James Oppenheim

Author - USA
Born May 24, 1882 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
Died August 3, 1932 in New York City, New York, USA

Mini-Biography:
James Oppenheim was born on May 24, 1882 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. He was an American Author, known for The Dancer (1913), What Happened to Mary? (1912), Tim (1912), James Oppenheim's first movie on record is from 1912. James Oppenheim died on August 3, 1932 in New York City, New York, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1917.

James Oppenheim Filmography [Auszug]
1917: [06.25] The Ghost of Old Morro (Story), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Helen Strickland, Herbert Prior, Robert Conness,
1916: [11.13] The Cossack Whip (Story), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, Grace Williams, Robert Walker,
1916: [09.00] Idle Wives (Based on : novel), Directed by Phillips Smalley, Lois Weber, with Mary MacLaren, Lois Weber, Phillips Smalley,
1915: [04.09] The Stoning (Story), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Viola Dana, Charles Sutton, Helen Strickland,
1915: [02.26] The Life of Abraham Lincoln (Scenario), Directed by Langdon West, with Frank McGlynn, Nellie Grant, Guido Collucci,
1914: [11.28] The Temple of Moloch (Scenario), Directed by Langdon West, with Gayne Whitman, Warren Cook, Bessie Learn,
1913: [12.12] Peg o' the Movies (Story), Directed by George Lessey, with Gertrude McCoy, , Robert Brower,
1913: [08.09] The Fight for Right (Scenario), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Rosemary Theby, Irving Cummings, Ralph Lewis,
1913: [01.31] A Perilous Cargo (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Walter Edwin, Herbert Prior, John Sturgeon,
1913: [01.27] The Dancer (Scenario), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Bessie Learn, William West, Harry Beaumont,
1913: [01.22] The Power of Sleep (Scenario), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Frank A. Lyons, Arthur Housman, Alice Washburn,
1913: [01.20] The Man He Might Have Been (Story), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Barry O'Moore, Mabel Trunnelle, Charles Ogle,
1912: [12.30] The Crime of Carelessness (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Bigelow Cooper, Mabel Trunnelle, ,
1912: [12.10] Annie Crawls Upstairs (Story), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Robert Brower, Ida Williams, Helen Coughlin,
1912: [11.25] The Third Thanksgiving (Scenario), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Charles Ogle, Mrs. William Bechtel, Harry Beaumont,
1912: [11.18] Tim (Story), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Charles Ogle, Barry O'Moore, Robert Brower,
1912: [11.16] Hope, A Red Cross Seal Story (Hope) (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, with George Lessey, Gertrude McCoy, William West,
1912: [07.26] What Happened to Mary? (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, George Lessey, with Mary Fuller, Marc McDermott, Charles Ogle,
1912: [07.16] Nerves and the Man (Story), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Charles Ogle,
1912: [05.07] Billie (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Margaret Shelby, Marc McDermott, Edna May Weick,

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