Tom Gibson - Rotten Tomatoes

Tom Gibson



Working almost exclusively in the field of low-budget Westerns, Boston-born Tom Gibson (born Thomas Victor Gibson) directed and/or wrote silent oaters featuring the likes of Pete Morrison, Buddy Roosevelt, and Tom Mix's daughter Ruth. A former vaudevillian, Gibson worked as a Los Angeles newspaperman prior to entering films as a comedy writer for Nestor, Joker, Victor, and other Universal companies in the mid-1910s. He returned to scenario writing after the changeover to sound, once again working in the field of B-Westerns.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
90% Pat and Mike
  • Shooting Gallery Proprietor
1952
No Score Yet My Foolish Heart
  • Spectator
1949
No Score Yet The Singing Buckaroo
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
1937

Quotes from Tom Gibson's Characters

No quotes approved yet.