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Earl Luick (1904–2003)

Earl Luick was born on March 13, 1904 in Belding, Michigan, USA. He is known for his work on The Ox-Bow Incident (1943), The Black Swan (1942) and Smart Money (1931). He died on September 29, 2003 in Riverhead, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Hide Hide Show Show Costume designer (100 credits)
 1943 The Ox-Bow Incident (costumes)
 1943 Crash Dive
 1942 China Girl
 1942 Girl Trouble
 1933 The House on 56th Street (gowns)
 1933 The World Changes (gowns)
 1933 Ever in My Heart (gowns)
 1933 I Loved a Woman (gowns)
 1933 Broadway Bad
 1933 Hot Pepper
 1933 Cavalcade (uncredited)
 1932 Wild Girl
 1932 Down to Earth
 1932 The Mouthpiece (gowns)
 1932 So Big! (gowns)
 1932 Man Wanted (gowns)
 1932 Beauty and the Boss (gowns)
 1932 It's Tough to Be Famous (gowns)
 1932 The Heart of New York (gowns)
 1932 Play-Girl (gowns)
 1932 The Man Who Played God (gowns)
 1932 The Hatchet Man (gowns)
 1932 High Pressure (gowns)
 1932 Union Depot (gowns)
 1931 Under 18
 1931 Safe in Hell (uncredited)
 1931 Local Boy Makes Good (gowns)
 1931 Her Majesty, Love (gowns)
 1931 Blonde Crazy (costumes by)
 1931 The Mad Genius (gowns)
 1931 The Ruling Voice (gowns)
 1931 Expensive Women (gowns)
 1931 The Road to Singapore (gowns)
 1931 Penrod and Sam (gowns)
 1931 Side Show (uncredited)
 1931 Alexander Hamilton (gowns)
 1931 I Like Your Nerve (gowns)
 1931 Five Star Final (gowns)
 1931 Bought!
 1931 The Last Flight (gowns)
 1931 Night Nurse (gowns)
 1931 Smart Money (as Karl Luick, gowns)
 1931 Little Caesar (uncredited)
 1930 Captain Thunder (costumes)
 1930 Man to Man
 1930 River's End (costumes)
 1930 The Life of the Party (costumes)
 1930 The Doorway to Hell (costumes by)
 1930 Sinners' Holiday (costumes by)
 1930 Maybe It's Love (costumes)
 1930 Scarlet Pages (uncredited)
 1930 Outward Bound (costumes)
 1930 Big Boy (costumes)
 1930 The Office Wife (costumes)
 1930 Oh, Sailor Behave! (uncredited)
 1930 Moby Dick (uncredited)
 1930 Old English (costumes)
 1930 Hold Everything (uncredited)
 1930 She Couldn't Say No (uncredited)
 1930 The Green Goddess (uncredited)
 1930 General Crack (uncredited)
 1929 The Show of Shows (uncredited)
 1929 Evidence (uncredited)
 1929 Disraeli (uncredited)
 1929 The Argyle Case (uncredited)
 1929 The Time, the Place and the Girl (uncredited)
 1929 Honky Tonk (uncredited)
 1929 On with the Show! (uncredited)
 1929 Queen of the Night Clubs (uncredited)
 1929 Stolen Kisses (uncredited)
 1929 Stark Mad (uncredited)
 1928 Conquest
 1928 My Man (uncredited)
 1928 On Trial
 1928 Noah's Ark (uncredited)
 1928 The Terror (uncredited)
 1927 The Satin Woman (uncredited)
 1927 The King of Kings (uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Karl Luick


5' 10½" (1.79 m)

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Personal Quote:

[on well-endowed actresses] Sometimes the only well-developed thing in the picture was the negative of the film. When I saw a test of Betty Grable in "Footlight Parade," I noticed she was stretching a bit at the seams. Betty had stuffed in two pairs of falsies. We made allowances from then on. GHeorge Jessell brought a young girl to the studio for a test, very well endowed. She told the fitter to... See more »


Along with Oscar Moore, Luick completed his biography, "Hollywood Kept Me in Stiches,," termed 'racy' in the November 1989 issue of "Films in Review," but to date it has not found a publisher. See more »

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