John W. Brown

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Director of Photography, Regieassistent, Actor - USA
Born June 24, 1892 in Aberdeen, Schottland
Died September 8, 1949 in Los Angeles County, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
John W. Brown was born on June 24, 1892 in Aberdeen, Schottland. He was an American Director of Photography, Regieassistent, Actor, known for A marked man (1917), Bucking Broadway (1917), The Phantom riders (1918), John W. Brown's first movie on record is from 1914. John W. Brown died on September 8, 1949 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1921.

John W. Brown Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [09.12] Action (Let's go) (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Hoot Gibson, Francis Ford, J. Farrell MacDonald,
1920: [05.10] The flapper (Dangerous Paradise (Working title)) (Director of Photography: (AKA Jack Brown) ), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Olive Thomas, Theodore Westman jr., William P. Carleton,
1920: [02.00] Footlights and Shadows (Director of Photography: (AKA Jack Brown)), Directed by John W. Noble, with Olive Thomas, Alex Onslow, Ivo Dawson,
1919: [11.29] A Gun fightin' Gentleman (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, J. Barney Sherry, Kathleen O'Connor,
1919: [11.16] Undercurrent (Hell on Earth (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Arthur Guy Empey, Florence Martin, Vera Boehm,
1919: [08.18] The Ace of the Saddle (A Man of Peace) (Director of Photography: (--??--)), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, , ,
1919: [06.14] The last outlaw (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with , Richard Cummings, Lucille Hutton,
1919: [03.24] A Fight for Love (Hell's Neck) (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, Joe Harris, Neva Gerber,
1918: [12.29] Virtuous Wives (Director of Photography), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Anita Stewart, , Hedda Hopper,
1918: [12.22] The Mystery Girl (Assistant Director), Directed by William C. de Mille, with , Henry Woodward, Clarence Burton,
1918: [10.07] Three mounted men (Three Wounded Men) (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, Joe Harris, Neva Gerber,
1918: [07.22] The Deciding Kiss (Director of Photography: (AKA John Webster Brown)), Directed by Tod Browning, with Edith Roberts, Winifred Greenwood, Hallam Cooley,
1918: [06.10] Which Woman? (Nobody's Bride (Working title), Woman Against Woman (Working title)) (Director of Photography: (AKA John Brown)), Directed by Tod Browning, Harry A. Pollard, with Ella Hall, Priscilla Dean, A. Edward Sutherland,
1918: [06.17] The Soap Girl (Director of Photography: (AKA John Brown)), Directed by Martin Justice, with Gladys Leslie, Frank Norcross, Harold Foshay,
1918: [05.11] Danger Within (Director of Photography: (AKA John Brown)), Directed by Rae Berger, with Zoe Rae, Winifred Greenwood, William A. Carroll,
1918: [04.01] The Honor of His House (Assistant Director), Directed by William C. de Mille, with Sessue Hayakawa, Florence Vidor, Jack Holt,
1918: [04.01] The Magic Eye (Director of Photography: (AKA John Brown)), Directed by Rae Berger, with Henry A. Barrows, Claire du Brey, Zoe Rae,
1918: [03.18] Thieves' Gold (Back to the Right Trail) (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Molly Malone, George Hively, Harry Carey,
1918: [02.25] Wild women (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, Molly Malone, Martha Mattox,
1918: [02.25] One More American (Assistant Director: (AKA John Brown) ), Directed by William C. de Mille, with George Beban, Marcia Manon, ,
1918: [01.28] The Phantom riders (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, William Steele, Molly Malone,
1917: [12.30] The Gown of Destiny (Director of Photography: (AKA John Brown)), Directed by Lynn Reynolds, with Alma Rubens, Herrera Tejedde, Allan Sears,
1917: [12.24] Bucking Broadway (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, Molly Malone, Louis M. Wells,
1917: [10.19] A marked man (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, Molly Malone, Harry L. Rattenberry,
1917: [08.13] Mary Jane's Pa (Director of Photography), Directed by Charles Brabin, William P.S. Earle, with Marc McDermott, Mildred Manning, Eulalie Jensen,
1914: [01.01] The Female of the Species (Cast: (AKA Mr. Brown)), Directed by Phillips Smalley, Lois Weber, with Lois Weber, Phillips Smalley, Ella Hall,

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