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Harry A. Pollard

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Stage actor/director Harry A. Pollard inaugurated his film career at the Selig studios in 1912. At first, Pollard concentrated on acting; among his more famous roles was the title character in Uncle Tom's Cabin (1913), for which he donned none-too-convincing blackface makeup. Switching to directing in 1916, he helmed a number of major productions for Universal studios, including the lavish 1927 remake of Uncle Tom's Cabin and the part-talkie Show Boat (1929), which he also produced. His last directorial effort was the sentimental Chic Sale-Jackie Cooper starrer A Feller Needs a Friend (MGM, 1932). Harry A. Pollard was married to popular Universal leading lady Margarita Fischer.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Show Boat
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
1929
No Score Yet Uncle Tom's Cabin
  • Director
  • Producer
1927
No Score Yet The Cohens and Kellys
  • Director
1926
No Score Yet California Straight Ahead
  • Director
1925
No Score Yet I'll Show You the Town
  • Director
1925

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