Arthur Lubin Movies List

Arthur Lubin
Arthur Lubin
25-07-1898
Los Angeles, California, USA
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Director Arthur Lubin Filmography

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The Incredible Mr. Limpet
Director: Arthur Lubin
Release date: 28-03-1964
Escapade In Japan
Escapade In Japan ( English )
Artist: Teresa Wright , Cameron Mitchell , Jon Provost , Roger Nakagawa , Philip Ober
Director: Arthur Lubin , Gordon McLean
Music Director: Max Steiner , Murray Cutter
Release date: 23-12-1957
The First Traveling Saleslady
Director: Arthur Lubin
Release date: 01-08-1956
Lady Godiva of Coventry
Director: Arthur Lubin
Music Director: Hans J. Salter , Frank Skinner
Release date: 02-11-1955
Footsteps in the Fog
Footsteps in the Fog ( English )
Director: Arthur Lubin
Music Director: Benjamin Frankel
Release date: 14-09-1955
Francis in the Navy
Francis in the Navy ( English )
Director: Arthur Lubin
Music Director: Irving Gertz , William Lava
Release date: 24-08-1955
Francis Joins the WACS
Director: Arthur Lubin
Release date: 30-07-1954
Francis Covers the Big Town
Director: Arthur Lubin
Release date: 14-08-1953
South Sea Woman
South Sea Woman ( English )
Director: Arthur Lubin
Release date: 27-06-1953
Francis Goes to the Races
Director: Arthur Lubin
Release date: 01-05-1951
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Arthur Lubin Biography

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Arthur Lubin (July 25, 1898 – May 12, 1995) was an American film director and producer who directed several Abbott & Costello films and created the TV series Mr. Ed. Arthur Lubin was born Arthur William Lubovsky in Los Angeles, California in 1898. Lubin created his own film and music studio, Lubin Studios, in the 1920s, where he acted in silent films in the later half of the decade. Lubin directed the Abbott and Costello movies Buck Privates (1941), In the Navy (1941), Hold That Ghost (1941), Keep 'Em Flying (1942) and Ride 'Em Cowboy (1942). His most successful film at the box office was probably Phantom of the Opera (1943). Another may be Rhubarb (1951) about a cat that inherits a baseball team by proxy. Lubin also directed the "Francis the Talking Mule" series and brought the idea to TV as the series Mr. Ed. He was the first producer to give a contract to Clint Eastwood. Lubin also directed episodic TV shows like Bronco (1958), Maverick (1959), Bonanza (1960), Mister Ed (1961) and The Addams Family (1965). Lubin's last work was the TV series called Little Lulu (1978). Lubin's career ended in the late 1970s, and he lived the rest of his life with his life partner Frank Burford[citation needed] and died in Glendale, California of an unspecified cause on May 12, 1995 at age 96. Description above from the Wikipedia article Arthur Lubin, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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