Oscar Apfel

Portrait Oscar ApfelDirector, Actor - USA
Born January 17, 1878 in Cleveland, OH, US
Died March 21, 1938 in Hollywood, California, USA
Other names or known as : Oscar C. Apfel,

Mini-Biography:
Oscar Apfel was born on January 17, 1878 in Cleveland, OH, US. He was an American Director, Actor, known for Tugboat Annie (1933), You said a mouthful (1932), The Texan (1930), Oscar Apfel's first movie on record is from 1911. Oscar Apfel died on March 21, 1938 in Hollywood, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1935.

Oscar Apfel Filmography [Auszug]
1935: [08.03] Man on the Flying Trapeze (Cast: President Malloy ), Directed by Clyde Bruckman, W.C. Fields, with W.C. Fields, Mary Brian, Kathleen Howard,
1935: [] O'Shaughnessy's Boy (Cast), Directed by Richard Boleslawski, with Wallace Beery, Jackie Cooper, George 'Spanky' McFarland,
1934: [] Crimson Romance (Cast), Directed by David Howard, with Jason Robards, Vince Barnett, William von Brincken,
1934: [06.06] Are We Civilized? (Cast: Dr. Leonard Gear ), Directed by Edwin Carewe, with William Farnum, Anita Louise, Frank McGlynn,
1933: [11.01] Only Yesterday (Cast: Mr. Lane), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Margaret Sullavan, John Boles, Edna May Oliver,
1933: [10.07] The Bowery (Cast), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Wallace Beery, Herman Bing,
1933: [/ /1] Tugboat Annie (Cast: Reynolds), Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with Marie Dressler, Wallace Beery, Robert Young,
1932: [12.23] Rasputin and the Empress (Rasputin the Mad Monk) (Cast: (/xx/) ), Directed by Richard Boleslawski, Charles Brabin, with Lionel Barrymore, Ethel Barrymore, Ralph Morgan,
1932: [10.13] False Faces (Cast: Fineberg ), Directed by Lowell Sherman, with Lowell Sherman, Peggy Shannon, Lila Lee,
1932: [07.23] Madame Racketeer (Cast: J. Harrington Hagney (/xx/) ), Directed by Alexander Hall, Harry Wagstaff Gribble, with Alison Skipworth, Richard Bennett, George Raft,
1932: [07.09] The Washington Masquerade (Cast: Hank Larrimore (/xx/) ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Lionel Barrymore, Karen Morley, Diane Sinclair,
1932: [/ /1] You said a mouthful (Cast: Armstrong), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with Walter Walker, ,
1932: [] Make Me a Star (Cast: Direktor Henshaw), Directed by William Beaudine, with , Arthur Hoyt, Helen Jerome Eddy,
1932: [] The Man who played God (Cast: Lip Reader), Directed by John G. Adolfi, with George Arliss, Violet Heming, Bette Davis,
1932: [05.20] State's Attorney (Cardigan's Last Case) (Cast: Mr. Ulrich), Directed by George Archainbaud, with John Barrymore, Helen Twelvetrees, Jill Esmond,
1932: [05.15] The Woman in Room 13 (Cast), Directed by Henry King, with Elissa Landi, Ralph Bellamy, Neil Hamilton,
1932: [03/06] Business and Pleasure (Cast: P.D. Weatheright ), Directed by David Butler, with Will Rogers, Jetta Goudal, Joel McCrea,
1931: [10.30] The yellow Ticket (The yellow Passport) (Cast: British Embassy Butler (/xx/)), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Elissa Landi, Lionel Barrymore, Laurence Olivier,
1931: [10.04] Wicked (Cast), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Blanche Friderici, Una Merkel, Victor McLaglen,
1931: [08.07] Huckleberry Finn (Cast: The King), Directed by Norman Taurog, with Jackie Coogan, Junior Durkin, Mitzi Green,
1931: [] The Maltese Falcon (Dangerouse Female) (Cast: District Attorney), Directed by Roy del Ruth, with Agostino Borgato, Dwight Frye, Walter Long,
1931: [05.03] Quick Millions (Cast: Police Detective Capp (/xx/)), Directed by Rowland Brown, with Spencer Tracy, Marguerite Churchill, Sally Eilers,
1931: [04.11] The finger points (Cast: Ellis Wheeler), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Richard Barthelmess, Fay Wray, Regis Toomey,
1930: [11.01] Virtuous Sin (Cast Iron) (Cast: Maj. Ivanoff ), Directed by George Cukor, Louis J. Gasnier, with Walter Huston, Kay Francis, Kenneth Mackenna,
1930: [] The Spoilers (Cast: A. Struve), Directed by Edwin Carewe, with Gary Cooper, Kay Johnson, Betty Compson,
1930: [] Abraham Lincoln (Cast: Secretary of War Stanton), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Walter Huston, Kay Hammond, Una Merkel,
1930: [05.10] The Texan (Cast: Thacker), Directed by John Cromwell, with Gary Cooper, Fay Wray, Emma Dunn,
1929: [12.14] Half-way to Heaven (Cast: Manager), Directed by George Abbott, with Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, , Al Hill,
1929: [05.11] Hurdy Gurdy (Cast: Mr. Schnitzmeyer), Directed by Hal Roach, with Max Davidson, Edgar Kennedy, Thelma Todd,
1926: [Fe.01] The Midnight Limited (Director), with Gaston Glass, Wanda Hawley, Ashton Dearholt,
1926: [03/17] Somebody's Mother (Director), with Mary Carr, Sidney Franklin,
1924: [01.24] The Heart Bandit (Director), with Viola Dana, Milton Sills, Gertrude Claire,
1923: [11.20] In Search of a Thrill (Director), with Viola Dana, Warner Baxter, Mabel Van Buren,
1923: [10.00] The Social Code (To Whom It May Concern) (Director), with Viola Dana, Malcolm McGregor, Edna Flugrath,
1922: [] Bulldog Drummond (Director), with Carlyle Blackwell, Evelyn Greeley, Dorothy Fane,
1919: [11.24] The Steel King (Director), with Montagu Love, June Elvidge, Charles Mackay,
1919: [11.03] Me and Captain Kidd (Director), with Evelyn Greeley, Raymond McKee, William T. Carleton,
1919: [10.06] The Oakdale Affair (Director), with Evelyn Greeley, Eric Mayne, Maude Turner Gordon,
1919: [07.28] Bringing Up Betty (Director), with Evelyn Greeley, Lyster Chambers, Reginald Denny,
1919: [06.02] Phil-for-Short (Director), with Evelyn Greeley, , James A. Furey,
1919: [02.03] The Rough Neck (The Roughneck) (Director), with Montagu Love, Robert Broderick, George De Carlton,
1919: [01.19] Auction of Souls (Director), with Irving Cummings, Anna Q. Nilsson, ,
1919: [01.19] Ravished Armenia (Director), with Aurora Mardiganian, Irving Cummings, Anna Q. Nilsson,
1918: [11.25] The Grouch (Pirates' Gold (Working title)) (Director), with Montagu Love, Dorothy Green, Al Hart,
1918: [09.23] To Him That Hath (Director), with Montagu Love, , George De Carlton,
1918: [08.19] Merely Players (Director), with Kitty Gordon, Irving Cummings, George MacQuarrie,
1918: [07.08] Tinsel (Director), with Kitty Gordon, Muriel Ostriche, Frank Mayo,
1918: [06.03] The Interloper (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel)), with Kitty Gordon, Irving Cummings, Warren Cook,
1918: [02.15] The Turn of a Card (Director), with J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson, Eugene Pallette,
1918: [01.00] A Man's Man (Director), with J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson, Kenneth Harlan,
1917: [01.00] A Man's Man (Director), with J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson, Kenneth Harlan,
1917: [04.00] The Price of Her Soul (Director), with Gladys Brockwell, Jack Standing, Monroe Salisbury,
1917: [03.26] The Hidden Children (Director), with Harold Lockwood, May Allison, Lillian West,
1916: [09.25] The Fires of Conscience (Director), with William Farnum, Gladys Brockwell, Nell Shipman,
1916: [08.06] The End of the Trail (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel) ), with William Farnum, Gladys Brockwell, Willard Louis,
1916: [07.03] The Man from Bitter Roots (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel)), with William Farnum, Slim Whitaker, Henry A. Barrows,
1916: [05.21] The Battle of Hearts (Director), with William Farnum, Hedda Hopper, Wheeler Oakman,
1916: [04.23] A Man of Sorrow (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel)), with William Farnum, Henry Arthur Jones, Dorothy Bernard,
1916: [02.20] Fighting Blood (His Fighting Blood) (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel) ), with William Farnum, Dorothy Bernard, Fred Huntley,
1915: [12.19] A Soldier's Oath (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel) ), with William Farnum, Dorothy Bernard, Kittens Reichert,
1915: [11.15] The Broken Law (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel) ), with William Farnum, Dorothy Bernard, Mary Martin,
1915: [10.10] The Little Gypsy (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel)), with Dorothy Bernard, Thurlow Bergen, ,
1915: [09.16] Peer Gynt (Director), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Cyril Maude, Myrtle Stedman, Fanny Stockbridge,
1915: [07.22] Kilmeny (Director), with Lenore Ulric, William Desmond, Doris Baker,
1915: [07.15] The Rug Maker's Daughter (Director), with Maud Allan, Forrest Stanley, Jane Darwell,
1915: [06.24] The Wild Olive (Director), with Myrtle Stedman, Forrest Stanley, Mary Ruby,
1915: [04.12] Snobs (Director), with Victor Moore, Anita King, Ernest Joy,
1915: [01.28] After Five (Director), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Edward Abeles, Sessue Hayakawa, Betty Schade,
1914: [12.24] Cameo Kirby (Director: (/xx/)), with Dustin Farnum, Fred Montague, James Neill,
1914: [12.07] The Ghost Breaker (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel)), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with H.B. Warner, Rita Stanwood, Theodore Roberts,
1914: [11.19] The Circus Man (Director), with Theodore Roberts, Mabel Van Buren, Florence Dagmar,
1914: [11.15] The Rose of the Rancho (Assistant Director), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Bessie Barriscale, Jane Darwell, Dick La Reno,
1914: [11.05] Ready Money (Director), with Edward Abeles, Monroe Salisbury, Jode Mullally,
1914: [10.20] Martin Chuzzlewit (Director), Directed by Travers Vale, with Alan Hale, Jack Drumier, Isabel Rea,
1914: [09.17] The Making of Bobby Burnit (Bobby Burnit) (Director), with Edward Abeles, Bessie Barriscale, Howard C. Hickman,
1914: [08.22] The Last Volunteer (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel) ), with Irving Cummings, Paul Panzer, Eleanor Woodruff,
1914: [08.10] The Call of the North (Director), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Robert Edeson, Theodore Roberts, ,
1914: [07.13] The Man on the Box (Director), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Max Figman, C.F. Le None, Fred Montague,
1914: [06.27] Seven Days (Cast), Directed by N. N., with John T. Dillon, Louise Orth, Charles Hill Mailes,
1914: [06.15] The Only Son (Director), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with Jim Blackwell, A. MacMillan, Thomas W. Ross,
1914: [05.11] The Master Mind (Director), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Edmund Breese, Fred Montague, Jane Darwell,
1914: [04.15] Brewster's Millions (Director: as Oscar C. Apfel ), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with George Barr McCutcheon, Edward Abeles, Winchell Smith,
1914: [03.28] A Leech of Industry (Cast), with Irving Cummings, Pearl Sindelar,
1914: [02.15] The Squaw Man (Scenario), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Dustin Farnum, Monroe Salisbury, ,
1914: [02.07] In the Mesh of Her Hair (Director), with Irving Cummings, Eleanor Woodruff, Paul Panzer,
1913: [08.23] Success (Director), with Irving Cummings, Irene Hunt, Vivian Prescott,
1913: [08.09] The Fight for Right (Cast), with Rosemary Theby, Irving Cummings, Ralph Lewis,
1913: [07.26] The Higher Justice (Director), with Earl Talbot, Irene Hunt, Irving Cummings,
1913: [07.16] Her Rosary (Director), with Rosemary Theby, Irving Cummings, Irene Howley,
1913: [07.12] Ashes (Director), with Irving Cummings, Rosemary Theby, Edgena De Lespine,
1913: [06.28] The Tangled Web (Director), with Irving Cummings, Rosemary Theby, Virginia Westbrook,
1913: [06.14] Half a Chance (Director), with George Siegmann, Stanley Walpole, Irene Howley,
1913: [05.31] The Master Cracksman (Director), with Irving Cummings, Irene Howley, Ralph Lewis,
1913: [04.30] The Bawlerout (Director), with Edgena De Lespine, Irving Cummings, Sue Balfour,
1913: [04.16] Held for Ransom (Director), with Irving Cummings, Ralph Lewis, Irene Howley,
1913: [04.12] For Love of Columbine (Director), with Irving Cummings, Irene Howley, George Siegmann,
1913: [04.02] The Judge's Vindication (Director), with Irving Cummings, Mae Botti, Edward P. Sullivan,
1913: [03.05] The Man from Outside (Director), with Irving Cummings, Edith Lyle, Ralph Lewis,
1913: [03.01] The Lure of the City (Director), with Edna Cunningham,
1913: [02.19] The Bells (Director), with Edward P. Sullivan, Irving Cummings, Gertrude Robinson,
1913: [02.12] Bud Tilton, Mail Thief (Director), with Carlton Griffin, Gertrude Robinson, Edward P. Sullivan,
1913: [02.05] The Strike Leader (Director), with Irving Cummings, Gertrude Robinson,
1913: [01.23] The Open Road (Director), with Irving Cummings, Gertrude Robinson, Ralph Lewis,
1913: [01.01] Duty and the Man (Director), with James Ashley, Gertrude Robinson, Charles Elliott,
1912: [12.18] The Fires of Conscience (Director), with Irving Cummings, Gertrude Robinson, Edgena De Lespine,
1912: [11.17] Hazel Kirke (Director), with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior, Edward P. Sullivan,
1912: [06.21] The Passer-By (Director), with George Lessey, Miriam Nesbitt, Marc McDermott,
1912: [06.10] Martin Chuzzlewit (Director), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with George Lessey, Bessie Learn, Guy Hedlund,
1912: [05.18] A Romance of the Ice Fields (Director), with George Lessey, Miriam Nesbitt, Guy Hedlund,
1912: [05.04] The Bank President's Son (Director), with George Lessey, Miriam Nesbitt, Harold M. Shaw,
1912: [05.04] The Guilty Party (Director), with Guy Hedlund, George Lessey, Miriam Nesbitt,
1912: [04.19] The Boss of Lumber Camp Number Four (Director), with George Lessey, Miriam Nesbitt, Harold M. Shaw,
1912: [03.29] How Washington Crossed the Delaware (Director), with Charles Ogle, Mary Fuller, Harold M. Shaw,
1912: [03.08] The Heir Apparent (Director), with George Lessey, Miriam Nesbitt, Marc McDermott,
1912: [03.01] Tony's Oath of Vengeance (Director), with George Lessey, Mary Fuller, Harold M. Shaw,
1912: [02.09] Corsican Brothers (Director), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with George Lessey, Miriam Nesbitt, Bigelow Cooper,
1912: [01.09] Thirty Days at Hard Labor (Director), with Robert Brower, Mary Fuller, Harold M. Shaw,
1911: [12.04] The Awakening of John Bond (Director: as Oscar C. Apfel ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Bigelow Cooper, Miriam Nesbitt, Mary Fuller,
1911: [12.02] A Man for All That (Director), with Jack Chagnon, Miriam Nesbitt, Jeanie Macpherson,
1911: [11.24] Home (Home, a Thanksgiving Story) (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel)), with Charles Ogle, Miriam Nesbitt, Harold M. Shaw,
1911: [11.10] The Black Arrow (Director: as Oscar C. Apfel ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Charles Ogle, Nathalie Jerome, Harold M. Shaw,
1911: [10.06] Foul Play (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel) ), with Robert Brower, Harold M. Shaw, Marc McDermott,
1911: [08.08] The Battle of Bunker Hill (Director: as Oscar C. Apfel ), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with , Mabel Trunnelle, Guy Coombs,
1911: [07.21] The Capture of Fort Ticonderoga (Director: as Oscar C. Apfel ), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with James Gordon, Guy Coombs, Rolinda Bainbridge,
1911: [07.14] The Minute Man (Director: (AKA Oscar C. Apfel)), with Charles Ogle, Miriam Nesbitt, William West,
1911: [05.05] Aida (Director), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Mary Fuller, Marc McDermott, Nancy Avril,
1911: [03.17] Wedding Bell (Director: as Oscar C. Apfel) ), with Herbert Prior, Mabel Trunnelle,

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