Alan Crosland

Biography: American director Alan Crosland entered show business at the age of 15 as an actor and stage manager. He began working for the Edison company in 1912 where he worked at several jobs for two years. In 1914 he became a full-fledged director of short films. He directed his first feature film in 1917; this lead to his working on many routine films for a variety of studios until 1925 when he was hired by Warner Bros. The following year he directed Don Juan, the first full-length film to use synchronized music; he then directed the first talkie, The Jazz Singer (1927). Crosland died in an automobile crash in 1936. His son Alan Crosland Jr. was a film editor and sometime director during the '40s and '50s.

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tbd MacGyver: Season 2 Sep 22, 1986 Director tbd
tbd Automan: Season 1 Dec 15, 1983 Director tbd
tbd Wonder Woman: Season 3 Sep 22, 1978 Director tbd
tbd Wonder Woman: Season 2 Sep 16, 1977 Director tbd
tbd The Six Million Dollar Man: Season 4 Sep 19, 1976 Director tbd
tbd Wonder Woman: Season 1 Apr 21, 1976 Director 8.0
tbd The Six Million Dollar Man: Season 3 Sep 14, 1975 Director tbd
tbd Emergency!: Season 3 Sep 22, 1973 Director tbd
tbd Bonanza: Season 8 Sep 11, 1966 Director tbd
tbd Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 1 Sep 14, 1964 Director tbd
tbd The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Season 1 Sep 20, 1962 Director tbd
tbd The Bionic Woman (1976): Season 1 Jan 14, 1976 Director tbd
tbd The Bionic Woman (1976): Season 2 Jan 14, 1976 Director tbd