Alfred L. Werker

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Alfred L. Werker (December 2, 1896 – July 28, 1975) was a film director whose work in movies spanned from 1917 through 1957. After a number of film production jobs and assistant directing, Werker co-directed his first film, Ridin' the Wind in 1925 alongside director Del Andrews. He was brought in by Fox Film Corporation executives to re-shoot and re-edit Erich von Stroheim's film Hello, Sister! (1933), co-starring Boots Mallory and ZaSu Pitts.

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Age: 78 (age at death)
Died: 28 July, 1975, Place of Death
Height: 6' (183 cm)
Nationality: American
Claim to Fame: One line executive summary

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