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Also Known As: Died: February 6, 1973
Born: March 19, 1875 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: LondonUK Profession: director, screenwriter, producer, teacher

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George Pearson made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on the Johnny Yesno drama "Cold Journey" (1975). In 1913, he made his directorial debut with the silent short "A Lighter Burden." In 1912, he received a screenwriting credit on "Peg Woffington." In 1914, he directed the first film adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "A Study In Scarlet."

George Pearson made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on the Johnny Yesno drama "Cold Journey" (1975). In 1913, he made his directorial debut with the silent short "A Lighter Burden." In 1912, he received a screenwriting credit on "Peg Woffington." In 1914, he directed the first film adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "A Study In Scarlet."

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  Shot in the Dark, A (1933) Director
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  Reveille (1924)
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  Better 'Ole, The (1918) Director

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Education

University of Oxford: Oxford , England -

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