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Edwin L. Marin

Born: 21-Feb-1899
Birthplace: Jersey City, NJ
Died: 2-May-1951
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Film Director

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Tall in the Saddle

Wife: Ann Morriss (m. 8-Dec-1940, until his death, three children)

    Fort Worth (12-Jul-1951)
    Raton Pass (7-Apr-1951)
    Sugarfoot (11-Feb-1951)
    The Cariboo Trail (1-Aug-1950)
    Colt .45 (27-May-1950)
    Fighting Man of the Plains (16-Nov-1949)
    Canadian Pacific (19-May-1949)
    The Younger Brothers (3-May-1949)
    Race Street (22-Aug-1948)
    Intrigue (6-Dec-1947)
    Christmas Eve (31-Oct-1947)
    Nocturne (9-Nov-1946)
    Lady Luck (30-Oct-1946)
    Mr. Ace (2-Aug-1946)
    Young Widow (4-Mar-1946)
    Abilene Town (11-Jan-1946)
    Johnny Angel (25-Oct-1945)
    Tall in the Saddle (29-Sep-1944)
    Show Business (10-May-1944)
    Invisible Agent (31-Jul-1942)
    Miss Annie Rooney (29-May-1942)
    A Gentleman After Dark (16-Apr-1942)
    Paris Calling (4-Dec-1941)
    Ringside Maisie (1-Aug-1941)
    Maisie Was a Lady (10-Jan-1941)
    Hullabaloo (25-Oct-1940)
    Gold Rush Maisie (26-Jul-1940)
    Florian (5-Jun-1940)
    Maisie (22-Jun-1939)
    Fast and Loose (17-Feb-1939)
    A Christmas Carol (16-Dec-1938)
    Listen, Darling (18-Oct-1938)
    Hold That Kiss (13-May-1938)
    Everybody Sing (4-Feb-1938)
    Married Before Breakfast (18-Jun-1937)
    Man of the People (29-Jan-1937)
    All-American Chump (16-Oct-1936)
    Sworn Enemy (11-Sep-1936)
    Speed (8-May-1936)
    Moonlight Murder (27-Mar-1936)
    The Garden Murder Case (2-Jan-1936)
    Pursuit (9-Aug-1935)
    The Casino Murder Case (15-Mar-1935)
    Paris Interlude (27-Jul-1934)
    Bombay Mail (6-Jan-1934)
    A Study in Scarlet (14-May-1933)
    The Death Kiss (5-Dec-1932)

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