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John S. Robertson

  • Highest Rated: 92% Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)
  • Lowest Rated: 92% Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)
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  • John S. Robertson began his two-decade Hollywood career at Vitagraph in 1915. Robertson did some acting and scriptwriting before concentrating on directing. His silent-film directorial credits include the 1920 John Barrymore version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Mary Pickford's Annie Laurie (1927), and Garbo's The Single Standard (1928). He was also instrumental in building up the careers of several promising newcomers, notably actress May McAvoy (Sentimental Tommy, The Enchanted Cottage). During the talkie era, he spent most of his time at RKO Radio, helming such films as Little Orphan Annie (1932) and Grand Old Girl (1935). John Stuart Robertson's final film was the 1935 Shirley Temple vehicle Our Little Girl (1935).

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No Score Yet Our Little Girl Director 1935
No Score Yet Captain Hurricane Director 1935
No Score Yet Grand Old Girl Director 1935
No Score Yet His Greatest Gamble Director 1934
No Score Yet The Crime Doctor Director 1934
No Score Yet One Man's Journey Director 1933
No Score Yet Little Orphan Annie Director 1932
No Score Yet The Phantom of Paris Director 1931
No Score Yet The Single Standard Director 1929
No Score Yet Annie Laurie Director 1927
No Score Yet Soul-Fire Director 1925
No Score Yet Shore Leave Director 1925
No Score Yet Bright Shawl Director 1923
No Score Yet Tess of the Storm Country Director 1922
92% Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Director 1920

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