Phil Rosen
(05/08/1888 - 10/22/1951)

Phil Rosen began his film career as a cinematographer with Edison in 1912, and soon begin working as a director. Rosen became a highy regarded director in the silent era, he directed 142 films from 1915 until 1949 and worked for Universal, Hodkinson, Paramount, MGM and FBO.

Available Films

Worldly Goods (1930)

Alias the Bad Man (1931) / Branded Men (1931)

Texas Gun Fighter (1932)

Klondike (1932)

Picture Brides (1933)

Beggars in Ermine (1934)

The Bridge of Sighs / Missing Girls (1936)

Tango (1936)

Roar of the Press (1941)