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Child actor from the late 1920s who appeared in a number of John Ford films before he was enlisted by the director as an assistant editor and sound editor on such classics as "Drums Along the Mowhawk" (1929) and "The Grapes of Wrath" (1940). Parrish went on to contribute his technical talents to a host of highly regarded films and made a promising directorial debut in 1951 with the gripping revenge melodrama, "Cry Danger." His subsequent ouput met with varying success. Son of actress Laura Parrish and brother of actress Helen Parrish.
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Film acting debut in John Ford's "Four Sons"
Debut as assistant editor, "Mary of Scotland"
First credit as sound editor, "Young Mr. Lincoln"
First credit as feature film editor "Body and Soul"
Film directorial debut, "Cry Danger"
One of the five directors of "Casino Royale"
Co-directed last film with Bertrand Tavernier, "Mississippi Blues"