J. Farrell MacDonald

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Actor, Director - USA
Born June 6, 1875 in Waterbury, CT, USA
Died August 2, 1952 in Hollywood, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
J. Farrell MacDonald was born under the given name Joseph Farrell MacDonald on June 6, 1875 in Waterbury, CT, USA. He was an American Actor, Director, known for Sunrise (1927), A Fight for Love (1919), Action (1921), J. Farrell MacDonald's first movie on record is from 1910. He was married to Edith Bostwick. J. Farrell MacDonald died on August 2, 1952 in Hollywood, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1949.

J. Farrell MacDonald Filmography [Auszug]
1949: [10.21] The Dalton Gang (Outlaw Gang) (Cast: Judge Price), Directed by Ford Beebe, with Donald 'Red' Barry, Robert Lowery, James Millican,
1942: [/ /1] Captains of the clouds (Cast: Dr. Neville), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Brenda Marshall, Morton Lowry,
1941: [] The great lie (Cast: Sadie), Directed by Edmund Goulding, with Bette Davis, George Brent, Mary Astor,
1940: [/ /1] Prairie Law (Cast: Sheriff Jim Austin), Directed by David Howard, with Paul Everton, Henry Hall, Dick Hogan,
1939: [] Susannah of the Mounties (Cast: Pat O'Hannegan), Directed by William A. Seiter, Walter Lang, with Margaret Lockwood, Maurice Moscovich,
1938: [/ /1] The crowd roars (Cast: Father Ryan), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Jane Wyman, Nat Pendleton, Maureen O'Sullivan,
1938: [01.28] White Banners (Cast: Dr. Thompson), Directed by Edmund Goulding, with Claude Rains, Fay Bainter, Jackie Cooper,
1937: [] Slave Ship (Cast: Proprietor), Directed by Tay Garnett, with Warner Baxter, Wallace Beery, Elizabeth Allan,
1936: [] Riffraff (Cast), Directed by J. Walter Ruben, with , Paul Hurst, Arthur Housman,
1936: [05.17] Show Boat (Cast: Windy), Directed by James Whale, with , Queenie Smith, ,
1933: [10.06] The Power and the Glory (Power and Glory) (Cast: Mulligan), Directed by William K. Howard, with Spencer Tracy, Colleen Moore, Ralph Morgan,
1933: [02.04] The Iron Master (Cast: J.C. Stillman ), Directed by Chester M. Franklin, with Reginald Denny, Lila Lee,
1932: [09.01] Hearts of Humanity (Cast: Tom O'Hara), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Jean Hersholt, Jackie Searl,
1932: [07.23] Madame Racketeer (Cast: John Adams), Directed by Alexander Hall, Harry Wagstaff Gribble, with Alison Skipworth, Richard Bennett, George Raft,
1932: [] Me and my Gal (Cast), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Joan Bennett, Marion Burns,
1932: [] The Thirteenth Guest (Cast: Police Capt. Ryan), Directed by Albert Ray, with Ginger Rogers, Lyle Talbot,
1931: [09.05] The Squaw Man (Cast: Big Bill (as J. Farrell McDonald) ), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Warner Baxter, Lupe Velez, Eleanor Boardman,
1931: [08.23] The Brat (Cast: Timson, the Butler), Directed by John Ford, with Sally O'Neil, Alan Dinehart, Frank Albertson,
1931: [08.08] Sporting Blood (Horseflesh) (Cast: MacGuire (AKA J. Farrell McDonald) ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Clark Gable, Madge Evans, Ernest Torrence,
1931: [] The Painted Desert (Cast), Directed by Howard Higgin, with William Boyd, Clark Gable, Helen Twelvetrees,
1931: [] The Maltese Falcon (Dangerouse Female) (Cast: Polhouse), Directed by Roy del Ruth, with Agostino Borgato, Dwight Frye, Walter Long,
1930: [/ /1] Trith about youth (Cast), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Yola d'Avril, Ray Hallor, Myrna Loy,
1930: [] The easiest way (Cast: Ben Murdock), Directed by Jack Conway, with Andy Shuford, Eizabeth Ann Keever,
1929: [////1] Strong Boy (Cast: Angus McGregor), Directed by John Ford, with Victor McLaglen, Leatrice Joy,
1929: [] In Old Arizona (Cast: Tad), Directed by Irving Cummings, Raoul Walsh, with Warner Baxter, Joe Brown, Dorothy Burgess,
1928: [11.25] Riley the Cop (Cast: James Aloysius Riley (AKA Farrell Macdonald)), Directed by John Ford, with Nancy Drexel, David Rollins,
1927: [09.23] Sunrise (A Song of Two Humans) (Cast: Photograph), Directed by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, with Jane Winton, George O'Brien, Barry Norton,
1927: [07/23] Paid to love (Cast: Peter Roberts), Directed by Howard Hawks, with George O'Brien, Virginia Valli,
1927: [05/28] The cradle snatchers (Cast: George Martin ), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Louise Fazenda, Ethel Wales,
1926: [08.28] 3 Bad Men (Three bad men) (Cast: Mike Costigan), Directed by John Ford, with George O'Brien, Olive Borden,
1926: [05.02] The Shamrock Handicap (Cast: Cornelius O'Shea), Directed by John Ford, John Ford, with Janet Gaynor, Leslie Fenton,
1925: [08.23] Kentucky pride (Cast: Mike Donovan), Directed by John Ford, with Henry B. Walthall, Gertrude Astor,
1925: [07.21] Lightnin' (Cast: Judge Townsend), Directed by John Ford, with Jay Hunt, Edythe Chapman, Madge Bellamy,
1925: [] The Scarlet Honeymoon (Cast), Directed by Alan Hale, with Shirley Mason, Pierre Gendron, Allan Sears,
1925: [] The Lucky Horseshoe (Cast: Mack), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Ann Pennington, Tom Mix, Billie Dove,
1924: [10.19] Gerald Cranston's Lady (Cast: Rennie), Directed by Emmett J. Flynn, with James Kirkwood, Alma Rubens, Walter McGrail,
1924: [08.28] The Iron Horse (Cast: Cpl. Casey), Directed by John Ford, with George O'Brien, Madge Bellamy, Charles Edward Bull,
1924: [07.20] The Signal Tower (Cast: Pete ), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Virginia Valli, Wallace Beery, Rockliffe Fellowes,
1923: [12.16] Fashionable Fakers (Cast: Pat O'Donnell (aka Abdul Ishmid)), Directed by William Worthington, with , Mildred June, George Cowl,
1923: [09.00] The Age of Desire (Cast: Dan Reagan), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Josef Swickard, William Collier jr., Frederick Truesdell,
1922: [11.12] The young Rajah (Cast: Tehjunder Roy), Directed by Philip Rosen, with Rudolph Valentino, Wanda Hawley, Pat Moore,
1921: [09.12] Action (Let's go) (Cast: Mormon Peters), Directed by John Ford, with Hoot Gibson, Francis Ford,
1921: [] Riding with Death (Cast: Sheriff Pat Garrity), Directed by Jacques Jaccard, with Buck Jones, Betty Francisco, Jack Mower,
1919: [08.10] This Hero Stuff (Cast: Softnose Smith ), Directed by Henry King, with William Russell, Winifred Westover, J. Barney Sherry,
1919: [06.19] A Sporting Chance (Cast: Luther Ripley aka Kennedy), Directed by Henry King, with William Russell, Fritzi Brunette, George Periolat,
1919: [05.04] Charge It to Me (Cast: Officer Hennessey), Directed by Roy William Neill, with Margarita Fischer, Emory Johnson, Augustus Phillips,
1919: [03.24] A Fight for Love (Hell's Neck) (Cast: The Priest (as J. Farrel McDonald)), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, Joe Harris, Neva Gerber,
1918: [05.25] $5,000 Reward (Cast: Norcross), Directed by Douglas Gerrard, with Franklyn Farnum, William Lloyd, Gloria Hope,
1916: [04.05] Paths That Crossed (Director), with Charles Hill Mailes, , Claire McDowell,
1916: [02.23] The Guilt of Stephen Eldridge (Director), with Charles Hill Mailes, G. Raymond Nye, Ivan Christy,
1915: [08.10] The Law of Love (Director), with Madge Kirby, Joseph Ruben, Charles Hill Mailes,
1915: [08.02] Rags (Cast: Paul Ferguson (AKA Joseph Farrell MacDonald) ), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Mary Pickford, Marshall Neilan, Joseph Manning,
1915: [05.25] Captain Fracasse (Cast: (--??--)), Directed by N. N., with Alan Hale, Vola Vale, Kate Bruce,
1915: [03.20] The Heart of Maryland (Cast: Colonel Thorpe), Directed by Herbert Brenon, with Mrs. Leslie Carter, William E. Shay,
1914: [12.07] The Last Egyptian (Director), with Vivian Reed, Jefferson Osborne,
1914: [09.28] The Patchwork Girl of Oz (Director), with Ben Deeley, Fred Woodward, ,
1914: [09.28] The Magic Cloak of Oz (Director), with Mildred Harris, Violet MacMillan, Fred Woodward,
1914: [04.30] Samson (Director), with J. Warren Kerrigan, George Periolat, Lule Warrenton,
1914: [03.11] The Mexican's Last Raid (Cast: Bill), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Frank Lloyd, Cleo Madison,
1914: [03.07] Children of Destiny (Director), with Sylvia Ashton, ,
1914: [01.29] From Father to Son (Cast), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Robert Z. Leonard, Joseph Singleton, ,
1914: [01.03] The Gambler's Oath (Dave Harding's Last Game (Working title)) (Cast: The Mexican), Directed by David M. Hartford, with David M. Hartford, Cleo Madison, Vester Pegg,
1913: [11.00] A Florentine Tragedy (Director), with Constance Crawley, Arthur Maude, Joe Harris,
1913: [10.04] Jephtah's Daughter (Director), with Constance Crawley, Arthur Maude, Edith Bostwick,
1913: [09.02] Pelleas and Melisande (Director), with Constance Crawley, Arthur Maude,
1913: [07.00] The Midianitish Woman (Director), with Constance Crawley, Arthur Maude,
1913: [] From Italy's Shore (Director), with Harold Lloyd,
1913: [04.21] Back to Primitive (Cast: (AKA J.F. McDonald)), Directed by Wilbert Melville, with Joseph Holland, , Carl von Schiller,
1913: [03.28] The Calling of Louis Mona (Cast), Directed by Edwin August, with , Edwin August,
1911: [] The Scarlet Letter (Cast), Directed by Joseph W. Smiley, George Loane Tucker, with King Baggot, Lucille Young, William Robert Daly,
1911: [05.18] The Lighthouse keeper (Cast: Old Nat Berry, The Lighthouse Keeper ), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with William E. Shay, Mary Pickford,
1911: [03.27] Sweet Memories (Cast: Secondary Role (/xx/) ), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Mary Pickford, King Baggot, Owen Moore,
1911: [01.23] The Dream (Cast: (/xx/) ), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, Charles Arling,
1911: [01.09] Their first misunderstanding (Le Malentendu, Their First Quarrel) (Cast: Poet), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, George Loane Tucker, with Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, Thomas H. Ince,
1910: [03.17] (Cast: Office Worker (/xx/) ), Directed by Harry Solter, with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, Owen Moore,

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