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James Vincent

Highest Rated: 70% The Emperor Waltz (1948)

Lowest Rated: 9% Man of the House (2005)

Birthday: Invalid date

Birthplace: Not Available

A graduate of the Curry School of Oratory and Dramatic Art, James Vincent had spent 15 years in the legitimate theater prior to entering films in the early 1910s. A specialist in old-fashioned melodrama, Vincent directed Charles Ray in In the Tennessee Hills (1914), Theda Bara in Gold and the Woman, and Stuart Holmes in Sin of Man (1916) but is perhaps best remembered for helming the still-extant A Woman in Grey (1919). Featuring Arline Pretty and filmed on location at Wilkes-Barre, PA, this 15-chapter serial remains a perfect example of the kind of fare usually associated with the likes of Pearl White and Ruth Roland and is still vastly entertaining today. Vincent retired from the screen in 1922.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
9% Man of the House James $19.2M 2005
70% The Emperor Waltz Abbe 1948
No Score Yet Stolen Moments Director 1920
No Score Yet A Woman in Grey Director 1920

TV

Credit
No Score Yet All of Us
2003-2007
Turtle 2007
2005
2004
2003

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