J.P. McCarthy

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John P. McCarthy entered films circa 1916 as an actor and assistant director. McCarthy spent the 1920s as writer/director of romantic dramas and "outdoors" pictures. On at least one occasion 1930's God's Country and the Man--he functioned as producer. During the 1930s, McCarthy helmed such westerns as Headin' North (1930) and such fast-paced melodramas as Conspiracy (1939). Absent from films for a brief period in the early 1940s, John P. McCarthy returned to directing in 1942, specializing in westerns until his retirement in 1945.



No Score Yet The Cisco Kid Returns (The Daring Adventurer) Director 1945
No Score Yet Marked Trails Screenwriter Director 1944
No Score Yet Raiders of the Border Director 1944
No Score Yet Song of the Gringo Screenwriter 1936
No Score Yet The Lion Man Director 1936
No Score Yet Law of the 45's Director 1935
No Score Yet Return of Casey Jones Screenwriter Director 1934
No Score Yet The Fighting Champ Director 1933
No Score Yet The Western Code Director 1932
No Score Yet Beyond the Rockies Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet The Forty-Niners Director 1932
No Score Yet Nevada Buckaroo Director 1931
No Score Yet Sunrise Trail Director 1931
No Score Yet Oklahoma Cyclone Director 1930
No Score Yet Cavalier of the West Screenwriter Director 1930
No Score Yet Flirting With Fate Detective 1916


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