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- Albert Parker was an American film director, producer, screenwriter and actor. He directed 36 films between 1917 and 1938. In the early 1930s Parker left Hollywood for England where he continued to direct films and also opened an actors' agency office. One of his later clients in the 1960s was a young actress named Helen Mirren.
- Albert Parker was the owner of The Claxton Bakery and creator of the Old Fashion Claxton Fruitcake. Parker got his start working with Savino Tos, the founder and previous owner of The Claxton Bakery, in 1927 when he was eleven years old. In 1945, Tos sold the bakery to Albert Parker and retired. Parker immediately began focusing his business on the sale of fruitcakes. Since then, The Claxton Bakery has sold millions of fruitcakes around the world.
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Sixth Edition by David Thomson
Arizona (18, Albert Parker); and The Knickerbocker Buckaroo (19, Parker). In 1919, Fairbanks was the moving spirit in the formation of UnitedArtists with Chaplin, Griffith, and Mary Pickford. Henceforward, hisown productions were distributed ...
by Michael Newton
Governor Powell Clayton, despised as a “radical” Republican by the state's white -supremacist Democrats, employed private investigator Albert Parker to investigate the Humphries murder and the attempted assassination of State Senator ...
Fourth edition by Brian McFarlane
and bullying Albert Parker in When We Are Married (1987).
Encyclopedia of Politics (2005)
by Rodney P. Carlisle
During this period, Breitman wrote using several pseudonyms, for example, Philip Blake, Chester Hofla, Anthony Massini, Albert Parker, and John F. Petrone. Breitman regarded race as an aberration of capitalism and in 1953, wrote that the ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
D: Albert Parker SCR: Edward Dryhurst, from the play Two Worlds by Hubert Osborne & John Golden Standard thriller: Chemist feigns amnesia, foils robbery gang Strange Fascination 1952. (USA). Col, b&w, 80 mins ...
Dictionary of Films (1972)
by Georges Sadoul
Dir Albert Parker Seen Douglas Fairbanks (under pseud. Elton Thomas), Jack Cunningham Photog Henry Sharp Art Dir Oscar Borg, Dwight Franklin Cast Douglas Fairbanks, Billie Dove, Donald Crisp, Sam de Grasse Prod Douglas Fairbanks ...
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