Johnny Walker



Also Known As
Johnnie Walker, John Walker
Birth Place
New York City, New York, USA
January 07, 1894
December 05, 1949


"Johnnie Walker: Silent Movies' Favorite Son"
Richard Woods (2000)




Director (Feature Film)

Mr. Broadway (1933)
Bachelor Apartments (1920)

Cast (Feature Film)

Back Door to Heaven (1939)
Under Pressure (1935)
Mr. Broadway (1933)
At the Central Park Casino
Enemies of the Law (1931)
Larry Marsh
The Girl of the Golden West (1930)
Up the River (1930)
The Swellhead (1930)
Bill "Cyclone" Hickey
The Melody Man (1930)
Joe Yates
Ladies of Leisure (1930)
Ladies in Love (1930)
Harry King
The Matinee Idol (1928)
Don Wilson/Harry Mann
So This Is Love (1928)
"Spike" Mullins
Bare Knees (1928)
Paul Gladden
Rose of the Bowery (1927)
A Boy of the Streets (1927)
Ned Dugan
Pretty Clothes (1927)
Russell Thorpe
The Princess on Broadway (1927)
Leon O'Day
Cross Breed (1927)
Andy Corwin
The Snarl of Hate (1927)
Charles Taylor/Robert Taylor
The Clown (1927)
Bob Stone
Where Trails Begin (1927)
Gordon Ramsey
The Swell-Head (1927)
Bill O'Rourke
Held by the Law (1927)
Tom Sinclair
The Earth Woman (1926)
John Mason, frontier sheriff
Old Ironsides (1926)
Lt. Stephen Decatur
Fangs of Justice (1926)
Terry Randall
Lightning Reporter (1926)
Honesty--The Best Policy (1926)
Wolves of the Air (1926)
Bob Warne
Morganson's Finish (1926)
Dick Gilbert
Transcontinental Limited (1926)
Johnnie Lane
Honesty--The Best Policy (1926)
Robert Dore
The Mad Dancer (1925)
Keith Arundel
Children of the Whirlwind (1925)
Larry Brainerd
Lena Rivers (1925)
Durward Belmont
The Scarlet West (1925)
Lieutenant Parkman
Lilies of the Streets (1925)
John Harding
The Reckless Sex (1925)
Robert Lanning, Jr.
Soiled (1924)
Wilbur Brown
Girls Men Forget (1924)
Russell Baldwin
The Spirit of the U.S A. (1924)
Johnnie Gains
The Slanderers (1924)
Johnny Calkins
Wine of Youth (1924)
Life's Greatest Game (1924)
Jackie Donovan, Jr., age 20
Souls for Sale (1923)
Mary of the Movies (1923)
Broken Hearts of Broadway (1923)
George Colton
The Fourth Musketeer (1923)
Brian O'Brien
The Mailman (1923)
Children of Dust (1923)
Terwilliger as a man
Red Lights (1923)
John Blake
Fashionable Fakers (1923)
Thaddeus Plummer
The Third Alarm (1923)
Johnny McDowell
Shattered Reputations (1923)
Henry Wainright
The Sagebrush Trail (1922)
Neil, her brother
Captain Fly-by-Night (1922)
First stranger
Extra Extra (1922)
Barry Price
In the Name of the Law (1922)
Johnnie O'Hara, aged 20
My Dad (1922)
Tom O'Day
Live Wires (1921)
Bob Harding
The Jolt (1921)
Johnnie Stanton
Play Square (1921)
Johnny Carroll
What Love Will Do (1921)
Johnny Rowan
Greater Than Fame (1920)
Over the Hill to the Poorhouse (1920)
John, 20 years later
The Open Door (1919)
Impossible Catherine (1919)
Herbert Drake
His Daughter Pays (1918)
A Son of Strife (1918)
Mirko, Xenia's son
The Knife (1918)
Hampton Gray
Brown of Harvard (1918)
The Man from Nowhere (1916)
Larry Wardrobe
On Dangerous Paths (1915)
Henry Mills
Cohen's Luck (1915)
David Moss

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Ulzana's Raid (1972)
Camera mechanic

Producer (Feature Film)

The Incredibles (2004)
Back Door to Heaven (1939)
Associate Producer
The Yiddish King Lear (1935)
Mr. Broadway (1933)

Music (Feature Film)

The Appointment (1970)
Additional Music & orch

Animation (Feature Film)

Fritz The Cat (1972)
Fritz The Cat (1972)
2d layout
Mr. Magoo's Holiday Festival (1970)
Anim for "Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol"

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Broadway Thru a Keyhole (1933)

Cast (Short)

The Flag: A Story Inspired by the Tradition of Betsy Ross (1927)

Life Events


"Johnnie Walker: Silent Movies' Favorite Son"
Richard Woods (2000)