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Also Known As: Died: January 4, 1955
Born: September 30, 1894 Cause of Death: suicide
Birth Place: Illinois, USA Profession: director, screenwriter, journalist, title writer

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Began his career as a staff writer at Warner Bros. and went on to collaborate frequently with Buster Keaton, supplying storylines and screenplays and, with "The General" (1927), co-direction. Bruckman subsequently made several shorts and features under his own steam, but the quality of his work declined from the mid-1930s.

Began his career as a staff writer at Warner Bros. and went on to collaborate frequently with Buster Keaton, supplying storylines and screenplays and, with "The General" (1927), co-direction. Bruckman subsequently made several shorts and features under his own steam, but the quality of his work declined from the mid-1930s.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Spring Tonic (1935) Director
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  Movie Crazy (1932) Director
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  Everything's Rosie (1931) Director
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  Feet First (1930) Director
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  Welcome Danger (1929) Director
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  A Perfect Gentleman (1928) Director
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  Horse Shoes (1927) Director
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  The General (1927) Director
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  Should Tall Men Marry? (1927) Director

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1919:
Screenwriting debut "Three in a Closet"
1921:
Title writer for Monty Banks/Bull Montana comedies
1926:
Directorial debut, "The General"

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