Ida Lupino, Raoul Walsh

Raoul Walsh (1887 – 1980) directs Ida Lupino in THE MAN I LOVE (1947).

Walsh, real name  Albert Edward Walsh, was in movies from 1913. His last film was A DISTANT TRUMPET in 1964. He lost his right eye in an accident in 1928 while on location for IN OLD ARIZONA.

He also directed Ida Lupino in ARTISTS AND MODELS (1937), HIGH SIERRA (1941) and THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT (1940).


Raoul Walsh, Olivia De Havilland. THE STRAWBERRY BLONDE.



I can identify Eve Arden, second from left, Raoul Walsh, Marlene Dietrich, and Joyce Compton at far right. I don’t know the other two girls.



Gladys George, James Cagney.THE ROARING TWENTIES.

…..He used to be a big shot.”

Walsh also directed Cagney in WHITE HEAT.

One of Warner Brothers’ top directors.

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