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Alfred E. Green

Born: 11-Jul-1889
Birthplace: Perris, CA
Died: 4-Sep-1960
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Film Director

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Dangerous

Wife: Vivian Reed (actress, three children)
Son: Hilton A. Green (film industry)

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6529 Hollywood Blvd. (motion pictures)

    Top Banana (22-Feb-1954)
    The Eddie Cantor Story (25-Dec-1953)
    Paris Model (10-Nov-1953)
    Invasion USA (10-Dec-1952)
    Sierra (1-Jun-1950)
    The Jackie Robinson Story (16-May-1950)
    Cover Up (25-Feb-1949)
    The Girl from Manhattan (1-Oct-1948)
    Four Faces West (3-Aug-1948)
    Copacabana (1-Nov-1947)
    The Fabulous Dorseys (21-Feb-1947)
    The Jolson Story (10-Oct-1946)
    A Thousand and One Nights (20-Jul-1945)
    Mr. Winkle Goes to War (19-Jul-1944)
    Appointment in Berlin (15-Jul-1943)
    The Mayor of 44th Street (10-Jun-1942)
    Meet the Stewarts (21-May-1942)
    East of the River (28-Oct-1940)
    Flowing Gold (24-Aug-1940)
    South of Pago Pago (19-Jul-1940)
    Shooting High (12-Apr-1940)
    The Gracie Allen Murder Case (2-Jun-1939)
    The Duke of West Point (15-Dec-1938)
    Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (25-Nov-1937)
    Mr. Dodd Takes the Air (11-Aug-1937)
    The League of Frightened Men (25-May-1937)
    More Than a Secretary (10-Dec-1936)
    The Golden Arrow (23-May-1936)
    Colleen (21-Mar-1936)
    Dangerous (25-Dec-1935)
    The Girl from 10th Avenue (26-May-1935)
    Sweet Music (20-Feb-1935)
    A Lost Lady (29-Sep-1934)
    Housewife (9-Aug-1934)
    Side Streets (14-Jul-1934)
    The Merry Frinks (26-May-1934)
    Dark Hazard (3-Feb-1934)
    I Loved a Woman (22-Sep-1933)
    The Narrow Corner (8-Jul-1933)
    Baby Face (1-Jul-1933)
    Parachute Jumper (25-Jan-1933)
    Silver Dollar (1-Dec-1932)
    The Dark Horse (8-Jun-1932)
    The Rich Are Always with Us (15-May-1932)
    It's Tough to Be Famous (2-Apr-1932)
    Union Depot (14-Jan-1932)
    The Road to Singapore (10-Oct-1931)
    Smart Money (11-Jul-1931)
    Sweet Kitty Bellairs (9-Aug-1930)
    The Green Goddess (13-Feb-1930)
    Disraeli (2-Oct-1929)
    Ella Cinders (6-Jun-1926)
    Little Lord Fauntleroy (15-Sep-1921)

    Ella Cinders (6-Jun-1926)

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