Wilbert Melville was born on November 6, 1892. He was an American Director, Author, Actor, known for The Dead Soul (1915), The Vengeance of the Oppressed (1916), Saved From the Harem (1915), Wilbert Melville's first movie on record is from 1910. Wilbert Melville died on November 15, 1965 in Cape May, New Jersey, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1916.
Biographical Notes in German: IMDb erwähnt Melville auch als Produzent des Films "The Inner Chamber" von Edward José, 1921 - hier ist es wohl eine Verwechslung mit dem gleichlautenden Titel Melvilles aus dem Jahre 1915. Letzte Notizen zu Melville im Zusammenhang mit einem wohl nicht realisierten Film mit Cleo Madison 1917. (lhg 2019)
The call of the movies then came to Mr. King- from the lips of a noted producer, Wilbert Melville, manager of the Lubin Western studios, who, during a trip to Gotham, was at- tracted by the young man's stage work and offered him a...
... . THE Lubin West Coast studio is pleasantly situated at 4550 Pasadena avenue, not a long ride from the business center of Los Angeles. Fronting on the highway is the residence of Captain Wilbert Melville, the managing director of the studio ..
This has been brought about for the first time by the Solax Company through the influence of its managing director, Mr. Wilbert Melville, and the courtesy and co-operation of Colonel Joseph Gerrard commanding the 15th Calvary ..
Miss Peyton comes of the well known theatrical family of that name, and is a new accession at the Lubin studio. Captain Wilbert Melville, manager of the Lubin studio, has just returned from Los Angeles, where he made large purchases of "properties" and looked over the field for new people for his company ...
WILBERT MELVILLE Managing Director of Solax Company One of the most familiar figures around the Solax Grounds IS that of the Managing Director, Mr. Wilbert Melville ...
MELVILLE JOINS LUBIN. Wilbert Melville, for some time past managing director of the Solax studios, has resigned his position with that con- cern to accept a position as director in the studio of the Lubin Manufacturing Company ...
... . Colby are in the cast. "A Sister to Cain" is a three-act drama written by Julian Louis Lamothe and pro- duced by Captain Wilbert Melville at the Lubin California studio. Helen Wolcott, Evelyn Page, Jay Moreley, Allan Forest and George Routh are prominent in the cast ...
Wilbert Melville, of the-Solax Company, has been in Chicago during the past week in the interest of the Doctor Cook film, "The Truth About the Pole," now being placed upon the market by the North Pole Picture Company, located in the Mossier Building. Chicago ...
Capt Wilbert Melville and Melvin Mayo directed the production of this play. Helen Wolcott is one of the newer mem- bers of the Lubin company. She was born in Denver and played for a time in the Garden stock company in that city ...
MELVILLE MAY ESTABLISH STUDIO IN EXPOSITION GROUNDS Special to Motion Picture News Los Angeles, May 3. CAPT. WILBERT MELVILLE, head of the Western Lubin Company, is now on his way to New York City, where he will embark in the yacht he purchased last September, and return to Los Angeles by the Panama Canal ...
MELVILLE GOES TO SAN DIEGO TO ARRANGE FOR FEATURES CAPTAIN WILBERT MELVILLE, of the western Lubin com- pany, has been spending several days in San Diego, where he is arranging for the staging of ...
Wilbert Melville Filmography [Auszug]
1916: [08.22] The Usurer's Due (Story), Directed by Paul Powell, with Lee Shumway, , ,
1916: [08.01] The Price of Dishonor (Director), with , , Lee Shumway,
1916: [05.18] Jackstraws (Producer: Supervisor), Directed by Melvin Mayo, with , , ,
1916: [01.06] The Vengeance of the Oppressed (Scenario), Directed by Edward Sloman, with Francelia Billington, , Adda Gleason,
1915: [12.27] Saved From the Harem (Director), with , , Violet MacMillan,
1915: [12.15] The Inner Chamber (Director), with Ruth Hiatt, , Adda Gleason,
1915: [12.13] The Moment Before Death (Director), with , Adda Gleason, Lee Shumway,
1915: [11.12] A Night in Old Spain (Director), with Helen Jerome Eddy, , Adda Gleason,
1915: [11.01] The Sacred Bracelet (Director), with Lee Shumway, Adda Gleason, ,
1915: [10.29] The Wonder Cloth (Director), with Lee Shumway, Adda Gleason, ,
1915: [07.24] The Dead Soul (Director), with , Lee Shumway, ,
1915: [02.25] Beneath the Sea (Director), with , , ,
1914: [10.09] The Green-Eyed Monster (Story), Directed by Paul Powell, with , Lee Shumway, George Stanley,
1914: [06.04] A Girl of the Cafés (Story), Directed by Leon De La Mothe, with , , Webster Campbell,
1914: [03.19] The Secret Marriage (Director), with Webster Campbell, Dolly Larkin, Joseph Carle,
1913: [07.21] Actor's Strategy (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Henry King, Dolly Larkin, ,
1913: [07.19] Jim's Reward (Scenario), Directed by Bertram Bracken, with Henry King, Dolly Larkin, ,
1913: [06.30] Her Atonement (Director), with , Dolly Larkin, Henry King,
1913: [06.09] The Legend of Lovers Leap (Director), with Henry King, Dolly Larkin, ,
1913: [06.02] A Woman's Heart (Director), with Henry King, Dolly Larkin,
1913: [05.28] Love and War in Mexico (Director), with Henry King, , ,
1913: [05.22] A Perilous Ride (Director), with Henry King, Dolly Larkin, ,
1913: [05.16] The Breed of the West (Director), with , Dolly Larkin, ,
1913: [05.13] The Padre's Strategy (Director), with Henry King, Dolly Larkin, ,
1913: [04.26] The Birthmark (Director), with Henry King, , ,
1913: [04.21] Back to Primitive (Director), with , , ,
1913: [04.11] The Split Nugget (Director), with Henry King, , ,
1913: [04.03] A False Friend (Director), with , Henry King, Dorothy Davenport,
1913: [02.01] Private Smith (Scenario), with Edwin Carewe, , ,
1912: [01.11] The Blacksmith (Director), with , Frances Gibson, ,
1910: [09.24] Renunciation (Director), with ,