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Kroger Babb (1906–1980)

Kroger Babb was born on December 30, 1906 in Lees Creek, Ohio, USA as Howard W. Babb. He is known for his work on Mom and Dad (1945), Secrets of Beauty (1951) and One Too Many (1950). He was married to Mildred Horn and Luella Sutton. He died on January 28, 1980 in Palm Springs, California, USA. See full bio »

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Mom and Dad
Mom and Dad Producer
Secrets of Beauty
One Too Many
One Too Many Producer
Summer with Monika
Summer with Monika Miscellaneous Crew


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 1970 Walk the Walk (producer)
 1953 Halfway to Hell (Documentary) (producer)
 1951 Secrets of Beauty (producer)
 1950 One Too Many (producer)
 1949 The Lawton Story (producer)
 1945 Mom and Dad (producer)
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 1965 Uncle Tom's Cabin (u.s. version supervisor)
 1961 Kipling's Women (presenter)
 1955 Karamoja (Documentary) (presenter)
 1953 Summer with Monika (presenter - re-edited US version)
 1949 Wild Weed (presenter)
 1938 Child Bride (presenter - 1945 reissue)
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 1951 Secrets of Beauty (story)
 1950 One Too Many (story)
 1945 Mom and Dad (screenplay)
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 1951 Secrets of Beauty
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 2001 Schlock! The Secret History of American Movies (Documentary)

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As a kid he worked at a Kroger grocery store. His friends began calling him "Kroger" and the name stuck. When he became a showman this proved to be an asset since "Kroger Babb" was more memorable than his given name Howard W. Babb. See more »


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