Malcolm St Clair

Director, Actor, Gagwriter
St. Clair directed several Sennett and Keaton comedies and a handful of routine Rin Tin Tin actioners before scoring his finest achievement with the sophisticated "Are Parents People?" (1925). His career tailed off with ... Read more »
Born: 05/17/1897 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Filmography

Director (24)

Hollywood Cavalcade 1939 (Movie)

(Director)

A Social Celebrity (Movie)

(Director)

A Trip to Paris (Movie)

(Director)

After Business Hours (Movie)

(Director)

Bright Eyes (Movie)

(Director)

Dangerously Yours (Movie)

(Director)

Down on the Farm (Movie)

(Director)

Everybody's Baby (Movie)

(Director)

Fighting Blood (Movie)

(Director)

Goldie Gets Along (Movie)

(Director)

Good and Naughty (Movie)

(Director)

Jitterbugs (Movie)

(Director)

Meet the Missus (Movie)

(Director)

Montana Moon (Movie)

(Director)

The Bashful Bachelor (Movie)

(Director)

The Big Noise (Movie)

(Director)

The Bullfighters (Movie)

(Director)

The Canary Murder Case (Movie)

(Director)

The Dancing Masters (Movie)

(Director)

The Fleet's In (Movie)

(Director)

The Jones Family in Hollywood (Movie)

(Director)

The Show-Off (Movie)

(Director)

Two Weeks to Live (Movie)

(Director)
Producer (1)

Montana Moon (Movie)

(Producer)

Biography

St. Clair directed several Sennett and Keaton comedies and a handful of routine Rin Tin Tin actioners before scoring his finest achievement with the sophisticated "Are Parents People?" (1925). His career tailed off with the advent of sound.

Milestones

1923

Feature film directorial debut, "George Washington Jr."

1919

Began directing Sennett comedy shorts

1915

Joined Mack Sennett as bit player and gag writer; appeared as a Keystone Kop

Worked as newspaper sports cartoonist

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