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Robert L. Lippert (1909–1976)

Robert L. Lippert, the son of a hardware store owner in Alameda, Califorinia, was born there shortly after the turn of this century. Having little interest in his father's business, young Lippert became enthralled with the new fascination of moving pictures. He began working odd jobs in the local movie house, soon working his way into the ... See full bio »

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 1969 The Last Shot You Hear (executive producer)
 1965 The Murder Game (producer)
 1965 The Return of Mr. Moto (producer)
 1965 Curse of the Fly (producer)
 1964 The Earth Dies Screaming (producer)
 1964 Night Train to Paris (producer)
 1964 The Horror of It All (executive producer)
 1964 The Last Man on Earth (producer)
 1964 Witchcraft (producer)
 1963 The Yellow Canary (executive producer)
 1962 The Cabinet of Caligari (executive producer - uncredited)
 1960 Desire in the Dust (executive producer)
 1958 The Fly (producer - uncredited)
 1955 The Quatermass Xperiment (producer - uncredited)
 1955 The Silver Star (executive producer)
 1954 The Black Pirates (producer)
 1954 Thunder Pass (executive producer)
 1954 The Cowboy (Documentary) (executive producer)
 1954 Fangs of the Wild (producer)
 1953 Bandit Island (Short) (producer)
 1952 Hellgate (executive producer - uncredited)
 1952 The Jungle (executive producer)
 1951 Unknown World (executive producer - uncredited)
 1951 Valley of the Eagles (executive producer: on UK print - uncredited)
 1951 Lost Continent (executive producer)
 1951 Three Desperate Men (executive producer - uncredited)
 1951 The Steel Helmet (executive producer - as Robert Lippert)
 1950 The Bandit Queen (executive producer)
 1950 Motor Patrol (executive producer)
 1950 Marshal of Heldorado (executive producer - uncredited)
 1950 Everybody's Dancin' (executive producer)
 1950 Hostile Country (executive producer - uncredited)
 1950 Western Pacific Agent (uncredited)
 1950 The Baron of Arizona (executive producer - uncredited)
 1950 Radar Secret Service (executive producer)
 1950 Hollywood Varieties (executive producer)
 1949 Tough Assignment (executive producer)
 1949 Square Dance Jubilee (executive producer)
 1949 Apache Chief (executive producer)
 1949 Deputy Marshal (executive producer)
 1949 Treasure of Monte Cristo (executive producer)
 1949 Sky Liner (executive producer)
 1949 Ringside (executive producer)
 1949 Grand Canyon (executive producer)
 1949 Rimfire (executive producer)
 1949 I Shot Jesse James (executive producer)
 1948 Last of the Wild Horses (executive producer)
 1948 Thunder in the Pines (executive producer)
 1946 Rolling Home (executive producer)
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Alternate Names:

Robert L. Lippert Sr. | Robert Lippert
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Personal Quote:

I don't worry about what the critics say--I make pictures people want to see.

Trivia:

In 1951, "Time" magazine dubbed Lippert "The Quickie King", in reference to the speed with which which he turned out movies. See more »

Nickname:

The Quickie King

Star Sign:

Aries

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