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James V. Kern

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Also Known As: James Kern, Jimmy Kern, James Kern Died: November 9, 1966
Born: September 22, 1909 Cause of Death: pneumonia
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: director, screenwriter, lawyer

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Distinguished industry veteran who began his career working for T.H. Ince; also cut the first two-color Technicolor feature, "Toll of the Sea" (1922). Kern's brother Robert was also an Oscar-winning editor.

Distinguished industry veteran who began his career working for T.H. Ince; also cut the first two-color Technicolor feature, "Toll of the Sea" (1922). Kern's brother Robert was also an Oscar-winning editor.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Lum and Abner Abroad (1956) Director
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  Two Tickets to Broadway (1951) Director
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  The Second Woman (1950) Director
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  April Showers (1948) Director
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  Stallion Road (1947) Director
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  Never Say Goodbye (1946) Director
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  The Doughgirls (1944) Director
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  Johnny Come Lately (1960) Director

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