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T. Hayes Hunter (1884–1944)

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Former stage manager, in films from the early 1910's with Biograph and Kalem. Directed many melodramas and thrillers in the 1920's, before moving to Britain in 1927. Best known for the Boris Karloff horror The Ghoul (1933). Retired from films a year later.

Died:

(age 59) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Ghoul
The Ghoul Director
(1933)
Lime Kiln Club Field Day
(1913)
While Father Telephoned
(1913)
The Vampire's Trail
(1914)

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Alternate Names:

T. Hays Hunter | Thomas H. Hunter

Height:

5' 8" (1.73 m)
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Trivia:

Former stage manager, in films from the early 1910's with Biograph and Kalem. Directed many melodramas and thrillers in the 1920's, before moving to Britain in 1927. Best known for the Boris Karloff horror The Ghoul (1933). Retired from films a year later.

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