Lloyd French

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Lloyd French
Born January 11, 1900
Died May 24, 1950

Lloyd French (January 11, 1900 – May 24, 1950) was an American director of short films, most of them comedies. His best remembered films are several Laurel and Hardy comedies in the 1930s. He also made several musical short films featuring many bandleaders of the day; in the 1940s he also directed several shorts starring Edgar Kennedy and Leon Errol; he made his last film in 1946.

French was born in San Francisco, California and died in Beverly Hills, California of heart disease.[1]


  1. ^ "Lloyd French". IMDb. Retrieved May 12, 2018.

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