David Horsley
(Movies & TV)
Francis Boggs
(Movies & TV)
Victoria Forde
(Movies & TV)
Bobby Vernon
(Movies & TV)
Colleen Moore
(Movies & TV)
Gloria Swanson
(Movies & TV)
Ann Christy
(Movies & TV)

See also

Al Christie

Knowledge Identifier: +Al_Christie


Al Christie

Canadian-born motion picture director, producer and screenwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1881.

Countries: United States (83%), (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: David Horsley, Francis Boggs, Victoria Forde

Linked to: Centaur Film Company, Christie Film Company, Nestor Film Company




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Al Christie was born in 1881 add something


Al Christie began his career in 1909 working for David Horsley's Nestor film company in Bayonne, New Jersey add something


In 1910, at Horsley's Centaur Film Company, Christie began turning out one single reel of a "Mutt and Jeff" comedy picture every week add something


This operation was the first ever movie studio to be built in Hollywood It opened October 27, 1911 add something


Francis Boggs - Ironically, that same day in 1911, David Horsley and Al Christie set up their Nestor Studios in Hollywood sounding the death knell for Edendale as the film production center of Los Angeles


Film studio - The first movie studio in the Hollywood area was Nestor Studios, opened in 1911 by Al Christie for David Horsley


Victoria Forde - In 1912, at age 16, she signed with Nestor Studios to make comedy films under director Al Christie


Bobby Vernon - He began starring in Keystone romantic comedies opposite Gloria Swanson in 1915, and in Al Christie romantic comedies in 1917


Colleen Moore - This was in 1920, and it was a good move because it allowed her to work on her comic timing, and because the arrangement she had made with Al Christie allowed her to go out and look for other work while with the comic troupe


Jimmie Adams - In 1921 Adams starred in two-reel comedies for Educational Pictures and Al Christie


Ann Christy - That same year, she *awarded an Al Christie comedy leading lady film contract in May 1927


Al Christie formed a partnership with his brother Charles to form Christie Film Company which lasted until 1933 when the company went into receivership add something

Al Christie died in 1951 add something