David Burton

Highest Rated: 62% Starsky & Hutch (2004)
Lowest Rated: 7% Teen Wolf Too (1987)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Born in Russia, director David Burton lived in New York from an early age. An established stage actor, he made his film bow in 1915. He returned to the theatre, where for nearly a decade he flourished as a director. He was brought back to Hollywood from Broadway by MGM in 1929. While directing such early talkies as The Bishop Murder Case (1930), he found time to play himself in Buster Keaton's backstage farce Free and Easy (1930). He moved to Paramount to direct Gary Cooper's Fighting Caravans in 1931, then free-lanced. David Burton later settled down as a staff director with 20th Century Fox's "B" unit, where he remained until his career ended in 1941.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet InGREEDients Director Screenwriter 2009
53% Flicka Rider No. 6 $21M 2006
62% Starsky & Hutch Rooftop Bad Guy $87.2M 2004
31% Gladiator Bettor 1992
62% Joe Versus the Volcano Mike 1990
7% Teen Wolf Too Peter 1987
No Score Yet In God We Tru$t (In God We Trust) (Gimme That Prime Time Religion) Actor 1980
No Score Yet The Melody Lingers On Director 1935
No Score Yet Lady by Choice Director 1934
No Score Yet Sisters Under the Skin Director 1934
No Score Yet Let's Fall in Love Director 1933
No Score Yet Brief Moment Director 1933
No Score Yet Fighting Caravans Director 1931
No Score Yet Free and Easy (Easy Go) Director 1930
No Score Yet The Bishop Murder Case Director 1930


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