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Paul Sloane (II) (1893–1963)

Paul Sloane was born on April 16, 1893 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a writer and director, known for The Sun Sets at Dawn (1950), Here Comes the Band (1935) and The Blue Danube (1928). He was married to Lillian Birnbaum and Margret Newberry. He died on November 15, 1963 in Santa Monica, California, USA. See full bio »

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The Sun Sets at Dawn
Here Comes the Band
The Blue Danube
War Correspondent


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 1952 Feng ye qing
 1950 The Sun Sets at Dawn (written by - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1939 Geronimo (writer)
 1938 The Texans (screenplay)
 1935 Here Comes the Band (original screen play)
 1933 Lone Cowboy (story)
 1928 The Blue Danube (writer)
 1924 Manhattan
 1923 Big Brother (writer)
 1923 Homeward Bound (scenario)
 1923 If Winter Comes (writer)
 1922 My Friend the Devil (adaptation - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1922/I The Village Blacksmith (adaptation - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1922 The Town That Forgot God (screenplay - as Paul H. Sloane) / (story - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1922 Who Are My Parents? (as Paul H. Sloane)
 1922 Silver Wings
 1922 Without Fear (as Paul H. Sloane)
 1922 A Stage Romance (as Paul H. Sloane)
 1921 Thunderclap (screenplay - as Paul H. Sloane) / (story - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1921 Beyond Price (screenplay - as Paul H. Sloane) / (story - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1921 His Greatest Sacrifice (screenplay - as Paul H. Sloane) / (story - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1921 Know Your Men (as Paul H. Sloane)
 1920 The Scuttlers (scenario - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1920/I The Thief (Short) (scenario - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1920 The Tiger's Cub (scenario - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1920 Over the Hill to the Poorhouse (scenario - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1920 The Dead Line (screenplay - as Paul H. Sloane) / (story - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1920 A Manhattan Knight (scenario - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1919 The Wolf (scenario)
 1917 The Lady of the Photograph (scenario - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1917 The Royal Pauper (scenario - as Paul H. Sloane)
 1917 Pardners (scenario - as Paul H. Sloane)
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American writer/director, in films with Edison from 1914. Under contract with Paramount from 1925. Made his last motion picture in Japan in 1952.

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