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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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Trivia:

Compiled six-album set "The Anthology of American Folk Music" for Folkways Records, drawing largely on his own record collection, most of which he later sold to the New York Public Library. See more »

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