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Alfred E. Green

Alfred E. Green


Birthdate: July 11, 1889

Deathdate: September 4, 1960

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Alfred E. Green (July 11, 1889 in Perris, California – September 4, 1960 in Hollywood, California) was a prolific movie director and assistant director. Green entered film in 1912 as an actor for the Selig Polyscope Company. He became an assistant to director Colin Campbell. He then started to direct two-reelers until he started features in 1917. Although his career laste... ...detailed bio

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Top Banana (1954)

The setting of the story is early 1950s New York City and focuses around the early television community. Jerry Biffle (Phil Silvers) is the star of the Blendo Soap Program. He has been invited to participate in an autograph-signing party for his new book at an important department store. Jerry me...
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Invasion U.S.A. (1952)

The film begins in a New York City bar, where the brooding, mysterious forecaster Mr. Ohman (Dan O'Herlihy) is sitting and drinking from a very large brandy glass. He gets into discussions with a cross-section of affluent Americans at the bar, including local television newscaster Vince Potter (G...
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Cover Up (1949)

In a small Midwestern town a man is found dead. Dennis O'Keefe plays an insurance investigator looking into the apparent suicide. All clues leads him into suspecting murder. Unfortunately, no one wants to assist him with the case, including Sheriff Larry Best (Bendix). Finally, attractive local g...
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The Girl from Manhattan (1948)

A New York model (Dorothy Lamour) foils a developer who covets her minister uncle's (George Montgomery) church site.
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Four Faces West (1948)

Ross McEwen pulls an unusual bank job in the New Mexico town of Santa Maria, taking the banker Frenger with him, then letting him go a few miles away, minus boots but with an I.O.U. for the $2,000 he robbed. Pat Garrett, the new marshal, will try to catch the thief, as will bounty hunters after F...
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Copacabana (1947)

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The Jolson Story (1946)

American burlesque performer Steve Martin (William Demarest) offers to play a song for his audience, if they agree to sing along. Only one person does sing, a young boy named Asa Yoelson (Scotty Beckett). Steve is bowled over by the boy's voice, but Asa realizes he should be singing at the synago...
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A Thousand and One Nights (1945)

Vagabond singer Aladdin (Cornel Wilde) has his hands full keeping his pickpocket friend, Abdullah (Phil Silvers), out of trouble. Abdullah is thought mad as he claims to have been born 1200 years too early, speaks in 1940s slang and knows about television. When the beautiful Princess Armina (Adel...
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Mr. Winkle Goes to War (1944)

On June 1, 1942, after fourteen years, mild-mannered 44-year-old Wilbert G. Winkle (Edward G. Robinson) quits his boring bank job to follow his dream, to open a repair shop. Everyone is shocked, particularly his status-conscious wife Amy (Ruth Warrick), who demands he chose between her and his ne...
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Appointment in Berlin (1943)

The "war of nerves" which gripped the European continent in 1938, is the background for this war thriller starring George Sanders.
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Meet the Stewarts (1942)

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Badlands of Dakota (1941)

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The Gracie Allen Murder Case (1939)

The zany plot follows nitwit Gracie Allen trying to help master sleuth Philo Vance solve a murder.
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Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (1937)

Cricket West (Garland) is a hopeful actress with a plan and a pair of vocal cords that bring down the house. Along with her eccentric aunt, she plays host to the local jockeys, whose leader is the cocky but highly skilled Timmie Donovan (Rooney). When a young English gentleman comes to town convi...
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The League of Frightened Men (1937)

The League of Frightened Men is a 1937 mystery film based on the second Nero Wolfe novel by Rex Stout. Directed by Alfred E. Green, the Columbia Pictures film stars Walter Connolly as Nero Wolfe, a role played by Edward Arnold in the previous year's Meet Nero Wolfe. The role of Wolfe's assistant ...
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Dangerous (1935)

Don Bellows (Franchot Tone), a prominent New York architect, is engaged to the beautiful and wealthy Gail Armitage (Margaret Lindsay) when he meets down-and-out Joyce Heath (Bette Davis), who was once the most promising young actress on Broadway. Don feels deeply indebted to Joyce because her per...
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Dark Hazard (1934)

A compulsive gambler's (Edward G. Robinson) life revolves around his wife (Genevieve Tobin), his girlfriend (Glenda Farrell) and his habit.
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Gentlemen Are Born (1934)

Four friends, Bob Bailey (Tone), Tom Martin (Ross Alexander), Smudge Casey (Dick Foran) and Fred Harper (Robert Light), are certain that upon their graduation from college, they will conquer the world. They face disappointment when they look for jobs, however. Because of the Depression, jobs are ...
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I Loved a Woman (1933)

John Hayden (Robinson), owner of a Chicago meat-packing company, falls in love with a beautiful opera singer (Francis).
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Baby Face (1933)

Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) works for her father in a speakeasy during Prohibition in Erie, Pennsylvania. Her life has been miserable; since the age of 14, her father (Robert Barrat) has had her sleep with many of his customers. The only man she trusts, a cobbler who admires Friedrich Nietzsch...