Harold Young (director)

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Harold Young (1897 - 1972) was an American film director, editor, and occasional actor.

Born in Portland, Oregon, Young was active as a film editor from 1923 through 1934, working first on a series of George O'Hara short subjects under the director Malcolm St. Clair.

Young's best-known early directoral assignment is probably The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934), starring Leslie Howard and Merle Oberon, one example of his occasional work in Britain.

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