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A.H. Van Buren (1879–1965)


A.H. Van Buren was born on April 9, 1879 in Gloucester, New Jersey, USA as Archimedes H. Van Buren. He is known for his work on The Lone Star Ranger (1930), The River (1928) and City Girl (1930). He was married to Dorothy Bernard. He died on August 1, 1965 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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The Lone Star Ranger Miscellaneous Crew
(1930)
The River Miscellaneous Crew
(1928)
City Girl Miscellaneous Crew
(1930)
Hearts in Dixie Miscellaneous Crew
(1929)

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 1930 City Girl (director: sound scenes)
 1930 The Lone Star Ranger (stager)
 1929 Big Time (stage director)
 1929 Thru Different Eyes (dialogue director)
 1929 Hearts in Dixie (additional director)
 1928 The River (dialogue director)
 1928 4 Devils (stager)
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 1951 Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (TV Series)
- Icebound (1951)
 1916 The Vixen
Martin Stevens
 1916 Her Double Life
Elliot Clifford
 1915 The District Attorney
Frank Pierson
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Stage: Appeared (as "Judah Ben Hur"; Broadway debut) in "Ben Hur", produced on Broadway. Drama (revival). Dramatized by William Young. Based on the novel by Gen. Lew Wallace. Directed by Joseph Brooks. Academy of Music: 25 Feb 1907-Apr 1907 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Mabel Brownell, Charles Canfield, Dwight Dana, ... See more »

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A.H. Van Buren was a well-respected Broadway director, who began there as an actor in 1907 starring in the lead role in a revival of "Ben Hur." He would venture into directing in 1925 while occasionally being coaxed back on stage. He completed his career there involved in the monster hit, "Life With Father" (3224 performances, running from late 1939 through July, 1947) and it's sequel, "Life With... See more »

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