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Rowland V. Lee (1891–1975)

Coming from a show business family (his parents were stage actors), Rowland V. Lee began his career as a child actor in stock and on Broadway. He interrupted his stage career for a stint as a Wall Street stockbroker, but gave that up after two years and returned to the stage. Lee was hired by Thomas H. Ince as an actor in 1915, and after service ... See full bio »

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Known For

Son of Frankenstein
(1939)
Captain Kidd
Captain Kidd Director
(1945)
The Son of Monte Cristo
(1940)

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Stage Play: Seven Chances. Written by Roi Cooper Megrue. George M. Cohan's Theatre (moved to the Belasco Theatre on 23 Oct 1916 to close): 8 Aug 1916- Dec 1916 (closing date unknown/151 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott, Charles Brokate, Emily Callaway, Alice Carroll, Frank Craven, Florence Deshon, Hayward Ginn, Otto Kruger, Rowland V. Lee... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Roland V. Lee | Roland Lee | Rowland Lee
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He had his own 214-acre movie ranch, located in the San Fernando Valley in California. He purchased the property in 1935 and called it Farm Lake Ranch, but the film industry always knew it as the Rowland V. Lee Ranch, with its pale brown hills of barley chaff and olive and eucalyptus trees and two scenic lakes, but for some reason it wasn't used much for westerns. For I've Always Loved You (1946)... See more »

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