J. Grubb Alexander

Author - USA
Born December 25, 1887 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
Died January 11, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
J. Grubb Alexander was born under the given name Joseph Grubb Alexander on December 25, 1887 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA. He was an American Author, known for Hatchet Man (1932), So big! (1932), The Man who laughs (1928), J. Grubb Alexander's first movie on record is from 1916. J. Grubb Alexander died on January 11, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1932.

J. Grubb Alexander Filmography [Auszug]
1932: [/ /1] Hatchet Man (Scenario), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Edmund Breese, Loretta Young, Evelyn Selbie,
1932: [04.30] So big! (Scenario), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Blanche Friderici, Olin Howland, Harry Holman,
1931: [11.07] The Mad Genius (Scenario), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with John Barrymore, Marian Marsh, Charles Butterworth,
1931: [05.22] Svengali (Scenario), Directed by Archie Mayo, with John Barrymore, Marian Marsh, Donald Crisp,
1930: [08.14] Moby Dick (Scenario), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with John Barrymore, Joan Bennett, Lloyd Hughes,
1930: [/ /1] Isle of Escape (Scenario), Directed by Howard Bretherton, with Jack Ackroyd, Nina Quartero, Adolph Milar,
1930: [01.25] General Crack (Scenario), Directed by Alan Crosland, with John Barrymore, Philippe de Lacy, Lowell Sherman,
1929: [] Evidence (Scenario), Directed by John G. Adolfi, with Lionel Belmore, Ivan F. Simpson, Lowell Sherman,
1928: [10.21] The Michigan Kid (Scenario), Directed by Irving Willat, with Conrad Nagel, Renée Adorée, Lloyd Whitlock,
1928: [] The Man who laughs (Scenario), Directed by Paul Leni, with Mary Philbin, Conrad Veidt, Olga Baclanova,
1926: [07.12] Bigger Than Barnum's (Scenario), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Ralph Lewis, George O'Hara, Viola Dana,
1926: [03.07] Secret Orders (Scenario), Directed by Chester Withey, with Harold Goodwin, Robert Frazer, Evelyn Brent,
1920: [09.06] The County Fair (Scenario), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, Edmund Mortimer, with Helen Jerome Eddy, David Butler, Edythe Chapman,
1920: [02.22] The Screaming Shadow (Scenario), Directed by Ben F. Wilson, Duke Worne, with , Neva Gerber, ,
1919: [10.19] The Trail of the Octopus (Story), Directed by Duke Worne, with , Neva Gerber, William J. Dyer,
1919: [02.08] A Proxy Husband (Scenario), Directed by William Garwood, with Violet Mersereau,
1918: [12.08] The Strange Woman (Scenario), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Gladys Brockwell, Charles Clary, William Scott,
1918: [09.22] Kultur (Scenario), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Gladys Brockwell, Georgia Woodthorpe, William Scott,
1918: [07.27] Maid o' the Storm (Scenario), Directed by Raymond B. West, with Bessie Barriscale, George Fisher, Herschel Mayall,
1918: [05.20] Shackled (The Snapdragon /AT)) (Scenario), Directed by Reginald Barker, with Louise Glaum, Charles West, John Gilbert,
1918: [04.15] Blue Blood (Scenario), Directed by Eliot Howe, with Howard C. Hickman, George Fisher, Mary Mersch,
1917: [12.16] The High Sign (Scenario), Directed by Elmer Clifton, with Herbert Rawlinson, Agnes Vernon, Hayward Mack,
1917: [11.26] Fear Not (The Twisted Soul (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by Allen Holubar, with Agnes Vernon, Miles McCarthy, Murdock MacQuarrie,
1917: [11.18] Fighting Mad (Scenario), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with William Stowell, Helen Gibson, Hector Dion,
1917: [11.05] The Lash of Power (The Lust of Power) (Story), Directed by Harry Solter, with Kenneth Harlan, Carmel Myers, Helen Wright,
1917: [10.01] The Spotted Lily (Bitter Sweet (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by Harry Solter, with Ella Hall, Charles Hill Mailes, Jack Nelson,
1917: [09.04] The Empty Gun (Scenario), Directed by Joseph De Grasse, with Franklyn Farnum, Claire McDowell, Lon Chaney,
1917: [08.27] The Charmer (Little Miss Fix-It (Working title), Little Fairy Fix-It) (Story), Directed by Jack Conway, with Ella Hall, Belle Bennett, Martha Mattox,
1917: [07.02] The Plow Woman (Scenario), Directed by Charles Swickard, with Mary MacLaren, Harry de More, ,
1917: [05.14] The Phantom's Secret (Scenario), Directed by Charles Swickard, with Hayward Mack, Mignon Anderson, Mark Fenton,
1917: [03.19] The Scarlet Crystal (Scenario), Directed by Charles Swickard, with Herbert Rawlinson, Betty Schade, Edith Johnson,
1917: [03.18] The Voice on the Wire (Scenario), Directed by Stuart Paton, with , Neva Gerber, Francis McDonald,
1917: [03.05] The Gates of Doom (Scenario), Directed by Charles Swickard, with Claire McDowell, Lee Shumway, Jack Connolly,
1916: [12.18] Mixed Blood (Scenario), Directed by Charles Swickard, with Claire McDowell, George Beranger, Roy Stewart,
1916: [12.04] The Sign of the Poppy (The Lie (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by Charles Swickard, with Hobart Henley, Gertrude Selby, Mina Cunard,
1916: [04.08] The Still Voice (Scenario), Directed by Ben F. Wilson, with , Irene Hunt, Charles Ogle,

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