Head soundman at Columbia Studios before becoming director.
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[on Robert L. Lippert
] . . . a rough, tough customer . . . if there were any such thing as reincarnation, that man would have been a pirate in an earlier incarnation.
He was considered by many who worked with him to be one of the easiest directors to get along with, because he had worked as a crew member (sound man) before becoming a director and was renowned for being patient with actors. Moe Howard
(of The Three Stooges
) said that when Bernds left Columbia Pictures in the early 1950s--the studio greatly cut back its Shorts department to save money--many ...