Walter Forde

Walter Forde (21 April 1896 - 7 January 1984) was a British actor, Screenwriter and Director. Born in Bradford, Yorkshire in 1896 he directed over fifty films between 1920 and 1949.

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British Films Of The 1920s - 1929
... Parr, Eric Bransby Williams Comedy Lost Patrol Walter Summers Cyril McLaglen, Sam Wilkinson, Terence Collier War The Manxman Alfred Hitchcock Carl Brisson ... Marmont, Harold Huth Drama The Silent House Walter Forde Mabel Poulton, Gibb McLaughlin Mystery Smashing Through W.P ... Allan, Nigel Barrie Drama Wait and See Walter Forde Walter Forde, Frank Stanmore Comedy When Knights Were Bold Tim Whelan Nelson Keys, Miriam Seegar Adventure The ...
British Films Of 1942 - 1942
... Up Redd Davis Ethel Revnell, Gracie West Musical Comedy Banana Ridge Walter C ... II The Foreman Went to France Charles Frend Clifford Evans, Tommy Trinder War Flying Fortress Walter Forde Richard Greene, Carla Lehmann War Front Line Kids Maclean Rogers Leslie Fuller ... Emeric Pressburger Godfrey Tearle, Eric Portman World War II The Peterville Diamond Walter Forde Anne Crawford, Donald Stewart Comedy Rose of Tralee Germain Burger John ...
British Films Of 1930 - 1930
... Hiscott Austin Trevor, Norah Baring Thriller Bed and Breakfast Walter Forde Jane Baxter, Richard Cooper, Alf Goddard Comedy Bedrock Carlyle Blackwell Carlyle Blackwell, Jane Baxter, Sunday ... Kissing Cup's Race Castleton Knight Stewart Rome, Madeleine Carroll Drama The Last Hour Walter Forde Stewart Rome, Richard Cooper Comedy Leave It to Me George King Robin ... Chief Bernard Mainwaring Frances Day, Walter Armitage Comedy Short On Approval Tom Walls Tom Walls, Yvonne Arnaud Comedy Red Pearls Walter Forde Lillian Rich, Frank Perfitt Crime The Road to Fortune Arthur Varney Guy ...
Master Of Bankdam
... is a 1947 British historical film directed by Walter Forde from the novel, The Crowthers of Bankdam, by Thomas Armstrong ... It was produced by Walter Forde and Edward Dryhurst, and directed by Walter Forde. ...

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