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"The Shakedown" (1929). Country: United States. Director: William Wyler. Cast: James Murray, Barbara Kent, George Kotsonaros, Wheeler Oakman

"The Shakedown" (1929). Country: United States. Director: William Wyler. Cast: James Murray, Barbara Kent, George Kotsonaros, Wheeler Oakman

Three O'Clock in the Morning (1923) Stars: Constance Binney, Edmund Breese, Richard Thorpe ~ Director: Kenneth S. Webb

Three O'Clock in the Morning (1923) Stars: Constance Binney, Edmund Breese, Richard Thorpe ~ Director: Kenneth S. Webb

Below the Deadline (1929) Stars: Frank Leigh, Barbara Worth, Arthur Rankin ~ Director: J.P. McGowan

Below the Deadline (1929) Stars: Frank Leigh, Barbara Worth, Arthur Rankin ~ Director: J.P. McGowan

Back to God's Country (1927)Stars: Renée Adorée, Robert Frazer, Walter Long ~ Director: Irvin Willat

Back to God's Country (1927)Stars: Renée Adorée, Robert Frazer, Walter Long ~ Director: Irvin Willat

William Wyler (1902 – 1981)-----------Director of such movies as "the Childrens Hour"

William Wyler (1902 – 1981)-----------Director of such movies as "the Childrens Hour"

THE WESTERNER (1940) Director of Photography: Greg Toland | Director: William Wyler

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THE WESTERNER (1940) Director of Photography: Greg Toland | Director: William Wyler

John Ford talking to William Wyler at a George Cukor hosted lunch for Luis Bunuel

John Ford talking to William Wyler at a George Cukor hosted lunch for Luis Bunuel

The Letter (1940, William Wyler) / Director of Photography: Tony Gaudio

The Letter (1940, William Wyler) / Director of Photography: Tony Gaudio

William Wyler (Holding his Oscar Award for Best  Director, Ben-Hur) was an American film director, producer and screenwriter. His ability to direct a string of classic literary adaptations into huge box-office and critical successes made him one of "Hollywood's most bankable moviemakers" during the 1930s and 1940s.

William Wyler (Holding his Oscar Award for Best Director, Ben-Hur) was an American film director, producer and screenwriter. His ability to direct a string of classic literary adaptations into huge box-office and critical successes made him one of "Hollywood's most bankable moviemakers" during the 1930s and 1940s.

Rose of the Golden West is a surviving 1927 American silent film produced by…

Rose of the Golden West is a surviving 1927 American silent film produced by…

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