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Harold Austin (I) (1895–1966)

Harold Austin was born on June 22, 1895 in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor and director, known for Duck Hunters' Paradise (1933), Chili and Chills (1932) and Eat 'Em Alive (1933). He died in 1966. See full bio »


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Known For

Duck Hunters' Paradise
Chili and Chills
Chili and Chills Director
Eat 'Em Alive
Eat 'Em Alive Director
Pearls and Devil-Fish


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 1927 The Thrill Seekers
Jimmy, the Chauffeur
 1926 The Night Owl
Jimmy Jackson
 1926 Big Business (Short)
 1926 The Smoke Eaters
Kenneth Wingate
 1926 Eight-Cylinder Bull (Short)
 1925 North Star
Wilbur Gale
 1925 A Cloudy Romance (Short)
 1925 Anything Once
 1924 Black Lightning
Roy Chambers
 1924 Fair and Windy (Short)
Billy - the Husband
 1924 Women's Rights (Short)
Billy - the Husband
 1924 Patching Things Up (Short)
Billy - the Husband
 1924 Why Be Jealous? (Short)
Billy - the Husband
 1924 Why Pay Your Rent? (Short)
Billy - the Husband
 1924 Baffled
Tom Brandon
 1924 The Love Master
 1922 The Man Haters (Short)
 1921 Sweetheart Days (Short)
The Teacher
 1921 Oh, Promise Me (Short)
 1921 Rich Girl, Poor Girl
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