Sidney Algier

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Sidney Algier
Born December 5, 1889
Died April 24, 1945

Sidney Algier (December 5, 1889 – April 24, 1945) was an American actor, film director and screenwriter. He was married to Wava Roberts. He was born in Shamokin, Pennsylvania, and died in Los Angeles, California, of a heart attack.

Filmography[edit]

Assistant director[edit]

  • Lovers? (1927)
  • The Gay Deceiver (1926)
  • Memory Lane (1926)
  • Fine Clothes (1925)
  • Husbands and Lovers (1924)
  • Why Men Leave Home (1924)
  • The Dangerous Age (1923)
  • The Gamesters (1920) (as Sidney H. Algier)
  • The Blue Moon (1920) (as Sidney H. Algier)
  • The House of Toys (1920)
  • The Thirtieth Piece of Silver (1920)
  • Their Mutual Child (1920)
  • The Week-End (1920) ... a.k.a. The Weekend (USA)
  • Six Feet Four (1919) (as Sidney H. Algier)
  • A Sporting Chance (1919/I) (as Sidney H. Algier)
  • Some Liar (1919) (as Sidney H. Algier)
  • The Twinkler (1916) (as Sidney H. Algier)
  • Dust (1916) (as Sidney H. Algier)
  • The Inner Struggle (1916) (as Sidney H. Algier)
  • Reclamation (1916)

Unit manager[edit]

  • Wallaby Jim of the Islands (1937) (as Sid Algiers)

Production manager[edit]

  • A Shriek in the Night (1933)
  • The Dude Bandit (1933)
  • The Eleventh Commandment (1933)
  • The Intruder (1933)
  • Cowboy Counsellor (1932)
  • A Parisian Romance (1932)
  • The Thirteenth Guest (1932) ... a.k.a. Lady Beware
  • The Boiling Point (1932)
  • A Man's Land (1932)
  • Spirit of the West (1932)
  • The Gay Buckaroo (1932)
  • Local Bad Man (1932)
  • Hard Hombre (1931)

Actor[edit]

  • The Wanters (1923) (uncredited) .... bit part
  • The Dangerous Age (1923)
  • My Fighting Gentleman ... a.k.a. A Son of Battle (USA) (1917) (as Sid Algier) .... Jim
  • Under Azure Skies (1916) (as Sid Algier) .... Al, ranch hand
  • Spider Barlow's Soft Spot (1915) (as Sid Algier) .... Spike

Director[edit]

  • Wild Horse (1931) ... a.k.a. Silver Devil (US: reissue title)

Writer[edit]

A Light Woman (1920) (scenario)

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