Former child actor who gained attention as a director in Mexico. From the mid-1930s until the late 50s Auer turned out a bevy of middling films, almost exclusively for Republic and RKO. Among Auer's better-remembered films are "Gangway for Tomorrow" (1943) and "City That Never Sleeps" (1953).
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Film acting debut
Directed first films in Mexico, including "Una Vida per Otra"
Directed first American films, "Frankie and Johnnie" and "The Crime of Dr. Crespi" (which he also wrote and produced)
Last film, "Johnny Trouble" (also produced)