Millard Webb

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Millard Webb (6 December 1893 – 21 April 1935), was an American screenwriter and director. He directed 20 films between 1920 and 1933. His best-known film is the 1926 silent John Barrymore adventure The Sea Beast costarring Dolores Costello. Webb also directed the early sound Florenz Ziegfeld produced talkie Glorifying the American Girl released by Paramount in 1929. His active years were from 1916 to 1933.

He was married to Lydia Stocking (1918-1923) (her death) (1 child) and Mary Eaton (1929-1935) (his death).

He was born in Clay City, Kentucky, U.S., and died in Los Angeles, California of intestinal ailment.

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