George Waggner (né le 7 septembre 1894 à New York, mort le 11 décembre 1984 à Hollywood) est un réalisateur, scénariste, producteur de cinéma, acteur et réalisateur de bande son américain. Il est aussi connu sous les pseudonymes George WaGGner, George Waggener, George Waggoner, Joseph West ou encore George waGGner.

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  • George Waggner (né le 7 septembre 1894 à New York, mort le 11 décembre 1984 à Hollywood) est un réalisateur, scénariste, producteur de cinéma, acteur et réalisateur de bande son américain. Il est aussi connu sous les pseudonymes George WaGGner, George Waggener, George Waggoner, Joseph West ou encore George waGGner.
  • George Waggner (September 7, 1894 - December 11, 1984) was an American film director, producer and actor.Born in New York City, he made his film debut as Yousayef in The Sheik (1921). He later went on to appearances in Western films. The first film he directed was Western Trails (1938) and his most well-known directorial effort arguably remains The Wolf Man (1941). In the 1960s, he directed episodes of the television series Maverick, Batman, The Green Hornet, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.. He also directed John Wayne and Oliver Hardy wearing coonskin caps in The Fighting Kentuckian (1949), in which his daughter, Shy Waggner, appeared in a cameo. Waggner's career in film declined in the 1950s, due to the popularity of television, and he eventually moved to television late in the decade. Many of his television credits, such as Maverick Batman and "The Doctors" episode of "The Veil," have his name spelled as "george waGGner." He also directed Red Nightmare, a Cold War propaganda film produced by the Department of Defense and narrated by Jack Webb.Waggner wrote the film Queen of the Yukon based on a story by Jack London.His wife was Danny Shannon. The couple had only one child, Shy, born in 1924, and two grandchildren, Sherry and Robert.
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  • George Waggner (né le 7 septembre 1894 à New York, mort le 11 décembre 1984 à Hollywood) est un réalisateur, scénariste, producteur de cinéma, acteur et réalisateur de bande son américain. Il est aussi connu sous les pseudonymes George WaGGner, George Waggener, George Waggoner, Joseph West ou encore George waGGner.
  • George Waggner (September 7, 1894 - December 11, 1984) was an American film director, producer and actor.Born in New York City, he made his film debut as Yousayef in The Sheik (1921). He later went on to appearances in Western films. The first film he directed was Western Trails (1938) and his most well-known directorial effort arguably remains The Wolf Man (1941). In the 1960s, he directed episodes of the television series Maverick, Batman, The Green Hornet, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E..
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