Wilfred North - Rotten Tomatoes

Wilfred North

Highest Rated:   Not Available
Lowest Rated:   Not Available
Birthday:   Not Available
Birthplace:   Not Available
An important director of the early silent screen, British-born Wilfred North helmed Vitagraph's controversial 1915 war-preparedness film The Battle Cry for Peace (1915), a powerful call for the United States to join the Allied fight against imperialistic Germany. North's directorial career waned in the latter part of the decade, but he did helm the potentially interesting, although now lost, His Brother's Keeper (1920 -- released 1921), a melodrama dealing with "mind control." His directorial career came to an end in 1922, and North turned to acting instead, often cast as pompous characters such as judges or politicians. He became an extra after the changeover to sound.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Frisco Kid
  • Mrs. Crawford
1935
No Score Yet The Man Who Reclaimed His Head
  • Bit
1934
No Score Yet The Man with Two Faces
  • Matron
1934
No Score Yet Penguin Pool Murder
  • Judge
1932
No Score Yet Unashamed
  • Judge Ambrose
1932

Quotes from Wilfred North's Characters

No quotes approved yet.