Francis Ford

Biography

From Wikipedia

Francis Ford (born Francis Feeney, August 14, 1881 – September 5, 1953) was a prolific film actor, writer, and director. He was the mentor and elder brother of film director John Ford. He also appeared in many of John Ford's movies, including Young Mr. Lincoln and The Qui...

33 titles Acting Directing Writing

7.1

The Sun Shines Bright

1953 · Feeney (Old Backwoodsman)

7.8

The Quiet Man

1952 · Dan Tobin

7.2

Wagon Master

1950 · Mr. Peachtree

6.6

Frontier Investigator

1949 · Ed Garnett

3.2

San Antone Ambush

1949 · Major Farnsworth

6.8

The Far Frontier

1948 · Alf Sharper

5.9

The Plunderers

1948 · Barnaby

6.6

Eyes of Texas

1948 · Thad Cameron

3.4

The Timber Trail

1948 · Ralph Baker

7.0

Driftwood

1947 · Abner Green

6.9

High Tide

1947 · Pop Garrow

5.4

Accomplice

1946 · King Connors

6.4

Wake Up and Dream

1946 · Old Man at Counter

2.5

The White Gorilla

1945 · Mr. Stacey

6.7

The Man Who Wouldn't Die

1942 · Caretaker

5.6

The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe

1942 · Tavern Keeper

6.7

King of the Mounties

1942 · Zeke Collins (Ch. 4)

6.0

Romance of the Rio Grande

1941 · Stagecoach Driver

6.8

Western Union

1941 · Eastbound Stagecoach Driver

7.3

They Died with Their Boots On

1941 · Veteran

6.1

Viva Cisco Kid

1940 · Proprietor

6.2

Three Faces West

1940 · Farmer Bill, with Higgins

6.1

Lucky Cisco Kid

1940 · Court Clerk

6.6

South of Pago Pago

1940 · Foster

5.6

Diamond Frontier

1940 · Derek Bluje

6.1

Geronimo

1939 · Scout

7.6

Young Mr. Lincoln

1939 · Sam Boone

7.2

Drums Along the Mohawk

1939 · Joe Boleo

5.8

Bad Lands

1939 · Charlie Garth

6.6

The Girl of the Golden West

1938 · Miner

6.3

The Texans

1938 · Uncle Dud

6.9

In Old Chicago

1938 · Driver

5.8

Kentucky Moonshine

1938 · Grandpa Hatfield

6.5

Slave Ship

1937 · Scraps

7.5

Charlie Chan's Secret

1936 · Captain of salvage ship

7.3

Charlie Chan at the Circus

1936 · John Gaines

6.3

Sins of Man

1936 · Town Drunk

6.7

Little Miss Nobody

1936 · Detective

7.3

The Prisoner of Shark Island

1936 · Cpl. O'Toole

6.5

Paris in Spring

1935 · Drunken Peasant

7.3

Steamboat Round the Bend

1935 · Efe

5.8

This Is the Life

1935 · Sticky Jones

7.5

The Informer

1935 · 'Judge' Flynn

6.8

The Arizonian

1935 · Mayor Ed Comstock

6.3

Paddy O'Day

1935 · Immigration Officer Tom McGuire

6.6

Murder in Trinidad

1934 · Davenant

5.0

Pirate Treasure

1934 · Dick's Friend at the Airfield

6.4

Judge Priest

1934 · Juror No. 12

7.6

Smoky

1933 · Horse Buyer

6.6

Gordon of Ghost City

1933 · Jim Carmody

6.6

Doctor Bull

1933 · Mr. Herring

7.8

Charlie Chan's Greatest Case

1933 · Captain Hallett

5.1

The Lost Special

1932 · Botter Hood

8.3

The Rider of Death Valley

1932 · Gabe

7.0

Destry Rides Again

1932 · Judd Ogden

5.9

Heroes of the West

1932 · Cavalry Captain

6.5

Scandal for Sale

1932 · Belmont Hotel Desk Clerk

7.9

Frankenstein

1931 · Hans

5.9

Battling with Buffalo Bill

1931 · Jim Rodney

Song of the Caballero

1930 · Don Pedro Madero

5.8

Kathleen Mavourneen

1930 · James, the butler

Sons of the Saddle

1930 · 'Red' Slade

6.8

Mister Antonio

1929 ·

6.9

The Trail of '98

1928 · Gold Commissioner's Assistant

The Wreck of the Hesperus

1927 · John Hazzard

6.2

Upstream

1927 · Juggler

The Devil's Saddle

1927 · Pete Hepburn

3.6

The Fighting Heart

1925 · Town Fool

5.1

Action

1921 · Soda Water Manning

4.6

The Mystery Of 13

1919 · Phil Kelly / Jim Kelly

4.8

The Craving

1918 · Carroll Wayles

5.9

The Purple Mask

1916 ·

6.1

The Broken Coin

1915 ·

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5.5

Officer '444'

1926 · Director

4.6

The Mystery Of 13

1919 · Director

4.8

The Craving

1918 · Director

5.6

The Trail of Hate

1917 · Director

4.3

The Adventures of Peg o' the Ring

1916 · Director

5.9

The Purple Mask

1916 · Director

6.1

The Broken Coin

1915 · Director

6.2

Lucille Love: The Girl of Mystery

1914 · Director

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4.8

The Craving

1918 · Story