Vincent Sherman

Biography

Vincent Sherman (July 16, 1906 – June 18, 2006) was an American director, and actor, who worked in Hollywood. His movies include Mr. Skeffington (1944), Nora Prentiss (1947), and The Young Philadelphians (1959).

He began his career as an actor on Broadway and later films. He directed B-...

30 titles Directing Writing Acting

5.2

Bogie

1980 · Director

7.8

Lady of the House

1978 · Director

7.1

The Last Hurrah

1977 · Director

5.6

Cervantes

1967 · Director

6.4

A Fever in the Blood

1961 · Director

6.4

The Second Time Around

1961 · Director

6.3

Ice Palace

1960 · Director

7.4

The Young Philadelphians

1959 · Director

6.7

The Garment Jungle

1957 · Director

6.7

Affair in Trinidad

1952 · Director

6.1

Lone Star

1952 · Director

5.4

Goodbye, My Fancy

1951 · Director

7.2

Harriet Craig

1950 · Director

6.6

Backfire

1950 · Director

7.2

The Damned Don't Cry

1950 · Director

7.4

The Hasty Heart

1949 · Director

7.0

Adventures of Don Juan

1948 · Director

6.9

The Unfaithful

1947 · Director

7.2

Nora Prentiss

1947 · Director

6.3

Janie Gets Married

1946 · Director

6.7

Pillow to Post

1945 · Director

7.8

Mr. Skeffington

1944 · Director

6.6

In Our Time

1944 · Director

7.6

Old Acquaintance

1943 · Director

7.2

The Hard Way

1943 · Director

7.1

All Through the Night

1941 · Director

6.6

Flight from Destiny

1941 · Director

7.1

Underground

1941 · Director

7.8

Sergeant York

1941 · Special Guest Director

6.5

The Man Who Talked Too Much

1940 · Director

6.5

Saturday's Children

1940 · Director

5.8

The Return of Doctor X

1939 · Director

4 titles Directing Writing Acting

6.7

Pride of the Blue Grass

1954 · Screenplay

5.9

The Adventures of Jane Arden

1939 · Screenplay

6.6

Pride of the Blue Grass

1939 · Screenplay, Story

6.5

King of the Underworld

1939 · Screenplay

6.8

Crime School

1938 · Screenplay

5.5

Heart of the North

1938 · Screenplay

1 titles Directing Writing Acting

5.0

Hell Bent for Love

1934 · Johnny Frank

7.6

Counsellor at Law

1933 · Harry Becker