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Arthur Lubin (1898 - 1995) was an American director, actor, and producer.

Biography[]

He was born in Los Angeles, California, in the United States. Five years after being born, he and his family moved to Arizona in the United States. When he was eight years old, he and his family moved to San Diego, California.

He died in Glendale, California, and his cremated remains were scattered at sea.

Directing Credits[]

Movie(s)[]

  • "A Successful Failure" (1934) - Director
  • "Great God Gold" (1935) - Director
  • "Honeymoon Limited" (1935) - Director
  • "Two Sinners" (1935) - Director
  • "Frisco Waterfront" (1935) - Director
  • "The House of a Thousand Candles" (1936) - Director
  • "Yellowstone" (1936) - Director
  • "Mysterious Crossing" (1936) - Director
  • "California Straight Ahead!" (1937) - Director
  • "I Cover the War!" (1937) - Director
  • "Idol of the Crowds" (1937) - Director
  • "Adventure's End" (1937) - Director
  • "Midnight Intruder" (1938) - Director
  • "The Beloved Brat" (1938) - Director
  • "Prison Break" (1938) - Director
  • "Secrets of a Nurse" (1938) - Director
  • "Newsboys' Home" (1938) - Director (uncredited)
  • "Risky Business" (1939) - Director
  • "Big Town Czar" (1939) - Director
  • "Mickey the Kid" (1939) - Director
  • "Call a Messenger" (1939) - Director
  • "The Big Guy" (1939) - Director
  • "Black Friday" (1939) - Director
  • "Gangs of Chicago" (1940) - Director
  • "I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now" (1940) - Director
  • "Meet the Wildcat" (1940) - Director
  • "Who Killed Aunt Maggie?" (1940) - Director
  • "San Francisco Docks" (1940) - Director
  • "Where Did You Get That Girl?" (1941) - Director
  • "Buck Privates" (1941) - Director
  • "In the Navy" (1941) - Director
  • "Hold That Ghost" (1941) - Director
  • "Keep 'Em Flying" (1941) - Director
  • "Ride 'Em Cowboy" (1942) - Director
  • "Eagle Squadron" (1942) - Director
  • "White Savage" (1943) - Director
  • "Phantom of the Opera" (1943) - Director
  • "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves" (1943) - Director
  • "Delightfully Dangerous" (1945) - Director
  • "The Spider Woman Strikes Back" (1946) - Director
  • "Night in Paradise" (1946) - Director
  • "New Orleans" (1947) - Director
  • "Impact" (1949) - Director
  • "Francis" (1950) - Director
  • "Francis Goes to the Races" (1951) - Director
  • "Queen for a Day" (1951) - Director
  • "Rhubarb" (1951) - Director
  • "Francis Goes to West Point" (1952) - Director
  • "It Grows on Trees" (1952) - Director
  • "South Sea Woman" (1953) - Director
  • "Francis Covers the Big Town" (1953) - Director
  • "Star of India" (1954) - Director
  • "Francis Joins the WACS" (1954) - Director
  • "Footsteps in the Fog" (1955) - Director
  • "Francis in the Navy" (1955) - Director
  • "Lady Godiva of Coventry" (1955) - Director
  • "The First Traveling Saleslady" (1956) - Director
  • "Escapade in Japan" (1957) - Director
  • "The Thief of Baghdad" (1961) - Director (french)
  • "The Incredible Mr. Limpet" (1964) - Director
  • "Hold On!" (1966) - Director
  • "Rain for a Dusty Summer" (1971) - Director

Short(s)[]

  • "Keeping Fit" (1942) - Director
  • "To the People of the United States" (1943) - Director
  • "Gobs in a Mess" (1953) - Director

TV Series[]

  • "The Ed Wynn Show" (1958) - Director (4 episodes)
  • "The Loretta Young Show" (1958) - Director (1 episode)
  • "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1959) - Director (1 episode)
  • "Bronco" (1959) - Director (1 episode)
  • "77 Sunset Strip" (1959) - Director (3 episodes)
  • "The Deputy" (1959 - 1960) - Director (3 episodes)
  • "Cheyenne" (1960) - Director (1 episode)
  • "Maverick" (1959 - 1960) - Director (11 episodes)
  • "Lawman" (1960) - Director (uncredited; 1 episode)
  • "New Comedy Showcase" (1960) - Director (1 episode)
  • "Bonanza" (1960) - Director (3 episodes)
  • "The Jim Backus Show" (1961) - Director (1 episode)
  • "The Addams Family" (1965) - Director (1 episode)
  • "The Double Life of Henry Phyfe" (1966) - Director (3 episodes)
  • "The Phyllis Diller Show" (1967) - Director (4 episodes)
  • "Mr. Terrific" (1967) - Director (3 episodes)
  • "ABC Weekend Specials" (1978 - 1981) - Director (3 episodes)
  • "Mister Ed" (1961 - 1966) - Director (131 episodes)

Ookiness[]

He directed the 16th episode of the 1964 TV series.

Trivia[]

  • He was nominated for one award.
  • He won one award.

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