Hall Bartlett


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Birth Name: Hall Bartlett
Born: 11/27/1922
Birth Place: Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Death Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
Died: 09/08/1993

Over the next few decades Bartlett drifted into and out of the studio system, helming the prison melodrama "Unchained" (1954) for Warners, and the inspiration for the spoof "Airplane", "Zero Hour" (1957), for Paramount. He limited himself to impersonal producing chores on several MGM films during the 60s, including "Sol Madrid" (1968) and the Bob Hope vehicle, "A Global Affair" (1964). The films on which he filled multiple roles vary from the campy shlock mental asylum melodrama "The Caretakers" (1963), with Joan Crawford as a nasty nurse, to the well-intended but routine racial drama set during the Civil War, "All the Young Men" (1960), pitting a fading Alan Ladd against an ascendant Sidney... Continue Bio >>


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