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Albert Parker enjoyed success as a director over the course of his Hollywood career, owed mainly to a vast supply of imagination and a fierce attention to detail. Parker received his start directing films, including work on "Arizona" (1918) and "The Eyes of Youth" (1919). "The Knickerbocker Buckaroo" (1919), "The Branded Woman" (1920) and "Sherlock Holmes" (1922). He also appeared in the Douglas Fairbanks adventure "The Black Pirate" (1926). followed in those yearsLater in his career, Parker directed "The Love of Sunya" (1927). Parker passed away in August 1974 at the age of 89.

Albert Parker enjoyed success as a director over the course of his Hollywood career, owed mainly to a vast supply of imagination and a fierce attention to detail. Parker received his start directing films, including work on "Arizona" (1918) and "The Eyes of Youth" (1919). "The Knickerbocker Buckaroo" (1919), "The Branded Woman" (1920) and "Sherlock Holmes" (1922). He also appeared in the Douglas Fairbanks adventure "The Black Pirate" (1926). followed in those yearsLater in his career, Parker directed "The Love of Sunya" (1927). Parker passed away in August 1974 at the age of 89.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Murder in the Family (1938) Director
2.
  Troubled Waters (1936) Director
3.
  Blind Man's Bluff (1936) Director
4.
  Late Extra (1935) Director
5.
  Follow the Leader (1930) Dialogue Director
6.
  The Love of Sunya (1927) Director
7.
  The Black Pirate (1926) Director
8.
  The Rejected Woman (1924) Director
9.
  Second Youth (1924) Director
10.
  Sherlock Holmes (1922) Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 In Again--Out Again (1917) Jerry
2.
 The Haunted House (1917) Pete Parks
3.
 American Aristocracy (1916) Percy Peck
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