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Bannister Merwin (1873 – 22 February 1922), was an American film director. He directed 141 films between 1909 and 1921. He was associated with Edison Studios and the London Film Company. Merwin often wrote with his wife, Anne Merwin.
- For the Cause of the South (1912)
- In His Father's Steps (1912)
- Holding the Fort (1912)
- Helping John (1912)
- The Sunset Gun (1912)
- Liberty Hall (1914)
- The Black Spot (1914)
- She Stoops to Conquer (1914)
- A Turf Conspiracy (1918)
- The Silver Greyhound (1919)
- The Land of Mystery (1920)
- London Pride (1920)
- The Pursuit of Pamela (1920)
- True Tilda (1920)
- The Golden Dawn (1921)
- The Magistrate (1921)
- Anthony Slide (15 June 2015). A Special Relationship: Britain Comes to Hollywood and Hollywood Comes to Britain. University Press of Mississippi. pp. 86–. ISBN 978-1-62846-088-9. Retrieved 5 May 2019.
- The Edison Kinetogram. Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated. 1913.
- Low, Rachael (2013-09-13). The History of British Film (Volume 2): The History of the British Film 1906 - 1914. Routledge. ISBN 9781136205859.
- Works by Bannister Merwin at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Bannister Merwin at Internet Archive
- Bannister Merwin at IMDb
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