James Flood (1895-1953) was an American film director.
Born in New York City, Flood became an assistant director with Biograph in 1912 and was active through 1952.
Flood died of complications after surgery in Hollywood on February 4, 1953. He was 57 years old.
- The Woman Hater (1925)
- Why Girls Go Back Home (1926)
- The Lady in Ermine (1927)
- Three Hours (1927)
- Mister Antonio (1929)
- Under Cover Man (1932)
- The Mouthpiece (1932) co-directed with Elliott Nugent
- Life Begins (1932) co-directed with Elliott Nugent
- All of Me (1934)
- Wings in the Dark (1935)
- Shanghai (1935)
- The Lonely Road (1936) aka Scotland Yard Commands
- The Big Fix (1947)