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Irving Pichel

Irving PichelBorn: 24-Jun-1891
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, PA
Died: 13-Jul-1954
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Destination Moon

Wife: Violette Wilson (three sons)
Son: Julian Irving
Son: Marlowe Agnew
Son: Pichel Wilson

    University: Harvard University

    Martin Luther (8-May-1953)
    Santa Fe (1-Apr-1951)
    Destination Moon (27-Jun-1950)
    Quicksand (24-Mar-1950)
    The Great Rupert (8-Jan-1950)
    Without Honor (26-Oct-1949)
    Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (11-Aug-1948)
    The Miracle of the Bells (16-Mar-1948)
    Something in the Wind (1-Aug-1947)
    They Won't Believe Me (16-Jul-1947)
    Temptation (2-Dec-1946)
    O.S.S. (26-May-1946)
    The Bride Wore Boots (8-May-1946)
    Colonel Effingham's Raid (24-Jan-1946)
    Tomorrow Is Forever (18-Jan-1946)
    A Medal for Benny (16-Apr-1945)
    And Now Tomorrow (22-Nov-1944)
    Happy Land (10-Nov-1943)
    The Moon Is Down (14-Mar-1943)
    Life Begins at Eight-Thirty (25-Sep-1942)
    The Pied Piper (8-Jul-1942)
    Secret Agent of Japan (16-Mar-1942)
    Dance Hall (18-Jul-1941)
    Hudson's Bay (9-Jan-1941)
    The Man I Married (2-Aug-1940)
    Beware of Ladies (21-Dec-1936)
    She (12-Jul-1935)
    Before Dawn (4-Aug-1933)
    The Most Dangerous Game (9-Sep-1932)

    Martin Luther (8-May-1953) · Brueck
    Santa Fe (1-Apr-1951)
    Rio (29-Sep-1939)
    Juarez (24-Apr-1939) · Carbajal
    Topper Takes a Trip (21-Jan-1939) · Prosecutor
    There Goes My Heart (27-Sep-1938) · Mr. Gorman
    Jezebel (10-Mar-1938) · Huger
    High, Wide, and Handsome (21-Jul-1937)
    General Spanky (11-Dec-1936)
    Dracula's Daughter (11-May-1936) · Sandor
    Special Agent (14-Sep-1935)
    I Am a Thief (24-Nov-1934) · Count Trentini
    Cleopatra (5-Oct-1934) · Apollodorus
    British Agent (15-Sep-1934) · Pavlov
    Fog Over Frisco (2-Jun-1934) · Jake Bello
    The Right to Romance (17-Nov-1933) · Dr. Beck
    Night Flight (6-Oct-1933) · Dr. Decosta
    The Story of Temple Drake (6-May-1933) · Lee Goodwin
    Oliver Twist (28-Feb-1933)
    The Woman Accused (17-Feb-1933)
    Madame Butterfly (30-Dec-1932)
    Strange Justice (7-Oct-1932) · L. D. Waters
    The Painted Woman (15-Aug-1932)
    Westward Passage (27-May-1932) · Harry
    The Cheat (28-Nov-1931)
    An American Tragedy (5-Aug-1931) · DA Orville Mason

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