George D. Baker

Before becoming a director and screenwriter of Hollywood silent films, George D. Baker worked as an illustrator and worked in various capacities in theater. He began directing films under the supervision of J. Stuart ... Read more »

Filmography

other (8)

A Night Out (Movie)

(Director)

Buried Treasure (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Buried Treasure (Movie)

(Director)

Man Who Lost Himself (Movie)

(Director)

Revelation (Movie)

(Director)

Revelation (Movie)

(Director)

Revelation (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

The Pretenders (Movie)

(Director)

Biography

Before becoming a director and screenwriter of Hollywood silent films, George D. Baker worked as an illustrator and worked in various capacities in theater. He began directing films under the supervision of J. Stuart Blackton at Vitagraph. Soon Baker became established as a highly competent, versatile and creative director. He is best known for the Bunny and Finch comedies he directed between 1910 and 1914. Baker left the film industry in the mid 1920s.

~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide

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