Earl Turner

[film editor] Earl Carver Turner (27 March 1884 – 6 November 1971) was a film editor of the Frank Buck serial Jungle Menace. ==Early years== Earl Turner was born in Nebraska, USA, the son of James R Turner, a telegraph operator, and Mary Elizabeth Stanfield. Earl grew up and worked on a farm in Indiana. ==Career== During World War I, Turn...
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Earl Turner

[baseball] In a two-season MLB career, Turner was a .240 hitter (18 hits in 75 at bats) with three home runs and five RBI. His three homers, all solo shots, were hit in 1950 off Ralph Branca (June 24), Bobby Hogue (July 16, in a game in which Turner went 3-for-4), and Johnny Sain (July 17, his next-to-last Major League game). Turner retired...
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