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Harry Smith (I) (1923–1991)

Harry Smith was born on May 29, 1923 in Portland, Oregon, USA as Harry Everett Smith. He was a director and writer, known for Number 3: Interwoven (1946), Number 1 (1939) and Number 2: Message from the Sun (1941). He died on November 26, 1991 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Number 3: Interwoven
(1946)
Number 1
Number 1 Director
(1939)
Number 10
Number 10 Director
(1956)

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 1987 Early Abstractions (Short)
 1980 Mahagonny
 1966 Number 15
 1962 Number 13
 1956 Number 10 (Short)
 1954 Number 8
 1954 Number 9
 1951 Number 7 (Short)
 1950 Number 6 (Short)
 1947 Number 4: Manteca (Short)
 1946 Number 3: Interwoven (Short)
 1939 Number 1 (Short)
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Once owned the world's largest collection of paper airplanes, which he donated to the Smithsonian Air-Space Museum See more »

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