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Also Known As: Died: March 8, 1975
Born: December 18, 1904 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Oakland, California, USA Profession: Director ...
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1909:
First appearance on stage at Alcazar Theater in San Francisco in "Sappho"
1920:
Became actor and stage manager for father's theatrical company
1921:
Moved to Hollywood; began working as assistant and second cameraman
1924:
First film as cameraman, "The White Sheep"
1927:
Joined Hal Roach as cameraman and scriptwriter for Laurel and Hardy, Our Gang, and Harry Langdon comedy shorts
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Directed first two-reel comedies for Roach
1930:
First film as director, "Ladies Past"
1932:
Directed shorts for Universal and RKO
1933:
Directed first feature film, "The Cohens and the Kellys in Trouble"
1938:
Producing debut, "Vivacious Lady"
1943:
Joined US Army Signal Corps and became head of Special Motion Pictures Unit
1945:
Formed Liberty Films with William Wyler, Frank Capra and Samuel J. Briskin

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