Harold Young

Lowest Rated: 29% The Mummy's Tomb (1942)
Birthday: Nov 13, 1897
Birthplace: Not Available
Oregon-born director Harold Young began as an editor in the early '20s, and became the supervising editor of Paramount Pictures' European productions, before going to work for Alexander Korda in the early '30s. He began his directorial career splendidly, with the costume drama The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934), with Leslie Howard, for Korda, but after returning to America he found only routine assignments at Paramount and Universal, making B-pictures at the latter such as Little Tough Guy (1939) and The Mummy's Tomb (1942). His most widely seen work other than The Scarlet Pimpernel was in the live-action sequences of Disney's The Three Caballeros (1945), and the low-budget horror movie Jungle Captive (1945) has a small cult following.

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CREDIT
83% 13 Rue Madeleine Tailor 1947
No Score Yet The Frozen Ghost Director 1945
No Score Yet Jungle Captive Director 1945
No Score Yet Machine Gun Mama Director 1944
82% The Three Caballeros Director 1944
No Score Yet Spy Train Director 1943
29% The Mummy's Tomb Director 1942
No Score Yet Dreaming Out Loud Director 1940
No Score Yet Little Tough Guy Director 1938
86% The Scarlet Pimpernel Director 1935

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