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James P. Hogan (III) (1890–1943)

James P. Hogan was born on September 21, 1890 in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA. He was a director and writer, known for Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937), Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police (1939) and Bulldog Drummond's Peril (1938). He died on November 4, 1943 in North Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1943 The Mad Ghoul (as James Hogan)
 1943 The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler (as James Hogan)
 1943 No Place for a Lady (as James Hogan)
 1941 Ellery Queen and the Perfect Crime (as James Hogan)
 1941 Power Dive (as James Hogan)
 1941 Ellery Queen's Penthouse Mystery (as James Hogan)
 1940 The Texas Rangers Ride Again (as James Hogan)
 1940 Queen of the Mob (as James Hogan)
 1939 Bulldog Drummond's Bride (as James Hogan)
 1939 Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police (as James Hogan)
 1939 Arrest Bulldog Drummond (as James Hogan)
 1938 The Texans (as James Hogan)
 1937 Ebb Tide
 1937 Bulldog Drummond Escapes (as James Hogan)
 1936 The Accusing Finger (as James Hogan)
 1936 Desert Gold (as James Hogan)
 1935 Life Returns
 1931 The Sheriff's Secret (as James Hogan)
 1928 Hearts of Men
 1926 Flaming Fury
 1921 Bare Knuckles
 1920 The Skywayman
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Alternate Names:

James Patrick Hogan | James Hogan
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American second feature director, also occasional actor and screenwriter. A former set designer, he started directing in 1920. Hogan was often employed to turn out cheaply made 'quota quickies', including several 'Bulldog Drummond' features for Paramount and 'Ellery Queen' mysteries for Columbia. Among his better output were The Last Train from Madrid (1937) and The Mad Ghoul (1943).

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Jim

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Virgo

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