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Homer Croy (1883–1965)


As a farm boy he would study his vest-pocket dictionary between chores and eventually began submitting articles to farm journals. See more trivia »

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Known For

I Shot Jesse James
Family Honeymoon
They Had to See Paris
Down to Earth
Down to Earth Writer


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 1950 The Baron of Arizona (story - uncredited)
 1949 I Shot Jesse James (article in American Weekly magazine)
 1948 Family Honeymoon (novel)
 1939 I'm from Missouri (stories from the book "Sixteen Hands")
 1936 The Harvester
 1935 Lady Tubbs (novel)
 1932 Down to Earth
 1929 They Had to See Paris (from a novel by)
 1923 West of the Water Tower (novel)
 1915 The Tale of His Pants (Short) (scenario)
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 1915 Homer Croy Along the Nile (Documentary short)
 1915 A Buried City (Documentary short)
 1915 In the Land of the Mikado with Homer Croy (Documentary short)
 1914 Here and There in Japan with Homer Croy (Documentary short)

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Hello, Paris (1930). Musical comedy. Music by Russell Tarbox and Maurice Ruebens. Book by Edgar Smith. Based on the novel by Homer Croy. Lyrics by Charles O. Locke and Frank Bannister. Musical Director: Tom Jones Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Dagand. Additional numbers by Kenneth Friede, Adrian Samish and Harold Stern. ... See more »

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6' 1½" (1.87 m)

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Became stranded in India at the outbreak of World War One while on an around-the-world tour he was making on behalf of several American magazines. Unable to reach his sponsors, a friend (Mae Belle Savelle) was finally able to cable funds for his return. The following year (1915) they were married. See more »

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