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Tod Browning (born Charles Albert Browning, Jr.; July 12, 1880 – October 6, 1962) was an American motion picture actor, director and screenwriter. Browning's career spanned the silent and talkie eras. Best known as the director of Dracula (1931), the cult classic Freaks (1932), and classic silent film collaborations with Lon Chaney, Browning directed many movies in a wide range of genres.
Birth date: , July 12 , 1880 , Louisville , Kentucky United States Death date: , October 6 , 1962 , Malibu , California United States Birth place: , Louisville , Kentucky USA Profession: , Director , Actor Writer Spouse: , Alice Browning (m. 1911–1944) Amy Louise Stevens (m. 1906–1910) Parents: , Charles Albert Lydia Browning Awards: DGA Honorary Life Member Award imdb.com/name/nm0115218 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tod_Browning More about Tod Browning: Facts Filmography Awards Salaries Quotes Trademarks Pictures
# Fact 1 Mentioned in David Bowie's song "Diamond Dogs", which was re-recorded by Beck and Timbaland for Moulin Rouge! (2001). 2 Former circus contortionist. 3 Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. "World Film Directors, Volume One, 1890-1945". Pages 66-71. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1987. 4 He grew up in Louisville. His father (Charles) was the brother of "Old" Pete Browning, who was a 3 time batting champ who stole 103 bases in 1887. Pete's commissioning of a bat provided the start of the Hillerich & Bradsby bat company, famous for their Louisville Slugger model. The eccentric Pete drank heavily, apparently due to a chronic mastoid infection, and his catchphrase was "I can't hit the ball, unless I hit the bottle.". 5 First wife, Amy Louise Stevens, was William Collier Jr.'s aunt.
Title Year Status Character Miracles for Sale 1939 The Devil-Doll 1936 uncredited Mark of the Vampire 1935 Fast Workers 1933 uncredited Freaks 1932 Iron Man 1931 Dracula 1931/I Outside the Law 1930 The Thirteenth Chair 1929 Where East Is East 1929 West of Zanzibar 1928 The Big City 1928 London After Midnight 1927 The Unknown 1927 The Show 1927 The Road to Mandalay 1926 The Blackbird 1926 Dollar Down 1925 The Mystic 1925 The Unholy Three 1925 Silk Stocking Sal 1924 The Dangerous Flirt 1924 White Tiger 1923 The Day of Faith 1923 Drifting 1923 Under Two Flags 1922 Man Under Cover 1922 The Wise Kid 1922 No Woman Knows 1921 Outside the Law 1920 The Virgin of Stamboul 1920 Bonnie Bonnie Lassie 1919 The Petal on the Current 1919 The Unpainted Woman 1919 The Exquisite Thief 1919 The Wicked Darling 1919 Set Free 1918 The Brazen Beauty 1918 The Deciding Kiss 1918 Which Woman? 1918 Revenge 1918 The Eyes of Mystery 1918 The Legion of Death 1918 The Jury of Fate 1917 Peggy, the Will O' the Wisp 1917 Hands Up! 1917 A Love Sublime 1917 Jim Bludso 1917 Everybody's Doing It 1916 The Fatal Glass of Beer 1916 Puppets 1916 Short Little Marie 1915 Short The Woman from Warren's 1915 Short The Burned Hand 1915 Short The Living Death 1915 Short The Electric Alarm 1915 Short The Spell of the Poppy 1915 Short The Story of a Story 1915 Short The Highbinders 1915 Short An Image of the Past 1915 Short The Slave Girl 1915 Short The Lucky Transfer 1915 Short Actor Actor
Title Year Status Character Dracula 1931/I Harbormaster (voice, uncredited) The Mother and the Law 1919 Owners of Racing Car Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages 1916 Crook (uncredited) Ethel's Disguise 1915 Short Undetermined Role (unconfirmed, uncredited) Ethel Gets Consent 1915 Short James Hadley - the Boss Music Hath Charms 1915 Short Jim - the Singer Bill Turns Valet 1915 Short James Hadley - the Boss Cupid and the Pest 1915 Short Ed A Flurry in Art 1915 Short The Thief A Flyer in Spring Water 1915 Short James Hadley - the Boss Love and Business 1915 Short Fred Gates Ethel Gets the Evidence 1915 Short James Hadley - the Boss The Record Breaker 1914 Short John Bill and Ethel at the Ball 1914 Short James Hadley - the Boss The Housebreakers 1914 Short Harris Mr. Hadley's Uncle 1914 Short James Hadley - the Boss A Corner in Hats 1914 Short Henry Ethel Has a Steady 1914 Short James Hadley - the Boss Out Again, in Again 1914 Short Mr. Henpeck Ethel's Roof Party 1914 Short James Hadley - the Boss Casey's Vendetta 1914 Short Antone Bill Joins the W.W.W.'s 1914 Short James Hadley - the Boss Dizzy Joe's Career 1914 Short Circus Manager Bill Spoils a Vacation 1914 Short James Hadley - the Boss The Million Dollar Bride 1914 Short Henry - the Penniless Count Bill Manages a Prizefighter 1914 Short James Hadley - the Boss Foiled Again 1914 Short Ralph Coises Bill Goes in Business for Himself 1914 Short James Hadley The Mascot 1914 Short Tom Gaylord Bill Organizes a Union 1914 Short James Hadley A Physical Culture Romance 1914 Short One of the Boys Bill Saves the Day 1914 Short James Hadley Ethel's Teacher 1914 Short Hugh - Ethel's Sweetheart Bill Takes a Lady Out to Lunch... Never Again 1914 Short James Hadley Leave It to Smiley 1914 Short Actor How Bill Squared It with His Boss 1914 Short James Hadley Wrong All Around 1914/I Short Spotty Jones Bill's Job 1914 Short Mr. James Hadley The White Slave Catchers 1914 Short Anthony Gumstalk The Deceiver 1914 Short Simon Jenks Hubby to the Rescue 1914 Short John Mersey The Last Drink of Whiskey 1914 Short Desperate Rudolph An Exciting Courtship 1914 Short Nell's Eugenic Wedding 1914 Short The Man in the Couch 1914 Short Ronald A Race for a Bride 1914/I Short The Scene of His Crime 1914 Short Izzy and the Bandit 1914 Short Silver Hat Harry Nearly a Burglar's Bride 1914 Short Edgar - the Burglar The Fatal Dress Suit 1914 Short Victims of Speed 1914 Short Weary Willie After Her Dough 1914 Short Yeggs Leader An Interrupted Séance 1914 Short The Actor A Fallen Hero 1913 Short Wiggins Scenting a Terrible Crime 1913 Short The Undertaker Writer Writer
Title Year Status Character London After Midnight 2002 TV Movie story "The Hypnotist" Inside Job 1946 story The Devil-Doll 1936 story Mark of the Vampire 1935 story "The Hypnotist" - uncredited Dracula 1931/I uncredited Outside the Law 1930 story Where East Is East 1929 story The Big City 1928 story London After Midnight 1927 story "The Hypnotist" The Unknown 1927 story The Road to Mandalay 1926 story The Blackbird 1926 story The Mystic 1925 story White Tiger 1923 screenplay / story Drifting 1923 writer Under Two Flags 1922 adaptation No Woman Knows 1921 Outside the Law 1920 The Virgin of Stamboul 1920 scenario Bonnie Bonnie Lassie 1919 scenario Set Free 1918 scenario A Love Sublime 1917 Jim Bludso 1917 Atta Boy's Last Race 1916 screenplay / story Puppets 1916 Short unconfirmed - unconfirmed Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages 1916 uncredited The Mystery of the Leaping Fish 1916 Short Sunshine Dad 1916 screenplay / story Acquitted 1916 uncredited Queen of the Band 1915 Short story Producer Producer
Title Year Status Character The Devil-Doll 1936 producer - uncredited Mark of the Vampire 1935 producer - uncredited Fast Workers 1933 producer Freaks 1932 producer - uncredited Iron Man 1931 producer Dracula 1931/I producer Outside the Law 1930 producer The Thirteenth Chair 1929 producer West of Zanzibar 1928 producer London After Midnight 1927 producer The Show 1927 producer The Unholy Three 1925 producer Outside the Law 1920 producer Miscellaneous Miscellaneous
Title Year Status Character Dracula 1966 Short director: archive footage The Pointing Finger 1919 supervisor Assistant Director Assistant Director
Title Year Status Character Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages 1916 second assistant director: Modern story - uncredited Camera Department Camera Department
Title Year Status Character Lazy River 1934 director of photography: backgrounds - uncredited Thanks Thanks
Title Year Status Character Ballet of Blood 2015 in memory of Deadly Punkettes 2014 in memory of Nosferatu vs. Father Pipecock & Sister Funk 2014 special thanks After School Massacre 2014 in memory of The Body 2013/I Short special thanks The Dreamers 2003 acknowledgment: director of "Freaks" 1932 Self Self
Title Year Status Character 1925 Studio Tour 1925 Documentary short Himself - a Director Archive Footage Archive Footage Won awards Won awards
Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Motion Picture On 8 February 1960. At 6225 Hollywood Blvd. 1948 DGA Honorary Life Member Award Directors Guild of America, USA
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