Eugene O'Neill

Author - USA
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of Eugene O'Neill is not on record. He is an American Author, known for Anna Christie (1930), Anna Christie (1930), Long day's journey into Night (1962), Eugene O'Neill's first movie on record is from 1930. His last motion picture on file dates from 1970.

Eugene O'Neill Filmography [Auszug]
1970: [11.18] Trauer muss Elektra tragen (Story: play), Directed by Peter Beauvais, with Joachim Ansorge, Goran Ebel, Andrea Jonasson,
1962: [] Long day's journey into Night (Scenario), Directed by Sidney Lumet, with Jeanne Barr, Katharine Hepburn, Ralph Richardson,
1935: [] Ah, wilderness! (Story), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Lionel Barrymore, Wallace Beery, Aline MacMahon,
1932: [12.30] Strange Interlude (Story: play), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Clark Gable, Alexander Kirkland, Ralph Morgan,
1930: [/ /1] Anna Christie (Story: play), Directed by Jacques Feyder, with Charles Bickford, Marie Dressler, Greta Garbo,
1930: [/ /1] Anna Christie (Story: play), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Charles Bickford, Greta Garbo, George F. Marion,

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