Robert J. Flaherty

Director - USA
Born February 16, 1884 in Iron Mountain, Mich.
Died July 23, 1951

Robert J. Flaherty was born on February 16, 1884 in Iron Mountain, Mich.. He was an American Director, known for Tabu (1931), Nanook of the North (1922), The Pottery-maker (1925), Robert J. Flaherty's first movie on record is from 1922. Robert J. Flaherty died on July 23, 1951. His last motion picture on file dates from 1948.

Robert J. Flaherty Filmography [Auszug]
1948: [////1] The Louisiana Story (Director), with Joseph Boudreaux, Lionel Leblanc, Frank Hardy,
1942: [/ /1] The Land (Director),
1937: [/ /1] The Elephant Boy (Director), Directed by Zoltan Korda, with Walter Hudd, Allan Jeayes, Sabu,
1934: [/ /1] Man of Aran (Director), with Big Patcheen Conneely of the West, Tommy O'Rourke, Pat Mullin,
1933: [/ /1] Industrial Britain (Director),
1931: [] Tabu (Tabu, a Story of the South Seas) (Director), Directed by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, with Hitu, Jules, Kong Ah,
1928: [/ /1] Acoma, The Sky city (Director),
1928: [] White Shadows in the South Seas (Director), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, with Robert Anderson, Bobby Andrews, Monte Blue,
1927: [/ /1] The Twenty-Four Dollar Island (Director),
1926: [////1] Moana (Director), with , , ,
1925: [/ /1] The Pottery-maker (Director),
1922: [] Nanook of the North (Director), with , , ,

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