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Stephen Carr (I) (1906–1986)

Stephen Carr was born on April 23, 1906 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Stephen Griffin Carr. He is known for his work on Adventures of Superman (1952), Little Old New York (1923) and Hell's Angels (1930). He died on May 20, 1986 in North Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »
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Adventures of Superman
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Little Old New York
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Hell's Angels
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Superman and the Mole-Men
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 1955 Bobby Ware Is Missing (dialogue supervisor)
  Adventures of Superman (TV Series) (script supervisor - 52 episodes, 1952 - 1954) (dialogue director - 47 episodes, 1952 - 1954)
- Around the World with Superman (1954) ... (dialogue director - uncredited) / (script supervisor - uncredited)
- The Whistling Bird (1954) ... (dialogue director - uncredited) / (script supervisor - uncredited)
- Star of Fate (1954) ... (dialogue director - uncredited) / (script supervisor - uncredited)
- Lady in Black (1954) ... (dialogue director - uncredited) / (script supervisor - uncredited)
- Jimmy Olsen, Boy Editor (1954) ... (dialogue director - uncredited) / (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1950-1952 Dick Tracy (TV Series) (dialogue director - 16 episodes)
- Dick Tracy and Influence (1952) ... (dialogue director)
- The Egyptian Mummy Case (1951) ... (dialogue director)
- The Case of the Dangerous Dollars (1951) ... (dialogue director)
- Dick Tracy meets Heels Beals (1951) ... (dialogue director)
- Dick Tracy and the Foreign Agents (1951) ... (dialogue director)
 1951 Superman and the Mole-Men (dialogue director - as Steve Carr) / (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1949 Bruce Gentry (dialogue director - uncredited)
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Son of actor William Carr. See more »



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