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Budd Boetticher

AKA Oscar Boetticher, Jr.

Born: 29-Jul-1916
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Died: 29-Nov-2001
Location of death: Ramona, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Cremated

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Seven Men From Now

Wife: Karen Steele (div.)
Wife: Elsa Cárdenas (div.)
Wife: Emily Erskine Cook (m. 1946, div. 1959)
Wife: Debra Paget (actress, m. 28-Mar-1960, div. 24-Aug-1961)
Wife: Mary Chelde (m. 1971, until his death)

    High School: Culver Military Academy
    University: Ohio State University

    Arruza (23-Aug-1972)
    A Time for Dying (1969)
    Comanche Station (Mar-1960)
    The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond (3-Feb-1960)
    Ride Lonesome (15-Feb-1959)
    Westbound (9-Jan-1959)
    Buchanan Rides Alone (1-Aug-1958)
    Decision at Sundown (10-Nov-1957)
    The Tall T (1-Apr-1957)
    Seven Men from Now (4-Aug-1956)
    The Killer Is Loose (2-Mar-1956)
    The Magnificent Matador (24-May-1955)
    East of Sumatra (11-Sep-1953)
    The Man from the Alamo (Aug-1953)
    City Beneath the Sea (11-Mar-1953)
    Seminole (Mar-1953)
    Horizons West (11-Oct-1952)
    Red Ball Express (24-May-1952)
    Bronco Buster (1-May-1952)
    The Cimarron Kid (13-Jan-1952)
    Bullfighter and the Lady (26-Apr-1951)
    Killer Shark (19-Mar-1950)
    Behind Locked Doors (3-Sep-1948)
    Escape in the Fog (5-Apr-1945)
    The Missing Juror (16-Nov-1944)
    One Mysterious Night (21-Oct-1944)

    Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story (8-Nov-2007) · Himself
    Tequila Sunrise (2-Dec-1988) · Judge Nizetitch

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