Biography

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Tod Browning (12 July 1880 – 6 October 1962) was an American motion picture actor, director and screenwriter.

Browning's career spanned the silent and talkie eras. Best-known as the director of Dracula (1931), the cult classic Freaks (1932), and classic silent film collaborations with Lon Chaney, Browning directed many movies in a wide range of genres.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Tod Browning (12 July 1880 – 6 October 1962) was an American motion picture actor, director and screenwriter.

Browning's career spanned the silent and talkie eras. Best-known as the director of Dracula (1931), the cult classic Freaks (1932), and classic silent film collaborations with Lon Chaney, Browning directed many movies in a wide range of genres.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Tod Browning, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia​

Personal Info

Known For Directing

Gender Male

Known Credits 36

Birthday 1880-07-12

Day of Death 1962-10-06

Place of Birth Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Official Site -

Also Known As

  • Charles Albert Browning, Jr.

Directing TV ShowsMovies

2002 London After MidnightDirector
1939 Miracles For SaleDirector
1936 The Devil-DollDirector
1935 Mark of the VampireDirector
1933 Fast WorkersDirector
1932 FreaksDirector
1931 Iron ManDirector
1931 DraculaDirector
1930 Outside the LawDirector
1929 The Thirteenth ChairDirector
1929 Where East Is EastDirector
1928 West of ZanzibarDirector
1928 The Big CityDirector
1927 London After MidnightDirector
1927 The UnknownDirector
1927 The ShowDirector
1926 The Road to MandalayDirector
1926 The BlackbirdDirector
1925 The MysticDirector
1925 Dollar DownDirector
1925 The Unholy ThreeDirector
1923 White TigerDirector
1923 The Day of FaithDirector
1923 DriftingDirector
1920 Outside the LawDirector
1920 The Virgin of StamboulDirector
1919 The Wicked DarlingDirector
1919 The Exquisite ThiefDirector
1918 The Deciding KissDirector
1917 Hands Up!Director
1917 A Love SublimeDirector
1916 Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the AgesSecond Assistant Director

Writing

1946 Inside JobStory
1936 The Devil-DollScreenstory
1931 DraculaWriter
1930 Outside the LawWriter
1929 Where East Is EastStory
1928 The Big CityStory
1927 London After MidnightStory
1927 The UnknownStory
1926 The Road to MandalayStory
1926 The BlackbirdStory
1925 The MysticStory
1923 White TigerScreenplay
1920 Outside the LawWriter
1917 A Love SublimeWriter
1916 Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the AgesScreenplay
1916 The Mystery of the Leaping FishWriter
1916 Sunshine dadScreenplay

Production

1936 The Devil-DollProducer
1935 Mark of the VampireProducer
1933 Fast WorkersProducer
1932 FreaksProducer
1931 Iron ManProducer
1931 DraculaProducer
1929 The Thirteenth ChairProducer
1928 West of ZanzibarProducer
1927 The ShowProducer
1925 The Unholy ThreeProducer

Acting

1931 Dracula as Harbormaster (voice)
1916 Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages as Crook (uncredited)
1914 Bill Joins the W.W.W.'s as James Hadley, the boss

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