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Wilfred Buckland (April 18, 1866 – July 18, 1946) was an American art director. Buckland worked as an art director with Cecil B. DeMille and Jesse Lasky, and later with Alan Dwan, from 1914-1927. He was Hollywood's first "art director" and is credited with a number of advancements in filmmaking, including the advances in lighting techniques, the development of architectural sets, and the use of miniature sets. In 1924, he was named one of the ten individuals who had contributed the most to the advancement of the motion picture industry since the time of its inception. A 1980 exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum advanced the argument that "everything we know as 'Hollywood' traces to Wilfred Buckland." Buckland was among the first inductees in the Art Directors Guild Hall of Fame. Wikipedia

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Art Director

Art Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Squaw Man1914uncredited
Almost Human1927/I
The Forbidden Woman1927
Omar the Tentmaker1922
Robin Hood1922supervising art director
The Masquerader1922
The Deuce of Spades1922
Brewster's Millions1921
Always Audacious1920
Conrad in Quest of His Youth1920
The Furnace1920
Eyes of the Heart1920
Held by the Enemy1920
A City Sparrow1920
You Never Can Tell1920
The Fourteenth Man1920
The Soul of Youth1920
Crooked Streets1920
A Cumberland Romance1920
The City of Masks1920
A Lady in Love1920
Thou Art the Man1920
Mrs. Temple's Telegram1920
The Dancin' Fool1920
Terror Island1920
Excuse My Dust1920
Why Change Your Wife?1920
Male and Female1919
The Woman Next Door1919
For Better, for Worse1919
Something to Do1919
The Roaring Road1919
Don't Change Your Husband1919
The Squaw Man1918uncredited
Such a Little Pirate1918
Her Country First1918
The Girl Who Came Back1918
The Cruise of the Make-Believes1918
Till I Come Back to You1918
We Can't Have Everything1918
Old Wives for New1918
The Whispering Chorus1918
Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley1918
One More American1918
The Widow's Might1918
Stella Maris1918
The Secret Game1917
Reaching for the Moon1917
The Woman God Forgot1917
The Call of the East1917
The Crystal Gazer1917
The Little American1917
A Romance of the Redwoods1917
A Mormon Maid1917
The American Consul1917
Joan the Woman1916
The Victoria Cross1916
The Plow Girl1916
The Soul of Kura San1916
Anton the Terrible1916
Public Opinion1916
The Dream Girl1916
The Clown1916
Sweet Kitty Bellairs1916
Maria Rosa1916
The Heart of Nora Flynn1916
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine1916
Pudd'nhead Wilson1916
The Ragamuffin1916
Temptation1915
The Golden Chance1915/I
The Cheat1915
Chimmie Fadden Out West1915
Carmen1915/I
The Secret Sin1915
Blackbirds1915
The Arab1915
The Captive1915
The Unafraid1915Short uncredited
Young Romance1915
The Girl of the Golden West1915
The Virginian1914
The Call of the North1914
Brewster's Millions1914

Production Designer

Production Designer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hawthorne of the U.S.A.1919
The Roaring Road1919
The Goat1918
Johanna Enlists1918
The Source1918
Less Than Kin1918
The City of Dim Faces1918
M'Liss1918
The Devil-Stone1917
The Little Princess1917
The Selfish Woman1916

Art Department

Art Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Iron Mask1929artist
You're Fired1919art titles
Sandy1918set designer

Assistant Director

Assistant Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Perfect Crime1921assistant director
The Man on the Box1914assistant director

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chimmie Fadden1915Short technical director

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#Fact
1Buckland was a leading designer from the New York stage (primarily for David Belasco), who became the first genuine art director in Hollywood. After working on The Squaw Man (1914), he became a regular collaborator of Cecil B. DeMille and cameraman Alvin Wyckoff. Under contract to Jesse Lasky (1914-20) at Famous Players, he pioneered artificial lighting and controlled use of shadows. He was also the first to use real furniture in his sets. His crowning achievement was the massive castle he created for Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood (1922).
2Inducted into the Art Directors Guild Hall of Fame in 2004.
3His only son, Bill, when an adult, had psychological problems which resulted in his treatment with electric shock therapy. Because of this, Bill needed constant care, which became his father's sole responsibility after Bill's mother's death. Despondent, the elderly Wilfred shot his son in the head and killed him as he slept, before taking his own life with the same gun.
4He was the first film director to use klieg lights.
5He originated interior lighting in the American film industry.


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