Alexander Hall


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Alexander Hall (January 11, 1894, Boston, Massachusetts – July 30, 1968, San Francisco, California) was an American film director and theatre actor.

Hall acted in the theatre from the age of four through 1914, when he began to work in silent movies. Following his military service in World War I, he returned to Hollywood and pursued a career in film production. He worked as a film editor... more »

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  • ''I'm a good woman for a bad man.''
    Alexander Hall. Cleo Borden (Mae West), Goin' to Town, response to a suitor with a bad reputation (1935).
  • ''I'm a woman of very few words, but lots of action.''
    Alexander Hall. Cleo Borden (Mae West), Goin' to Town, response to a suitor with a bad reputation (1935).
  • ''I have a lot of respect for that dame [Delilah]. There's one lady barber that made good.''
    Alexander Hall. Cleo Borden (Mae West), Goin' to Town, take on the Biblical character Delilah and her destruction of Samson's manhood (1935).
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