Frank Lloyd

Frank Lloyd

Made his English stage debut in 1901, moving to Canada in 1909 and the US in 1913. Lloyd began directing in the mid-teens and turned out in excess of 100 films, for a variety of studios, during a lengthy career. He is noted primarily for his technical prowess, though films such as "Berkeley Square" (1933), in which Leslie Howard blithely communicates with the long-dead, displayed a considerable degree of invention and imagination. Other noted achievements include "Mutiny on the Bounty" (1935) and "Cavalcade" (1933).