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Harry D'Arcy (1899–1960)

Harry D'Arcy was born on September 24, 1899 in El Paso, Texas, USA. He was an assistant director and writer, known for An Apple in His Eye (1941), A Quiet Fourth (1941) and Man-I-Cured (1941). He died on March 7, 1960 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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An Apple in His Eye
A Quiet Fourth
Man-I-Cured Writer
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 1959 -30- (assistant director)
 1956-1959 Dragnet (TV Series) (assistant director - 5 episodes)
- The Big Counterfeit (1959) ... (assistant director)
- The Big Oskar (1958) ... (assistant director)
- The Big War (1958) ... (assistant director)
- The Big Net (1956) ... (assistant director)
- The Big Wish (1956) ... (assistant director)
 1957 Jet Pilot (assistant director - uncredited)
 1957 The D.I. (assistant director)
 1955 Pete Kelly's Blues (assistant director)
 1953 Affair with a Stranger (assistant director - uncredited)
 1950 Walk Softly, Stranger (assistant director)
 1948 The Miracle of the Bells (assistant director)
 1947 The Judge Steps Out (assistant director)
 1947 They Won't Believe Me (assistant director)
 1947 Beat the Band (assistant director)
 1946 The Locket (assistant director)
 1946 Genius at Work (assistant director)
 1946 Sister Kenny (assistant director)
 1946 Riverboat Rhythm (assistant director)
 1945 Mama Loves Papa (assistant director)
 1945 Radio Stars on Parade (assistant director)
 1944 Youth Runs Wild (assistant director)
 1944 The Curse of the Cat People (assistant director)
 1943 Gildersleeve on Broadway (assistant director)
 1942 Call Out the Marines (second unit director)
 1940 Bullet Code (assistant director - uncredited)
 1940 Legion of the Lawless (assistant director - uncredited)
 1939 The Fighting Gringo (assistant director - uncredited)
 1935 Top Hat (assistant director - uncredited)
 1935 She (first assistant director - uncredited)
 1933 Flying Down to Rio (assistant director: additional scenes - uncredited)
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