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Alfred E. Green

Alfred E. Green

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Also Known As: Alfred Green Died: September 4, 1960
Born: July 11, 1889 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Ferris, California, USA Profession: Director ... director actor assistant director
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Prolific and accomplished craftsman who began his career as an actor, graduated to directing two-reelers and made his feature directing debut in 1917. Green scored box office hits with films starring Mary Pickford, Wallace Reid, Thomas Meighan and Colleen Moore, and earned critical acclaim in the sound era with "Dangerous" (1935), starring Bette Davis, and "The Jolson Story" (1946).

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