Harold S. Bucquet (Harold Spencer Bucquet)

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London, England, UK
After serving in the US Army during World War I, British-born Harold S. Bucquet entered the film business, first as an extra and then as a set designer. He became an assistant to director Allen Holubar, and later was hired as an assistant director at MGM--a studio where he was to spend the rest of his career--in the shorts department and directed screen tests. He made his first feature in 1938, Young Dr. Kildare (1938). Read more...