Director: (/xx/)), Directed by Joseph Levering, with Mary Pickford, Jack Holt, Raymond Hatton,
1917: A Romance of the Redwoods (Director), with Mary Pickford, Elliott Dexter, Tully Marshall,
1917: A Mormon Maid (Producer: director general), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Mae Murray, Frank Borzage, Hobart Bosworth,
1917: Lost and Won (Director: (/xx/) ), Directed by Frank Reicher, with Marie Doro, Elliott Dexter, Carl Stockdale,
1917: Betty to the Rescue (Producer: director general), Directed by Frank Reicher, with Beatrice DeMille, Fannie Ward, Leighton Osmun,
1916: Joan the Woman (Director), with Geraldine Farrar, Raymond Hatton, Hobart Bosworth,
1916: The Dream Girl (Director), with Mae Murray, Theodore Roberts, Earle Foxe,
1916: Maria Rosa (Director), with Geraldine Farrar, Wallace Reid, Pedro de Cordoba,
1916: The Heart of Nora Flynn (Director), with Marie Doro, Elliott Dexter, Ernest Joy,
1916: The Love Mask (Under the Mask) (Scenario), Directed by Frank Reicher, with Cleo Ridgely, Wallace Reid, Earle Foxe,
1916: The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (Director), with Charlotte Walker, Thomas Meighan, Earle Foxe,
1915: Temptation (Director), with Geraldine Farrar, Theodore Roberts, Pedro de Cordoba,
1915: The Golden Chance (Director), with Cleo Ridgely, Wallace Reid, Horace B. Carpenter,
1915: The Cheat (Director), with Sessue Hayakawa, Fannie Ward, Jack Dean,
1915: Chimmie Fadden Out West (Director), with Victor Moore, Camille Astor, Raymond Hatton,
1915: Carmen (Director), with Geraldine Farrar, Wallace Reid, Pedro de Cordoba,
1915: The Secret Sin (Producer: director general), Directed by Frank Reicher, with Blanche Sweet, Hal Clements, Alice Knowland,
1915: Kindling (Director), with Charlotte Walker, Thomas Meighan, Raymond Hatton,
1915: Chimmie Fadden (Director), with Victor Moore, Raymond Hatton, Mrs. Lewis McCord,
1915: The Arab (Director), with Edgar Selwyn, Horace B. Carpenter, Milton Brown,
1915: The Wild Goose Chase (Director), with Ina Claire, Tom Forman, Theodore Roberts,
1915: The Captive (Director), with Blanche Sweet, House Peters, Gerald Ward,
1915: The Unafraid (The Unexpected) (Director), with Rita Jolivet, House Peters, Page Peters,
1915: The Warrens of Virginia (Director), with Blanche Sweet, James Neill, Page Peters,
1915: After Five (Director), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Edward Abeles, Sessue Hayakawa, Betty Schade,
1915: Young Romance (Producer: General Director), Directed by George Melford, with Edith Taliaferro, Florence Dagmar, Tom Forman,
1915: The Girl of the Golden West (Director), with Mabel Van Buren, Theodore Roberts, House Peters,
1914: The Ghost Breaker (Director), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with H.B. Warner, Rita Stanwood, Theodore Roberts,
1914: The Circus Man (Scenario), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Theodore Roberts, Mabel Van Buren, Florence Dagmar,
1914: The Rose of the Rancho (Director), with Bessie Barriscale, Jane Darwell, Dick La Reno,
1914: The Man from Home (Director), with Charles Richman, Theodore Roberts, Fred Montague,
1914: What's His Name (Director), with Max Figman, Lolita Robertson, Sydney Deane,
1914: The Virginian (Director), with Dustin Farnum, Jack W. Johnston, Sydney Deane,
1914: The Call of the North (Director), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Robert Edeson, Theodore Roberts, Winifred Kingston,
1914: The Man on the Box (Director: (/xx/)), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Max Figman, C.F. Le None, Fred Montague,
1914: The Only Son (Director), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, Oscar Apfel, with Jim Blackwell, A. MacMillan, Thomas W. Ross,
1914: Lord Chumley (Based on : play ), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Lillian Gish, Henry B. Walthall, Mary Alden,
1914: The Master Mind (Director: (/xx/)), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Edmund Breese, Fred Montague, Jane Darwell,
1914: Brewster's Millions (Director), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with George Barr McCutcheon, Edward Abeles, Winchell Smith,
1914: The Squaw Man (Director), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Dustin Farnum, Monroe Salisbury, Winifred Kingston,

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