William Keighley

Biography

William Jackson Keighley  (August 4, 1889, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - June 24, 1984, New York, New York) was an American stage actor and Hollywood film director.

After graduating from the Ludlum School of Dramatic Art, Keighley began acting at the age of 23. By the 1910s and 1920s, he...

37 titles Directing Writing

6.6

The Master of Ballantrae

1953 · Director

6.7

Close to My Heart

1951 · Director

6.8

Rocky Mountain

1950 · Director

7.1

The Street with No Name

1948 · Director

6.1

Honeymoon

1947 · Director

7.6

The Man Who Came to Dinner

1942 · Director

7.1

George Washington Slept Here

1942 · Director

6.5

Four Mothers

1941 · Director

7.1

The Bride Came C.O.D.

1941 · Director

6.7

The Fighting 69th

1940 · Director

6.8

Torrid Zone

1940 · Director

6.4

No Time for Comedy

1940 · Director

7.4

Each Dawn I Die

1939 · Director

6.4

Yes, My Darling Daughter

1939 · Director

8.0

The Adventures of Robin Hood

1938 · Director

6.2

Valley of the Giants

1938 · Director

7.1

Secrets of an Actress

1938 · Director

6.2

Brother Rat

1938 · Director

5.9

God's Country and the Woman

1937 · Director

6.2

Varsity Show

1937 · Director

7.3

The Prince and the Pauper

1937 · Director

6.6

The Singing Kid

1936 · Director

7.0

The Green Pastures

1936 · Director

7.1

Bullets or Ballots

1936 · Director

6.4

The Right to Live

1935 · Director

6.1

Stars Over Broadway

1935 · Director

7.2

'G' Men

1935 · Director

6.5

Mary Jane's Pa

1935 · Director

7.1

Special Agent

1935 · Director

6.6

Easy to Love

1934 · Director

6.1

Journal of a Crime

1934 · Director

6.2

Babbitt

1934 · Director

6.2

Kansas City Princess

1934 · Director

6.3

Big Hearted Herbert

1934 · Director

6.7

Ladies They Talk About

1933 · Director

7.0

The Match King

1932 · Director

7.1

The Cabin in the Cotton

1932 · Assistant Director

7.4

Jewel Robbery

1932 · Assistant Director

2 titles Directing Writing

7.1

Picture Snatcher

1933 · Writer

6.6

Mary Stevens, M.D.

1933 · Dialogue