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John Francis Dillon

Lowest Rated:   40% We Are Your Friends (2015)
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American actor/director John Francis Dillon billed himself as Jack Dillon when he started his movie acting career at Keystone in 1913. One year later, Dillon was directing himself in one- and two-reel comedies at several different studios. While at Mutual Studios, Dillon was frequently co-starred with future film luminary Priscilla Dean, usually playing a handsome but ineffectual hero. While he continued acting off and on throughout the 1920s, Dillon--now most often billed by his full name--was better established as a director. Titles like The Self-Made Wife (1923), Flaming Youth (1923), The Perfect Flapper (1924) and We Moderns (1925) assured Dillon's directorial efforts a healthy financial turnover during the Jazz Age. After a brief spate of big-budget musicals in 1929 and 1930, John Francis Dillon 's sound career consisted mainly of programmers and quickies, though he was the guiding hand of Clara Bow's best talkie, the labyrinthine romantic melodrama Call Her Savage (1932).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
45% Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
  • D.J.
$4M 2015
40% We Are Your Friends
  • DJ Devin Andrews
2015
57% EDC 2013: Under the Electric Sky
  • Actor
2014
No Score Yet Frisco Kid
  • Policeman
1935
No Score Yet The Big Shakedown
  • Director
1934
No Score Yet The Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood
  • Director
1932
No Score Yet Call Her Savage
  • Director
1932
No Score Yet Millie
  • Director
1931
No Score Yet Sally
  • Director
1929
No Score Yet The Noose
  • Director
1928
No Score Yet Suds
  • Director
1920
No Score Yet Silk-Lined Burglar
  • Director
1919
No Score Yet Love's Prisoner
  • Director
1919
No Score Yet Dough and Dynamite
  • Customer
1914
No Score Yet The New Janitor
  • Villainous Manager
1914

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet What Would Diplo Do?
2017
  • Randy
  • 2017
No Score Yet Ridiculousness
2011
  • Guest
  • 2016

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