Seymour Friedman

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Birthday: Aug 17, 1917
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Born in Michigan, Seymour Friedman was educated in England at Cambridge and at St. Mary's Hospital Medical School in London. Abandoning medicine for movies, Friedman began his Hollywood career in 1937 as an assistant editor. During the WW II years, he was an assistant director at Columbia, continuing to work in this capacity on such postwar thrillers as Dead Reckoning (1947) and To the Ends of the Earth (1948). He was given his first chance to direct by the Columbia "B" unit, helming entries in the studio's "Boston Blackie" and "Rusty" series. A fixture of the Columbia second-feature product of the 1950s, Seymour Friedman directed such entertaining programmers as Son of Dr. Jekyll before being promoted to producer for Columbia's Screen Gems TV division.

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No Score Yet Chinatown At Midnight Director 2012
No Score Yet The Devil's Henchman Director 2012
No Score Yet Customs Agent Director 2011
No Score Yet I'll Get You Director 1953
No Score Yet Loan Shark Director 1952
No Score Yet Boston Blackie's Chinese Venture Director 1949
No Score Yet Rusty's Birthday Director 1949
No Score Yet Trapped by Boston Blackie Director 1948

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