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DIRECTOR:

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  Ladies Must Live (1921) Director
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  The Miracle Man (1919) Director
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  Virtuous Wives (1918) Director
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  Joan of Plattsburg (1918) Director
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  Dodging a Million (1918) Director
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  Mother (1917) Director
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  The Cinderella Man (1917) Director
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  Traffic in Souls (1913) Director

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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

b. June 12, 1872 Chicago, IL,
d. June 20, 1921 Los Angeles, CA.
A former railroad clerk, Tucker made a name for himself in 1913 with a film entitled "Traffic in Souls." He and several other directors financed $7500 to make the film and within days, it had grossed half a million dollars. In 1913, Tucker moved to England and made a number of highly regarded films, returning to the U.S. in 1917. Tucker was married to actress Elisabeth Risdon.

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