Kenneth Webb

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Kenneth S. Webb (October 16, 1892 in New York City – March 23, 1966 in Hollywood, California) was an American film director, screenwriter, and composer noted for directing a number of films in the early age of the American film industry. He helped write The Gay Divorce along with Samuel Hoffenstein.

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