Scott Sidney

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Scott Sidney
Scott Sidney - Apr 1921 FD.jpg
Sidney in 1921
Born Harry Wilbur Siggins
1872
Died July 20, 1928
London, UK

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.

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.

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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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