Joseph Mitchell

Highest Rated: 100% Seven Chances (1925)
Lowest Rated: 88% Young@Heart (2007)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
A veteran vaudeville performer and the author of several musical comedies, Pennsylvania-born Joseph Mitchell's screen career was mainly spent as a gag writer/intertitle writer for Buster Keaton. Mitchell wrote or contributed to most of Keaton's successes in the 1920s, including The Three Ages (1923), Sherlock, Jr. (1924), and The Navigator (1924). Several of Mitchell's original stories were later turned into screenplays by others, including The Regular Fellow (1925), starring Raymond Griffith, and Ragtime (1927). Jean Havez, Clyde Bruckman, and Mitchell's screenplay for Buster Keaton's Seven Chances (1925) was used for 1999's The Bachelor.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
88% Young@Heart Actor $3.8M 2007
No Score Yet Massacre at Fort Holman Maj. Ballard 1974
100% Seven Chances Screenwriter 1925
94% Sherlock Jr. Screenwriter 1924
100% The Navigator Screenwriter 1924
100% The Three Ages Screenwriter 1923
96% Our Hospitality Screenwriter 1923

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Independent Lens
1999
Appearing
  • 2010

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