George Loane Tucker

George Loane Tucker

Portrait George Loane  Tucker, Archiv KinoTVDirector, Author, Actor - USA
Born June 10, 1880 in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died June 20, 1921 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Other names or known as : George Tucker, George L. Tucker,

Mini-Biography:
George Loane Tucker was born under the given name George Sinclair Loane on June 10, 1880 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He was an American Director, Author, Actor, known for Their first misunderstanding (1911), In the Sultan's Garden (1911), Second sight (1911), George Loane Tucker's first movie on record is from 1909. He was married to Elisabeth Risdon. George Loane Tucker died on June 20, 1921 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1921.

Biographical Notes
Nach anderen Quellen am 12. Juni 1872 geboren, Filmlexicon degli Autori gibt 1881 an.

FilmographyFilmography [Auszug]
1921: Ladies Must Live (Director), with Robert Ellis, Mahlon Hamilton, Betty Compson,
1919: The Miracle Man (Director), with Lon Chaney, Betty Compson, Joseph J. Dowling,
1918: Virtuous Wives (Director), with Anita Stewart, Conway Tearle, Hedda Hopper,
1918: Joan of Plattsburg (Director), Directed by William Humphrey, with Mabel Normand, Robert Elliott, William Frederic,
1918: The Beloved Traitor (Scenario: titles), Directed by William Worthington, with Mae Marsh, E.K. Lincoln, Hedda Hopper,
1918: Dodging a Million (Scenario), with Mabel Normand, Tom Moore, J. Herbert Frank,
1917: The Cinderella Man (Scenario), with Mae Marsh, Tom Moore, Alec B. Francis,
1917: The Homeless (Director), with Matt Moore, Jane Gail,
1916: The Manxman (Director), with Fred Groves, Elisabeth Risdon, Henry Ainley,
1916: A Mother's Influence (Director), with Elisabeth Risdon, Bertram Burleigh, Enid Bell,
1916: The Mother of Dartmoor (Director), with Elisabeth Risdon, Bertram Burleigh, Enid Bell,
1916: The Man Without a Soul (I Believe) (Director), with Milton Rosmer, Lewis Gilbert, Charles Rock,
1916: Arsene Lupin (Director), with Gerald Ames, Manora Thew, Kenelm Foss,
1916: Rupert of Hentzau (Director), with Henry Ainley, Jane Gail, Gerald Ames,
1916: The Hypocrites (The Morals of Weybury) (Director), with Elisabeth Risdon, Charles Rock, Cyril Raymond,
1916: The Game of Liberty (Under Suspicion) (Director), with Gerald Ames, Douglas Munro, Laura Cowie,
1916: Mixed Relations (Director), with Frank Stanmore,
1916: An Odd Freak (Director), with Frank Stanmore, Judd Green,
1915: His Lordship (Director), with Frank Stanmore, Judd Green, Mary Brough,
1915: Her Uncle (Director), with Charles Rock, Edward Silwood, Judd Green,
1915: The Christian (Director), with Derwent Hall Caine, Elisabeth Risdon, Gerald Ames,
1915: A Man of His Word (Scenario), with Henry Ainley, Mary Dibley, Gerald Ames,
1915: The Prisoner of Zenda (Director), with Henry Ainley, Jane Gail, Gerald Ames,
1915: The Shulamite (Follies of Desire, Folly of Desire) (Director), with Norman McKinnell, Manora Thew, Gerald Ames,
1915: Sons of Satan (Director), with Gerald Ames, Blanche Bryan, Hayford Hobbs,
1915: The Middleman (Director), with Albert Chevalier, Jane Gail, Gerald Ames,
1915: 1914 (Director), with Jane Gail, Hayford Hobbs, Gerald Ames,
1914: The Revenge of Mr. Thomas Atkins (Director), with Frank Stanmore, Gerald Ames, Judd Green,
1914: The Fringe of War (Director), with Jane Gail, Gerald Ames, Lewis Gilbert,
1914: Called Back (Director), with Henry Ainley, Jane Gail, Charles Rock,
1914: On His Majesty's Service (0-18 or A Message from the Sky) (Director), with Jane Gail, Douglas Munro, Gerald Ames,
1914: England Expects (Story), with Jane Gail, Charles Rock, George Bellamy,
1914: A Bachelor's Love Story (Director), with Henry Ainley, Lillian Logan, Harry Edwards,
1914: The Difficult Way (Director), with Jane Gail, Gerald Ames, Langhorn Burton,
1914: The Dawn of Romance (Director), with Ethel Grandin, Irving Cummings, Howard Crampton,
1914: The Black Spot (Director), with Jane Gail, Arthur Holmes-Gore, Charles Rock,
1914: The Cage (Director), with Lillian Logan, Gerald Ames, Charles Rock,
1914: She Stoops to Conquer (Director), with Henry Ainley, Jane Gail, Gregory Scott,
1914: The Third String (Director), with Jane Gail, Frank Stanmore, George Bellamy,
1913: Traffic in Souls (Director), with Jane Gail, Ethel Grandin, William H. Turner,
1913: Jane's Brother, the Paranoiac (Director), with Jane Gail, William Welsh, William E. Shay,
1913: The Temptation of Jane (Cast: Harry Charlton ), with Jane Gail, William Welsh,
1913: Jane of Moth-Eaten Farm (Director), with Jane Gail, William E. Shay, Howard Crampton,
1913: Big Sister (Director), with Jane Gail, Violet Mersereau, Matt Moore,
1913: Hidden Fires (Director), with Matt Moore, Jane Gail,
1913: Their Parents (Director), with Matt Moore, Jane Gail,
1913: In Peril of the Sea (The Bo'sun's Mate) (Director), with Matt Moore, Jane Gail, William Welsh,
1913: The Yogi (Director), with Matt Moore, Jane Gail, Charles E. Graham,
1913: A Possibility (Director), with Matt Moore, Jane Gail,
1913: The Jealousy of Jane (Director), with Jane Gail, Matt Moore, Lillian Langdon,
1913: The Count Retires (Cast: The Father (unconfirmed) ), with Jane Gail,
1913: Just a Fire Fighter (Director), with Matt Moore, Jane Gail,
1913: The Whole Truth (Director), with Jane Gail, Howard Crampton,
1913: The Bearer of Burdens (Director), with King Baggot, Jane Fearnley,
1912: The Old Folks' Christmas (Scenario), with William R. Dunn, Jane Fearnley, Edith Haldeman,
1912: Officer One Seven Four (Officer 174) (Director), with King Baggot, Jane Fearnley, Joe Moore,
1912: (Cast: James Ross), Directed by Harry Solter, with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: (Cast: George (--??--)), Directed by Harry Solter, with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: Prince Charming (Scenario), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Edna Foster, Marie Newton, Arthur Jacobson,
1912: The Closed Bible (Cast: The Convict's Daughter's Husband (AKA George Tucker)), Directed by David Miles, with Herbert Prior, Mabel Trunnelle,
1912: Does Your Wife Love You (Cast: George (AKA George Tucker) ), Directed by N. N., with Herbert Prior, Mabel Trunnelle,
1912: Old Lady of Twenty (Cast: (AKA George Tucker) ), Directed by N. N., with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior,
1912: Next (Director), with Herbert Prior, Mabel Trunnelle,
1911: The Portrait (Director), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, Margarita Fischer,
1911: Little Red Riding Hood (Director), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Mary Pickford, Mayme Kelso, Robert Broderick,
1911: Over the Hills (Director), Directed by Joseph W. Smiley, with King Baggot, Lucille Young, Anita Hendrie,
1911: Uncle's Visit (Cast: Mr. Sperry - the Husband ), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Ethel Grandin, William Robert Daly,
1911: The Courting of Mary (Director), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, William H. Brown,
1911: The Aggressor (Director), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with William E. Shay, Ethel Grandin,
1911: Dangerous Lines (Director), with Joseph W. Smiley,
1911: The Rose's Story (The Story of the Rose) (Director), Directed by Joseph W. Smiley, with King Baggot, Lucille Young, Robert Z. Leonard,
1911: Dorothy's Family (Cast: Dorothy's Second Suitor), Directed by N. N., with Ethel Grandin, King Baggot,
1911: A Gasoline Engagement (Cast: Rev. John Maxwell ), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Mary Pickford, Owen Moore,
1911: For the Queen's Honor (Cast: Duke Arturo ), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with King Baggot, Owen Moore, Mary Pickford,
1911: In the Sultan's Garden (Cast), Directed by William H. Clifford, Thomas H. Ince, with King Baggot, Mary Pickford, Isabel Rea,
1911: The Piece of String (Cast: The Tourist ), Directed by Joseph W. Smiley, with King Baggot, Lucille Young, Robert Z. Leonard,
1911: (Director), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Mary Pickford, Owen Moore,
1911: (Cast: Dental Patient), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Mary Pickford, King Baggot, Owen Moore,
1911: Second sight (Cast), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, Joseph W. Smiley, with King Baggot, Mary Pickford, Owen Moore,
1911: The Scarlet Letter (Director), Directed by Joseph W. Smiley, with King Baggot, Lucille Young, William Robert Daly,
1911: (Cast: The Tourist), Directed by N. N., with King Baggot, Anita Hendrie, David Miles,
1911: Their first misunderstanding (Le Malentendu, Their First Quarrel) (Scenario), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Mary Pickford, Owen Moore, Carrie Turpin,
1909: The Awakening of Bess (Cast: The Heavy ), Directed by Harry Solter, with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,

Bibliography
Moving Picture World (US) December 31 1921, pg. 1074, "George Loane Tucker Leaves $22,000; Wid Gunning Shares in Picture Profits"
Moving Picture World (US) July 16 1921, pg. 311, "Honor Dead Producer"
Moving Picture World (US) July 2 1921, pg. 31, "Obituary"
Variety (US) June 24 1921, "George Loane Tucker Dies; Producer of 'Miracle Man' Passes Away at 49, After Year's Illness"
New York Times (US) June 22 1921, pg. 15:3, "George Loane Tucker"
Moving Picture World (US) May 28 1921, pg. 409, "Tucker Recovering"
Moving Picture World (US) March 20 1920, pg. 1998, "George Loane Tucker Loses Again in Injunction Suit"
Moving Picture World (US) March 13 1920, pg. 1758, "Mayflower Attorney Denies Tucker Won Point in Court"
Moving Picture World (US) March 6 1920, pg. 1603, "George Loane Tucker Scores Temporary Success in Court"
Moving Picture World (US) February 7 1920, pg. 858, "Tucker-Famous Players Case Is Argued in Court"
Moving Picture World (US) January 17 1920, pg. 384, "George Loane Tucker Asks Court for Injunction on 'Miracle Man'"
L.A. Times (US) January 9 1920, pg. III, 4, "Row Over 'Miracle Man' Tucker Seeks Injunction Against Mayflower and Lasky's"
Moving Picture World (US) December 14 1918, pg. 1200, "Tucker to Make Mayflowers"
Moving Picture World (US) August 17 1918, pg. 993, ill, "Tucker Now Directing Anita Stewart"
Moving Picture World (US) February 9 1918, pg. 832, "Tucker to Be Goldwyn's Supervising Chief"
Moving Picture World (US) December 22 1917, pg. 1791, ill, "Tucker Finishes 'Cinderella Man'"
Moving Picture World (US) December 1 1917, pg. 1306, "Tucker to Direct Mabel Normand"
Moving Picture World (US) January 20 1917, pg. 353, "George Tucker in New York"
Moving Picture World (US) December 23 1916, pg. 1783, "George Tucker Coming to New York"
Moving Picture World (US) December 19 1914, pg. 1700, "George Tucker Succeeding in England"
- Jean Mitry, Filmographie Universelle, Tome IX, pg 157ff

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