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DIRECTOR:

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  Home Town Story (1951) Director
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  The Fighting O'Flynn (1949) Director
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  Dangerous Years (1948) Director
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  Unconquered (1947) Rehearsal dir
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  The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) Dialogue Director
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  Behind Green Lights (1946) Dialogue Director
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  Dragonwyck (1946) Dialogue Director
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  A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945) Dialogue Director
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  Hangover Square (1945) Dialogue Director
10.
  Doll Face (1945) Dialogue Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Follies Girl (1943) Sgt. Bill Perkins
2.
 Sweet Surrender (1935) Nick Harrington
3.
 Murder in the Clouds (1934) Jason
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 You Belong to Me (1934) Hap Stanley
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 Before Midnight (1933) Doctor [David Marsh]
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 Air Hostess (1933) Dick Miller
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 The Devil's Brother (1933) [Captain] Lorenzo
9.
 The Way to Love (1933) [Monsieur] Joe
10.
 Bachelor's Affairs (1932) Oliver Denton
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Tony Scott ( 2006-03-17 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Born: June 16, 1901 Oslo, Norway
Died: January 1, 1975 Santa Monica, CA
Pierson, who was raised in Seattle, made his Broadway debut in 1929 and then signed with Paramount Pictures. Paramount used him as a rehearsal director for DeMille and Ernst Lubitsch. He played in a couple films for Fox and returned to Broadway in 1935, marrying co-star Ruth Matteson in 1937. He returned to Hollywood in the 1940s and directed a handful of films before moving into television.

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