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Oscar Apfel

Oscar Apfel

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Also Known As: Oscar Apfel,Oscar C. Apfel Died: March 21, 1938
Born: January 17, 1879 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cleveland, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ... director producer screenwriter actor
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Entering film as a director in 1911, Apfel enjoyed several successful collaborations with Cecil B. DeMille (notably on "The Squaw Man" 1914), before moving to Fox and then free-lancing for a number of years. His behind-the-camera career faded by the late 1920s, though, and subsequently he found steady work as a character actor in the sound era, most typically in distinguished, authoritative roles.

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