Del Andrews

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Del Andrews (1894 – 1942), born Udell Endrows, was a Hollywood writer/director in the 1920s. He primarily worked on low budget westerns, writing and directing films starring Hoot Gibson, Fred Thomson, and Bob Custer.

He shared an Academy Award nomination with Maxwell Anderson for the script to Universal's 1930 “All Quiet on the Western Front”.



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