Tay Garnett
(07/13/1894 - 10/03/1977)

Born William Taylor Garnett, following his service as a naval aviator in WW I Tay Garnett entered films in 1920 as a screenwriter. After a stint as a gag writer for Mack Sennett and Hal Roach he joined Pathe, then the distributor for both competing comedy producers, and in 1928 began directing for that company. He directed 72 films from 1924 until 1975.

Available Films

The Spieler (1928)

The Flying Fool (1929)

Cause for Alarm! (1951)