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Harry S. Webb

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  • Birthday: Oct 15, 1892
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  • A former business executive, Pennsylvania-born Harry S. Webb entered the motion picture industry with a managerial position at Universal. He turned producer/director with a series of Jack Perrin Westerns for low-budget company Rayart, inexpensive but well-made fare that also featured Perrin's handsome mount Starlight. A typical Poverty Row penny-pincher who sometimes used the name of Henri Samuels, Webb was later associated with Mascot Pictures (until Nat Levine reportedly fired him for drunkenness) and co-founded Reliable Pictures and Metropolitan Pictures with Bernard B. Ray. When the latter company merged with Monogram Pictures, Webb stayed on as an associate producer. His son, Gordon Webb, became a motion-picture sound engineer.

Filmography

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No Score Yet Law of the Wolf Producer 1941
No Score Yet Wild Horse Valley Producer 1940
No Score Yet El Diablo Rides Producer 1939
No Score Yet Feud of the Range Producer Director 1939
No Score Yet Fangs of the Wild Producer 1938
No Score Yet North of Arizona Director 1936
No Score Yet Vengeance of Rannah Producer 1936
No Score Yet Santa Fe Bound Director 1936
No Score Yet Pinto Rustlers Director 1936
No Score Yet The Midnight Phantom Producer 1935
No Score Yet Live Wire Director 1935
No Score Yet Rio Rattler Producer 1935
No Score Yet Born to Battle Director 1935
No Score Yet The Wolf Riders Director 1935
No Score Yet Trigger Tom Director 1935
No Score Yet The Laramie Kid Director 1935
No Score Yet Terror of the Plains Director 1934
No Score Yet Fighting Hero Director 1934
No Score Yet The Cactus Kid Director 1934
No Score Yet Police Patrol Producer Director 1933
No Score Yet Mystery Trooper Producer 1932
No Score Yet Sign of the Wolf Director 1931

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