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Also Known As: Dick Rosson Died: May 31, 1953
Born: April 4, 1893 Cause of Death: suicide
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: director

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  White Witch Doctor (1953) 2nd Unit Director
2.
  Outpost in Morocco (1949) 2nd Unit Director
3.
  Joan of Arc (1948) 2nd Unit Director
4.
  The Yearling (1947) Asst dir of footage shot in 1941
5.
  The Sea of Grass (1947) 2nd Unit Director
6.
  Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944) 2nd Unit Director
7.
  Corvette K-225 (1943) Director
8.
  Apache Trail (1942) Director
9.
  The Get-Away (1941) Director
10.
  Florian (1940) 2nd Unit Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Always the Woman (1922) Mahmud
2.
 Her Face Value (1921) Eddie Malone
3.
 For Those We Love (1921) Jimmy Arnold
4.
 Beating the Game (1921) Ben Fanchette
5.
 Chasing Rainbows (1919) Skinny
6.
 Playthings of Passion (1919) Spiffy
7.
 Peggy Does Her Darndest (1919) Bob Ensloe
8.
 The Secret Garden (1919) Colin Craven
9.
 The Poor Boob (1919) Jimmy Borden
10.
 The Shoes That Danced (1918) Stumpy Darcy
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brother:
Arthur Rosson. Director. Born in 1886; died in 1960.
brother:
Hal Rosson. Director of photography. Born in 1895; died in 1988.
sister:
Helene Rosson. Actor.

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TLS ( 2006-05-03 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

Rosson began his career in 1912 and continued acting until 1922. He had attended Newport schools and was a member of the Emmanuel Church choir when he was young. Rosson had been ill for a year after contracting a tropical disease in South Africa. His wife found his body in his car in the garage of their home. A suicide note was found simply stating that he “couldn’t go on.”

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