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Ken G. Hall (1901–1994)

Ken G. Hall was born on February 22, 1901 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia as Kenneth George Hall. He was a director and producer, known for The Exploits of the Emden (1928), Timberland Terror (1937) and The Farmer Goes to Town (1938). He was married to Irene Addison. He died on February 8, 1994 in Sydney. See full bio »

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Timberland Terror
The Farmer Goes to Town
Vengeance of the Deep


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Pioneer Australian film maker, a former journalist, stage manager and movie publicist. Hall turned out modestly made, but popular motion pictures as head of Cinesound Studios during the 1930's and 40's (including the successful 'Rudd Family' series). Cinesound was later partly owned by the Rank Organisation. Hall then moved into television, working as general manager of Australia's first TV ... See more »

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