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Arthur Lewis (I) (1916–2006)


He and his father produced the 1952 Broadway musical "Three Wishes for Jamie" and a year later he (alone) produced the London version of "Guys and Dolls" while building a professional relationship with the show's writers Cy Feuer and Ernest H. Martin. Together he associate produced with them "Can-Can," "The Boy Friend," and "Silk Stockings." See more trivia »

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The Killer Elite
The Killer Elite Producer
The Diary of Anne Frank
Brass Target
Brass Target Producer
Brenner Producer


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 1981 Splendor in the Grass (TV Movie) (producer)
 1980 The Diary of Anne Frank (TV Movie) (producer)
 1978 Brass Target (producer)
 1975 The Killer Elite (producer)
 1973 Baxter! (producer)
 1970 Loot (producer)
 1959-1964 Brenner (TV Series) (producer - 18 episodes)
- Charlie Paradise: The Tragic Flute (1964) ... (producer)
- The Plain Truth (1964) ... (producer)
- Unwritten Law (1964) ... (producer)
- Crisis (1964) ... (producer)
- Point of Law (1964) ... (producer)
 1963 The Doctors and the Nurses (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- Night Sounds (1963) ... (producer)
 1961 The Asphalt Jungle (TV Series) (producer - 11 episodes)
- The Scott Machine (1961) ... (producer)
- The Dark Night (1961) ... (producer)
- The Kidnapping (1961) ... (producer)
- The Fighter (1961) ... (producer)
- The Professor (1961) ... (producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (3 credits)
 1953 Conquest of Cochise (screenplay)
 1951 Golden Girl (story)
 1949 Oh, You Beautiful Doll (writer)

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Other Works:

In 1957, he produced the pilot for a NBC sitcom, called "You Know Me, Al" based on the Ring Lardner stories about a strong-armed but weak-brained baseball pitcher, played by Dick York. The series wasn't optioned by the network, however.

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