De Lay, Melville

1899-1947
   Solo dos peliculas dirigidas por este ayudante de di reccion en el intervalo de diez anos. En su haber, un centenar de filmes, la mayor parte de ellos westerns, dentro de su campo profesional preferente. Law of the Saddle es su segunda, y ultima, realizacion.
  FILMOGRAFIA
    Law of the Saddle. 1943. 59 minutos. Blanco y Negro. PRC. Robert Livingston, Betty Miles, Al St. John.

English-Spanish dictionary of western films. 2014.

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