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Harold Young (I) (1897–1972)

Harold Young was born on November 13, 1897 in Portland, Oregon, USA. He was a director and editor, known for The Three Caballeros (1944), The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934) and The Mummy's Tomb (1942). He was married to Emily. He died on March 3, 1972 in Beverly Hills, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1961 Witchcraft (TV Movie)
 1957 Carib Gold
 1955 Secret File, U.S.A. (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Mission Windmill (1955)
 1954 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1954 Roogie's Bump
 1954 The Lie (TV Movie)
 1954 Double Barrel Miracle (TV Movie)
 1947 Citizen Saint
 1945 Phantoms, Inc. (Short)
 1944 The Three Caballeros (live action sequences: Patzcuaro/Veracruz/Acapulco)
 1944 Machine Gun Mama (as Harold M. Young)
 1943 Spy Train
 1943 Hi, Buddy
 1943 Hi'ya, Chum
 1939 Sabotage
 1938 The Storm
 1937 52nd Street
 1937 Let Them Live
 1936 Woman Trap
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Other Works:

Stage: Directed "The Last Mrs. Fraser" on Broadway.

Alternate Names:

H. Young | Harold M. Young

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Attended Columbia University. Initially worked as editor for Warner Brothers and MGM, then as supervising editor for Paramount (in Paris) and for Alexander Korda's London Films. His directorial debut resulted in his best film: The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934), for Korda. Returned to Hollywood, under contract to Paramount (1935-36), then Universal (1937-39 and 1941-43), but mostly assigned to routine ... See more »



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