Lee S. Marcus

Producer · Executive Producer
IVA Star Rating : 30
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lee Marcus, also known as Lee S. Marcus (December 7, 1893 – January 30, 1969), was an American film producer of the 1930s and 1940s. During his fifteen-year career he produced over 85 films, most of them between 1934 and 1941 while he was at RKO Studios. Prior to his production career, Marcus worked for FBO and... read more

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lee Marcus, also known as Lee S. Marcus (December 7, 1893 – January 30, 1969), was an American film producer of the 1930s and 1940s. During his fifteen-year career he produced over 85 films, most of them between 1934 and 1941 while he was at RKO Studios. Prior to his production career, Marcus worked for FBO and then RKO as a sales executive, reaching the level of vice president in both organizations. At RKO, he was head of production of the studio's b-films during the late 1930s and the beginning of the 1940s. He was also responsible for producing what many consider to be the first film noir, 1940's Stranger on the Third Floor. Marcus was born on December 7, 1893 in Buffalo, New York. His father was Albert L. Marcus. During World War I Marcus served with the American Expeditionary Force (AEF), and in 1918 was stationed in Vitry, France.

Born

Thursday, 07 December 1893

Died

Thursday, 30 January 1969

Producer Filmography

Lost Honeymoon 1947
Roger Touhy, Gangster 1944
The Dancing Masters 1943
They Came to Blow Up America 1943
Crash Dive 1943
The Spoilers 1942
Father Takes a Wife 1941
Play Girl 1941
Along the Rio Grande 1941
The Saint in Palm Springs 1941
Let's Make Music 1941
The Fargo Kid 1940
Mexican Spitfire Out West 1940
Wagon Train 1940
Triple Justice 1940
I'm Still Alive 1940
Men Against the Sky 1940
Wildcat Bus 1940
Stranger on the Third Floor 1940
One Crowded Night 1940
Stage to Chino 1940
Cross-Country Romance 1940
Millionaires in Prison 1940
Anne of Windy Poplars 1940
Pop Always Pays 1940
Prairie Law 1940
The Saint Takes Over 1940
A Bill of Divorcement 1940
You Can't Fool Your Wife 1940
Curtain Call 1940
Millionaire Playboy 1940
The Marines Fly High 1940
Mexican Spitfire 1940
Two Thoroughbreds 1939
Full Confession 1939
Conspiracy 1939
Career 1939
The Saint Strikes Back 1939
Annabel Takes a Tour 1938
The Affairs of Annabel 1938
Painted Desert 1938
High Flyers 1937
On Again-Off Again 1937
We're On The Jury 1937
One Live Ghost 1936
Mummy's Boys 1936
Who's Looney Now 1936
Grand Jury 1936
Dummy Ache 1936
Sleepy Time 1936
Melody in May 1936
Silly Billies 1936
Love on a Bet 1936
Will Power 1936
Upper Cutlets 1936
Gasoloons 1936
Foolish Hearts 1935
The Rainmakers 1935
A Quiet Fourth 1935
Edgar Hamlet 1935
A Night at the Biltmore Bowl 1935
Alibi Bye Bye 1935
The Nitwits 1935
Sock Me to Sleep 1935
Hit and Rum 1935
Brick-a-Brac 1935
Lightning Strikes Twice 1934
Poisoned Ivory 1934
Kentucky Kernels 1934
Everything's Ducky 1934
Ocean Swells 1934
A Blasted Event 1934
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