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James Parrott


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About James Parrott

James Parrott is a 125 years old male from Baltimore, Maryland, USA. James is most well known for directing, and has 114 known credits, of which 114 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

James Parrott’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy James Parrott’s movies you should definitely watch Perfect Day (1929), as with 9.5 it is the highest rated movie James has worked on!

  1. Perfect Day (1929)
  2. Below Zero (1930)
  3. Another Fine Mess (1930)
  4. Habeas Corpus (1928)
  5. The Music Box (1932)

1. Perfect Day (1929 Movie)

The best rated movie James Parrott has been a part of is the comedy movie Perfect Day, where they had the role of directing. It has a rating on Friendspire of 9.5 and 7.1 on IMDb .

2. Below Zero (1930)

Below Zero has a rating on Friendspire of 9.0 and 7.2 on IMDb . James Parrott worked on this comedy movie as directing.

3. Another Fine Mess (1930)

In Another Fine Mess James Parrott was worked as director. This comedy movie has a rating on Friendspire of 9.0 and 7.3 on IMDb .

4. Habeas Corpus (1928)

This comedy movie has a rating on Friendspire of 9.0 and 6.7 on IMDb . In Habeas Corpus James Parrott had the role of directing.

5. The Music Box (1932)

James Parrott was a part of the movie The Music Box as directing. This comedy movie has a rating Friendspire of 8.7 and 8.0 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was James Parrott born?

James Parrott’s birthday is on 2 August 1897 .

What is James Parrott’s gender?

James Parrott is male.

Where was James Parrott born?

James Parrott was born in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

What is James most known for?

James Parrott is most known for directing. James has worked on 114 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is James Parrott’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Perfect Day, which has a score of 9.5.

James’s Filmography

Executive producer. The Laurel & Hardy Moving Co. have a challenging job on their hands (and backs): hauling a player piano up a monumental flight of stairs to Prof. von Schwarzenhoffen's house. Their task is complicated by a sassy nursemaid and, unbeknownst to them, the impatient Prof. von Schwarzenhoffen himself. But the biggest problem is the force of gravity, which repeatedly pulls the piano back down to the bottom of the stairs.

Executive producer. It's Prohibition, and the boys wind up behind bars after Stan sells some of their home-brew beer to a policeman.

Executive producer. Stan fakes receiving a telegram so he can go to a club with Ollie and a bottle of his unsuspecting wife's liquor, but she overhears his plans.

Executive producer. Stanley and Oliver are trying to spend a relaxing night at home playing checkers, but the antics of their mischievous sons keep interrupting their recreation.

Executive producer. The boys think their days of fishing to feed themselves have come to an end, when Stan's rich uncle Ebenezer dies leaving a large estate. But they soon learn that Ebenezer was murdered and all the relatives, including Stan, are suspects.

Executive producer. Two families embark on a pleasant Sunday picnic but manage to run into a variety of issues with their temperamental automobile. Each incident requires repeated exits and reboardings by Laurel, Hardy, their wives and grouchy, gout-ridden Uncle Edgar.

Executive producer. Stan and Ollie arrive as new inmates at a prison after apparently taking part in a hold-up raid, a raid they tell a prison officer they were only watching. The usual mayhem ensues.

Executive producer. Street musicians Stan and Ollie have no success earning money in the dead of winter in a bad neighborhood. Their instruments are destroyed in an argument with a woman, but their luck seems to turn when Stan finds a wallet.

Executive producer. Policeman Edgar Kennedy is told by his chief he better stop a string of burglaries that have been happening on his watch or else he will get the sack. He persuades vagrants Stan and Ollie to rob the chief's house so he can regain his reputation by catching them. The policeman promises to later get the boys off. Things do not go as planned.

Executive producer. Ollie's house is a mess after a wild party from the previous night. Ollie receives a telegram from his wife (who is on vacation in Chicago), which tells him that she is returning home in the afternoon. Fearing his wife's wrath he calls Stan over to help him clean up. Things go downhill and they make more mess not less.

Executive producer. Two homeless vagabonds hide out in a vacant mansion and pose as the residents when prospective lessees arrive and try to rent it.

Executive producer. Stan and Ollie try to sleep in a room-for-rent. Ollie, suffering from a cold, coughs frequently, while Stan snores. Both of them have trouble falling asleep because of this. They try to solve their problems, but this results in total chaos.

Executive producer. Loony scientist hires Laurel and Hardy to raid the cemetery to keep him supplied with dead bodies for his experiments.

As Man missing his train. Stan Laurel is picked up at the train depot and brought back by the husband to the family home where the wife is having a suffragette meeting. None too pleased they cause mayhem and then the neighbours are brought into it as Stan cleans up the backyard by throwing all the rubbish into their award winning garden.

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