Portrait George Fitzmaurice
Director, Producer, Author - USA
Born February 13, 1885 in Paris
Died June 13, 1940 in Los Angeles, California, USA

George Fitzmaurice was born on February 13, 1885 in Paris. He was an American Director, Producer, Author, known for Ben Hur (1925), The Son of the Sheik (1926), Mata Hari (1932), George Fitzmaurice's first movie on record is from 1913. He was married to Ouida Bergère and Diana Kane (1927-1940). George Fitzmaurice died on June 13, 1940 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1940.

Filmography [Auszug]
1940: Adventure in Diamonds (Director), with George Brent, Isa Miranda, John Loder,
1937: The Emperor's Candlesticks (Director), with William Powell, Luise Rainer, Robert Young,
1936: Suzy (Director), with Stanley Morner, Jean Harlow, Cary Grant,
1936: Petticoat Fever (Director), with Otto Yamaoka, Bo Ching, Forrester Harvey,
1934: All Men Are Enemies (Director), with Helen Twelvetrees, Mona Barrie, Hugh Williams,
1932: As you desire me (Director), with Roland Varno, Erich von Stroheim, Melvyn Douglas,
1932: Mata Hari (Director), with Greta Garbo, Ramon Novarro, Reginald Barlow,
1931: The unholy garden (Director), with Ronald Colman, Fay Wray, Tully Marshall,
1931: Strangers May Kiss (Director), with Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery, Neil Hamilton,
1930: The Devil to Pay! (Director), with Ronald Colman, Myrna Loy,
1930: Raffles (Director), Directed by Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast, with Ronald Colman, Kay Francis, Bramwell Fletcher,
1929: The Locked Door (Director: (AKA Geo. Fitzmaurice) ), with Rod La Rocque, Barbara Stanwyck, William 'Stage' Boyd,
1929: La Tiger Rose (Director), with Heinie Conklin, Lupe Velez, H.B. Warner,
1929: Man and the Moment (Director), with Billie Dove, Rod La Rocque,
1929: His Captive Woman (Director), with August Tollaire, Dorothy Mackaill, Gladden James,
1928: Lilac time (Director), with Gary Cooper, Kathryn McGuire, Colleen Moore,
1928: Love Mart (Director), with Billie Dove, Gilbert Roland,
1928: The Barker (Director), with Sol S. Simon, Dorothy Mackaill, Betty Compson,
1927: The Night of Love (Director), with Laska Winters, Ronald Colman, John George,
1927: The Rose of the Golden West (Director), with Gustav von Seyffertitz, Harvey Clark, Flora Finch,
1927: The Tender Hour (Director), with Billie Dove, Ben Lyon,
1926: The Son of the Sheik (Director), with Rudolph Valentino, Vilma Banky, Erwin Connelly,
1925: Ben Hur (Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ) (Cast: Chariot Race Spectator (/xx/)), Directed by Fred Niblo, Charles Brabin, with Ramon Novarro, Francis X. Bushman, May McAvoy,
1925: The Dark Angel (Director), with Florence Turner, George Bunny, Ronald Colman,
1923: The Eternal City (Director), with Barbara La Marr, Bert Lytell, Lionel Barrymore,
1923: Bella Donna (Director), with Lois Wilson, Claude King, Adolphe Menjou,
1923: The Cheat (Director), with Helen Dunbar, Jack Holt, Charles De Rochefort,
1922: Kick In (Director), with John Miltern, Bert Lytell, May McAvoy,
1922: Three Live Ghosts (Director), Directed by Edmund Goulding, with Norman Kerry, Anna Q. Nilsson, Edmund Goulding,
1921: Experience (Director), with Barney Furey, Richard Barthelmess, Reginald Denny,
1920: On with the Dance (Director), with Mae Murray,
1919: The Avalanche (Director), with Elsie Ferguson, Lumsden Hare, Zeffie Tilbury,
1919: Common Clay (Director), with Fannie Ward, Easter Walters, Fred Goodwins,
1918: The narrow path (Director), with Fanny Ward, William Lawrence, Irene Aldwyn,
1918: A Japanese Nightingale (Director), with Fannie Ward, William Lawrence, Yukio Aoyama,
1918: The Hillcrest Mystery (Director), with Irene Castle, John H. Gilmour, Ralph Kellard,
1918: The Naulahka (Director), with Antonio Moreno, Doraldina, Helene Chadwick,
1918: Innocent (Director), with Fannie Ward, John Miltern, Armand Kaliz,
1917: Vengeance Is Mine (Producer: supervisor), Directed by Frank Hall Crane, with Irene Castle, Frank Sheridan, Helene Chadwick,
1917: Sylvia of the Secret Service (Director), with Irene Castle, John H. Gilmour, Elliott Dexter,
1917: The On-the-Square Girl (Director), with Mollie King, L. Rogers Lytton, Aimee Dalmores,
1917: The Mark of Cain (Director), Directed by Frank Hall Crane, with Antonio Moreno, John H. Gilmour, Eleanor Black,
1917: Blind Man's Luck (Director), with Mollie King, Earle Foxe, Riley Hatch,
1917: The Iron Heart (Director), with Edwin Arden, Forrest Winant, Helene Chadwick,
1917: The Recoil (Director), with William Courtenay, Lilian Greuze, Frank Belcher,
1917: The Hunting of the Hawk (Hunting the Hawk) (Director), with William Courtenay, Marguerite Snow, Robert Clugston,
1917: Kick In (Director), with William Courtenay, Robert Clugston, Mollie King,
1916: The Romantic Journey (Director), with William Courtenay, Macey Harlam, Alice Dovey,
1916: Arms and the Woman (Director), with Mary Nash, Lumsden Hare, H. Cooper Cliffe,
1916: The Test (Director), with Jane Grey, Lumsden Hare, Claude Fleming,
1916: Big Jim Garrity (Director), with Robert Edeson, Eleanor Woodruff, Carl Harbaugh,
1916: New York (Director), with Florence Reed, Fania Marinoff, John Miltern,
1915: Via Wireless (Director), with Bruce McRae, Gail Kane, Henry Weaver,
1915: Who's Who in Society (Scenario), with Dan Moyles, Kate Sergeantson, Della Connor,
1914: The Bomb Boy (Director), with Ernest Truex, Elaine Ivans, Carl Harbaugh,
1914: The Quest of the Sacred Jewel (Director), with Charles Arling, Edna Mayo, William Roselle,
1914: The Corsair (Story), Directed by Frank Powell, with Crane Wilbur, Anna Rose, Edward José,
1914: When Rome Ruled (Director), with Nell Craig, Clifford Bruce, Riley Hatch,
1914: The Pearl of the Punjab (Story), Directed by N. N., with Nell Craig, Walter R. Seymour, Lillian Worth,
1913: The Mystery of the Stolen Jewels (Cast), Directed by Maurice Costello, William V. Ranous, with Maurice Costello, Clara Kimball Young, James Young,

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