Emory Johnson

Director, Actor, Producer - USA
Born March 16, 1894 in San Francisco, California, USA
Died April 18, 1960 in San Mateo, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Emory Johnson was born under the given name Alfred Emory Johnson on March 16, 1894 in San Francisco, California, USA. He was an American Director, Actor, Producer, known for The Ghost Flower (1918), The Good-for-Nothing (1914), The Morals of Hilda (1916), Emory Johnson's first movie on record is from 1913. He was married to Ella Hall (1917-1930). Emory Johnson died on April 18, 1960 in San Mateo, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1926.

Emory Johnson Filmography [Auszug]
1926: [03.28] The Non-Stop Flight (Director), with Knute Erickson, Marcella Daly, ,
1925: [] The last Edition (Director), with Ralph Lewis, Lila Leslie, Ray Hallor,
1923: [04.15] The Westbound Limited (Director), with Ralph Lewis, Claire McDowell, Ella Hall,
1922: [07/09] Always the Woman (Cast: Herbert Boone), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Betty Compson, Doris Pawn,
1920: [05.00] Children of Destiny (Cast: Edwin Ford), Directed by George Irving, with Edith Hallor, William Courtleigh Jr., Arthur Edmund Carewe,
1920: [04.00] Polly of the Storm Country (Cast: Robert Robertson), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Mildred Harris, Charlotte Burton,
1920: [02.00] The Walk-offs (Cast: Robert Winston), Directed by Herbert Blaché, with May Allison, Effie Conley,
1919: [05.18] The Woman Next Door (Vicky Van (Working title)) (Cast: Chester Calhoun), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Ethel Clayton, Noah Beery,
1919: [05.04] Charge It to Me (Cast: Elmer Davis), Directed by Roy William Neill, with Margarita Fischer, Augustus Phillips,
1919: [03.02] (Cast: Mike Moran), Directed by James Cruze, with Wallace Reid, Ann Little,
1918: [12.10] A Lady's Name (Cast: Gerald Wantage), Directed by Walter Edwards, with Constance Talmadge, Harrison Ford,
1918: [08.18] The Ghost Flower (Cast: Duke De Chaumont), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Alma Rubens, Charles West, Francis McDonald,
1918: [04.29] A Mother's Secret (Cast: Howard Grey), Directed by Douglas Gerrard, with Ella Hall, Mary Mersch, T.D. Crittenden,
1918: [03.11] Beauty in Chains (Cast: Pepe Rey Don Jose), Directed by Elsie Jane Wilson, with Ella Hall, Ruby Lafayette,
1918: [02.11] New Love for Old (Green Magic (Working title)) (Cast: Kenneth Scott), Directed by Elsie Jane Wilson, with Ella Hall, Winter Hall, Gretchen Lederer,
1917: [12.17] My Little Boy (Cast: Fred), Directed by Elsie Jane Wilson, with Ella Hall, Zoe Rae,
1917: [06.30] The Gray Ghost (Cast: Wade Hildreth ), Directed by Stuart Paton, with Harry Carter, Priscilla Dean,
1917: [06.25] A Kentucky Cinderella (Cast: Tom Boling), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Rupert Julian, Ruth Clifford, Harry Carter,
1917: [06.04] The Circus of Life (A Dime's Worth of Philosophy (Working title)) (Cast: Tommie), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Elsie Jane Wilson, Mignon Anderson, Pomeroy Doc Cannon,
1917: [03.26] The Gift Girl (Marcel's Birthday Present (Working title), The Mistress (Working title)) (Cast: Marcel), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Louise Lovely, Rupert Julian,
1916: [12.21] The Right to be Happy (Scrooge the Skinflint, A Christmas Carol (Working title)) (Cast: Fred, Scrooge's Nephew), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Rupert Julian, , Claire McDowell,
1916: [12.11] The Morals of Hilda (Cast: Stephen), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Frank Whitson, Gretchen Lederer, Richard Morris,
1916: [11.20] The Devil's Bondwoman (The Devil's Die) (Cast: Mason Van Horton), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Dorothy Davenport, Richard Morris,
1916: [10.16] Barriers of Society (Cast: Westie Phillips), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, Clarke Irvine, with Dorothy Davenport, Richard Morris,
1916: [09.18] Black Friday (Cast: Charles Dalton), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Richard Morris, Dorothy Davenport, Wilfred Rogers,
1916: [09.04] The Unattainable (The Miracle of Love (Working title)) (Cast: Robert Goodman), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Dorothy Davenport, Mattie Witting,
1916: [08.14] A Yoke of Gold (In the Days of the Missions) (Cast: Jose Garcia), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Alfred Allen, Richard Morris,
1916: [07.03] The Way of the World (Cast: Walter Croyden), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Hobart Bosworth, Dorothy Davenport,
1916: [06.18] Romance at Random (Cast: ), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Rupert Julian, Elsie Jane Wilson, Mark Fenton,
1916: [05.01] Doctor Neighbor (Doctor Samson (Working title), Dr. Neighbor, or A Law for the Detective (Working title)) (Cast: Hamilton Powers), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Hobart Bosworth, Dorothy Davenport, Gretchen Lederer,
1916: [04.03] Two Men of Sandy Bar (Cast: Sandy Morton), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Hobart Bosworth, Jack Curtis, Charles H. Hickman,
1916: [03.19] The Yaqui (Cast: Flores), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Hobart Bosworth, Goldie Colwell, Dorothy Clark,
1915: [09.13] His Masterpiece (Cast: Higgins ), Directed by N. N., with True Boardman, Sadie Lindblom,
1914: [06.08] The Good-for-Nothing (Cast: Bit part (/xx/) ), Directed by Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, with Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, Lee Willard, Elsa Lorimer,
1913: [12.20] Broncho Billy's Christmas Deed (Cast), Directed by Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, with Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, , Victor Potel,
1913: [12.06] Broncho Billy's Squareness (Cast), Directed by Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, with Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, Marguerite Clayton, True Boardman,
1913: [11.27] The Naming of the Rawhide Queen (Cast), Directed by Lloyd Ingraham, with , Evelyn Selbie, Lois Ingraham,

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