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James Hogan



Assistant director and set designer James P. Hogan was promoted to director in 1920 on the recommendation of his former employers Douglas Fairbanks Sr. and Allan Dwan. Consigned mainly to programmers in the silent era, Hogan temporarily left directing in 1931 to concentrate on screenwriting. He returned to the director's chair at Paramount's "B" unit in 1936, where he handled several of the studio's Bulldog Drummond quickies. After 1940, James P. Hogan directed four of Columbia's Ellery Queen mysteries, and also utilized Queen stars William Gargan and Margaret Lindsay for the enjoyable detective comedy No Place for a Lady (1941). James Hogan's best films, the speculative The Strange Death of Adolph Hitler (1943) and the Universal horror opus The Mad Ghoul (1943), were released after his death.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
47% Elvira, Mistress of the Dark
  • Las Vegas Dancer
1988
No Score Yet Zoot Suit
  • Shore Patrol
1981
No Score Yet The Mad Ghoul
  • Director
1943
No Score Yet Texas Rangers Ride Again
  • Director
1940
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond's Bride
  • Director
1939
No Score Yet Arrest Bulldog Drummond
  • Director
1939
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police
  • Director
1939
No Score Yet The Texans
  • Director
1938
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond's Peril
  • Director
1938
No Score Yet Ebb Tide
  • Director
1937
No Score Yet The Last Train from Madrid
  • Director
1937
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond Escapes
  • Director
1937
No Score Yet Arizona Mahoney
  • Director
1936
No Score Yet Arizona Raiders
  • Director
1936
No Score Yet Desert Gold
  • Director
1936
No Score Yet Life Returns
  • Director
1935
No Score Yet The Final Extra
  • Director
1927

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