Born in Detroit, Cambridge-educated Seymour Friedman entered films in 1937 as an assistant editor, eventually graduating to assistant director. After WW II service, he returned to the film industry as a director, mainly of routine, low-budget action films, many for Columbia Pictures, debuting with
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Died after returning from giving his maid a lift home. He drove into the driveway of his West Los Angeles home, put his car in park and suddenly died of a heart attack behind the steering wheel.
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