William Christy Cabanne (April 16, 1888 – October 15, 1950) was an American film director, screenwriter and silent film actor.wikipedia
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Miriam Cooper credited him with discovering her as an extra in 1912.
One of the assistants, Christy Cabanne, approached them and asked if they would like to be extras.
In 1947 he directed a Bela Lugosi thriller, Scared to Death, which was experimental in that it was photographed on semi-professional, economical 16mm color film.
Scared to Death is a 1947 thriller film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Bela Lugosi.
Cabanne directed legendary child actress Shirley Temple in The Red-Haired Alibi (1932) in her first credited role in a feature-length movie.
Released on October 15, 1932, it was directed by Christy Cabanne.
He then became a director for hire, mainly of low- to medium-budget films for such studios as FBO, Associated Exhibitors, Tiffany and Pathe, although he worked at MGM on a few occasions in the mid- to late 1920s on films such as The Midshipman (1925).
The Midshipman is a 1925 American silent romantic drama film directed by Christy Cabanne.
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Robert L. Lippert released it on standard 35mm film in 1947.
Scared to Death (1947) - starring Bela Lugosi, produced by William David, directed by Christy Cabanne
Under Burning Skies (1912)
Christy Cabanne - Emily's Husband
Two Daughters of Eve (1912)
W. Christy Cabanne - The Driver
The Goddess of Sagebrush Gulch (1912)
Christy Cabanne as A Villain
So Near, Yet So Far (1912)
W. Christy Cabanne - In Club/On Street
The Painted Lady (1912)
W. Christy Cabanne - At Ice Cream Festival
For His Son (1912)
W. Christy Cabanne - One of the Son's Friends / At Soda Fountain
A Temporary Truce (1912)
Christy Cabanne as An Indian
During the Round-Up (1913)
During the Round-Up is a 1913 American short Western film directed by Christy Cabanne and featuring Lillian Gish.
The Transformation of Mike (1912)
W. Christy Cabanne - In Bar
My HeroMy Hero'' (1912 film)
My Hero (1912)
W. Christy Cabanne as Settler
Martyrs of the Alamo (1915)
Martyrs of the Alamo (also known as The Birth of Texas) is a 1915 American historical war drama film written and directed by Christy Cabanne.
W. Christy Cabanne - Indian
An Indian's Loyalty (1913)
An Indian’s Loyalty is a 1913 American short Western film directed by Christy Cabanne and featuring Lillian Gish.
The Dishonored Medal (1914)
The Dishonored Medal is a 1914 silent American adventure film, directed by Christy Cabanne.
A Cry for HelpA Cry for Help'' (1912 film)
A Cry for Help (1912)
W. Christy Cabanne - Witness to Accident
The WandererThe Wanderer'' (1913 film)unrelated 1913 film
The Wanderer (1913)
Christy Cabanne - The Brother
So Runs the Way (1913)
So Runs the Way is a 1913 American short drama film, directed by Christy Cabanne.
National Red Cross Pageant (1917)
It was also an all-star revue silent film, now considered a lost film, directed by Christy Cabanne.
The AbsenteeThe Absentee'' (1915 film)
The Absentee (1915)
The Absentee is a 1915 American silent allegory film, directed by Christy Cabanne.
The Inner CircleThe Inner Circle'' (1912 film)
The Inner Circle (1912)
W. Christy Cabanne - In Gang