The 20 Best of Victor Halperin

by kobe1413 | created - 03 Feb 2015 | updated - 11 Aug 2018 | Public

I have listed the twenty best of writer-director Victor Halperin.

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1. White Zombie (1932)

Passed | 69 min | Horror

A young man turns to a witch doctor to lure the woman he loves away from her fiancé, but instead turns her into a zombie slave.

Director: Victor Halperin | Stars: Bela Lugosi, Madge Bellamy, Joseph Cawthorn, Robert Frazer

Votes: 8,696

Victor Halperin directs and, co-produces with his brother Edward, this low budget horror film. Bela Lugosi stars as the leader of a group of zombies. Unfortunately the film consist of several scenes thrown together, in varying degress of success, but ultimately resulting in a slapdash movie. Nothing was really good in the film, from the acting to the directing.

2. Supernatural (1933)

Passed | 65 min | Horror, Mystery, Thriller

A serial black widow murderess returns to life in the body of a young woman to exact revenge on a former lover, a phony spiritualist who betrayed her.

Director: Victor Halperin | Stars: Carole Lombard, Randolph Scott, Alan Dinehart, Vivienne Osborne

Votes: 473

3. Party Girl (1930)

Passed | 67 min | Crime, Drama, Romance

Jay Rountree, son of a wealthy manufacturer and young, rising businessman, gets caught up in a web involving an escort service or 'party girls.' While eluding the wily Diana Holster, the ... See full summary »

Director: Victor Halperin | Stars: Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Jeanette Loff, Judith Barrie, Marie Prevost

Votes: 180

Halperin directs, writes and produces this bottom level film about "party girls" aka prostitutes or call-girls. He used an alias 'Rex Hale' probably due to the film's less-than-reputable content.

Victor Halperin, with every new film, reaches more of an audience and, in return, tries to make bigger pictures. He writes, directs, and produces this adaptation of Leonard Merrick's novel by the same name.

5. She Goes to War (1929)

Passed | 87 min | Drama

A young woman disguises herself as a man and follows her fiancéé into the trenches during World War I to find out what war is really like.

Director: Henry King | Stars: Eleanor Boardman, John Holland, Edmund Burns, Alma Rubens

Votes: 52

Halperin produced this World War I film for Inspirational Films.

6. Ex-Flame (1930)

Passed | 74 min | Drama

A woman's uncontrollable jealousy over her husband's former girlfriend results in her losing not only her house but her young son is taken away from her.

Director: Victor Halperin | Stars: Neil Hamilton, Marian Nixon, Judith Barrie, Norman Kerry

Halperin directs and writes this small-budget film for Liberty Pictures.

Halperin writes, directs, and serves as producer for this film for the Victor Halperin Production company.

After a couple years in the business, Victor Halperin decides to direct his first film, as well as write it. Halperin also produced the feature for his self-titled production company.

Halperin directs and produces this comedy for Z-grade film company, Welcome Pictures.

Halperin directs this musical for the Robert Kane Production company.

Victor Halperin wrote the story that this comedy was made from.

Victor Halperin crafted the story for this film for his production company.

13. Convoy (1927)

80 min | Drama

Convoy is a lost 1927 silent World War I drama starring Lowell Sherman and Dorothy Mackaill and released through First National Pictures.

Directors: Joseph Boyle, Lothar Mendes | Stars: Lowell Sherman, Dorothy Mackaill, William Collier Jr., Lawrence Gray

Votes: 7

Halperin served as an associate producer for this low-budget spy story.



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