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Neil E. McGuire

Directing

7 Movies0TV shows
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About Neil E.

Neil E. is most well known for directing, and has 7 known credits, of which 7 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Neil E.’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Neil E.’s movies you should definitely watch Carrie Jacobs-Bond (1933) Neil has worked on!

  1. Carrie Jacobs-Bond (1933)
  2. Melody Makers No. 1: Sammy Fain (1932)
  3. Moonland (1926)
  4. Crying for the Carolines (1930)
  5. Jingle Bells (1945)

1. Carrie Jacobs-Bond (1933 Movie)

The best rated movie Neil E. has been a part of is the movie Carrie Jacobs-Bond, where they had the role of directing.

2. Melody Makers No. 1: Sammy Fain (1932)

Neil E. worked on this movie as directing.

3. Moonland (1926)

In Moonland Neil E. was worked as idea, other. This adventure, science fiction, fantasy movie has a rating on 6.6 on IMDb.

4. Crying for the Carolines (1930)

This music, animation movie has a rating on 4.7 on IMDb. In Crying for the Carolines Neil E. had the role of directing.

5. Jingle Bells (1945)

Neil E. was a part of the movie Jingle Bells as directing. This music movie has a rating 3.2 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

What is Neil most known for?

Neil E. is most known for directing. Neil has worked on 7 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Neil E.’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Carrie Jacobs-Bond, which has a score of 0.0.

Neil’s Filmography

Executive producer. To the accompaniment of pipe organ, Edwin C. Hill narrates the story of one of America's most successful woman composers, Carrie Jacobs-Bond, who is seen in silent film footage. Mrs. Bond is shown, at age 71, playing with her two dogs, walking with friends and practicing the piano at home. Her songs, which were phenomenally popular in the early 20th century, are sung off screen by 34-year-old radio baritone Ralph Kirbery, known in the early 1930s as "The Dream Singer." The songs are "A Perfect Day" (1910), "Just a Wearyin' for You" (1901) and "I Love You Truly" (1906).

Executive producer. The first in a series of shorts highlighting songwriters of the era. This one features Sammy Fain, supported by Evelyn Hoey and The Eton Boys, singing songs he wrote, including "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me", "Was That the Human Thing to Do" and "Let a Smile Be Your Unbrella." Follow-up shorts in the series featured songwriters Benny Davis and Cliff Friend.

Executive producer. Spooney Melodies were a series of live-action musical shorts produced by the Leon Schlesinger Studios during the 1930s that capitalized on the popularity of organ music played in Palace-style movie theaters and were intended to be played as the short before the main feature. This short film is the only surviving example of the series, which was something of a precursor to the animated "Merrie Melodies" cartoons that followed later.

Executive producer. Jingle Bells one of the most popular Christmas song of all times video for kids with Santa, Rudolph, Mr. Snowman and more. A colorful and fun video for kids of Jingle Bells, one of the most well-known popular and commonly sung children's Christmas carol. Jingle Bells was one of four short visualizations of church hymns created by Neil McGuire Productions and the (ADA) Audio-visual Devotional Aids of North Hollywood, and released under the banner "Hymnalogue".

Executive producer. Sing O Come All Ye Faithful in the Style of "Traditional". Stingray Karaoke Holiday, Christmas - Traditional, English, Key F. O Come All Ye Faithful was one of four short visualizations of church hymns created by Neil McGuire Productions and the (ADA) Audio-visual Devotional Aids of North Hollywood, and released under the banner "Hymnalogue".

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