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  • John H. Auer - Wikipedia

    John H. Auer (August 3, 1906 in Budapest, Hungary – March 15, 1975 in North Hollywood, Los Angeles) was a Hungarian-born child actor who, on coming to the Americas in 1928, became a movie director and producer, initially in Mexico but, from the early 1930s, in Hollywood.

  • John H. Auer - IMDb

    Born in Hungary and educated in Vienna, John H. Auer was an actor in European films from the age of 12. After his career as a child actor ended, he entered the business world, but soon decided to rejoin the film industry.

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  • John H. Auer Net Worth & Biography 2017 - Stunning Facts ...

    John H. Auer Net Worth is $400,000 Mini Biography. Delivered in Hungary and educated in Vienna, John H. Auer was an professional in European movies from age 12.

  • I, Jane Doe (1948) John H. Auer, Ruth Hussey, John Carroll ...

    While stationed in France during World War II, an American fighter pilot marries a French girl, but when he goes home he doesn’t take her with him.

  • John H. Auer (1906-1975) - Find A Grave Memorial

    Motion Picture Director, Producer, Actor. Hungarian-born film figure of the 1930s through the 1950s.

  • John H. Auer - Rotten Tomatoes

    Born in Hungary and educated in Vienna, John H. Auer was a juvenile actor in European films. After the collapse of the Hapsburg empire, Auer entered the European business world, then moved to ...

  • Johnny Doughboy (1942) - MUBI

    A 1942 English language musical/adventure film directed by John H. Auer, starring Jane Withers, Henry Wilcoxon and Jack Boyle Jr.. It has been nominated for 1 award.

  • Tahiti Honey (1943) - IMDb

    Directed by John H. Auer. With Simone Simon, Dennis O'Keefe, Michael Whalen, Lionel Stander. The "Eleven Brooklyn Bombshells," a band led by Mickey Monroe (Dennis O'Keefe), are stranded in Tahiti at the time of the fall of France to the Nazis. Suzette "Suzie" Durand (Simone Simon). a French-Amrical girl singing in a nightclub is consumed with a ...

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