Albert W. Hale

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Born (1882-01-01) January 1, 1882 (age 139)
Bordeaux, France
DiedFebruary 27, 1947(1947-02-27) (aged 65)
NationalityFrench
CitizenshipFrance
OccupationDirector
Spouse(s)Julia F. Johnson

Albert W. Hale (January 1, 1882 - February 27, 1947)[1][2] was an early film director and producer in the U.S.[3] He directed some 35 films from 1912 until 1915. He worked for Majestic Studio[4][5] and National Film Corporation.[4]

Hale was born in Bordeaux, France on January 1, 1882.[6]

He married Julia F. Johnson.[1]

Filmography

  • The Birth of the Lotus Blossom (1912)
  • For the Mikado (1912)[7]
  • Miss Taqu of Tokio, also called Miss Tagu of Tokio[8] for the British release, (1912) with Tokuko Takagi, a Thanhouser film[9]
  • Letters of a Lifetime (1912)
  • The Light of St. Bernard (1912)[10]
  • Three Girls and a Man (1912)
  • Roland's Escapades[11]
  • Days of Terror (1912)
  • Three Girls and a Man (1912)
  • She Cried (film) (1912)
  • The Irony of Fate (film) (1912)
  • A Fortune in a Teacup
  • A Persistent Lover (1912)
  • Her Old Sweetheart (1912)
  • Roland's Lucky Day
  • Buried Alive in a Coal Mine (1913)
  • An Accidental Clue (1913)
  • The Iceman's Revenge (1913)
  • A Tide in the Affairs of Men (1913)
  • The Mystery of Tusa (1913) starring J. Warren Kerrigan[12][13]
  • Tom Blake's Redemption (1913)
  • At the Half-Breed's Mercy (1913)
  • Quicksands (1913 Kerrigan film) (1913), starring J. Warren Kerrigan[14]
  • Calamity Anne Takes a Trip (1913)
  • A Husband's Mistake (1913)
  • Reward of Courage (1913)
  • Buried Alive in a Coal Mine (1913)
  • The No Account Count (1914), Kalem
  • Tough Luck Smith (1914)
  • Fatty and the Shyster Lawyer (1914)
  • The Widow's Might (1914 film) (1914)
  • A Wise Rube (1914)
  • Tough Luck Smith (1914)
  • Percy Pimpernickel, Soubrette (1914), a Kalem film[15][16]
  • For the Love of Mike (1914 film) (1914)
  • Jones' Wedding Day (1914)
  • Easy Money (1914 film) (1914) from.l a story by Frank Howard Clark
  • The Winking Zulu (1914)
  • Was She a Vampire? (1915)

Producer

  • The Prisoner of Zenda (1913 film)[17]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Vazzana, Eugene Michael (May 3, 2001). Silent Film Necrology. McFarland. ISBN 9780786410590 – via Google Books.
  2. Inc, Nielsen Business Media (March 15, 1947). "Billboard". Nielsen Business Media, Inc. – via Google Books.
  3. https://books.google.com/books?id=BUlJAQAAMAAJ&pg=RA1-PA25&dq=albert+hale+film&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj-uLzO0MztAhXFwFkKHaP6CjEQ6AEwCXoECAcQAg#v=onepage&q=albert%20hale%20film&f=false
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Motography". May 3, 1916 – via Google Books.
  5. "The Moving Picture World". Chalmers Publishing Company. May 3, 1914 – via Google Books.
  6. "HALE, Albert, W." www.thanhouser.org.
  7. "FOR THE MIKADO". www.thanhouser.org.
  8. Exley, Charles (2017). "Popular Musical Star Tokuko Takagi and Vaudeville Modernism in the Taishõ Asakusa Opera". Japanese Language and Literature. 51 (1): 63–90. JSTOR 44508506.
  9. "Motion Picture News". Motion Picture News Incorporated. May 3, 1912 – via Google Books.
  10. "Albert W. Hale". BFI.
  11. "The Moving Picture World". World Photographic Publishing Company. May 3, 1916 – via Google Books.
  12. "Exhibitors' Times". W.A. Johnston. May 3, 1913 – via Google Books.
  13. "To-day's Cinema News and Property Gazette". Amer. Company, Limited. May 3, 1913 – via Google Books.
  14. The Moving Picture World, July 5, 1913
  15. Gifford, Denis (April 5, 1971). "Science fiction film". Studio Vista – via Google Books.
  16. Torres, Sandy (May 3, 2004). Les temps recomposés du film de science-fiction. Presses Université Laval. ISBN 9782747564557 – via Google Books.
  17. http://www.tcm.turner.com/tcmdb/title/551928/The-Prisoner-of-Zenda/

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