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Nationality  American
Name  H. Humberstone
Other names  Lucky Humberstone
Role  Movie director
Occupation  Film director
Employer  20th Century Fox
Years active  1924–1966

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Born  November 18, 1901 (1901-11-18) Buffalo, New York, USA
Notable work  Sun Valley Serenade I Wake Up Screaming To the Shores of Tripoli
Died  October 11, 1984, Woodland Hills, California, United States
Resting place  Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Movies  I Wake Up Screaming, Sun Valley Serenade, Tarzan and the Lost Safari, Ten Wanted Men, Tarzan's Fight for Life
Similar People  John Payne, Laird Cregar, Eve Brent, Gordon Scott, Lynn Bari

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H. Bruce "Lucky" Humberstone (November 18, 1901 – October 11, 1984) was a movie actor (as a child), a script clerk, an assistant director, working with directors such as King Vidor, Edmund Goulding and Allan Dwan and, ultimately, a director.


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Early years

Humberstone was born in Buffalo, New York, and attended Miami Military Academy in Miami, Florida.


One of twenty-eight founders of the Directors Guild of America, Humberstone worked on several silent movie films for 20th Century Fox. Humberstone did not specialize; he worked on comedies, dramas, and melodramas. Humberstone is best known today for the seminal Film noir I Wake Up Screaming (1941) and his work on some of the Charlie Chan films. In the 1950s, Humberstone worked mostly on TV. He retired in 1966.


Humberstone has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.


Humberstone died of pneumonia in Woodland Hills, California, on October 11, 1984, aged 82, and was buried at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, California.


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