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Irving Asher (1903–1985)

Irving Asher was born on September 16, 1903 in San Francisco, California, USA. He was a producer and production manager, known for How to Marry a Millionaire (1957), The Four Feathers (1939) and Blossoms in the Dust (1941). He was married to Laura La Plante. He died on March 17, 1985 in Indio, California. See full bio »

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(age 81) in Indio, California, USA

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Filmography

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 1956 Broken Arrow (TV Series) (executive producer)
 1954 Elephant Walk (producer)
 1953 The Stars Are Singing (producer)
 1952 The Turning Point (producer)
 1951 Here Comes the Groom (associate producer)
 1951 The Redhead and the Cowboy (producer)
 1943 The Adventures of Tartu (producer - uncredited)
 1942 Tennessee Johnson (producer - uncredited)
 1942 The War Against Mrs. Hadley (producer)
 1942 Mr. and Mrs. North (producer)
 1942 Nazi Agent (producer)
 1941 Blossoms in the Dust (producer)
 1941 Billy the Kid (producer)
 1940 Ten Days in Paris (producer)
 1939 The Four Feathers (associate producer)
 1939 Clouds Over Europe (producer)
 1939 The Spy in Black (producer)
 1938 Prison Without Bars (associate producer)
 1938 Thank Evans (executive producer)
 1938 Double or Quits (producer)
 1938 It's in the Blood (producer)
 1938 Simply Terrific (producer)
 1938 The Viper (executive producer)
 1938 Thistledown (producer)
 1938 Quiet Please (executive producer)
 1938 The Dark Stairway (producer)
 1938 The Singing Cop (executive producer)
 1937 Who Killed John Savage? (executive producer)
 1937 Take It from Me (executive producer)
 1937 Change for a Sovereign (producer)
 1937 You Live and Learn (executive producer)
 1937 The Man Who Made Diamonds (executive producer)
 1937 Ship's Concert (Short) (producer)
 1937 The Perfect Crime (producer)
 1937 Mayfair Melody (executive producer)
 1937 Don't Get Me Wrong (producer)
 1937 It's Not Cricket (executive producer)
 1937 Patricia Gets Her Man (producer)
 1937 Side Street Angel (executive producer)
 1937 The Compulsory Wife (executive producer)
 1937 The Windmill (executive producer)
 1937 The Vulture (executive producer)
 1937 Gypsy (producer)
 1936 Irish for Luck (producer)
 1936 Head Office (producer)
 1936 Hail and Farewell (executive producer)
 1936 Educated Evans (producer)
 1936 It's in the Bag (producer)
 1936 Crown v. Stevens (executive producer - uncredited)
 1936 The Brown Wallet (executive producer)
 1936 Fair Exchange (producer)
 1936 Where's Sally? (executive producer)
 1936 Gaol Break (producer)
 1936 Viennese Love Song (producer)
 1936 Old Timers (Short) (producer)
 1935 Mr. Cohen Takes a Walk (executive producer)
 1935 The Black Mask (executive producer)
 1935 Someday (producer)
 1935 Get Off My Foot (executive producer)
 1935 Crime Unlimited (producer - uncredited)
 1935 Man of the Moment (executive producer)
 1935 Hello, Sweetheart (producer)
 1935 The Girl in the Crowd (executive producer)
 1935 Full Circle (producer)
 1935 Mr. What's-His-Name? (executive producer)
 1935 So You Won't Talk (producer)
 1935 Murder at Monte Carlo (producer)
 1935 Widow's Might (producer)
 1934 Something Always Happens (producer - uncredited)
 1934 What's in a Name? (producer)
 1934 Hyde Park (producer)
 1934 A Glimpse of Paradise (producer)
 1934 Big Business (producer)
 1934 Father and Son (producer)
 1934 Leave It to Blanche (producer)
 1934 The Blue Squadron (producer)
 1934 Too Many Millions (producer)
 1934 The Office Wife (Short) (producer)
 1934 What Happened to Harkness? (producer)
 1934 The Life of the Party (producer)
 1934 No Escape (producer)
 1934 The Church Mouse (producer - uncredited)
 1934 Nine Forty-Five (producer)
 1934 Guest of Honour (producer)
 1934 The Girl in Possession (producer)
 1934 Murder at the Inn (producer)
 1934 The Silver Spoon (producer)
 1934 Trouble in Store (Short) (producer)
 1933 As Good As New (producer)
 1933 Beware of Women (Short) (producer)
 1933 Call Me Mame (producer)
 1933 High Finance (producer)
 1933 Little Fella (producer)
 1933 Little Miss Nobody (producer)
 1933 Mr. Quincey of Monte Carlo (producer)
 1933 Naughty Cinderella (producer)
 1933 Out of the Past (producer)
 1933 The Stolen Necklace (producer)
 1933 The Thirteenth Candle (producer)
 1933 Too Many Wives (producer)
 1933 The Acting Business (producer)
 1933 I Adore You (producer)
 1933 The Bermondsey Kid (producer)
 1933 Enemy of the Police (producer)
 1933 Smithy (producer)
 1933 Mayfair Girl (producer)
 1933 Head of the Family (producer)
 1933 Strictly in Confidence (Short) (producer)
 1933 Long Live the King (Short) (producer)
 1933 Double Wedding (producer)
 1933 Going Straight (producer)
 1933 The Melody-Maker (producer)
 1933 Her Imaginary Lover (producer)
 1932 Don't Be a Dummy (producer)
 1932 The River House Ghost (producer)
 1932 Blind Spot (producer)
 1932 Her Night Out (producer)
 1932 Illegal (producer - uncredited)
 1932 Lucky Ladies (producer)
 1932 On the Air (Short) (producer)
 1932 The Silver Greyhound (producer)
 1932 A Letter of Warning (Short) (producer)
 1932 A Voice Said Goodnight (Short) (producer)
 1932 Help Yourself (producer)
 1932 Impromptu (Short) (producer)
 1932 Postal Orders (Short) (producer)
 1932 High Society (producer)
 1932 Love Me, Love My Dog (Short) (producer)
 1932 Murder on the Second Floor (producer)
 1931 L'aviateur (producer)
 1929 The Aviator (producer)
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Personal Details

Height:

6' (1.83 m)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[about the role of publicity in the silent-film era] I don't know of any publicity that was truthful in those days. I was the first press agent for Warner Brothers and I knew no more about it than you know how to fly a jumbo jet. But anything I wrote and sent to the papers, they'd print. They'd print anything that had to do with movie stars. Ninety percent of it was manufactured.

Trivia:

Head of Warner Bros. Pictures in England during the late 1930s. William Haines decorated the home he shared with his wife near London.

Star Sign:

Virgo

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