Walter Summers

Walter Summers

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  • Birthday: Sep 2, 1896
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  • The son of actors, Briton Walter Summers entered films as an assistant director in 1917. The following year, he joined the writing staff of producer Cecil Hepworth. A full director by 1923, he kept busy in this capacity and, occasionally, as a producer until 1940. Much praised for his realistic approach, Summers nonetheless never felt himself above such chop-licking melodramas as The Return of Bulldog Drummond (1934), At the Villa Rose (1941), and Dead Eyes of London (1939). Walter Summers was the father of director Jeremy Summers.

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No Score Yet The Unwanted Screenwriter Director 2011
No Score Yet The Dark Eyes of London (Dead Eyes of London) (The Human Monster) (Dr. Orloff) Director Screenwriter 1940
No Score Yet Mutiny on the Elsinore Screenwriter 1937
No Score Yet The Return Of Bulldog Drummond Director 1934
No Score Yet Mons Director Screenwriter 1926

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