Kenneth Webb

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Kenneth Webb (center) on location in New Orleans filming Fair Lady in 1922, with Betty Blythe and Robert Elliott (extreme right).

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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