Joseph A. Golden

Portrait Joseph A. GoldenDirector, Author, Producer - USA
Born July 19, 1897 in Savannah, Georgia, USA
Died July 8, 1942 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Joseph A. Golden was born on July 19, 1897 in Savannah, Georgia, USA. He was an American Director, Author, Producer, known for The Great Gamble (1919), The New Magdalene (1910), Home Sweet Home (1911), Joseph A. Golden's first movie on record is from 1910. Joseph A. Golden died on July 8, 1942 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1920.
Biographical Notes in German: According to wikipedia, Joseph A. Golden was born in 1897, which seems very unlikely since he was already directing in 1907. (lhg 2018)

Joseph A. Golden Filmography [Auszug]
1920: [01.17] The Whirlwind (Director), with Barbara Allen,
1919: [] The Great Gamble (Director), with Charles Hutchison, Anna Luther, Richard R. Neil,
1918: [10.13] Wolves of Kultur (Director), with Leah Baird, Charles Hutchison, Sheldon Lewis,
1917: [04.00] The Law of Compensation (Director), Directed by Julius Steger, with Norma Talmadge, Fred Esmelton, Chester Barnett,
1916: [12.05] The Libertine (Director), Directed by Julius Steger, with John Mason, Alma Hanlon, Marie Alexander,
1916: [06.12] The Prima Donna's Husband (Director), Directed by Julius Steger, with Holbrook Blinn, Kathryn Browne-Decker, Clara Whipple,
1916: [01.10] Behind Closed Doors (Love's Crossed Trail, Love's Crossroads, The Guilty Woman (recut version)) (Director), with Marie Empress, Marian Swayne, Wright Huntington,
1915: [11.29] Not Guilty (Justice) (Director: (AKA Joseph Golden)), with Cyril Scott, Catherine Proctor, Ada Boshell,
1915: [] The Senator (Director), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Charles J. Ross, Joseph Burke, Ben Graham,
1915: [06.14] Fine Feathers (Director), with Janet Beecher, David Powell, Lyster Chambers,
1915: [03.16] Lady Audley's Secret (Director),
1915: [01.17] Oliver Twist Sadly Twisted (Director), with N. N.,
1914: [11.30] Hearts and Flowers (Director), with Mrs. Thomas Whiffen, Beulah Poynter,
1913: [11.01] The Count of Monte Cristo (Director), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, with James O'Neill, Nance O'Neil, Murdock MacQuarrie,
1912: [12.01] Locked Out (Director), with Pearl White, Chester Barnett,
1912: [11.24] The Quarrel (Director), with Pearl White, Chester Barnett,
1912: [11.10] The Gypsy Flirt (Director), with Pearl White, Chester Barnett,
1912: [11.03] Oh, Such a Night! (Director), with Pearl White, Chester Barnett,
1912: [10.06] The Girl in the next room (Director), with Pearl White, Chester Barnett,
1912: [10.06] The Man from the North Pole (Director), with Pearl White, Chester Barnett,
1912: [10.00] Resurrection (Director), with Blanche Walsh, Sydney Mason, Carey Lee,
1912: [08.22] The Hand of Destiny (Director), with Pearl White, George Gebhardt,
1912: [08.07] The Arrowmaker's Daughter (Director), with Pearl White, Paul Panzer,
1912: [] The Mad Lover (Director), with Pearl White, Chester Barnett,
1912: [05.29] For honor of the name (Director), with Pearl White,
1911: [11.07] Western Hearts (Director), with Thomas J. Carrigan, Tom Mix, Otis Thayer,
1911: [10.24] Why the Sheriff Is a Bachelor (Director), Directed by Tom Mix, with Tom Mix, Myrtle Stedman, Thomas J. Carrigan,
1911: [10.10] Told in Colorado (Director), with , Thomas J. Carrigan, Myrtle Stedman,
1911: [09.07] A Tennessee Love Story (Director), with Winifred Greenwood, Thomas J. Carrigan, Otis Thayer,
1911: [08.29] A New York Cowboy (Director), with Thomas J. Carrigan, Myrtle Stedman, Otis Thayer,
1911: [08.24] The Gray Wolves (Director: (AKA J.A. Golden) ), with , Gertrude Bondhill, True Boardman,
1911: [08.17] A Fair Exchange (Director), with Winifred Greenwood, Thomas J. Carrigan, Otis Thayer,
1911: [07.18] The Warrant (Director), with Otis Thayer, Virginia True Boardman, Gertrude Bondhill,
1911: [07.10] Two Lives (Director), with , True Boardman, Gertrude Bondhill,
1911: [06.29] The New Editor (Director), with Otis Thayer, , True Boardman,
1911: [06.08] The Visiting Nurse (Director), with Winifred Greenwood, Thomas J. Carrigan, ,
1911: [03.04] Home Sweet Home (Director), with Pearl White, Dolly Larkin, Carle Mann,
1910: [11.19] The New Magdalene (Director), with Pearl White, Paul Panzer, William V. Ranous,
1910: [10.26] (Director: (--??--) (AKA James A. Golden ?)), Directed by Theodore Wharton, with Edward Josť, Octavia Handworth, Pearl White,
1910: [07.29] Tommy Gets His Sister Married (Director: (--??--)), Directed by Theodore Wharton, with Crane Wilbur, Pearl White,
1910: [05.16] (Director), Directed by Louis J. Gasnier, with Octavia Handworth, Charles Penn, Hal Reid,

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