Wallace Fox

Highest Rated: 40% Bowery at Midnight (1942)
Lowest Rated: 40% Bowery at Midnight (1942)
Birthday: Mar 9, 1895
Birthplace: Not Available
While he occasionally toiled at such major studios as Universal and RKO, director Wallace Fox is best known (though not always fondly remembered) for his prolific "poverty row" output. A former minstrel-show performer, Fox became a movie property man in 1919. After apprenticing as assistant to director Edwin Carewe, Fox was entrusted with the directorial reins of the 1927 silent feature The Bandit's Son. In the talkie era, Fox was hired more for his willingness to adhere to schedules and budgets than for his artistic aspirations (if, indeed, he had any). Wallace Fox's most often-seen films include his Bela Lugosi and East Side Kids vehicles for parsimonious Monogram producer Sam Katzman.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Ramar and the Jungle Voodoo Director 1951
No Score Yet Leadville Gunslinger Producer 1950
No Score Yet The Daring Caballero (Guns of Fury) Director 1949
No Score Yet The Gay Amigo Director 1949
No Score Yet Lawless Breed Director Producer 1946
No Score Yet Pillow of Death Director 1945
No Score Yet Brenda Starr, Reporter Director 1945
No Score Yet The Great Mike Director 1944
No Score Yet Million Dollar Kid Director 1944
No Score Yet East Side Kids - Million Dollar Kid Director 1944
No Score Yet The Girl from Monterey Director 1943
No Score Yet Kid Dynamite Director 1943
No Score Yet 'Neath Brooklyn Bridge Director 1942
40% Bowery at Midnight Director 1942
No Score Yet Smart Alecks Director 1942
No Score Yet Let's Get Tough Director 1942
No Score Yet The Corpse Vanishes Director 1942
No Score Yet East Side Kids - 'Neath Brooklyn Bridge Director 1942
No Score Yet East Side Kids - Let's Get Tough Director 1942
No Score Yet Bowery Blitzkrieg Director 1941
No Score Yet Powdersmoke Range Director 1935

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