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Also Known As: Paul Parrott Died: May 10, 1939
Born: August 8, 1892 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Baltimore, Maryland, USA Profession: director, actor

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James Parrott worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. At the start of his career, Parrott directed "The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case" (1930) and the Stan Laurel comedy "Pardon Us" (1931). As a screenwriter, he wrote "The Music Box" (1932), "Way Out West" (1937) with Stan Laurel and "Block-Heads" (1938) with Stan Laurel. Later in his career, Parrott wrote the musical comedy "Swiss Miss" (1938) with Stan Laurel. Parrott passed away in May 1939 at the age of 47.

James Parrott worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. At the start of his career, Parrott directed "The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case" (1930) and the Stan Laurel comedy "Pardon Us" (1931). As a screenwriter, he wrote "The Music Box" (1932), "Way Out West" (1937) with Stan Laurel and "Block-Heads" (1938) with Stan Laurel. Later in his career, Parrott wrote the musical comedy "Swiss Miss" (1938) with Stan Laurel. Parrott passed away in May 1939 at the age of 47.

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DIRECTOR:

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  De bote en bote (1931) Director
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  MonerĂ­as (1931) Director
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  Muraglie (1931)
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  Pardon Us (1931)
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  Now I'll Tell One (1927) Director
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  On the Front (1926) Director
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  The Tin Man (1935)

CAST: (feature film)

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 The Rap (1931)
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 The King (1930)
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 Young Mr. Jazz (1919)
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 Big Idea, The (1918)
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brother:
Charlie Chase. Actor, director, screenwriter.

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