Person - Hill, George W. (1885-1934)

Hill, George W. (1885-1934)

Identification

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Person

Preferred form:

Hill, George W. (1885-1934)Other forms

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

Kansas (estado, Estados Unidos)  1895-04-25 - California (Estados Unidos)  1934-08-10

History:

US scriptwriter and film and photography director. He debuted as director with "While the Devil Laughs" (1921) and in 1924 he directed "The Midnight Express", which was well received. In the following years his work began to acquire a greater fame, which allowed him to work with movie stars such as Jackie Coogan (1914-1984) and Marion Davies (1897-1961). In 1926 he filmed "Tell It to the Marines" and in 1930 "The Big House". He directed his last film in 1933, "Clear All Wires!".

Occupations

Profession (carried on by):

Screenwriters

Profession (carried on by):

Film directors

Places

Lugar de Nacimiento:

Kansas (estado, Estados Unidos) in 1895-04-25

Lugar de Defunción:

California (Estados Unidos) in 1934-08-10

Subjects

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Varón

External Links

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IMDb

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VIAF

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