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Raoul Walsh

Director, Actor

RegenerationRegeneration (w/ Young Romance) (1915)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. Anna Q. Nilsson, Carl Harbaugh, Rockliffe Fellowes
The debut feature of director Raoul Walsh is an early gangster film following the trajectory of a poor orphan who grows up to assume a powerful…
Thief of BagdadThief of Bagdad (1924)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. Douglas Fairbanks, Anna May Wong, Brandon Hurst
Douglas Fairbanks Snr. stars in this original version of the Arabian Nights fable about a young Indian native who out–smarts an evil magician.
Big Trail, TheBig Trail, The (1930)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. John Wayne, Marguerite Churchill, El Brendel
The film that elevated a young John Wayne from bit–part actor to leading man is this grand saga of a wagon trail, shot in an early form of 70mm.
Klondike AnnieKlondike Annie (1936)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. Mae West, Victor McLaglen
Star–centric comedy based on the play by Mae West with the steamy starlet taking the lead role as a club entertainer dabbling in romantic…
O.H.M.SO.H.M.S (You're in the Army Now) (1937)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. John Mills, Wallace Ford, Anna Lee
Broad comedy with Ford as an American gangster who evades capture by joining the British army posing as a comedian.
Roaring Twenties, TheRoaring Twenties, The (1939)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, Priscilla Lane
Seminal gangster drama, paired screen–tough Cagney with a then lesser–known Bogart. Becoming buddies during WWI, they later enter and…
They Drive by NightThey Drive by Night (1940)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. Humphrey Bogart, George Raft, Ida Lupino
Freelance truckies Humphrey Bogart and George Raft do night–runs to deliver their cargo on time, making the first–half an…
They Died With Their Boots OnThey Died With Their Boots On (1941)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland
Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland lead a great cast for the life and times of General Custer. Part romantic comedy, part tragedy, done in grandest…
High SierraHigh Sierra (1941)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. Humphrey Bogart, Ida Lupino
Crucial role that steered Humphrey Bogart towards more sympathetic anti–heroes, here playing a prison escapee/gangster facing the end with Ida…
Strawberry BlondeStrawberry Blonde (1941)
Dir. Raoul Walsh
Feat. James Cagney, Olivia de Havilland, Rita Hayworth
Winning 40's rom–com based on the play "One Sunday Afternoon" by James Hagan. Set in 1890's New York City, with James Cagney playing a…

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