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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.
- The Yellow Back (1926) - as director
- The Racket (1928)
- The Rawhide Kid (1928)
- All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)
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