Tod Browning
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Tod Browning
*July 12, 1880 Louisville, Kentucky, USA
as Charles Albert Browning Jr
October 6, 1962 Malibu, California, USA

American film actor, director and screenwriter.

Films

1946

Inside Job

1939

Miracles for Sale

1936

The Devil-Doll

1935

Mark of the Vampire

1932

Freaks

1931

Dracula
Iron Man

1930

Outside the Law

1929

The Thirteenth Chair
Where East Is East

1928

West of Zanzibar
The Big City

1927

London After Midnight
The Unknown
The Show

1926

The Road to Mandalay
The Blackbird

1925

The Unholy Three

1923

Drifting
White Tiger

1922

Under Two Flags

1921

Outside the Law

1919

The Mother and the Law

1916

Intolerance
The Mystery of the Leaping Fish

1915

Cupid and the Pest

1914

The Deceiver
The White Slave Catchers
The Fatal Dress Suit

1913

Bill Joins the Band


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Books on Tod Browning
Bernd Herzogenrath (ed)
The Films of Tod Browning
London, 2006

Nancy Bombaci
Freaks in late modernist American culture, Nathanael West, Djuna Barnes, Tod Browning, and Carson McCullers
New York, 2006

Elias Savada and David Skal
Dark Carnival, The Secret World of Tod Browning
New York, 1995

Stuart Rosenthal, Judith M. Kass
The Hollywood Professionals Volume 4, Tod Browning, Don Siegel
London - New York, 1975
Books with substantial mentioning of Tod Browning
John C. Tibbetts and James M. Welsh
The Encyclopedia of Filmmakers, Volume I
New York, NY, 2002

Tom Pendergast, Sara Pendergast (eds.)
International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, 2. Directors
Detroit/New York/San Francisco/London/Boston/Woodbridge, CT, 2000

Andrew Sarris (editor)
The St. James Film Directors Encyclopedia
Detroit - New York - Toronto - London, 1998

Ann Lloyd (ed.)
Movies of the Thirties
London, 1983

Stanley Hochman (ed.)
A Library of Film Criticism, American Film Directors
New York, 1974
Books with an entry on Tod Browning