Carl Laemmle Jr.
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Carl Laemmle Jr.
*April 28, 1908 Chicago, Illinois
as Julius Laemmle
September 24, 1979 Los Angeles

Films

1936

Show Boat

1935

The Good Fairy
Remember Last Night?
Night Life of the Gods
Bride of Frankenstein
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Transient Lady

1934

Madame Spy
Cross Country Cruise
Gift of Gab
The Black Cat
Bombay Mail
Imitation of Life
The Man Who Reclaimed His Head
Little Man, What Now?
The Love Captive
The Crosby Case
One More River
Affairs of a Gentleman
Half a Sinner
Beloved

1933

The Secret of the Blue Room
Private Jones
Nagana
The Kiss Before the Mirror
The Cohens and Kellys in Trouble
Laughter in Hell
S.O.S. Iceberg
Destination Unknown
Ladies Must Love
By Candlelight
Only Yesterday
The Invisible Man
King for a Night

1932

The Old Dark House
The Mummy
Radio Patrol
Okay, America!
Night World
Back Street
Doomed Battalion
Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood
Air Mail
Murders in The Rue Morgue
Tom Brown of Culver
Afraid to Talk
The Impatient Maiden

1931

Resurrection
A House Divided
Seed
Iron Man
Frankenstein
Dracula
The Bad Sister
Homicide Squad
Waterloo Bridge
Up for Murder
Many a Slip
Heaven on Earth

1930

Free Love
East Is West
Outside the Law
All Quiet on the Western Front
The Cat Creeps
King of Jazz

1929

Broadway
Smilin' Guns
College Love
One Hysterical Night
Hell's Heroes

1927

The Relay
Running Wild


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Books with substantial mentioning of Carl Laemmle Jr.
Tom Pendergast, Sara Pendergast (eds.)
International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, 4. Writers and Production Artists
Detroit/New York/San Francisco/London/Boston/Woodbridge, CT, 2000
Books with an entry on Carl Laemmle Jr.
Paul Michael, editor in chief. James Robert Parish, associate editor
The American movies reference book, The sound era
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,, 1969

Martin J. Quigley (ed.)
The Motion Picture Almanac, Big Stars in Big Pictures
Chicago, Ill., 1929