Scott Sidney

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Sidney in 1921

Scott Sidney (1872 – 20 July 1928), born Harry Wilbur Siggins, was an American film director. He directed 117 films between 1913 and 1927.

He died in London, England, United Kingdom.

Selected filmography[edit]

Comedy Beans for Two (1918) by Scott Sidney for Strand Film. A farce in which a couple unwittingly save up money for the same thing. Collection EYE Film Institute Netherlands.
Silent film Somebody's Widow (1918) by director Scott Sidney for Strand Film. Running time: 14:58. A comedy in which the widow Mary makes a bet with her friends that she can win over a writer named Jack. Collection EYE Film Institute Netherlands.

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