Irving Pichel

Biography

Irving Pichel (June 24, 1891 – July 13, 1954) was an American actor and film director. He married Violette Wilson, daughter of Jackson Stitt Wilson, a Methodist minister and Socialist mayor of Berkeley, California. Her sister was actress Viola Barry. The Pichels had three sons, Pichel Wilson, Julian...

23 titles Directing Acting

6.6

Day of Triumph

1954 · Director

7.0

Martin Luther

1953 · Director

6.3

Santa Fe

1951 · Director

6.7

The Great Rupert

1950 · Director

6.7

Quicksand

1950 · Director

6.4

Destination Moon

1950 · Director

6.1

Without Honor

1949 · Director

6.5

Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid

1948 · Director

6.7

The Miracle of the Bells

1948 · Director

7.2

They Won't Believe Me

1947 · Director

6.8

Something in the Wind

1947 · Director

7.5

Tomorrow Is Forever

1946 · Director

6.6

Temptation

1946 · Director

6.1

The Bride Wore Boots

1946 · Director

6.8

A Medal For Benny

1945 · Director

7.1

And Now Tomorrow

1944 · Director

7.0

The Moon Is Down

1943 · Director

6.7

Happy Land

1943 · Director

6.8

Secret Agent of Japan

1942 · Director

7.2

The Pied Piper

1942 · Director

6.4

Life Begins at Eight-Thirty

1942 · Director

6.5

Hudson's Bay

1941 · Director

6.4

Dance Hall

1941 · Director

6.3

Earthbound

1940 · Director

7.1

The Man I Married

1940 · Director

6.4

The Great Commandment

1939 · Director

6.0

The Sheik Steps Out

1937 · Director

6.1

The Duke Comes Back

1937 · Director

5.2

Larceny on the Air

1937 · Director

5.7

Beware Of Ladies

1936 · Director

4.2

The Gentleman from Louisiana

1936 · Director

6.6

She

1935 · Director

6.1

Before Dawn

1933 · Director

7.2

The Most Dangerous Game

1932 · Director

28 titles Directing Acting

7.0

Martin Luther

1953 · Brueck

6.3

Santa Fe

1951 · Harned

7.5

Tomorrow Is Forever

1946 · Radio Commentator (Voice)

7.3

Juarez

1939 · Gen. Carbajal

6.6

Rio

1939 · Rocco

6.4

The Great Commandment

1939 · Jesus Christ (voice)

5.5

Exile Express

1939 · Victor

7.0

Dick Tracy's G-Men

1939 · Nicolas Zarnoff

Gambling Ship

1938 · Professor

5.9

Newsboys' Home

1938 · Tom Davenport

6.6

There Goes My Heart

1938 · Mr. Gorman

6.7

Topper Takes a Trip

1938 · Prosecutor

7.6

Jezebel

1938 · Huger

6.6

Armored Car

1937 · Walinsky

6.8

High, Wide, and Handsome

1937 · Mr. Stark

6.7

Join the Marines

1937 · Col. Leonard

6.4

Dracula's Daughter

1936 · Sandor

5.4

The House of a Thousand Candles

1936 · Anton Sebastian

6.6

Down to the Sea

1936 · Alex Fotakis

6.0

General Spanky

1936 · Simmons

6.3

Special Agent K-7

1936 · Lester Owens

6.1

Don't Gamble with Love

1936 · Rick Collins

7.1

Special Agent

1935 · U.S. District Attorney

7.0

Fog Over Frisco

1934 · Jake Bello

6.2

British Agent

1934 · Sergei Pavlov

6.2

I Am A Thief

1934 · Count Trentini

6.9

Cleopatra

1934 · Apollodorus

6.9

The Silver Streak

1934 · Bronte

7.2

The Story of Temple Drake

1933 · Lee Goodwin

6.0

The Right To Romance

1933 · Dr. Beck

6.6

King of the Jungle

1933 · Corey

6.8

The Woman Accused

1933 · District Attorney Clark

6.3

Night Flight

1933 · Dr. Decosta

5.0

Oliver Twist

1933 · Fagin

7.0

I'm No Angel

1933 · Clayton's Attorney

6.8

Two Kinds of Women

1932 · Senator Krull

6.4

Madame Butterfly

1932 · Yomadori

7.3

Forgotten Commandments

1932 · Prof. Marinoff

6.7

Wild Girl

1932 · Rufe Waters

5.9

Strange Justice

1932 · L.D. Waters

6.8

The Miracle Man

1932 · Henry Holmes

6.5

The Painted Woman

1932 · Robert Dunn, Lawyer

5.6

Westward Passage

1932 · Harry Ottendorf

7.0

The Road to Reno

1931 · Robert Millet

6.6

An American Tragedy

1931 · District Attorney Orville Mason

6.5

The Cheat

1931 · Hardy Livingstone

6.5

Murder by the Clock

1931 · Philip Endicott

5.1

The Right to Love

1930 · Caleb Evans