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St. Elmo Boyce (1899–1930)

St. Elmo Boyce was born on August 16, 1899. He worked as a theater manager in El Paso, Texas before becoming a cinematographer. St. Elmo began working for Mack Sennett as a scenario writer in 1926. In 1928 he wrote the Hoot Gibson feature The Wild West Show. He eventually left Sennett to direct films. St. Elmo directed the Barney Google series and... See full bio »

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(1928)
The Girl from Everywhere Cinematographer
(1927)
(1929)
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 1931 Dirigible (photography, uncredited)
 1928 The Burglar (Short)
 1928 Hubby's Weekend Trip (Short)
 1928 The Bargain Hunt (Short)
 1928 The Chicken (Short)
 1928 His Unlucky Night (Short)
 1928 Love at First Flight (Short)
 1928 Run, Girl, Run (Short)
 1927 The Pride of Pikeville (Short)
 1927 Smith's Kindergarten (Short)
 1927 Smith's New Home (Short)
 1927 Smith's Customer (Short)
 1927 Smith's Pets (Short)
 1926 Flirty Four-Flushers (Short)
 1926 Smith's Picnic (Short)
 1924 Sherlock's Home (Short)
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Was engaged to Thelma Hill.

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