Fred Guiol Net Worth

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Mini Biography

Fred Guiol was created on Feb 17, 1898 in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA as Frederick Lawrence Guiol. He was a movie director and article writer, known for Large (1956), Perform Detectives Think that? (1927) and Like ‘Em and Weep (1927). He was wedded to Ethel Hall. He passed away on, may 23, 1964 in Bishop, California.

Known for movies

1Daughter: Margaret Peggy Jean Guiol (1922-1988).
2He's credited with putting Oliver Hardy into the film Duck Soup (1927) instead of Hal Roach stock actor Syd Crossley, thus beginning Stan Laurel's and Hardy's appearances together.
3The Fred Guiol Script Collection is housed in the Paulina June and George Pollak Library at California State University, Fullerton. It contains over 111 titles written, produced, directed or worked on during his 35-year Hollywood career from the 1920s to the 1960s. Donated on November 6, 1970, by Guiol's daughter Mrs. Peggy Davis.
4Brother of actress Clara Guiol.
5Began his film career as a prop boy for D.W. Griffith and moved on to photograph and direct at the Hal Roach studios, where he met another upcoming cameraman/director, George Stevens; both men worked on many of the best Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy silent shorts. When Stevens moved on to RKO in the sound era, Guiol went with him. Unfortunately, many of the "B" films Guiol directed there did not make money. Stevens, however, never forgot him, hiring him as a screenwriter on Gunga Din (1939), associate producer on Penny Serenade (1941) and The More the Merrier (1943), producer of The Talk of the Town (1942) and associate director on A Place in the Sun (1951) and Shane (1953). In 1956 Guiol shared an Academy Award nomination for his screenplay on Stevens' Giant (1956).


Botsford's Beanery1955TV Movie
My Hero1953TV Series 1 episode
Mr. Walkie Talkie1952
Here Comes Trouble1948
Hay Foot1942
Miss Polly1941
Tanks a Million1941
Mummy's Boys1936
Silly Billies1936
Too Many Surprises1936Short
The Rainmakers1935
A Quiet Fourth1935Short
Raised and Called1935Short
Horse Heir1935Short
The Big Mouthpiece1934Short
Trailing Along1934Short
What's Your Racket?1934
She Snoops to Conquer1931Short
Chasing Trouble1931Short
Parents Wanted1931Short
Disappearing Enemies1931Short unconfirmed
Campus Champs1931Short
Over the Radio1930Short
Breakfast in Bed1930Short
Hold the Baby1930Short
Traffic Tangle1930Short
The Boss's Orders1930Short
Live and Learn1930Short
Rich Uncles1930Short
The Fighting Parson1930Short as Fred L. Guiol
The Head Guy1930Short as Fred L. Guiol
Skirt Shy1929Short uncredited
Feed 'em and Weep1928Short
The Boy Friend1928/IShort
Their Purple Moment1928Short uncredited
The Fight Pest1928Short
Limousine Love1928Short
Aching Youth1928Short
The Family Group1928Short
Pass the Gravy1928Short as Fred L. Guiol
Fighting Fathers1927Short
Do Detectives Think?1927Short
The Second 100 Years1927Short
Sailors, Beware!1927Short
Sugar Daddies1927Short
With Love and Hisses1927Short
Why Girls Love Sailors1927Short
Love 'Em and Weep1927Short
Slipping Wives1927Short
Duck Soup1927Short
Two-Time Mama1927Short
45 Minutes from Hollywood1926Short
Get 'Em Young1926Short
Along Came Auntie1926Short as Fred L. Guiol
The Cow's Kimona1926Short
Don Key (Son of Burro)1926Short
Say It with Babies1926Short
Ukulele Sheiks1926Short
The Hug Bug1926Short
Your Husband's Past1926Short
Long Pants1926Short
Flaming Flappers1925Short
Hold Everything1925Short
Papa Be Good!1925Short
Cuckoo Love1925Short
The Big Kick1925Short
The Bouncer1925Short
Tell It to a Policeman1925Short
A Sailor Papa1925Short
The Haunted Honeymoon1925Short
Meet the Missus1924Short
The Goofy Age1924Short
Battling Orioles1924
Don't Park There1924Short
Hit the High Spots1924Short
Help One Another1924Short
The Great Outdoors1923Short
Heavy Seas1923Short


Room Mates1933Short story
The Cohens and Kellys in Trouble1933writer
Should Crooners Marry1933Short writer
Boys Will Be Boys1932Short
The Finishing Touch1932Short
Who, Me?1932Short
Chasing Trouble1931Short story
Over the Radio1930Short story
The Boss's Orders1930Short
Live and Learn1930Short
Rich Uncles1930Short story
Love 'Em and Weep1927Short uncredited
The Haunted Honeymoon1925Short scenario
Giant1956screen play
Abroad with Two Yanks1944story
Vigil in the Night1940screenplay
Gunga Din1939screen play
Silly Billies1936story
The Rainmakers1935story
The Nitwits1935screen play
Raised and Called1935Short story
Horse Heir1935Short story
The Dancing Millionaire1934Short story
The Big Mouthpiece1934Short story
Kentucky Kernels1934screen play
Ocean Swells1934Short story
Trailing Along1934Short story
Cracked Shots1934Short
Rough Necking1934Short story
Strictly Fresh Yeggs1934Short
Grin and Bear It1933Short story
What Fur1933Short story
Flirting in the Park1933Short writer
Quiet Please!1933Short story


Two Knights from Brooklyn1949producer
Here Comes Trouble1948producer
Yanks Ahoy1943producer
The More the Merrier1943associate producer
Taxi, Mister1943associate producer
Prairie Chickens1943producer
Two Mugs from Brooklyn1942associate producer
Fall In1942producer
The Talk of the Town1942associate producer
About Face1942Short producer
Dudes Are Pretty People1942Short associate producer
Hay Foot1942producer
Niagara Falls1941producer - uncredited
Penny Serenade1941associate producer
Two Plus Fours1930Short supervising producer


The Diary of Anne Frank1959technical advisor - uncredited
Shane1953associate director
Something to Live For1952associate director
A Place in the Sun1951associate director
Safety Last!1923technical staff - as Fred L. Guiol
A Sailor-Made Man1921technical director - uncredited


Just Neighbors1919Short
Spring Fever1919/IShort


A Sailor-Made Man1921Enlistee (uncredited)

Assistant Director

Giant1956second unit director

Nominated Awards

1957OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, Best Screenplay - AdaptedGiant (1956)
1957WGA Award (Screen)Writers Guild of America, USABest Written American DramaGiant (1956)

3rd Place Awards

1956NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ScreenplayGiant (1956)


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