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Also Known As: Mal St. Clair Died: June 1, 1952
Born: May 17, 1897 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: director, actor, gagwriter, cartoonist

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St. Clair directed several Sennett and Keaton comedies and a handful of routine Rin Tin Tin actioners before scoring his finest achievement with the sophisticated "Are Parents People?" (1925). His career tailed off with the advent of sound.

St. Clair directed several Sennett and Keaton comedies and a handful of routine Rin Tin Tin actioners before scoring his finest achievement with the sophisticated "Are Parents People?" (1925). His career tailed off with the advent of sound.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Arthur Takes Over (1948) Director
2.
  Fighting Back (1948) Director
3.
  The Bullfighters (1945) Director
4.
  The Big Noise (1944) Director
5.
  Swing Out the Blues (1944) Director
6.
  The Dancing Masters (1943) Director
7.
  Jitterbugs (1943) Director
8.
  Two Weeks to Live (1943) Director
9.
  Over My Dead Body (1943) Director
10.
  Tales of Manhattan (1942) Addl dir on W. C. Fields seq

CAST: (feature film)

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 Yankee Doodle in Berlin (1919) The Crown Prince
3.
 The Goat (1921)
4.
 His Bitter Pill (1916)
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Worked as newspaper sports cartoonist
1915:
Joined Mack Sennett as bit player and gag writer; appeared as a Keystone Kop
1919:
Began directing Sennett comedy shorts
1923:
Feature film directorial debut, "George Washington Jr."
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"Malcom St. Clair" Scarecrow Press

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