Emory Johnson (March 16, 1894 – April 18, 1960) was an American film director and actor.
He was married to Ella Hall. They had two children, future B-movie actress Ellen Hall and a son, Richard Emory, who also would later have a limited acting career.
In 1921, he acted in The Sea Lion and Prisoners of Love. In 1926, he directed the silent film, Fourth Commandment.
- The Gray Ghost (1917)
- Green Eyes (1918)
- Johanna Enlists (1918)
- Alias Mike Moran (1919)
- The Woman Next Door (1919)
- She Couldn't Help It (1920)
- Prisoners of Love (1921)
- The Sea Lion (1921)
- Always the Woman (1922)
- In the Name of the Law (1922) (director)
- The Third Alarm (1922) (director)
- The Last Edition (1925) (director)
- Fourth Commandment (1926) (director)
- The Third Alarm (1930) (director)
- The Phantom Express (1932) (director)