Richard Wallace (director)


Richard Wallace (director)

Richard Wallace (August 26, 1894 - November 3, 1951) was an American-born film director.

He joined Mack Sennett studios in the early 1930, working in the editing department then later moving on to rival Hal Roach Studios where he began directing 2-reel films, sometimes collaborating with Stan Laurel. In 1926, Wallace began directing feature-length films. Some of Wallace's memorable films include three Shirley Temple films, "A Night to Remember" with Loretta Young in 1943, and Katharine Hepburn's "The Little Minister" released in 1934. [amg name|id=2:115834|name=Richard Wallace.]

Filmography

* "Starvation Blues" (1925)
* "Beware of Your Relatives" (1925)
* "Jiminy Crickets" (1925)
* "One Wild Night" (1925)
* "Ice Cold" 1925)
* "Raggedy Rose" (1926)
* "Syncopating Sue" (1926)
* "The Merry Widower" (1926)
* "Along Came Auntie" (1926)
* "Never Too Old" (1926)
* "Madame Mystery" (1926)
* "So This Is Paris?" (1926)
* "Dizzy Daddies" (1926)
* "Tight Cargo" (1926)
* "What's the World Coming To?" (1926)
* "The Honeymoon Hotel" (1926)
* "A Texas Steer" (1927)
* "The American Beauty" (1927)
* "The Poor Nut" (1927)
* "McFadden's Flats" (1927)
* "The Shopworn Angel" (1928)
* "The Butter and Egg Man" (1928)
* "Lady Be Good" (1928)
* "Heart Trouble" (1928)
* "River of Romance" (1929)
* "Innocents of Paris" (1929)
* "The Right to Love" (1930)
* "Anybody's War" (1930)
* "Seven Days' Leave" (1930)
* "The Road to Reno" (1931)
* "Kick In" (1931)
* "Man of the World" (1931)
* "Thunder Below" (1932)
* "Tomorrow and Tomorrow" (1932)
* "The Masquerader" (1933)
* "The Little Minister" (1934)
* "Eight Girls in a Boat" (1934)
* "Wedding Present" (1936)
* "Blossoms on Broadway" (1937)
* "John Meade's Woman" (1937)
* "The Under-Pup" (1939)
* "The Young in Heart" (1938)
* "Captain Caution" (1940)
* "She Knew All the Answers" (1941)
* "A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob" (1941)
* "The Wife Takes a Flyer" (1942)
* "Obliging Young Lady" (1942)
* "My Kingdom for a Cook" (1943)
* "The Fallen Sparrow" (1943)
* "Bombardier" (1943)
* "A Night to Remember" (1943)
* "Bride by Mistake" (1944)
* "Kiss and Tell" (1945)
* "It's in the Bag!" (1945)
* "Because of Him" (1946)
* "Tycoon" (1947)
* "Framed" (1947)
* "Sinbad the Sailor" (1947)
* "Let's Live a Little" (1948)
* "A Kiss for Corliss" (1949)
* "Adventure in Baltimore" (1949)

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