Al Raboch

Active - 1922 - 1935  |   Born - Nov 20, 1888   |   Died - Jan 21, 1961   |   Genres - Western, Action, Romance, Adventure, Drama

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A former screen actor (The Girl Philippa [1916]), New York-born Alfred Raboch later became an assistant to director Fred Niblo on the gigantic filming of Ben-Hur (1925). In his own right, Raboch directed mostly low-budget programmers, notably Green Grass Widows (1928), which starred golf pro Walter Hagen, and in the sound era, two Westerns produced by and starring Buck Jones: Rocky Rhodes (1934) and The Crimson Trail (1935). Raboch later worked as an assistant director at MGM.