E. Mason Hopper

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Director, Actor, Author - USA
Born December 6, 1885 in Enosburg, Vermont, USA
Died January 3, 1967 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

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E. Mason Hopper was born on December 6, 1885 in Enosburg, Vermont, USA. He was an American Director, Actor, Author, known for Sunset Boulevard (1950), The Firefly of tough luck (1917), The Answer (1918), E. Mason Hopper's first movie on record is from 1911. E. Mason Hopper died on January 3, 1967 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1950.

E. Mason Hopper Filmography [Auszug]
1950: Sunset Boulevard (Cast: Doctor (/xx/) ), Directed by Billy Wilder, with William Holden, Gloria Swanson, Erich von Stroheim,
1935: Hong Kong Nights (Director), with Tom Keene, Wera Engels, Warren Hymer,
1933: Curtain at Eight (Director), with C. Aubrey Smith, Dorothy Mackaill, Paul Cavanagh,
1933: One Year Later (Director), with Mary Brian, Russell Hopton, Don Dillaway,
1928: A Blonde for a Night (Director), Directed by F. McGrew Willis, with Marie Prevost, Franklin Pangborn, Harrison Ford,
1926: Paris at Midnight (Director), with Émile Chautard, Jetta Goudal, Lionel Barrymore,
1925: The Crowded Hour (Director), with Bebe Daniels, Kenneth Harlan,
1924: Janice Meredith (Director), with Marion Davies, Holbrook Blinn, Harrison Ford,
1924: The Great White Way (Cain and Mabel (Working title)) (Director), with Anita Stewart, Tom Lewis, T. Roy Barnes,
1923: The Love Piker (Director), with Anita Stewart, William Norris, Robert Frazer,
1923: Daddy (Director), with Arthur Edmund Carewe, Jackie Coogan, Cesare Gravina,
1919: The Sun went down (Director), with Edith Storey, Lew Cody, Harry S. Northrup,
1919: Come Again Smith (Director), with J. Warren Kerrigan, Henry A. Barrows, William Conklin,
1918: Wife or Country (Director), with Harry Mestayer, Gretchen Lederer, Gloria Swanson,
1918: Love's Pay Day (Director), with Rosemary Theby, Pete Morrison, William Dale,
1918: Unexpected Places (Director), with Bert Lytell, Rhea Mitchell, Rosemary Theby,
1918: Mystic Faces (Director), with Yutaka Abe, Martha Taka, Larry Steers,
1918: Boston Blackie's Little Pal (Director), with Bert Lytell, Rhea Mitchell, Rosemary Theby,
1918: The Love Brokers (Another Foolish Virgin (Working title)) (Director), with Alma Rubens, Texas Guinan, Joseph Bennett,
1918: The Answer (Director), with Alma Rubens, Joe King, Francis McDonald,
1918: Her American Husband (Mr. Butterfly) (Director), with Teddy Sampson, Darrell Foss, Leota Lorraine,
1918: Without Honor (Bearing Her Cross (Working title)) (Director), with Margery Wilson, Walt Whitman, Arthur Moon,
1917: The Regenerates (Blue Blood (Working title)) (Director), with Alma Rubens, Walt Whitman, Darrell Foss,
1917: The Firefly of tough luck (Director), with Alma Rubens, Charles Gunn, Walt Whitman,
1917: The Tar Heel Warrior (Director), with Walt Whitman, Ann Forrest, William Shaw,
1917: The Hidden Spring (Director), with Harold Lockwood, Vera Sisson, Herbert Standing,
1917: As Men Love (Director), with Myrtle Stedman, House Peters, Jack W. Johnston,
1917: The Spirit of Romance (Director), with Vivian Martin, Percy Challenger, Colin Chase,
1917: The Prison without Walls (Director), with Wallace Reid, Myrtle Stedman, William Conklin,
1917: The Wax Model (Director), with Vivian Martin, Gayne Whitman, George Fisher,
1916: The Right Direction (Director), with Vivian Martin, Colin Chase, Herbert Standing,
1916: Gloriana (Director), with Zoe Rae, Virginia Foltz, William Canfield,
1916: The Selfish Woman (The Taming of Helen) (Director), with Wallace Reid, Cleo Ridgely, Edythe Chapman,
1916: The Birth of Character (The Transmutation; Or The Making of a Man (Working title)) (Director), with William Courtleigh, Muriel Ostriche, Joseph Graybill,
1915: Labyrinth (Director), with Gail Kane, Dolly Larkin, Richard Neill,
1913: The Capture (Director), with Billy Mason, Ruth Hennessy, John Steppling,
1913: The Discovery (Director), with Francis X. Bushman, Mildred Weston, Howard Missimer,
1912: The Love Test (Director), Directed by Herbert Brenon, with Vivian Prescott, Frank Hall Crane, William E. Shay,
1912: A Western Kimona (Director), Directed by Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, with Augustus Carney, Harry Todd, Edna Fisher,
1911: Mr. Wise, Investigator (Director), with Sidney Ainsworth, Victor Potel, Ruth Stonehouse,
1911: Mustang Pete's Love Affair (Director), with Harry Todd, Augustus Carney, Margaret Joslin,

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