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Paul Sloane (April 19, 1893 – November 15, 1963) was a screenwriter and film director who directed 26 films from 1925 to 1952, and wrote or co-wrote 35 films. His movies include ''Hearts in Dixie'' (1929) with Stepin Fetchit, ''The Woman Accused'' (1933) with Cary Grant, and ''The Texans'' (1938) with Joan Bennett, Randolph Scott and Walter Brennan.

Partial filmography

* ''The Cossack Whip'' (1916) * ''The Lady of the Photograph'' (1917) *''A Stage Romance'' (1922) *''The Town That Forgot God'' (1922) *''Who Are My Parents?'' (1922) *''If Winter Comes'' (1923) *''Homeward Bound'' (1923) *''Too Many Kisses'' (1925) *''Made for Love'' (1926) *''Eve's Leaves'' (1926) *''Corporal Kate'' (1926) *''The Blue Danube'' (1928) *''Hearts in Dixie'' (1929) *''The Cuckoos'' (1930) *''Half Shot at Sunrise'' (1930) *''War Correspondent'' (1932) *''The Woman Accused'' (1933) *''Lone Cowboy'' (1933) *''Straight Is the Way'' (1934) *''The Texans'' (1938) *''Geronimo'' (1939)

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* {{DEFAULTSORT:Sloane, Paul Category:1893 births Category:1963 deaths Category:American film directors