James W. Horne

Highest Rated: 100% Way Out West (1937)
Lowest Rated: 75% A Place in the Sun (1951)
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A stage actor and director in the late 1900s, James W. Horne began directing films in the mid teens, initially specializing in serials such as Stingaree, The Midnight Man, and The Third Eye. In the '20s he made numerous actioners and comedies, and helmed the Buster Keaton feature College. Horne began directing Laurel and Hardy short comedies with their 1929 silent classic Big Business; he also guided them in their sound shorts Chickens Come Home, Laughing Gravy, Our Wife, Come Clean, One Good Turn, Beau Hunks, Any Old Port, and Thicker than Water, as well as their features Bonnie Scotland, The Bohemian Girl (co-directed with Charles Rogers), and Way Out West. He returned to serials in the late '30s, and helmed such notable action fare as The Shadow, Holt of the Secret Service, The Iron Claw, The Spider Returns, and Captain Midnight.

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No Score Yet The Little Rascals Director 2011
No Score Yet Terry and the Pirates Director 2000
75% A Place in the Sun Tom Tipton 1951
No Score Yet Captain Midnight Director 1942
No Score Yet Holt of the Secret Service Director 1942
No Score Yet The Spider Returns Director 1941
No Score Yet White Eagle Director 1941
No Score Yet The Green Archer Screenwriter Director 1940
No Score Yet The Shadow Director 1940
No Score Yet Spider's Web Director 1938
No Score Yet All Over Town Director 1937
100% Way Out West Director 1937
No Score Yet The Bohemian Girl Director 1936
No Score Yet Bonnie Scotland (Heroes of the Regiment) Director 1935
No Score Yet Red Noses Director 1932
No Score Yet Beau Hunks Chief of the Riff Raff Director 1931
No Score Yet One Good Turn Director 1931
No Score Yet Our Wife Director 1931
No Score Yet Laurel and Hardy Director 1931
No Score Yet Chickens Come Home Director 1931
No Score Yet Laurel and Hardy Director 1931
No Score Yet Big Business Director 1929
88% College Director 1927
No Score Yet Laughing at Danger Director 1924

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