Otis Garrett

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Otis Garrett
BornMarch 29, 1905
DiedMarch 24, 1941 (aged 35)
Occupation(s)Director, Writer, Editor
Years active1931–1941 (film)

Otis Garrett (March 29, 1905 – March 24, 1941) was an American film editor, screenwriter and film director. [1]

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Filmography

Director

Editor

Screenwriter

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  1. Shelley p.150

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