Bannister Merwin

Author, Director - USA
Born 1873 in Litchfield, Connecticut, USA
Died February 22, 1922 in London, England

Mini-Biography:
Bannister Merwin was born in 1873 in Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. He was an American Author, Director, known for The Price of the Necklace (1914), The Lighthouse by the Sea (1911), The Princess and the Peasant (1910), Bannister Merwin's first movie on record is from 1908. Bannister Merwin died on February 22, 1922 in London, England. His last motion picture on file dates from 1919.

Bannister Merwin Filmography [Auszug]
1919: [01.00] The Silver Greyhound (Director), with James Knight, Marjorie Villis, Mary Dibley,
1918: [09.00] A Turf Conspiracy (Scenario), Directed by Frank Wilson, with Violet Hopson, Gerald Ames, ,
1918: [08.00] Boys of the Otter Patrol (Scenario), Directed by Percy Nash, with , , ,
1918: [02.00] The Greatest Wish in the World (Scenario), Directed by Maurice Elvey, with Bransby Williams, , ,
1917: [10.00] Les cloches de Corneville (Scenario), Directed by Thomas Bentley, with , , ,
1917: [08.00] Boy Scouts Be Prepared (Boy Scouts to the Rescue) (Scenario), Directed by Percy Nash, with , Booth Conway, ,
1916: [10.00] Altar Chains (Director), with , , Philip Hewland,
1916: [07.00] A Rogue in Love (Director), with James Reardon,
1916: [01.02] You (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Edna Flugrath, Gerald Ames, Charles Rock,
1916: [01.00] Paste (Scenario), Directed by Ralph Dewsbury, with Gerald Ames, ,
1915: [12.00] The Firm of Girdlestone (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Edna Flugrath, Fred Groves, Charles Rock,
1915: [05.29] The Dumb Wooing (Scenario), Directed by Will Louis, with Maxine Brown, Dallas Welford, Raymond McKee,
1915: [05.00] The Ashes of Revenge (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Edna Flugrath, Philip Hewland, Gwynne Herbert,
1915: [02.00] The Middleman (Scenario), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Albert Chevalier, Jane Gail, Gerald Ames,
1914: [12.13] Lil o' London (Story), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Edna Flugrath, Ben Webster, Douglas Munro,
1914: [12.00] The Revenge of Mr. Thomas Atkins (Story), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Frank Stanmore, Gerald Ames, Judd Green,
1914: [11.00] The Fringe of War (Story), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Jane Gail, Gerald Ames, Lewis Gilbert,
1914: [10.00] The King's Minister (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Edna Flugrath, Arthur Holmes-Gore, Langhorn Burton,
1914: [07.00] Trilby (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Viva Birkett, Ian Swinley,
1914: [06.12] A Warning from the Past (Scenario), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior, Bigelow Cooper,
1914: [06.00] England's Menace (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Edna Flugrath, Arthur Holmes-Gore, Vincent Clive,
1914: [06.00] A Bachelor's Love Story (Scenario), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Henry Ainley, Lillian Logan, Harry Edwards,
1914: [04.00] The Black Spot (Scenario), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Jane Gail, Arthur Holmes-Gore, Charles Rock,
1914: [03.21] The Message in the Rose (Scenario), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior, Bigelow Cooper,
1914: [03.00] Branscombe's Pal (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Lillian Logan, Arthur Holmes-Gore, Gregory Scott,
1914: [03.00] She Stoops to Conquer (Scenario), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Henry Ainley, Jane Gail, Gregory Scott,
1914: [03.13] The Price of the Necklace (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Charles Ogle, Miriam Nesbitt, Rex Ingram,
1914: [02.20] All for His Sake (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Gertrude McCoy, Augustus Phillips,
1914: [02.00] Her Children (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Lillian Logan, Arthur Holmes-Gore, George Bellamy,
1914: [01.03] A Treacherous Rival (Director: (--??--)), Directed by Preston Kendall, with , William West, Sally Crute,
1914: [01.02] The Antique Brooch (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Douglas Imbert,
1913: [12.06] What Shall It Profit a Man? (Scenario), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Frank McGlynn, Bliss Milford, Augustus Phillips,
1913: [10.17] Foreman's Treachery (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Charles E. Vernon,
1913: [09.30] A Daughter of Romany (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, ,
1913: [09.23] Stroke of the Phoebus Eight (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Charles E. Vernon,
1913: [09.20] The Great Physician (Scenario), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Charles Ogle, Mabel Trunnelle, Robert Brower,
1913: [09.08] Keepers of the Flock (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Charles E. Vernon,
1913: [09.05] The Awakening of a Man (Scenario), Directed by George Lessey, with , Dan Mason, William West,
1913: [08.30] The Ghost of Granleigh (Scenario), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with , Laura Sawyer, Bigelow Cooper,
1913: [08.06] The Romance of Rowena (Scenario), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Mary Fuller, Frank A. Lyons, Margery Bonney Erskine,
1913: [07.05] The Signal (The Signal - A Drama of the French Revolution) (Scenario), Directed by George Lessey, with Richard Tucker, May Abbey,
1913: [07.04] A Gentleman's Gentleman (Director), with General Film Company, Richard Tucker, Charles Sutton,
1913: [06.14] Apples of Sodom (Scenario), Directed by George Lessey, with , Barry O'Moore, Mrs. William Bechtel,
1913: [06.07] While John Bolt Slept (Director: (--??--)), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Charles Ogle, Robert Brower,
1913: [04.01] With the Eyes of the Blind (Scenario), Directed by Walter Edwin, with Mary Fuller, Charles Ogle, Marc McDermott,
1913: [03.31] The Elder Brother (Scenario), Directed by George Lessey, with William West, Mary Fuller, Harry Beaumont,
1913: [03.25] Bread on the Waters (Scenario), Directed by George Lessey, with Richard Tucker, Harry Beaumont, Bessie Learn,
1913: [03.22] The Risen Soul of Jim Grant (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Augustus Phillips, Harry Gripp, Shirley Mason,
1913: [03.21] The Dean's Daughters (Scenario), Directed by Walter Edwin, with Mary Fuller, Robert Brower, Elsie MacLeod,
1913: [03.15] The Gauntlets of Washington (Scenario), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, Walter Edwin, with Marc McDermott, Bigelow Cooper, Charles Ogle,
1913: [02.21] The Will of the People (Scenario), Directed by George Lessey, with Charles Ogle, Miriam Nesbitt, Bigelow Cooper,
1913: [02.18] His Enemy (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Barry O'Moore, Mrs. William Bechtel, Richard Ridgely,
1913: [02.17] Confidence (Director), with Marc McDermott, Robert Brower, Bessie Learn,
1913: [02.08] The Governess (Scenario), Directed by Walter Edwin, with George Lessey, Mabel Trunnelle, William West,
1913: [02.01] The Princess and the Man (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Mary Fuller,
1913: [01.21] The Ambassador's Daughter (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Miriam Nesbitt, George Lessey, Robert Brower,
1913: [01.18] The Mountaineers (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Charles Ogle, Gertrude McCoy, Augustus Phillips,
1913: [01.17] Leonie (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Augustus Phillips, Mary Fuller, Miriam Nesbitt,
1913: [01.11] The Maid of Honor (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Mabel Trunnelle, Bessie Learn,
1913: [01.04] The Red Man's Burden (Scenario), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with , Laura Sawyer, Charles Sutton,
1912: [12.31] For Her (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Charles Ogle, Mary Fuller, Bigelow Cooper,
1912: [12.14] A Christmas Accident (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with William Wadsworth, Mrs. William Bechtel, Augustus Phillips,
1912: [12.02] The New Squire (Scenario), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, ,
1912: [10.30] A Suffragette in Spite of Himself (Scenario), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Ethel Browning,
1912: [10.08] Under False Colors (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Augustus Phillips, Gertrude McCoy, Robert Brower,
1912: [10.05] The Usurer's Grip (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Walter Edwin, Gertrude McCoy, Edna May Weick,
1912: [10.01] The Girl from the Country (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Bessie Learn, Mrs. William Bechtel, Augustus Phillips,
1912: [09.30] Calumet "K" (Story), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with , Laura Sawyer, James Gordon,
1912: [09.24] The Little Girl Next Door (Scenario), Directed by Ashley Miller, J. Searle Dawley, with Marc McDermott, Gertrude McCoy, Elizabeth Miller,
1912: [09.17] The Governor (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Mary Fuller, Charles Ogle, Willis Secord,
1912: [08.28] Helping John (Director), with Bigelow Cooper, Miriam Nesbitt, Robert Brower,
1912: [07.30] More Precious Than Gold (Scenario), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Marc McDermott, Mary Fuller, Willis Secord,
1912: [07.26] What Happened to Mary? (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, George Lessey, with Mary Fuller, Marc McDermott, Charles Ogle,
1912: [05.24] The Sunset Gun (Director), with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Yale Boss,
1912: [05.17] The Convict's Parole (Scenario), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, with Marc McDermott, Charles Ogle, Robert Brower,
1912: [04.23] The Little Woolen Shoe (Director), with Marc McDermott, Mary Fuller, Edna May Weick,
1912: [04.17] The Dumb Wooing (Scenario), Directed by Will Louis, with Mary Fuller, Barry O'Moore, Yale Benner,
1912: [04.16] The Insurgent Senator (Director), with Augustus Phillips, Charles Ogle, Mary Fuller,
1912: [03.26] The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter (Scenario), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Charles Sutton, Laura Sawyer, ,
1912: [03.02] A Cowboy's Stratagem (Director), with Augustus Phillips, Gertrude McCoy, Harry B. Eytinge,
1912: [02.20] The Nurse (Director), with George Lessey, , Margery Bonney Erskine,
1912: [02.13] His Daughter (Director), with Marc McDermott, Mrs. William Bechtel, Gertrude McCoy,
1912: [02.02] His Secretary (Director), with Charles Ogle, Laura Sawyer, Guy Hedlund,
1912: [01.26] For the Cause of the South (Director), with Laura Sawyer, Bessie Learn, ,
1912: [01.24] Father's Bluff (Director), with William Wadsworth, Margery Bonney Erskine, Gertrude McCoy,
1912: [01.23] The Stolen Nickel (Director), with Yale Boss, Robert Conness, Mary Fuller,
1911: [12.26] Papa's Sweetheart (Director), with Marc McDermott, Gladys Hulette,
1911: [12.04] The Awakening of John Bond (Scenario), Directed by Oscar Apfel, Charles Brabin, with Bigelow Cooper, Miriam Nesbitt, Mary Fuller,
1911: [11.24] Home (Home, a Thanksgiving Story) (Scenario), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Charles Ogle, Miriam Nesbitt, Harold M. Shaw,
1911: [11.07] A Modern Cinderella (Scenario), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Mary Fuller, Darwin Karr, Mabel Trunnelle,
1911: [10.17] An Old Sweetheart of Mine (Director), with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt,
1911: [10.14] Her Wedding Ring (Cast), with William West, ,
1911: [10.04] The Summer Girl (Director), with Gertrude McCoy, John R. Cumpson, Yale Benner,
1911: [09.26] Mary's Masquerade (Cast), with Mabel Trunnelle, Sydney Booth,
1911: [08.30] The Silent Tongue (Director), with Mary Fuller, Harry B. Eytinge, ,
1911: [08.30] Betty's Buttons (Director), with Shirley Mason, Herbert Barrington, Miriam Nesbitt,
1911: [08.26] Two White Roses (Director), with Wadsworth Harris, Edward Boulden, Margery Bonney Erskine,
1911: [08.23] The Professor and the New Hat (Director), with William West, Mary Fuller, Edwin Clarke,
1911: [07.25] The Younger Brother (Director), with Herbert Prior, Richard Ridgely, Charles Sutton,
1911: [] The Lighthouse by the Sea (Scenario), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, with Charles Sutton, Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior,
1911: [06.07] Father's Dress Suit (Director), with , Gladys Hulette, Alice Washburn,
1911: [04.28] The Child and the Tramp (Director), with Charles M. Seay, Edna May Weick, Miriam Nesbitt,
1911: [04.11] The Strike at the Mines (Scenario), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, with Charles Ogle, Nancy Avril, Edwin Clarke,
1911: [02.22] Mr. Bumptious, Detective (Director), with John R. Cumpson, Alice Washburn,
1911: [02.17] A Stage Romance (Director), with Mary Fuller,
1911: [01.20] Mike, the Miser (Director), with Charles Ogle, Robert Emmett Tansey,
1910: [12.03] The Toymaker, the Doll and the Devil (Scenario), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, with Mabel Trunnelle, Robert Brower,
1910: [11.30] Arms and the Woman (Director), with Mary Fuller, Charles Ogle,
1910: [10.07] The Farmer's Daughter (Scenario), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, with Mary Fuller, Charles Ogle,
1910: [08.09] The Lady and the Burglar (Director), with Mary Fuller, Marc McDermott,
1910: [05.20] Sisters (Director), with Mary Fuller, Florence Turner,
1910: [05.17] The Princess and the Peasant (Scenario), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Mabel Trunnelle, Mary Fuller, Marc McDermott,
1910: [05.13] Carminella (Director), with Madame Pilar-Morin, George Soule Spencer, Mary Fuller,
1910: [01.07] The Engineer's Romance (Scenario), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, with Marc McDermott, Mary Fuller,
1910: [12.13] Fog (Scenario), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Mary Fuller, Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt,
1909: [11.23] A Rose of the Tenderloin (Scenario), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Mary Fuller, Harold M. Shaw, Robert Brower,
1909: [11.12] His Masterpiece (Director), with Florence Turner,
1909: [06.29] A Man Without a Country (Director),
1908: [11.17] The New Stenographer (Director), with Florence Turner,

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